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GUGGENHEIM BILBAO

GUGGENHEIM BILBAO

the wonderfully futuristic guggenheim bilbao opened 15 years ago. when i first saw a picture of it, i immediately put it on my list. there’s a lot to be said so i’ll try to be brief. in case you want more details, you know what to do.

ANISH KAPOOR FLOP?

visitors who went to see ascension, anish kapoor’s installation in basilica di san giorgio in venice were not impressed with the experience. supposedly one of the biennale’s highlights, the work was meant to be a whisp of smoke raising to the ceiling and becoming a seemingly solid pillar, playing on the material/immaterial theme. the first visitors...
ANISH KAPOOR'S PARIS MONSTER

ANISH KAPOOR’S PARIS MONSTER

i love anish kapoor and i’m now calculating how can i make happen a trip to paris to see leviathan, his show at grand palais. it’s not possible though: the deadline is 23.06 … it’s part of monumenta, a publicly-funded art show that has artists “furnish” the grand palais space. for images from the opening, click...
KANAZAWA - THE COOL MUSEUM

KANAZAWA – THE COOL MUSEUM

as i was saying, today i’ll focus on the art in the 21st century museum of contemporary art. the permanent collection includes a series of unexpected pieces: the swimming pool by leandro erlich, the green bridge by patrick blanc, the man who measures the clouds by jan fabre, the origin of the world by anish kapoor, etc. the temporary...
IN THE MEANTIME...

IN THE MEANTIME…

– tate modern welcomes miro between april the 14th and september the 11th. – albertina opens a new roy lichtenstein show called black & white 1961-1968. it opens on january the 27th and it ends on may the 15th. – last, but not least, anish kapoor has his first show ever in india. it opened...

PINCHUK ART CENTER

back in july, i spent a week in kiev. my parents had told me a thousand stories about this beautiful city, so, when i had the chance, i took it. but i like to see the future not the past when i travel so i was worried that perhaps the balance between the two will...

TOKYO day 4

more art: the husein chalayan exhibition in the museum of contemporary art. i loved it. i also liked the regular collection of the museum and the beautiful basement bistro. they were recycling silver cutlery from the hilton. cool! and then: la piece de résistance: anish kapoor in a tiny gallery in ueno. i could have...