Today’s subjet is Bjorks moma retrospective, an amazing, colorful and unprejudiced art exhibition, where your your values, feelings and reality will be pushed forward how they never were. Björk’s MoMA exhibition is pushing the limits of imagination, art and culture. Also, if you haven’t heard about or haven’t seen it, please, just read this and be inspired by one of the most interesting subejcts at MoMA.
So enjoy the following images and breathe in the soul of MoMa.
The exhibit is, at its core, quite unremarkable. Critics have used much hyperbole over the last week to creatively dismiss the exhibit. Some criticisms are true on some level, but they are not what make the exhibit so utterly disappointing. Björk’s MoMA exhibit is boring, and boring is both a major disservice to the artist and her legions of fans. Never has anything felt boring about Björk!
Instantly, the exhibit is disappointing. It’s not even isolated enough from the rest of the museum to really come off as anything truly monumental. There are Björk’s notebooks where you can identify their songs as they appeared in their first forms. Not visually stunning, by any means. There were a few beautiful pieces, but unfortunately these pieces had all been seen before.
The Marjan Pejoski-designed Swan Dress that Björk wore to the Grammys was on display. As was the Alexander McQueen-designed bell dress that made for some gorgeous photographs. The robots from the Chris Cunningham-directed video for ‘All is Full of Love’ were behind glass and served as fitting reminders of Björk’s limit-pushing in the realm of music videos. Unfortunately, there was really nothing new or surprising. I walked through the entire exhibit in a mere 25 minutes and that was with aggressively stretching my time to make for a full review. I spent the last 10 minutes in the final room waiting for the audio to run out, my heart full of letdown and impatience.
Of course we can not discuss taste, but free expression is a must have in this no ones land, so lets applaude this attempt.
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