Ryan Trecartin’s Any Ever at MOCA

Ryan Trecartin’s Any Ever (2009-2010) is a seven-movie epic video produced in Miami with collaborator Lizzie Fitch and other contributors ranging from friends and artists to professional child actors.
Ryan Trecartin was rewarded as “the most consequential artist to have emerged since the nineteen-eighties” by Peter Schjeldahl, (The New Yorker, June 27, 2011).
The presentation of Any Ever at MOCA was the first time that the work was shown in its entirety in Miami, the city that was not only the setting for the movies and inspiration for some of their content, but also a character within the works. For the exhibition, MOCA’s galleries transformed into spaces that are quasi-recognizable as particular public and private settings, anchored by key seating elements.

Any Ever is on view at MOCA, North Miami from June 24 through September 4, with another iteration simultaneously on view at MoMA PS1 in New York from June 19 through September 3, 2011.

The presentation of Any Ever at MOCA is organized by MOCA Associate Curator Ruba Katrib.