Urban Alchemy/Gordon Matta-Clark, The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, St. Louis, MO


Installation view October 30, 2009 – June 5, 2010 The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts present the exhibition, Urban Alchemy/Gordon Matta-Clark. The artist Gordon Matta-Clark (1943-1978) used neglected structures slated for demolition as his raw material. He carved out sections of buildings with a power saw in order to reveal their hidden construction, to provide new ways of perceiving space, and to create metaphors for the human condition. He spoke of his work as an […]

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Susumu Shingu: Planet of Wind and Water, Galerie Jaeger Bucher, Paris, France


  Installation view May 15 – September 26, 2009 The gallery announces an exhibition of sculptures by Japanese artist Susumu Shingu. After the success of the first presentation Breathing sculptures, this second show entitled Planet of Wind and Water presents 10 new indoor sculptures of wind and water accompanied by works on paper. The show also introduces the diorama of Breathing Earth, Shingu’s most ambitious art project consisting in the construction of a self-sufficient village […]

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Art and Architecture: An Interview with Brad Cloepfi (Part I), PORT, August 11, 2008


  Allied Works Architecture Maryhill Overlook, 1999 Photo by Sally Schoolmaster  “Brad Cloepfil is the principal of Allied Works Architecture in Portland, Oregon. Allied Works is a nationally recognized architecture firm that has recently completed projects like the extension to the Seattle Art Museum, the Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis and is currently finishing the Museum of Art & Design at 2 Columbus Circle in New York. PORT recently sat down with him to […]

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