ELLEdecor.it
X

Questo sito utilizza cookie, inclusi cookie di terze parti. Alcuni cookie ci aiutano a migliorare la navigazione nel sito, altri sono finalizzati a inviare messaggi pubblicitari mirati. Continuando la navigazione nel sito acconsenti al loro impiego in conformità alla nostra Cookie Policy, che ti invitiamo pertanto a consultare. Accedendo alla nostra Cookie Policy, inoltre, potrai negare il consenso all'installazione dei cookie

Elle Decor Italia

What is happening in New York? The 4 things to see everyone is talking about

Jeff Koons, Carol Rama, Anish Kapoor, and Robert Rauschenberg are the stars of the art events livening up New York City during Design Week 2017

4-things-to-see- in-new-york-contemporary-art

Descension, by Anish Kapoor at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Photo: James Ewing, Public Art Fund, NY © Anish Kapoor, 2017

 

Jeff Koons, Carol Rama, Anish Kapoor, and Robert Rauschenberg. These are the names you hear about among art enthusiasts in New York right now. And with good reason: here’s why these are the exhibitions of the moment.

 

Jeff Koons: Seated Ballerina

It would be impossible to overlook her. Almost 14-metres-tall, the gigantic inflatable ballerina by Jeff Koons towers above the square in front of the Rockefeller Center (until June 2nd). It is reminiscent of a delicate porcelain figurine, which, instead of finding itself amid ancient laces, has been placed in the midst of skyscrapers. A project by Art Production Fund and Kiehl’s Since 1851 everyone is raving about. Even on social media (read also → Una ballerina a Manhattan).

www.rockefellercenter.com

Seated Ballerina, 2017 © Jeff Koons / Photo: Tom Powel Imaging 

 

Carol Rama: Antibodies

The largest American exhibition of the works by one of the most interesting Italian artists of the last century: Carol Rama. On display until September 9th, besides paintings and drawings, also objects and installations that talk about her magnetic interest for the human body always linked, by the eccentric and independent-minded Turin native, to concepts like sacrifice, desire, repression, and liberation. A must-see.

 

www.newmuseum.org

 Carol Rama: Antibodies, 2017. New Museum, New York. Photo: Maris Hutchinson / EPW Studio

Anish Kapoor: Descension

The much-treasured Public Art Fund, which realised some of the most interesting works of public art in the world, celebrates its first 40 years with a spectacular installation. Until September 10th, in Brooklyn Bridge Park will be on show Anish Kapoor’s famed work Descension: a water eddy being constantly sucked into a hypnotic vortex. For the occasion, it was decided not to dye the water black, but to leave it in its natural colour, to achieve a direct connection with the adjacent East River.

www.publicartfund.org

 

Descension, by Anish Kapoor at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Photo: James Ewing, Public Art Fund, NY © Anish Kapoor, 2017

Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends!          

Until September 17th, MoMA presents the first 21st century retrospective dedicated to the renowned American artist, one of the forerunners of the Pop Art movement. Over 250 pieces are on display, including paintings, sculptures, and photos, as well as audio and video recordings, which document Rauschenberg’s contributions in the fields of dance and performing art.  An open monograph, as defined by the organisers, who wanted to show also the works of other prominent artists (among them, John Cage, Cy Twombly, and Susan Weil) Rauschenberg had an intense exchange of ideas with.

www.moma.org

 

The performane Pelican, by Robert Rauschenberg as seen by Peter Moore (1963), 1965. © Barbara Moore/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

 

Right: Signs, by Robert Rauschenberg (1970). © 2017 Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. Left: Gift for Apollo, by Robert Rauschenberg (1959). The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, The Panza Collection


by Annalisa Rosso / 29 May 2017

CORNER

New York Design Week collection

[New York Design Week]

5 new buildings in New York

The world’s most beautiful skyline is changing its face

progetti

[New York Design Week]

New York underwater

Two film makers imagine New York underwater due to global warming

New York

[New York Design Week]

Italians feted in Soho

New York City once more in love with Made in Italy design

New York Design Week 2017

[New York Design Week]

3 exhibitions in New York

The best addresses for design-lovers

mostre

[New York Design Week]

The electric wallpaper!

Flavor Paper and UM Project launch a 3D wallpaper

New York Design Week 2017

[New York Design Week]

Summer in New York

5 Top waterfront restaurants for a summer in the Big Apple

itineraries

[New York Design Week]

Design influencers

7 profiles to follow during New York Design Week 2017

New York Design Week 2017

[New York Design Week]

WantedDesign 2017

All the novelties from the 7th edition of the NY design fair

new york design week

[New York Design Week]

NYCxDesign on Instagram

5 Unmissable accounts to follow live the NY design kermesse

new york design week 2017

Hearst Magazines Italia

©2017 HEARST MAGAZINES ITALIA SPA - RIPRODUZIONE RISERVATA - P. IVA 12212110154 | VIA ROBERTO BRACCO, 6, 20159, MILANO – ITALY

Pubblicità | Link utili | Cookies policy | privacy policy siti web