This work will feature commissioned new work by artists Gregor Hildebrandt, Guy Limone, Farhad Moshiri, Jean-Michel Othoniel and Erwin Wurm.
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The Bass Museum a medium-sized institution close to South Beach (Miami) is the place that is showcasing the art work of Peter Marino as well has his perennial uniform of black leather, even in the Floridian heat.
His curator for this new exhibition is the cultural agitato rand curator Jérôme Sans. This new exhibition by Peter Marino is self-centered because he explores his iconic architectural design, his collection of contemporary art and the series of cast-bronze boxes.
The exhibition begins with a installation called Hildebrandt´s Orphische Schatten, it includes hundreds of videotape strips from the classic movie Orphée by Jean Cocteau´s an intervention by the artist Gregor Hildebrandt, whose dark luminescence sets the tone of high-end punk.This installation continues throughout the museum which gives a darker tone to the walls of Bass Museum.
This work of Marino is a work with the collaboration of his wife Jane Trapnell, Michael Royner, Dior, Francesco Clemente amongst others. It is a recreation of Christophe Willibald Gluck´s opera Ofeo ed Euridice. This artistic collaborations and comissioned performances notice the interest of Peter to work with some talented individuals in performing arts.
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His work also includes his collection of black and white paintings. The display goes from a an important painting by Rudolf Stingel, one of the most trenchant interrogators of the possibilities of abstraction, hangs next to a vapid Dan Colen; a fine Christopher Wool is displayed next to a projection of a Chanel runway show. We can say that is a pertinent inconsistency because art is your own interpretation of the reality in this case Marino´s interpretation.