Gabriel Orozco Exhibit

The Museum of Modern Art, MOMA, will be showcasing a retrospective exhibit of the works of renowned Mexican artist, Gabriel Orozco. The exhibit will open tomorrow December 13th and will continue until March 1, 2010.Considered one of the most influential artist of the 90s’ ,  Orozco is known for using objects from everyday life as a muse for his creations. He gained fame in the 1990s for works like Horses Running Endlessly in 1995, which depicts a wood checkerboard and Black Kites in 1997 ( a human skull covered with a graphite grid). Samurai Tree Invariants, an animation on his some of his motifs, will accompany the exhibit.For events and lectures related to this event check out: the MOMA calendar under Gabriel Orozco.

Gabriel Orozco. Horses Running Endlessly. 1995. Taken from MOMA.org

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