I am pleased to tell you that the film Collecting Paul Evans will be screened for the first time in May and we have just uploaded the trailer (below). Since start shooting the film last spring, Paul Evans has been cemented as the most collectible of all American designers in an article which Jacob Bernstain published in the New York Times in January, where this film is mentioned. This is a part of a series on collecting design, which I create as a part of a program I teach at the New York School of Interior Design “Collecting Design: History, Collections, Highlights.” Collecting Paul Evans is supported by Rago Auctions, coming to tell the story of this radical metalsmith who created new and provocative type furniture that came to change the face of furniture design in mid-century America. I would like to take this opportunity and to thank David Rago from Rago Auctions for making this film possible and to our speakers: Tony Ingrao, Glenn Adamson, Dorsey Reading, Joe Yurcik, Keith Evans, and film maker Mihalis Gripiotis. I want to acknowledge The Row for the support and to thank its founders Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen who have recognized collectible design as mandatory component in crafting spaces that are unique, personal, and sophisticated.