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Title:Ryan McGinley - Magic Magnifier
Date:2013.11.07. ~ 2014.02.23.
Place:DAELIM MUSEUM

Foreword

Daelim Museum is pleased to present the exhibition, ‘Magic Magnifier’ by Ryan McGinley from 7th of November, 2013 to 23rd of February, 2014. McGinley is a contemporary photographer representing America, who in recent times has captivated New York, and will be showing in Korea for the first time. In the exhibition, McGinley’s photographic works uncover the inner conflict of youth, presenting their freedom and passion, providing a precious opportunity for audiences to recall the shinning and heart beating moments of their own youth. 

Ryan McGinley has held several solo exhibitions at world-established museums, including the Whitney Museum of American Art and MoMA PS1, New York and has attained huge popularity and fame, to the point of causing traffic jams in Soho, New York. Since his childhood; hanging out with skateboarders, graffiti artists, musicians and artists, he was influenced by many subcultures. His personal experience and daily activity are reflected in his photos, magnifying a sense reality. The photos of drunk and drugged youth at a party, and a kissing gay couple, etc. represent a new genre, not by being restricted to a negative view of society, but by creating shock and sensation in exposing the desire and freedom of youth.

Many of McGinley’s photographic series are presented together for the first time in the exhibition, including his early documentation of the liberal life in New York; His ‘Road Trip’ series, where he took photographs during a trip across America States, capturing the otherworldly landscape that young generations dream about; His ‘Animal’ series, showing the communication between humans and animals; and also his black and white portrait series, consisting of his only studio based images. Through the exhibition, we aim to beautifully reconstruct the treasured moment of life, our ‘youth’, in the space of time and light. We believe it will be a great chance for audiences to look and think back on the real meaning of youth and to share the precious moments of that time.


Ryan McGinley

Ryan McGinley is a New York-based artist who was raised in New Jersey. After moving to the city in 1996, he began extensively photographing downtown culture. McGinley’s work is in numerous museum collections, including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. He has been the subject of monographic exhibitions at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Kunsthalle in Vienna, MUSAC:Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y Leon, Spain, and MoMA PS1 in New York City. He has had numerous solo gallery and museum exhibitions around the world in cities such as Paris, Amsterdam, London, Athens, Milan, and Berlin.


Exihibition in DAELIM MUSEUM
Photographs





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<![CDATA[Aesop]]>Tue, 04 Nov 2014 12:58:25 GMThttp://dope-arch.weebly.com/interests/aesop1. Aesop in Swedish
2. Aesop in San Francisco
The boxes were made to measure using reclaimed wooden boards, which were sanded on one side to create a variation between the inside and outside surfaces.
 "Cork has a material depth that softens the surfaces and helps attenuate undesired sounds."


3. Aesop in Paris
The walls, floor and ceiling of this store in Paris by Melbourne practice March Studio are covered by 3,500 pieces of wood. The interior was inspired by parquet flooring.
The ash timber was sourced  from managed forests in Victoria, Australia, then cut and hand-worked on the outskirts of Melbourne before being labelled and shipped to Paris for assembly on site.



4. Aesop in London
The team designed shelves and surfaces with naturally chamfered edges, just like in the old houses of Greece, Spain and Italy.
"We did a residential project for a family in Paris and the staircase was in traditional plaster," designer Hugo Haas told Dezeen. "I thought this finish would make a really beautiful concept for Aesop."
The shelves are loosely laid out in seven different zones, for displaying each of Aesop's product ranges, while the sink and countertop run along one wall.
The floor is covered with hexagonal green tiles that are engraved with geometric patterns. "We wanted something in contrast, to find a balance," said Haas.
This hexagonal motif is also picked up elsewhere, including on the perforations in the sink's plughole.


5. Aesop in Japan
Designed by Aesop creative manager Hiroko Shiratori, the Aesop Midtown Installation created a temporary store for the brand earlier this summer in front of a pair of elevators in the Tokyo Midtown Galleria.
Half of the chairs were turned upside down to create the stacks, which formed the display areas for rows of Aesop's signature brown bottles.


6. Aesop in Boston
The Aesop Newbury Street's interior was inspired by the nineteenth century ornamental architecture that originated in Paris and is common in the neighbourhood.


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March STUDIO - Baker D Chirico
The undulating wooden slats that cover the rear wall and ceiling of the shop function as shelves for storing and displaying breads of different shapes and sizes.
A wooden chopping board spans the length of the bakery to create a countertop with integrated pockets for scales, knives, crumb-catchers and checkouts.
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