Art Gallery Home is Los Feliz Neighborhood, Los Angeles. Pick inside this outstanding home of Nino Mier and Caroline Luce.
The owners of this home are the gallery owner Nino Mier and Barbara Gladstone Gallery Partner Caroline Luce, so it’s not a surprise when we say that this home has more than 300 pieces of art. According to Mier, this place has a French Normandy style and was built by contractor Ben Brodsky in 1942. He considers himself a collector and a gallerist at the same time.
We began this Art Gallery Home tour with this particular corner that has a Kindt-Larsen chair and a pot by Leto. Besides that, and focusing on the wall art, we can see a Martin Kippenberger drawing in a gold frame and two William Copley drawings.
Everywhere we look we will see art, and this painting is also included. A masterpiece by the German painter Gunther Forg. The picture on the right is by the Austrian artist Arnulf Rainer from his Face Farces series. Included in here we can also see a vintage bench.
In this room, we will begin with the small lamp that is model 239 by Vico Magistretti and the large lamp is vintage Italian from the 1950s. Then the seating spots, a Mario Bellini sofa and the chair, that belongs to Charles Eames. The last thing is of course the tree painting, by Jake Longstreth and the painting behind the sofa, by Jansson Stegner.
Dining room set with twelve chairs by Nathan Lerner and an amazing painting by the American artist, Julian Schnabel.
When we say that is art everywhere, it’s true because even in the bathroom we can see pieces of art. This one here belongs to Georges Condo.
ART ALL AROUND
This is what the living room looks like, with an Italian sofa by the architect and designer Mario Bellini. The large painting behind it belongs to Louise Bonnet. We can also see a French ceramic poodle. The side table is from Living Divani, and last, but not least, the bar is by the American designer Arthur Umanoff.
Still in the living room, there is an outstanding painting by Albert Oehlen and an Italian floor lamp. The comfortable chair or “Jangada” chair is by Jean Gillon.
These two images belong to the same room. In the first one, we can see an authentic painting by Carrol Dunham, and a sculpture that belongs to Stefan Rinck. In the second image, we can see an art piece by the German painter André Butzer.
In this Art Galley Home Tour, we can conclude that it is possible to have art all around. If you are an art lover, you can choose this home styling.
Credits to: Architectural Digest