Suzanne Treister at P.P.O.W., through Feb. 23
The gallery’s main area shows Treister’s hand-colored prints based on tarot cards (each one represents a person or idea that shaped 20th-century history), while in the back room Treister calls out each person who attended the Macy Conference (a series of meetings from 1946 to ’53 whose purpose was to study the workings of the human mind) with a print showing a photo of the participant, his title, profession and a biographical text.
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