Mark Rothko: The Seagram Murals
Joyous Machines: Michael Landy and Jean Tinguely
There was so much detail in each one of his drawings and they looked so vivid hung against the very clean white walls. Landy's work was significantly influenced by the work of fellow curator Jean Tinguely in terms of his constructive and destructive tendencies. I also really liked the small illustrations created on black paper with correcting fluid, alongside the sculptures of the fan and the bike wheel pictured below
This was one of my favourite pieces 'Black and White Relief Meta-Mechanique, 1957.' I found Tinguley's work rather delicate to look at and really enjoyed the mono colour scheme which was carried throughout the entire exhibition. Overall this was probably the most enjoyable exhibitions of the day, nothing was too 'arty,' and everything felt alot fresher and I felt was a unique approach to the subject matter!