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The currentmood of the Lisson Gallery in London is Cory Arcangel.

David Franchi 

Cory Arcangel: ‘currentmood’” was an interesting exhibition at the Lisson Gallery, but also online.

The exhibition “Cory Arcangel: ‘currentmood’” took place at Lisson Gallery London and extended online through an advertising campaign.

Arcangel is one of the most important exponents of

Exhibition ‘currentmood’ Installation view, 2016 © Cory Arcangel, co. Lisson Gallery, London.

Exhibition ‘currentmood’ Installation view, 2016 © Cory Arcangel, co. Lisson Gallery, London.

He often post on social media using the hashtag #currentmood. Its practice mirrors the current web – culture dominating the entire world, including those countries apparently underdeveloped.

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The new works of the Lisson Gallery London exhibition were presented in a ‘listicle’ way, including image dump self-portrait of Arcangel. New works were displayed IRL (Internet slang for “In Real Life”). The most interesting work, differentiating from the rest, was an installation of a series of slippers.

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