Great news! Then & Now, the 20th anniversary of the The Center Show, has been extended through September. Attachment, my installation with Nathaniel Lieb, is a complex web of hearts and knots at this point and I’m thrilled to see it change for another month.
The piece is now up through October 8, so please stop by The Center to participate in Attachment and see how it has grown (208 West 13th Street, near 7th Avenue, 2nd Floor, 9am-10pm daily). We’re on the second floor; it’s hard to miss!
Additionally, Richard Meyer, Associate Professor of Art History & Fine Arts at USC and a member of the Then and Now host committee will be discussing Then and Now as well as the original Center Show in a keynote address at Harvard this October in conjunction with their exhibition “ACT UP New York: Activism, Art, and the AIDS Crisis, 1987–1993.”
It has been an honor to be part of this show and to work with Nathaniel. Thank you to everyone who has come by and participated.
Here are some updated photos by Megan Cronin: