Grand Gallery of Art Museum of the city of Toledo, Ohio, as a rule, filled with classic works of art that date back decades and even centuries. But there was in it something quite unusual, fresh and bright. It’s a great man-made rainbow, placed in the center of the room.
Installation Author – Mexican artist Gabriel Dawe ( of Gabriel Dawe ). He used different colored yarns that look like rays of light. Handmade rainbow will decorate the Museum of Toledo until 22 January 2017.
Gabriel Dawe creates site-specific installations that explore the connection between fashion and architecture, and how they relate to the human need for shelter in all its shapes and forms. His work is centered in the exploration of textiles, aiming to examine the complicated construction of gender and identity in his native Mexico and attempting to subvert the notions of masculinity and machismo prevalent in the present day. His work has been exhibited in the US, Canada, Belgium, and the UK.