Babette Mangolte: A Photo Installation at PS One
(1978)
 
Landscapes and History
(1997)
 
About Looking
(2002)
 
Art Lies and Videotapes: Exposing Performance
(2004)
 
spaces to see, stories to tell
(2007)
 
looking and touching
(2007)
 
presence
(2008)
 
collision
(2008)
 
rushes
(2009)
 
 "How to Look… 2010”
(Whitney biennial)
 
"While Bodies get mirrored"
(Migros Museum, Zurich, 2010)
 
Movement and Stills
(New York City, 2010)
 
Yvonne Rainer: Testimony to Improvisation (1972-75)
(Glasgow, UK, 2010)
 
Éloge du Vert
(Homage to the Color Green)

VOX, Montréal, Canada 2013

 
TOUCHING III with COLLAGE III
Inhotim, Brazil, 2013
Show curated by Rodrigo Moura: Opening October 24, 2013 for two years till 2015
 
READING OF YVONNE RAINER'S "THIS IS THE STORY OF A WOMAN WHO…”
(WHITNEY MUSEUM “RITUALS OF RENTED ISLAND” 2013)
 
I = EYE Babette Mangolte
(Solo Show at Kunsthalle in Vienna, Austria 2016)
 
 
  Landscapes and History
  Mandeville gallery, UCSD 1997
   
 

The installation presented a succession of landscape color photographs that recalled certain historical moments from anecdotal histories, with people or event to a conceptual concept of history evoked by the disparity between size and content.

From left to right and top to bottom:
A storm over the Grand Canyon, when a young couple think only of themselves and are impervious to the storm.
The same storm is an object of metaphysical reverie for a middle age man.
Two stormy skies in Montana, the Big Sky country, are side by side.
Three photographs are organized vertically. They were taken by going north and south and north again, from South Pass, a lake in Colorado West of the Rockies and a ghost town near South Pass with few houses as it was in 1986 when the shots were taken.
Dark sky at sunset somewhere in Utah.
Driving along in Arizona shooting photographs from moving the car.
A small hill in the Mojave Desert.

   
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