Welcome to our monthly podcast series focused on the World of Art and featuring our sponsoring partner TWYLA.
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Here’s a bit about our two guests on the show today:
Young Huh is principal and founder of Young Huh Interiors, a New York City-based, full-service design firm specializing in residential and commercial interiors. With impeccable attention to detail, Young’s projects are conceived and tailored to fit each client’s personality and needs.
Her philosophy is that each client has a unique point-of-view and her role is to transform that vision into reality while elevating it to its greatest potential. Well-versed in art and design history, yet with an ever vigilant eye on the popular pulse, Young incorporates ideas and styles from an expansive range of sources to create timeless design known for its classic proportions and eclectic, chic styling.
Adler Guerrier is a Miami-based, Haitian-born artist whose art explores landscape, geography and how we anchor ourselves within a particular place. His works often start from photographs that he takes on long walks around his hometown; however, Adler does not strive to portray any location with precision. Instead, Adler’s layered artworks are abstract and removed from their origin. He strives for “non-specificness” or what he describes as “the middle of far and close.”