Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago: Without You I’m Nothing


Adrian Piper, “Cornered,” 1988. Collection Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Bernice and Kenneth Newberger Fund.

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Now through May 1, 2011

Beginning in the 1960s, artists such as Carl Andre and Richard Serra used industrial materials to create sculptures that left behind the traditional pedestal to enter the “real” space of the viewer, producing a new understanding of how work could be experienced. This engagement of the viewer was extended in a more performative way in the 1970s with the work of Dennis Oppenheim—whose figurative sculptures are often triggered to move based on the movements of the audience—and Michelangelo Pistoletto, whose mirrored works combine figurative renderings with the viewer’s reflected image.

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