The Red Bean Grows In The South

Group Exhibition The Red Bean Grows In The South


15 Dec 2019 to 27 Jun 2021


Faurschou New York

148 Green Street Greenpoint, Brooklyn New York, NY 11222 USA

The Red Bean Grows in the South is a group exhibition centered on concepts of dreams and longing, featuring major large-scale and experiential works.

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Richard Mosse
Incoming, 2014-17
Three channel video installation with surround sound
52 minutes

Nancy and Edward Kienholz
The Ozymandias Parade, 1985
Mixed media tableau
457 x 386 x 886.5 cm

I want to use the thread of time to paint and document a person from birth to growing into an adult individual and use images, pictures, news, photographs to document this country's vicissitude. Between these two parallels they both blend into one another, they both create a kind of dialogue.

Yu Hong

I think my work is to some degree is pointing a finger at a side or an underbelly of society, the violence of society, the injustice of society. The absurdity, most importantly the absurdity of the human condition. What we've created and how we see ourselves is so absurd that I've always felt we don't even know we're alive.

Paul McCarthy

One can say "there's no such thing as a typical Rauschenberg" because there are such varied things but the more you know of the work and investigate it. The more you see there are these overriding concerns and themes that Bob attended to.

David White from the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation

You cannot catch a dream that's why you need art.

Ai Weiwei