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    • 27.03.2019 - Glenn Ligon: In Conversation with Donatien Grau and Anne Lafont, Institut national d'historie de l'art

      27.03.2019 - Glenn Ligon: In Conversation with Donatien Grau and Anne Lafont, Institut national d'historie de l'art

      Glenn Ligon: In Conversation with Donatien Grau and Anne Lafont, Institut national d'historie de l'art

       

      Following the opening of Glenn Ligon's 'Some Black Parisians' at the Musée d'Orsay, Glenn Ligon will be in conversation with Donatien Grau, head of contemporary programs at Musée d’Orsay, and Anne Lafont, Director of Studies at École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales. 

       

      Galerie Colbert, Auditorium
      Institut national d'histoire de l'art
      6, rue des Petits-Champs ou 2, rue Vivienne 
      75002 Paris

       

      Wednesday 27 March 2019 

      6:30pm

       

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    • 26.03.2019 - Glenn Ligon: Some Black Parisians, Musée d'Orsay

      26.03.2019 - Glenn Ligon: Some Black Parisians, Musée d'Orsay

      Glenn Ligon: Some Black Parisians, Musée d'Orsay

       

      Ligon's new commission from Musée d'Orsay, Some Black Parisians, consists of 12 large scale neons which highlight the names of some of the models, performers and writers who appear in important French works of art from the 19th and early 20th centuries. 

       

      Musée d'Orsay
      Allée centrale des sculptures

      1 Rue de la Légion d'Honneur,

      75007 Paris

       

      26 March - 21 July 2019 

       

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    • 24.03.2019 - John Gerrard: Beijing Art Summit

      24.03.2019 - John Gerrard: Beijing Art Summit

      John Gerrard: Beijing Art Summit 

       

      John Gerrard will participate in the Panel B discussion, Front Lines On-Line, at the Beijing Art Summit. 

       

      This conversation will debate the multiple directions and impacts, to date, of digital technology on art and culture, in China and globally — from both international and Chinese perspectives. Artists and curators give in depth reflections on the peer-to-peer culture, fluidity of identity and representation and new modes of thinking and art that are evolving now. In the field of art, where it’s all about relationships, how is the Digital Age shifting personal relationships?

       

      Auditorium 

      UCCA

       

      Sunday 24 March 2019

      11:45 - 1:15pm 

       

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    • 21.03.2019 - Paul Pfeiffer: Lecture - 'On Double Consciousness', University of Massachusetts Amherst

      21.03.2019 - Paul Pfeiffer: Lecture - 'On Double Consciousness', University of Massachusetts Amherst

      Paul Pfeiffer: Lecture - 'On Double Consciousness', University of Massachusetts Amherst 

       

      Spring Lecture: Paul Pfeiffer

       

      John W. Olver Design Building, Room 170

      Department of Architecture

      University of Massachusetts Amherst  

      210 Design Building
      551 North Pleasant Street

       

      Thursday 21 March 2019

      4:00pm 

       

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    • 23.03.2019 - Akram Zaatari: The Script, Modern Art Oxford

      23.03.2019 - Akram Zaatari: The Script, Modern Art Oxford

      Akram Zaatari: The Script

       

      Modern Art Oxford presents a solo exhibition of works by Akram Zaatari. The exhibition includes the major new work, The Script (2018), and the video installation Dance to the End of Love (2011). Also on view is a photo-transfer installation devised onsite at Modern Art Oxford by Zaatari that extends his ongoing series, Studio Practices. 

       

      Akram Zaatari: The Script is a touring exhibition by New Art Exchange, Nottingham, in partnership with Turner Contemporary and Modern Art Oxford. Funded by Arts Council England. 

       

      Modern Art Oxford

      30 Pembroke Street
      Oxford, UK
      OX1 1BP

       

      23 March - 12 May 2019

       

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    • 08.03.2019 - Abraham Cruzvillegas, Paul Pfeiffer: Honolulu Biennial 2019

      08.03.2019 - Abraham Cruzvillegas, Paul Pfeiffer: Honolulu Biennial 2019

      Abraham Cruzvillegas, Paul Pfeiffer: Honolulu Biennial 2019

       

      Across various locations, the Honolulu Biennial 2019, 'To Make Wrong / Right / Now', showcases 47 artists and collectives from Hawai’i and the countries and continents linked by the Pacific.

