Over the last few months, Scott Carver has been taking advantage of our neighbouring proximity to the Museum of Contemporary Art, enjoying everything creative it has to offer.
We recently got #closetochuck with Senior Architect Trent Middleton organising a guided lunch-time study of Chuck Close; an exhibition of one of America’s foremost portraitists who over 40 years has redefined the art of printmaking. The team discovered a complex character with a colourful history and as fellow creative’s were impressed by the exhibits ability to illuminate such a profound commitment to the artistic process.
Scott Carver was also invited to the opening of LIGHT SHOW, a curated exhibition by Cliff Lauson from London’s Hayward Gallery. Featuring works from the 1960s to the present day by major international artists, you didn’t need to have an extensive knowledge of art history to appreciate what was ultimately the celebration of light.
Ranging from ethereal installations to sculptures that allowed you to experience them from around and within, it was a spatial and sensory delight represented in the most extraordinary form.
As architects and designers we know the significance of the creative endeavour, which is why we are delighted to announce that Scott Carver is now an official corporate partner of the MCA.
This partnership not only enables us to align with a leading Australian contemporary art institution, it provides Scott Carver and our clients with the opportunity to interact with the very loyal MCA audience, who are both socially and culturally engaged and eager to try new experiences. Most exciting is that we now have a forum to discuss contemporary art and ideas through a shared experience.
Keep an eye out for opportunities on how to get involved.
About the Museum of Contemporary Art:
Located on one of the world’s most spectacular sites on the edge of Sydney Harbour, the MCA is dedicated to exhibiting, collecting and interpreting the work of today’s artists. It is an integral part of Australia’s cultural fabric and is both a locally-loved and internationally respected institution.
For more please visit: Museum of Contemporary Art