Warren Wolf Kay’s Home Decor and Charles Tracy for Wolf Home exhibition is currently on view at Wolf Home at 936 Broadway at 22nd Street.
The special 50 year retrospective show, curated in a partnership of Kay and Debbie Dickinson, includes 65 plus art photographs,never-seen historic fashion images, and exclusive nudes gracefully captured in simply sheer chiffon by Charles Tracy’s lens.
Rooms throughout Wolf Home are adorned with luxurious decorator furnishing installations designed by Warren Wolf Kay displayed in NYC’s finest showroom in the home décor industry. Landmark photos include; Elsa Peretti’s Fire Island dune stroll, 70’s rock and roll exhibitionism as shown by Patti Hanson, the black and white photo of Calvin Klein’s first blue jeans billboard that was featured in Times Square, iconic images of Betty Davis, Josephine Baker, Marisa Berenson, Rita Moreno, and extraordinary nudes and beauty images of supermodels; Debbie Dickinson, Niki Taylor, Alva Chinn, Pat Cleveland, and Patti Hansen to name a few.
Warren Wolf Kay, originally from London, is poised to become the shining star of the retail home décor industry with his opulent retail showroom and latest window dressing. Warren creates some of the world’s most exquisite silks and textiles by exploring all possibilities of the multidimensional world of textiles.
Discovered by Margaret Russell, Elle Décor’s Editor-in-Chief at the time, now Editor-in-Chief of Architectural Digest, it was only a matter of time that his fabric gained visibility all over the United States through the hands of the best interior designers. Michele Obama’s interior designer Michael Discovered by Margaret Russell, Elle Décor’s Editor-in-Chief at the time, now Editor-in-Chief of Architectural Digest, it was only a matter of time that his fabric gained visibility all over the United States through the hands of the best interior designers. Michele Obama’s interior designer Michael Smith, Million DollarDecorator’s Kathryn M. Ireland and Martyn Lawrence Bullard, and Martha Stewart are some of the top names in the industry that shop with Warren.
Kay is a true visionary and artist in the world of textile and home decor. Kay sees more than fabric and beauty; he translates energy into textiles. By building beautiful designs grounded in energy, Kay successfully uses his passion and vision to fill a home with joy and beauty.
The exhibition also includes never-seen 1973 images of the first invite-only FrenchCouturier’s invitation of American designers, featuring Halston and StephenBurrows’ fashion show at the Palais du Versailles in France. Tracy’sexploration of recent nudes, along with a collection of the photographer’s archival work over the years as a Vogue and Harper Bazaar fashion photographer will also be on display. Part of the Art Show proceeds will go to Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Research Center in memoriam of Ruby Tracy,photographer’s muse, studio manager, and beloved sister.
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