Todd Merrill Publications

Todd Merrill has self-published catalogues for both his twentieth-century artists and his Studio Contemporary artists. In 2008, Rizzoli published Merrill’s book, Modern Americana: Studio Furniture from High Craft to High Glam, now a seminal work on late twentieth-century American studio furniture.

Please contact the gallery for more information on publications.

Modern Americana: Studio Furniture From High Craft to High Glam (2008 / 2018)

In the current world of twentieth-century design collecting, the trend has shifted away from accessible, mass-manufactured modernist furniture and toward designs that were custom-made or produced in very limited editions, with emphasis on American studio design of the 1940s to the 1990s. Copies of the book can be ordered through the gallery. 


James Mont: The King Cole Penthouse

The first book devoted to James Mont, the iconic American mid-century interior and furniture designer. He established his reputation in America for creating custom clandestine bars during Prohibition for Hollywood stars and East Coast mobsters. By the mid-1930s, he had a thriving design business based in New York City.

Todd Merrill

New York designer and gallerist Todd Merrill creates customizable furniture with both twentieth and twenty-first-century flair.

Marc Fish

Renowned UK-based artist and craftsman Marc Fish’s use of exceptional materials and attention to detail set him apart from the standard cabinetmaker.

Karl Springer LTD

A unique partnership between Todd Merrill Studio and Karl Springer Studio.

Molly Hatch

Molly Hatch’s historically-inspired contemporary repertoire of ceramic works of art.

Markus Hasse

Combining a mastery of traditional sculpting techniques with a contemporary approach to material-driven art and design, Markus Haase creates unique, sculptural furniture and lighting.

Erin Sullivan

Sullivan creates customizable sculptural furniture pieces using a complex process of three-dimensional assemblage and sculpting. Employing advanced casting techniques, Sullivan constructs exquisite, realistic bronze interpretations of her organic subject matter.

Sophie Coryndon

Imaginative and innovative, Coryndon has forged a successful career of combining traditional craftsmanship and specialist finishing techniques in a fine art realm.

John Procario

Procario pushes the limit of breakage to create a sense of strain in the otherwise fluid gestures of his wooden works. Conceptually, this allows beauty to be the product of stress.

Gary Magakis

When creating his bronze and steel sculptures and furniture, Magakis looks to ancient metal arts, modern architecture and sculpture, and the American Studio Craft Movement for inspiration. His distinct approach to design produces bold and dense geometric forms that exude a Modernist elegance and buoyancy.

Todd Merrill Studio
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New York NY 10013
Phone: 212 673 0531
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Todd Merrill Summer Studio
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Southampton, NY 11968
Phone: 631 259 3601