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Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna
Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna
Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna
Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna
Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna
Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna
Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna
Highsnobiety / Bryan Luna

American artist Bruce Nauman’s latest exhibition, “Disappearing Acts”, is on view in two complementary parts at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and MoMA PS1 until late February, 2019. The exhibition explores “withdrawal as an art form,” and is the most comprehensive collection of Nauman’s work to date.

As you peruse the galleries of the artworks, Nauman’s ease at spanning multiple mediums becomes obvious. From sculptures and sketches, to video and sound installations, watercolors, and neon lights – the artist has constantly changed styles throughout his extensive career. Many themes are present in this huge and varied collection, but disappearance remains a constant.

The complementary exhibitions are showing in New York City at MoMA through February 18, 2019, and at MoMA PS1 through February 25, 2019.

Will you be heading down? Let us know what you most want to see in the exhibition down below.

For another peek inside an exhibition, be sure to check out our gallery of Josh Sperling’s solo show in Seoul.

Weekend Editor
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