On View: Hurvin Anderson @ Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago


Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Hurvin Anderson is featured in an exhibition entitled Homebodies at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. The exhibition runs from June 29th through October 13, 2013.

“Homebodies presents work by contemporary artists who examine the space of the home, both literally and metaphorically, as an integral site for making art. Featuring an expansive range of artworks, some made of materials found in the domestic sphere and others that represent or re-create a sense of domesticity, Homebodies demonstrates a new understanding of how the domestic context has influenced the creation and interpretation of contemporary art. The exhibition incorporates various media, including paintings by Hurvin Anderson; sculptures by Vito Acconci and Rachel Whiteread; installations by Alexandre da Cunha and Do Ho Suh; photography by Marina Abramović, Barbara Kruger, Doug Aitkin, and Adrian Piper; video by Martha Rosler, Rivane Neuenschwander, and Guy Ben-Ner; and a living-room environment by Dzine that doubles as a nail salon. It is likewise international in its reach, drawing from six continents to include more than forty artists at various stages in their careers.”

Durham Press would like to congratulate Hurvin on the exhibition.


Francesca Woodman
It must be time for lunch now, New York, 1979, 1979
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, gift from the Howard and Donna Stone Collection, 2002.72
© 1979 Francesca Woodman