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, 23 Sep 2017 22:59:22 -0400 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 Better Late than Never: On Late Style Many of the giants of Western art arguably produced their most exciting work deep into old age. What are the reasons for this? Titian, Rembrandt, Turner, Matisse and Louise Bourgeois: many of the giants of Western art arguably produced their most exciting work deep into old age. What are the reasons for this? At a time when our culture seems increasingly obsessed with youth, is there a contemporary corollary?

  • Alastair Sooke (chair) is a British journalist and broadcaster. He is Art Critic of The Daily Telegraph and contributes a fortnightly column to BBC.com, the BBC’s international website. He also writes and presents documentaries on television and radio for the BBC, and is the author of three books about art published by Penguin.

  • Dr Xavier Bray is Chief Curator at Dulwich Picture Gallery, London. He previously held curatorial positions at the National Gallery, London, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Bilbao. He has curated a number of exhibitions on Spanish art notably on El Greco, Velázquez and Murillo. He was the curator of the acclaimed exhibition The Sacred Made Real: Spanish Painting and Sculpture 1600-1700 (2009) and was also responsible for the recent exhibition Goya: The Portraits (2015-16), both at the National Gallery, London. He is now working on Jusepe de Ribera, an exhibition that will focus on his extraordinary images of extreme violence. Xavier has recently been appointed the Director of the Wallace Collection, a post he will take up in November 2016.

  • Emilie Gordenker has been Director of the Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis since 2008. At the Mauritshuis, she led the major renovation and expansion of the museum, which was completed on time in June 2014. She continues to publish scholarly articles, create exhibitions for the museum and serves on several boards. She moved to London in 1999, where she continued to publish on her specialty, and also worked for companies providing new media solutions for museums and galleries. She was appointed Senior Curator for Early Netherlandish, Dutch and Flemish Art at the National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh in December 2003. 

  • Sam Smiles is an art historian based in Exeter. He has written extensively on British art, focusing principally on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.   His special expertise is the works of JMW Turner and he was co-curator of the recent exhibition at Tate Britain Late Turner: Painting Set Free (2014-15). He has a long-standing interest in the notion of a so-called 'late style' and has recently co-edited a collection of essays Late Style and its Discontents (Oxford University Press, 2016) which provides a forum for its discussion across the arts. He is currently completing a critical study of late works in the visual arts.

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Many of the giants of Western art arguably produced their most exciting work deep into old age. What are the reasons for this? http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_fm16sun-3pm.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_fm16sun-3pm.mp3 58:14 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Mon, 07 Nov 2016 08:13:00 -0500
Cornelia Parker and Maria Balshaw Cornelia Parker and Dr Maria Balshaw CBE in discussion.
  • Cornelia Parker studied at the Gloucestershire College of Art and Design and Wolverhampton Polytechnic, and received her MFA from Reading University in 1982. Parker lives and works in London. She is well known for her large-scale, often site-specific, installations, the most recent being Transitional Object PsychoBarn' which is currently installed on the roof of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.  Her engagement with the fragility of existence and the transformation of materials is exemplified in two works: Cold Dark Matter (1991), a cartoon-like reconstruction of an exploded army shed, and Heart of Darkness (2004), the formal arrangement of charred remains from a forest fire. 
  • Maria Balshaw is Director of the Whitworth, part of the University of Manchester, and Manchester City Galleries.  As Director of these two major institutions, holding internationally important collections of fine and decorative art of more than 80,000 objects, she is responsible for the artistic and strategic vision for each gallery. An academic by training she has worked as a Director within the cultural sector for the past 15 years. Alongside her role as Director of Manchester City Galleries and the Whitworth Maria has recently taken on the role of Director of Culture for Manchester City Council. In April 2014 the Secretary of State for Culture, Media & Sport appointed Maria as a board member of Arts Council England.  Maria was awarded a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to the arts in June 2015.
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    Cornelia Parker and Dr Maria Balshaw CBE in discussion. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_fm16sun-12pm.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_fm16sun-12pm.mp3 58:42 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Mon, 07 Nov 2016 08:11:06 -0500
    Gesture and Dress: The Fashionable Journey What role do fashion and gesture play in historical painting? The discussion, chaired by Tim Marlow (Artistic Director, Royal Academy of Arts, London) will focus on a group of works selected by the panel from Frieze Masters.
  • Judith Clark is Professor of Fashion and Museology at UAL, London 
  • Pamela Golbin is Chief Curator of Fashion and Textiles at Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris
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    What role do fashion and gesture play in historical painting? The discussion, chaired by Tim Marlow (Artistic Director, Royal Academy of Arts, London) will focus on a group of works selected by the panel from Frieze Masters. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_fm16sat-3pm.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_fm16sat-3pm.mp3 57:42 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Mon, 07 Nov 2016 08:08:43 -0500
    Marlene Dumas Artist Marlene Dumas discusses portraiture with an introduction by Jennifer Higgie.
  • Marlene Dumas is an internationally renowned painter and recognised for her contribution to the development of painting and for the manner in which she visually critiques racial, sexual and social issues through her work. She has succeeded in lending pictorial form to the fragility of existence, to feelings of fear and anxiety but also of commitment love and hope. The  relationship between text and image is an important  aspect to  her work . Her work has been shown in retrospectives in Japan, South Africa and the US.. Her last retrospective  bears the title ‘The Image as Burden’ and started in Amsterdam in 2014 and travelled on to London and Basel. 

