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 18:09:43 -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 The Activity of a Lifetime How can an artist enact change? How long is the timeframe to view such efforts? With Tania Bruguera (artist, Havana), Anri Sala (artist, Berlin) and Jeanne van Heeswijk (artist, Amsterdam)Chaired by Shuddhabrata Sengupta (artist and co-founder, Raqs Media Collective, New Delhi)

How can an artist enact change? How long is the timeframe to view such efforts? And how do different environments affect them? A panel of artists — featuring Tania Bruguera, who has announced her candidacy for President of Cuba; Anri Sala, whose newest body of work results from interaction with refugees in Germany as well as exploration of political anthems; and Jeanne van Heeswijk, whose Philadelphia Assembled project takes over eight sites across the city in May — discuss with Shuddhabrata Sengupta, artist and Co-founder of Raqs Media Collective, curators of the 11th Shanghai Biennial ‘Why Not Ask Again’ (2016-7).

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How can an artist enact change? How long is the timeframe to view such efforts? http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-05-06_frieze_talks-_may_6__2017.mp4 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-05-06_frieze_talks-_may_6__2017.mp4 1:02:52 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Sat, 06 May 2017 14:55:06 -0400
Complicating the Modern Artist Laura Owens in conversation with MoMA Chief Curator Ann Temkin With Laura Owens (artist, Los Angeles) and Ann Temkin (Marie-Josée and Henry Kravis Chief Chief Curator of Painting and Sculpture, Museum of Modern Art, New York)

Known for her innovative approach to painting and complex relationship to art history - subject of a mid-career survey at the Whitney Museum this Fall, artist Laura Owens discusses ‘Complicating the Modern’ with Ann Temkin, Chief Curator at MoMA, where the collection was re-hung earlier this year in response to Executive Order 13769.

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Artist Laura Owens in conversation with MoMA Chief Curator Ann Temkin http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-05-06_frieze_talks_may_5__2017.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-05-06_frieze_talks_may_5__2017.mp3 49:17 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Sat, 06 May 2017 14:41:30 -0400
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
'Version Control' (Frieze Talks New York 2016) Joanne McNeil chairs a panel discussion considering new and emerging issues related to the ownership, circulation, copyright, and authenticity of forms and images.
  • Joanne McNeil (chair) is a writer based in New York. A former digital arts writing fellow at the Thoma Art Foundation and artist-in-residence at Eyebeam, she is currently writing a book about internet culture.
  • Thomas Demand is an artist based in Berlin and Los Angeles.
  • Oliver Laric is an artist based in Berlin.
  • Stephanie Syjuco is an artist and Assistant Professor in sculpture at the University of California Berkeley.
  • Frieze Talks took place daily in the on-site auditorium at Frieze New York from Thursday, May 5th through Sunday, May 8th. Access to Frieze Talks is included in all admission tickets.

    The 2016 program was co–curated by Tom Eccles (Executive Director, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, New York) and Christy Lange (frieze Associate Editor and Curator of Public Programming, Berlin).

     

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    Joanne McNeil chairs a panel discussion considering new and emerging issues related to the ownership, circulation, copyright, and authenticity of forms and images. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_7_4pm_version_control_chaired_by_joanne_mcneil_with_thomas_demand__oliver_laric__and_stephanie_syjuco.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_7_4pm_version_control_chaired_by_joanne_mcneil_with_thomas_demand__oliver_laric__and_stephanie_syjuco.mp3 1:00:02 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Joanne McNeil, Thomas Demand, Oliver Laric, Stephanie Syjuco no Mon, 06 Jun 2016 06:48:06 -0400
    'On Hating On...' (Frieze Talks New York 2016) Art-historian and critic Hal Foster and poet and novelist Ben Lerner discuss the use of artifice versus reality in recent art and fiction, and their hatred of poetry and painting.
  • Hal Foster is an art-historian, critic, and professor at Princeton University. He is the author of several seminal books and essays including Compulsive Beauty (1993), The Return of the Real (1996), and most recently Bad News Days: Art, Criticism and Emergency (2015). He is currently researching the avant-garde in times of political emergency.
  • Ben Lerner is a poet and author of the critically-acclaimed novels Leaving the Atocha Station (2011) and 10:04 (2014). His monograph, The Hatred of Poetry, will be published in June by FSG.
  • Frieze Talks took place daily in the on-site auditorium at Frieze New York from Thursday, May 5th through Sunday, May 8th. Access to Frieze Talks is included in all admission tickets. 

