Though a memory can seem to hold true in one’s mind, it is often riddled with inaccuracies, and gaps that have been filled by the imagination. So how much of what we know to be true is true? How much is fictionalized? In this exhibition, 12 artists—both past and present, from the surrealist Gertrude Abercrombie (1909–1977) to the archive-inflected work of Theaster Gates—play with perception. With drawings, paintings, and postcards they explore how places from our personal and collective histories define us. —E.C.
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