Frieze http://podcasts.frieze.com/ Conversations and debates with leading figures from contemporary art, design, music, literature, activism and technology – taking place daily at Frieze Fairs and beyond. Podcast Generator 2.6 - http://podcastgen.sourceforge.net Sat, 18 Nov 2017 18:03:51 -0500 en Frieze Events 2016 http://podcasts.frieze.com/images/itunes_image.jpg Frieze http://podcasts.frieze.com/ Conversations and debates with leading figures from contemporary art, design, music, literature, activism and technology – taking place daily at Frieze Fairs and beyond. Frieze Frieze Frieze talks@frieze.com no Nathalie de Gunzburg and James Meyer (Conversations on Collecting, Frieze New York 2016) Moderated by writer Louisa Buck, Nathalie de Gunzburg and James Meyer discuss their interest in art from 1960 to the present. Collector and chairman of the Board of Trustees of Dia Art Foundation Nathalie de Gunzburg and recently appointed deputy director and chief curator of Dia Art Foundation, James Meyer, discuss their interests in art from 1960 to the present, which is the focus of both Nathalie’s private collection, and Dia’s public programme. Moderated by writer and The Art Newspaper contributing editor Louisa Buck.

  • Nathalie de Gunzburg is chairman of the Board of Trustees of Dia Art Foundation, New York. With her husband, Charles de Gunzburg, she has assembled an important collection of art from the late nineteenth century to the present day, with a focus on Minimalism. She is also a member of the International Council at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and a member of the Chairman’s Council at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
  • James Meyer is deputy director and chief curator at Dia Art Foundation, New York. Previously, Meyer was Winship Distinguished Research Associate Professor of Art History at Emory University, Atlanta, and more recently was associate curator of modern art at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. He is currently organizing Los Angeles to New York: The Dwan Gallery, 1959–1971 (2016–17) for the National Gallery of Art, where he also curated exhibitions on Kerry James Marshall (2013–14) and Mel Bochner (2011–12). Meyer’s books include Minimalism: Art and Polemics in the Sixties (Yale University Press, 2001) and Minimalism (Phaidon, 2000); he has also edited volumes of the writings of Carl Andre and Gregg Bordowitz.
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Moderated by writer Louisa Buck, Nathalie de Gunzburg and James Meyer discuss their interest in art from 1960 to the present. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_6_2pm_conversations_on_collecting_-_nathalie_de_gunzburg_and_dia_deputy_director_james_meyer.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_6_2pm_conversations_on_collecting_-_nathalie_de_gunzburg_and_dia_deputy_director_james_meyer.mp3 1:02:45 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Nathalie de Gunzburg, James Meyer, Louisa Buck no Mon, 06 Jun 2016 07:05:00 -0400
Maria Arena Bell (Conversations on Collecting, Frieze New York 2016) Los Angeles-based novelist, television writer, philanthropist and collector Maria Arena Bell shares her journey as a collector with writer and The Art Newspaper contributing editor Louisa Buck. Los Angeles based novelist, television writer, philanthropist and collector Maria Arena Bell shares her journey as a collector with writer and The Art Newspaper contributing editor Louisa Buck.

Maria Arena BellMaria Arena Bell is an Emmy award winning television writer and producer who founded her company Vitameatavegamin Productions in 2013 and is currently in development on television and feature film projects.  Bell’s humorous essays have appeared in major publications including “T” the New York Times Magazine Style section and Aspen Magazine and she is the former head writer and executive producer of The Young and The Restless for CBS.  Bell is a collector and arts philanthropist who has focused her work in museums and arts education.  She is the former co chair of The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles where she chaired five major artist galas working with artists like Marina Abramovic, Doug Aitken, Francesco Vezzolli, Rob Pruitt  and Takashi Murakami.  Bell co-chaired the search for directors Jeffrey Deitch and Philippe Vergne and helped shepherd the successful campaign to raise a 100 million dollar endowment. She was the long time chair and later president of PS Arts, a non profit organization that puts the arts back in public elementary schools in Los Angeles.  Bell was also vice chair of   Americans for The Arts where she chaired their National Arts Awards for a decade honoring such artists as Jenny Holzer, Jeff Koons, Ed Ruscha, John Baldessari and Elsworth Kelly.  Her advocacy work for arts education for that organization teamed her with many great artists fighting for NEA funding and more art in schools.  She just stepped down as a cultural affairs commissioner for the city of Los Angeles.  Her passion for art was ignited through her public education and began collecting with her husband Bill Bell in the early 90s.  Their collection focuses on conceptually linked artists Duchamp, Warhol, Koons, Prince, Fischer, Twombly and includes commissioned projects with younger artists such as Dan Colen and others.  She has passionately championed the work of many Los Angeles artists including Alex Israel, Jonas Wood and Mark Ryden as well as Laura and Kate Muleavy of Rodarte. 

