New Video Acquisitions: Four Voices

Jun 25–Sep 20, 1998


Recent video acquisitions includes works by four of video art’s distinctive voices: Juan Downey (Chile/USA), Péter Forgács (Hungary), Mako Idemitsu (Japan), and Ed Emshwiller (USA). Spanning the period from 1972 to 1992, the works cover a range of topics from the philosophy of Ludwig Wittenstein to the role of women in Japanese society and the making of art.




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