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 18:02:38 -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
Borderlands / The Desert What are the utopian and dystopian qualities of the desert that draw artists over generations? From seminal Land Art projects like Michael Heizer’s Double Negative and James Turrell’s Roden Crater; to the proliferation of artists’ projects in Marfa, Texas; to Jananne Al-Ani’s films of remote landscapes of the Middle East that have been scarred by war, to Ben Rivers’s most recent project, set in the Biosphere 2 in Oracle, Arizona, the unique and sometimes bizarre landscapes of the desert have served as fertile ground for artists, writers and filmmakers alike. In this panel discussion, curator and writer Shumon Basar discusses the ‘desert imaginary’ with artist Jananne Al-Ani, Ballroom Marfa curator Laura Copelin, and artist and filmmaker Ben Rivers.

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What are the utopian and dystopian qualities of the desert that draw artists over generations? http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-09_007_borderlands_desert_2.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-09_007_borderlands_desert_2.mp3 1:14:10 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Wed, 09 Nov 2016 07:58:49 -0500
Keynote Presentation: Lee 'Scratch' Perry Lee 'Scratch' Perry is a legendary musician and producer, and is widely regarded as one of the godfathers of reggae and dub. Perry has been making music, collaborating and touring in a career that spans over 60 years. As a young artist he was a mentor to Bob Marley, and collaborated with The Clash and Paul McCartney, among others. In the 1970s he built ‘The Black Ark’, a recording studio in his backyard, which attracted diverse artists from around the world. The innovative sound he created with his band The Upsetters has made Perry a world-renowned figure. At the age of 80, he is still touring, living in Zurich, and is the subject of a 2015 documentary entitled The Upsetter: The Life and Music of Lee Scratch Perry. Don’t miss this special event.

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Lee 'Scratch' Perry is a legendary musician and producer, and is widely regarded as one of the godfathers of reggae and dub. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_009_lee_scratch_perry.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_009_lee_scratch_perry.mp3 1:06:01 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Mon, 07 Nov 2016 07:34:09 -0500
Borderlands / The Summit What can art do in times of emergency? We invite all Frieze London visitors to this special summit to debate the question. We often look to artists to respond to social and political crises, and our current political climate has no shortage of upheavals to address. Deserts, cities, coasts and seas: these territories are becoming physical and symbolic battle grounds. Are we experiencing a kind of reflex against openness? Why? And what consequences does this tension have on the contemporary art being made today, and on the artists making it? In this participatory, in-the-round summit, we will revisit the previous days’ sessions in the 'Borderlands' series, debate proposals and possible solutions, and invite artists and audience members to weigh in on what can be done.

The discussion will include previous participants and artists in Frieze Talks as well as special guests.

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What can art do in times of emergency? We invite all Frieze London visitors to this special summit to debate the question. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_008_borderlands_summit.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_008_borderlands_summit.mp3 1:01:46 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Mon, 07 Nov 2016 07:23:17 -0500
Borderlands / The Personal How do artists use the fluidity of identity and performative languages to navigate in larger social and institutional structures? New Museum curator Lauren Cornell moderates a discussion on how artists negotiate personal and psychological boundaries in their work, with artists Yuri Pattison and Jill Magid.

  • Lauren Cornell is Curator and Associate Director, Technology Initiatives at the New Museum in New York. She was previously executive director of Rhizome. 
  • Yuri Pattison is a London-based artist whose work involves digital media, video and sculpture. As the winner of the 2016 Frieze Artist Award, he has realized a project at Frieze London that explores ‘trending’ data and systems of interpretation or control. He was recently featured at London’s Chisenhale Gallery and as part of the touring British Art Show 8 (2015-16), and created an online commission for the Institute of Contemporary Arts in 2015. 
  • Jill Magid is an American artist and writer who investigates the boundaries between art and life, the individual and the institution. In her practice, she forms the rules of engagement with a bureaucratic institution – and then subverts the notion of surveillance, control and data manipulation. She has exhibited extensively with solo exhibitions most recently at Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen, and including Tate Modern, the Whitney Museum of American Art and Tate Liverpool. Her exhibition project ‘The Proposal’, which was recently featured in The New Yorker, is currently on view at the San Francisco Art Institute.
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How do artists use the fluidity of identity and performative languages to navigate in larger social and institutional structures? http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_006_borderlands_personal.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_006_borderlands_personal.mp3 1:05:54 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sat, 08 Oct 2016 06:56:00 -0400
Borderlands / The Political Omar Kholeif, Fatima al Qadiri, Pablo León del la Barra and Adelita Husni-Bey debate the role of borders – and how the arts can traverse them – in our current political climate. The political events of the last year – from the Brexit to the US presidential election – have left our heads spinning. Recent political rhetoric has thrived on the premise of ‘securing borders’, playing on a discomfort and fear about the contingency or fragility of boundaries – between what is understood as ‘inside’ and ‘outside’. How can artists respond to these crises? In a session chaired by Omar Kholeif (Manilow Senior Curator, MCA Chicago), musician and artist Fatima Al Qadiri, filmmaker Omar Al-Qattan, curator Pablo León de la Barra and artist Adelita Husni-Bey debate the role of borders – and how the arts can traverse them – in our current political climate.