    The 2016 program is co–curated by Tom Eccles (Executive Director, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, New York) and Christy Lange (frieze Associate Editor and Curator of Public Programming, Berlin).

     

     

     

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    Art-historian and critic Hal Foster and poet and novelist Ben Lerner discuss the use of artifice versus reality in recent art and fiction, and their hatred of poetry and painting. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_7_12pm_hal_foster__ben_lerner_-_on_hating_on___.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_7_12pm_hal_foster__ben_lerner_-_on_hating_on___.mp3 1:00:14 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Hal Foster, Ben Lerner no Mon, 06 Jun 2016 06:42:21 -0400
    'Haunted by What' (Frieze Talks New York 2016) frieze co-editor Dan Fox speaks to Turner-prize winning artist Mark Leckey about his life, work and love of music.
  • Dan Fox is a writer, critic and Co-Editor of frieze magazine. He recently published Pretentiousness: Why It Matters (Fitzcarraldo Editions, 2016)
  • Mark Leckey is an artist based in London.
  • Frieze Talks took place daily in the on-site auditorium at Frieze New York from Thursday, May 5th through Sunday, May 8th. Access to Frieze Talks was included in all admission tickets.

    The 2016 program wass co–curated by Tom Eccles (Executive Director, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, New York) and Christy Lange (frieze Associate Editor and Curator of Public Programming, Berlin).

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    frieze co-editor Dan Fox speaks to Turner-prize winning artist Mark Leckey about his life, work and love of music. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_6_12pm_dan_fox__mark_leckey_-_haunted_by_what.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_6_12pm_dan_fox__mark_leckey_-_haunted_by_what.mp3 1:10:17 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Dan Fox, Mark Leckey no Mon, 06 Jun 2016 06:37:20 -0400
    Lawrence Abu Hamdan & Holly Herndon (Frieze Talks New York 2016) Artist Lawrence Abu Hamdan and musician Holly Herndon discuss their shared interests in sound and surveillance. Artist Lawrence Abu Hamdan and musician Holly Herndon discuss their shared interests in sound and surveillance.

    • Lawrence Abu Hamdan is an artist based in Beirut and a PhD candidate at Goldsmiths, University of London. He is currently a fellow at the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at the New School.
    • Holly Herndon is an artist and a touring musician who released her acclaimed album Platform in 2015. She is currently a doctoral student in composition at Stanford University.

    Frieze Talks took place daily at 12pm and 4pm in the on-site auditorium at Frieze New York from Thursday, May 5th through Sunday, May 8th. Access to Frieze Talks was included in all admission tickets.

    The 2016 program was co–curated by Tom Eccles (Executive Director, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, New York) and Christy Lange (frieze Associate Editor and Curator of Public Programming, Berlin).

     

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    Artist Lawrence Abu Hamdan and musician Holly Herndon discuss their shared interests in sound and surveillance. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_8_12pm_lawrence_abu_hamdan__holly_herndon.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_8_12pm_lawrence_abu_hamdan__holly_herndon.mp3 53:38 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Holly Herndon, Frieze Talks, Frieze New York, Art, Sound, Surveillance no Mon, 06 Jun 2016 06:34:19 -0400
    'Curator: Autodidact Polymath or Academic Expert?' (Frieze Talks New York 2016) Do curators have to be art historians? Jens Hoffmann, Julia Bryan-Wilson, Michelle Grabner, Emiliano Valdés and Beatrice von Bismark discuss. Do curators have to be art historians? Historically curators have come equipped with degrees in art history to build, preserve, interpret, and display a museum’s collection. The practice of curating has changed dramatically over the last 25 years, and many of today’s most prominent curators don't necessarily come from an art-history background, nor see themselves as art historians. What are the advantages and disadvantages of concepts such as creative curating or exhibition making, in contrast to the traditional idea of art-historical scholarship? This panel discusses.

