When the home of 3 East End Levy sisters and a cutting-edge artist with a thing for plastic merge together, created is an eerie work of art and a fascinating domestic time capsule.
This is a piece by the Canadian artist Iain Baxter in which every piece of furniture, fixture and fitting is covered in polyethylene capsules. Its a kitsch domestic space that has become art. It is named ‘Rebecca’s Bagged Place’ – modern art at its best.
Its at Raven Row gallery in London and runs until 15th December.