Make Yourself At Home at the 7Eleven Gallery

Posted by The G on May 22, 2010 under Artsy Fartsy | 5 Comments to Read

Photos by G.

No. This Shelf is Fucked. Yes. This Shelf is Correct.

At the pop-up 7Eleven Gallery in New York, they are presenting a group art show called “Make Yourself At Home,” now through June 6, 2010.  The exhibit features works from hundreds of artists and artisans and it’s extremely cool!  The gallery space has been transformed into a giant house that features different rooms that will make you feel like you’ve taken a hefty dose of LSD!  In the exhibit, you’ll see a love seat made out of cardboard boxes, a coat rack made of teddy bears, a mattress-fountain, interesting furniture and eye-ball pillows, just to name a few things. The gallery is located at 169 10th Avenue (at West 20th Street) and runs from now until June 6, 2010.

See a bunch of images after the jump.

Eye Ball Pillows!

Gravity defying table.

Mattress Fountain!

Cardboard box love seat!

Coolest dining room ever!

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  • Gail said,

    What a cool exhibit this is!

  • 7Eleven Gallery said,

    PHOTO 1: Yes/No Shelves by Casey Neistat

    PHOTO 2: Couch by Kwangho Lee. Pillows by Sean Mellyn. Wall necklace by John Torreano. Table by Max Lamb. Bowl on table by Bryan Hunt. Puzzle on table by Nick Doyle.

    PHOTO 3: Corrected table by William Stone. Bowl by Steve Keister

    PHOTO 4: Mattress fountain by David Deutsch. Mummy photo by Max Snow. Drawers by Joseph Heidecker. Teddy bear coat by Sebastian Errazeriz. Side tables by Simon Hasan. Painting by Judith Hudson.

    PHOTO 5: Cardboard chair by Francesco Galletto

    PHOTO 6: Ball by Leo Villareal. Table by Richard Tuttle. Chairs at table by Steven Holl.

    Make Yourself at Home. Curated by Sabrina Blaichman, Caroline Copley and Genevieve Hudson-Price

  • The G said,

    Thanks!!!! This exhibit was beyond amazing!!!

  • Gail said,

    They left the same comments over at my blog! 🙂

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