    • Jens Hoffmann is a writer and exhibition-maker and the Deputy Director of the Jewish Museum in New York.
    • Julia Bryan-Wilson is a scholar and critic and Associate Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art at the University of California Berkeley.
    • Michelle Grabner is an artist, Professor at the School of the Art Insitute of Chicago, and Curator of the 2016 Portland Biennial.
    • Emiliano Valdés is an editor, cultural producer and Chief curator of the Museum of Modern Art, Medellin.
    • Beatrice von Bismarck is Professor for art history and visual studies at the Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst (HGB) Leipzig, and Director of the HGB gallery.
    Frieze Talks took place daily at 12pm and 4pm in the on-site auditorium at Frieze New York from Thursday, May 5th through Sunday, May 8th 2016. Access to Frieze Talks was included in all admission tickets.

    The 2016 program is co–curated by Tom Eccles (Executive Director, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, New York) and Christy Lange (frieze Associate Editor and Curator of Public Programming, Berlin).

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    Do curators have to be art historians? Jens Hoffmann, Julia Bryan-Wilson, Michelle Grabner, Emiliano Valdés and Beatrice von Bismark discuss. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_8_4pm_curator_-_autodidact_polymath_or_academic_expert_.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_8_4pm_curator_-_autodidact_polymath_or_academic_expert_.mp3 1:01:27 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Jens Hoffmann, Julia Bryan-Wilson, Michelle Grabner, Emiliano Valdés, Beatrice von Bismarck, Frieze Talks, Frieze New York, Curators, Art History no Mon, 06 Jun 2016 06:29:41 -0400
    ‘The Technological Body and Its Discontents’ (Frieze Talks New York 2016) Omar Kholeif chairs a panel discussion with three artists whose practices subvert and problematize entrenched notions of how the body is mediated through human-made technologies. How have different technologies enabled the animation of distinctive forms of representation in physical and virtual space? How have artists historically queered and queried hetero-normative technological forms and their functions? This panel discussion brings together three artists whose practices subvert and problematize entrenched notions of how the body is mediated through human-made technologies.

    • Omar Kholeif (chair) is a writer and Manilow Senior Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.
    • Zach Blas is an artist, writer and  Lecturer in the Department of Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London.
    • Andrea Crespo is an artist based in New York.
    • Jacolby Satterwhite is an artist based in New York.

    Frieze Talks took place daily in the on-site auditorium at Frieze New York from Thursday, May 5th through Sunday, May 8th. Access to Frieze Talks was included in all admission tickets.

    The 2016 program was co–curated by Tom Eccles (Executive Director, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, New York) and Christy Lange (frieze Associate Editor and Curator of Public Programming, Berlin).

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    Omar Kholeif chairs a panel discussion with three artists whose practices subvert and problematize entrenched notions of how the body is mediated through human-made technologies. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_6_4pm_panel_-_the_technological_body_and_its_discontents.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-06-06_may_6_4pm_panel_-_the_technological_body_and_its_discontents.mp3 1:07:13 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Omar Kholeif, Zach Blas, Andrea Crespo, Jacolby Satterwhite, Frieze Talks, Frieze New York, Art, Technology no Mon, 06 Jun 2016 05:54:00 -0400
    'Next Top Models - New Forms for Artists' Collectives' (Frieze Talks New York 2015) Abdullah Al-Mutairi (GCC), Jamal Cyrus (Otabenga Jones & Associates); Dena Yago (K-HOLE); Chaired by Alexander Provan (Editor, Triple Canopy) at Frieze New York 2015 Chaired by writer and editor Alexander Provan of the online publication Triple Canopy, this panel explores explore how artists' collectives today are learning from or deviating from previous historical collectives, such as General Idea, Group Material or Art&Language.  Members from three, exciting and diverse contemporary collectives look at how artists' collectives today are enacting local and national politics, and how some of them are using techniques of branding and marketing to define their practices.

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    Abdullah Al-Mutairi (GCC), Jamal Cyrus (Otabenga Jones & Associates); Dena Yago (K-HOLE); Chaired by Alexander Provan (Editor, Triple Canopy) at Frieze New York 2015 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2015-05-17_collectives_panel_audio.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2015-05-17_collectives_panel_audio.mp3 1:00:16 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze, talk, art, collectives no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:23 -0400
    ‘Some may like a soft Brazilian singer’ Christian Jankowski weaves the music of Caetano Veloso into an artist talk Christian Jankowski is a German artist well known for his performative, humorous and satirical projects, which often use television as a means of intervention. This specially-produced artist talk featured Jankowski walking the audience through his past works, set to the soundtrack of songs by his favorite singer, Brazilian legend Caetano Veloso. Jankowski is currently working as Chief Curator of the major European art exhibition Manifesta 11, which will open in June 2016.

