Rye Arts Center Presents: Irving Harper: A Mid-Century Mind At Play

Rye Arts Center  Photo courtesy of: ryeartscenter.org
Rye Arts Center
Photo courtesy of: ryeartscenter.org

The private works of design genius Irving Harper can be seen  at The Rye Arts Center.

This exhibit can be seen at the Rye Arts Center from September 14- November 8, 2014.

Irving Harper is known professionally for his iconic contributions to the George Nelson Office, including the 1949 Ball Clock, Herman Miller logo and the 1956 Marshmallow sofa.

Harper’s personal creations have never been shared publicly until now.

Don’t miss this tour de force exhibition of whimsical paper sculpture.

The Gallery hours are: Tuesday-Friday from 9am to 5pm, and on Saturday from 9am to 3pm.

The Rye Arts Center is located at 51 Milton Road, Rye, NY 10580 (914) 967-0700

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