Erkunde Moma, Ausstellungen und noch mehr!

Here is the zoomed back view of Yoiyoi Kusama's Accumulation No. 1. http://momaps1.org/exhibitions/view/403

Here is the zoomed back view of Yoiyoi Kusama's Accumulation No. 1. http://momaps1.org/exhibitions/view/403

Chewing rocks wouldn’t usually appeal, but when they are made of daft wobbly jelly, why not indulge. Juxtaposing rare gem hors d’oeuvres, a succulent steak slab and marbled french fancies - Edible Earth series is served up with a masculine and sardonic wi…

Chewing rocks wouldn’t usually appeal, but when they are made of daft wobbly jelly, why not indulge. Juxtaposing rare gem hors d’oeuvres, a succulent steak slab and marbled french fancies - Edible Earth series is served up with a masculine and sardonic wi…

Typography at Maison Rouge Neon exhibition, black and white film, analog

Néon, who’s afraid of red, yellow and blue ?

Typography at Maison Rouge Neon exhibition, black and white film, analog

The third MOMA exhibit I enjoyed included everyday objects. Yoiyoi Kusama, one of my favorite artists showed Accumulation No.1, her earliest sculpture in which she hand sewed all the elements. She said, ”I make them and make them and then keep on making them until I bury myself in the process. I call this obliteration.” She has since made accumulations of various materials of all sorts. Not all are as humorous and sexualized as this one.

The third MOMA exhibit I enjoyed included everyday objects. Yoiyoi Kusama, one of my favorite artists showed Accumulation No.1, her earliest sculpture in which she hand sewed all the elements. She said, ”I make them and make them and then keep on making them until I bury myself in the process. I call this obliteration.” She has since made accumulations of various materials of all sorts. Not all are as humorous and sexualized as this one.

One more example of visually and conceptually compelling work from the show at MoMA, Lutz Bacher's Magic Mountain foam shapes.

One more example of visually and conceptually compelling work from the show at MoMA, Lutz Bacher's Magic Mountain foam shapes.

A piece by Tory Thorton-

A piece by Tory Thorton-

This is a mixed media work by Kaya.

This is a mixed media work by Kaya.

This is the painting by Moira Dryer described in the tag I posted below.

This is the painting by Moira Dryer described in the tag I posted below.

A fabulous exhibition of new work by Lynda Benglis is on view at the Cheim & Read Gallery at 547 West 25th Street in Chelsea through October 22nd. http://www.cheimread.com/exhibitions/2014-01-16_lynda-benglis

A fabulous exhibition of new work by Lynda Benglis is on view at the Cheim & Read Gallery at 547 West 25th Street in Chelsea through October 22nd. http://www.cheimread.com/exhibitions/2014-01-16_lynda-benglis

Theme of Life / Loss

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