The June 2014 issue of Architectural Digest has an article on a subtly stunning home on the island of Nantucket designed by Simon Jacobson of the firm of Hugh Newell Jacobson. Prominently featured in the decor is a large, vibrant tapestry by Jan Yoors, circa 1975. The tapestry is magnificently installed in a place of prominence under a high gabled ceiling that, like the design throughout the house, is strikingly modern in a traditional vocabulary. Works on paper by Yoors fill the walls on either side. In 2000 I curated the first major exhibition in New York of Yoors' abstract tapestries following his death in 1977. The exhibition, at Icon20, included gouache studies and sculptures as well as tapestries from 1970-1977. You can read about the exhibition and see some installation views on my Exhibitions page. The Nantucket home in Architectural Digest is beautifully described by David Colman, photographed by Douglas Friedman and the article was produced by Carlos Mota.