NYC Makers Biennial is at the MAD
currently, and last week I got to see it with a few art friends (Vivien
). There was some outstanding work there, but overall I can say that I was a bit underwhelmed by it. A few details did catch my eye and I'll share them with you here.
|shadows made by a urethane resin piece by Gaetano Pesce|
|the edge of the above piece|
|fab texture in a costume for The Knight of the Round Table from King Arthur's Camelot for the Cincinnati Ballet, made by Parsons-Meares Ltd, Sandra Woodall, designer|
|more texture from the above|
|fantastical feathers in a hat titled Blackbird by Harriet Rosebud|
|shadows made by fiberglass mannequins from Ralph Pucci|
|cement texture of Moonmilk by Chen Chen and Kai Williams|
MAD is one of my favorite museums in NYC. And their permanent collection is fantastic, do check it out if you're in the neighborhood.