Donald Moffett: What Barbara Jordan wore

Donald Moffett: What Barbara Jordan wore MCA catalog

Donald Moffett: What Barbara Jordan wore

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Donald Moffett established himself as a prominent artist and social leader in the late 1980s, taking part in the ACT UP activism, serving as one of the members of Gran Fury and co-founding BUREAU, a multi-disciplinary studio. His exhibition at the MCA included a series of his own paintings and a sound installation that drew from the life of Barbara Jordan. Barbara Jordan was a key figure in US politics at the end of the 20th century, advocating for progressivism and democracy. This catalogue, the initial one dedicated to Moffett's oeuvre, coincided with the show.


Robert Fitzpatrick (foreward), Elizabeth A. T. Smith and Jim Lewis

Robert Fitzpatrick was a former director and chief executive officer of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

Elizabeth A. T. Smith is an American art historian, museum curator, writer, and presently the executive director of the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation.

Jim Lewis was raised in New York and London. He has taught philosophy and literature at Columbia University, and has written about both politics and the arts for many magazines, journals, and museum catalogs.

Materials: Paperback

Size: 10" x 9"

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