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MWTH is a group exhibition initiated and curated by artist, Bek Andersen. Inspired by the viral image of Medusa with the Head of Perseus by Luciano Garbati, the month long exhibition showcases the sculpture in New York for the first time, alongside works by Molly Zuckerman-Hartung, Fox Hysen, Amaryllis DeJesus Moleski, Danielle Bowman, Este Puerta, Ilana Savdie, Terri Zupanc, Yo-E Ryu, Camille Altay, and Bek Andersen.

The Winter Solstice closing party will be held on December 20th from 8pm. Details TBC

On view November 19th to December 20th, 2018  | Gallery and reading room hours: Monday – Saturday 10am – 6pm
MWTH is an exhibition entangled in the narrative habits of classical imaginaries, their foundational role in present culture and their visions of the future. MWTH seeks to reorient androcentric lore, to queer iconography, to re-reformulate antiquity’s heroic center and it’s modes of (re)production.
MWTH Project was (immaculately) conceived by Bek Andersen, inspired by the viral image of Medusa with the Head of Perseus by Luciano Garbati. The unapologetically revisionist Garbati Medusa will be on view IRL, alongside works by Molly Zuckerman-Hartung, Fox Hysen, Amaryllis DeJesus Moleski, Danielle Bowman, Este Puerta, Ilana Savdie, Terri Zupanc, Yo-E Ryu, Camille Altay, and Bek Andersen.
Weekly screenings and discussion of Joseph Campbell’s The Power of Myth (details TBA)