MoMA PS1 is one of the oldest and largest nonprofit contemporary art institutions in the United States. An exhibition space rather than a collecting institution, MoMA PS1 devotes its energy and resources to displaying the most experimental art in the world. In Summer 2016, the institution celebrates its 40th anniversary with a full lineup of exhibitions and events. Duggal was privileged to work with MoMA PS1 in creating a rare opportunity for the public to revisit a modern master of conceptualism and performance art. Duggal’s Brian Renaldo led our production team as we reproduced more than 1,200 prints from Vito Acconci’s archive ranging in size from 20×30 inches to mere centimeters. Automating a project that would have been nearly impossible for human hands to cut individually, our cutting edge flatbed printing and cutting technology enabled us to meet exact specifications, with perfect organization, in high volume, on quick turnaround.
Highlighted in an exhibit at the Neue Gallerie, The Berlin Metropolis, were more than 300 works from the greatest artists of the Weimar Republic, encompassing all of the color and chaos that defined a short era in German history. Organized by Dr. Olaf Peters, Professor of Art History at the Martin-Luther Universität Halle- Wittenberg, the exhibit was designed chronologically to mirror the development of Berlin. Our Role We at Duggal are proud to continue our long-standing relationship with the esteemed Neue Gallerie, and to have provided a variety of print graphics for this remarkable exhibition, including magic canvas wall murals, gallery Plexi-mounted prints and CAD cut wall text.
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