An Art & Design store in the Catskills, upstate New York.
49 Main St. Livingston Manor NY 12758
Open Sat 11–6 & Sun 12–3 / Mon–Fri by Appointment
Art, Books, & Design Objects
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New York sculptor Patrick Kim’s exclusive collection of Catskills carved pieces.
This exclusive Corners collection is crafted from local Catskills wood; black walnut and cherry, as well as a special piece incorporating local blue stone. New York-based Pat Kim is an artist and designer specializing in objects, furniture, and sculpture. Influenced by traditional craft, his work showcases an ongoing exploration of materials and techniques.
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Framed Art
Art Books
Pressed Juice
The small but buzzy creative haven of Livingston Manor.
Corners is located 2 hours north of NYC, in the small but buzzy town of Livingston Manor. There’s a bunch of other things to see and do while you’re in town; click through for travel details and our guide to the area.
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An Art & Design Store in the Catskills
Featured Piece
‘Personnage au Soleil Rouge I’
Joan Miro
The origin of our vintage reproduction prints is particularly interesting. These are amazing pieces from iconic artists, printed using offset printing methods to accurately reproduce one-off lithographs or aquatints. Many of the prints are 50+ years old and were produced within a few years of the original, often while the artist was still alive and overseeing their production and dissemination. This means that each piece is an authorized reproduction from an art portfolio, that also carries details of the expert European printers behind the work too – some of whom are still in operation today.

While they don't have allocated limited edition numbers, their vintage origin adds a rareness to them, giving you a touch of genuine legacy without the hefty price tag.
This vintage offset print is an authorized reproduction of the 1950 original. At a finished size of 12 3/4" x 14 3/4", it’s the perfect size to hang almost anywhere, sneak it into a nook or give it some space to breathe.

This print was produced in 1972 by renowned printshop Mourlot; started by Fernand Mourlot in 1895, and is often credited for leading the resurgence of lithography as a medium for artists. Their printshop was situated on the rue Chabrol, one of the more popular neighborhoods in Eastern Paris. Mourlot became a regular collaborator with other well known artists such as Picasso and Matisse over the years.

Personnage au Soleil Rouge I is framed in solid white oak frame, with a UV filtering matte anti-glare glazing, and a brown paper dust cover on the rear, with wire attached and ready to hang.
Coming (Soon) Online
Our full curation is only available in-store, but a we make a small selection of exclusive pieces and collaborations available here that you won’t find anywhere else on the web. We're cooking up a range of new products right now, so follow us on instagram to stay updated.
Corners Baseball Cap
Coming Soon
Corners Tote Bag
Coming Soon
Corners x Amy Hwang
Holiday Cards
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Corners Athletic Socks
Coming Soon
Current Favs
The Karst A6 pocket journal in Turmeric; these notebooks contain no wood, only calcium carbonate and resin, for a super velvety writing finish.
A beautiful encapsulation of the Albers’ life and their practice, shining a light on their experimentation and innovation throughout.
A silky smooth multifunction pen from CDT that fluidly switches between black ink, red ink, and a mechanical pencil, all in one seamless chamber.