Transactions: November 8 - 30, 2012

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Transactions: November 8 - 30, 2012
LeRoy Neiman Gallery
Columbia University
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Transactions

Curated by Marco Antonini & DETEXT

Exhibition: November 8 - 30, 2012
Opening Reception: Thursday November 8, 5-7pm

At a time when traditional economics seem to be losing credibility, Transactions opportunely explores the lapse between economists’ representations of the world and our daily experience. Featuring works that deal with everyday transactions and systems of bureaucracy, the exhibition probes the wrong assumptions and flawed hypotheses of today’s neo-liberal model. But rather than simply challenge economic fallacies, Transactions reveals the political and poetic possibilities of such gaps, errors and miscalculations.

Artists: A-153617 (Aníbal López), David Brooks, Martin John Callanan, Nemanja Cvijanovic,
DETEXT, Caleb Larsen, Julien Previeux, Daniel Seiple & KUNSTrePUBLIK, Katarina Sevic,
Santiago Sierra, Nedko Solakov and Nikola Uzunovski.

Transactions was organized by independent curator Marco Antonini and artist and economist Raúl Martínez (DETEXT). It was previously presented at the CCEG (Centro Cultural de España en Guatemala) in Guatemala City and Galería Horrach Moyá in Palma de Mallorca.


LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University School of the Arts
310 Dodge Hall, 2960 Broadway (at 116th Street), (212) 854-7641
Gallery Hours: Mon - Fri, 9am to 5pm
Closed on Saturday and Sunday


For information on past exhibitions please visit:
List of Past LeRoy Neiman Gallery Exhibitions



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