Out with 2020 and in with 2021. We’re reflecting on all of the spaces that became home to Uprise Art over the past year. Below is a roundup of our top 15 interiors - from a bursting-with-color hideaway in Maine to the perfect kid’s room in Tribeca.
1 | Artwork: Caroline Walls, Design: Pieces by an Aesthetic Pursuit, Photo: Claire Esparros
2 | Artwork: Gail Tarantino, Design: Chango & Co., Photo: Sarah Elliott
3 | Artwork: Carla Weeks
4 | Artwork: Misato Suzuki, Design: Melanie Burstin, Photo: Tessa Neustadt
5 | Artwork: Hayley Sheldon
6 | Artwork: Brooke Holm, Design: Hamilton Gray Studio, Photo: Mark Andrew
7 | Artwork: RF Alvarez, Photo: Carol Han
8 | Artwork: Aschely Vaughan Cone, Design: The Brooklyn Home Company
9 | Artwork: Karina Bania, Design: a NABER DESIGN, Photo: Charlotte Lea
10 | Artwork: Millee Tibbs, Design: Chango & Co., Photo: Sarah Elliott
11 | Artwork: Carrie Crawford, Design: Maiden Home
12 | Artwork: Holly Addi, Design: Maiden Home
13 | Artwork: Clay Mahn, Design: Ravi Raj and D&A Companies, Photo: Nick Glimenakis
14 | Artwork: Scott Sueme & Karina Bania, Photo: Genevieve Garruppo
15 | Artwork: Jordan Sullivan, Design: Chango & Co, Photo: Sarah Elliott
At UpriseBehind the scenes of "Close to Home"
Go behind the scenes of "Close to Home", where Adrian Kay Wong sets an intimate and familiar stage with paintings of the home.
At UpriseBehind the scenes of "Three Room House"
Jackson Joyce takes us inside his Brooklyn studio and gives us a behind the scenes look of the making of "Three Room House".
At UpriseBehind the scenes of "The Slowdown"
In their two-person show, "The Slowdown", artists Carla Weeks and Katrine Hildebrandt-Hussey explore the transcendent and intangible qualities of human experience.