DUCKS IN A ROW (A short history of art since Chris Burden had himself shot)
May 10, 2013
Ducks in a row (A short history of art since Chris Burden had himself shot)
To many the expression ducks in a row simply means to be well organized. To some, though, the image instantly conjures up a row of ducks to be shot.
What does it mean to see a crime, and to keep silence?
This group show, featuring artists from Dogpatch and beyond, reviews art history since Chris Burden’s Shoot (1974)
Artists: Tony Labat, Joseph Delappe, Jonathon Keats, Nat Wilson, Marcy Freedman, Mimi, Adam Gail, Guido Gerlitz, and Yoram Wolberger.
“The great artists of tomorrow will go underground.” – Marcel Duchamp, 1961