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Tania Bruguera. Untitled (Havana, 2000), 2000
 
MoMA brings the milestone performance installation by Cuban artist Tania Bruguera. 
 
On the view from February 3rd to March 11th, Untitled (Havana, 2000) is a crucial work of Bruguera, marking a turning point, when the artist started to consider active audience engagement. She called the works from this period a ‘behavior art’, that addresses collective memory. The installation, conceived for the 7th Havana Biennial, was on the view for mere hours, was shut down  by the authorities. Now, thanks to the efforts of Chief Curator Stuart Comer and Curatorial Assistant Martha Joseph, the performance installation receives the showcase it deserves. 
 
The exhibition is part of Citizens and Borders series of MoMA with a focus on works that offer a critical perspective on migration, territories, and displacement.
 
Video still from Tania Bruguera. Untitled (Havana, 2000), 2000. Sugar cane bagasse, video (black and white, silent), and live performance. 164 x 39 ¼ x 13 1/8 feet. Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Casey Stoll
 
MoMA为古巴艺术家Tania Bruguera(塔尼亚·布鲁古拉) 带来了里程碑式的展览。
 
展览从2月3日到3月11日,《无题》(哈瓦那,2000年),这是Bruguera的重要作品,标志着她作品的一个转折点,开始考虑积极的观众参与。她称这一时期的作品为“行为艺术”,以纪念集体记忆。这一装置艺术是为了第七届哈瓦那双年展设计的,当时只考虑几小时,被当局关闭。现在,经过首席策展人斯图尔特·科默(Stuart Comer)和策展人助理玛莎·约瑟夫(Martha Joseph)的努力,表演装置艺术得到了它应得的展示。
 
这次MoMA展览是“公民与边境”系列现代艺术博览会的一部分,重点放在对移民,领土和流离失所提供批判性观点的作品上。
 
Video still from Tania Bruguera. Untitled (Havana, 2000), 2000. Sugar cane bagasse, video (black and white, silent), and live performance. 164 x 39 ¼ x 13 1/8 feet. Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Casey Stoll
Citizens and Borders : Tania Bruguera


Tania Bruguera. Untitled (Havana, 2000), 2000
 
MoMA brings the milestone performance installation by Cuban artist Tania Bruguera. 
 
On the view from February 3rd to March 11th, Untitled (Havana, 2000) is a crucial work of Bruguera, marking a turning point, when the artist started to consider active audience engagement. She called the works from this period a ‘behavior art’, that addresses collective memory. The installation, conceived for the 7th Havana Biennial, was on the view for mere hours, was shut down  by the authorities. Now, thanks to the efforts of Chief Curator Stuart Comer and Curatorial Assistant Martha Joseph, the performance installation receives the showcase it deserves. 
 
The exhibition is part of Citizens and Borders series of MoMA with a focus on works that offer a critical perspective on migration, territories, and displacement.
 
Video still from Tania Bruguera. Untitled (Havana, 2000), 2000. Sugar cane bagasse, video (black and white, silent), and live performance. 164 x 39 ¼ x 13 1/8 feet. Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Casey Stoll
 
MoMA为古巴艺术家Tania Bruguera(塔尼亚·布鲁古拉) 带来了里程碑式的展览。
 
展览从2月3日到3月11日,《无题》(哈瓦那,2000年),这是Bruguera的重要作品,标志着她作品的一个转折点,开始考虑积极的观众参与。她称这一时期的作品为“行为艺术”,以纪念集体记忆。这一装置艺术是为了第七届哈瓦那双年展设计的,当时只考虑几小时,被当局关闭。现在,经过首席策展人斯图尔特·科默(Stuart Comer)和策展人助理玛莎·约瑟夫(Martha Joseph)的努力,表演装置艺术得到了它应得的展示。
 
这次MoMA展览是“公民与边境”系列现代艺术博览会的一部分,重点放在对移民,领土和流离失所提供批判性观点的作品上。
 
Video still from Tania Bruguera. Untitled (Havana, 2000), 2000. Sugar cane bagasse, video (black and white, silent), and live performance. 164 x 39 ¼ x 13 1/8 feet. Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Casey Stoll