Monday, March 3, 2008

Reinventing Color: 1950 to Today

I am feeling a little bummed that I don't live in on East Coast anymore. I think it mandatory for any designer or artist to see the show Color Chart Reinventing Color:1950 to Today at the Museum of Modern Art in New York (March 2-May 12). The show is a celebration of artists using color as chance, in a system, or as a readymade source. A few of my personal favorite artists in this exhibition are Ellsworth Kelly, Jim Dine, Frank Stella, and Jaspser Johns. Someone go see this and report back to me!


Tess Mattern said...

This looks like a great show– and the website for it is amazing. I definitely need to check this one out.

erik k said...

ya I wish I there, you've also posted one of my favorite Ellsworth Kelly pieces