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Jemma Hickman l
2018/01/23 03:37
she decided to look for a space that was a home and gallery in one.
2018/01/23 03:38
ive rents, but also because of the benefits of displaying art in a domestic setting. “Galleries can feel quite sterile and intimidating, but a home feels more relaxed, plus it freed me up to travel to international art fairs
2018/01/23 03:38
this early Victorian end-of-terrace house, close to Peckham Rye, southeast London,
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. Visitors move from the most public area, the viewing space, through to the dining room, which serves as an extension of the gallery and is full of pictures and sculptures.
2018/01/23 03:39
Hickman lets the art set the tone in each space. “My brain is set to think about the artwork before the interior. I always start by asking: ‘What will go on the wall?’ and that dictates the style of the room,
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