Nam June Paik’s “Alexander the Great” is a monumental work by an artist widely considered to be a pioneer of early tech and video art. This piece debuted at the Venice Biennale in 1993, and is a poignant reminder of how even the most powerful forces in society - whether an individual conqueror or advanced tech - all eventually become obsolete 🤖🐘 (Bonus shot of the amazing colleagues who spent hours setting up the wires that power the neon lights✨🙌🏼) #NamJunePaik#AlexandertheGreat#oldschool
His mojo 🔮 is undeniable. I'm so grateful to have him in my life. From fashion shows 👗to photo shoots 📸 to red carpets 👠and concerts 🎶; together we make magic ✨. He's talented in so many areas 💇🏽♀️💄🎤, my go to for nearly everything. Loved by so many because he is such a beautiful soul 💖. I'm so grateful you were born. Keep shining 🌟! Happy birthday boo!! 🎂🎈🎉Love you!! 💘
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You can find someone better than him,
Someone Less than him,
But you can't find like him.
The expression king👑.
So what do you think about✌ his expression and how's the edit.
Setting up an auction preview means long hours standing, giving directions, sticking labels and adjusting lights, all to make sure that the works are looking their best by the time people start to arrive. In the midst of it all, still managed to get an #IndianaJonesMoment with this incredible piece by Korean-American artist Nam June Paik. Full image of the work to come 📺🐘📻 @christiesasia #NamJunePaik#AlexandertheGreat#AsianContemporaryArt