The self-described art world “consigliere” Barry Rosen really enjoys sea shells and, in a piece available online yesterday, recently shared that love with T: The New York Times Style Magazine.
“In place of conventional furniture (well, there is a bed),” the story says, “Rosen has Dale Chihuly glass works, Dieter Roth sculptures and a Paul McCarthy chocolate factory Santa, all of which mix very well, it turns out, with seashells.”
Well they’d better! This is a man who advises the estates of Roth, and Eva Hesse among others, besides “bidding on conchology.com at 3 in the morning.” Read the story here.
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