2005 Art Rock

March 7 – March 14, 2005

Art Rock, an indoor/outdoor public art exhibition produced by New York City’s Clementine Gallery, and presented by Lucky, Cargo and Domino Magazines, transformed the Plaza at Rockefeller Center into a stunning contemporary art gallery featuring innovative works from internationally-renowned artists. The exhibit was presented by the Condé Nast shopping magazines Lucky, Cargo and Domino and hosted by Tishman Speyer. Visitors to the exhibit passed through gateway lobbies designed by Todd Oldham and entered self-contained units showcasing works that ranged from the representational to the abstract by acclaimed international and American artists. This novel configuration created a series of unique environments in which viewers experienced each artist’s distinctive vision, identity and style. The works, many of which were created expressly for the show at Rockefeller Center, included a sculpture of a mirrored house by Rob Fischer, an installation of a home exterior that offered viewers tantalizing glimpses of its interior by Taylor McKimens and videos by Matthias Müller, just to name a few.

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