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MOCAD is "Barely There" Again

Photo Credit: Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Untitled (Portrait of Dad), 1991. White candies individually wrapped in cellophane, endless supply. Overall dimensions vary with installation, ideal weight: 175 lbs. Photo by Peter Muscato, (c) The Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation. Courtesy of Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York.

A new exhibition opens Friday night at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit in Midtown. It’s the second part of the show entitled, “Barely There”. WDET’s Rob St. Mary spoke to Luis Crouquer – the Director and Chief Curator of MOCAD – in the spring about the first part of the concept. Today, he follows up with a look at “Barely There 2”.

(Click the audio link above to hear the interview)

For more on "Barely There 2" and MOCAD: http://www.mocadetroit.org/index.html

For an interview about the first part of "Barely There": http://www.wdet.org/news/story/mocad-is-barely-there/