Presidio Heights Collection

This is a collection of contemporary masterpieces that LSS Art Advisory built in collaboration with our two deeply philanthropic clients. Interior designer Nicole Hollis and Bay Area architect Stephen Willrich blended drama and minimal elegance in their design of the home, allowing the client's incredible collection of art to truly shine.

YAYOI KUSAMA
YAYOI KUSAMA
DOUG AITKEN
DOUG AITKEN
KEITH HARING
KEITH HARING
DONALD JUDD
DONALD JUDD
GEORG BASELITZ
GEORG BASELITZ
RASHID JOHNSON
RASHID JOHNSON
JENNY HOLZER
JENNY HOLZER
GEORGE CONDO
GEORGE CONDO
LORNA SIMPSON
LORNA SIMPSON
FRED EVERSLEY + GEORGE CONDO
FRED EVERSLEY + GEORGE CONDO
STERLING RUBY
STERLING RUBY
MARK BRADFORD
MARK BRADFORD
JOSEF ALBERS + RICHARD PRINCE
JOSEF ALBERS + RICHARD PRINCE
ALICE NEEL
ALICE NEEL
OLAFUR ELIASSON
OLAFUR ELIASSON
WOLFGANG TILLMANS
WOLFGANG TILLMANS
DIANA AL-HADID
DIANA AL-HADID
LISA YUSKAVAGE
LISA YUSKAVAGE
ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE
ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE
MARY WEATHERFORD
MARY WEATHERFORD
MARK GROTJAHN
MARK GROTJAHN
MARILYN MINTER
MARILYN MINTER
RICHARD SERRA
RICHARD SERRA
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YAYOI KUSAMA

YAYOI KUSAMA

Perfectly nestled in the Guggenheim inspired main staircase is our favorite ‘art moment’ of the whole project — this sumptuous bronze pumpkin by the global sensation Yayoi Kusama. We love how Kusama’s iconic polka dots mesh with the organic form of this sculpture, connecting the foyer of this home with the natural world just outside the front door.

DOUG AITKEN

DOUG AITKEN

California multimedia artist Doug Aitken brings an unexpected element of fun to this bold library with his signature medium, the lightbox.

KEITH HARING

KEITH HARING

This sophisticated and minimal work on paper by American street artist and social activist Keith Haring, sings against the tonality of Nicole Hollis’ custom walls of the dining room.

DONALD JUDD

DONALD JUDD

Given that this collection began with a love of Minimalism, it was very important to acquire a powerful work by the progenitor of the movement, American artist Donald Judd. This iconic red “stack” work is emblematic of his commitment to using repeated forms to explore space and how it can be used

GEORG BASELITZ

GEORG BASELITZ

RASHID JOHNSON

RASHID JOHNSON

JENNY HOLZER

JENNY HOLZER

GEORGE CONDO

GEORGE CONDO

LORNA SIMPSON

LORNA SIMPSON

In 2019 the acclaimed artist Lorna Simpson opened her first exhibition with Hauser & Wirth with a suite of new, large-scale paintings inspired by the arctic landscape and theories on color, race and identity.

FRED EVERSLEY + GEORGE CONDO

FRED EVERSLEY + GEORGE CONDO

STERLING RUBY

STERLING RUBY

MARK BRADFORD

MARK BRADFORD

Here Bradford has incorporated half-hidden networks of nylon rope, which fracture the field of white and red paint, occasionally revealing the collaged paper beneath. Bradford is acclaimed for this unique artistic language, known as “social abstraction” rooted in his experiences growing up in Los Angeles.

JOSEF ALBERS + RICHARD PRINCE

JOSEF ALBERS + RICHARD PRINCE

Our clients have long been interested in media and advertising and were drawn to the work of Richard Prince, an artist known for pioneering the use of appropriated imagery. After a long search, we secured this piece which combines the Joke series and Prince’s iconic Marlborough Cowboy imagery with the elegant collaged background.

ALICE NEEL

ALICE NEEL

OLAFUR ELIASSON

OLAFUR ELIASSON

Scandinavian artist, Olafur Eliasson, brings a refined minimalism and environmental justice to his art practice.

WOLFGANG TILLMANS

WOLFGANG TILLMANS

One of our favorite series is his Paper Drops works, where images of photographic paper are folded back on itself in a teardrop shape.

DIANA AL-HADID

DIANA AL-HADID

LISA YUSKAVAGE

LISA YUSKAVAGE

ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE

ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE

MARY WEATHERFORD

MARY WEATHERFORD

This work by Mary Weatherford goes beyond the typical two-dimensional abstract paintings by adding a slash of her signature neon across the front of canvas.

MARK GROTJAHN

MARK GROTJAHN

Best known for his ongoing investigation of perspective, Grotjahn combines gesture and geometry reflecting a range of art-historical influences from Russian Constructivism to Op Art.

MARILYN MINTER

MARILYN MINTER

RICHARD SERRA

RICHARD SERRA

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