Seminar with Wilhelm Sasnal
Kistefos-Museet, Jevnaker, Norway
August 23, 2018
Welcome to an exclusive seminar about this year's exhibition, ENGINE by Wilhelm Sasnal. The program contains a conversation between Wilhelm Sasnal and curator Rhea Dall, followed by a lecture by Adam Szymczyk, Artistic Director of Documenta 14.
The seminar is held in English, with a deadline for registration by email and the maximum audience capacity is 50 guests.
More information, including schedule and pricing can be found at visitnorway.com
Fondazione Prada, Milan
September 8, 2018
The exhibition “The Next Quasi-Complex” will culminate in a live lecture, scheduled for September 8th, in which the artist and the actors Lars Eidinger and Sonja Viegener will activate the mobile stage of When I’m looking into the Goat Cheese Baiser, navigating around the installations “like a fly around a carcass.”
In Conversation: Francis Upritchard and Brian Griffiths
November 8, 2018 at 7pm
Join sculptor Francis Upritchard as she discusses her new Curve commission Wetwang Slack with fellow artist Brian Griffiths.
Playing with scale, color and texture, Upritchard has populated the gallery with a vibrant collection of materials, expertly blending figurative sculpture and design to transform the 90-meter gallery.
The fully illustrated catalog Francis Upritchard: Wetwang Slack – including a joint essay by Tessa Laird and Gwynneth Porter and an interview by Leila Hasham – will also be available to purchase for the first time.
Op art in Focus
Tate Liverpool, UK
July 21 – June 2, 2019
Op art in Focus is a part of Tate Liverpool’s in Focus series – displays of the Tate collection dedicated to significant modern and contemporary artists or movements. Included is a rare installation of Jim Lambie’s Zobop which floods the entire gallery floor with psychedelic patterning.
Screening at Japan Society Auditorium, New York
Tuesday, July 10 at 7pm
Co-organized by Japan Society Gallery and the Museum of Sex, this special screening is followed by a discussion with director Travis Klose and Maggie Mustard, curator of the current Museum of Sex exhibition The Incomplete Araki: Sex, Life, and Death in the Works of Nobuyoshi Araki. Moderated by Yukie Kamiya (Director, Japan Society Gallery), this important conversation will focus on Araki’s work and his relationships with his models including in the context of the current #MeToo movement.
Women With Cameras (Self Portrait)
Book launch and signing with Anne Collier
July 10 from 6–8pm
132 East 3rd Street