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Visual Art

Rachel Owens at the 10th Krasnoyarsk Museum Biennial

Sep 1—Nov 30, 2013
Krasnoyarsk, Russia
September 2013
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Sunday September 01, 2013
No performances this day.
Performance dates are highlighted in white.

Almost Antipodeans, 2013
aluminum bleachers, gold leaf, speakers, MP3 players, 8 minute 6-channel sound 
54 × 90 × 64 inches

Brooklyn-based visual artist Rachel Owens participates in the 10th Krasnoyarsk Museum Biennial, in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, as part of TransCultural Express, a partnership between BAM and the Mikhail Prokhorov Fund intended to foster cross-cultural dialogue between American and Russian artists and audiences. Owens has shown at the Austrian Cultural Forum, Socrates Sculpture Park, the New Museum Window, Apex Art, and other national and international venues. Owens’ monumental outdoor installation “Inveterate Composition for Clare,” which was originally at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, is currently at the Frist Center for the Arts in Nashville through 2014. Owens is represented by Ziehersmith Gallery, where she has had four solo exhibitions.

TransCultural Express: Russian and American Arts Today is proudly co-presented in partnership with the Mikhail Prokhorov Fund


Additional support for BAMart made possible by the Trust for Mutual Understanding.