Posts Tagged ‘Moma’

ROBERT HEINECKEN
para-photographer

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014

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ROBERT HEINECKEN para-photographer
The Moma museum offers first retrospective Object Matter of the groundbreaking work of Robert Heinecken since he died in 2006. He has devoted his life to making art and teaching. He came of age artistically in 1960s Los Angeles, where the burgeoning art scene provided ways to experimentation. Heinecken has always pushed the boundaries between mediums and also between high and popular culture. Heinecken described himself as a para-photographer because his work stood beside or beyond traditional notions of the medium.
Photo report by Pascal GILLET

MOMA
The Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 Street
New York, NY

MOMA colorfull

Tuesday, May 6th, 2014

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MOMA colorfull
Selected artists viewed at the MOMA… on the POP ART color fingerprints!
Photo by Pascal Gillet

MOMA
11 W 53rd St
New York, NY 10019

MOMA museum architecture

Saturday, May 3rd, 2014

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MOMA museum architecture
The model for MoMA is Manhattan itself, says its architect, Yoshio Taniguchi.
The Sculpture Garden is Central Park, and around it is a city with buildings of various functions and purpose. MoMA is a microcosm of Manhattan.
Photo by Pascal gillet

PIN UP and SUPER HEROES

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

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PIN UP and SUPER HEROES
Impossible to escape Pin-Up and Superheroes iconic representations in America… movies, museums, tee-shirts, accessories or even in the street!
They’re everywhere! They pass through out the Pulp Culture of the years 1920th and emerged to the pantheon of the Pop CultureGodlike, they reflect part of our history in the 20th century.
Here in the New York streets, near MOMA.
Photo by Pascal Gillet

A TRIBUTE TO LE CORBUSIER

Monday, September 23rd, 2013

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In its final days, Le Corbusier exhibition: An Atlas of Modern Landscapes takes visitors on a retrospective journey through the influential oeuvre of Swiss born architect Charles-Édouard Jeanneret (1887-1965).  The first major exhibition to honor Le Corbusier at the Museum of Modern Art, the exhibit showcases Jeanneret’s megalomaniacal work as an architect, interior designer, writer, artist, city planner, and photographer. From Jeanneret’s animated urban plans for Algiers to the precise model for the iconic Villa Savoye, guest curator Jean-Louis Cohen emphasized Le Corbusier’s focus on the modular dialogue between the interior and exterior in all of the pieces on display. Pieces such as the seashells Jeanneret collected from his seaside property on the gulf of Monte Carlo, juxtaposed with the French mountaintop chapel at Ronchamp whose sculpted concrete roof largely resembles a shell itself distinctly exemplify the architects fascination with the interplay between indoor space and its natural surroundings.
The exhibit was on view at MoMA through September 23rd before moving to Barcelona and Madrid next year.

Words and photographs by Leila Samii

MOMA
11 W 53rd St
New York, NY 10019
USA