Hologram Series, XXIV G, 2008 - James Turrell. The hologram is a recording of light waves on a thin layer of transparent gelatin emulsion. In the emulsion is an image that has full parallax—in other words, it appears to have depth from every vantage point. This series of Turrell Holograms are reflection holograms; in a refection hologram, both the source light and the holographic image are focused from the same vantage point. Each piece in the series is unique, varying from one to another due to a number of variables, including color, form, geometric relationship to the viewing plane, light intensity, projection of the image or light, light gradation, light refraction, light diffusion and so on. 👩🏻🎨 #glass#hologram#jamesturrell#reflection#refraction#turrellholograms#galeriaomr#omrgallery#artstagram#artbasel#artbaselhongkong
There were a lot of amazing moments in one night! #madeby4hands I like the sound of the candles burning and noise music @anissatowati thank you! @rogeliososa @galeriaomr and so much more 💕#mexicocity#cdmx#galeriaomr
José Dávila, Joint Effort, 2015 .
Jose Dávila’s sculptures play with the tensions inherent in physical forces, balance, and mass. Experimenting with the mutually supporting and opposing forces of various combinations of materials and forms, the artist creates works that are an image of sensitive harmony and which resonate with a sense of vulnerability. #josedavila#galeriaomr#contemporaryart @josedavila
#MustSee : In Mexico City for ZONAMACO (@zonamaco) this week? Outside of the fair, make sure to check out the top museums and galleries around town. We're visiting Jose Dávila's new show of sculptural works at Galería OMR (@galeriaomr), Martín Chambi at Museo Tamayo (@eneltamayo), John Baldessari at Museo Jumex (@museojumex), and Nairy Baghramian's first show at kurimanzutto (@kurimanzutto). - (Image courtesy: Galería OMR photo by Rory Gardiner, Museo Tamayo, Museo Jumex, and kurimanzutto)