Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
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Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch
Highsnobiety / Thomas Welch

Following his first ever exhibit in Hong Kong early this year, Wolfgang Tillmans takes over David Zwirner in New York City for his new “How likely is it that only I am right in this matter?” project. The show is a combination of Tillmans recent and new work that highlights three major mediums photography, video and sound.

This time around, he forgoes his signature style of floor-to-ceiling installations in favor of a more minimal, linear presentation for his photographs.

For video and sound, Wolfgang explores a style of narration. In his new film Rebar, the artist causes movements and unexpected musicality of steel rods at a construction site. Also included in the exhibition, is his new sound piece, I want to make a film. Playing within a near-empty, darkened room, the instillation features a male voice discussing plans for a film about the computing power of smartphones in a room filled with chairs and other furniture.

Take a closer look at Wolfgang Tillmans “How likely is it that only I am right in this matter?” exhibit in the gallery above. The instillation is open from now until October 20, 2018 at David Zwirner 19th street location in NYC.

In other news, a Jean-Michel Basquiat broadway musical is in development.

Words by Kyle Hodge
Staff Writer

New York based writer that pops flavor and drips sauce.

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