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ELLE DECOR

ELLE DECOR

December 2019

ELLE DECOR is a fashion-savvy home decorating magazine for the new generation of design professionals and consumers who know exactly what they want. Get ELLE DECOR digital magazine subscription today to discover fashionable and inspirational products that bring couture chic to every room of your home.

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Hearst
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1 minuti
elle decor

EDITOR IN CHIEF Whitney Robinson EXECUTIVE MANAGING EDITOR Jeffrey Bauman EXECUTIVE EDITOR Ingrid Abramovitch STYLE DIRECTOR Parker Bowie Larson CHIEF VISUAL CONTENT DIRECTOR, HEARST MAGAZINES Alix Campbell SENIOR EDITOR Vanessa Lawrence ARTICLES EDITOR Charles Curkin VISUAL DIRECTOR David M. Murphy INTERNATIONAL DESIGN EDITOR Cynthia Frank CONTRIBUTING DESIGN DIRECTOR Dian-Aziza Ooka DEPUTY DESIGN DIRECTOR Allie Adams MARKET EDITOR Laurel J. Benedum ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR Lillian Dondero COPY CHIEF Jennifer Milne CONTRIBUTING SPECIAL PROJECTS EDITOR Bebe Howorth EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Samantha Swenson MARKET EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Kate McGregor DIGITAL IMAGING SPECIALIST Kevin Arnold HEARST VISUAL GROUP ASSOCIATE VISUAL EDITOR Nelida Mortensen DEPUTY VISUAL DIRECTOR Don Kinsella VISUAL ASSISTANT Tenney Espy ELLEDECOR.COM DIGITAL DIRECTOR Elizabeth Angell HOME DECOR EDITOR Monique Valeris ASSOCIATE EDITOR Maggie Maloney EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Lucia Tonelli ELLE DECOR CONTRIBUTING EDITORS CONSULTING EDITOR Daniel Boulud CONTRIBUTORS Ariel Ashe, Cara Barrett, Chesie Breen, Farhad Farman, Ken Fulk, Claudia Mata Gladish, Lori Goldstein, Genevieve Gorder, Nancy Hass, Kathryn M. Ireland, William Li, Beatriz Pasquel (Mexico…

2 minuti
my design wish list

THE HOLIDAY SEASON IS FINALLY UPON US. IT’S MY favorite time of year, whether I am window-shopping on 57th Street in New York, spending Thanksgiving at Claridge’s in London, or hitting the slopes on my annual ski trip to Switzerland. Does the fact that my November 16 birthday falls right in the middle of the season have something to do with it? (Yes, I’m a Scorpio, and FYI, I accept cash and Michael George roses.) Maybe. Regardless, this is the time of year when I assemble my wish list. This year, I’m thinking big. Would I love to ascend to a higher state of being? Sure. Achieve world peace? Sign me up. But as the editor of ELLE DECOR, I have a very specific wish this year on behalf of…

3 minuti
come for the art, stay for the chickens

SPARE A THOUGHT FOR THE DEARLY DEPARTED white-cube art gallery. While the concept may be embedded in the collective imagination, the art world has been over it since at least 1993, when Jay Jopling named his London gallery White Cube—the kind of deeply ironic gesture at which the British excelled in the ’90s. (One of Jopling’s artists, Damien Hirst, opened a Notting Hill restaurant that same decade called Pharmacy.) This fall, however, saw one of contemporary art’s oldest, most revered dealers embracing a trend in gallery design, as Pace (pacegallery.com) opened a shiny new headquarters in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood, realized by Bonetti/Kozerski Architecture: a $100 million, 75,000-square-foot, eight-story space more akin to a museum, complete with a research library and a 17-foot-high performance gallery. “Our new building has allowed us…

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annabelle selldorf

Tell me about your latest project, a new home for the Rubell Museum, which opens December 4 in Miami. AS: The Rubells are admirable, wonderful, committed collectors, so I was pleased when they asked me to assist in moving their collection from Wynwood to a larger site in Allapattah. I designed a single-story, very large, fabulous museum with a garden and café space. I think it will quietly outdo everyone else. What is your favorite piece from their 7,200-plus works? AS: They really have a deep inventory. It would probably be one of the sculptures by Cady Noland that I love most. How does this project differ from other art spaces you have designed? AS: I never think about how things are different, but whether they are successful. At Luma Arles, in France, the exhibition…

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five indie galleries that are pushing boundaries.

Lafayette Anticipations PARIS Rem Koolhaas renovated this 19th-century building to include movable platform floors, making the presentation of any project possible. lafayetteanticipations.com CasaCicca Museum MILAN This 300-square-foot cabinet of curiosities is also founder Giulia Currà’s home. His collection of over 1,000 objects comes mainly from guests who book a stay on Airbnb and are encouraged to leave something behind. instagram.com/casacicca Philbrook Museum TULSA, OKLAHOMA On the outskirts of Philbrook’s manicured grounds, artist Karl Unnasch has retrofitted a 19th-century log cabin with colorful recycled-glass windows and a roof made from resin-dipped T-shirts. The installation also serves as a venue for the museum’s innovative programming. philbrook.org Pivô SÃO PAULO Based in an Oscar Niemeyer building, this nonprofit carries out an ambitious program of site-specific exhibitions and residencies with local and international artists. pivo.org.br Alden Projects NEW YORK CITY Todd Alden’s curiosity and research make this Lower…

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datebook

SQUAT December through February 2020; Los Angeles Milan-based design gallery Nilufar’s traveling exhibition “SQUAT” pops up in Los Angeles, where owner Nina Yashar will present more than 150 works by such designers as Finn Juhl, Carlo Scarpa, and Michael Anastassiades in a former industrial space. nilufar.com A Boy from Texas December 3–9; Miami Beach At Design Miami, gallerist Cristina Grajales is showing sculpture and design by acclaimed theater artist Robert Wilson. The installation of cast-glass truncated pyramids and handblown deer—produced by the Corning Museum—pays homage to the work of George Paul Thek. cristinagrajalesinc.com Emotional Puzzle Opens December 3; Miami Just before Art Basel Miami Beach, Ralph Pucci unveils a mural by fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac on the facade of his Wynwood showroom. The piece depicts archetypal prints de Castelbajac has used in his designs. ralphpucci.net A Arte de…