Delphine and Reed Krakoff Pick Their Favorite Works From artnet Galleries

Find out which artworks are currently capturing the attention of this creative power couple.

Reed and Delphine Krakoff. Courtesy of artnet Galleries.

Most of the time, two are better than one. That’s certainly been the case for Reed and Delphine Krakoff, who together have built an enviable collection of art and design comprised of works by Marc Newsom, Diego Giacometti, Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne, Jean Royère, and Damien Hirst, among other blue-chip art and antiques.

Both have backgrounds in fashion and art: Reed was formerly the CEO of venerable leather-goods house, Coach, and is currently the chief artistic officer at Tiffany & Co. Delphine, meanwhile, has been running her own full-service interior design firm, Pamplemousse Design, since 2000. The couple recently published a book, Houses We Dreamt Of, that showcases their multiple residences, each a spectacular expression of their originality and taste.

We sat down with Reed and Delphine to find out more about what inspires them and which artworks are currently capturing their attention.

 

The Krakoffs’ Favorite…

 

Work in their collection: Allan McCollum, Plaster Surrogates.

Party favor: Home-made chocolate madeleines.

Way to celebrate a success: Lunch at Le Bernardin lounge.

Store in New York: Dover Street Market.

Museum: Musée Picasso in Paris.

Items for a flight: iPad and a cashmere blanket.

Kitchen utensil: A well-seasoned French cast iron skillet that Delphine took with her when she moved to NY over 20 years ago.

Jobs you have ever hard: The ones we have now!

 

The Krakoffs’ Picks From artnet Galleries

 

Our aesthetic is really a combination of both of our styles, which together create something profoundly personal, and always evolving. We are deeply appreciative of the artistry and the virtuosity with which things are made, as well as the authenticity of the materials and techniques used. We love to juxtapose unexpected elements and create bold, fresh dialogues between pieces that wouldn’t be paired traditionally. –Reed and Delphine Krakoff

 

Bow Bow Bow (2013)
Yoshitomo Nara

"Yoshitomo

Yoshitomo Nara, Bow Bow Bow (2013). Courtesy of Pop Fine Art.

 

AND ONE SARDINE (2018)
John Baldessari

"John

John Baldessari, AND ONE SARDINE (2018). Courtesy of HK Art Advisory + Projects.

 

Black Bands in Two Directions (1990)
Sol LeWitt

Sol LeWitt, <i>Black Bands in Two Directions, 1990</i> (1990). © 2019 The LeWitt Estate / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, and Hiram Butler.

Sol LeWitt, Black Bands in Two Directions, 1990 (1990). © 2019 The LeWitt Estate / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, and Hiram Butler.

 

Portrait de femme aux mains croisées (ca. 1924)
André Derain

André Derain, Portrait de femme aux mains croisées (ca. 1924). Courtesy of Patrice Trigano.

André Derain, Portrait de femme aux mains croisées (ca. 1924). Courtesy of Patrice Trigano.

 

White Ground Red Disk (1969)
Adolph Gottlieb

Adolph Gottlieb, White Ground Red Disk (1969). Courtesy of Gregg Shienbaum.

 

Personnage aux Bajoues (1967)
Jean Dubuffet

"Jean

Jean Dubuffet, Personnage aux Bajoues (1967). Courtesy of Opera Gallery.

 

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