Reexhibit

Re`ex`hib´it


v. t.1.To exhibit again.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The show in Sao Paulo revisited her work from those two decades, but it is the nature of Okumura's art to establish new dialogues with the surrounding space whenever it is reexhibited. On the first floor, Diagram of Dimension C, Tokyo 1979; SP 2017, 1979/2017, showed two cubic rectangles drawn on the wall, one hovering over the other and both interconnected by angular lines.
The future masters' collaboration is expected to be reexhibited in Art Fair Philippines in February.
When Bartlett's figure was reexhibited at the Chicago World's fair of 1893, the famous and appropriately named White City, the title had been changed to Ghost Dancer.
All of the works hung in the original show that could be traced were reexhibited, most of those jeered at in 1913 being now considered masterpieces -- or even outmoded.