1. Maurizio Cattelan’s retrospective, All at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim in New York, in 2011, responded to the architecture of the internal space.  Hung from the central skylight, the collection  of artwork is seen from a variety of perspectives - ever-changing as the viewer ascends the spiral ramp from the ground floor to the topmost galleries.  Far from the progressive timeline of work & ideas that an artist’s retrospective traditionally is, All collated the catalog of Cattelan’s work such that it became a new work with it’s own stories & meanings.  Although made of years of individual pieces that have had homes around the world, All is very specifically of it’s place - it could never have been anywhere but here.

     
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