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Altered Egos

Main Gallery Jul 9–Sep 5, 1994

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Altered Egos
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Altered Egos, 1994
Altered Egos, 1994, Installation view, Santa Monica Museum of Art Pictured: unknown Jon Tumlir and Kevin Sullivan works

Altered Egos presented work by artists who produce art under assumed names or who investigate the notion of hidden identities within their work. Unlike writers who simply adopt a pseudonym, these visual artists actually assume or appropriate another identifiable personality in their process of creating art. The exhibition, curated by the Santa Monica Museum’s curatorial consultant Karen Moss, included work by Vernon Fisher, Maxine Henryson and Hunter Reynolds, Komar & Melamid, Charles LaBelle, Annabel Livermore, Theresa Pendlebury, Brian Tucker, Jan Tumlir and Kevin Sullivan, and Millie Wilson.