Exhibition poster from Louisiana's major exhibition of new acquisitions, Illumination , in 2016. The brightly colored work, Borderland State (Pink Pavor Nocturnus), (2016) is by American artist, Alex Da Corte (b. 1980), who works with the inherent qualities of things – things he finds and transforms into his spaces.
Alex Da Corte possesses a superb feeling for the color and form potential of materials and for their symbolic language detached from functions. Without a more precise plan with the objects, Da Corte risks it all, and according to his own statement must give in to the tension, failure and violence of fear.
Illumination was a lavish presentation of contemporary art from around the world. With works by Gerhard Richter, William Kentridge, Cindy Sherman, Alex Da Corte, Franz West, Catherine Opie, Jeff Wall and many more – including several young debutants in the museum's collection – Illumination was, at the time of the exhibition, the museum's largest presentation of new art to date in the collection.
Dimensions: 84.1 x 59.4 cm
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Frame: 12 mm
Material: Frame in solid oak and with high-quality acrylic glass.
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