Primary Projects

Photo by Monica McGivern

This interdisciplinary mecca is artist-founded, artist-operated, and it shows. They're serious about their art, and their often-controversial exhibitions are always making headlines. Commercial, they ain't, and they're a sure bet for attention-getting art - including the infamous Miru Kim's performance piece where she wallowed naked with two live hogs for 104 hours.

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