Multimedia artist Sam Durant's what #isamuseum project has always stayed with me.
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Louis Vuitton’s chairman Bernard Arnault wanted to offer Paris an exceptional new space for contemporary art. So he asked Frank Gehry to design an emblematic building-vessel “symbolizing the cultural calling of France”. Base's task was to create a logo and visual language that embodied the vision of the project’s two grandmasters.
Submitted by Wayne on Mon, 2014-10-13 03:37.
David Zwirner is pleased to present its first exhibition of Jason Rhoades’s work since Black Pussy in 2007. On view at 537 West 20th Street in New York, the show will be a reinstatement of the artist’s PeaRoeFoam project, which debuted at the gallery in 2002 (then located on Greene Street in SoHo) in the first of a trilogy of exhibitions that also brought it to Vienna and Liverpool the same year. A seminal work within Rhoades’s career, it has not been exhibited as a comprehensive presentation until now and many of the individual components are shown here for the first time since the original installations.
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All the cool young curators like Tim Goessens tell us that Sao Paulo's art scene is throbbing hot. Here's proof plenty in the form of a remarkably well thought out show that destabilized the idea of geographic codification as well as introducing the culturally rich idea of nodal/global inter-action. I've always loved the transculturalism of the new generation of Brazilian design innovators like the U-Mag contingent. This show codified the implications of the work of this brave new post-Deleuzian generation
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