Art Worlds Professor Lori Cole will be presenting at the Whitney as part of 99 Objects, a series of in-gallery programs focusing on individual works of art from the Museum’s collection on view in America Is Hard to See. Professor Cole will address The Critic, 1925 by Arthur Dove (1880–1946).
Thursday, July 16, 3pm
99 Gansevoort Street
Free with museum admission ($22)
Full Details here
Dates: 9 April, 11 May, and 18 June 2015; 7–9 pm
Location: Cabinet, 300 Nevins Street, Brooklyn (map and directions here)
FREE. No RSVP necessary
Organized by Lori Cole
Please join us for a three-part series exploring the interview, the questionnaire, and the letter to the editor—three frequently overlooked forms that are nevertheless constitutive of many magazines. Each of these genres serves as a site of interaction between editors, contributors, and readers and is often used to assert or reinforce a magazine’s platform. The series will contextualize the development of each seemingly minor form and investigate its present uses in order to consider the role that it has had in articulating the identity of print publications across history.
For more information about the event, click here.
Please join the “Contested Images” class next Thursday, October 2nd at 6:20 pm at 25 West 4th St. room C-5 for a visiting curator talk by Jeanne Gerrity. Below is a bio and image from a show Jeanne recently curated. Feel free to contact email@example.com with any questions about the talk.
Image caption: Matt Lipps, Special Problems, 2014; C-print, 78.5 x 50 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco.
Jeanne Gerrity is a curator, writer, and editor based in San Francisco. She most recently held the position of Curatorial Associate at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, and she previously worked at the alternative art spaces Southern Exposure in San Francisco and Smack Mellon in Brooklyn. She has curated exhibitions at venues that include di Rosa, Napa, CA; Queens Nails Gallery, San Francisco; BRIC Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn; Artists Space, New York; Bloomberg Headquarters, New York; ISE Foundation, New York; Brooklyn Arts Council Gallery; and the Wallach Art Gallery, New York. She attended the Gwangju Biennale International Curator Course in 2010, and she received the Lori Ledis Emerging Curator Fellowship in 2008. Jeanne has written for Frieze, Art Papers, FlashArt, ArtReview Asia, Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, Rhizome, KQED Arts, and is an associate editor and staff writer at the online arts journal Art Practical.
Please join the “Contested Images” class next Thursday, September 11th at 7:15 pm at 25 West 4th St. room C-5 for the first of three visiting artist talks, featuring Theresa Ganz.
Below is an image of Theresa Ganz’ work and you can see further examples of her textured, complex photographs, hand-cut photo collages, and installations at http://www.theresaganz.com Feel free to contact lori.cole[at]nyu.edu with any questions about the talk.
Theresa Ganz was born in New York City in 1980. She earned her BA from Vassar College in Film and her MFA from San Francisco Art Institute in Photography. She works in photo-based collage and installation. Her work has shown nationally and internationally at, among others, The Datz Museum of Art in Korea, the Museum of Craft and Design in San Francisco, The Bell Gallery at Brown University and The John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Wisconsin and at various commercial spaces in New York and San Francisco.Her work has also been featured in print publications including Mousse Magazine, Outpost Journal and Magazine Gitz. She is a founding member and director at Regina Rex in Brooklyn. She currently resides in Providence, RI where she is faculty at Brown University.
This coming Monday, Draperite Anni Irish will be teaching a class at the Brooklyn Brainery on the history of the American Freak Show. Come one, come all!
August 25, 6:30 – 8:00 PM
The Brooklyn Brainery
190 Underhill Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11238
Full details available here.