Sculpture Displays Take Shape At Tate
posted: 05-07-09
Michael Craig Martin Four Identical Boxes With Lids Reversed 1969
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As part of DLA Piper Series: This is Sculpture,"artist Michael Craig-Martin will select and arrange works from the Tate Collection to focus on the complex ways that sculpture informs our understanding and experience of the physical world"  In the exhibit, which started May 1, Craig-Martin aims to "create a new context for the works in the collection" by taking over three of he Tate's gallerys and painting each one "a different vivid colour, centred around a new large-scale wall drawing made specially for the space."    "Masterpieces from Michael Craig-Martin’s section of the display include Amedeo Modigliani’s Head (1911-2), Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain (1917, replica 1964), Pablo Picasso’s Cock (1932, cast 1952), Donald Judd’s Untitled (1973), and Franz West’s Viennoiserie (1998)."

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