Reprisals, Reimaginings, and Revisions:
A Series of Events Speculating on What-Might-Have-Been, Part Two:
Exhibition Redux: A Conversation with Cecilia Alemani, Greta Byrum, Annabel Daou, and Marcia E. Vetrocq
In conjunction with our current exhibition, A Wicked Problem, a survey of impossible exhibition proposals, we're looking at the ways projects from the past have been revisited, thus proving that nothing is ever really "finished," and everything is up for adaptation and expansion. Please join us for an informal conversation with curator Cecilia Alemani, who recently organized Pier 54, a response to a 1971 exhibition by Willoughby Sharp on Pier 18, artists Greta Byrum and Annabel Daou, who curated an exhibition in the gallery that is now EFA Project Space in 2006 of unrealized artist projects, which they are reprising for A Wicked Problem, and critic Marcia E. Vetrocq, who guest-edited a special section of the July-August 2013 issue of The Brooklyn Rail on the subject of re-staging exhibitions.