Art and interior design will intersect on Saturday, Feb. 11, at the preview of Pairings at 555 Gallery in South Boston. Attendees will be the first to view selections of the gallery’s collection of contemporary fine art photography paired with French and Danish furnishings.
555 Gallery is pleased to present Parings in collaboration with Ouimillie and Camden Hydes This exhibition features fine arts photography and contemporary furniture paired in a curated gallery installation. Gallery owner, Susan Nalband, and Ouimillie founder, Millicent Cutler, are creating vignettes that will inspire ideas for showcasing art and design in one’s most personal environment: the home. “The fun thing is, it all works together,” said Nalband regarding the artists’ and designers’ pieces highlighted in the show. They’re connecting two distinct neighborhoods, as well. Nalband noted, “People love the idea of collaborations and we’re bringing together two different parts of town.”
Both Nalband and Cutler tend to shun the predictable, evident in the art and furnishings they host. Pairings is another example of going beyond the expected, as it will be an opportunity to view home interiors in a gallery setting. Cutler enthused, “What’s really cool is the playfulness of the combinations.”