The Iconoclastic State and Visible Publics

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The Iconoclastic State and Visible Publics

An image of the Townhouse Gallery in Cairo, before its reopening in a new location in 2016.

Curator Sarah Rifky recalls the role played by Oliver and Tellervo Kochta-Kalleinen’s Complaints Choir in the 2010 opening of her exhibition Invisible Publics at Cairo’s Townhouse Gallery, tracing its subsequent development into an art-world phenomenon.

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2017-06-06T18:46:25+00:00