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    Christian Jankowski weaves the music of Caetano Veloso into an artist talk http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2015-7.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2015-7.mp3 1:21:09 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Sun, 10 May 2015 10:52:00 -0400
    ‘Aesthetics’ of ‘Female’ ‘Attractiveness’ Casey Jane Ellison hosts a performative, talk-show-style panel Comedian and artist Casey Jane Ellison brought her irreverent humor to a performative, talk-show-style panel on the ‘Aesthetics’ of ‘Female’ ‘Attractiveness’ with Grace Dunham (writer and activist), Reina Gossett (activist, writer, artist), Karley Sciortino (writer), and Leilah Weinraub (artist and filmmaker).

    This panel was led by comedian and online talk-show host Casey Jane Ellison, who is known for her deadpan, humorous interviews in the style of Zach Galifinakis’s ‘Between Two Ferns’. This event took the form of a game-show-style panel discussion, in which ‘three brilliant women will discuss how hot they are and why.’ Ellison posed questions to her panelists such as ‘Does pretty, in fact, hurt?’ and ‘Am I pretty?’ and played games including ‘There’s Suffering in That!: As a group, they were shown different images of women and deciphered and discussed if There’s Suffering in That image! Female contestants were encouraged to use artspeak in their critical analyses. (Correct analyses was awarded 10 points. Incorrect analyses was deducted 100 points.)’

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    Casey Jane Ellison hosts a performative, talk-show-style panel http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2015-6.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2015-6.mp3 1:14:16 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Sun, 10 May 2015 10:47:00 -0400
    Pierre Bismuth with Andrew Berardini Pierre Bismuth discusses his new feature 'Where is Rocky II?' Pierre Bismuth is a French conceptual artist based in Brussels, who has shown his minimal, riddle-like and humorous work internationally. In 2004, he won an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, together with Michel Gondry and Charlie Kaufman.

    For Frieze Talks he discussed his latest feature film, released May 2015, Where is Rocky II? The film documents the artist’s six-year-long obsession with finding a rock that the Ed Ruscha supposedly buried in the Mojave Desert in California in the 1970s. In a mix of fiction and documentary, Bismuth hired a team of screenwriters, actors and private detectives to assist him on his hunt. He discussed the film with LA-based writer and curator Andrew Berardini.

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    Pierre Bismuth discusses his new feature 'Where is Rocky II?' http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2015-5.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2015-5.mp3 58:55 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Sun, 10 May 2015 10:44:00 -0400
    Thelma Golden in conversation 'Whom do museums serve?' with Dr. Arnold Lehman Friday May 15, 4pm

    Thelma Golden (Director and Chief Curator of The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York) and Dr. Arnold Lehman (Director, Brooklyn Museum, New York) will discuss the question: Whom do museums serve?

    This conversation, between two highly respected curators with long and esteemed careers at New York institutions, will focus on the question of museums, the public, and whom museums really serve. Both directors have worked for decades to turn their respective local museums into international institutions, and both have expanded the audiences for contemporary art. They’ll talk about their involvement in seminal shows like ‘Black Male’ and ‘Sensation’, censorship scandals, and the future landscape of New York museums.

    (Thelma Golden portrait courtesy: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders)

    Participants:Thelma GoldenDr. Arnold Lehman

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    'Whom do museums serve?' with Dr. Arnold Lehman http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2015-4.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2015-4.mp3 56:25 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Sun, 10 May 2015 10:38:00 -0400
    Hamza Walker in conversation with Gregg Bordowitz ‘Why Does Michael Asher’s Art Make Me Laugh?’ Hamza Walker, who is co-curating ‘Made in L.A.’ in 2016, was in conversation with Gregg Bordowitz (artist and writer) about what artworks we find funny and why.

    What makes a work of art make us laugh? For Hamza Walker, it can often be work that is not consciously or overtly trying to be funny – and that’s what makes it really funny. At Frieze Talks, Walker recast Andrea Fraser’s essay, ‘Why Does Fred Sandback’s Work Make Me Cry’, as ‘Why Does Michael Asher’s Art Make Me Laugh’?

    This event took place at Frieze New York on Sunday, May 17, 2015.

    Frieze Talks is co–curated by Tom Eccles (Executive Director, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, New York) and Christy Lange (frieze Associate Editor and Curator of Public Programming, Berlin).

