The Ivey family proves you don't have to follow life's rules to end up happy. They're not hipster cool, wouldn't know which nightclubs are better than others and probably couldn't point you to the next thing that's going to 'blow up.' But James and Lindy Ivey (and their son Kiva) are a hoot to be around and make this divorce-riddled age of cynicism seem like an anachronism. Their surrealist-inspired art is equally fun and strange.
This may be due to the Iveys' role as art-world outsiders. Lacking any trace of pretension, their house is relaxed and warm, the d