PEOPLEPhotos: Art of LivingPower curators Philippe Vergne and Sylvia Chivaratanond always see eye to eye.by Karin Nelson05.22.141Vergne and Chivaratanond in their L.A. apartment, with a Richard Prince joke painting and sculptures by Cameron Jamie and Urs Fischer on the mantelpiece. Chivaratanond wears Stella McCartney dress. Photograph by Jeremy Liebman.2Chivaratanond with Ed Ruscha, 1999. Courtesy of subject.3The couple’s wedding, 2002. Courtesy of subject.4Their traditional French croquembouche cakes. Courtesy of subject.5Mike Kelley’s Four Part Butter-Scene N’Ganga, 1997. Courtesy of Collection Walker Art Center, Minneapolis.6Vergne and Chivaratanond like the work of artist Paul Chan. Courtesy of the artist and Greene Naftali, New York.7Chivaratanond collects Vincent Van Duysen bowls. Courtesy of When Objects Work.8A painting by their son, Indra. Photograph by Jeremy Liebman.9Artists Gedi Sibony and Kara Walker at the farewell dinner, New York. Courtesy of Shawn Brackbill.10Photographs: Shawn BrackbillVergne, seated at the head of the table.11A wall hanging by Heather Levine, another young artist on her radar. Photograph by Nicole LaMotte.12The couple in front of their “bookshelf box,” New York. Chivaratanond wears J. Mendel dress. Photograph by Jeremy Liebman.13Franz Erhard Walther’s Schichtzeichnung, 1978–’81, in their L.A. apartment. Photograph by Jeremy Liebman.14Sturtevant’s Untitled (Empire State), 1997, in their L.A. apartment. Photograph by Jeremy Liebman.15A detail of Doug Aitken’s 2010 Sonic dining table, which can be played like a percussion instrument. Photograph by Jeremy Liebman.16Work by Michele Quan, a favorite young artist of Chivaratanond’s. Photograph by Jeremy Liebman.17A Serge Mouille ceiling lamp above the Sonic dining table in the couple’s L.A. apartment. Photograph by Jeremy Liebman.18Tired Seat P., 2005, by Nari Ward, in their Manhattan loft. Photograph by Shawn Brackbill.