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    ‘Why Does Michael Asher’s Art Make Me Laugh?’ http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2015-3.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2015-3.mp3 53:51 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Sun, 10 May 2015 10:36:00 -0400
    Paul McCarthy & Leigh Ledare The artist's talk with Chrissie Iles about their taboo-breaking work Paul McCarthy and Leigh Ledare are two artists of different generations who are known for breaking social taboos in their work. McCarthy is a legendary figure whose action-based videos and installations and large-scale public sculptures have sometimes provoked controversy about their subject matter. Ledare’s photography focuses on intimate relationships between him and his close family members, and have likewise been scrutinized for their bold and controversial approach. The two artists talked to Whitney Museum Curator Chrissie Iles about their friendship, commonalities and working methods.

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    The artist's talk with Chrissie Iles about their taboo-breaking work http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2015-2.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2015-2.mp3 56:39 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Sun, 10 May 2015 10:33:00 -0400
    Beatrix Ruf in conversation The Stedelijk Museum director speaks to two innovative young artists In a discussion they called ‘Two Eggs and an Olive’, Beatrix Ruf, recently named Director of Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum, spoke to two of today’s most innovative young artists. Helen Marten, the London-based artist whose work was featured in the 55th Venice Biennale and the 12th Lyon Biennale in 2013; and Jordan Wolfson, the Los Angeles-based artist who recently debuted his animatronic sculpture, (Female Figure), at David Zwirner, New York.

    Participants:Beatrix RufHelen MartenJordan Wolfson

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    The Stedelijk Museum director speaks to two innovative young artists http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2014-3.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2014-3.mp3 1:06:12 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Sat, 10 May 2014 12:08:00 -0400
    Okwui Enwezor Speaking with the jazz pianist, composer, and performance artist, Jason Moran, on shared interests Okwui Enwezor, recently appointed Artistic Director of the 56th Venice Biennale (2015) will speak with jazz pianist, composer, and performance artist Jason Moran about their shared interests; and Moran will give impromptu performances on the piano.

    Participants:Okwui EnwezorJason Moran

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    Speaking with the jazz pianist, composer, and performance artist, Jason Moran, on shared interests http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2014-1.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2014-1.mp3 1:02:48 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Thu, 01 May 2014 12:21:00 -0400
    Nadya Tolokonnikova & Masha Alekhina of Pussy Riot In conversation with The New Yorker's David Remnick Nadya Tolokonnikova and Masha Alekhina are members of the feminist art collective Pussy Riot, and have recently launched Zona Prava, an NGO advocating for prison reform. They spoke with David Remnick, Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist and editor of The New Yorker.

    Photo: Erik Lohr for The Voice Project

    Participants:Masha AlekhinaNadya TolokonnikovaDavid Remnick

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    In conversation with The New Yorker's David Remnick http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2014-2.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2014-2.mp3 1:18:24 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Thu, 01 May 2014 12:16:00 -0400
    Adam Szymczyk in conversation The Artistic Director of documenta 14, on past and future projects Participants:Jenny JaskeyAdam Szymczyk

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    The Artistic Director of documenta 14, on past and future projects http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2014-4.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2014-4.mp3 46:16 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Thu, 01 May 2014 12:04:00 -0400
    The World Wide Web at 25 Marking it's 25th birthday, writer Orit Gat chairs a panel on the history of art and the Internet Marking the 25th birthday of the World Wide Web, writer Orit Gat chaired a panel discussion about the history of art and the Internet – from ‘Net Art’ to ‘Post-Internet Art’ – with writer and artist Tyler Coburn, curator and author of Post Internet, Gene McHugh, and Christiane Paul, Adjunct Curator of New Media Arts at the Whitney Museum of American Art.

    Much of contemporary art examines the terms of economic engagement with the growingly corporate structure of the web. Can changing attitudes toward the Internet explain the current explosion of conversations describing a shift from net art to post-internet?

