Tabor Robak highlighted in NY Times review of New Order at MoMA
June 13, 2019
In Martha Schwendener's review in the NY Times of New Order: Art and Technology in the Twenty-First Century at MoMA curated by Michelle Kuo, she highlights "Xenix" (2013) by Tabor Robak as one of the two most significant works in the show, the other being Harun Farocki’s “Eye/Machine I” (2001).
The exhibition draws from the MoMA collection with the premise that the digital in all its ephemerality is "still stubbornly tied to the physical world."
Robak's recent solo show, Mental, at VON AMMON CO. received a favorable review in Artforum.
New Order is on view at MoMA through June 15.
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