Framing Exposure: Process and PoliticsICA / Penn Undergraduate Seminar Exhibition
April 30 - July 31, 2005
This exhibition is the culmination of the year-long art history seminar Contemporary Art and the Art of Curating, a biannual collaboration between the Institute of Contemporary Art and the Department of the History of Art at the University of Pennsylvania.
Presented in ICA's Project Space and Ramp, the exhibition Framing Exposure: Process and Politics includes artists working in a variety of media and genres: Craig Baldwin, Chris Chiappa, Andrea Fraser, M. Ho, Liza Johnson, Ronald Jones, Michael Rakowitz, Gerhard Richter, Tokihiro Sato, and Francesco Simeti.
Organized by student curators Cristina Alberto, Jessica Fain, Jordana Grodnitzky, Sarah Kearney, Eve Lateiner, Greta Perezcasas, Roman Petruniak, Stephanie Roach, Marianna Sackler, and Katia Vraimakis.
ICA acknowledges primary funding for this project and exhibition from the Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation. Additional support has been provided by The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, The Dietrich Foundation Inc., the Overseers Board for the Institute of Contemporary Art, friends and members of ICA, and the University of Pennsylvania. (Information complete as of 3/11/05.)
The exhibition brochure and the seminar that planned the exhibition were generously funded by the Department of the History of Art at the University of Pennsylvania with support from the Hyde Foundation.
Top: Tokihiro Sato, AC#11 Koto-ku Aomi, 1991, Type C Print,
installation views > click to enlarge