It’s beyond comprehension; two doting mothers indulgently filming their kids damaging an artwork by Shelly Xue at the Shanghai Museum of Glass…
Clearly the kids read the cordoned off area as a boxing/martial arts ring – something patently not discouraged by the moronic mothers.
Jesus wept!! Full story here.
[Thanks for the headzup, Nige, n(Ed)]
…meanwhile, where were the ubiquitously lurking gallery guards?
The divided works, an exhibition of new work from Jas Hugonnet…
Jas Hugonnet, intimacy gradient, mixed media
The divided works.
The divided works pay homage to minimalism and the process of construction.
These compositions incorporate building materials where a horizontal element is introduced to allude to the horizon line.
A key idea in this series was to stick to a set of rules around proportion and let the surface of the work convey a sense of space.
Jas Hugonnet 2016
Noice. Background scoop/times on the CCAS website here.
Well, where was he more like; at the Frieze Art Fair in Noo Yawk, where he came across…
We’ve been a tad slack and didn’t post it at the time (and he has dropped it into his Facecrack page), but we’re always excited to get his gl-aaaass tid-bits when he’s off trotting around the globe.
Thanks Nige. Sweet.