  • Jennifer Higgie is co-editor of frieze editor of Frieze Masters Magazine.

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    Artist Marlene Dumas discusses portraiture with an introduction by Jennifer Higgie. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_fm16sat-12pm.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_fm16sat-12pm.mp3 1:10:43 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Mon, 07 Nov 2016 08:06:00 -0500
    Spotlight Panel: Art & Feminism(s) Alison Gingeras chairs a discussion with Nancy Grossman and Joan Semmel on Feminist art.
  • Nancy Grossman is an artist living and working in New York City 
  • ​Joan Semmel is an artist living and working in New York City 
  • Alison Gingeras is a writer and curator
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    Alison Gingeras chairs a discussion with Nancy Grossman and Joan Semmel on Feminist art. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_fm16fri-5pm.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_fm16fri-5pm.mp3 1:01:25 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Mon, 07 Nov 2016 07:58:35 -0500
    Lynette Yiadom-Boakye and Gabriele Finaldi Lynette Yiadom-Boakye and Gabriele Finaldi in conversation with Tim Marlow
  • Lynette Yiadom-Boakye is an artist living and working in London. 
  • Gabriele Finaldi is Director of the National Gallery. He was previously Deputy Director for Collections and Research at the Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid, a position he took up in 2002. Prior to his role at the Prado, he was a curator at the National Gallery between 1992 and 2002, where he was responsible for the later Italian paintings in the collection (Caravaggio to Canaletto) and the Spanish collection (Bermejo to Goya). Finaldi studied art history at the Courtauld Institute of Art, where he completed his doctorate in 1995 on the 17th-century Spanish painter who worked in Italy Jusepe de Ribera. He has curated exhibitions in Britain, Spain, Italy, Belgium and the US. He has written catalogues and scholarly articles on Velázquez and Zurbarán, Italian Baroque painting, religious iconography. 
  • Tim Marlow is the Artistic Director of the Royal Academy of Arts
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    Lynette Yiadom-Boakye and Gabriele Finaldi in conversation with Tim Marlow http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_fm16fri-3pm.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_fm16fri-3pm.mp3 1:04:16 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Mon, 07 Nov 2016 07:56:17 -0500
    Carroll Dunham and James Rondeau Carroll Dunham (Artist) & James Rondeau (President and Eloise W. Martin Director, Art Institute of Chicago) in conversation.
  • Carroll Dunham is an artist living and working in New York City. 
  • James Rondeau is the President and Eloise W. Martin Director of the Art Institute of Chicago. Prior to this position, Rondeau led two of the eleven curatorial departments at the museum as the Dittmer Chair and Curator in the Department of Modern and Contemporary Art from 2004-2015, as well as Chair and Curator of Photography from 2008-2009.
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    Carroll Dunham (Artist) & James Rondeau (President and Eloise W. Martin Director, Art Institute of Chicago) in conversation. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_fm16fri-12pm.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_fm16fri-12pm.mp3 1:04:07 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Mon, 07 Nov 2016 07:54:00 -0500
    Gods and Monsters: Contemporary Art in Historical Museums (and vice versa) What place does contemporary art have in historical museums – and vice versa? An international panel of museum curators and directors will consider both the opportunities and pitfalls of mixing up the art of different eras. Chair: Jennifer Higgie (co-editor frieze, editor Frieze Masters) with Okwui Enwezor (Director, Haus der Kunst, Munich), Hou Hanru (Artistic Director, MAXXI, Rome) & Sheena Wagstaff (Leonard A. Lauder Chairman for Modern and Contemporary Art, The Met, New York).

