Michael Zahn, And Then We Came to the End, 2007
June 20 — July 28, 2007
Make some cocktails. Lets make a film.
It’s time to talk about the serious stuff. I know. It’s a subject we banter about. It’s that elephant in the room. Abstraction is a bad word. What I mean is that at some point, when someone made a monochrome, it was no longer simply an abstraction. A shift occurred, probably in the late 1970s. Although the ends of art remain the same, the stakes grew, possibilities opened. The movies began…
Organized by Carter Mull, this exhibition includes artists Amanda Ross-Ho, Carter Mull, Jennifer West, Jesse Willenbring, and MS artist Michael Zahn.