Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
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Curaduría por Marga Sequeira Cabrera y Daniel Soto Morúa

Museo de Arte y Diseño Contemporáneo San José, Costa Rica June 13, 2019 – November 2, 2019

  A quarter of a century of existence is not trivial. Throughout this time, the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design (MADC) has shown its permanent Collection on 25 occasions; has done approximately 230 publications among catalogues, brochures and journals; has offered over 240 exhibitions—own curatorship and others’—in its building, and in other locations and

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Bad Influence Bad Influence

Bad Influence

Curated by Andrew J. Greene

Michael Thibault Gallery Los Angeles, California, USA 07/11/2014 – 08/30/2014

Bad Influence presents works by Gretchen Bender, Ashley Bickerton, Wim Delvoye and Jonathan Lasker symptomatic of a certain 80s generation of artists who simulated and abstracted the visual language of consumerism to rupture traditional media circuitry. The exhibition reexamines this aesthetic strategy and questions its use by artists today. Bender’s People in Pain (1988) isolates

Bad Influence presents works by Gretchen Bender, Ashley Bickerton, Wim Delvoye and Jonathan Lasker symptomatic of a certain 80s generation of artists who simulated and abstracted the visual language of consumerism to rupture traditional media circuitry. The exhibition reexamines this aesthetic strategy and questions its use by artists today. Bender’s People in Pain (1988) isolates