M.A. in Historical and Sustainable Architecture Fall Open Houses / Information Sessions with Directors Mosette Broderick and Jon Ritter

8 Nov

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Tuesday November 7, 6:30 – 8 pm

Thursday, November 9, 12:30 – 2 pm

Silver Center 307

100 Washington Square East

Looking for a future path?  Love old buildings?  Why not make them new again?  NYU’s London-based M.A. Program provides an immersion in adaptive reuse and sustainable building practice. Learn about the program at our open house, featuring presentations about our faculty and curriculum, admissions information, and career opportunities in the field.  Program directors and alumni will be there to discuss the program and answer your questions. A background in Architecture or Art History is not required – this field is open to all students in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Sciences.

Sponsored by the NYU M.A. in Historical and Sustainable Architecture.

For more information, please see our web pages:  http://as.nyu.edu/arthistory/programs/graduate/master-of-arts-in-historical-and-sustainable-architecture-.html

Refreshments will be served / Contact us at:  histsust@nyu.edu

 

 

 

 

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Alumni Lecture: Sarah Blake McHam (Distinguished Professor, Rutgers University) “Donatello Abroad: A Look at Donatello’s Decade in Padua” Wednesday November 8th, 6:30 PM | 300 Silver Center

3 Nov

Shelley Rice in Venice!

3 Nov

Shelley Rice will participate in a conference on Artists and Aging, on the effects of age on creativity in both a theoretical and a biographical sense, at the Fondation Cini in Venice, Italy from November 27-29, 2017. Talks will focus on a range of topics and artists, including Titien and Duchamp, Bourgeois and Rembrandt, Delacroix and Hollywood cinema, as well as the realities and myths about old age. Rice will speak about works of and by Elisabeth Vigée le Brun, Georgia O’Keeffe and Cindy Sherman in order to visualize the constraints — of conventional beauty, personality and youth — blocking the development of the feminine image (and image-maker) in modern Western culture. Breaking loose from these limitations with the help of French philosopher Henri Bergson, O’Keeffe and her husband, photographer Alfred Stieglitz, shaped a radical new vision of the Woman Artist in Time —  a 20th century vision that might be of crucial importance for those of us living (and aging) in the contemporary society of the Selfie.

 Lundi 27 – MERCREDI 29 NOVEMBRE 2017

 Aging & Arts : Qu’est-ce que l’âge fait aux artistes ?

 LIEU : FONDATION CINI, Venise (San Giorgio Maggiore), Salle Borghese.

Temps de parole pour chaque communication : 20 / 25 mn (parole) + discussion ca 15 minutes.

Pour les communicants anglophones (astérisque), 15 minutes en plus (traduction)

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Matin. Accueil des participants et visite de la Fondation.

14 h Ouverture du colloque.

 14 h15 Réalités et mythes.

– Danièle Cohn (Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne).

L’effet Titien : controverses sur la dernière période.

– Sabine  Kampmann (Ruhr-Universität Bochum).

Le style tardif au prisme de ses stéréotypes*.

– Alain Quemin (Université Paris VIII).

Présupposés et fausses représentations : jeunesse, vieillissement et cursus honorum en art contemporain

 16 h 30 Pause

 17 h : Vieillissement et créativité : dialogue sur le très grand âge.

– Bruno Dubois (Université Pierre et Marie Curie Paris VI et Hôpital La Pitié-Salpétrière)

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– Françoise Marquet-Zao (conservatrice du patrimoine et épouse du peintre Zao Wou Ki 1920-2013).

18 h – 19 h : Discussion.

20 h Dîner

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9 h L’artiste malade.

– Michaël Szanto (Université Paris-Sorbonne).

Poussin et la maladie. La peinture comme médicament.

– Marianne Jakobi (Université Clermont-Auvergne).

« Gymnastique sur l’escabeau » : Dubuffet à l’assaut de la vieillesse.

10 h 30 Pause

10 h 45 L’art de bien mourir.

– François-René Martin (Ensba / PSL).

Songer à la mort : Ingres dans ses derniers tableaux

– Philippe Dagen (Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne).

Marcel Duchamp, le maître des finales.

12 h 15 Cohabitations générationnelles (I):

– Jennifer Douzenel et Gaëlle Hippolyte (du duo Hippolyte Hentgen), artistes.

Présentation du travail en cours : Les beaux jours. Tentative de généalogie filmique. 

13 h Déjeuner

14 h 30 Le dernier âge : une involution  assumee?

– Perry Chapmann (Université du Delaware).

Rembrandt ultime : retour aux origines ?*

– Marie-Laure Bernadac (conservatrice générale honoraire).

Petite maman : Louise Bourgeois, période tardive.

17 h 15 -19 h 15: Paola Marini (Directrice).

Visite des Gallerie dell’ Academia

                                                                                                                                                                Dîner et soirée libres

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9 h Discussion.

 9 h 45 Cohabitations générationnelles (II):

– Nadeije Laneyrie-Dagen (ENS / PSL)

Faire le vide : Titien encore, ou les stratégies de l’âge             

– Sébastien Allard (Musée du Louvre).

Delacroix, Corot et la notion de souvenir                                            

11 h 15 Pause

 11 h 45 Questions d’image (I).

– Marie Gispert (Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne).

Otto Dix : les derniers autoportraits.

12 h 30 Déjeuner

 14 h 45 Questions d’image (II).

– Shelley Rice (NYU).

Une jeunesse éternelle ? Les femmes artistes et leur image.

