OUTSIDE MUSEUM, A Temporary Museum in the Desert, group show
2015, Hight Desert Ca, Presented by Thousand Points of Light and PMOMA, May 23 - 25
THE OUTSIDE MUSEUM brings together the artist-run project space, Portland Museum of Modern Art (PMOMA) and Thousand Points of Light (TPL), an artist residency in Joshua Tree CA, to make a temporary outdoor museum in the desert.
Artists include; Dan Anderson, Cali Thornhill DeWitt, Aimee Goguen, Kate Hall, Lonnie Holley, Johanna Jackson, Daniel Long, Mississippi Records, Dina No, Publication Studio, Richart, Katelyn Reeves, Kyle Simon, Angie Terry, Andrea Zittel, Vanesa Zendejas
Comprised of works from the PMOMA collection and invited artists THE OUTSIDE MUSEUM will consist of a modular exhibition display structure designed by Neil Doshi – acting simultaneously as interior and exterior, the structure will work both as a frame and as an object pointing to the vast frame of the Mojave Desert. This exhibition also pulls from the ethos of the PMOMA experiment, one of many in a long line of investigations into ideas surrounding institution and the notion of the museum itself.
Curated by Chiara Giovando & Libby Werbel Exhibition design by Neil Doshi Museum bar & cafe by Squatters