Tuleste Factory by Celeste and Satu Greenberg is the Coolest Creative Playground in New York

The space in the heart of Chelsea is a dynamic dialogue between objects, creators and visitors — and they are now showing at Miami Art Week

Satu and Celeste Greenberg
Satu and Celeste Greenberg

Written by Amulya Hiremath on 11.30.21

Art is one of the best ways to experience a city, especially one like New York, known for its big, bright cultural diversity. Home to some of the biggest galleries in the world, it also has in its folds unique, equally worthy independent art spaces giving voice to a new generation of artists.

Tuleste Factory
Tuleste Factory

Opening its doors in 2018 as a collective design, fine art gallery and artist workshop, Tuleste Factory was born out of two sister’s love for all things fun and creativity. Founded by Satu and Celeste Greenberg, a Northern Californian duo calling New York home for the past 21 years, Tuleste Factory provides a space for a rotating roster of designers and artists working in range of fields from furniture to photography, design objects to fine art.

Pietro Franceschini and Julia Montanez attending Andres Ciccone's 'Dynamic Intersections'
Pietro Franceschini and Julia Montanez attending Andres Ciccone's 'Dynamic Intersections'
Tansy Kaschak, Celeste Greenberg, Satu Greenberg and Ben Pundole
Tansy Kaschak, Celeste Greenberg, Satu Greenberg and Ben Pundole

Open, airy and white washed, the studio and gallery embodies what it is to be quintessentially New York. With its foundation in the sister’s previous endeavor, an accessories brand by the same name, Tuleste stemmed from the same shared appreciation for style and design — that runs parallel to Satu and Celeste’s own background and passion about artisanal craftsmanship and material manipulation.

Andres Ciccone
Andres Ciccone

Currently in residence at the Factory is Venezuelan artist Andres Ciccone, known for his ambitious objective to surpass the boundaries of movement, space, and color in art through profoundly conducted research in Kinetic/Op-art theories and practices. Ciccone continues to create never seen before, multidimensional experiences, where the viewer’s perception is challenged through the movement of geometrical forms that are composed through rhythm, color and equilibrium. His show at the factory, ‘Dynamic Intersections’, just opened and it was hugely attended by a local and international crowd: collectors from Brazil, Georgia, France and beyond scored his pieces. 

Sneak peek of Tuleste's booth at Design Miami
Sneak peek of Tuleste's booth at Design Miami
Sneak peek of Tuleste's booth at Design Miami
Sneak peek of Tuleste's booth at Design Miami

Tuleste Factory’s next big leap comes as they prepare to show at Design Miami during the upcoming and much anticipated Miami Art Week 2021 with a booth titled ‘Material Block’. Their booth, an artistic interaction of wood and light in a harmonious color palette, won’t miss out on the playful element, a quality that is a Satu and Celeste’s signature in all they do. The booth will also see a collaboration with designers Timbur, Facture, and Jt. Pfeiffer. Running from December 1-5 2021 on Miami Beach, the 17th edition of the fair is all set to explore the theme of Human Kind and how design can impact the world for the better.

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