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A Great Window

The antique Guevara Gallery also participated in the proposal and its owners were able to experience the interest aroused in the field of decoration. "The experience was rewarding because we had direct contact with many decorators and architects, both domestic and international, who were very interested in investing in art. In turn we could link up with people of fashion and film and television production, "said Luis Guevara, president of the firm that bears his name.

The Guevara assumed the challenge of capturing the history d the film John and Eva, Paula Luque and that had the help of Javier Iturrioz, if any expert hand "We had an advantage: they had rented furniture for the film. So people are entertained trying to remember what each piece scene appear and object, Art Deco all made “between 1920 and 1940 ”. In Guevara's words “we note that the show evolves each year and attracts an audience who appreciate fine works of art.” Is that antiques have regained prominence in the environments, and also noted that during the days of the sample. “The antique dealers have a close relationship with architects and decorators, we try to advise our experience and knowledge for the incorporation of old with modern combine in harmony. Of course, there are styles that are more combinable than others, as in the case of Art Deco furniture. Even the most played, combining contemporary furniture with the 60 and 70 is desirable. You have to know the color to work environments are not saturated.” Note the specialist.