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Helene Grimaud | Douglas Gordon - 'Tears Become ... Streams Become' / New York Times

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The Park Avenue Armory has played host to many ambitious installations in recent years, accommodating motorcycle gangs, massive video screens, multiple orchestras and Hollywood-style soundstages. Now, the artist Douglas Gordon and the musician Hélène Grimaud are flooding the armory's 55,000-square-foot Drill Hall with water for their project "Tears Become ... Streams Become ...," which opens Tuesday. It's an unusual collaboration between a multimedia artist (Mr. Gordon) and a classical pianist (Ms. Grimaud), one that promises to build on Mr. Gordon's previous music-inspired projects, like his film installation "K.364," based on Mozart's "Sinfonio Concertante" in E flat, K.364. READ THE FULL New York Times ARTICLE

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