The exhibit comes just to the cusp of some valuable critiques
This show at the Miller Gallery is ultimately confounding
A highlight of Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960-1971, recently at the Museum of Modern Art, was a listening room that, while mostly archival, was so well curated that it offered guidance that felt like personal discovery. Ono was part of a multidisciplinary milieu of avant-garde artists that included the influential John Cage.
Strong India in Focus exhibition could stand a little interpretative help
The works in Plus One, at SPACE gallery are submitted for your approval based almost solely on your own interpretation. Part of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s India in Focus festival, the six installations by four artists are presented without description, statement or even identifying labels.
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