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Culture Hole presents L’Attico, a one-night-only exhibition by artist Jesse Morgan Barnett. The exhibition’s title points historically to Sargentini’s Galleria L’Attico, and in doing so adopts the spirit of Arte Povera, blurring relational boundaries between the object, the environment in which it inhabits, and "action" performance.

The inherent nature of a two-hour-long event is less of an exhibition and more of a performance in itself, and Barnett fully embraces this. For L’Attico, Barnett presents a small sculpture with a host to finalize the exhibition. It correlates careful looking, winning probability, political evolution and the original Untitled (12 Horses) by Jannis Kounellis into a scaled down curatorial proposition.

Culture Hole presents L’Attico, a one-night-only exhibition by artist Jesse Morgan Barnett. The exhibition’s title points historically to Sargentini’s Galleria L’Attico, and in doing so adopts the spirit of Arte Povera, blurring relational boundaries between the object, the environment in which it inhabits, and "action" performance.

The inherent nature of a two-hour-long event is less of an exhibition and more of a performance in itself, and Barnett fully embraces this. For L’Attico, Barnett presents a small sculpture with a host to finalize the exhibition. It correlates careful looking, winning probability, political evolution and the original Untitled (12 Horses) by Jannis Kounellis into a scaled down curatorial proposition.

Culture Hole presents L’Attico, a one-night-only exhibition by artist Jesse Morgan Barnett. The exhibition’s title points historically to Sargentini’s Galleria L’Attico, and in doing so adopts the spirit of Arte Povera, blurring relational boundaries between the object, the environment in which it inhabits, and "action" performance.

The inherent nature of a two-hour-long event is less of an exhibition and more of a performance in itself, and Barnett fully embraces this. For L’Attico, Barnett presents a small sculpture with a host to finalize the exhibition. It correlates careful looking, winning probability, political evolution and the original Untitled (12 Horses) by Jannis Kounellis into a scaled down curatorial proposition.

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Culture Hole
3816 Commerce St.
Dallas, TX 75226
http://www.culturehole.org/projects/

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