Michaelangelo Pistolleto created a maze-like structure (in The Mirror of Judgement) in the gallery with swirling cardboard, which surrounds or encases (depends on how you look at it) mirrored artworks.
This year, Peter Zumthor designed a slightly different space (from the previous ones). Using plants, the architect managed to create a place that is tranquil, organic and beautiful, which, in a way, is like an extension of the park or something that already belongs to the park (Kensington Gardens).
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Tagged ART, Arte Povera, installation, London, Michaelangelo Pistoletto, Peter Zumthor, Serpentine Gallery, Serpentine Gallery Pavilion
Blue Widow by Pino Pascali
‘…a multitude of soap bubbles which explode from time to time…’
Pino Pascali’s final works 1967-1968 @ Camden Arts Centre until 01 May (2011) including marvellous sculptures made out of steel wool, feathers, straw and wood. The exhibition includes a film by Luca Maria Patella titled SKMP2, featuring artists associated with Arte Povera.