About the Exhibition
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This exhibition is organized by the Minneapolis Institute of Arts in partnership with SITE Santa Fe.
Generous support provided by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
Additional support provided by the MIA Contemporary Art Affinity Group, Reid and Ann MacDonald, and Étant donnés, the French-American Fund for Contemporary Art.
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More Real? Art in the Age of Truthiness
A 300-page catalogue accompanies the exhibition and includes essays by Elizabeth Armstrong, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, and by contributors D. Graham Burnett, of Princeton University; Mark Levy, California State University; Tom Gunning, University of Chicago; Carrie Lambert-Beatty, Harvard University; Norman Klein, California Institute of the Arts; and Glenn Lowry, Museum of Modern Art. The fully-illustrated book also includes an entry about each of the artists featured in the exhibition.