At The McEvoy Foundation For The Arts: What Is An Edition, Anyway?

This entry was posted on June 11, 2019 by John Calmeyer.


The McEvoy Foundation For The Arts has been in operation for almost three years now, and its annual series of exhibitions continues to engage and delight us. Nion McEvoy created the Foundation to serve as a public arts space in which his collection can be exhibited along with other artists in challenging and thought-provoking ways. The current exhibition, What is an edition, anyway? runs through September 7th and explores the concept of an edition as an idea reproduced in limited quantities. This group exhibition presents artworks from the McEvoy Family Collection and the collection of Thomas Cvikota alongside new and commissioned projects by Enrique Chagoya, Daniel Clowes, Ala Ebtekar, Jonn Herschend, Stephanie Syjuco, and Hank Willis Thomas. Alison O’Daniel: The Tuba Thieves, a related daily video program guest organized by Tanya Zimbardo, features works that explore acts of listening and producing sound. As with all McEvoy Foundation exhibitions, this is free to the public. You can read more about the exhibition and the McEvoy Foundation For The Arts here.

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