Tuesday, Sept 18,
Co-Sponsored by Constitution Day & Academic Affairs
Tuesday, Sept 25,
He has participated in dOCUMENTA, Manifesta, the Sydney Biennial, the Whitney Biennial, and the Venice Biennale, the Yokohama Triennial, and in many museum group shows at MoMA PS1, SITE Santa Fe, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Tamayo, Mexico City, and Museo de Bellas Artes, Caracas.
Tuesday, Oct 9,
Motta’s multi-disciplinary art practice documents the social conditions and political struggles of sexual, gender, and ethnic minority communities in order to challenge dominant and normative discourses through visibility and self-representation. His work was the subject of the survey exhibition at the Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellín, Colombia (2017) that traveled to Matucana 100, Santiago, Chile (2018). His solo exhibitions include Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (2017); Pérez Art Museum (PAMM), Miami (2016); Museo de Arte Latinoamericano the Buenos Aires (MALBA) (2016); PinchukArtCentre, Kiev (2015); Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros, Mexico (2013); New Museum, New York (2012); and Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia (2009).
Tuesday, Nov 6,
Wednesday, Nov 18, 9:00am-11:
Roveda is a member of Studio Azzurro, a group that since the early 80s has been focusing on the creation of video-environments, sensitive and interactive environments, museum itineraries, theatrical performances, and films. Their projects have been featured in prestigious venues such as the 2013 Venice Biennale (Vatican Pavilion), Palazzo Fortuny (Venice), Castel Sant’Angelo, (Rome) and in international institutions in Japan and Germany. Roveda will conduct a lecture and workshop that will focus on both the creative and technical aspects of video art. Several Studio Azzurro artworks will be introduced and briefly discussed covering all stages of production from concept to set up. Other topics that Roveda will touch upon on are video installation for public spaces, large-scale video installation techniques, group interaction devices, user interaction through “natural interfaces,” multi-channel video players, and compositing, special effects, editing, and 3D using Real Time engines.
Hankins has been a curator at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden since 2007. While at the Hirshhorn, she has also organized an array of projects, including Mark Bradford: Pickett’s Charge (2017); Robert Irwin: All the Rules Will Change (2016); Susan Philipsz: Part File Score (2016); Hankins also provides curatorial oversight for the Hirshhorn’s paintings and works on paper.
Tuesday, Nov 27,
Washington, DC, her work was featured in Outliers and American Vanguard Art.
Tuesday, Dec 4,
Sigal’s work lies at the intersection of painting, sculpture, installation, and architecture, suggesting a mutable delineation between the interior and exterior. Utilizing and expanding upon notions of space, she investigates how art can challenge ideas about property, containment, and freedom. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally at The Whitney Museum Biennial 2008, The New Museum,
Additional Critiques By:
Lynne Cooke, Sr. Curator of Special Projects in Modern Art at the National Gallery of Art
Anthony Elms, Chief Curator at ICA Philadelphia, invited by Art History BFA and Undergrad Mixed Media Lecture Series
Vesela Sretenotvic, Sr. Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Philips Collection
Kristen Hileman, Sr. Curator of Contemporary Art at the Baltimore Museum of Art
Cecilia Wichmann, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at the Baltimore Museum of Art
Larry Ossei-Mesnah, Sr. Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit
Elyse Goldberg, Liaison to the Robert Smithson Estate at James Cohan Gallery
Betsy Johnson, Curatorial Assistant, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
Kelly Gordon, Independent Curator and former Assistant Curator at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
Robert Storr, Artist, Critic, and Professor of Painting and Printmaking at Yale School of Art
Thomas Trosch, Painter who gained recognition in the 1990’s for paintings that depict comically exaggerated society women chittering away in art-filled interiors
Kerr Houston, Critic and Professor of Art History, Theory, and Art Criticism at MICA
Nora Wendl, Artist, Critic and Associate Professor in the School of Architecutre and Planning at the University of New Mexico. Invited by Art History BFA and Art at Lunch Lecture Series
David Horvitz, Visual Artist who uses art books, photography, performance art, and mail as mediums for his work and especially known for work in the virtual sphere. Invited by Interdisciplinary Sculpture BFA
Andrea Crespo, Visual Artist, Joined for Life. Invited by Interdisciplinary Sculpture BFA
Yael Bartana, Visual Artist from Israel working in film, installation, and photography that investigates “the imagery of identity and the politics of memory.” Invited by Undergraduate Mixed Media Lecture Series
Itziar Barrio, Visual Artist whose work is based on the idea that language is knowledge and approaches reality as something being constantly recreated. Invited by Interdisciplinary Sculpture BFA
Saya Woolfalk, Visual Artists who uses science fiction and fantasy to reimagine the world in multiple dimensions. Invited by Painting BFA