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Magazine

11 August 2009
Disparando en el museo

Martí Manen

En “The international”, película que en este deporte español que consiste en traducir los títulos de las películas libremente podría ser algo así como “Los bancos son los malos”, encontramos una hilarante escena dentro del Guggenheim de New York. Vale la pena verla entera y después pensar si son mejores los tiros o las exposiciones sobre motos. Creo que, por espectaculo, ganan los profesionales de Hollywood.

Aquí el festival

Y aquí, cómo construir un Guggenheim a tu medida para destrozarlo a balazos. Es como para pensárselo, no está mal lo de que si quieres una exposición en un gran museo, lo mejor es construirte el museo entero. (Impagable la explicación de cómo colgar pantallas de vídeo para que se vean bien)

Exhibition curator and art critic. Yes, after Judith Butler it is possible to be several things at once. He thinks that questions are important and that, sometimes, to ask means to point out.

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