Peregrine Honig.

“My desk is a quarter sawn oak drafting table from the 1920’s. My friend Ekene Okobi took this right after I got it. I was so happy. I fell in love with it at Architectural Salvage and went on Facebook asking people to be my table fairygodpeople. I was half kidding but people came out of the woodwork and made it mine. It fits my height like it was built to my measurements. I try and clear it off at the end of my day because it is so beautiful to arrive at uncluttered.”

Peregrine Honig is an artist and curator based in Kansas City, MO. She is the youngest artist in the permanent collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art. Her work is included in the Fogg, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Honig shows with Larissa Goldston in New York, Dwight Hackett in New Mexico, and the Dolphin in Kansas City. She has been printing with Landfall Press for over twelve years.

Kate loves the following: What appears to be a vintage red + white dress and the obvious, Peregrine’s social, sexual and whimsical work AND also the Mary Kate & Ashley series, especially that of the Mardi Gras cups circa 2007 and just the mere fact Peregrine hangs her boots in Kansas City, Missouri. Props, sister.

2 Comments For “Peregrine Honig.”

  1. Peregrine — I love the yellow walls, too. What color is that?

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