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Judd at MoMA

Donald Judd, a man who ironically refused to label himself a sculptor, revolutionized the art world throughout the latter half of the 20th century with his commanding stacks and minimal, three-dimensional artwokrs. True to Judd's reclusive nature, as the world remains in quarantine, the curators of The Museum of Modern Art have found a unique way to pay homage to the late artist - whose career-spa...

Date:

March 1, 2020 - July 11, 2020

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Judd at MoMA


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Jean Prouvé 21 Seats to Color

'Jean Prouvé - 21 Seats to Color,' published by Paris's Galerie Patrick Seguin, honors the career of the late French architect while drawing - quite literally - on the creative nostalgia conjured up through the act of coloring. The simple and relaxing pastime is given a creative edge when combined with Prouvé’s iconic seating designs; as one becomes both captivated and curious to learn more about ...


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Design is One

Design is One tells the story of the lives and work of Lella and Massimo Vignelli. This modernist design power couple has likely been a part of all of our lives since we can remember; their work graces the eyes of people across the world often without many of them ever noticing that it's there. As the documentary evidences, it is in this ability to know where design should start and end, to balanc...


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Small Scale Subversion: Mail Art and Artistamps

Written by alternative artist John Held Jr, 'Small Scale Subversion: Mail Art and Artistamps' is a book that dives deeply into the highly niched art of mail and mail stamps. A simple and creative platform to a seemingly endless variety of artistic ideas, the artist postage stamps- or as they’re called here, artistamps- created their own world within the art community of creators and collectors. Bo...


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Andy Warhol at The Tate Modern

Andy Warhol’s artwork is nothing short of iconic, and his name has become synonymous with ‘the king of pop art.’ There is a legendary quality to his continued influence in the art world and greater pop culture. It has gone on to be commemoratedby way of countless exhibitions and institutional collections as well as reinterpreted across spheres of art and design. “Warhol” is symbolic of a persona,...

Date:

Until September 6, 2020

Location:

Tate Modern, London, UK


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Visual Acoustics

Eric Bricker’s Documentary Film, Visual Acoustics, takes us through the life, art, and inspiration of acclaimed architectural photographer, Julius Schulman. Through interviews, archived video, on site explorations, and playful outlines of Modernist architecture’s history key players, Visual Acoustics brings to light the perhaps overlooked importance of Julius Schulman and of architecture photograp...

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