• Fatima Al Qadiri is a Kuwaiti music producer and visual artist. She has released music as a solo artist on Hyperdub, Tri Angle, UNO NYC and Fade to Mind. Al Qadiri is also a member of the Gulf-based collective GCC, whose work has been exhibited at MoMA PS1, Fridericianum, the Berlin Bienniale and Sharjah Art Foundation. Her writing has appeared in Bidoun, frieze and DIS.

• Omar Al-Qattan is Chair of the Palestinian Museum and the AM Qattan Foundation, a leading independent organisation supporting culture and education in Palestine and the Arab World. In 2008, he established the Mosaic Rooms in London, a cultural space focussed on the cultures of the Arab World which has become the leading institution in it’s field. His early professional life was spent as a filmmaker producing and directing films including Dreams & Silence and Michel Khleifi’s Tale of the Three Jewels shot entirely in the Occupied Gaza Strip.

• Adelita Husni-Bey is an artist and researcher whose practice involves the analysis and counter-representation of hegemonic ideologies in contemporary Western societies. Husni-Bey’s practice encompasses drawing, painting, collage, video and participatory workshops. She recently completed the Whitney Independent Study Program in New York.

• Dr. Omar Kholeif is a curator, writer, editor and sometime filmmaker. He is the Manilow Senior Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Previously he was Curator at the Whitechapel Gallery, London, Senior Curator at Cornerhouse and HOME, Manchester and Senior Editor atIbraaz. The author and or editor of over two dozen books, he also writes widely for publications including frieze, The Guardian, and Wired.

• Pablo León de la Barra is currently a curator at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum for the Latin American phase of the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative. León de la Barra has curated or co-curated at institutions including David Roberts Art Foundation and the Architecture Foundation, London; Centre de Art Contemporaine, Geneva, and Kunsthalle Zürich; and apexart and Art in General.

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Omar Kholeif, Fatima al Qadiri, Pablo León del la Barra and Adelita Husni-Bey debate the role of borders – and how the arts can traverse them – in our current political climate. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_004_borderlands_political.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_004_borderlands_political.mp3 1:10:23 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sat, 08 Oct 2016 06:45:00 -0400
Upstarts: New 90s Art What has changed since the year that frieze magazine was born in London in 1991? How far has the contemporary art world come since the decade of the YBAs, and what was it really like to be on the ground in London at the time? In this panel discussion, artists Wolfgang Tillmans and Jane & Louise Wilson join former Serpentine Gallery director Julia Peyton-Jones and Guardian art critic Adrian Searle to create an alternative oral history of this turning point in contemporary art.

• Julia Peyton-Jones was the Director of the Serpentine Gallery for 25 years, beginning in 1991. While there, she transformed the gallery into an internationally-acclaimed exhibition space, and oversaw the successful Serpentine Pavilion project.

• Adrian Searle has been an art critic for the Guardian since 1996. Trained as a painter, he has contributed to numerous art magazines and journals, including frieze, and has curated several exhibitions.

• Wolfgang Tillmans is an artist who lives and works in Berlin and London. Since 2006 he has run the non-profit exhibition space Between Bridges. He has exhibited extensively across the world and his recent pro-EU poster campaign garnered widespread attention. In 2017 Tillmans will have a major survey exhibition at Tate Modern, London and at the Beyeler Foundation, Basel.

• Jane & Louise Wilson are a Turner Prize–nominated sibling duo who use film, photography and sculpture to create a series of highly theatrical and atmospheric installations that investigate the darker side of human experience. They first began working together in 1989, and have exhibited widely since then. Their solo exhibition ‘Jane & Louise Wilson Undead Sun: We Put the World Before You’ opens at the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art on 1 October 2016.

 

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What has changed since the year that frieze magazine was born in London in 1991? How far has the contemporary art world come since the decade of the YBAs, and what was it really like to be on the ground in London at the time? http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_005_upstarts_90s__art.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_005_upstarts_90s__art.mp3 1:02:49 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Fri, 07 Oct 2016 06:47:00 -0400
Borderlands / The Social Artists will debate the social and communal aspects of borders. Artist and writer Hannah Black, artist Erik van Lieshout and performer Jonny Woo use performance, satire, humour to poignantly critique contemporary society. In this panel discussion, the artists will debate the social and communal aspects of borders with curator Sarah McCrory.

