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MoMA Talks: Panel Discussions and Symposia

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MoMA Talks: Panel Discussions and Symposia

MoMA Talks: Panel Discussions and Symposia

MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art

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World Art | Art World: Introduction and "The Global Rules of Art"

World Art | Art World: Changing Perspectives on Modern and Contemporary Art The Museum of Modern Art's Second Annual Graduate Symposium In the past few decades, the art world has seen unprecedented growth and globalization. These developments are apparent in a number of areas: new and larger museums and cultural institutions; a thriving market of galleries, art fairs, and biennials around the world; new press outlets for the dissemination of art criticism, marketing, and education through traditional and new media; increased attention, research, and art that addresses non-Western subject matter; and the professionalization of artists, museum administrators, and curators through emerging MA, MFA, and PhD programs. How do critics and scholars comprehend the significance of both local and international artistic activity? What traditional and new tools for analysis do they use? Art historian James Elkins has recently written that the prospect of world art history raises questions about ...

35 MIN2013 AUG 9
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World Art | Art World: Introduction and "The Global Rules of Art"

Meta Monumental Garage Sale: Exploring Value Systems

November 19, 2012 6:00 p.m. In conjunction with the exhibition Meta-Monumental Garage Sale, join three invited guests from diverse fields—a psychic, a stylist, and an art conservator—for an exploration of varying notions of value. Following a short discussion between these specialists, visitors can browse the garage sale, purchase items, and have a conversation with any or all of the guests—and perhaps assess the "value" of your purchase.

51 MIN2012 DEC 7
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Meta Monumental Garage Sale: Exploring Value Systems

A Salon de Fleurus Salon

Thursday, October 11, 20126:00 p.m. For two decades, Salon de Fleurus has quietly kept its doors open in New York, defying definitions while fascinating visitors. Oscillating between a museum and a domestic space, Salon de Fleurus functions as an intimate cabinet of wonder for modern art. As part of this tribute to Salon de Fleurus, a number of prominent artists and writers will share their first encounters of the space. Participants include Laurent Binet, writer and essayist; Andrea Geyer, artist; Kim Levin, art critic and curator; Jean-Marc Levy-Leblond, physicist and editor; Lawrence Weschler, writer, editor, and professor; and others. Ana Janevski, Associate Curator, Department of Media, MoMA, moderates. For many years Salon de Fleurus has been supported by the Metabolic Studio and the Museum of Jurassic Technology. This evening launches the fourth edition of Walls and Bridges, a program set in various cultural institutions in New York and organized by Villa Gillet, a cultural i...

109 MIN2012 NOV 7
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A Salon de Fleurus Salon

De Kooning Now, Part I

Friday, November 11, 2011 10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m. De Kooning Now is a daylong series of talks and discussions in which artists, critics, and scholars explore Willem de Kooning’s work, examining its processes, themes, and influences; its place in Abstract Expressionism; and its significance for the art of our time. Participants include artists Cecily Brown, Tom Ferrara, William Tucker, Josh Smith, and Terry Winters; art historians William Agee, Lynne Cooke, John Elderfield, Pepe Karmel, David Rosand, Richard Shiff, Katy Siegel, and Ann Temkin; artist, writer, and independent curator Phong Bui; art critic Peter Schjeldahl; and MoMA Chief Conservator Jim Coddington. Program Schedule 10:00–10:15 Introduction, John Elderfield 10:15–12:00 de Kooning & the New York School William Agee: “de Kooning in the 1930s: Local Sources” Pepe Karmel: "Abstraction as Abstraction: Willem de Kooning, 1948–1951" Richard Shiff: “de Kooning without Interpretation” Katy Siegel: “Something and Nothing...

343 MIN2011 DEC 10
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De Kooning Now, Part I

De Kooning Now, Part II

Friday, November 11, 2011 10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m. De Kooning Now is a daylong series of talks and discussions in which artists, critics, and scholars explore Willem de Kooning’s work, examining its processes, themes, and influences; its place in Abstract Expressionism; and its significance for the art of our time. Participants include artists Cecily Brown, Tom Ferrara, William Tucker, Josh Smith, and Terry Winters; art historians William Agee, Lynne Cooke, John Elderfield, Pepe Karmel, David Rosand, Richard Shiff, Katy Siegel, and Ann Temkin; artist, writer, and independent curator Phong Bui; art critic Peter Schjeldahl; and MoMA Chief Conservator Jim Coddington. Program Schedule 1:00-3:00 de Kooning & the Process of Painting David Rosand: “Flesh and the Invention of Oil Painting” Jim Coddington: "Processing Process" Lynne Cooke: “Afterword: Re-thinking De Kooning’s Late Work” Tom Ferrara: “Works in Progress” Peter Schjeldahl, moderator 3:00–3:30 Break 3:30–5:30 Artists’ Pa...

