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nicole eboni  the role of a artist is exactly the same as the role of a lover if I love you I have to make you conscious of the things you dont see. - james baldwin

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Pace: Maya Lin - Ebb and Flow, 11 new installations and sculptures that continues the artist’s investigation of water in its different states. The exhibition includes wall and floor pieces made from recycled silver, glass marbles, steel pins, and marble. ⚪️⚪️🎨

Venus over Manhattan: Jack Goldstein’s monumental works on canvas, produced between 1983 and 1990. Goldstein turned his attention to painting in 1979, after nearly a decade working almost exclusively in film. Having never made paintings, he began making large format canvases featuring appropriated imagery using an airbrush. He found images of spectacular occurrences in history and science textbooks of volcanic eruptions, lightning storms, and sun flares and enlarged them to monumental scales, bringing the content of the images to the verge of abstraction. 🌩🎨

Frank Stella - Marrakech, 1964, fluorescent alkyd on canvas. #frankstella

Donald Judd - Untitled, 1970, galvanized iron and acrylic sheet. #donaldjudd

Also at the MET Breuer: Ettore Sottsass: Design Radical, the Italian architect and designer Ettore Sottsass created a vast body of work, the result of an exceptionally productive career that spanned more than six decades. This exhibition reevaluates Sottsass's career in a presentation of key works in a range of media, presenting Sottsass's work in dialogue with ancient and contemporaneous objects that inspired him, as well as his influence on designers working today.🎨 #Sottsass

Bruce Nauman - Human Nature/Life Death, 1983, neon tubing with clear glass suspension frames. #brucenauman

Yayoi Kusama - Ladder, 1963, mixed media. #yayoikusama

Peter Saul - Criminal Being Executed, 1964, oil on canvas. #petersaul

Delirious - Art at the Limits of Reason, 1950–1980. Delirious times demand delirious art, or so this exhibition proposes. The years between 1950 and 1980 were beset by upheaval. Artists responded to these developments by incorporating absurdity, disorder, nonsense, disorientation, and repetition into their work. In the process, they destabilize space and perception, give form to extreme mental, emotional, and physical states, and derange otherwise logical structures and techniques. Delirious explores the embrace of irrationality among American, Latin American, and European artists. 🎨 #DeliriousMet

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