Exhibition Review: Delirious Cities

Exhibition Review: Delirious Cities

Aperture presents their sixth annual Summer Open Exhibition: Delirious Cities. The show features twenty-three artists, from fourteen different countries, focused on photography, video and other lens-based media. The exhibit is based on the architect, Rem Koolhaas’s 1978 manifesto “Delirious New York.” From the press release, “The exhibition considers how the city is an ever-changing landscape, a laboratory of identity, a place of contested freedom, and a supermarket of desires.”

“Delirious Cities,” is curated by a guest jury, including: Brendan Embser, Matthew Leifheit, Chiara Bardelli Nonino, Azu Nwagbogu, and Guadalupe Rosales.

Featured Artists:
Sara Abbaspour / Laura Barron / Rydel Cerezo / Alex Huanfa Cheng / Rose Marie Cromwell / Esther Hovers / Mateo Gómez García / Délio Jasse / Lilly Lulay / Noritaka Minami / Alice Quaresma / Adam Pape / Carlo Rusca / Josh Schaedel / Michele Sibiloni / Chanell Stone / Leonard Suryajaya / Dustin Thierry / Bryan Thomas / Sally Tosti / Shelli Weiler / Yana Wernicke / Hal Wilsdon

Adam Pape

Alice Quaresma

Bryan Thomas

Delio Jasse

Dustin Thierry

Esther Hovers

Hal Wilsdon

Josh Schaedel

Leonard Suryajaya

Sally Tosti

The exhibition is open until August 29th, 2019. Feel free to check out the show if you find yourself in NYC!

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