A Space Problem: Organized by David SalkinJune 30 – November 15, 2020
One half of the historic McCormick House features mid-century furnishings along with works by local artists and architects. Designer David Salkin organized the exhibit as a home with a range of paintings, patterned rugs, ceramics, photo collages, and design objects. Featured artists include: Marshall Brown, Jennefer Hoffmann, Sterling Lawrence, David Salkin, and Geoffrey Todd Smith. This combination of new and vintage works is organized in conjunction with a full wing dedicated to models, historical photographs, and stories about the McCormick House’s uniqueness as a prefab prototype by the famed modernist Mies van der Rohe.
Special thank you to David Salkin, Volume Gallery, Western Exhibitions, and Document for lending to this exhibition.