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Saturday, October 20, 2007

Do the Meier Mash

After seeing these images at Dezeen of Richard Meier's artwork now on display at the Louise T Blouin Foundation in London, I couldn't help but think about how they relate to his buildings. Where what he's known for are geometrically crisp, white and light-filled, his art is geometrically chaotic, black and dingy. The images also made me wonder what the art would look like in some of his spaces. So here's some "mash-ups" I made of the possible interaction of the two.

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Museum of Decorative Arts in Frankfurt, Germany
Original image by darrell godliman

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Museum of Decorative Arts in Frankfurt, Germany
Original image by Gabó

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High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Georgia
Original image by Wizum

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Ara Pacis Museum in Rome, Italy
Original image by DarkFrame

1 comment:

  1. I love the mash-ups! what an idea. They look like short circuit robots in futuristic labs. Thanks Meier, I see a real sence of humor.

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