NEWS

The New York Times 에 소개되었습니다. (Jan 10, 2021)

Entrepreneurs Bet Big on Immersive Art Despite Covid-19

Entering what was already a crowded market for companies specializing in experiential art, Superblue had plans to dominate the field with installations by experimental artists like Nick Cave, James Turrell, Es Devlin and teamLab. But the multimillion-dollar venture in Miami stalled before it started; the city’s surge in coronavirus cases forced Superblue to postpone its anticipated opening from December to March. Unfazed by the delays, the company says that it has attracted stronger interest from investors and is planning for two additional centers in unnamed cities.(Excerpt from the text)

Time Out 에 소개되었습니다. (Jan 8, 2021)

Immerse yourself in a digital art sauna at teamLab Reconnect in Roppongi

It’s easy to say teamLab is huge in Japan – not only are the teamLab Borderless and teamLab Planets Tokyo museums essential visits on any trip to Tokyo, the art collective just keeps opening new special exhibitions such as their upcoming installation at Ibaraki’s Kairakuen Garden.(Excerpt from the text)

PENTA 에 소개되었습니다. (PENTAJan 6, 2021)

Superblue to Launch Experiential Art Venue in Miami

The Miami show, titled “Every Wall Is a Door,” was originally scheduled to open on Dec. 22, but was postponed until “early spring.” It will feature works by James Turrell, “the father of experiential art, in our minds,” Dent-Brocklehurst says, as well as teamLab, a group out of Tokyo that is probably the most well-known in the field of experiential art. Also featured will be Es Devlin, who is breaking into the field, “but who is brilliant and incredibly thoughtful,” she says.(Excerpt from the text)

Art in America 에 소개되었습니다. (Jan 4, 2021)

THE BLOCKBUSTER AVANT-GARDE

Visitors to teamLab Planets, an art venue in Tokyo run by the eponymous art collective, can wade in a knee-deep pool of water, where images of koi fish projected onto the water’s surface dart around their legs, leaving trails of multicolored light in their wakes. Reach down to cup a koi, and it bursts into flowers—cherry blossoms in the spring, sunflowers in the summer—that scatter in the pool. (Excerpt from the text)

araandorra 에 소개되었습니다. (Jan 3, 2020)

Les exposicions que no et pots perdre aquest 2021

Si la pandèmia no espatlla els trànsits de les obres, l’any serà ple de grans exposicions d’artistes que generen cues: Sandro Botticelli, al Museu Jacquemart de París (setembre-gener del 2022); Dürer a la National Gallery de Londres (març-juny); Vermeer a la Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister de Dresden (març-juny); Yayoi Kusama a la Bauhaus berlinesa (març-agost). Picasso és un clàssic d’aquestes llistes, i Barcelona tindrà un paper destacat en una de les seves exposicions de l’any: l’Art Gallery d’Ontario recuperarà a la tardor la gran exposició sobre l’època blava de Picasso que es va haver d’ajornar per la pandèmia. (Excerpt from the text)

MY MODERN MET 에 소개되었습니다. (Dec 31, 2020)

Dazzling Projections Transform Iconic Japanese Garden Into an Immersive Art Installation

Digital art and design collective teamLab will soon transform an iconic Japanese landmark. The creative firm has recently released images of the new Kairakuen Garden installation which seeks to show guests how “nature can become art.” By using their signature projection techniques, teamLab demonstrates that art can interact with the outside world in a minimally invasive way. They are doing so by projecting artwork on to the 3,000 plum blossom trees for which the garden is known. (Excerpt from the text)

Robb Report 에 소개되었습니다. (Dec 27, 2020)

Forget Canvas and Sculpture, This New Miami Center Taps Blue-Chip Artists to Create Experiential Works

Mollie Dent-Brocklehurst’s résumé comes dripping with art-world cred: She launched Pace London, helped get the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow off the ground and did time with both Gagosian and Sotheby’s. Now she has teamed with her former boss at Pace Gallery, president and CEO Marc Glimcher, to found Superblue, an independent new concept that straddles the divide between art and entertainment. (Excerpt from the text)