"Many good choices here, but I'll take the strange Hanna Liden totem of plastic bags filled with concrete. I just saw the Brancusi-Serra show at the Beyeler and it reminds me of a punk version of a Brancusi in a rude way. I like sculpture and this series feels like it captures this moment, I think Hanna is onto something here."
The 8: Adam Lindemann
What is your line of work?
If you could own any work of art, which one would you choose?
Guernica or perhaps Titian's Venus of Urbino. On second thought I'll stick with the Venus, I'll hang it in the bedroom
What is your earliest memory of art?
None, I was a poetry guy
Which museum/foundation would you like to be locked in one night?
For looking or for a heist? I say the Met, it's close to home and has what I need.