Architectural Digest

Installation view of For Mario, 2019. Image by Jeremy Haik.

In the blurred landscape of current art and design, it's not unusual for a talented individual like Adam Charlap Hyman of Charlap Hyman & Herrero to dip his or her toe into curatorial waters. It's a departure for Charlap Hyman, one part of the creative design firm—but not a huge one. Previously, Charlap Hyman, who took the lead on this endeavor, curated a Miami-set group show. Many of Charlap Hyman & Herrero's works have also been debuted in the form of immersive installations (see, for example, their grotto- and mirror-inspired endeavor during this year's Venice Biennale). But this latest effort, which brings together various examples of modern and contemporary art and design, goes a step further—at least as far as those obsessed with interior design are concerned. White muslin—the type of which designers and laypeople alike rightly associate with boarded-up homes and moving processes—drapes the majority of the pieces included.