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    What place does contemporary art have in historical museums – and vice versa? An international panel of museum curators and directors will consider both the opportunities and pitfalls of mixing up the art of different eras. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_fm16thurs-3pm.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_fm16thurs-3pm.mp3 1:10:54 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Mon, 07 Nov 2016 07:51:03 -0500
    Philippe Parreno and Nancy Spector Philippe Parreno (artist) & Nancy Spector (Deputy Director and Chief Curator, Brooklyn Museum) in conversation. Philippe Parreno (artist) & Nancy Spector (Deputy Director and Chief Curator, Brooklyn Museum) in conversation. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_fm16thurs-12pm.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_fm16thurs-12pm.mp3 52:52 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Mon, 07 Nov 2016 07:45:32 -0500 Richard Wright in conversation with Jasper Sharp (Frieze Masters Talks 2013) Richard Wright (artist, Glasgow) & Jasper Sharp (Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna) in conversation at Frieze Masters 2013 Richard Wright, who uses intricate painting techniques to transform architectural spaces, in conversation with curator Jasper Sharp.

    Richard Wright (b.1960, lives and works in Glasgow) uses intricate painting techniques to transform architectural spaces. Wright was thefirst contemporary artist to be commissioned for the new opening of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam and his works are included in the collections of MoMA, New York; Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach; Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art; Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh; Tate Gallery, London; Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego.

     

    Jasper Sharp is Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, and Commissioner of the Austrian Pavilion at the 2013 Venice Biennale.

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    Richard Wright (artist, Glasgow) & Jasper Sharp (Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna) in conversation at Frieze Masters 2013 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_masters_sun_20th.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_masters_sun_20th.mp3 1:03:46 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze, talk, art, painting, architecture no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:33 -0400
    John Currin in conversation with Letizia Treves (Frieze Masters Talks 2013) John Currin (Artist) & Letizia Treves (National Gallery as Head of the Curatorial Department and Curator of Italian and Spanish Paintings 1600-1800) in conversation at Frieze Masters 2013 New York-based John Currin whose work draws upon a broad range of cultural influences that include Renaissance oil paintings was in conversation with Letizia Treves of the National Gallery, London.

    John Currin (b. 1962, lives and works in New York) draws upon a broad range of cultural influences that include Renaissance oil paintings, 1950s women's magazine advertisements and contemporary politics. His work is represented in major institutional collections including the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; the Tate Collection, London and Centre Pompidou, Paris.

    Letizia Treves joined the National Gallery as Head of the Curatorial Department and Curator of Italian and Spanish Paintings 1600-1800 in April 2013. Previously she worked at Sotheby's in London where she was a Senior Director in the Old Master Paintings Department and their worldwide expert in Italian Paintings.

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    John Currin (Artist) & Letizia Treves (National Gallery as Head of the Curatorial Department and Curator of Italian and Spanish Paintings 1600-1800) in conversation at Frieze Masters 2013 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_masters_fri_18th_oct.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_masters_fri_18th_oct.mp3 1:08:12 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze John Currin, Letizia Treves no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:29 -0400
    Beatriz Milhazes in conversation with Prof. Martin Roth (Frieze Masters Talks 2013) Beatriz Milhazes (Artist) & Prof. Martin Roth (Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum) in conversation at Frieze Masters 2013 Beatriz Milhazes (b. 1960, lives and works in Rio de Janeiro) is known for painting works that combine Modernist painting with Brazilian cultural imagery. Milhazes' works are included in the world's leading institutions including: Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa and the Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid.

    Prof. Martin Roth has been the Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London since September 2011. Previously, Roth was Director General of the Dresden State Art Collections (Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden).

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    Beatriz Milhazes (Artist) & Prof. Martin Roth (Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum) in conversation at Frieze Masters 2013 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_17_10_13.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_17_10_13.mp3 1:11:12 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, frieze, talks, museums, Milharzes no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:27 -0400
    Catherine Opie in conversation with Michael Govan (Frieze Masters Talks 2013) Catherine Opie (photographer) & Michael Govan (CEO and Wallis Annenberg Director of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art) in conversation at Frieze Maters 2013 American photographer Catherine Opie, who produces photographs that both embrace and challenge the conventional genres of art history, in conversation with Michael Govan.

