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Cornelius Tulloch, courtesy of the artist and YoungArts Foundation.

“do it (home)”

Katy Donoghue

8 December 2020

Launched in 1995 by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Independent Curators International (ICI), “do it (home)” started as a series of instructions from artists on projects that could be done from home. This year, the National YoungArts Foundation  looked to the project for its fall alumni exhibition, which was curated by Obrist. “do it (home)” features contributions from 29 artists through nine disciplines, like Priscilla Aleman, Demetri Burke, Ameya Okamoto, and Kevin Sherwin, and is available for virtual viewing online. 

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Named for Abraham Cruzvillegas's essay reminding us that everything is subject to evolution, "The Willfulness of Objects" features a series of works from The Bass's collection.
The collection of Judy Glickman Lauder at the Norton Museum of Art lends itself to a sweeping narrative of 20th-century photography.
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