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About Wright Now

A platform for exploration and discovery, Wright Now features a thoughtful selection of high quality, stylish and wonderful works all available for immediate purchase.

About

Wright Now is a curated selection of first-rate design including everything from iconic forms to one-of-a-kind and unusual items that we simply love. Comprised of new consignments and overlooked items from previous auctions, Wright Now affords each piece a fresh opportunity to be embraced as-is or reinvented. Let our thoughtful presentation and straightforward descriptions make for a relaxed and enjoyable shopping experience. Dive in!

History

Founded in 2005, Wright Now was developed as an online marketplace for the sale of great designs. An alternative to the auction model, Wright Now showcases a wide range of vintage and modern works all available without the wait. Since opening ten years ago, we have sold more than 3000 items to an international audience comprised of interior designers, decorators, design enthusiasts and connoisseurs.

Location

Wright Now is centrally located in the West Loop of Chicago. Our 40,000 square foot building is home to our specialists, production staff and creative team as well as the 300+ items available at any given time in our online gallery. All works are available for viewing by appointment only.

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  • Encrusted Stone Pot by Gene Summersdesk from the D’Alba Residence, Glencoe by Jordan MozerDrum chair by Mac Stopawall-mounted Cityscape cabinet from the PE 400 series by Paul EvansSelf-Portrait: The Landscape by Jim DineSelf-Portrait Head (first state) by Jim DineUntitled by Jim DineUntitled by Jim DineA13 andirons by Gene Summersdining chairs, set of eight by Guglielmo UlrichF37 lounge chairs, pair by Gene SummersLandscape Screen by Jim DineV24, vase by Gene SummersWindow Light by Ron GiladUntitled by Dzine (Carlos Rolón)prototype Gun table lamp by Philippe StarckPrototype Delirious New York carpet by Sigrid WylachSelf-Portrait Head (second state) by Jim DineVolante occasional tables, set of eight by Pierre GuaricheB47 bowl by Gene Summers
  • Encrusted Stone Pot by Gene Summersdesk from the D’Alba Residence, Glencoe by Jordan MozerDrum chair by Mac Stopawall-mounted Cityscape cabinet from the PE 400 series by Paul EvansSelf-Portrait: The Landscape by Jim DineSelf-Portrait Head (first state) by Jim DineUntitled by Jim DineUntitled by Jim DineA13 andirons by Gene Summersdining chairs, set of eight by Guglielmo UlrichF37 lounge chairs, pair by Gene SummersLandscape Screen by Jim DineV24, vase by Gene SummersWindow Light by Ron GiladUntitled by Dzine (Carlos Rolón)prototype Gun table lamp by Philippe StarckPrototype Delirious New York carpet by Sigrid WylachSelf-Portrait Head (second state) by Jim DineVolante occasional tables, set of eight by Pierre GuaricheB47 bowl by Gene Summers
  • Encrusted Stone Pot by Gene Summersdesk from the D’Alba Residence, Glencoe by Jordan MozerDrum chair by Mac Stopawall-mounted Cityscape cabinet from the PE 400 series by Paul EvansSelf-Portrait: The Landscape by Jim DineSelf-Portrait Head (first state) by Jim DineUntitled by Jim DineUntitled by Jim DineA13 andirons by Gene Summersdining chairs, set of eight by Guglielmo UlrichF37 lounge chairs, pair by Gene SummersLandscape Screen by Jim DineV24, vase by Gene SummersWindow Light by Ron GiladUntitled by Dzine (Carlos Rolón)prototype Gun table lamp by Philippe StarckPrototype Delirious New York carpet by Sigrid WylachSelf-Portrait Head (second state) by Jim DineVolante occasional tables, set of eight by Pierre GuaricheB47 bowl by Gene Summers
  • stacking chairs, set of six by Jerome CarusoA17 andirons by Gene SummersNight Portrait by Jim DineUntitled by Jim DineCoffee Table No. 4 by Ron GiladF35 chair by Gene Summersmonumental platter by Aage and Kasper WürtzL3 floor lamp by Gene Summerslounge chairs, pair by René ProuUntitled by Jim Dinecandelabrum by Borek SipekEarly Favela chairs, pair by Fernando and Humberto CampanaF43A bench by Gene SummersF31a stool by Gene SummersRed Bathrobe by Jim DineUntitled by Jim DineDining Table by Ron GiladBolt Cutters (first state) by Jim DinePearl vases, set of two by Ernest GordonRaiden by Albert Paley and Jesse James
  • stacking chairs, set of six by Jerome CarusoA17 andirons by Gene SummersNight Portrait by Jim DineUntitled by Jim DineCoffee Table No. 4 by Ron GiladF35 chair by Gene Summersmonumental platter by Aage and Kasper WürtzL3 floor lamp by Gene Summerslounge chairs, pair by René ProuUntitled by Jim Dinecandelabrum by Borek SipekEarly Favela chairs, pair by Fernando and Humberto CampanaF43A bench by Gene SummersF31a stool by Gene SummersRed Bathrobe by Jim DineUntitled by Jim DineDining Table by Ron GiladBolt Cutters (first state) by Jim DinePearl vases, set of two by Ernest GordonRaiden by Albert Paley and Jesse James
  • stacking chairs, set of six by Jerome CarusoA17 andirons by Gene SummersNight Portrait by Jim DineUntitled by Jim DineCoffee Table No. 4 by Ron GiladF35 chair by Gene Summersmonumental platter by Aage and Kasper WürtzL3 floor lamp by Gene Summerslounge chairs, pair by René ProuUntitled by Jim Dinecandelabrum by Borek SipekEarly Favela chairs, pair by Fernando and Humberto CampanaF43A bench by Gene SummersF31a stool by Gene SummersRed Bathrobe by Jim DineUntitled by Jim DineDining Table by Ron GiladBolt Cutters (first state) by Jim DinePearl vases, set of two by Ernest GordonRaiden by Albert Paley and Jesse James
  • armchairs model 45, pair by Alvar AaltoBrush After Eating by Jim Dinedining table from Les Arcs, Savoie by Charlotte PerriandMCL-LIB Library Ceiling Lamp by Serge MouilleUntitled by After Fernand LégerFrench Monument (Rooster) by Gene SummersSelf-Portrait Head (third state) by Jim DineUntitled by Jim DineF63 side table by Gene SummersUntitled by Jim DineFiddlehead floor lamp from the D’Alba Residence, Glencoe by Jordan Mozeroccasional tables, pair by Edward WormleyUntitled by Jim DineGerman Silver vase from the Bharata series by Ettore SottsassRooster Sculpture by Gene SummersSuperoblong sofa by Jasper MorrisonEncrusted Stone Pot by Gene SummersSuperoblong sofa by Jasper MorrisonDrawing No. 1 by Ron GiladThese Are Ten Useful Objects Which No One Should Be Without When Traveling by Jim Dine
  • armchairs model 45, pair by Alvar AaltoBrush After Eating by Jim Dinedining table from Les Arcs, Savoie by Charlotte PerriandMCL-LIB Library Ceiling Lamp by Serge MouilleUntitled by After Fernand LégerFrench Monument (Rooster) by Gene SummersSelf-Portrait Head (third state) by Jim DineUntitled by Jim DineF63 side table by Gene SummersUntitled by Jim DineFiddlehead floor lamp from the D’Alba Residence, Glencoe by Jordan Mozeroccasional tables, pair by Edward WormleyUntitled by Jim DineGerman Silver vase from the Bharata series by Ettore SottsassRooster Sculpture by Gene SummersSuperoblong sofa by Jasper MorrisonEncrusted Stone Pot by Gene SummersSuperoblong sofa by Jasper MorrisonDrawing No. 1 by Ron GiladThese Are Ten Useful Objects Which No One Should Be Without When Traveling by Jim Dine
  • armchairs model 45, pair by Alvar AaltoBrush After Eating by Jim Dinedining table from Les Arcs, Savoie by Charlotte PerriandMCL-LIB Library Ceiling Lamp by Serge MouilleUntitled by After Fernand LégerFrench Monument (Rooster) by Gene SummersSelf-Portrait Head (third state) by Jim DineUntitled by Jim DineF63 side table by Gene SummersUntitled by Jim DineFiddlehead floor lamp from the D’Alba Residence, Glencoe by Jordan Mozeroccasional tables, pair by Edward WormleyUntitled by Jim DineGerman Silver vase from the Bharata series by Ettore SottsassRooster Sculpture by Gene SummersSuperoblong sofa by Jasper MorrisonEncrusted Stone Pot by Gene SummersSuperoblong sofa by Jasper MorrisonDrawing No. 1 by Ron GiladThese Are Ten Useful Objects Which No One Should Be Without When Traveling by Jim Dine

