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Table of Contents: Allen Ruppersberg and Christophe Cherix

Tuesday, Oct 13, 2009  7pm–8:30pm iCal

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Table of Contents: Allen Ruppersberg and Christophe Cherix

Artist Allen Ruppersberg and Christophe Cherix, curator of prints and illustrated books at the Museum of Modern Art, New York discuss the literary underpinnings of Ruppersberg’s work as it relates to his two new installations now on view at SMMoA. The conversation will examine Ruppersberg’s relationship with other conceptual artists, his significant previous exhibitions, as well as the participatory nature of his work from the 1960s to the present day.

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