It’s hard to imagine but this year marks the fortieth anniversary of the Kips Bay Show House, a springtime rite of passage in Manhattan. This year, designers reimagined the Arthur Sachs House where maximalism appeared to reign supreme.
My colleague Paula Caravelli at Paula + Martha in NYC brilliantly transformed the stairway and landing by taking advantage of the vast wall space to showcase a stunning curation of contemporary art. Included in the collection is a Jacques Jarrige’s aluminum sculpture, abstract paintings by Al Held, an illuminated sculpture by Jeff Zimmerman, plexiglass by artist Robert Greene and a photograph by Roman Scialom.
The home is open to the public until June 11th. Jet, Uber or stroll on over to 58 East 66th Street, pronto!