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ODD: ‘Ballet Mecanique’

Inspired by the avant-garde experimental film, ‘Ballet Mecanique,’ released in 1924 by french artist, Fernand Léger, the show revolves around the relationship between nature and machine. “Modern-day living contains a machine-like rhythm: maximized efficiency with production-based values.” — Richard Taittinger Gallery ‘Ballet Mecanique’ forces…

Whitewall: “Ballet Mécanique” Dances between the Natural and the Artificial

An exhibition taking inspiration from Fernand Léger‘s 1924 film Ballet Mécaniqueopened last week at Richard Taittinger gallery in New York. The show explores the intersection of nature and machine in artistic practices, including works by artists like Gregor Hildebrandt, Wim Delvoye, Nassos Daphnis, Mark Hagen,…

ARTSY: Richard Taittinger Gallery: Ballet Mécanique

Modern-day living contains a machine-like rhythm: maximized efficiency with production-based values. A groundbreaking experimental film released in 1924 by French artist Fernand Léger, Ballet Mécanique, expressed concern for an increasingly automated society. Like this cinematic study of the dance between…

The Lo-Down: Happening This Weekend

Some of the things happening on the Lower East Side This Weekend: –The bluesy retro rock band, Peoples Blues of Richmond, plays Bowery Ballroom tonight at 9 p.m. $18. –New York-based guitarist Yonatan Gat has an early gig at Mercury…

No.3 Magazine: Richard Taittinger Gallery

Exhibits at the Richard Taittinger Gallery are constantly updated with fresh new showings on a regular basis. This gives more artists the opportunity to have their work displayed for the public to enjoy and appreciate. It also provides art lovers…

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