Christopher Wool rug in a client's home

BravinLee Editions produces limited edition rugs by some of the most compelling contemporary artists working today including Jonas Wood, Keltie Ferris and Christopher Wool. They are just a few of a growing number of artists interested in investigating the creative opportunities offered by this ancient medium. We work intimately with artists to translate their visual vocabulary and palette into rich textiles. Made of wool and silk, our rugs are hand-knotted by highly-skilled artisans in Nepal. BravinLee is a proud member of GoodWeave, the Nobel Peace Prize-winning organization that promotes the ethical production of textiles. When an artist’s work comes off the wall and onto the floor, it's experienced in an entirely new way. For inquiries: info@bravinlee.com Please visit our Instagram account @bravinleerugeditions.

Untitled, ART Miami, December 2017

We displayed our rug editions at Miami's Untitled Art Fair this past December (2017). Read a bit more about our process creating the carpet with Charline Von Heyl here.

We will soon have two rugs completed by Jonas Wood, a large area rug and a smaller prayer rug. We are also working on carpet editions with Ugo Gattoni, Deb Kass, Julio Le Parc and Nathalie Du Pasquier

Selecting colors, perusing possible images with Jonas Wood

see the results of the Goldsmith/Ashbery Collaboration here

BravinLee's Carolina Mandia and Walter Robinson

Photo above: BravinLee program's Carolina Mandia and artist, Walter Robinson

Carolina Mandía holds degrees in Fashion Design, Textile Surface Design and a Master's degree in Art Market from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. She has extensive experience designing textiles for the home as well as hand-knotted rugs. In addition to developing editions for BravinLee Editions, she works designing prints for Ralph Lauren accessories as well as the MoMA, and The Metropolitan Museum. Mandia is a member of ICI Independent Curators International, the American Alliance of Museums, and the Hajji Baba Rug Society of New York. In 2017 she joined the curatorial team at VAEFF, Video Art and Experimental Film Festival in Tribeca, NYC.

In Nepal after the devastating earthquake, chickens enter the factory to inspect the Christopher Wool rug