       

      8 March - 5 May 2019

       

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    • 07.03.2019 - Barbara Kasten, Akram Zaatari: Sharjah Biennial 14

      07.03.2019 - Barbara Kasten, Akram Zaatari: Sharjah Biennial 14

      Barbara Kasten, Akram Zaatari: Sharjah Biennial 14

       

      Sharjah Biennial 14, Leaving the Echo Chamber, will showcase three unqiue exhibitions, curated by Zoe Butt, Omar Kholeif and Claire Tancons. 

       

      Sharjah Art Foundation

      Sharjah Art Museum

      Al Shuwaiheen

      Arts Area, Sharjah

       

      7 March - 10 June 2019

       

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    • 06.03.2019 - Amy Sillman: Amy Sillman in conversation with Harry Dodge, Museum of Fine Arts Boston

      06.03.2019 - Amy Sillman: Amy Sillman in conversation with Harry Dodge, Museum of Fine Arts Boston

      Amy Sillman: Amy Sillman in conversation with Harry Dodge, Mueum of Fine Arts Boston

       

      Amy Sillman joins Harry Dodge in a public conversation for the annual Beckwith Lecture established in 1978 by Leo and Betty Beckwith to bring curators and cultural thinkers of national and international stature to the SMFA. 

       

      Harry and Mildred Remis Auditorium (Auditorium 161)

      Museum of Fine Arts Boston

      Avenue of the Arts 
      465 Huntington Avenue 
      Boston, Massachusetts 02115

       

      Wednesday 6 March 2019 

      7:00 - 8:00pm

       

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    • 04.03.2019 - Dana Schutz: Dana Schutz in Conversation with Hamza Walker, Stanford University

      04.03.2019 - Dana Schutz: Dana Schutz in Conversation with Hamza Walker, Stanford University

      Dana Schutz: Dana Schutz in Conversation with Hamza Walker, Stanford University 

       

      As part of Artists on the Future, a new conversation series launching March 2019, Dana Schutz will be in conversation with Hamza Walker, Director of LAXART. They will address the history and issues of appropriation and representation, exploring the paradox of artistic practice by asking the question, “Is all painting personal?” Taking the artist’s practice into account, the talk will also explore the paradoxical nature of the artistic process – a solitary act that is often offered for public scrutiny.

       

      Stanford University

      CEMEX Auditorium

      655 Knight Way

      Stanford CA 94305

       

      Monday 4 March 2019 

      6:00pm

       

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    • 28.02.2019 - Abraham Cruzvillegas, Anya Gallaccio: Special Project at Ignacio Zaragoza Avenue

      28.02.2019 - Abraham Cruzvillegas, Anya Gallaccio: Special Project at Ignacio Zaragoza Avenue

      Abraham Cruzvillegas and Anya Gallaccio: Special Project at Ignacio Zaragoza Avenue

       

      Ciclónica is a group exhibtion on the Ignacio Zaragoza Avenue (Mexico-Puebla motorway), where chain-link fencing separates the highway from the adjoining neighborhoods; this road is used to enter the city from its south and east sides, meaning some local businesses use these fences to advertise their services. Ciclónica invited artists to create an image or a text, reproduced as digital prints on one square meter canvases. The works were mounted on the fences along the motorway, and distributed in the following stations: Tejones, Caseta Vieja, Cárcel, Peñón Viejo, Clínica 25, Tepalcates.

       

      The fence's original use for advertising presupposes a certain visibility for passersby and for people using public transport. In this way, the city is put to use, especially through the so-called peripheries,  as an exhibition platform to show the works of various national and international artists to those who travel through, or are displaced by, the city.

       

      Curated by Antonio Nieto Cuevas.

       

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