Shawn Kolodny Brings Fake Fulfillment Center To Art Palm Beach 2018

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Following the massive success of the Fake Fulfillment Center‘s debut at Art Basel Miami Beach 2017, New York-based artist Shawn Kolodny is set to debut the exhibition’s second iteration at the prestigious Art Palm Beach Fair. The immersive art installation explores society’s struggle and obsession with fulfillment, incorporating fashion, addiction and social media into one collective experience.

Shawn Koldny Fake Fulfillment
Shawn Koldny Fake Fulfillment Prada Room

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The exhibition is designed to be social media-friendly, allowing the audience to interact with each room or station within the space that encompasses a different theme. At the Miami display, Kolodny held his quintessential “Addicted to Fashion” room at the start of the experience as guests donned lab coats and entered the space. Inside, his popular Prada artwork incorporated into vials and pill bottles was displayed in a picturesque, mirrored room. The rest of the exhibit featured everything from giant pill bottles where guests got to enter inside for photos, to a social media-inspired Twister, zen capsule garden and so much more.

You-got-any-instas-splatter-44x36-2-2-800x652Photo Credit: Shawn Kolodny

This time, Kolodny is debuting a 3,000-square-foot Fake Fulfillment Center at Art Palm Beach, which happens to be the largest installation at the fair, in collaboration with Curator Marcel Katz (The Art Plug). The immersive exhibit will once again confront the reality of modern addiction in a manner that is social, playful and insightful in an even bigger and better way than ever before. At Fake Fulfillment Center, fair guests are invited to participate in and become part of the artwork. Fake Fulfillment Center will officially open to guests of the fair on January 17th and remain open through January 21st.

I couldn’t be more excited to unveil this exhibition to a brand-new audience,” said Shawn Kolodny, “I am humbled by the success I saw during Miami Art Week and look forward to evoking the same self-exploration around addictions.”

 For tickets to Art Palm Beach, click here.

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