Art Lifestyle July 7, 2017

Living Art

 

In a spacious Palma de Mallorca apartment, two self-described ‘art nerds’ have created a charmingly casual home that is also filled with spectacular contemporary art.

Text: Robyn Alexander | Photographs: Greg Cox



 

Left: Parnilla and Stefan Lundgren. Behind the couple is a painting by Gerald Davis (in the next room), a work by Luis Gispert (above the doorway) and a floor-standing sculpture by Philipp Timischl. 
Right: A view from the entrance hall through the interleading rooms of the rest of the apartment. The artworks here are by Ry Rocklen, David Noonan, Georg Herold, James Welling, Jonas Wood (above the doorway) and Adam Henry. A view from the entrance hall through the interleading rooms of the rest of the apartment. The artworks here are by Ry Rocklen, David Noonan, Georg Herold, James Welling, Jonas Wood (above the doorway) and Adam Henry.







A view from the entrance hall through the interleading rooms of the rest of the apartment. The artworks here are by Ry Rocklen, David Noonan, Georg Herold, James Welling, Jonas Wood (above the doorway) and Adam Henry.


Left: A rather carnivorous still life set up in the kitchen. 
Right: The kitchen is simple and functional – and, of course, used to display art. To the left of the doorway is a Carter Mull work, while on the right a piece by Raffi Kalenderian can be seen beneath a framed drawing by Thomas Scheibitz and Lars Karlmark. The area through the doorway is the study and library: the works over the bookshelf here are by Italian artist Mimmo Paladino.



The kitchen is simple and functional – and, of course, used to display art. To the left of the doorway is a Carter Mull work, while on the right a piece by Raffi Kalenderian can be seen beneath a framed drawing by Thomas Scheibitz and Lars Karlmark. The area through the doorway is the study and library: the works over the bookshelf here are by Italian artist Mimmo Paladino.

Left: The purple sculpture is by Patrick Hill, with a trio of drawings by Amba Sayal-Bennett above it. Just visible through the connecting doorways is a Trevor Shimizu painting.
Right: The large, colourful photographic work on the right-hand side of this hallway is one of Walead Beshty’s ‘curls’ works. Just seen on the left is part of a painting by Per Martensson, and the painting above the doorway is by Trevor Shimizu.
 


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