All works posted on Wright Now are located in storage at our Chicago gallery and are available for viewing by appointment. Got your eye on a thing or two? Call us at 312 563 0020 to arrange a time to see them in person.

All works posted on Wright Now have been thoughtfully selected for their quality construction, style or clean lines. Most works are vintage and therefore not perfect that is why we include the condition in the listing of each item. If you like something that we recommend restoration for, please inquire. We can assist in getting works recovered and fixed up.

Quick Facts

6500+items sold

10 yearsselling online

800+works posted each year

10,000+unique visitors per month

Wright celebrates fifteen years as the premier auction house focused on the sale of modern design and post war and contemporary art.

History

Founded in 2000 by Richard Wright, Wright has handled more than 40,000 works across the spectrum of 20th and 21st art and design. With expertise and creative innovation, Wright has transformed the global market for modern design. We have pioneered whole fields of collecting, championed architecture at auction and featured fine art with dependable results cultivating an illustrious place within the auction industry.

Location

Wright is located in both Chicago and New York. Since 2000, Wright has hosted numerous auctions, previews and exhibitions of art and design in our 40,000 square foot building located in the West Loop of Chicago. Our Chicago location is home to our consignment offices, production team and creative staff. Our New York office and gallery opened in the historic Parke-Bernet building in the fall of 2013. Offering a diverse program of exhibitions and events, our New York location is a resource for clients seeking to buy and sell works of art and design, both at auction and privately.

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