If you’re heading to New York before the end of June, do check out Paul Chan’s installation The Seven
Lights. It’s by far the winner between the Tomma Abts/Double Album/Paul Chan shows at the New Museum.
The New Museum is an art installation space devoted to showing contemporary artworks only (I think from only within the past ten years). They are a non-collecting museum and moved recently from their tiny Chelsea location to their breathable, architecturally interesting site near Chinatown on Bowery.Contact
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Lennon’s on sale again, ya’ll: The 55th Carnegie International at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, just opened a couple of weeks ago. I have yet to see it, but loved visually groping the pix posted on Artforum.com’s website of all the lawmen and sailors during the opening.
Our invitation to the Brillobox afterparty must have been lost in the mail.
Giuseppe Arcimboldo, the 16th century Italian painter, has work featured in the KH Museum, Vienna, through late June 2008.
Arcimboldo is well known for creating images of people’s faces using fruit, vegetables, books, tools and other objects. His work was popularized in the twentieth century when the Dadaists and Surrealists cited him as a forebear. [Read more]