CULTURE

Inside the Artist Marilyn Minter’s Upstate New York House

Photographs of Marilyn Minter’s house in Cold Spring, New York.


Photographs by Jason Schmidt; Hair and Makeup by Tinna Empera for Cloutier Remix; photography assistant: Kyle Knodell;
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Photographs by Jason Schmidt; Hair and Makeup by Tinna Empera for Cloutier Remix; photography assistant: Kyle Knodell;

The artist Marilyn Minter, in her studio in Cold Spring, New York, with her dogs, Finn and Bowie; on the left are two works in progress and on the right is Thigh Gap, 2016.

Minter wears Marni sweater; her own jeans and shoes.

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Photographs by Jason Schmidt

The exterior of her Cold Spring residence.

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Photographs by Jason Schmidt

Minter’s husband, Bill Miller, in the back garden, with a lamp by Jayson Musson from 2014.

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Photographs by Jason Schmidt

The “link” between Minter’s studio and residence is furnished with pieces by Anton Alvarez, Kueng Caputo, and Patricia Urquiola. On the wall are, from left, Kara Walker’s Untitled, 2009, and Kenny Scharf’s Madoil, 2010. The jumble of boxes, designed by the architect Giancarlo Valle, conceals a coat closet.

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Photographs by Jason Schmidt

In the entrance to the house, a chair by Heilmann from 2004 sits below a print by Sue Williams. The wallpaper is by Bing Wright for Maharam Digital Projects.

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Photographs by Jason Schmidt

In the dog foyer, Andrew Brischler’s Heaven
 Can Wait, 2013, hangs over the bench.

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Photographs by Jason Schmidt

In the living area, a large shelf unit displays work by Marcel Dzama, David Mramor, Michael Ballou, Joyce Pensato, Cady Noland, and Mary Heilmann.

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Photographs by Jason Schmidt

An exterior view of the house, with Minter’s towering studio, at right.