Becky Beasley inspired by Carlo Mollino

Is it dividing furniture or Art … Both! Check out these screens by internationally acclaimed artist  Becky Beasley. Her exhibition The Outside is a combination of photography screens and swinging door inspired frames from the apartment of Italian Architect Carlo Mollino.
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The photography screens, on exhibition at Tate Britain until September 2012, display an image with no front or back, beginning or end. The colors give inviting transparency and lend themselves ease and interest in any environment. The frames were created from inspiration of blueprints found in Mollino’s apartment. The blueprints were drawings of swinging doors to hang in the apartment, which directly relate to the hinges, design and dimension of Beasley’s frames.

Becky Beasley Art Now Display installation view

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Other pieces by Becky Beasley

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images via Laura Bartlett Gallery

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