SALOMON MUSEUM R. GUGGENHEIM (NEW YORK, USA)

25 October 2016
A super

From March 13th to May 6th 2015, the Guggenheim Museum (1071 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10128-0173) exposes the winner of the 2014 Hugo Boss award : Paul Chan. http://www.guggenheim.org

The artist’s installation - Non projections for New Lovers - displays video projectors connected to shoes thus expressing the indecipherable impressions that roam around everyone’s head. I prefer his video for the 53rd Venice Art Biennale dealing with Sade, sexuality, freedom and ethics (interview with Selina Ting in InitiArt Magazine).

http://www.initiartmagazine.com/interview.php?IVarchive=2

However, through his multiple works (charcoal drawings, documentaries, etc.), his publishing company Badlands Unlimited turns up as most interesting.http://badlandsunlimited.com

Hugo Boss, Katherine Brinson (curator) and her assistant Susan Thompson must be thanked for this fine american exhibit.http://www.hugoboss.com

Meanwhile, Michel Destot – Isère’s representative in France – is visiting my Paris workshop and a collaboration with the musician Jannick Top (Magma, Infernal Machina) is setting up for an installation-projection-concert to come...

http://www.micheldestot.fr/actualites/bernard-gast-un-artiste-proteiforme/

http://jannicktop.com

Paul Chan – Sade for Sade's Sake (2009), Projection on 3 channels (5h 45mn), © Paul Chan

Paul Chan – Sade for Sade's Sake (2009), Projection on 3 channels (5h 45mn), © Paul Chan

Bernard Gast – Qui êtes-vous ? / Who are you ? (2008), Paintless-Painting (1, 30 x 3, 09 m) ©Adagp

Bernard Gast – Qui êtes-vous ? / Who are you ? (2008), Paintless-Painting (1, 30 x 3, 09 m) ©Adagp