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Park McArthur at Museum of Modern Art San Francisco

Artist: Park McArthur

Venue: SFMOMA, San Francisco

Exhibition Title: New Work

Date: April 1 – August 27, 2017

Note: A publication associated with the exhibition is available for download here.

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Park McArthur at Museum of Modern Art San Francisco

Park McArthur at Museum of Modern Art San Francisco

Park McArthur at Museum of Modern Art San Francisco

Full gallery of images, press release and link available after the jump.

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Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA
Park McArthur at SFMOMA

Images courtesy of SFMOMA, San Francisco and Essex Street, New York

Press Release:

Park McArthur works with and through the social conditions of dependency, often in relation to care and access. This exhibition, the artist’s first solo museum presentation, examines the materials and processes frequently associated with monuments, memorials, and museums, and explores ongoing relationships with a building or place of congregation. New Work: Park McArthur features new and existing work that draws from the granite and wood of SFMOMA’s building, and includes photographs of informal gathering sites such as picnic tables in a public park. The marks and signs used at these sites question the connections—casual, recreational, ceremonial—that bind stone and wood to site, and people and locations to time.

Link: Park McArthur at SFMOMA

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