Saturday, 20 April 2013

Kaldor Public Art Projects: 13 Rooms

Clare Beaumont, Coexisting, 2013.
John Kaldor certainly knows how to draw a crowd. His latest project, 13 Rooms, incorporates work from some of the world’s most famous artists and is curated by two of the best – Hans Ulrich Obrist from the Serpentine in London and Klaus Biesenbach from the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Possibly the most anticipated exhibition so far this year, 13 Rooms incorporates performance and site specific interactive work housed in thirteen separate rooms. Doors must be opened and viewers must be willing participants in the work they are about to walk in on. This seclusion gives a sense of intimacy, creating a silent white cube where you are confronted, amused and bewildered.

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