Is Seeing Always Believing? Experience an Alternate View of Art at This Exhibit
Sometimes, all it takes are simple objects to transform your point of view. Such is the case for Runo Lagomarsino, whose latest exhibit Concentrations 61 opens on September 30th at the Dallas Museum of Art. At this exhibit, spectators will bear witness to transformative items that elevate the commonplace to the extraordinary.
"Concentrations 61" is the first solo museum exhibition for Runo Lagomarsino, a conceptual artist of Italian and Argentine descent who lives and works in Malmö, Sweden, and São Paulo, Brazil. His work has been exhibited in group shows at the Guggenheim, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, MCA Chicago, PROSPECT, and the Venice Biennale, among others.
Transforming everyday objects and phrases into historically referential works of art, Lagomarsino considers the unstable nature of national identities. Through these deceptively simple transformations, the artist points to the histories and narratives imparted by our transnational identities and the volatile relationship between power and geography.
"Concentrations 61" spans two galleries and features new commissions and previous works that have been specifically reformatted for the DMA. Admission to the exhibit is free.
At Oxford at The Boulevard Apartments in Corinth, Texas, we believe it’s important to integrate yourself into the community, which is why we suggest attending this event. Meeting new people, having unfamiliar experiences, and joining neighborhood activities is the key to an exceptional lifestyle.
Sunday, September 30, 2018—11:00 AM
Event Venue Location:
Dallas Museum of Art
1717 North Harwood Street
Dallas, Texas 75201