A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters I-XVII. The new exhibition of Taryn Simon at MOMA looks like the great archives of particular stories. Four years of intensive travel were needed by the inquiring artist
to achieve this work that brings together blood related individuals. Each of the 18 chapters »nine of them to be seen at Moma » brings to light the often controversial story of a social community be it human or animal.
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