Adam Milner: A History of Man
August 18 - September 14, 2016
- Opening Reception: Thursday August 18, 7pm-10pm
- Former Denver artist Adam Milner at artist co-op Casa Maauad in Mexico City
A History of Man is an investigation into the traces left behind by bodies — bodies of humans, of other animals, plants, and things. This collection of new works explores a longing to understand these bodies, to organize them, archive them, preserve them. Adam Milner, known for his rigorous and regimented documentation of his personal interactions through performance, archives, and drawings, steps back with this new work to look more broadly at stains and body matter. Boundaries break down and categories blur as to what defines a body and where it begins and ends.
Adam Milner (b. 1988, Denver, USA) has exhibited at the Aspen Art Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, David B. Smith Gallery, and has an upcoming project, Remains at the Andy Warhol Museum. He currently lives and works in Pittsburgh as an MFA candidate at Carnegie Mellon University.
Altamirano 20, Colonia San Rafael
Ciudad de México, 06470
By appointment only