Left: Stéphanie Nava, “Considering a Plot (Dig for Victory),” 2009. Exhibition view at the Centre d’Art Passerelle, Brest. © Stéphanie Nava.
Right: Luis Camnitzer, “All those who don’t know how to read English are stupid.,” 2009. Installation view in “barely there” (part one) at MOCAD. Photo by Corine Vermeulen.
September 16-December 30, 2011
MOCAD is thrilled to announce its presentation of French artist Stéphanie Nava’s first solo exhibition in the United States; on view concurrently with barely there (part two), a group exhibition in two parts that explores issues of immateriality, presence, absence, performance and the performative. The fall exhibitions are curated by Luis Croquer, Director and Chief Curator, and organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit.
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