NYC Museum Exhibits Only Art Made In 1993

NYC Museum Exhibits Only Art Made In 1993

Show presents the single year as a pivotal one for New York art and culture, where AIDS, gender politics, race and art collided.

Daniela Walker
  • 11 february 2013

Taking over all five floors of  the New Museum, the exhibition NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star (named after the eponymous Sonic Youth album that came out that year) looks at the art made and exhibited in New York City during one year. Presenting both historical reconstructions of exhibitions and installations, as well as re-examining and reinterpreting art pieces in a greater cultural context, it uses hindsight to argue that 1993 was a pivotal year for the art world.

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