The exhibition “Morgan Bassichis: More Little Ditties” opens today, Friday 30 June, at the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Massachusetts. The exhibition brings together a series of performances, installations, videos and text artworks produced by the artist during the COVID pandemic period.
Performing solo as well as working collaboratively in duets and groups, Bassichis’ practice offers intimate deepenings about collectivity and lineage of queer and Jewish radicalism.
On Saturday 8 July there will also be the book presentation of “Questions to Ask Before Your Bat Mitzvah”, which brings together 36 artists, activists, writers, and rabbis to reflect on questions about Jewish traditions.


More info: Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts
Dates: June 30 – September 3, 2023


Image: Don’t Rain On My Bat Mitzvah, Morgan Bassichis, co-created with Ira Khonen Temple, featuring Emma Alabaster, Zoë Aqua, April Centrone, and Pam Fleming. Commissioned by Creative Time for Red Stage by Rashid Johnson, June 5-July 4, 2021. Performed live in Astor Place, July 4, 2021. Photo by Matteo Prandoni/ ©