 15 h 30 Des arts plastiques aux autres arts.

– Anne-Françoise Benhamou (ENS/PSL).

Vieillir en scène : exposer, surexposer le corps.

16 h  15 Françoise Zamour (ENS/PSL)

Témoin de l’âge ou d’une jeunesse arrêtée ? le cinéma hollywoodien.  

17 h Pause

17 h 15 Conclusions du colloque.

Gérard Wajcman (université de Paris VIII).                                                                    

Dîner

News of two public programs from DAH Alumna, Ksenia Nouril!

1 Nov
I’m excited to let you know about two public programs in New York City this month. If you’re interest and available, I hope you see you there!

On Wednesday, November 8, I will join Anu Allas, curator at the Kumu Art Museum, and Maria Arusoo, director of the Center for Contemporary Arts, Estonia, for a special screening and conversation entitled “Call for Action: Key Moments in Estonian Performance Art,” held in conjunction with Performa 17’s Estonian Pavilion Without Walls. This free program will take place at 5pm at the Performa 17 Biennial Hub (427 Broadway, New York, NY 10013).

On Wednesday, November 15, I will join Boris Groys, Hito Steyerl, Anton Vidokle, and Arseny Zhilyaev at The Museum of Modern Art for “post presents ‘Russian Cosmism: A Work of Art in the Age of Technological Immortality’” Please, note that RSVP is required for this free program, which begins at 6pm in MoMA’s Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2 (11 West 53 Street, New York, NY 10019). Seating is first come, first served.

Rawson Projects

31 Oct

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Kitchen Debate

curated by Paulina Ascencio

November 2–December 10, 2017

Opening reception: ThursdayNovember 2 from 6–8 PM

Talk with the curator and artists: Saturday, November 4 at 4 PM

Artists: Alejandro Almanza Pereda, Javier Barrios, Livia Corona Benjamin, Ana Bidart, Edgar Cobián, Debora Delmar, Cynthia Gutiérrez, Valentina Jager, Iván Krassoievitch, Enrique Lanz, Javier M. Rodríguez, Edgar Orlaineta, Chantal Peñalosa, Gabriel Rico, Marco Rountree, and Eduardo Sarabia

For immediate release: 

Site95Rawson Projects, and Regina Rex are pleased to announce their collaboration for Kitchen Debate, a group show of Mexican artists curated by Paulina Ascencio.

The exhibition takes its name from the infamous series of conversations between Richard Nixon and Nikita Khrushchev during the American National Exhibition in Moscow in 1959. The conversation started in the kitchen of a suburban model house that, allegedly, anyone in America could afford. As it developed into a brandish demonstration of domestic technology, the event was a watershed for consumerism culture in America, appealing to the increase of purchasing power of the average family, and the beginning of modern credit.

The trail of these ideas spread to Mexico as an aspirational way of living for middle class families, as it is portrayed in magazines, advertisement, and TV. Both the conversation and its aftermath are revisited almost sixty years later through the work of 16 Mexican artists. From a post-NAFTA conjuncture, from a society that has become suspicious of the “American way”, this Kitchen Debate considers post-war design, social housing crises, states of emergency, millennial dynamics, and access and distribution of goods.

Paulina Ascencio (Guadalajara, 1988) is an independent curator and researcher based in Mexico. She graduated with a degree in Philosophy and Social Sciences. She has participated in the residency programs of Kadist Foundation, San Francisco, and PAOS, Guadalajara. She has worked in exhibitions in Museo de Arte de Zapopan, Instituto Cultural Cabañas, and MURA, as well as in galleries and independent spaces. She is an alumni of the Curatorial Intensive program of Independent Curators International (ICI) in New Orleans. Her texts have been published in La Tempestad, Terremoto, and Harper’s Bazaar Art.

Rawson Projects and Regina Rex will function as a collection center for donations for the victims of 19S earthquake in Mexico. Winter is coming and there are still a lot of people living in shelters. If you would like to donate warm clothes and blankets, please bring them to the galleries by November 4 and we will ensure that those who need them most will receive them.

If you would like to donate money, the following organizations are recommended:

Cooperación Comunitaria to reconstruct the Isthmus of Tehuantepec

http://cooperacioncomunitaria.org/

Arte Reconstruir MX

https://www.facebook.com/ArteReconstruirMx/

Topos Brigade

http://www.topos.mx/

Everything counts. Mexico needs your help.

For inquiries please contact the gallery at info@rawsonprojects.com or call 646 275 4701

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Christo at the DAH!!!!

31 Oct

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M.A. in Historical and Sustainable Architecture Fall Open Houses / Information Sessions with Directors Mosette Broderick and Jon Ritter

30 Oct

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Tuesday November 7, 6:30 – 8 pm

Thursday, November 9, 12:30 – 2 pm

Silver Center 307

100 Washington Square East

Looking for a future path?  Love old buildings?  Why not make them new again?  NYU’s London-based M.A. Program provides an immersion in adaptive reuse and sustainable building practice. Learn about the program at our open house, featuring presentations about our faculty and curriculum, admissions information, and career opportunities in the field.  Program directors and alumni will be there to discuss the program and answer your questions. A background in Architecture or Art History is not required – this field is open to all students in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Sciences.

Sponsored by the NYU M.A. in Historical and Sustainable Architecture.

For more information, please see our web pages:  http://as.nyu.edu/arthistory/programs/graduate/master-of-arts-in-historical-and-sustainable-architecture-.html

Refreshments will be served / Contact us at:  histsust@nyu.edu