Posts tagged: installation
A particularly comic detail from “The Flux and The Puddle” (2014), the centerpiece of David Altmejd's exhibition at Andrea Rosen Gallery, Juices (through March 8).
Chris Burden's “Beehive Bunker” (2006), from his thoroughly disappointing survey at the New Museum, Extreme Measures.
Up close with the spotted mannequins in Yayoi Kusama's “Repetitive Vision” (1996) at the Mattress Factory.
Margaret Lee's spotty installation “closer to right than wrong/ closer to wrong than right" (2014) at Jack Hanley Gallery (through March 9).
Yayoi Kusama's “Silver Shoes" (1976-77) at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Part of “Der Amerikanische Raum” (“The American Room,” 1994) installation from the Museum of Modern Art's excellent Isa Genzken retrospective (through March 10).
Sheila Pepe's “Your Granny's Not Square” (2008) from the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art's excellent exhibition Queer Threads Crafting Identity and Community (through March 16).
Caroline Wells Chandler's delightful “Untitled Cave Painting” (2013) from a recent studio visit with the artist. He will be one of five artists featured in a five-person show I'm curating at the 2014 SPRING/BREAK Art Show (March 6-9).
Another terrifying installation from Tyree Guyton’s Heidelberg Project.
Nathan Vincent's incredible “Locker Room” (2011), a full-scale locker room made of yarn, from the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art's excellent show Queer Threads (through March 16).