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PaperCity Dallas September 2022

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INSIDE THIS ISSUE 40 Editor's Letter 46, 48, 50 Obsessions. decorations. salient facts. 52 Art Topics 58 Art: Collector and curator George Shackelford 62 Art: Justin Ginsberg's "Shaking the Shadow" exhibition of pulled glass filaments at Amon Carter Museum of American Art 66 Design: Ceramics Craze 68 Social: La L.A. Louvre 74 Wanderings: 86 hours in Los Angeles 82 Fashion Notes: Bottega Veneta Cassette Pleated Foulard and Pillow sneaker; Gucci Décor's new collection; Rouge Dior Forever; Dior Men X Gran Turismo 7 84 Fashion Notes: Louis Vuitton Pégase; Prada Timecapsule with Jeanne Detallante; Hermès collection pour les chiens 86 Fashion: The Big Easy 98 Wanderings: The Texture of New Orleans DECORATION + ART 104 Design Notes: WestEdge premieres; Morris & Co. X Williams Sonoma 106 Design: Kips Bay Decorator Show House Dallas designer lineup 108 Design Notes: Blue Dot debuts in Dallas; Pholio Co's new space 116 Design: The new MOUS showroom 120 Design: Modern Matter gemstone hardware 122 Art + Design: The Stunning Life of Ann Getty and a Christie's auction 126 Texas Design Week Dallas: Who You'll See 160 Design: A Karl Kamrath-designed 1970s building is transformed by designer Mary Lambrakos 174 Art: The Armory Show in New York City 182 Social: Moda Operandi's Lauren Santo Domingo and designer Brandon Maxwell at the Commodore Perry Estate in Austin 186 Dining: Clifton Club 190 Dining: Restaurant Roundup 208 She's the Bomb: Gowri Sharma COVER CREDITS: Natural light washes across the main gallery of Diane and Ray Krueger's penthouse, illuminating a stone sculpture and painting of a nude they acquired while traveling in Prague. Interior design Lambrakos Studio. Original architecture MacKie and Kamrath. Architectural renovations Murphy Mears Architects. Photography Pär Bengtsson. Art direction Michelle Aviña. DALLAS | SEPTEMBER 2022 CONTENTS Diane Dorrans Saeks, author of Ann Getty Interiors (Rizzoli), documents a life well lived and details The Ann and Gordon Getty Collection auction from Christie's, page 122. In Ann and Gordon Getty's living room in San Francisco, the walls are covered with eight English chinoiserie panels, circa 1740, embellished with a pair of George II tree-form wall sconces, circa 1760, with Chinese porcelain figures. The pair of George I gilded armchairs covered in antique blue damask was originally from Spye Park House, a historic Palladian mansion near Bath. The corner banquets are covered in custom-woven tiger-stripe silk velvet by Bevilacqua, Venice. The Bishop-sleeve curtains are crafted in three shades of Indian silk. LISA ROMEREIN p.122 36

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