Exhibition/Site Review

The Unfinished Grid

After a discussion with a friend about The Greatest Grid exhibit at Museum of the City of New York, we made plans to go see it.  It was a nice day so I decided to ride my bicycle up 8th

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The Unfinished Grid

After a discussion with a friend about The Greatest Grid exhibit at Museum of the City of New York, we made plans to go see it.  It was a nice day so I decided to ride my bicycle up 8th

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Foreclosed: Rebuilding the American Dream

EXHIBITION REVIEW “FORECLOSED: REBUILDING THE AMERICAN DREAM” (MoMa)   In the beginning of February I had a chance to visit the Museum of Modern Art to see the small but very interesting and ambitious exhibition: “Foreclosed: Rebuilding the American Dream.”

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Foreclosed: Rebuilding the American Dream

EXHIBITION REVIEW “FORECLOSED: REBUILDING THE AMERICAN DREAM” (MoMa)   In the beginning of February I had a chance to visit the Museum of Modern Art to see the small but very interesting and ambitious exhibition: “Foreclosed: Rebuilding the American Dream.”

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Site review: New York State Pavilion, Queens

Architecture can be thought of as a mediator between mind and body: A practice of using thought to create possibilities and boundaries for the body. This is also in response to one of the problems of Modern era, which is

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Site review: New York State Pavilion, Queens

Architecture can be thought of as a mediator between mind and body: A practice of using thought to create possibilities and boundaries for the body. This is also in response to one of the problems of Modern era, which is

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The Low Line: Falling Down the Rabbit Hole

I first heard about the project called The Delancey Underground (also nicknamed the Low Line) when I was browsing TimeOut New York in search of something fun to do several weekends back.  When I got a glimpse of the project’s

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The Low Line: Falling Down the Rabbit Hole

I first heard about the project called The Delancey Underground (also nicknamed the Low Line) when I was browsing TimeOut New York in search of something fun to do several weekends back.  When I got a glimpse of the project’s

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A Night in Radio City

There are certain places in New York City that, at least for me, are so physically overwhelming and embody the spirit of the city so perfectly that experiencing them never gets old.  I’ve lived in this city for most of

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A Night in Radio City

There are certain places in New York City that, at least for me, are so physically overwhelming and embody the spirit of the city so perfectly that experiencing them never gets old.  I’ve lived in this city for most of

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Site Review: Taliesen West

Upon entering Frank Lloyd Wright’s renown Taliesin West, one is immediately struck with an awareness of place, time and proximity with nature. Wright’s architectural vision to incorporate the outdoor landscape with the interior of his structures is particularly apparent in

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Site Review: Taliesen West

Upon entering Frank Lloyd Wright’s renown Taliesin West, one is immediately struck with an awareness of place, time and proximity with nature. Wright’s architectural vision to incorporate the outdoor landscape with the interior of his structures is particularly apparent in

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The Whitney Biennial

It seems that with every Whitney Biennial there is a rush to define the theme of the exhibition and by extension, the current state of contemporary art in America, which is actually the defined purpose of the exhibition according to

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The Whitney Biennial

It seems that with every Whitney Biennial there is a rush to define the theme of the exhibition and by extension, the current state of contemporary art in America, which is actually the defined purpose of the exhibition according to

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EXHIBITION/SITE REVIEW – Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream – February 15–August 13, 2012 at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

EXHIBITION/SITE REVIEW Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream February 15–August 13, 2012 at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) The exhibition I will outline within this review is located at the MoMa in New York with the title Foreclosed: Rehousing the

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EXHIBITION/SITE REVIEW – Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream – February 15–August 13, 2012 at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

EXHIBITION/SITE REVIEW Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream February 15–August 13, 2012 at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) The exhibition I will outline within this review is located at the MoMa in New York with the title Foreclosed: Rehousing the

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Being, Singular, Plural

Being  Singular Plural is an artistic expression of Jean-Luc Nancy’s seminal work of the same name, Being Singular Plural. The exhibition was first presented in June 2010 in Deutsche Guggenheim, as “the first [to focus] exclusively on artistic production in

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Being, Singular, Plural

Being  Singular Plural is an artistic expression of Jean-Luc Nancy’s seminal work of the same name, Being Singular Plural. The exhibition was first presented in June 2010 in Deutsche Guggenheim, as “the first [to focus] exclusively on artistic production in

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“Triumph” exhibition review

  “A post-industrial Rococo master, Kris Kuksi obsessively arranges characters and architecture in asymmetric compositions with an exquisite sense of drama. Instead of stones and shells he uses screaming plastic soldiers, miniature engine blocks, towering spires and assorted debris to

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“Triumph” exhibition review

  “A post-industrial Rococo master, Kris Kuksi obsessively arranges characters and architecture in asymmetric compositions with an exquisite sense of drama. Instead of stones and shells he uses screaming plastic soldiers, miniature engine blocks, towering spires and assorted debris to

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