    Participants:Orit GatTyler CoburnGene McHughChristiane Paul

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    Marking it's 25th birthday, writer Orit Gat chairs a panel on the history of art and the Internet http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2014-5.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2014-5.mp3 1:48:27 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Thu, 01 May 2014 11:54:00 -0400
    Kenneth Goldsmith A keynote lecture by the poet named the inaugural Poet Laureate of MoMA ‘I Look to Theory Only When I Realize That Somebody Has Dedicated Their Entire Life to a Question I Have Only Fleetingly Considered’

    A keynote lecture by the poet Kenneth Goldsmith, whose writing has been described as ‘some of the most exhaustive and beautiful collage work yet produced in poetry’ (Publishers Weekly). Goldsmith is the author of eleven books of poetry and founding editor of the online archive UbuWeb. In 2013, he was named as the inaugural Poet Laureate of MoMA.

    Participants:Kenneth Goldsmith

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    A keynote lecture by the poet named the inaugural Poet Laureate of MoMA http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2014-6.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fny2014-6.mp3 1:08:51 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Thu, 01 May 2014 11:46:00 -0400
    Art in Literature What are the limits of writing about images and difficulties of depicting the art world in fiction? From Don DeLillo’s Point Omega to Michel Houellebecq’s The Map and the Territory, recent fiction has seen several prominent encounters with contemporary art. What are the limits of writing about images? And what difficulties are there with depicting the art world in fiction? Two readings are followed by discussion.

    Participants:Rachel KushnerBen MarcusChair: Katie Kitamura

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    What are the limits of writing about images and difficulties of depicting the art world in fiction? http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2013-7.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2013-7.mp3 1:15:03 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Thu, 02 May 2013 05:51:00 -0400
    Lydia Davis A reading with the acclaimed translator and writer Lydia Davis is an acclaimed translator and writer of short stories. She gives a reading, followed by a conversation with Emily Stokes, covering Davis’ short stories as well as her award-winning of translations of Proust, Blanchot and Flaubert.

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    A reading with the acclaimed translator and writer http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2013-6.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2013-6.mp3 1:05:53 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Thu, 02 May 2013 05:47:00 -0400
    John Maus On influences, with Ross Simonini, playing songs and videos that have inspired him The prolific musician discusses his influences, playing some of the songs and videos that have inspired him. He is in conversation with musician and writer Ross Simonini.  Participants: John Maus Ross Simonini

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    On influences, with Ross Simonini, playing songs and videos that have inspired him http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2013-5.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2013-5.mp3 1:11:04 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Thu, 02 May 2013 05:44:00 -0400
    Joan Jonas The pioneering performance and video artist will reflect on 50 years of production A key note presentation, by artist Joan Jonas, focusing on the development of her most recent work, an ongoing installation project titled Reanimation.

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    The pioneering performance and video artist will reflect on 50 years of production http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2013-4.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2013-4.mp3 1:02:14 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Thu, 02 May 2013 05:40:00 -0400
    When the Past isn’t Past How and why decades become packaged as they do? We are increasingly beginning to see survey exhibitions of the very recent past. How and why do decades come to be packaged as they do? What gets forgotten in these attempts to remember? And what does it mean to present ‘authoritative’ surveys of a time that is still very much in flux?

    Participants:Dominic MolonJenny MooreChair: Dan Fox

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    How and why decades become packaged as they do? http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2013-3.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2013-3.mp3 1:14:44 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Thu, 02 May 2013 05:37:00 -0400
    Douglas Crimp Exploring the New York art world of the 1970s ahead of the publication of his memoir, Before Pictures Ahead of the publication of his memoir, Before Pictures, Douglas Crimp’s lecture explores the New York art world of the 1970s, considering the intersections of dance and critical theory, prior to his curating the seminal group show ‘Pictures’ at Artists Space in 1977.

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    Exploring the New York art world of the 1970s ahead of the publication of his memoir, Before Pictures http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2013-2.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2013-2.mp3 1:14:43 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Thu, 02 May 2013 05:31:00 -0400
    2013 Carnegie International The curators, Daniel Baumann, Tina Kukielski and Dan Byers discuss their plans for the 56th edition For the first time in the Carnegie International’s 117-year history, it is organized by a team of three curators. Daniel Baumann, Tina Kukielski and Dan Byers discuss their plans for the 56th edition of the exhibition, which opens October 4, at Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh.

