After Hours
The Ureality of UFORA/
Notes on Contemporary Art
Delving into “exhibition as medium” and “institutional critique,” The Unreality of UFORA presents the work of a cadre of contemporary artists participating in an experimental exhibition. Full of incisive quotations from a variety of experts about the impact of “relational aesthetics,” its controversial acceptance, and its place in art history, The Unreality of UFORA should be on the radar of artists, collectors, curators, and art students seeking a high-octane jolt of insight into the relational turn.

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See poets, slaves, soap-sellers, lovers, inmates, outcasts, scientists, city planners, a guy reading a newspaper, a woman in a tree. The art of our time is a multilayered, international, interdisciplinary conversation.

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After Hours is a three phase project that emphasizes the value of promoting mutual understanding through art. With an exhibit about life’s big questions, an artists’ co-operative searches for epiphanies. Who are we, where are we going? These existentialists understand fame’s fifteen minutes are fleeting. Art is forever.
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In a spirit of camaraderie and conviviality, UFORA will organize informal, festive, round-table discussions. Interviews with artists, curators, educators, critics and cultural theorists will set the agenda for engaging discussions in a participatory, art-charged atmosphere.
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The Inexpressible, an exhibition that seeks insight into the nature of a mysterious, shared universe described by mystics, philosophers and physicists.
A creative alliance between artists from different countries - a model of
contemporary practice, a hybrid with exalted aims.
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The Unreality of UFORA
Art Luminaries
The Inexpressible

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