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West of Center: Art and the Counterculture Experiment in America, 1965-1977

  Client: Museum of Contemporary Art Denver Dates on view: November 10, 2011 – February 19, 2012 Exhibition total area: 4,600 sq.

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ft. Checklist: Over 100 objects including original and reproduced photographs, archival paper ephemera, video, works on paper, objects in a variety of media   (From the exhibition announcement) In the heady and hallucinogenic days of the 1960s and ’70s, a diverse range of artists and creative individuals based in the American West—from the Pacific coast to the Rocky Mountains and the Southwest—broke the barriers between art and lifestyle and embraced the new, hybrid sensibilities of the countercultural movement. The exhibition West of Center illuminated the unique works of these individuals through videos, photographs, drawings, ephemera and other original and re-created objects and environments. Co-curators Elissa Auther and Adam Lerner brought together a range of projects by groups and individuals such as the Drop City commune in southern Colorado, light show producers Single Wing Turquoise Bird, San Francisco’s extravagant theatre groups the Cockettes and the Angels of Light, modern dancer Anna Halprin, former Black Panther Emory Douglas, the Ant Farm collective, and the Womyns Lands of southern Oregon. West of Center traveled to the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, the Jordan Schnitzer Museum at the University of Oregon, Eugene and the Mills College Art Museum.   Services:

Exhibit Design for four areas of the exhibition: Domes/Drop City; Cockettes/Angels of Light; Anna Halprin; Ant Farm Exhibition development Development of environmental/experiential elements Casework design

  All photographs courtesy of Museum of Contemporary Art Denver | Ron Pollard