In a prelude to the opening of Ashes and Snow, an exhibition of photographs by photographer and filmmaker Gregory Colbert, Scharff Weisberg Staging created an outdoor projection displayed on the exterior of The Nomadic Museum, which houses the show from March 5 to June 6. Colbert created the museum, located in New York City on Hudson River Park’s Pier 54, as a transient structure to permanently house his exhibition as it tours. He worked with avant-garde Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, who ...

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