A Dwell Store pop-up shop has opened at the Contemporary Jewish Museum.
The pop-up, located in the CJM’s museum store, features items that coincide with the museum’s current exhibit “Designing Home: Jews and Midcentury Modernism.”
Dwell is a magazine and a brick-and-mortar store in Los Angeles that specializes in modern design and architecture through lighting, furniture and accessories.
The pop-up will feature iconic designs along with midcentury-inspired home furnishings such as Cherner chairs, prints by Mark McGinnis and Falcon enamelwear tumblers.
The Dwell Store pop-up is open during regular museum hours through Oct. 6, when “Designing Home” closes. The exhibit explores the roles of Jewish architects, designers and patrons during the post–World War II decades in the United States. No ticket is needed for the museum store.