• 21 OCT a 14 ABR
    Exposición Colectiva
    New Pictures of Common Objects

    Categoría

    • Exposición Colectiva
    • Contemporaneo
    • Artistas Emergentes

    Fechas y horarios

    21 OCT 2012 a 14 ABR 2013

    Lugar del evento

    MoMA - Museum of Modern Art

    New York City
    United States

    Artistas

    Información

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    Artists today have a very different relationship to mass consumption and images than artists who first engaged with these topics in the 1960s. Recent technology has created a vast archive of images that is easily accessible by computer, smartphone, and other devices. Technology has also amplified the flexible nature of pictures—early pop culture envisioned throngs of passive consumers while individuals today engage with imagery as active participants. Twenty-first century images are not only distributed from central hubs, but are rapidly circulated and exchanged among peers. The decentralized model has flattened hierarchies, fostering a sense of equivalence and ambiguity in which making, consuming, and sharing are all regarded as creative acts. The five emerging artists in the exhibition engage with images as raw material to create sculptures, videos, photographs, and installations. They recognize the elastic and diffuse nature of images, utilizing pictures to challenge expectations of genre, form, and meaning.

    The exhibition features artists Trisha Baga, Lucas Blalock, Josh Kline, Margaret Lee, and Helen Marten.

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