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Nathan Carter
B R DOUBLE O K TO THE Y N STREET TREASURES TAKE THE A TO THE 1 TO THE 4-5 ON UP TO BURNSIDE AVE IF YOU DARE. THE FORDHAM HEIGHTS BROWNSVILLE D ALSO GOES THERE., 2010
Steel, enamel paint, wood, wire, Plexiglas, found objects
56 x 71 x 8” / 180.3 x 142.2 x 20.3cm

NATHAN CARTER IN “THE MAP AS ART” AT THE KEMPER MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

The Map as Art

September 14, 2012–April 21, 2013

Inspired by the best-selling book The Map as Art, this exhibition presents artworks that explore issues of mapping—whether conceptually or quite literally—while also examining the personal gesture involved in large-scale works. The exhibition features works by Ingrid Calame, Nathan Carter, Tiffany Chung, Joyce Kozloff, Lordy Rodriguez, Robert Walden, and Heidi Whitman. The exhibition is co-curated by Kemper Museum Director and Chief Curator Barbara O’Brien and Katharine Harmon, author of The Map as Art (published by Princeton Architectural Press, 2009).

 

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