You don’t have to be a connoisseur of furniture to be intrigued by the hanouts and couch sculptures at this art gallery in New York.
And while you’re there, you may also find something you like!
Read moreThe new exhibition, “Coffee House: New York and the American Coffee Revolution,” explores the art of coffeehouses in New Orleans, from the mid-19th century to the 1980s.
The exhibition features a series of coffeehouse-inspired works by artists from around the world, including a series by American artist Eric Schlosser, who designed a coffeehouse in New Zealand called Coffee House, which features a glass and metal roof.
You’ll find a collection of art that combines coffeehouses, furniture, and other elements in the show, which opens on Wednesday, June 6.
You may have noticed some of the pieces on display are from New York, but there are other pieces from around North America that are featured in the exhibition.
One of the more unique pieces is by German artist Andreas Bohn.
In the exhibition, Bohn creates an entire coffeehouse that is built entirely out of reclaimed wood, which he says is one of the most powerful materials to use in furniture.
In the exhibition you can see some of his pieces that have been inspired by coffeehouses around the country, including one in Portland, Oregon.
You can also see some furniture pieces from a coffee house in Vancouver, B.C., and some pieces from the Netherlands.
You can also enjoy a visit to the gallery during the month of June, as the show will be on display through the month.
The show is free and open to the public, and you can also browse the gallery’s Facebook page and the gallery website for more information.