Go Down Moses

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Go Down Moses

75.00

BY TEJU COLE

Interview by Karen Irvine

PUBLISHED BY CANDOR ARTS and the Museum of Contemporary Photography

ISBN: 978-1-950615-00-1

Releasing at the MoCP in Chicago on July 18, 2019.

Produced by Candor Arts in Chicago, IL

Co-published by Candor Arts and the Museum of Contemporary Photography

Designed by Matt Austin and Melanie Teresa Bohrer

Pages: 300


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Organized by acclaimed writer, photographer, and critic Teju Cole, the exhibition Go Down Moses presents a reinterpretation of the Museum of Contemporary Photography’s permanent collection that can be understood as a visual tone poem. Exploring elemental themes of movement, chaos, freedom, and hope, Cole uses the photographic archive to interweave the past and present, suggesting an aesthetic approach to understanding both human suffering and compassion.

This original publication accompanying the exhibition features reproductions of key images, as well as an interview with Cole and MoCP Chief Curator and Deputy Director Karen Irvine about his curatorial process.