Art In America

“New Humans”

at Bureau,
178 Norfolk St.

This group exhibition suggests it's well past time to stop worrying about disciplinary distinctions and learn to love the spaces of cultural production adjacent to the visual arts. Curated by Howie Chen, part of the artist collaborative/noise band New Humans with Mika Tajima, the multi-generation show has a sharp, politically nuanced sensibility, evident in the work of the inestimable conceptual artist Renée Green and minimal painter Olivier Mosset as well as poet Kenneth Goldsmith, clothiers Slow and Steady Wins the Race and musician C. Spencer Yeh.



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