Charlotte Moorman, Tradition Disrupter, Is the Focus of Two Shows
by Holland Cotter
The New York Times, September 8, 2016

“So it makes sense that the new art season opens with exhibitions that celebrate her, two of them. The larger, “A Feast of Astonishments: Charlotte Moorman and the Avant-Garde, 1960s-1980s,” at Grey Art Gallery, New York University, focuses on her career; the other, “Don’t Throw Anything Out,” at the university’s nearby Fales Library, on her life. Both are demandingly complex, made up of hundreds of objects, videos, photographs and audio recordings, not to mention explanatory labels. But once you plunge in, you’re likely to stay, whether you’re deepening an existing acquaintance with the artist or meeting her, as many people will be, for the first time.”

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