Online GalleryDesigned by the multinational design agency HUGE, RH Contemporary Art’s online gallery will offer an inspired and experiential way to learn about and acquire artwork. The site will feature high-resolution imagery, navigation capabilities to search by medium or artist and extensive original content, including a series of artist documentaries produced by RH Contemporary Art. Additionally, dedicated Artist Specialists will be available to assist viewers with building their private collections, as well as with acquiring, delivering, framing and installing artworks. This comprehensive offering will be seamlessly supported by art logistics experts. Art Journal RH Contemporary Art has engaged a roster of acclaimed curators, critics and artists to develop and write an Art Journal, which will address various aspects of art and art-making from diverse literary and visual perspectives. The journal will include informative profiles that reveal entry points into the artists’ practices, as well as in-depth essays by noted art historians. Designed to inspire a greater appreciation for the artists and their practice, the journal will be richly illustrated with examples of their artwork, as well as in-studio photography capturing the artists, their environments and working methods. Printed in limited editions, the journal will also be accessible online at www.rhcontemporaryart.com. Art Gallery RH Contemporary Art’s first large-scale commercial gallery in New York City’s Chelsea art district is intended to be the first of a series of galleries to open in select U.S. cities. Designed to complement the online experience, RH Contemporary Art galleries will provide viewers with the opportunity to experience curated exhibitions in person across a variety of formats, including building-wide solo features, a series of separate exhibitions and multi-floor, multi-themed group shows. The exhibition space will open with concurrent solo shows of newly commissioned works by five emerging artists: Nathan Baker, Toby Christian, Peter Demos, Samantha Thomas and Natasha Wheat. The five inaugural exhibitions highlight their diverse artist practices, which incorporate elements of painting, assemblage, digital arts, sculpture and performance. RH Contemporary Art’s first artist-in-residence, Toby Christian, will create his works in Brooklyn prior to the show. Accompanying the exhibitions, RH Contemporary Art-produced original documentaries will be screened in the building’s lower level video room, providing engaging insights into the practice of the featured artists and RH Contemporary Art’s broader roster of collaborators. The New York City gallery is located at 437 West 16 th Street in a six-story industrial building constructed in 1920. The space also features a dedicated video room in the building’s lower level. The gallery will be open six days a week, Monday through Saturday, from 10 a.m.– 6 p.m. About RH Contemporary Art RH Contemporary Art, a division of RH (Restoration Hardware Holdings, Inc. NYSE:RH), is a dynamic and immersive multichannel platform dedicated to bringing international artists and their work to a global audience. The program encompasses a distinctive online gallery featuring a series of artist documentaries, an art journal written by a roster of acclaimed curators, critics, and artists and a gallery in New York City exhibiting works for sale. RH Contemporary Art offers a new way to view, learn about and acquire artwork. www.rhcontemporaryart.com About Restoration Hardware RH (Restoration Hardware Holdings, Inc. - NYSE:RH) is a curator of design, taste and style in the luxury lifestyle market. The Company offers collections through its retail galleries, source books and online at RH.com. Forward-Looking Statements This release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the federal securities laws, including statements relating to RH Contemporary Art’s plans to open a second gallery in Los Angeles in 2014 and RH Contemporary Art’s intention to open other galleries in select U.S. cities. 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