Exposition de groupe

 

Photo: Jason Mandella

In Exposition de groupe Olivier Mosset underscored the possibility of reading an artwork only in the context of a group show. Large-scale monochromatic paintings spelling out various words including Marcel Duchamp's "Mutt" and "Tu m'" were paired with Serge Bard's film Fun and Games for Everyone (1968), which featured the crowd that attended Mosset's first gallery show in Paris, just months after the 1968 protests. This exhibition was curated by Thomas Delamarre and Sophie Claudel of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy, and Tim Griffin of The Kitchen. It's presentation at The Kitchen was paired with another exhibition at the Cultural Services of the French Embassy.

 

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