Home Sweet Home

Canning, Susan
July 2000
Art Papers Magazine;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p22
The article looks at the "Greater New York" exhibition which reminds people of the contradictory and often ambivalent present state of culture. For the average New Yorker or anyone else visiting the show, it York" is another form of entertainment, like Saturday at the mall, where part of the fun is speculating on what this show, whose very title suggests that it is something more than, really means. The main goal of the event is to gain prestige by proclaiming that its six curators know something of contemporary currents.


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