    Participants:

    Daniel BaumannTina KukielskiDan ByersChair: Tirdad Zolghadr

     

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    The curators, Daniel Baumann, Tina Kukielski and Dan Byers discuss their plans for the 56th edition http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2013-1.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2013-1.mp3 54:02 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Thu, 02 May 2013 05:23:00 -0400
    New Geographies of Contemporary Art Ethics and relativism in an international art world Participants:

    Negar AzimiBassam El BaroniKate FowleChair: Okwui Enwezor

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    Ethics and relativism in an international art world http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2012-8.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2012-8.mp3 1:31:27 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Wed, 02 May 2012 10:19:00 -0400
    Expanding Museums The role of contemporary art institutions in transforming the way we experience our cities and cultures The panel discussed the current and future roles of contemporary art institutions in transforming the way we experience our cities and cultures. Glenn D. Lowry talked about his experience as Director of The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Adam D. Weinberg reflected on his at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York and Sheena Wagstaff looked back on her previous role at Tate Modern, London.

    Participants:Glenn D. LowryAdam D. WeinbergSheena WagstaffChair: Nicolai Ouroussoff

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    The role of contemporary art institutions in transforming the way we experience our cities and cultures http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2012-7.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2012-7.mp3 1:16:18 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Wed, 02 May 2012 10:14:00 -0400
    Zoe Leonard in conversation with Rhea Anastas Exploring the ideas of practice and counterpoints within practice Participants:

    Zoe LeonardRhea Anastas

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    Exploring the ideas of practice and counterpoints within practice http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2012-6.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2012-6.mp3 1:21:34 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Wed, 02 May 2012 10:06:00 -0400
    On Gerhard Richter’s 'Atlas' Eminent critic and curator Robert Storr analyses the work of the influential artist Eminent critic and curator Robert Storr analysed the work of Gerhard Richter and his influential ‘Atlas’. An ongoing archive of photographs, sketches and materials collected by the acclaimed artist since 1962, it is a source of inspiration for his work and a way of mapping thoughts and processes. As one of the most important experts on the work of Richter, Storr curated the retrospective ‘Gerhard Richter. Forty Years of Painting MoMA’ (2003) and authored September, a History Painting by Gerhard Richter (2010).

    Participants:Robert Storr

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    Eminent critic and curator Robert Storr analyses the work of the influential artist http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2012-5.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2012-5.mp3 1:21:15 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Wed, 02 May 2012 09:50:00 -0400
    On Land Occupation Discussing recent episodes of land occupation and ways to re-imagine borders and geographies Taking the Occupy Wall Street movement as a metaphor and starting point, artists and writers discussed recent episodes of land occupation and ways to re-imagine borders and geographies.

    Participants:Saskia SassenMitch CopeAndrea GeyerChair: Joseph Grima

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    Discussing recent episodes of land occupation and ways to re-imagine borders and geographies http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2012-4.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2012-4.mp3 1:29:28 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Wed, 02 May 2012 09:37:00 -0400
    On André Malraux and his 'Musée Imaginaire' Georges Didi-Huberman discusses André Malraux’s Musée Imaginaire The prominent philosopher and historian discusses André Malraux’s Musée Imaginaire project

    Participants:Georges Didi-Huberman

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    Georges Didi-Huberman discusses André Malraux’s Musée Imaginaire http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2012-1.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2012-1.mp3 1:23:51 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Wed, 02 May 2012 09:31:00 -0400
    Collection Cartographies Studying, preserving and mapping modernist histories and contemporary art scenes Directors and curators of private art collections focusing on Latin America, Europe and the Middle East Gulf region discussed why and how they study, preserve and map modernist histories and contemporary art scenes. For whom are the artistic cartographies that these collections figure? How are these collections formed, accessed and viewed within their regions and how they interact with global discussions of contemporary art?

    Participants:Wassan Al-KhudairiHans-Michael HerzogWalter SeidlChair: Sofia Hernandez Chong Cuy

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    Studying, preserving and mapping modernist histories and contemporary art scenes http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2012-2.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2012-2.mp3 1:25:45 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Wed, 02 May 2012 09:18:00 -0400
    Taryn Simon Presents her recent work, A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters I–XVIII (2012) Taryn Simon presented her recent work, A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters I–XVIII, exhibited at Museum of Modern Art, New York from May – September 2012. Produced over a four-year period during which the artist travelled around the world researching and recording bloodlines and their related stories, her collection is both cohesive and arbitrary, mapping the relationships between chance, blood and other components of fate.

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    Presents her recent work, A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters I–XVIII (2012) http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2012-3.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fny2012-3.mp3 52:58 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze New York, Frieze Talks no Wed, 02 May 2012 09:11:00 -0400