New York artist Reinaldo Sanguino hand-glazes these ceramic pieces to create unique artworks.
Photo: Courtesy of The Future Perfect

The Galerie Holiday Gift Guide for Art Enthusiasts

See our picks of holiday treasures featuring the work of Joan Miró, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Yayoi Kusama

This holiday season you don’t need to look far to find the perfect present for the art enthusiast. Galerie editors have curated an assortment of gifts from cookware to stylish accessories with unique and creative artist collaborations.

In 1987, Jean-Michel Basquiat walked the runway for Comme des Garçons. Now the avant-garde fashion label has teamed up with Basquiat’s estate to create a series of eight shirts and tees; $550–$680 and $150, respectively. farfetch.com Photo: Courtesy of Dover Street Market
New York artist Reinaldo Sanguino hand-glazes these ceramic pieces to create unique artworks. The brightly colored stools come in three shapes (cylinder, hourglass, and barrel) and can be used indoor or out; $4,000. thefutureperfect.com Photo: Courtesy of the Future Perfect

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Inspired by his series of oil on mirror paintings ‘The Night You Left,’ Nir Hod created these mirrored coasters ($98) lined with digitally printed white powder and backed with black velvet for those decadent in spirit if not in practice. prospectny.com Photo: Courtesy of the artist and Prospect
Join in Yayoi Kusama’s dots obsession with these eye-catching skateboards, available exclusively at MoMA Design Store. Based on the artist’s hand-painted patterns, the Canadian-maple decks can be displayed as art or add wheels to ollie; $200 each. store.moma.org Photo: Courtesy of MoMA Design Store
It’s been a busy 2018 for designer John Derian, who is known for his eclectic New York shop overflowing with decoupage treasures. He reinterpreted a vintage wallpaper from his personal collection for Pierre Frey and reimagined presidential china for the White House Historical Association. Now, he’s introducing a line of embroidered velvet slippers ($650) for Stubbs & Wootton that are perfect for the holiday host. stubbsandwootton.com Photo: Courtesy of Stubbs and Wootton
Following the success of collaborations with artists such as Je‘ff Koons and Vik Muniz, Bernardaud has launched a series of 100 porcelain pieces based on illustrations by Joan Miró, available in a limited edition of 100; $25,000 for the set. bernardaud.com Photo: Courtesy of Bernardaud
Misha Kahn’s limited edition Bellyflop Collection aluminum and colored glass tray would definitely make a splash on any table, $450, prospectny.com Photo: Courtesy of Prospect NY
Textile designer Hellen van Berkel translated Hilma af Klint’s artworks into this lovely lilac colored wool scarf with lightly frayed edges, $245, guggenheimstore.org Photo: Courtesy of the Guggenheim Museum
Ligne Blanche and the Whitney museum present a series of porcelain tableware and accessories in collaboration with the Andy Warhol Foundation highlighting some of Warhol’s best known works including his Flowers artworks, pieces sold separately, shop.whitney.org Photo: Courtesy of the Whitney Museum
Zenele Muholi’s latest tome Zanele Muholi: Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail the Dark Lioness contains over a hundred of Muholi’s arresting self portraits that reflect on black female identity, $75, aperture.org Photo: Courtesy of Aperture Foundation
Alexander Calder’s painting Starfish on Pink (1949) is transformed into the form of a silk twill scarf by luxury Italian textile house Gentili Mosconi in collaboration with the Calder Foundation, $300, permanentcollection.com Photo: Courtesy of Permanent Collection
Jason Wu collaborates with artist Hunt Slonem with a series of clothing featuring Slonem’s signature bunnies as seen here on this crewneck sweater, $395, jasonwustudio.com Photo: Courtesy of Jason Wu
Luke Edward Hall’s Large Oval Hand-Painted Platter for Liberty London finds influence in Greco-Roman sculpture and is a multi-functional art piece for the home, signed and dated on the reverse, £400.00, libertylondon.com Photo: Courtesy of Liberty London
Not all artworks can stand up to the heat of the kitchen, so La Cornue tapped Parisian street artist Kongo to transform six Château 150 cookers into one-of-a-kind works of art; $200,000. lacorneausa.com Photo: Courtesy of La Cornue
The Mondri Vase takes its name from the De Stijl art movement’s famous member Piet Mondrian, the vase can take on many different shapes with its three chamber design allowing for many different floral presentations, $100, store.moma.org Photo: Courtesy of MoMA Design Store
Thomas Heatherwick puts the fun back in seating with the Spun chair, a completely rotational form that will make you never want to sit completely still, $721, shop.cooperhewitt.org Photo: Courtesy of the Cooper Hewitt Shop
Designs from artist Donald Robertson’s app “Little D + Tiny E” adorn a silver-plated tray in this artistic collaboration with Lori Jayne Palm Beach that screams “chic.” The leather handles come in assorted colors. $240, engraving starts at $50. Lorijayne.com Photo: Courtesy of the artist and Lori Jayne Palm Beach
Stacey Bendet finds influence in the pop artworks of Keith Haring with her latest collection Keith Haring x Alice + Olivia, the Clyde Embellished A-Line Shift Dress features figures from Haring’s work Pop Shop (See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil), $550, bergdorfgoodman.com Photo: Courtesy of Bergdorf Goodman
Parmigiani Fleurier reinterpreted Marclello Lo Guidice’s paintings as 12 different watches. The faces, created with lasers that replicate the texture of his work, are finished by a miniaturist painter applying his signature colors; $36,000. parmigiani.com Photo: Courtesy of Parmiginai


Calvin Klein’s collaboration with Andy Warhol features iconic portraits by the famed pop artist including this graphic portrait of Dennis Hopper in a fully reversible saddle blanket and pillow, $350-$450, calvinklein.us Photo: Courtesy of Calvin Klein

A version of this article first appeared in print in our 2018 Winter Issue in the section called The Artful Life. Subscribe to the magazine.

Cover: New York artist Reinaldo Sanguino hand-glazes these ceramic pieces to create unique artworks.
Photo: Courtesy of The Future Perfect


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