This exhibition examines the curatorial process and how individual aesthetic decisions determine the content and installation of an exhibition. Thirteen curators were invited to explore how changing the relationships among works of art can create, reinforce, or negate their value and importance. The show is reinstalled on a weekly basis. Includes statements by participating curators Michelle Barnes, Jean Caslin, Kimberly Davenport, Sharon Engelstein, Ted Estrada, Nancy Hixon, Walter Hopps, Rick Lowe, Israel McCloud, Mary Ross Taylor, Barry Walker, Alvia Wardlaw, and Clint Willour.
(Exhibition on view June 24 – October 1, 1995)