◇ 新しい木造技術と廉価な建築の美学について – 建築討論 – Medium
◇ ICADA / 岩元真明+千種成顕による、広島・福山の住宅のオープンハウスが開催 [2017/9/3] | architecturephoto.net
◇ 中西夏之《紫・むらさき XVII》──浸透していく無限「林道郎」：アート・アーカイブ探求｜美術館・アート情報 artscape
◇ Painting, Politics, Persona: What Polke Means Today? – Talk at Tate Modern | Tate
◇ Painting, Politics, Persona: What Polke Means Today? | Tate
◇ Where is Jack Goldstein? Douglas Crimp and Jens Hoffmann - YouTube
Douglas Crimp, Critic and Fanny Knapp Allen Professor of Art History at the University of Rochester, and Jens Hoffmann, The Jewish Museum’s Deputy Director for Exhibitions and Public Programs discuss Goldstein as a pioneer of conceptual art practices.
This Will Have Been: Art, Love & Politics exhibiting artists Louise Lawler and Haim Steinbach engage in a lively conversation about the tumultuous decade with David Joselit, former ICA curator and current Carnegie Professor of Art History at Yale University, and Helen Molesworth, ICA Barbara Lee Chief Curator.
The fall of the Berlin Wall and the social and political transformations that followed, from Bucharest to Prague to Moscow, marked a significant moment when artists were able to publicly reassess their histories and to question the opposition between East and West that defined the Cold War era.
This event celebrates the launch of Art and Theory of Post-1989 Central and Eastern Europe: A Critical Anthology, which takes the political changes during the pivotal years between 1989 and 1991 as its starting point, reflecting on the disintegration of socialist states across Central and Eastern Europe and its impact on art, theory, and criticism over the last 30 years.
– Introductory remarks by Roxana Marcoci, Senior Curator, Department of Photography, and C-MAP Leader for Central and Eastern Europe, MoMA
– Keynote by philosopher and cultural theorist Boris Buden
– Roundtable with Claire Bishop, Professor of Art History, The Graduate Center, CUNY; Boris Buden; and artist Alexandra Pirici. Introduced by Ksenia Nouril, former C-MAP Fellow for Central and Eastern Europe, and moderated by Ana Janevski, Curator, Department of Media and Performance Art, MoMA
– Lecture-performance by Slavs and Tatars
– Audience Q&A with all participants and editors
◇ Conversation with Amy Sillman: Drawing in the Continuous Present - YouTube
Amy Sillman presents an artist’s talk as part of Draw In: Conversations and Lectures on Drawing and Its Resonances. This presentation is in collaboration with the American Academy in Rome, where Sillman was the 2015 Mary Miss Artist in Residence. Sillman has been the subject of two major solo exhibitions at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden and the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. Her work is held in the collections of the Menil Drawing Institute; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; and the Art Institute of Chicago, among others.
Public Program of the Menil Collection, Houston, TX. January 13 2017.
◇ Artists on Artists Lecture Series - Amy Sillman on John Chamberlain - YouTube
Artists on Artists Lecture Series
Amy Sillman on John Chamberlain
April 28, 2008
◇ Artists on Artists Lecture Series - Jonathan Monk on Alighiero e Boetti - YouTube
Monday, April 28, 2014, 6:30 pm
535 West 22nd Street, 5th Floor
New York City
◇ Artists on Artists Lecture Series - Ken Lum on Ian Wilson - YouTube
Monday, December 9, 2013, 6:30 pm
535 West 22nd Street, 5th Floor
New York City
◇ Varda Caivano Artist Talk on Vimeo
February 22, 2015
Varda Caivano Artist Talk with Terry R Myers and Solveig Øvstebø
at the Renaissance Society
James Kalm recorded a walking tour of "What Is Painting" at MoMA in 2007. That program was one of the earliest, most highly viewed and commented on episodes of the Report to date. Seven years later, "The Forever Now" again presents a rare opportunity for lovers of painting to witness what the World's most prestigious institution of visual culture considers significant. The show's theme is premised on the notion that the internet has allowed information and influences to transcend time. This has freed artists from reflecting their own eras, while casting them into a mediated timelessness. Organized by Curator Laura Hoptman, this exhibition includes works by Richard Aldrich, Joe Bradley, Kerstin Brätsch, Matt Connors, Michaela Eichwald, Nicole Eisenman, Mark Grotjahn, Charline von Heyl, Rashid Johnson, Julie Mehretu, Dianna Molzan, Oscar Murillo, Laura Owens, Amy Sillman, Josh Smith, Mary Weatherford, and Michael Williams.
◇ Robert Storr | Schaulager
02. June 2018
Robert Storr, Artist, critic and curator; Professor of Painting and Printmaking at Yale University School of Art (in English, 49 min.)
“Setting a Good Example: Bruce Nauman in the Era of Misconceptualism”
◇ フィリップ・ターフ「Martyr Group」 - pastport
Born in New Zealand, artist Alexis Hunter moved to London in the 1970s. A painter and photographer who used feminist theory in her work, Hunter was politically active and deeply involved in the emerging British feminist scene.
◎ Feminist artist Alexis Hunter - biography, exhibitions, sales and contact page
◇ UbuWeb Film & Video: Wilhelm Sasnal
◇ 2006年10月14日 現場研究会議事録
◇ Geisai - 写真
◇ WEKO - 和光大学リポジトリ
◇ Rémy Zaugg — Mai 36 Galerie
◇ Gastr Del Sol - Mirror Repair (Vinyl, 12", EP, Repress) | Discogs