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LG OLED becomes
a digital canvas for artists.

LG believes artists can express their imagination and create a new kind of digital art that were never before available.

What's on

  • ANISH KAPOOR

    "Big question is always to do with the quality of the color. And what I've seen is with the screen, the quality of the color is very very high, very rich color. So I'm hoping I can take that richness of color foward and do something with it."

  • TOBIAS REHBERGER

  • ANISH KAPOOR

  • Barry X Ball

  • ADA SOKOL

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    Tobias Rehberger X LG OLED

    LG OLED is set to unveil its latest art collaboration with Tobias Rehberger in a brand new art form of LG SIGNATURE OLED R at Frieze London 2022⁠

    Titled, ‘Into the Maze’ 2022, the installation with Rollable OLED TV challenges viewers to ‘see and unsee’ in a gravity-defying labyrinth of both sculpture and technology⁠

    Follow the journey of @LG_OLEDART ⁠
    #FriezeLondon #TobiasLGOLED #LGOLEDART #WeInsipreArt #LGARTLAB

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    “Into the Maze, 2022”

    Centre piece of Tobias Rehberger’s installation “Into the maze, 2022” is his project for LG OLED ART: A Sculptural shell for LG SIGNATURE OLED R, consisting of three cuboid volumes stacked on top of each other. Their offsets seem to challenge gravity but the monolithic shell safely houses the rollable TV set. The entire shell is covered with a geometric black and white pattern, which is precisely copied on the TV screen as it rolls up in front of the middle part of the sculpture.

    The LG OLED Lounge space created by Tobias Rehberger around this piece is based on the same creative concept: The entire space is structured by different “stacks” of cuboid volumes of different sizes that create a kind of geometric landscape. The same geometric pattern applied to the sculpture is covering all surfaces including the floor, thus blending all shapes into one big visual maze. A few solid bright orange surfaces accentuate the space, just like pink stripes on the rollable TV set sculpture.

    #LGOLEDART #WEINSPIREART #FRIEZE
    #FRIEZELONDON #TOBIASREHBERGER

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    Kevin McCoy on LG’s cutting-edge digital canvas at Frieze NEWYORK

    LG Electronics is presenting new works by artist and NFT pioneer Kevin McCoy on LG’s cutting-edge digital canvas at Frieze this week ⚡️

    The presentation will see the unveiling of McCoy’s latest work co-created with Jennifer McCoy titled “Quantum Leap: Primordial Star 3(2022)“, inspired by his 2014 work “Quantum, the first artwork to ever be tokenized on a blockchain and also on view at the LG OLED lounge.

    Kevin McCoy on the project: “This digital canvas allows my abstract, code-based work to manifest physically in space as a tangible canvas within a museum-like architecture that gets out of the way and lets art happen”.

    The exhibition will be on view from May 18-22 in the LG OLED Lounge (Level 8) at Frieze New York at The Shed.

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    Anish Kapoor, Symphony for a Beloved Sun

    There are now less than two weeks to go until #AnishKapoor's major dual-site exhibition opens across the Gallerie dell’Accademia @gallerieaccademiavenezia and historic Palazzo Manfrin in Venice.

    Tickets are now on sale for this ambitious presentation of both retrospective and new sculpture, painting and monumental installation works that convey the exciting, visionary power of Kapoor’s practice.

    The exhibition has been organised in collaboration with Anish Kapoor Studio and Lisson Gallery, with support from @galleriacontinua, Galerie @kamelmennour, @galleriamassimominini, @kukjegallery, @regenprojects and @scaithebathhouse. Supported by @lg_oledtv.

    Opening 20 April. Find out more at the link in our bio.

    Image: Anish Kapoor, Symphony for a Beloved Sun, 2013 © Anish Kapoor, photography by Dave Morgan. All rights reserved SIAE, 2021
     

    @marsilioarte #AnishKapoor #AnishKapoorVenice #GalleriedellAccademia #PalazzoManfrin #LGOLEDART

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    Anish Kapoor, courtesy the artist and Gallerie dell'Accademi

    #AnishKapoor's major dual-site exhibition is now open at the @gallerieaccademiavenezia and in the historic Palazzo Manfrin in Venice. @lisson_gallery

    As the first British artist to hold a solo show at the Gallerie dell'Accademia, the breadth and depth of Kapoor’s visionary practice is powerfully captured in this exhibition encompassing painting, sculpture and monumental installations.

    At the Gallerie dell’Accademia Kapoor presents work from his seminal body of early pigment sculptures 1000 Names and Void works, through to never-seen-before sculptures created with Kapoor Black, a ground-breaking nano-technology material, a substance so dark that it absorbs more than 99.9% of visible light.

    The exhibition's second venue begins with the monumental new work Mount Moriah at the Gate of the Ghetto (2022), protruding from the ceiling of the entrance hall, before further connecting back to themes at the Gallerie dell’Accademia, with spiritual moments and rites of passage expressed through Kapoor’s unique visual language.

    Plan your visit at the link in our bio.

    Images © Anish Kapoor, courtesy the artist and Gallerie dell'Accademia. Photography by David Levene.

    @marsilioarte #AnishKapoor #AnishKapoorVenice #GalleriedellAccademia #PalazzoManfrin #LGOLEDARTry #AnishKapoor's major dual-A13site exhibition is now open at the @gallerieaccademiavenezia and in the historic Palazzo Manfrin in Venice.

    As the first British artist to hold a solo show at the Gallerie dell'Accademia, the breadth and depth of Kapoor’s visionary practice is powerfully captured in this exhibition encompassing painting, sculpture and monumental installations.

    At the Gallerie dell’Accademia Kapoor presents work from his seminal body of early pigment sculptures 1000 Names and Void works, through to never-seen-before sculptures created with Kapoor Black, a ground-breaking nano-technology material, a substance so dark that it absorbs more than 99.9% of visible light.

    The exhibition's second venue begins with the monumental new work Mount Moriah at the Gate of the Ghetto (2022), protruding from the ceiling of the entrance hall, before further connecting back to themes at the Gallerie dell’Accademia, with spiritual moments and rites of passage expressed through Kapoor’s unique visual language.

    Plan your visit at the link in our bio.

    Images © Anish Kapoor, courtesy the artist and Gallerie dell'Accademia. Photography by David Levene.

    @marsilioarte #AnishKapoor #AnishKapoorVenice #GalleriedellAccademia #PalazzoManfrin #LGOLEDART

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