May 10 - May 21 1977
"Memory is at once selective and all - embracing; we are the inheritors both of personal, individual memories and collective, archetypal ones. We carry our lives with us because we remember events, people, feelings, relationships, places. We transmit them in an attempt to share ourselves - as we were, as we are, as we might become - with others. Each artist in the exhibition transforms this aspect of the human organism into a language for the eyes." - Memory catalog.
Organized by Marcia Tucker and The New Museum
Courtesy the artist and New Museum, New York