May 29, 2011
Arrested Motion // Openings: Black Swan @ Regen Projects
Posted on February 28, 2011 by Susie Lee
Oscar Weekend, AM attended the Black Swan inspired group show at Regen Projects, which featured an A-list lineup with names like Matthew Barney, Richard Prince, Dan Graham, Glenn Ligon, and Anish Kapoor.  The exhibion explores the illusion of dualities described in Darren Aronofsky’s chilling psycho-drama: black vs. white, purity vs. sexuality, and  apparition vs. reality.  The works strive to examine the tension between  these spaces, deconstructing their presumed boundaries.  The pieces  quite literally reflect this sentiment, with black and white monochrome  images paired with reflective mirrored pieces, including Walead Beshty’s  mirrored floor.  The exhibition is curated by Dominic Sidhu, who  curated a series of artworks that appear in the movie.
More photos after the jump…
 
       Rachel Kneebone    Anish Kapoor    Ugo Rondinone    Katharina Fritsch      Dan Graham    Glenn Ligon    Karen Kilimnik    Richard Prince    Wolfgang Tillmans    Banks Violette    Richard Phillips    Nick Maus    Matthew Barney    Wade Guyton    Christopher Wool    Anish Kapoor  This entry was posted in Contemporary Art, Openings, Shows & Events and tagged Academy Awards, Anish Kapoor, Banks Violette, Black Swan, Christopher Wool, Contemporary Art, Dan Graham, Darren Aronofsky, Douglas Gordon, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Glenn Ligon, Karen Kilimnik, Katharina Fritsch, Matthew Barney, Nick Mauss, Ocsars, Oscars, Pierre Huyghe, Rachel Kneebone, Regen Projects, Richard Phillips, Richard Prince, Sergej Jensen, Ugo Rondinone, Wade Guyton, Walead Beshty, Wolfgang Tillmans. Bookmark the permalink.

Arrested Motion // Openings: Black Swan @ Regen Projects

Posted on by Susie Lee


Oscar Weekend, AM attended the Black Swan inspired group show at Regen Projects, which featured an A-list lineup with names like Matthew Barney, Richard Prince, Dan Graham, Glenn Ligon, and Anish Kapoor. The exhibion explores the illusion of dualities described in Darren Aronofsky’s chilling psycho-drama: black vs. white, purity vs. sexuality, and apparition vs. reality. The works strive to examine the tension between these spaces, deconstructing their presumed boundaries. The pieces quite literally reflect this sentiment, with black and white monochrome images paired with reflective mirrored pieces, including Walead Beshty’s mirrored floor. The exhibition is curated by Dominic Sidhu, who curated a series of artworks that appear in the movie.

More photos after the jump…

 


This entry was posted in Contemporary Art, Openings, Shows & Events and tagged Academy Awards, Anish Kapoor, Banks Violette, Black Swan, Christopher Wool, Contemporary Art, Dan Graham, Darren Aronofsky, Douglas Gordon, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Glenn Ligon, Karen Kilimnik, Katharina Fritsch, Matthew Barney, Nick Mauss, Ocsars, Oscars, Pierre Huyghe, Rachel Kneebone, Regen Projects, Richard Phillips, Richard Prince, Sergej Jensen, Ugo Rondinone, Wade Guyton, Walead Beshty, Wolfgang Tillmans. Bookmark the permalink.

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