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Los Angeles-based novelist, television writer, philanthropist and collector Maria Arena Bell shares her journey as a collector with writer and The Art Newspaper contributing editor Louisa Buck. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_7_2pm_conversations_on_collecting_-_maria_arena_bell.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_7_2pm_conversations_on_collecting_-_maria_arena_bell.mp3 47:50 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Maria Arena Bell, Louisa Buck, Art, Collecting, Frieze New York, Conversations on Collecting no Mon, 06 Jun 2016 07:01:25 -0400
Commissioning Architecture for Art (Conversations on Collecting, Frieze New York 2016) Jill Snyder (MOCA Cleveland), Terrie Sultan (Parrish Museum) and Heidi Zuckerman (Aspen Art Museum) discuss their experiences commissioning spaces. Jill Snyder, Donna and Stewart Kohl Executive Director of MOCA Cleveland, Terrie Sultan, Director of the Parrish Museum, and Heidi Zuckerman, Nancy and Bob Magoon CEO and Director of Aspen Art Museum, have all recently completed major architectural projects with star architects Farshid Moussavi, Herzog & de Meuron and Shigeru Ban. They will discuss their experience of commissioning spaces in which to experience art, its challenges and rewards, with Karen Wong, Deputy Director of the New Museum and former managing director of David Adjaye Associates.

  • Jill Snyder is the Donna and Stewart Kohl Executive Director at MOCA Cleveland, shaping conversations about the public value of museums and contemporary art. In 2012 she completed an iconic $35M building project that anchors Cleveland's new Uptown district. Snyder has held positions at the Guggenheim Museum and the Museum of Modern Art, and served as Director of The Aldrich Museum and Freedman Gallery at Albright College. Snyder is co-founder of the national association of Contemporary Art Museum Directors and serves on the Boards of the Cleveland Leadership Center and University Circle Incorporated.
  • Terrie Sultan was appointed Director of the Parrish Art Museum in January 2008. She has more than thirty years of experience as a museum professional, having served in senior positions at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York, the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, and the Blaffer Art Museum at the University of Houston. Sultan is a member of the International Association of Art Critics; served on the College Art Association’s award committee for Lifetime Achievement for Art Writing; and was a founding board member of Etant donné, the French-American Endowment for Contemporary Art. In 2003 she was awarded a Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Arts et Lettres by the Government of France. On November 10, 2012, the Parrish Art Museum opened its new Herzog & de Meuron-designed facility in Water Mill, NY. Ms. Sultan oversaw the 34,000 square foot, $30 million project from design conception through completion of construction.
  • Heidi Zuckerman is the Aspen Art Museum's Nancy and Bob Magoon CEO and Director, overseeing all aspects of the AAM’s guiding vision and mission, administrative policies, curatorial and educational practices, strategic planning, and fundraising efforts. From 2004 to 2005, Zuckerman served as the Chair of the Art Curatorial Department at the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, and from 1999 to 2005, as the institution's Phyllis Wattis MATRIX Curator. Prior to this, Zuckerman served as the Assistant Curator of 20th-Century Art at the Jewish Museum in New York. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in European History from the University of Pennsylvania; a Diploma from the Royal Society of Art, Christie’s, London; as well as a Master of Arts degree in Art History from CUNY Hunter College. She also serves as the Art Network Chair for the Young Presidents' Organization globally.
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Jill Snyder (MOCA Cleveland), Terrie Sultan (Parrish Museum) and Heidi Zuckerman (Aspen Art Museum) discuss their experiences commissioning spaces. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_5_12pm_conversations_on_collecting_commissioning_architecture_for_art.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_5_12pm_conversations_on_collecting_commissioning_architecture_for_art.mp3 1:05:53 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Jill Snyder, Terrie Sultan, Heidi Zuckerman, Karen Wong no Mon, 06 Jun 2016 06:59:06 -0400
Collecting Young Art (Conversations on Collecting, Frieze New York 2016) Jacob Proctor, an advisor to the Frame & Focus sections for young galleries at Frieze New York, collector Marty Eisenberg, curator Anne Ellegood and advisor Rob Teeters discuss their experience of navigating and collecting works from young talents. Jacob Proctor, an advisor to the Frame & Focus sections for young galleries at Frieze New York, collector Marty Eisenberg, curator Anne Ellegood and advisor Rob Teeters discuss their experience of navigating and collecting works from young talents.