  • Hannah Black is an artist and writer who interlaces multiple disciplines that explore the conditions of the body. Her work is assembled from autobiographical fragments that draw on feminist, communist and black radical thought. 
  • Sarah McCrory is the director of the acclaimed biennial festival Glasgow International and is former curator of Frieze Projects and Studio Voltaire. 
  • Erik van Lieshout addresses a multitude of socio-political issues such as the notion of minorities, ‘outsiders’ and multiculturalism. Lieshout’s work often takes the form of multi-media installations that integrate video, collage, drawing and painting. His work has been internationally shown with his most recent solo show at WIELS, Contemporary Art Centre, Brussels. 
  • Jonny Woo has been creating club, cabaret and theatre performances for decades. He has collaborated with the ICA, National Theatre and The Royal Opera House. He is co-owner of gay performance venue The Glory.
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Artists will debate the social and communal aspects of borders. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_002_borderlands_social.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2016-11-07_002_borderlands_social.mp3 57:04 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Fri, 07 Oct 2016 06:41:00 -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
    Transhumance - Raqs Media Collective (Frieze Talks London 2008) Raqs Media Collective (artist collective, Delhi) speak at Frieze London 2008 Innovative, Delhi-based Raqs Media Collective perform a selection of reports and conversations gathered from their nomadic, interdisciplinary practices as artists, curators and theorists.

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    Raqs Media Collective (artist collective, Delhi) speak at Frieze London 2008 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_08_transhumance.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_08_transhumance.mp3 49:37 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, RAQS, nomadism, curating no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:35 -0400
    'In Memory of the Image' (Frieze Talks London 2008) George Baker (Associate Professor of Art History, UCLA, Los Angeles); Morgan Fisher (artist & filmmaker, Santa Monica); Hito Steyerl (filmmaker & writer, Berlin); Chaired by Stuart Comer (Curator of film, Tate Modern, London) at Frieze London 2008  

     

    Chaired by Stuart Comer of Tate Modern, the panel examines the proliferation, immediacy and increasing mobility of images today. If we have reached the demise of representation, how do we talk about the image? And what are the implications for rethinking terms such as documentary, form and abstraction?

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    George Baker (Associate Professor of Art History, UCLA, Los Angeles); Morgan Fisher (artist & filmmaker, Santa Monica); Hito Steyerl (filmmaker & writer, Berlin); Chaired by Stuart Comer (Curator of film, Tate Modern, London) at Frieze London 2008 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_07_in_memory_of_the_image.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_07_in_memory_of_the_image.mp3 1:26:10 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, images, documentary, representation no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:35 -0400
    Amar Kanwar (Frieze Talks London 2010) Amar Kanwar (artist, New Delhi) speaks at Frieze London 2010 Amar Kanwar's films and installations are multi-layered contemporary experiences connecting intimate personal histories with the wider politics of power, violence, sexuality and justice, and have  been presented in film festivals and museums including documenta 11 and documenta 12, Kassel, Germany.

    For Frieze Talks, he delivers a lecture on life, work and distinctive lyrical sensibility.

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    Amar Kanwar (artist, New Delhi) speaks at Frieze London 2010 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_amar_kanwar.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_amar_kanwar.mp3 46:47 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, India, film, cinema, violence, power no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:35 -0400
    Wolfgang Tillmans (Frieze Talks London 2010) Wolfgang Tillmans (artist, London & Berlin) speaks at Frieze London 2010 For 20 years Tillmans' photography has been a sustained meditation on observation and perception, politics and abstraction. Winner of the Turner Prize in 2000, and with recent exhibitions including the Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin in 2008 and London's Serpentine Gallery in 2010, he talks about his acclaimed career.

     

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    Wolfgang Tillmans (artist, London & Berlin) speaks at Frieze London 2010 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_wolfgang_tillmans.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_wolfgang_tillmans.mp3 1:28:53 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, photography, Tilmans, sexuality no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:35 -0400
    'It's About Time' (Frieze Talks London 2008) Elena Filipovic (writer & curator, New York & Berlin); Carsten Höller (artist, Stockholm); Peter Osborne (Director, Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy, London); Chaired by Jennifer Allen (writer & critic, Berlin) at Frieze London 2008 There has been a recent emphasis on temporality in art exhibitions. This panel considers from a range of perspectives the historical and philosophical precedents for this, asking how and why time has become a tool for curators, and what political implications such an approach might bear.

     

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    Elena Filipovic (writer & curator, New York & Berlin); Carsten Höller (artist, Stockholm); Peter Osborne (Director, Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy, London); Chaired by Jennifer Allen (writer & critic, Berlin) at Frieze London 2008 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_04_its_about_time.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_04_its_about_time.mp3 1:31:58 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, temporality, time, curating no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:35 -0400
    'Who Owns Images?' (Frieze Talks London 2009) Geeta Dayal (writer, San Francisco); Thomas Demand (artist, Berlin); Kazys Varnelis (Director, Network Architecture Lab at Columbia University, New York); Chaired by Sam Thorne (Associate Editor, frieze, London) at Frieze London in 2009 In today's digital world, even the most basic laptop or phone comes with tools allowing us to process pictures, video or sound. How do changes in technology affect the ownership of images?

