An interesting pop-up installation happened in Los Angeles. "TURF: A Mini-Golf Project" was a temporary mini-golf course that had obstacles symbolizing urban ills, like "territory; housing affordability and environmental issues" There more at neighborhood blog The Eastsider.
The teams were LA Belzberg Architecture, Ordinary Architecture, Ball-Nogues Studio and Los Angeles Design Festival. That has one wonder what kind of obstacles would be on a pop-up course designed by Las Vegas firms.
Like you know who, artist Giovanni Valderas also uses pinatas as a visual reference. He will have new work at McKinney Avenue Contemporary in Dallas, Texas. "The show is titled 'Forged Utopia' and fits into a larger series of programming called 'The New Urban Landscape; which the MAC is coordinating to address 'homelessness, displacement, gentrification, and immigration.' " Glass Tire
Also, at Jerry Saltz's Facebook feed, someone suggested the city "should erect a statue of [Cunningham] at the corner of 57th & Fifth" . . .waking while taking a photograph. "I wish I'd have written that," writes the art critic.