Posts tagged ‘Print/Out’
Reading Print/Out: 20 Years in Print
Print/Out: General Idea
“Visitors are invited to take balloons that have floated to the ground.”
Now that’s a label you don’t typically see on the walls of a museum! Magi© Bullet (1992), by the Canadian artist’s group General Idea, is an installation of silver helium balloons that fills the ceiling of an exhibition space.
Print/Out: Felix Gonzalez-Torres
Perhaps you were one of the lucky ones to stumble across these billboards in New York City over the last several weeks?
Between February 20 and March 18, Felix Gonzalez-Torres’s “Untitled” (1991) peppered the New York skyline, on six billboards throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.
Welcome to Print Studio
Next Monday, January 23 is the opening of Print Studio, an interactive space were MoMA visitors are invited to explore the evolution of artistic practices relating to the medium of print.
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