This exhibition, which celebrates MAG’s centennial, includes both
historical and contemporary works that explore how memory shapes both
personal and cultural identities, and the ways in which museums function
as "memory theatres."
The works, in a broad range of media, are by such artists as Barton Benes, David Maisel, Will Barnet, William Christenberry, Nathan Lyons, Armelle Le Roux, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Ori Gersht, Robert Polidori and Judith G. Levy.
Included are loans from public and private collections, as well as key objects from MAG’s own collection.
Offered in conjunction with the MAG Centennial.
This exhibition is ponsored by Richard F. Brush and Riedman Foundation, with additional support provided by the Gallery Council of the Memorial Art Gallery, Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP and MVP Health Care.
Pictured: Emily Miah Stewart, Memory Map of Joe's Pond (2004). Private collection.
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