Tuesday, March 27, 2012

AiPad Panel Discussions

On Saturday 31MAR, Aipad will be hosting a series of panel discussions which will be held nearby at Hunter College. More info here.

© Rineke Dijkstra

10 a.m. | A Conversation with Rineke Dijkstra

This interview with the internationally recognized Dutch artist Rineke Dijkstra will offer a rare opportunity to hear about her inspirations and thoughts before her upcoming retrospective at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in June 2012. The interview will be conducted by Jennifer Blessing, curator of photography, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.

12 p.m. | Curator's Choice: Emerging Artists in Photography

Two major exhibitions in New York City during the run of The AIPAD Photography Show New York are of note -- the Whitney Biennial 2012 at the Whitney Museum and Perspectives 2012 at the International Center for Photography. Panelists will include: Sarah Meister, curator, Department of Photography, The Museum of Modern Art; Christopher Phillips, curator, International Center for Photography, New York; and Joshua Chuang, assistant curator, photography, Yale University Art Gallery. The moderator will be Lindsay Pollock, editor in chief, Art in America.

2 p.m. | How to Collect Photographs: What Collectors Need to Know Now

Speakers will include Kenneth Montague, director, Wedge Curatorial Projects, Toronto, and Joseph Baio, collector, New York. The moderator will be Steven Kasher, StevenKasher Gallery.

4 p.m. | A Celebration of Francesca Woodman

Panelists will include Julia Bryan-Wilson, associate professor, art history, University of California, Berkeley; Sloan Keck, a designer and friend of Francesca Woodman; and Elisabeth Subrin, artist, and assistant professor, film and media arts, Temple University, Philadelphia. The moderator will be Robert Klein, Robert Klein Gallery.

6 p.m. | Italian Contemporary Photography

During the run of The AIPAD Photography Show New York, an important exhibition will be on view at Hunter Art Gallery, New York. Peripheral Visions: Italian Photography, 1950s – Present. The moderator will be Sandra Phillips, Senior Curator of Photography at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Speakers will include Maria AntonellaPelizzari, exhibition curator and Professor in the History of Photography at Hunter College and the Graduate Center, CUNY; Yancey Richardson, Yancey Richardson Gallery; Julie Saul, Julie Saul Gallery; and Olivo Barbieri, artist.

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