About the show
GEORGES DIDI-HUBERMAN | ANDRÉ MALRAUX | LE MUSÉE IMAGINAIRE | THE AUDIOS SECTION FROM DAVIS MUSEUM
The Davis Lisboa Mini-Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona
Davis Lisboa (São Paulo, Brazil, 1965), installation view of The Davis Museum's Polling Station, 2009-ongoing. Plexiglass ballot box, vinyl and mirror, lacquered wood pedestal, electric rotating base, velvet curtain on metallic bar, framed handmade embroidery on fabric, iPad kiosk, lacquered stool and carpet on wood stage. Dimensions: width 97 in (246 cm), height 65 in (166 cm), depth 59 in (150 cm).
Davis Museum | The Davis Lisboa Mini-Museum of Contemporary Art in Barcelona was founded on Facebook in 2009. It is the first contemporary art museum created in a ballot box through social networks. It functions simultaneously as a readymade sculpture, a collective work of art, and a temporary, mutable conceptual space more than a physical one. A provocation to the art establishment. With its own permanent contemporary art ...