Public Sculptures is a solo show scattered throughout the city by Brooklyn-based artist Adam Milner presented by Black Cube, the nomadic contemporary art museum. Curator Cortney Lane Stell describes the show as a counter-exhibition, as it takes an uncommon, pluralistic structure that embraces multiple sites and multiple audiences. As opposed to traditional exhibitions that are commonly framed as a singular concept at a fixed location, Milner’s counter-exhibition embraces plurality and dispersal with thirteen sculptures presented across New York City at thirteen sites, including a bodega, a friend’s SUV, and a thrift store. As a whole, the exhibition reimagines what encountering––and sharing––art in public space can look like.
Venue: Black Cube
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