Tour Artist Robert Rush’s Wildly Cool Personal Space

Jillian Knox Finley

Robert Rush prefers to blur the line between life and work. “I want my work to be something that arises naturally out of living, a natural by-product,” says the artist. His four-story London townhome serves simultaneously as studio, gallery, and home. Inside, Rush’s own work exists in a mélange of found objects and soulful antiques—strewn about with the sort of haphazard charisma only a master curator can nail. The flush-with-color abode will play host to Rush’s exhibit Don’t Drop It Robby for Rod Baron. Keep scrolling to take a page out of his vibrant experimentation and bold eclecticism.

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