DIS-PLAY / RE-PLAY reviewed in The New York Times
26 August 2016

“Art exists in a kind of eternity of display,” the critic and installation artist Brian O’Doherty wrote in 1976 in his seminal series of essays “Inside the White Cube.” “This eternity gives the gallery a limbolike status; one has to have died already to be there.” Artists and curators are still grappling with this idea 40 years later. “Dis-Play/Re-Play,” organized by Prem Krishnamurthy and Walter Seidl at the Austrian Cultural Forum and featuring six artists, offers an updated response to the white-cube conundrum.

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