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Cast Iron House

Last year I had the pleasure of working on a model apartment in Shigeru Ban's TriBeCa Cast Iron House with the interior designer Brad Ford. Please check out this article about the project that was just published in Architectural Digest! I am so grateful to the artists and galleries who lent us work for this space, so I'm including some extra images here! (Unfortunately, I don't have a picture, but Sasha Wolf Gallery also lent us a gorgeous Adam Katseff photograph!)

Mark Sheinkman, Denton, 2015, Courtesy of Von Lintel Gallery

Mark Sheinkman, Denton, 2015, Courtesy of Von Lintel Gallery

Mark Sheinkman, South, 2015, Courtesy of Von Lintel Gallery

Mark Sheinkman, South, 2015, Courtesy of Von Lintel Gallery

John Chamberlain, Black and White Lucite Reliefs, 1989, Courtesy of Pace Prints

John Chamberlain, Black and White Lucite Reliefs, 1989, Courtesy of Pace Prints

Delphine Burtin, Sans Condition Initiale (#11), 2014-15, Courtesy of Benrubi Gallery

Delphine Burtin, Sans Condition Initiale (#11), 2014-15, Courtesy of Benrubi Gallery

Katherine Duclos, Chord, 2016

Katherine Duclos, Chord, 2016

Eliza Stamps, Knot Quite Enough, 2015

Eliza Stamps, Knot Quite Enough, 2015

2016 Favorites

Introducing a new weekly feature! Every Monday, I will share an image of my favorite work of art I saw the previous week. To close out 2016, here is a round up of my 2016 favorites! 

Favorite Museum Show
Visiting Pipilotti Rist: Pixel Forest exhibition at the New Museum is like exploring a magical underwater land. Enchanting for adults and would be super fun with kids. It’s beautiful, transporting, and interesting—everything I’m looking for in art. Open at the New Museum through January 15.

Pipilotti Rist: Pixel Forest, Installation view, New Museum, October 26, 2016 - January 15, 2017

Pipilotti Rist: Pixel Forest, Installation view, New Museum, October 26, 2016 - January 15, 2017

Favorite Gallery Show
My favorite gallery show of the year was Elizabeth Peyton’s perceptive, sensitive portraits at Gladstone uptown. Exquisitely painted and extraordinarily expressive, I could not tear myself away from these pictures. Living with one of these paintings would be such a privilege. If you’re drawn to her work, I would love to talk to you adding a piece to your collection. 

SPEED POWER TIME HEART: New Paintings by Elizabeth Peyton, Gladstone 64, November 4 - December 21, 2016

SPEED POWER TIME HEART: New Paintings by Elizabeth Peyton, Gladstone 64, November 4 - December 21, 2016

Favorite Piece I Sold to a Client
I am so proud of the three commissioned paintings by Antonio Murado I placed in the Brookfield property that was once the World Financial Center in downtown New York. Adjacent to the Hudson River, these watery abstracted seascapes offer a moment of escape in a busy corporate lobby. I love working on commissions for both private and corporate collections. It allows my clients to get exactly the piece they want and something that was created specially for them. Please get in touch with me to discuss a commission for your home or office! 

Antonio Murado, Atlantico I, 2016, Oil on canvas, 66 x 72 inches

Antonio Murado, Atlantico I, 2016, Oil on canvas, 66 x 72 inches

Antonio Murado,  Charon crossing the Styx, 2016, Oil on canvas, 90 x 150 inches

Antonio Murado, Charon crossing the Styx, 2016, Oil on canvas, 90 x 150 inches

Favorite Piece I Bought for Myself
I have wanted a lips photograph by Sam Samore for a decade. This piece failed to find a buyer at a Phillips auction last spring, so I made an offer and got it for a great price! If there’s a picture you’ve been hunting, let me know, and I will keep my eyes open for a great a deal for you! 

Sam Samore, Allegories of Beauty #44, c. 1990-1999, Gelatin silver print, 26 15/16 x 49 3/4 inches  AP 1 (from an Edition of 2 + 1AP)   

Sam Samore, Allegories of Beauty #44, c. 1990-1999, Gelatin silver print, 26 15/16 x 49 3/4 inches
AP 1 (from an Edition of 2 + 1AP)

 

Tuesday Under Ten: John Chamberlain

Every Tuesday I show a work of art I love priced under $10K. This week: I adore these black and white relief prints by John Chamberlain (yes, the smooshed up car sculptor). And the best part: you can install a set of three as I did here for under $10K. If you would like to see these in person, please send me an email! 

John Chamberlain, Hog on Ice / Soave De Boner / Double Dickee, 1989, Lucite relief, 41 ¾ x 29 ½ inches, Editions of 18 

John Chamberlain, Hog on Ice / Soave De Boner / Double Dickee, 1989, Lucite relief, 41 ¾ x 29 ½ inches, Editions of 18