Meet the Interior Designer Who Creates Spaces Around Fabulous Art Collections
Say you're an avid art collector and you've just bought an incredible painting at Frieze and need some guidance on how to incorporate it into your home. Who do you call? Jim Aman, a New York-based interior designer known for seamlessly infusing multimillion-dollar works—like John Currin's controversial "Bea Arthur Naked," which Aman's client picked up at Christie's for $1.9 million in 2013—into multimillion-dollar homes. His book, The New Formal, which came out last month, gives us a glimpse into these museum-like living spaces. A sneak preview below:
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