February 2012

Prospect.2 New Orleans

Eva DŪaz

WHEN CURATOR DAN CAMERON inaugurated Prospect New Orleans in 2008, billed as the largest international biennial in the United States, it was an act not merely of post–Hurricane Katrina revitalization but of civic reinvention. Though it received virtually no funding from depleted state or city coffers, Prospect.1 generated a great deal of curiosity, goodwill, and …

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