News - Global Insights 15 April 2014
What? 'Troika - Persistent Illusions'
Where? The Daelim Museum. Seoul, Korea.
When? Now, until 10th December 2014
Currently at the The Daelim Museum, London-based art collective Troika, consisting of Eva Rucki, Conny Freyer and Sebastien Noel, will display their works. They embrace a variety of media, including sculpture, drawing and contemporary installation, the exhibition introduces Troika’s existing and new works. Many solo artists choose a theme or media and stick to it. However, with 3 sets of skills and ideas Troika create mixed media variety of contemporary works. Like fellow British artist Martin Creed they often bring a colourful sense of humour to modern day scenarios.
What? 'Marcel Wanders: Pinned Up At The Stedelijk'
Where? The Stedelijk Museum. Amsterdam, The Netherlands
When? Now, until 15th June 2014
Our very own Marcel Wanders is internationally renowned for his product, furniture and interior designs and is recognised as one of the most distinguished designers of the present day.
Marcel Wanders: Pinned Up At The Stedelijk, is the largest presentation of his work to-date and the first European survey exhibition of Wanders since 1999. Like many important designers, Wanders works covers multiple genres of design - check out this exhibition for a wonderful demonstration of how he plays with form, texture and materiality from product and furniture design up to interiors and large scale art direction.
What? 'House and Home'
Where? The National Building Museum. Washington, D.C., USA.
Transformations in technology and consumer culture have brought about enormous change in American domestic life. House and Home is an interactive exhibition taking the viewer from past to the present, challenging their ideas about what it means to be at home in America. The exhibition at The National building Museum presents an array of photographs, objects, models and films that take them on a tour of houses both familiar and surprising.
This is a truly ambitious and interactive exhibition, which stimulates the viewers senses across 2 and 3 dimensions. An exciting variety of stories about the American home to surprise, teach and entertain.