"The Exchange Int has a gallery space that is as unique as the pieces they curate. With as many interiors and design I look at daily, it is unfrequent that a photo or piece stops me in my thoughts. The Exchange Int located in Houston and Detroit has done just that. The Houston location is quite special, the collection is sheltered by John Zemanek’s Gaea II house. There is nothing wrong with viewing a piece of art with an all white backdrop but the Gaea II house compliments these pieces in a way that no museum ever could. I was so intrigued by their approached I asked them if they would answer a few questions for us."
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Above: Paul Evans Forge Front Cabinet, circa 1970s, Judy Kensley McKie Snake Shelf, Paul Evans Side Table, LaGardo Tackett Architectural Pottery, Tapio Wirkkala Bog Snip.
Above: George Nakashima Masterwork Single Slad East Indian rosewood table, circa 1980s, Marta Maas-Fjetterstrom Carpet, circa 1927, Tapio Wirkkala wood dishes, circa 1960s.
Above: Large Harry Bertoia Bush Form, circa 1970s, George Nakashima Cabinet, circa 1961, Hans Wegner Chair and Ottoman, circa 1950s.
—Posted March 27, 2017