Nvisible Museum

The nVisible Museum was a dispersed museum, with works lent to friends of the artists, other artists, and even other museums. It was meant to be a ‘museum without walls,’ enabling the encounter with art to be intimate and personal. They appeared internationally from 1997 to 2002, spraddling the millennium, and featured numerous well-known artists: Francis Alys, Nobuyoshi Araki, Mark Pimlott, Liisa Roberts, Damien Hirst, Georgina Starr, Brad Kahlhamer, Sam Taylor-Wood, Emma Kay, Rachel Witeread, Steve McQueen, and Zhang Huan.


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