Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Dreamland @ MoMA


Thirty years of Delirious New York. Time flies. Although the guy claimed New York is delirious no more, MoMA is still very proud of the recent acquisition of the Dreamland watercolor - it organizes a whole exhibition to celebrate that.

I don't care who is celebrating what. It is an enjoyable nice collection of interesting stuff.
Hans Hollein, when he was still dreaming.

Who can leave out Superstudio in dreams?

Gaetano Pesce, very Cooperish...

Tschumi, when he was red.

Hello boss!

Lebbeus Woods's piece is the most fascinating one for me. Look at that! He surely deserves the NYT front page exposure.

Mansilla Tunon in the front, Eisenman in the middle, Jean Nouvel to the left.

Not sure how a Japanese sensibility can fit in here, but yeah...

Slow House, Diller Scofidio

Museum of Sex by SHoP

Lindy Roy

Hotel Habitat in Barcelona by Cloud 9

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