The Angel Orensanz Foundation is proud to present you with its 5th Weekly Report.
This report illustrates four very different art perspectives that have utilized pieces of our artistic past to enhance the art world today.
We have dug up a blast from the past, Orensanz’s Tangible Sounds instillation from Studio 54. This piece was eccentric and vibrant; manipulating light and music in a way that has never been done before. The instillation sparked an interest in interactive art that is still utilized today. Read more about it in, Hot from the Archives, Tangible Sounds, Orensanz at Studio 54.
Rem Koolhaas, one of the most influential minds in architecture, just had an exhibition at the New Museum, Cronocaos. The exhibit captured the effects of tourist and urban decay on a city over time. His contributions to urban planning have been remarkable, and will undoubtedly continue to impact us in the future. Unmask the complexities of Koolhaas in World Cultural News, Rem Koolhaas, A World Simultaneous Master.
How better to appreciate the past, than to incorporate it into a modern exhibition. Angel Orensanz just visited the Berlin Wall for the “Open Air Gallery Fest” on July 3rd. To learn more about the intuitive exhibition go to, Angel Orensanz Activity, Art and The Berlin Wall.
Probably the most exciting for us, is the feature on our in house exhibition. Alejandra Pinto transformed the Angel Orensanz attic into a masterpiece that Angel himself would be proud of. Read our, At Orensanz, Drawing Collections article to learn more about the exhibition.
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