231 MIN2011 DEC 7
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De Kooning Now, Part II

Panel Discussion&58; Contemporary Chinese Art: Primary Documents

The Museum of Modern Art and Asia Art Archive (AAA) have co-launched two documentary projects, an anthology and a website, that seek to ameliorate this situation. MoMA’s publication Contemporary Chinese Art: Primary Documents, and AAA’s website Materials of the Future: Documenting Contemporary Chinese Art, 1980–1990, are essential to a deeper understanding of the history of contemporary Chinese art. To celebrate the launch of these two projects, MoMA and AAA are bringing together a number of the leading artists and critics in the field of contemporary Chinese art for an evening of discussions. Speakers include artist Hang Rui; Jane DeBevoise, Chair of Board of Directors of AAA; artist Lin Tianmiao; Sarah Suzuki, Assistant Curator of Prints and Illustrated Books at MoMA; and Wu Hung, Director of the Center for the Art of East Asia and Consulting Curator at the Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago), among others.

104 MIN2010 DEC 7
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Panel Discussion&58; Contemporary Chinese Art: Primary Documents

Democratizing Museums: Pioneering the Use of Media to Engage the Public in Arts Education: Closing Remarks and Q & A

Part 8 of 8 Closing remarks and Q & A with all speakers and respondents

66 MIN2010 DEC 4
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Democratizing Museums: Pioneering the Use of Media to Engage the Public in Arts Education: Closing Remarks and Q & A

Democratizing Museums: Pioneering the Use of Media to Engage the Public in Arts Education: Sarah Schultz

Part 2 of 8 ‘The Inquisition’ at Walker Art Center Sarah Schultz, Director, Education and Community Programs, Walker Art Center

12 MIN2010 DEC 4
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Democratizing Museums: Pioneering the Use of Media to Engage the Public in Arts Education: Sarah Schultz

Democratizing Museums: Pioneering the Use of Media to Engage the Public in Arts Education: Lynn Spigel

Part 7 of 8 Lynn Spigel

3 MIN2010 DEC 4
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Democratizing Museums: Pioneering the Use of Media to Engage the Public in Arts Education: Lynn Spigel

Democratizing Museums: Pioneering the Use of Media to Engage the Public in Arts Education: Pablo Helguera

Part 4 of 8 What in the World? Pablo Helguera, Director of Adult and Academic Programs, MoMA and artist

14 MIN2010 DEC 4
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Democratizing Museums: Pioneering the Use of Media to Engage the Public in Arts Education: Pablo Helguera

Latest Episodes

World Art | Art World: Introduction and "The Global Rules of Art"

World Art | Art World: Changing Perspectives on Modern and Contemporary Art The Museum of Modern Art's Second Annual Graduate Symposium In the past few decades, the art world has seen unprecedented growth and globalization. These developments are apparent in a number of areas: new and larger museums and cultural institutions; a thriving market of galleries, art fairs, and biennials around the world; new press outlets for the dissemination of art criticism, marketing, and education through traditional and new media; increased attention, research, and art that addresses non-Western subject matter; and the professionalization of artists, museum administrators, and curators through emerging MA, MFA, and PhD programs. How do critics and scholars comprehend the significance of both local and international artistic activity? What traditional and new tools for analysis do they use? Art historian James Elkins has recently written that the prospect of world art history raises questions about ...

35 MIN2013 AUG 9
Comments
World Art | Art World: Introduction and "The Global Rules of Art"

Meta Monumental Garage Sale: Exploring Value Systems

November 19, 2012 6:00 p.m. In conjunction with the exhibition Meta-Monumental Garage Sale, join three invited guests from diverse fields—a psychic, a stylist, and an art conservator—for an exploration of varying notions of value. Following a short discussion between these specialists, visitors can browse the garage sale, purchase items, and have a conversation with any or all of the guests—and perhaps assess the "value" of your purchase.

51 MIN2012 DEC 7
Comments
Meta Monumental Garage Sale: Exploring Value Systems

A Salon de Fleurus Salon

Thursday, October 11, 20126:00 p.m. For two decades, Salon de Fleurus has quietly kept its doors open in New York, defying definitions while fascinating visitors. Oscillating between a museum and a domestic space, Salon de Fleurus functions as an intimate cabinet of wonder for modern art. As part of this tribute to Salon de Fleurus, a number of prominent artists and writers will share their first encounters of the space. Participants include Laurent Binet, writer and essayist; Andrea Geyer, artist; Kim Levin, art critic and curator; Jean-Marc Levy-Leblond, physicist and editor; Lawrence Weschler, writer, editor, and professor; and others. Ana Janevski, Associate Curator, Department of Media, MoMA, moderates. For many years Salon de Fleurus has been supported by the Metabolic Studio and the Museum of Jurassic Technology. This evening launches the fourth edition of Walls and Bridges, a program set in various cultural institutions in New York and organized by Villa Gillet, a cultural i...