    Catherine Opie (b.1961, lives and works in Los Angeles) produces photographs that both embrace and challenge the conventional genres of art history, such as landscapes and portraits. Her work has been exhibited extensively throughout the United States, Europe and Japan. Recent exhibitions include the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; The Saint Louis Art Museum; the Photographers' Gallery, London; The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. Opie is the 2013 recipient of the Julius Shulman Excellence in Photography Award and she is currently a professor of photography at UCLA.

    Michael Govan has been the CEO and Wallis Annenberg Director of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art since 2006. He was previously President and Director of the DIA Art Foundation, based in New York.

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    Catherine Opie (photographer) & Michael Govan (CEO and Wallis Annenberg Director of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art) in conversation at Frieze Maters 2013 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_masters_sat_19th_oct.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_masters_sat_19th_oct.mp3 49:28 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Catherine Opie, Michael Govan, Frieze, talk, art, photography, art history no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:23 -0400
    Collections Panel From Maiolica to Netsuke, the panel discusses This panel will discuss the historical and global trade of art and objects as a mechanism to preserve and disseminate knowledge, scholarship and the value of objects. 

    Participants:Pablo Bronstein (artist)Sir Norman Rosenthal (curator)Jennifer Higgie (Co-editor frieze, editor Frieze Masters Magazine)

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    From Maiolica to Netsuke, the panel discusses http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fm2015-9.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fm2015-9.mp3 1:07:01 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Sat, 10 Oct 2015 10:22:00 -0400
    Lawrence Weiner in conversation The artist in conversation with Frederick Ilchman On the occasion of his major exhibition at Blenheim Palace, the artist Lawrence Weiner and Frederick Ilchman discuss the voyage from Boston to Blenheim, and from Tintoretto to today. 

    Participants:Lawrence Weiner (artist)Frederick Ilchman (Chair, Art of Europe at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)

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    The artist in conversation with Frederick Ilchman http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fm2015-8.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fm2015-8.mp3 1:08:36 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Sat, 10 Oct 2015 10:16:00 -0400
    'Creative Criticism' On the intersections of critical writing and fiction Leading cultural commentators and novelists ask: What is the role of the imagination in the work of the critic? And how does art influence fiction?

    Participants:Brian Dillon (UK editor of Cabinet magazine)Michael Bracewell (writer)

    Chair: Jennifer Higgie (Co-editor frieze, editor Frieze Masters Magazine)

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    On the intersections of critical writing and fiction http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fm2015-7.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fm2015-7.mp3 1:10:42 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Sat, 10 Oct 2015 09:41:00 -0400
    Abraham Cruzvillegas in conversation In conversation James Peto of the Wellcome Collection, London On the opening of his commission for the Tate's Turbine Hall, artist Abraham Cruzvillegas talks to the Wellcome Collection's James Peto. 

    Participants:Abraham Cruzvillegas (artist)James Peto (Head of Public Programmes, Wellcome Collection, London)

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    In conversation James Peto of the Wellcome Collection, London http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fm2015-6.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fm2015-6.mp3 59:24 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Sat, 10 Oct 2015 09:36:00 -0400
    Spotlight Panel On collecting African American avant-garde Organised in conjunction with Spotlight, the panel will explore the historical significance of African Amercian artists from the 1960's and '70's employing a decidedly abstract aesthetic. Let by Tate's Mark Godfrey, the discussion will centre around collecting trends - both in museums and private collections, as well as the flourishing interest in art from this period. 

    Participants:Melvin Edwards (artist)Pamela Joyner (collector)

    Chair: Mark Godfrey (Senior Curator, International Art, Europe and Americas, Tate Modern, London)

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    On collecting African American avant-garde http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fm2015-5.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fm2015-5.mp3 1:03:48 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Sat, 10 Oct 2015 09:10:00 -0400
    'Conversations Across History' Panel discussion on collecting and presenting How do the juxtapositions of objects created at different moments in history alter the meaning or our reading of those objects? What does it mean to remove an object from the context in which it was intended to be displayed, to display it in another? What permissions do we give ourselves to do such things, and what are the ethics involved in doing so?

