Installation view of Projects 63: Karin Davie, Udomsak Krisanamis, Bruce Pearson, Fred Tomaselli. The Museum of Modern Art. Photo: Thomas Griesel

Projects 63: Karin Davie, Udomsak Krisanamis, Bruce Pearson, Fred Tomaselli

MoMA May 14–June 30, 1998

This exhibition explores visual seduction in the work of four New York-based artists who employ a vibrating vocabulary reminiscent of 1960s Op art. Unlike works that rely solely on optical effects, these hyperactive, seemingly pure abstractions are infused with reference to the body, pop culture, mass media, and language.

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