See what dOGUMENTA curators discovered when they visited Chelsea galleries.
Winter Gallery Walk
Sniffing out great art and culture is more fun together! Rocky trusts his instincts and lead the way to Mary Boone Gallery.
Allan McCollum at Mary Bone
Following your nose pays off! Rocky discovered Lost Objects by artist Allan McCollum at Mary Bone... er...Boone gallery. It includes 240 cast concrete replicas of bone fossils from the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
Elliott HOUND-ley at Andrea Rosen
The color red is not visible to a dog's eyes, however this didn't stop Rocky from an interest in the surface and textures of this Elliott Hundley painting on view at Andrea Rosen Gallery.
Julian Schnauzer at Pace
Getting absorbed in the textures of the Julian Schnauzer... Schnabel New Plate Paintings at Pace.
Carl Andre at Paula Cooper
Rocky has become a real Carl Andre aficionado. He loves when the work is on the floor or very low to the ground. This sculpture at Paula Cooper is the perfect height to engage Rocky's curiosity.
Yinka Shonibare MBE at James Cohan
Sometimes you need to change your perspective to really see the work. Both Rocky and Jessica got a good angle on photos by Yinka Shonibare MBE at James Cohan gallery.
Paul Chan at Greene Naftali
Some intriguing artworks can be quite challenging for a small canine. Rocky is disconcerted by the air inflated "breather" sculptures by Paul Chan at Greene Naftali Gallery, yet he bravely approaches them.
Jaume Plensa at Lelong
At Gallerie Lelong where Rocky is intrigued by the oversized heads carved from salvaged wood by Jaume Plensa. Dogs have a very sophisticated way of perceiving human faces - it activates not only their visual processing but also the areas of their brains associated with communication, emotional expression and storing memories.
Pedro Reyes at Lisson Gallery
The totemic forms and drawings of Pedro Reyes hung floor to ceiling at Lisson Gallery allowed everyone a fine view from their own perspective.