Artist Abraham Cruzvillegas on 'Brilliant Ideas'

Selected for the inaugural Hyundai Commission for the Turbine Hall at London’s Tate Modern, Abraham Cruzvillegas is a conceptual artist best known for his work with found objects such as old furniture, wood, bottles, plastic, hair and feathers. Born in 1968 in Mexico City, Cruzvilleagas creates his work under the title autoconstrucción - or self-construction. In the thirteenth episode of Brilliant Ideas, presented by Bloomberg and Hyundai Motor, watch Cruzvillegas tackle the Turbine Hall commission in Tate Modern, one of the biggest challenges in the art world. (Source: Bloomberg)

'Lincoln in the Bardo': Charlie Rose
58:45 - On "Charlie Rose," a conversation with George Saunders with guest host Seth Meyers. Saunders is one of the most critically acclaimed and popular writers at work today. He has just written his debut novel. "Lincoln in the Bardo" tells the story of Abraham Lincoln and the death of his eleven year old son. (Source: Bloomberg)
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