Art In America

Muntean/Rosenblum

at Team,

83 Grand St  New York, NY 10013

For "The Nemesims," Muntean/Rosenblum have created an elaborate and rather eerie installation that evokes a home depicted in the computer game The Sims. To create a total environment, the Vienna-based artist team plays architect and curator here with a mini museum show hung inside a compact, drab living space, with many open sides, surrounded by a picket fence. Carefully arranged throughout the bedroom, bathroom and living room areas is an impressive collection of original artworks by, among others, Lawrence Weiner, John McCracken, Gilbert & George, Raymond Pettibon and Stanley Whitney along with, of course, collages and figurative paintings-with-captions by Muntean/Rosenblum.  

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