Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Sorry i didn't scroll enough... I should have known Ms Toybreaker would have the 411 on that. There is also a book of the same title which is a nice survey of his work. The molds in my opinion are the best part and are incredibly beautiful.

Next weekend i am heading up the coast to see the opening of DRAWING RESTRAINT 9 which I have been waiting over a year to see.
Friday, June 23, 2006 - Sunday, September 17, 2006
SFMOMA is the only U.S. venue for this full-scale survey, the first to gather together Matthew Barney’s entire DRAWING RESTRAINT series. Spanning almost 20 years, DRAWING RESTRAINT is an ongoing, performance-based project exploring the notion that form emerges through struggle against resistance. A site-specific installation designed by the artist, the exhibition occupies the Museum’s entire fourth floor, which has been reconfigured to eliminate the gallery walls and so encourage a nonlinear experience of the art. The presentation includes DRAWING RESTRAINT 9, a recent project comprising a feature-length film and related photography, drawing, video, and sculpture. DRAWING RESTRAINT 9 is shown daily in the Phyllis Wattis Theater.

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