Posts Tagged “Constructivism”

Proposal for a Museum: Trieste Constructivist Cabinet

02.04.2013  |  By
Filed under: Projects/Series

In 2013 SFMOMA will close for an expansion project planned to last nearly three years. Reflecting on the closure, grupa o.k. asked several friends and colleagues to imagine their own proposals for a museum in San Francisco. And now and then, the editors present “proposals” discovered elsewhere. Today: the Trieste Constructivist Cabinet.

The Trieste Constructivist Cabinet was conceived collaboratively by Edvard Stepančič, Avgust Černigoj, Giorgio Carmelich, and Josip Vlah in 1927. In an effort to overcome what they believed was the last... More

5 Questions: Anna Parkina

02.22.2011  |  By
Filed under: Conversations

[Five questions to SFMOMA artists, staff, or guests. Today, answers to more than five questions. Anna Parkina is an artist who lives and works in Moscow. Her work includes collage, sculpture, and performance. This Thursday evening Anna will perform in the Wattis Theater at 7 p.m., in conjunction with the opening of her New Work exhibition on the 2n... More