Mark Cunningham’s Living Room at the Galerie House of Art and Design.
Photo: Genevieve Garruppo

Mark Cunningham’s Living Room at the Galerie House of Art and Design

Interior design by Mark Cunningham of Mark Cunningham Inc

Plasterwork by JJ Snyder.

Lighting by Circa  Lighting.

Custom light switches by Forbes  & Lomax.

Paint by The Paint Laboratory.

Plasterwork by JJ Snyder Studio.

Outdoor sofa and chairs by Munder Skiles.

Sconces,  reading lamps, and pendant by Circa Lighting

Rug by Merida.

Daybeds, sofa, center table,  drapery sheers, and chairs by Marked.

Sofa and chairs upholstered in fabric by Dedar.

Ottoman upholstered in leather by Jerry Pair.

Plaster side tables by JM Szymanski.

Quilts by Denyse Schmidt and Stella Rubin.

Cabinet,  side tables, and accessories by Maison Gerard.

Ceramics by Freeforms.

Pillows upholstered in  fabrics by ALT for Living, Radish Moon, Ottoline + Temple  Studio, and Sylvie Johnson.

Vase and mirror from Carpenters Workshop Gallery.

Artwork by Bernard Frize, Leslie Hewitt, Maren Kloppmann, and Stefan Bishop.


Artwork by Bernard Frize, Jean-Philippe Delhomme, and Leslie Hewitt.

Bernard Frize, Recille, 2008. Photo: Guillaume Ziccarelli/Courtesy Perrotin

Bernard Frize
Recille, 2008
Acrylic and resin on canvas
145 × 171 cm | 57 × 67 1/4 inch

Bernard Frize is a conceptual painter focused on the mechanics of painting while maintaining an experimental approach. He often works in series, following strict rules as to process and palette, and employs assistants in elaborately choreographed acts of painting. This presentation follows last year’s career retrospective at Centre Pompidou, Paris, entitled Sans Repentir.

For inquiries please reach out to Melissa Timarchi (

Leslie Hewitt, Spiral and Loop Study 03, 2019. Photo: Courtesy Perrotin

Leslie Hewitt
Spiral and Loop Study 03, 2019
Traditional chromogenic print
76.2 × 76.2 cm | 30 × 34 1/2 inch 2/5 editions + 1 AP

For more than fifteen years, artist Leslie Hewitt has explored the relationship between image, text and object, but also the influence of repetition, meter and perspective as an extension of photography’s aesthetic power. Set in Leslie’s studio and shot with a fixed camera angle in natural light conditions, this series is punctuated by a variety of objects such as personal and found snapshots depicting everyday life, paper with abstract drawings by hand, a series of books, as well as a succession of raw materials such as wood, glass, metal, stone and shells.

For inquiries please reach out to Melissa Timarchi (

French painter Jean-Philippe Delhomme is best known for his perfectly rendered still lifes and portraits. He approaches each of these genres with direct observation instead of a representation of reality filtered through photography which has become an a priori of what was once defined as “figuration.”

For inquiries please reach out to Melissa Timarchi (


Pliniana chair by Mattia Bonetti.

Mattia Bonetti, Pliniana chair, 2013. Photo: Kasmin

Mattia Bonetti
Pliniana chair, 2013
32 1/4 x 16 x 18 inches
81.9 x 40.6 x 45.7 cm
For more information, please contact Edith Dicconson.

Since the beginning of his pioneering career in the early 1970s, Mattia Bonetti has approached the distinction between art and design not as a barrier, but as a wellspring of creative dialogue. Inspired by the dynamic between indoors and out, this work is part of a series that swings both conceptually and formally between the organic and the geometric, playing in the space between the natural and the crafted. Blurring these familiar boundaries, the work is designed to thrive both inside and outside.

Cover: Mark Cunningham’s Living Room at the Galerie House of Art and Design.
Photo: Genevieve Garruppo


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