Category Archives: Slow and Steady Wins the Race

| NOW | OCC Market at Coming Soon

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OCC Market at Coming Soon
December 18-23, 2017

Opening 12/18/17 5:30-7:30

37 Orchard St.

A shoppable exhibition of obsessive collections curated by Sight Unseen and Tetra co-
founder Monica Khemsurov, OCC Market opens December 18 at the Lower East Side

design boutique Coming Soon. Ten object enthusiasts in design, food, and fashion were
asked to contribute “Obsessive Compulsive Collections” consisting of at least 8
variations on a single archetype, including Sabrina De Sousa of Dimes (peppermills),
Daphne Correll of Correll Correll (Mexican candles), and Mary Ping of Slow and Steady
Wins the Race (clip-on earrings). Some contributed two, resulting in 12 collections that
will be on view and available for purchase in Coming Soon’s subterranean project space,
the Plyroom.

We amassed a collection of various vintage clip on earrings sourced from eBay, Etsy, and thrift shops. We went in search of timeless, sculptural, architectural, and unusual
takes on the clip-on, whether it be a 1960s Space Age Lucite starburst shape, or
modernist silver-tone half-cylindrical bars. Our favorites are the 1950s pea-soup colored
earrings with a pivot point connecting 3 blade-shaped pieces of Bakelite that you can
wear closed or spread open. We haven’t seen anything quite like them, but we wish we
designed them ourselves.

| SAVE THE DATE | Hurricanes Harvey and Irma Benefit Sale

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PLEASE JOIN US

Wednesday, September 20th 9am to 9pm
38 Orchard St., corner of Hester St.

For a special one day sale to benefit communities who have been devastated Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

100% of the proceeds will go to these organizations:

Circle of Health
Americares
Houston & Corpus Christi Foodbanks
Texas Diaper Bank & Miami Diaper Bank
LGBT Disaster Relief Fund

A New York community of designers and retailers have donated clothing, accessories and objects in an effort to send love and badly-needed support to people in storm-affected areas.

A Detacher
Audrey Louise Reynolds
Cala Ossidiana
CFGNY
CHCM
Corell Corell
Creatures of Comfort
Daryl K
Ekhaus Latta
Ina (Vintage)
Inhabit
M. Patmos
97 Crosby
1.61
OTTO
Print All Over Me
Project No. 8
Saturdays NYC
Seek Collective
Sharktooth
Slow and Steady Wins the Race
Various Projects, Inc
White Zinfandel
Wintercheck Factory
Zero + Maria Cornejo

and the the list of participants continues to grow.

Special Live DJ sets by DJKG and Friends

Various Project Spaces
38 Orchard Street
NY NY 10002

Announcement design: With Projects

| HERO | Robert Rauschenberg

The early 1950s, when Rauschenberg (1925–2008) launched his career, was the heyday of the heroic gestural painting of Abstract Expressionism. Rauschenberg challenged this tradition with an egalitarian approach to materials, bringing the stuff of the everyday world into his art. Working alone and in collaboration with artists, dancers, musicians, and writers, he invented new, interdisciplinary modes of artistic practice that helped set the course for art of the present day. The ethos that permeates Rauschenberg’s work—openness, commitment to dialogue and collaboration, and global curiosity—makes him, now more than ever, a touchstone for our troubled times.

The exhibition is organized by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, and Tate Modern, London.

Organized by Leah Dickerman, The Marlene Hess Curator of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art, and Achim Borchardt-Hume, Director of Exhibitions at Tate Modern, with Emily Liebert and Jenny Harris, Curatorial Assistants, Department of Painting and Sculpture, The Museum of Modern Art. The exhibition design was created in collaboration with the artist Charles Atlas.