Remai Modern was designed for transformative experiences. Artworks are sited throughout the building, responding to the unique architecture, environment and Prairie light. These installations explore scale and perception, animating the museum's interstitial spaces. 


Haegue Yang, Four Times Sol LeWitt UpsideDown, Version Point to Point, 2016- 2017, aluminum Venetian blinds, aluminum hanging structure, powder coating, steel wire, LED tubes and cable, 1025 × 894 × 1290 cm. Courtesy of Galerie Barbara Wien, Berlin, and Greene Naftali, New York. Photo: Matt Ramage, Studio D.

Pae White, Lucky Charms, 2014. 165 neon, transformers, electrical wire. Remai Modern Collection, purchased with the support of the Frank and Ellen Remai Foundation, 2017. Photo: Blaine Campbell


Haegue Yang
Four Times Sol LeWitt UpsideDown, Version Point to Point
Location: Atrium
On view through 2019

Pae White
Lucky Charms
Location: Level 2/3 Staircase
On view through 2019


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