See the Impressive Ceramics Collection (and Home) of Fort Street Studio’s Founders

Janis Provisor and Brad Davis are artists, first and foremost. For a while, in the 1970s and ’80s, that meant showing their paintings and sculptures at New York’s Holly Solomon Gallery, where they met. Then later, when they began collaborating with a factory in China, it meant translating their ideas into hand-knotted carpets for their next venture, Fort Street Studio. That process is beautifully documented in A Tale of Warp and Weft, their new Rizzoli book, which is officially out this week. But all the while, as evidenced by their eclectic Tribeca loft, they brought discerning eyes to yet a third artistic pursuit: ceramic collecting....READ MORE

Author: Hannah Martin
Photo By: Jonathan Leijonhufvud
Architectural Digest
April, 2021
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