Thursday, January 15, 2009

Power Plant/Nina Montmann/Haegue Yang in NOW Review

In December I mused here about my initial reactions to "If We Can't Get It Together", a group exhibition at the Power Plant curated by Stockholm's Nina Montmann. Today NOW published my more tightly written review. Interesting synchronicity--one of the artists in the show, Haegue Yang, has just been chosen to represent Korea at this summer's Venice Biennale. Makes the show even more worth checking out, I'd say. The pavilion is commissioned this year by New Museum curator Eungie Joo.

Image of Haegue Yang's Non-Power-Plant installation Holiday for Tomorrow 2007 from dealer Barbara Wien

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