Shelter Serra creates all of the luxury items you need – from Hummers, to black AMEX cards, to Birkin Bags, to Rolex Submariners, and so on. But these luxury goods have a bit of a twist to them – they’re fakes.
Last week, the institution unveiled its next heavyweight: a temporary lower-lobby site-specific installation by Barbara Kruger that’s set to cover nearly 6,700 square feet of museum surfaces.
Artists and students have long contemplated artwork with a sketchpad in hand, but over the weekend, artists and hackers took to the museum with 3-D printers instead.
Artist Todd DiCiurcio and friend Eric Ray Davidson, a fashion photographer whose work appears in the New York Times, GQ, and Elle, catch up and give us a tour of DiCiurcio’s studio. The place is a crazy collage of the artist’s life, from a nuclear physics relic to his guitar collection and surfboards.