Over 21


Join us for artsmart, an intimate after-hours event geared toward young professionals interested in learning more about contemporary art. Enjoy a private tour of Doris Salcedo followed by a night of mingling in the museum.

artsmart chairs: Amanda Fraerman, Katherine Lampert, and Christina Ochs.

artsmart committee: Jennifer Aubry, Cayetana Calderon, Carley Champlin, Torie Conn, Andrew Fraerman, Jordan Goodman, Jason Guo, Olivia Ifergan, Jack Lubeznik, Lesley Pickering, Oliver Plotkin, Diana Rdzanek, Alison Schaffer, Michael Stone, and McKenzie Thompson.


Elegantly wrought from commonplace materials, Doris Salcedo’s sculptures and installations bear witness in startling ways to the aftermath of brutality and trauma in the modern world. This comprehensive retrospective of her work pays homage to her thirty-year career, featuring all major bodies of work—most of which have never been shown together before—as well as the US debut of her recent major work Plegaria Muda (2008–10) and her newest body of work, Disremembered (2014).


artsmart is made possible with support from the MCA Women’s Board.

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A building has several dozen chairs hanging off its roof and down the side, suspended by rope.
Doris Salcedo,Noviembre 6 y 7, 2002 Nov 6, 2:15 pm. 280 wooden chairs and rope; Dimensions variable. Site-specific work, Palace of Justice, Bogotá, 2002
Photo: Sergio Clavijo