Gallery open Thursday through Sunday, 12 - 6 PM
*The gallery is closed July 2nd-3rd for 4th of July weekend* Celebrating Over 45 Years of Exhibitions
DEI Statement: Amos Eno Gallery is a space committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. We are proud of our intersectional membership body
and don't discriminate based on any factors when working with artists and the community. We serve as a space for respect, free from bias
for exhibiting artists and guests alike.
Join us as we read and discuss this classic text of subversion and desire. What are the mechanisms of capitalism and revolt? What are the roles of art and artistic creation in life and the historical process? The influential Anti-Oedipus dives deep into these questions. Prior background in theory welcome but not necessary.
We will read approximately 20 pages prior to each meeting.
Sunday, 10/27: Preface, Chapter 1, sections 1-3
Sunday, 11/3: Chapter 1, section