Baby Paul and His Dad by Pamela Bannos
A Sound Foundation by Alberto Aguilar

and Mary Lou Zelazny—that focus on different aspects of Halupka’s life, from the places where he played as a child to his logo-designing skills. “I call it relational portraiture,” Cochran says, “because it involves depicting the same person in a layered way.” By concentrating on an average Joe, she adds, the show critiques the manner in which the media thrust people into the spotlight. It also raises questions about the role of the curator as tastemaker or “legitimizer,” since Cochran asked the participating artists to carry out a concept that meant something to her but perhaps not to them—or anyone else.