109 MIN2012 NOV 7
Comments
A Salon de Fleurus Salon

De Kooning Now, Part I

Friday, November 11, 2011 10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m. De Kooning Now is a daylong series of talks and discussions in which artists, critics, and scholars explore Willem de Kooning’s work, examining its processes, themes, and influences; its place in Abstract Expressionism; and its significance for the art of our time. Participants include artists Cecily Brown, Tom Ferrara, William Tucker, Josh Smith, and Terry Winters; art historians William Agee, Lynne Cooke, John Elderfield, Pepe Karmel, David Rosand, Richard Shiff, Katy Siegel, and Ann Temkin; artist, writer, and independent curator Phong Bui; art critic Peter Schjeldahl; and MoMA Chief Conservator Jim Coddington. Program Schedule 10:00–10:15 Introduction, John Elderfield 10:15–12:00 de Kooning & the New York School William Agee: “de Kooning in the 1930s: Local Sources” Pepe Karmel: "Abstraction as Abstraction: Willem de Kooning, 1948–1951" Richard Shiff: “de Kooning without Interpretation” Katy Siegel: “Something and Nothing...

343 MIN2011 DEC 10
Comments
De Kooning Now, Part I

De Kooning Now, Part II

Friday, November 11, 2011 10:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m. De Kooning Now is a daylong series of talks and discussions in which artists, critics, and scholars explore Willem de Kooning’s work, examining its processes, themes, and influences; its place in Abstract Expressionism; and its significance for the art of our time. Participants include artists Cecily Brown, Tom Ferrara, William Tucker, Josh Smith, and Terry Winters; art historians William Agee, Lynne Cooke, John Elderfield, Pepe Karmel, David Rosand, Richard Shiff, Katy Siegel, and Ann Temkin; artist, writer, and independent curator Phong Bui; art critic Peter Schjeldahl; and MoMA Chief Conservator Jim Coddington. Program Schedule 1:00-3:00 de Kooning & the Process of Painting David Rosand: “Flesh and the Invention of Oil Painting” Jim Coddington: "Processing Process" Lynne Cooke: “Afterword: Re-thinking De Kooning’s Late Work” Tom Ferrara: “Works in Progress” Peter Schjeldahl, moderator 3:00–3:30 Break 3:30–5:30 Artists’ Pa...

231 MIN2011 DEC 7
Comments
De Kooning Now, Part II

Panel Discussion&58; Contemporary Chinese Art: Primary Documents

The Museum of Modern Art and Asia Art Archive (AAA) have co-launched two documentary projects, an anthology and a website, that seek to ameliorate this situation. MoMA’s publication Contemporary Chinese Art: Primary Documents, and AAA’s website Materials of the Future: Documenting Contemporary Chinese Art, 1980–1990, are essential to a deeper understanding of the history of contemporary Chinese art. To celebrate the launch of these two projects, MoMA and AAA are bringing together a number of the leading artists and critics in the field of contemporary Chinese art for an evening of discussions. Speakers include artist Hang Rui; Jane DeBevoise, Chair of Board of Directors of AAA; artist Lin Tianmiao; Sarah Suzuki, Assistant Curator of Prints and Illustrated Books at MoMA; and Wu Hung, Director of the Center for the Art of East Asia and Consulting Curator at the Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago), among others.

104 MIN2010 DEC 7
Comments
Panel Discussion&58; Contemporary Chinese Art: Primary Documents

Democratizing Museums: Pioneering the Use of Media to Engage the Public in Arts Education: Closing Remarks and Q & A

Part 8 of 8 Closing remarks and Q & A with all speakers and respondents

66 MIN2010 DEC 4
Comments
Democratizing Museums: Pioneering the Use of Media to Engage the Public in Arts Education: Closing Remarks and Q & A

Democratizing Museums: Pioneering the Use of Media to Engage the Public in Arts Education: Sarah Schultz

Part 2 of 8 ‘The Inquisition’ at Walker Art Center Sarah Schultz, Director, Education and Community Programs, Walker Art Center

12 MIN2010 DEC 4
Comments
Democratizing Museums: Pioneering the Use of Media to Engage the Public in Arts Education: Sarah Schultz

Democratizing Museums: Pioneering the Use of Media to Engage the Public in Arts Education: Lynn Spigel

Part 7 of 8 Lynn Spigel

3 MIN2010 DEC 4
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Democratizing Museums: Pioneering the Use of Media to Engage the Public in Arts Education: Lynn Spigel

Democratizing Museums: Pioneering the Use of Media to Engage the Public in Arts Education: Pablo Helguera

Part 4 of 8 What in the World? Pablo Helguera, Director of Adult and Academic Programs, MoMA and artist

14 MIN2010 DEC 4
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Democratizing Museums: Pioneering the Use of Media to Engage the Public in Arts Education: Pablo Helguera
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