The Met Breuer, NYC
September 13, 2017-January 14, 2018
945 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10021
The exhibit “Delirious”, has been derived from the delirium taking place in the art world at the time. Between 1950 and 1980 the world exploded in conflicts, whether it was military, social, or political. There are four parts to this exhibit, Vertigo, Excess, Nonsense, and Twisted. This exhibit displays the works of American, Latin American, and European artists like Nancy Grossman, Hélio Oiticica, Antonio Berni, Dara Birnbaum, Claes Oldenburg, to name a few, and their response to global chaos. This exhibit will be on display at The Met Breuer between September 13, 2017–January 14, 2018.
“The result of five years of research, much of it initially dedicated to the reception of Irish playwright Samuel Beckett among experimental artists, Delirious is a focused survey that reconstructs a historical phenomenon of great importance. It is the first exhibition to consider the fascination with irrationality in a holistic way and to ground it in contemporaneous social and political developments.” – Sheena Wagstaff, Leonard A. Lauder Chairman of the Department of Modern and Contemporary Art
The Met Fifth Avenue, NYC
September 16, 2017-January 15, 2018
1000 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10028
“Rodin at The Met” is an exhibit set to honor the celebrated August Rodin. Featured will be marbles, bronzes, terracottas, and plasters, some of which include “The Thinker” and the rarely exhibited, “The Tempest”. “The extraordinary range of The Met’s holdings of Rodin’s work will be highlighted in an adjacent gallery (gallery 809) with a selection of drawings, prints, letters, and illustrated books, as well as photographs of the master sculptor and his art,” states the museum. This exhibit will be on display at The Met Fifth Avenue between September 16, 2017–January 15, 2018.