    Participants:J. Tomilson Hill (Collector)Annabelle Selldorf (Architect)

    Chair: Sjarel Ex (Director, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam)

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    Panel discussion on collecting and presenting http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fm2015-4.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fm2015-4.mp3 50:45 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Sat, 10 Oct 2015 09:03:00 -0400
    'Gods and Monsters' What place does contemporary art have in historical museums? Recent years have seen an increasing engagement with historical modes of representation on the part of both contemporary artists and curators. Drawing on their experience, a panel of European museum curators will consider both the opportunities and pitfalls of such endeavours.

    Participants:Colin Wiggins (Special Projects Curator, National Gallery, London)Jasper Sharp (Adjunct Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at Kunsthistoriches Museum, Vienna)Dimitro Ozerkov (Director of Contemporary Art Department, State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg)

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    What place does contemporary art have in historical museums? http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fm2015-2.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fm2015-2.mp3 1:14:42 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Sat, 10 Oct 2015 08:55:00 -0400
    Ellen Gallagher in conversation Artist Ellen Gallagher in conversation with Wim Pijbes of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. Artist Ellen Gallagher in conversation with Wim Pijbes of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

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    Artist Ellen Gallagher in conversation with Wim Pijbes of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fm2015-1.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fm2015-1.mp3 59:13 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Wim Pijbes, Ellen Gallagher, Rijksmuseum no Sat, 10 Oct 2015 08:48:00 -0400
    Glenn Brown Painter and Turner 2000 nominee, Glenn Brown talked to Bice Curiger, Curator of the Kunsthaus, Zürich Glenn Brown creates highly detailed, virtuosic paintings that incisively appropriate famous works by masters from Fragonard and Rembrandt to Auerbach. Nominated for the Turner Prize in 2000, Brown has been the subject of solo exhibitions at the Serpentine Gallery, London, Kunsthistoriches Museum, Vienna and Tate Liverpool. 

    Curator of the Kunsthaus Zürich and Editor-in-Chief of Parkett, Bice Curiger was also Visual Arts Directors of Venice Biennale 2011. She has recently curated 'Riotous Baroque - from Cattelan to Zurbaran', which juxtaposes contemporary art with old masters and will be shown next year at the Guggenheim, Bilbao.

    Participants:Glenn Brown (artist, London)Bice Curiger (Curator, Kunsthaus Zürich and Editor-in-Chief, Parkett)

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    Painter and Turner 2000 nominee, Glenn Brown talked to Bice Curiger, Curator of the Kunsthaus, Zürich http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fm2012-3.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fm2012-3.mp3 1:15:05 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Tue, 02 Oct 2012 06:11:00 -0400
    Luc Tuymans A leading exponent of figurative painting during the 1990's, the artist talks to Dominque de Font-Réaulx Perhaps best known for his reductive images associated with historical turning points such as the Holocaust and 9/11, Luc Tuymans emerged as a leading exponent of figurative painting during the 1990's. Tuymans has held retrospectives at Tate Modern, London, Haus der Kunst, Munich, and the San Francisco, Museum of Modern Art.

    Senior Curator at the Musée du Louvre, Dominique de Font-Reaulx has been in charge of the coordination of the Louvre Abu Dhubi since 2008. A specialist in 19th Century art history, she was previously Curator of the Photography Collection at the Musée d'Orsay. 

    Participants:Luc Tuymans (artist, Antwerp)Dominique de Font-Réaulx

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    A leading exponent of figurative painting during the 1990's, the artist talks to Dominque de Font-Réaulx http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fm2012-2.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fm2012-2.mp3 53:09 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Tue, 02 Oct 2012 06:07:00 -0400
    Cecily Brown British-born painter Cecily Brown talks to Nicholas Penny, Director of the National Gallery, London British-born painter Cecily Brown has gained international acclaim for her gestural reworking of traditional imagery and subject matter. Brown has held solo shows at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington and the Museum of Contemporary Art, The Hague, amongst others. 

    Dr. Nicholas Penny has been the Director of the National Gallery since 2008. Previously he held the role of Senior Curator of Sculpture and Decorative Arts at the National Gallery of Art, Washington. 

    Participants:Cecily Brown (artist, New York)Nicholas Penny (Director, National Gallery, London)

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    British-born painter Cecily Brown talks to Nicholas Penny, Director of the National Gallery, London http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fm2012-1.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fm2012-1.mp3 1:06:57 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze Masters, Frieze Talks no Tue, 02 Oct 2012 06:00:00 -0400