Opening night of Untitled (Basin and Range) at MOCA Tucson

After seven weeks of installation, Untitled (Basin and Range) at MOCA Tucson was complete. I was so thrilled to have so many familiar faces to help me celebrate at the opening including my brother, Hans, my dear friend, Dr. Holtkamp, my dealer, Cristin Tierney and her associate, Maria Kucinski, plus photographer, Marc Lins, my right-hand-man, Florian Altenburg, and, of course, my wife, Florencia Minniti. It was a fantastic evening. Thanks to Anne-Marie Russell, Henry Kerr, and all the MOCA staff and especially the members for making it a special night. Cheers to you!

Alois Kronschlaeger MOCA Tucson
Photograph by Taylor Miller.
Dr. Holtkamp, Maria Kucinski, Henry Kerr, Florencia Minniti, Alois Kronschlaeger
Photograph by Taylor Miller.

Alois Kronschlaeger, Cristin Tierney, Florencia Minniti, Anne-Marie Russell, Florian Altenburg

Opening night MOCA Tucson

Johans Steinrich

Dr. Holtkamp

Florencia Minniti
Photograph by Taylor Miller.
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Opening night of Untitled (Basin and Range) at MOCA Tucson

Anne-Marie Russell

I would like to thank Anne-Marie Russell, Executive Director and Chief Curator of MOCA Tucson, for the opportunity to envision and create Untitled (Basin and Range). She is truly amazing and has put together a fantastic team to help realize my most ambitious project to-date. I am so lucky to have had her support and guidance throughout this project. It has been such a pleasure working with her, with all of her knowledge and experience and I am so thrilled to be presenting my piece.
Anne-Marie Russell with Mike Hein
Anne-Marie Russell at MOCA Tucson
Anne-Marie Russell, Florian Altenburg, Catherine Eyde, Jocko Weyland, Mike Hein, Johans Steinrich, Florencia Minniti, Alois Kronschlaeger, and Henry Kerr.
Anne-Marie Russell