Last week's dose featured a modern exhibition in a modern setting. The large-scale, blurred photographs of Hiroshi Sugimoto, and artist-designed exhibition, complement the gallery spaces in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago by German architect Josef Paul Kleihues, a severe, neo-Modern assemblage of boxes. This week's dose looks at another photographer's work exhibited in a classical setting, the Thomas Demand Exhibition at the Pitti Palace in Florence, Italy. A collaboration between the artist and London's Caruso St. John Architects, the exhibition is an investigation in contrast and integration, attempting to fit the works of the popular German artist into an ornate setting.

Thomas Demand Exhibition.Florence, Italy