Call Parade is an ongoing public art project in São Paulo sponsored by Brazilian telecommunications firm Vivo, that paired 100 artists with 100 street-side phone booths giving them free reign to transform the peculiar hooded fixtures into anything imaginable. The exhibition has proven to be extremely popular and Brazilian photographer Mariane Borgomani set out to capture a number of the phones, my favorite of which is the painted day/night treatment above by artist Maramgoní. You can see a gallery of all 100 phones here. (via lustik)
Although it only officially opens next week, there was a special preview event last night for Barry McGee’s and Phil Frost’s new exhibit, Mind the Gap at Los Angeles’ newly opened Prism gallery. Thanks to Arrested Motion, we can share some images with you of last night’s event, and the art work on display.
More after the jump.
I thought it’d be much better if I just let the art stand on its own and provide no commentary, except for particular cases. I really enjoyed the Biennial. There are 4 floors to check out, and you’d need an entire afternoon(or at least a couple of visits) to take in the entire collection. The…