I'm always curious about new ways to present work whether it's in a gallery or in my own home. And by work, I mean anything from the more formal understanding of fine art to the casual minutia of everyday living. We "install" our belongings based on convenience and available space typically with an underlying aesthetic governing our decisions. In doing so, our home, desk, closet, and even our bags speak more about our personalities than we think.
The above image is of Come Darkness - a small collection of art at chelliswilson in Maine curated by Maria Alexandra Vettese. It effectively showcases the sophistication of professional curation in the seamless transition from one object to the next in tone and color, but also seems so reminiscent of home.
What's even more fun? You can inspect each item HERE as your mouse peruses the wall and table onscreen.