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What Is It About Tom Friedman's Up in the Air?

by Char Jansen
900 sculptures of everyday objects that together comprise the work  by Tom Friedman have arrived at the Tel Aviv Museum. Suspended from the museum's ceiling, pieces of chewing gum, miniature planes, sporting equipment, and fragments of fencing float alongside other recognizable tropes in Friedman's iconography such as crumpled boxes of cereal, cigarettes, FedEx, and big burgers, exploded into space. The piece debuted four years ago at Switzerland's Magasin III gallery last year. Its orbit... [more]
Posted by Char Jansen on 12/10/14
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