A consistent theme in Marc Camille Chaimowicz’s 50-year career — and in his life — has been the blurring of lines. Born in Paris in 1947 to a French Catholic mother and a Polish Jewish father, he grew up in London and made a name for himself there in the 1970s by merging performance and installation art. He has created not only paintings, sculptures, collages, and drawings, but also furniture, textiles, lighting, and wallpaper, using his own living space as both subject and object of his creative expression. He thus interweaves art and everyday life, the fine and decorative arts, the public and the private. The immersive Marc Camille Chaimowicz: Your Place or Mine… is his first solo exhibition in the United States.