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nicoleeboni Chelsea life 18h

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nicoleeboni Freemium Crushed TV: Candy Crush Saga 2013, Crushed Loewe CRT tube TV, Chupa Chop mega chup giant lollipops, digital print on plexiglass. #candycrush 2d

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nicoleeboni MoMA PS1: Simon Denny -The Innovator's Dilemma, an exhibition that adopts the architectural typology of the industry tradeshow, staging literal platforms for content drawn from various recent bodies of Denny’s work. He typically finds the sources for his work within the materials, advertising, and packaging produced by technology and media companies, and often deploys graphic interfaces borrowed from commercial display to highlight connections between the utopian goals of the new media economy and those of historical modernism. 2d

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nicoleeboni Queens life 2d

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nicoleeboni Unknown Artist - Beckoning Cat, 1920, wood and chirimen silk. #lifeofcats 3d

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nicoleeboni Japan Society: Life of Cats: Selections from the Hiraki Ukiyo-e Collection, this is the first rotation an divided exhibition at the museum. The works displayed illustrate the depth of this mutual attraction by mining the wealth of bravura depictions of cats to be found in ukiyo-e woodblock prints of the Edo Period. With cross cultural and multi generational appeal, the exhibit takes view on a wild ride through Japan’s love affair with the feline. 3d

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nicoleeboni #throwbackthursday Installation view of Doubt+Belief by Barbara Kruger filling the lobby of the Hirshorn museum in Washington, DC. The entire space including the walls, floor, escalator sides are wrapped in her famous text printed vinyl, immersing in a spectacular hall of voices where words are either crafted by the artist or borrowed from the popular lexicon address, they conflict perceptions of democracy, power, and belief, circa November 2013. #barbarakruger 4d

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nicoleeboni Dominique Levy: opening to Alexander Calder’s Multum in Parvo, an exhibition exploring the ways in which Alexander Calder’s most diminutive works, ranging from thumb sized to thirty inches tall, share the same physical but via the tiniest details. Calder’s small sculptures are in an environment conceived by internationally admired architect Santiago Calatrava. Calatrava’s design honors the beauty and delicacy of Calder’s smaller sculptures and the architectural process in response to Calder’s ideas and work. 5d

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nicoleeboni Marianne Boesky: Hans Op de Beeck - The Drawing Room, an exhibition of new works by the artist featuring a new series of watercolors in which postmodern landscapes sit side by side with more universal, anonymous images. Alongside the watercolors are sculptures made from solid grey plaster. These monochromatic works combine conventional objects from the still life genre and life size arms (the artist’s) performing simple actions, these gestures bring poetry and solace into daily ritual, and the fossilized scenes from both sculpture and watercolor series.🏽 6d

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nicoleeboni Jack Hanley: Friend of the Devil, a group exhibition of works on paper incorporating narratives that are concurrently playful and grotesque. In their own way, each artist has crafted a cast of recurring characters, often uncanny or surreal, and concerned with the human condition. 🏻🏼🏽🏾 7d

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nicoleeboni LES 7d

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nicoleeboni Metro Pictures: Nina Beier, new work that elaborates interest in the relationship between objects and their representation, Beier presses Hermès silk neckties, with distinctive patterns, inside large frames with down jackets, sleeping bags, feathers and human hair wigs. The figures inside them semblance of an embryonic form, or animate the jackets, wigs and feathers as if caught in a sudden windstorm. Beier also selects photographs found on image banks and reproduces them using actual objects. Cast in clear resin inside oversized wine glasses and hollow glass mannequin heads, the individual objects are suspended in a paradoxical state in which they simultaneously remain independent things. 1w

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