U.S. Society Through 64 Artists
Part blockbuster, part narrative of the wide-open range of contemporary art over the past few decades, "American Exuberance," opening at the Rubell Family Collection November 30th, seeks to deliver a sprawling summation on the state of our society today. Two years in the making, the expansive group offering features 190 works by 64 artists, with 40 artworks created this year, many specifically for the show.
Culled from the Rubell's vast holdings, the exhibit will fill all 28 of the 45,000 square-foot museum's galleries with "American exuberance and its antithesis" as the conceptual thread binding it together, explains Juan Valadez, the institution's director.
Nov. 30-Dec. 4, 9 a.m.-6 p.m., 2011
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