Hot off the press: Neil Denari's Neon art piece "A Diagram for Thinking About Thinking" is on today's New York Times culture blog!
From New York Times blog:
"The Argentine-born curator Juan Garcia Mosqueda opens a unique boutique on the West Side, filled with limited-edition and rare vintage objects.
When Juan Garcia Mosqueda decided to open Chamber on Manhattan’s West Side, he needed a space unique enough to match the limited-edition and rare vintage objects he’d sell there. With a reliquary as his model, the Argentine-born curator hired MOS Architects to create a vaulted-ceiling boutique with perforated metal walls and concrete floors at the base of the High Line’s elevated railway tracks. Mosqueda will choose a new designer every two years to oversee Chamber’s offerings, starting this month with the Dutch duo Studio Job, whose selection of 100 desirable items includes a burnt wood butcher block table by Maarten Baas, a vintage fiberglass chair by Joe Colombo and a neon sculpture by the architect Neil Denari."