Pierre Huyghe at Hauser and Wirth

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Pierre Huyghe at Hauser and Wirth

Postby jasperjoffe » Tue Nov 04, 2014 10:42 am

http://www.hauserwirth.com/exhibitions/2232/pierre-huyghe-br-in-br-border-br-deep/view/

The galleries were swarming with people on a Sunday. Perhaps because it was the last day. Or as they knowin the funfair world, people love goldfish. Dirty fishtanks ARE fascinating.
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Re: Pierre Huyghe at Hauser and Wirth

Postby CAP » Thu Nov 06, 2014 10:08 am

Hauser & Wirth is excited to announce Pierre Huyghe’s inaugural exhibition with the gallery. Huyghe works across media to create situations, cutting through time and boundaries, highlighting concepts of separation. ‘IN. BORDER. DEEP’ features all new work including film, site-specific sculpture, and a series of aquariums. Viewed as a whole, the exhibition reveals a chronology which spans 30 million years until the present day.

But if he's cutting across 'boundaries' and highlighting 'separation' - then why are we to view the show 'as a whole'? Ordinarily we would just categorise this as a site-specific installation - in itself a new boundary!. :P
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