at the TEFAF spring art fair in new york, bureau betak has conceived an electrifying LED-lit concrete grid as the booth installation for galerie gmurzynska. the dynamic setting hosts a specially curated art presentation of 20th century masters, including a painting by joan miró and a sketch of ‘the gates’ by christo and jeanne-claude. bureau betak creative director alexandre de betak describes the scene as ‘a brutalist yet minimalist and futuristic setting for a powerful art selection…all in concrete, mirror and light lines in authentic betak manner!’

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the booth installation for galerie gmurzynska has been conceived as an electrifying LED-lit concrete grid

 

 

the bureau betak-designed booth features a luminous grid of bright white lights that dynamically draw viewers through the space. laid in concrete, dark grey walls are punctuated by a network of LEDs feeding across the façade, forming a futuristic and electrifying ambiance. at the back of the setting, a mirror-clad ‘secret room’ hides a further selection of artworks from galerie gmurzynska’s collection. at TEFAF, bureau betak’s installation offers an engaging ‘art experience’, providing new perspectives on the gallery’s collection, and a new take on traditional art fair encounters. 

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a grid of bright white lights dynamically draws viewers through the space

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the luminous grid spans the volume’s floor and walls

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laid in concrete, dark grey walls are punctuated by a network of LEDs

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at the back of the setting, a mirror-clad ‘secret room’ hides a further selection of artworks

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bureau betak’s installation offers an ‘art experience’

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additional artworks are hidden behind the mirrored room 

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