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Francis Alys, The Collector, 2001, photograph (from a set of 12 postcards, 1991-2001) [Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Portland OR, Sep 4-Nov 2]

Walk Ways Explores Connection
Between Art and Body

Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA)
Portland, OR • Sept 4-Nov 2, 2002

Work by 19 nationally renowned and emerging artists will be on display at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art. Walk Ways surveys 30 years of artworks that explore the experience of walking. Paintings, drawings, videos, photographs and sculptures illustrate the profound connection between contemporary art and the human body in motion. It’s an intriguing demonstration of art about life versus art about art.

Vito Acconci, Following Piece
Vito Acconci, Following Piece, 1969, photograph [Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Portland OR, Sep 4-Nov 2]

Walk Ways was created for Independent Curators International, a New York City-based touring agency by PICA curator, Stuart Horodner. The show, which debuts in Portland, will travel around North America and includes the following internationally known artists: Hamish Fulton, Francis Alys, Martin Kersels, Nancy Spero, Janet Cardiff, Janine Antoni, Francois Morelli, and Eleanor Antin.

Walk Ways will be on display at PICA from Sept. 4 through Nov. 2, 2002.

A catalogue published by Independent Curators International accompanies the Walk Ways exhibition. Order from PICA; to order call (503)242-1419 or email: pica@pica.org. US$17.95 + postage and handling.

www.pica.org

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