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LVAC stands for List Visual Arts Center (Cambridge, MA)

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MIT LIST VISUAL ARTS CENTER * February 9--April 8 * Curated by Joao Ribas - Taking up the reins of 1960s and '70s French Conceptual painting, Cheyney Thompson registers and examines the problematics inherent in painting's production, economy, and circulation.
Whitman's other theater works have been staged at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris (2001); the List Visual Arts Center, MIT, Cambridge featured Black Dirt (1990), which traveled to the Painted Bride Arts Center, Philadelphia, The Kitchen, New York, and the Walker Art Center at the Southern Theater, Minneapolis; the Moderna Museet, Stockholm (1989, 1987, 1973); Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (1982); Contemporary Art Museum, Houston (1977); and the Fondation Maeght, St.
the expanded facility will also house the List Visual Arts Center, the School of Architecture and Planning's Design Lab and Center for Advanced Visual Studies, the Department of Architecture's Visual Arts Program, and MIT's Program in Comparative Media Studies.
MIT LIST VISUAL ARTS CENTER February 4-April 3 Curated by Bill Arning, Mark Bartlett, and Joao Ribas In recent years, Stan VanDerBeek's role as a mixed-media visionary has been receiving increased recognition.
Frances Stark MIT LIST VISUAL ARTS CENTER October 22, 2010-January 2, 2011 Curated by Joao Ribas The title of Frances Stark's first US museum survey, "This could become a gimick [sic] or an honest articulation of the workings of the mind," not only confirms the Los Angeles-based artist's ongoing investment in language but also gamely foregrounds the self-critical deliberation that frequently emerges as the subject of her work.
A decade later, the catalogue of her first museum survey, co-organized in 1987 by the Dallas Museum of Art and the MIT List Visual Arts Center, revealed early paintings that showed her struggles with both Cubism and the aesthetic of Chicago Imagism.