TAG Aviation Shoots for the Moon with Art Display

EBACE Convention News » 2014
Tatiana Ojjeh, above left, owner of Artlinery, and Patricia Low of the Patricia Low Contemporary Art Gallery, have joined forces to present a stunning collection of art at the TAG Aviation booth (5559) at EBACE.
May 21, 2014, 2:42 PM

Tatiana Ojjeh is back at EBACE again adding a now customary touch of art to the show at the TAG Aviation chalet at EBACE 2014. The hotly-anticipated theme this year is “Between Here and the Surface of the Moon” featuring a collaboration between Artliner and Patricia Low Contemporary (which has galleries in Gstaad and St. Moritz). The exhibition is named after a work by Darren Almond and includes paintings, sculpture and photographs by 14 established international and up-and-coming artists, and points to “physical travel and adventure.”

Artliner’s next aviation project will be bigger and more ambitious and ever, opening the old, vast aircraft research wind tunnels at TAG Farnborough Airport for creative audio and visual experiences in June and July this year (the opening is on Saturday June 7 and it will run until the last day of the Farnborough show).

“The project…will include a series of events, including music and performance,” said Ojjeh. “We are hugely appreciative of our superb sponsors, namely; Breitlng, Bombardier and Harbert Management…all our sponsors and supporters, including TAG Group…have really bought into the project, which is now set to expose the significance of the wind tunnels in a unique way.”

AIN enjoyed a preview of the wind tunnels last month, with the vast return duct showing incredible acoustics akin to a cathedral.

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