Maison Gerard has decided not to send yet another email regarding the virus and the measures we are taking to protect our staff and clients. It is a given.
The gallery is open by appointment only. We encourage you to contact us first via email or phone. We will be using this time to update the content of our website and to expand our Instagram presence with the hope that we can provide a little distraction in these difficult times.
From Rome to Dublin, from Avignon to Tel Aviv, from Beyrouth to Paris, and all points in between, our artists, designers and their teams are, more than ever, open, willing and able to enhance your home, your projects and your lifestyle.
Unless, that is, you would prefer one of our antiques, be it an 18th century pair of armchairs from the Givenchy or the Pierre Berge collections, or a one-of-a-kind 13' table by Andre Arbus from the Palais des Consuls. The choice is yours: our beautiful furniture & objects remain, as always, at your disposal.
As Jean Giono said, "Un roi sans divertissement est un homme plein de misère” (A king without diversion is a man full of misery). May our humble attempts succeed in taking your mind off of the news, and in enriching your respective kingdoms.
Very best regards,
Benoist F. Drut and all of us at Maison Gerard
An exhibit of new works by celebrated designer Carol Egan, alongside groundbreaking pieces she's created over the last decade.
Now at Maison Gerard's Greenwich Village location