Sharp Edits in a SoHo Loft Spotlight the Owner’s Art Collection

Sharp Edits in a SoHo Loft Spotlight the Owner’s Art Collection

By Marni Elyse Katz
Architect Kyle O’Donnell of Gramercy Design finds the perfect place for every piece, from Andy Warhol skate decks to a Mickey Mouse sculpture.

"I’m a Warhol-phile," says Marc Fichera, a sales associate with The Stein Team at Sotheby’s International Realty in Manhattan. Indeed, a colorful array of skate decks depicting Andy Warhol’s iconic Campbell’s Soup cans greets visitors in the entry of Marc’s home, a 1,000-square foot loft in the SoHo-Cast Iron District. He also has two prints, one photograph, and one Polaroid by the pop artist along with pieces by other LGBTQ+ artists. All figure prominently in the unit he shares with Dustin Zuber, a stylist at luxury e-commerce site The Editorialist.

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