Opening today at Space 15 Twenty, 69 + Assembly New York Pop Up features a curated selection of work from various designers and artists from the east and west coasts, including one-of-a-kind collaborations made specifically for the project. Opening party tonight, June 7th from 6pm – 9pm with musical guests Pharaohs and Lovefingers. RSVP@Space15Twenty.com and on Facebook. 69 + Assembly New York Pop-Up Open June 7th – 30th 12pm – 7pm everyday. Sneak peak of… [read more »]
The model of this “Catalan Pavilion,” built by the artist Martí Anson at the center of Palais de Tokyo, is borrowed from a holiday home constructed by the artist’s father himself in the 1970s. This statement, a contribution to the workingman’s autonomy, becomes a sculptural project, both an homage and a pledge. The construction of the Pavilion will stop once available funding is exhausted, highlighting the limits of the institution and questioning our society capitalist systems of production.
On view at Palais de Tokyo through September, 9th 2013.