• View of “Bruce High Quality Foundation,” 2014.

    View of “Bruce High Quality Foundation,” 2014.

    Bruce High Quality Foundation

    Almine Rech | Brussels

    In 2003, a group of Cooper Union alumni formed an organization to maintain and promote the artistic legacy of “Bruce High Quality,” a fictional artist who died in the 9/11 attacks. Since then, the Foundation has brought the gospel of Bruce to the Whitney Biennial as well as to shows at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, and the Brooklyn Museum, to name a few. For their exhibition in Brussels, the collective produced an impressive installation that referenced two of Belgium’s best-known artists.

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