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Alex Da Corte

Friends (For Ree), 2017 by Alex Da Corte

Alex Da Corte’s flag is a replica of a drawing made by Ree Morton sometime between May 1974 and June 1975 as part of a project idea called Something in the Wind. The physical version of this flag was never realized, although many other flags were made with her friends’ names on them. In celebration of Ree and all of the friend families we form, may we grow stronger and stranger everyday.

 

About Alex Da Corte

Alex Da Corte was born in Camden, New Jersey, in 1980. Da Corte has had solo exhibitions worldwide, including The Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, the Herning Museum of Contemporary Art, Art + Practice, and MASS MoCA, for his first survey entitled Free Roses. His collaborative work with Jayson Musson, Easternsports, originally commissioned for the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia in 2014, was recently included in the group exhibition Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905–2016 at the Whitney Museum of American Art. His new immersive installation, Slow Graffiti, will be on view this summer at Vienna Secession. He lives and works in Philadelphia.

 

Creative Time has previously worked with Alex Da Corte for our 2013 Fall Ball.

 

Photograph by Nicholas Prakas

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Overview

Now On View

Flag Map

Artwork and Artists

Project Support

Robert Longo
 

Robert Longo
Untitled (Dividing Time)

 

ON VIEW AT

 

Creative Time Headquarters, 59 East 4th Street, NY, NY

 

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, 258 Main St, Ridgefield, CT

 

Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY

 

21C Museum Hotel Durham, 111 Corcoran St, Durham, NC

 

University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, 3821 USF Holly Drive, Tampa, FL

 

Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, 4454 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI

 

Kemper Art Museum at Washington University, 1 Brookings Dr, St. Louis, MO

 

RISD Museum, 224 Benefit St, Providence, RI

 

KMAC Museum, 715 W Main St, Louisville, KY

 

Cornell’s Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, 114 Central Ave, Ithaca, NY