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Grey Art Gallery at New York University is proud to partner with Visual AIDS for Day With(out) Art 2020 by presenting TRANSMISSIONS, a program of six new videos considering the impact of HIV and AIDS beyond the United States. The video program brings together artists working across the world: Jorge Bordello (Mexico), Gevi Dimitrakopoulou (Greece), Las […]
This panel will open up a space to think critically about the digital tools and approaches of heritage making in the region. Digital technologies can shroud and conceal other profits, motives, and lurking tropes from eras past—this week we explore three perspectives on digital tools that are making possible what we mourn, preserve, and remember. Join the Kevorkian Center with Saima Akhtar, Morehshin Allahyari, Roopika Risam, and discussant Nanna Bonde Thylstrup to think through these questions and discuss together issues of materiality and "digital colonialism." Registration required.
Join us for a panel discussion with Lynn Gumpert, Director, Grey Art Gallery; Cindy Caplan, Chief Counsel & Talent Officer, The Jewish Museum; and Jason Busch, Director and Chief Executive Officer, American Folk Art Museum; joined and moderated by POWarts Steering Committee member Molly Kurzius, Director of External Affairs, MoMA PS1. The group will discuss their paths to reopening (or decision to remain closed), management shifts, creative fundraising and programmatic initiatives, and what comes next as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. Registration required.
The lecture will be given by the Institute's alumna, Professor Yeon Shim Chung on the occasion of her latest edited book, Korean Art From 1953: Collision, Innovation, Interaction, published by Phaidon in June 2020. The discussion will focus on Korean experimental avant-garde art in the 1960s and 1970s and its global context. Professor Chung will be examining Korea's reception and response to international trends such as earth art and time-based art forms. In particular, she explores the identity of Korean avant-garde art, which includes both early installations and performance art. Registration required.
In this conversation moderated by the Grey’s Director, Lynn Gumpert, three of the gallery’s former Graduate Curatorial Assistants who went on to become art world luminaries discuss their current projects and look back on their time at the Grey. Featuring Nora Burnett Abrams, Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver; Ian Alteveer, Aaron I. Fleischmann Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art; and Kim Conaty, Steven and Ann Ames Curator of Drawings and Prints, Whitney Museum of American Art. Registration required.