Recently featured in Architectural Digest, another AVX project that stands on it’s own.
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“When you’re a prominent collector and your house is full of works by major artists, one nice perk is that if you invite those artists over for a cocktail party, they are likely to show up. Of course, one risk is that they might not appreciate the way you’ve chosen to display their work. This was a concern for collector and museum patron Chara Schreyer recently, when she hosted a gathering at her new Los Angeles home for a group that included photographer Catherine Opie. Among the Opie pieces Schreyer owns are two haunting images of L.A. freeway overpasses that she had hung not in her airy, pristine living spaces but in a small room upstairs—the laundry room, to be exact.”