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Installations performed by Ren Gallery

Art Rentals

Our expansive network of artists allows us to offer art rentals for offices, filming and home staging. REN Gallery has collaborated on several home staging projects with Matthew Finlason Design. We have been named in architectural digest and find that with the right art and home decor, homes sell with ease. If you need art for your home staging project, office or a film shoot, we have several works available for rent. Fill out the contact form here for more information.

Link to Architectural Digest Article https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/el-james-new-west-hollywood-mansion

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Hudson Pacific Properties

""" I Could Sit Here All Day is both a reflection and a celebration of city life. The art piece was created to evoke a sense of finding balance and contentment within the vibrant, diverse Los Angeles lifestyle. Designed with layers of juxtaposed photographs of urban and natural environments, as well as abstract paintings overwritten with floating text that seemingly rise from the subconscious. Twenty six individually cut and printed pieces of plexiglass were assembled together to create this floating installation that spans 32 feet from end to end.

Commissioned by Hudson Pacific Properties as a site specific installation by artist Rob Grad from REN Gallery, Los Angeles. “I Could Sit Here All Day” 2020 by Rob Grad Mixed media on UV cured plexiglass 384 x 124 x 5 inches """

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The Griffin Club

The Griffin Club project is a three story private athletic club that REN Gallery curated the art collection for. The concept we developed with the owners was to highlight the city of Los Angeles with several local artist's work. Photographer Rick Mendoza shot over 200 images of iconic LA sites, of which we chose 25 to be printed in a massive grid spanning 25 feet high on reflective aluminum sheets, catch the light and dance to life as you walk past it on the stairwell wall. Two surreal skies, one painted of sunup and one of sundown by artist Mark Brosmer can be found in the wine cellar and main hall, and a series of plexiglass mixed media pieces by Rob Grad lead you to the dining room. The main entrance greets you with a wood art wall sculpture by David Martin, representing a topographical map of Southern California and in the bar two lively prints by artists Robert Morgan and Dave Lefner inviting you to stay and imbibe. Finally in the event space we touched up two classic photos of the club from the 1930s and had them enlarged and framed.

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