Monday, May 19, 2014

Vernissages | Kinderhook: Nick Cave at Jack Shainman

The Hudson Valley sleepy town of Kinderhook (Dutch for "kids corner"), NY, woke up to wild art interventions. Thanks to the investments of New York based gallerist Jack Shainman, an old school building in the center of town turned into a minimalist white-box exhibition space, hosting sculptural costumes; the opening event was a performance orchestrated by American artist Nick Cave, who also authored the work on display – not to be confused with the homonymous Australian musician.