Spotted on Instagram: 12 Inspiring Art Galleries
Interior Design hosts a weekly photo contest on Instagram called #IDpicks. Each Wednesday, we announce a new theme and ask our followers to tag their images with our hashtag. Here, we share the submissions that caught our eye. Make sure to check our Instagram account, @interiordesignmag, for the next topic and a chance to be featured!
For this week’s #IDpicks contest, we want to see your best images of art galleries! Tag your images with #IDpicks and our editors will repost their favorites on Instagram and InteriorDesign.net on TUESDAY, March 20. Pictured here is @ralphpucciint’s showroom in Los Angeles, which is currently showcasing works by @matthewrolstonstudio. ???? by Antoine Bootz. @sandow
Don’t forget to tag your best images of art galleries with #IDpicks! Our editors will repost the most eye-catching ones on Instagram and InteriorDesign.net tomorrow. Pictured here is the @21Chotels Nashville by @DeborahBerkePartners, where a museum-like art selection enlivens public spaces. ???? by Mike Schwartz. @sandow
Below, some of the submissions we loved:
The @mcachicago renovation was a true pleasure to collaborate with JOHNSTONMARKLEE. Turner prize-winning English artist Chris Ofili created a site-specific centerpiece mural for Marisol, a new restaurant open to both museum visitors and the general public. This mural served as the basis for all restaurant design, including glass etchings, line drawings, and patterned leather banquettes. #mcachicago #idpicks @interiordesignmag
Yin Xiuzhen’s solo exhibition “Back to the end” at Pace Gallery Beijing in the 798 Arts District. In 2008 Pace was the first major Manhattan art gallery to open in the city. Shot recently to document Sasaki’s master plan for the 798 Arts District. . . #architecture #architecturalphotographer #architecturalphotography @sonyalpha @gitzoinspires #publicarchitecture #sasaki #designarchitecture #798artdistrict #798??? #798artzone #?? #pacegallery #artgallery #IDpicks
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