Thursday, August 2, 2018

Fwd: 5 to See: Trailers from Top Summer Shows





Reflecting on life in the digital age through installation, photography and fine art,
current shows push the boundaries of media. Watch trailers from global galleries' summer shows.

Lee Bul: Crashing, Hayward Gallery, London

Crashing explores Bul's diverse and extensive career, highlighting the artist's multidisciplinary ventures across disciplines such as painting, sculpture and performance. Until 19 August.
> Watch trailer


I Was Raised on the Internet, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

The show concentrates on a specific moment in time – the period from 1998 to the present day – in order to explore the rapid cultural shifts the world has experienced. Until 14 October. > Watch trailer


teamLab Planets Tokyo

Offering seven fantastical installations, this new exhibition space is a sensory playground, as the visually striking works encourage active participation. Ongoing until Fall 2020.
> Watch trailer


Sabine Weiss: Les Villes, La Rue, L'Autre, Centre Pompidou, Paris

Investigating the post war years, Weiss' images pair social realism with an interest in form and composition, using light and shadow to capture timeless, personal moments. Until 15 October.
> Watch trailer


Doug Aitken, Copenhagen Contemporary

Presented on a monumental circular screen, Aitken's Song 1 is an all-encompassing video piece that leads viewers into a mesmerising cinematic space. Until 30 December.
> Watch trailer


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