80 Washington Square East, NYU

Lutz Bacher

The Long March

June 21 – September 8, 2018

80 Washington Square East and 34 Stuyvesant Street

The exhibition takes place in two locations at New York University. Each building houses one work. At 80 Washington Square East hangs The Long March. In the Einstein Auditorium plays Open the Kimono, a series of lessons published as a book of the same.

Organized by Nicola Lees and Robert Snowden. Produced by Lucas Quigley, 80WSE. The works are courtesy of Greene Naftali Gallery and Galerie Buchholz.

A gallery with gray walls and numerous small pictures of Chairman Mao mounted on the wall.
A gallery with gray walls and numerous small pictures of Chairman Mao mounted on the wall.
A gallery with gray walls and numerous small pictures of Chairman Mao mounted on the wall.
A gallery with gray walls and numerous small pictures of Chairman Mao mounted on the wall.
A dark wall with many small framed pictures of Chairman Mao hanging in a straight line.
A dark wall with many small framed pictures of Chairman Mao hung in a straight line.
A framed picture of Chairman Mao.
A framed picture of Chairman Mao.
A framed picture of Chairman Mao playing table tennis.
A framed picture of Chairman Mao playing smoking a cigarette.
A projection of the hand-written text "the supernova of narcissism."
A projection of the hand-written text "the male ego is a delicate flower."
A projection of the hand-written text "Would pain help you concentrate?"
Photographs by Carter Seddon