do it, an exhibition that is now on view at the Mobile Museum of Art through July 1, has become the longest-running and most far-reaching exhibition ever to have happened – constantly evolving and generating evermore relevant new versions of itself. This exhibition has toured to venues from New York to Manchester, Budapest to Salt Lake City, Kosovo to Moscow, and now Mobile, Alabama. This exhibition, conceived and curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, and organized by Independent Curators International (ICI), is unique in that each venue enlists its own community of artists to create work based on an original book of instructions – therefore no exhibition is the same from place to place and is always most relevant to the community where the work is created.
The Mobile Museum of Art collaborated with more than 40 local and regional artists to present do it in Mobile, and all of these artists created work on their own time, utilizing their own resources. In an effort to help curb theses artists costs, please consider donating in honor of our do it exhibition. Money raised will be distributed to artists to help cover their costs for material and labor.
Adam R. Forrester
Brock Bernard Larsen
Amanda Solley Wilson
AIDS Alabama South
Alabama Contemporary Art Center
Alabama School of Math and Science
Mobile Arts Council
Spring Hill College
The Salvation Army
University of Mobile
University of South Alabama
If you love do it and/or the local art community involved in this project, please consider making a contribution, no matter how big or small and your name will be listed below. Donations are fully tax deductible, and you will receive a letter acknowledging your gift that may be used for tax purposes. Please consider making a gift today, and help us to bring high quality arts to this amazing community in which we live!
Charles and Mary Rodning in honor of April Livingston & Lauren Woods
G. Douglas Hungerford
Ruth Macnamara in memory of Dr. John P. Macnamara
Bernard and Barbara Malkove in honor of Deborah Velders
Allen and Kimi Oaks in memory of Harry Riddick
Donald and Jane Smith
Anna Farrell Swider in memory of Anna George Farrell
Franklin Trimm and Robert Koch
Dale and Jane Adams in honor of Wanda Sullivan