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.
Figure Waving, 2013 by Robert Rush (price upon request)