Anne EllegoodAnne Ellegood is Senior Curator at the Hammer Museum. She was Curator of Contemporary Art at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington DC from 2005-2009. Previously, she was the New York-based Curator for Peter Norton’s collection for two years, and from 1998-2003, she was the Associate Curator at the New Museum of Contemporary Art. Her reject projects include solo shows with John Outterbridge, Charles Gaines, and Lily van der Stokker and the group show Take It or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology, co-curated with Johanna Burton, which  explored the overlapping strategies of appropriation and institutional critique in American art. She is currently working on a retrospective of the work of Jimmie Durham opening at the Hammer in January 2016 and traveling to the Walker Art Center and the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Jacob Proctor

Jacob Proctor is an advisor for the Frame & Focus sections at Frieze New York, and curator of exhibitions at the Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society at the University of Chicago.

Marty Eisenberg

Marty Eisenberg is a Vice President at Bed Bath and Beyond and an avid collector and supporter of the arts. He and his wife Rebecca have been collecting contemporary art, with a focus on young and emerging artists, for over 30 years. Their collection features major works by artists including Peter Doig, David Hammons, Mark Grotjahn, Rachel Harrison, and Cindy Sherman. Marty is a member of the Acquisition Committee at the Studio Museum in Harlem, the Committee for Drawings and Prints and the Committee for Painting and Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art, chairs the board of the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College and serves on the board of White Columns.  A museum show of the Eisenberg’s collection, At Home, Not at Home, curated by Matthew Higgs, was shown at the Hessel Museum at Bard College in 2010.

Rob Teeters

Rob Teeters is an art advisor, curator and collector.  He is the principal of Front Desk Apparatus, a New York based art advisory office founded in 2006. The office advises private collections, hosts projects as a form of research for the advisory, and operates a design studio that focuses on artists books and branding projects.  Teeters is the Artistic Director of The Power Station, a not-for-profit exhibition space in Dallas, Texas.

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Jacob Proctor, an advisor to the Frame & Focus sections for young galleries at Frieze New York, collector Marty Eisenberg, curator Anne Ellegood and advisor Rob Teeters discuss their experience of navigating and collecting works from young talents. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_8_2pm_conversations_on_collecting_-_collecting_young_art.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_8_2pm_conversations_on_collecting_-_collecting_young_art.mp3 56:04 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Jacob Proctor, Marty Eisenberg, Anne Ellegood, Rob Teeters, Art, Collecting, Emerging Artists, Frieze New York, Conversations on Collecting no Mon, 06 Jun 2016 06:58:41 -0400
Good Taste? Bad Taste? How is individual taste formed? What does taste mean today? A discussion exploring the role of taste in the visual arts today.

Participants:Carlo Antonelli (Editor-in-chief, Rolling Stone magazine, Italy)Thelma Golden (Director and Chief Curator, The Studio Museum in Harlem)Darian Leader (Psychoanalyst)Tirdad Zolghadr (Writer and Curator)Chair: Alice Rawsthorn (Design Critic, International Herald Tribune)

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How is individual taste formed? What does taste mean today? http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2006-8.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2006-8.mp3 59:03 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 10:53:00 -0500
Contemporary Art Versus Its Envelope Thomas Crow on competition and co-evolution Crow, the author of such seminal art history texts as Modern Art in the Common Culture (1996) and The Intelligence of Art (1999), proposes that the contemporary hyper-expansion of the spaces for art has decisively altered the character of the art designed to fill them. The talk considers the ways in which ‘institutional critique’ in art practice since the 1960s has laid the ground for a Baroque efflorescence of art’s apparatus of display.

Participants:Thomas Crow (Getty Research Institute and Professor of Art History, USC, Los Angeles)

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Thomas Crow on competition and co-evolution http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2005-3.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2005-3.mp3 1:11:25 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 05:39:00 -0500