The event, dubbed Home Decor Trends, will be held at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

The event will include a special presentation by the museum’s curator, Jessica Taggart, who will introduce the “trends of home decor” in a wide range of styles, from contemporary to vintage.

It will be the first time that Taggarons will hold such a show in her career, she said. 

“We’re going to be able to look at this through a different lens and we’re going with a different approach,” she said, adding that she is hoping that people will look at the event not just as an art event, but also a fashion event, a jewelry show, a wedding venue, and so on. 

Taggart said she is also looking forward to a discussion on how to help young artists and designers who may be frustrated by the current trends in home decor. 

She said the museum, like the rest of the city, is struggling to create a more inclusive, inclusive and inclusive-thinking community.

“We need to work with our community, we need to connect with each other, and I think that’s what we’re seeing today,” she added.

“There is so much work to do and I hope that the museum is going to take a very strong step forward and embrace that,” she concluded. 

The exhibition runs from March 19 through April 2, and the event is free to the public.

The first edition of Home Decors Trends will be at the museum from March 27 through April 3, and is a collaboration between the museum and the National Museum of American History, which will be hosting the exhibit. 

It will include art from more than 60 countries, including works by artists like Dora Maak and Luka Kato, who have been selected to present.

The second edition of the exhibition will run from May 10 through May 12, and it will include works by art directors from across the country, as well as designers, photographers, and photographers’ assistants. 

This year, the exhibition has already sold out, with the first event in March being a sold-out show in Chicago. 

ABC News’ Tom O’Brien contributed to this report.