Abstracts by Jack Pierson


My brother always emails me about cool art shows he sees in NYC. This week, he sent me an email regard this installation sculpture/wall art show at Cheim and Reid in Chelsea. The artist is Jack Pierson, and it looks like a pretty cool show. Upon further reading on the gallery's website, I discovered that Pierson is from MA and studied at MassArt!




Here are some exhibition photos from the C+R website. My favorite one is the circle of blue circles, as I think that's the best and simplest way to describe it, haha, named ABSTRACT #15. Bringing back a post I wanted to include in my blog from the beginning, here's an inspired look.


What do you think of installation art?


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15 comments:

  1. His pieces look very cool!
    Love the outfit you created from it.

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  2. Fab blog! I hail to you from Ela. :)
    That art is amazing. So colorful and fresh. And I love the outfit you created to match it. The dress is perfect!

    PS. And I am SO making that apple crisp from your post below. :P

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  3. My favorite is the red swirl... very feminine looking

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  4. Abstract # 15 is absolutely amazing - I love the colors and the perfect asymmetry. It's absolutely gorgeous. And the outfit you created from it is phenomenal - I've been eyeing that top myself! :)

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  5. always love me some inspiration art.

    xo

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  6. I'm a big fan of installation art. I loved the collage you created based on the art. Very inspirational!

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  7. gorgeous-I need to start going to chelsea more and exploring xx

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  8. oh i like that circle of blue too.

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  9. I appreciate installation art because it challenges my notions of what constitutes museum-worthy art... Very cool post, darling J! I love your collage inspired by the exhibit, especially those booties!

    xoxox,
    CC

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  10. How creative are you??? What a fabulous way to tie in fashion!

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  11. Ya, I knew this would inspire a cool outfit!

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  12. The blue top is adorable and installation art is incredible because it gives you a new perspective on the idea of art and how you look at it, y'know?

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  13. it's def interesting. never thought to inspire an outfit out of it but i like what you've done there. you're so creative!

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  14. Thanks fro introducing me to installation art. I will have to go and read all about it in wikipedia!

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