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    Geeta Dayal (writer, San Francisco); Thomas Demand (artist, Berlin); Kazys Varnelis (Director, Network Architecture Lab at Columbia University, New York); Chaired by Sam Thorne (Associate Editor, frieze, London) at Frieze London in 2009 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_001_who_owns_images.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_001_who_owns_images.mp3 1:37 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, digitial, images, technology, ownership no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:35 -0400
    Viv Albertine in conversation with Gregor Muir (Frieze Talks London 2015) Viv Albertine, founding member of the legendary punk band The Slits, talks about her life and work with Gregor Muir Viv Albertine, founding member of the legendary punk band The Slits and author of the recent memoir Clothes, Clothes, Clothes. Music, Music, Music. Boys, Boys, Boys, talks about her life and work with Gregor Muir, Executive Director of the ICA.

    • Viv Albertine (musician, filmmaker & author)
    • Gregor Muir (ICA, London)
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    Viv Albertine, founding member of the legendary punk band The Slits, talks about her life and work with Gregor Muir http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2015-11-09_08_viv_albertine.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2015-11-09_08_viv_albertine.mp3 57:36 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze viv albertine, the slits, gregor muir, punk, frieze talks, frieze london no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:35 -0400
    The Culture of Denial (Frieze Talks London 2008) Judith Williamson (writer, broadcaster & lecturer, London) speaks at Frieze London 2008 Influential writer, broadcaster and academic Judith Williamson (author of Consuming Passions and Deadline at Dawn, lectures on the skewed relationship between what we know and what we do, asking: how does the gulf between knowledge and behaviour shapes contemporary culture?

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    Judith Williamson (writer, broadcaster & lecturer, London) speaks at Frieze London 2008 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_11_the_culture_of_denial.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_11_the_culture_of_denial.mp3 1:15:46 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, denial, culture, williamson, film, media no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:34 -0400
    'What's So Funny?' (Frieze Talks London 2010) Presentations by: Nathaniel Mellors (artist, Amsterdam & Los Angeles); Aleksandra Mir (artist, in transit); Roee Rosen (artist & writer, Jerusalem); Olav Westphalen (artist, Stockholm) at Frieze London 2010 'Are art and comedy a great double act or the odd couple?'

    'What are the uses of humour in artistic practice?’

    Four international artist who use humour in their work respond to these questions in individual presentations.

     

     

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    Presentations by: Nathaniel Mellors (artist, Amsterdam & Los Angeles); Aleksandra Mir (artist, in transit); Roee Rosen (artist & writer, Jerusalem); Olav Westphalen (artist, Stockholm) at Frieze London 2010 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_whats_so_funny.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_whats_so_funny.mp3 1:24:15 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, humour, comedy no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:34 -0400
    Sexuality, Politics and Protest (Frieze Talks London 2013) Neil Bartlett (theatre director, author and performer, Brighton); Marlene McCarty (artist, New York); Zanele Muholi (photographer, Johannesburg); Chaired by Jennifer Kabat (writer, New York) at Frieze London 2013 It has been 20 years since ACT UP, Gran Fury and queer activism reshaped the power of contemporary art and protest. Jennifer Kabat asks three leading artists and activists: What is the legacy of and possibility for art and protest now?

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    Neil Bartlett (theatre director, author and performer, Brighton); Marlene McCarty (artist, New York); Zanele Muholi (photographer, Johannesburg); Chaired by Jennifer Kabat (writer, New York) at Frieze London 2013 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_004_sexuality_politics_and_protest.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_004_sexuality_politics_and_protest.mp3 1:15:49 nora.foster@frieze.com (Frieze Talks) Frieze Talks art, protest, politics, talk, frieze no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:34 -0400
    'Off-Centre: Can Artists Still Afford to Live in London?' (Frieze Talks London 2015) A discussion on how London's redevelopment and rising costs of real estate put pressure on the city's artists Justine Simons OBE, Head of Culture at the Greater London Authority, chairs a discussion addressing how London’s redevelopment and rising costs of real estate put pressure on the city’s artists, inviting a panel including a local artist, designer, developer and curator to consider solutions.

    • Justine Simons OBE (Head of Culture, Greater London Authority)
    • Katherine Stout (ICA, London)
    • Anna Strongman (Senior Projects Director, Argent LLP)
    • Prem Sahib (artist)
    • Bethan Laura Wood (designer)
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    A discussion on how London's redevelopment and rising costs of real estate put pressure on the city's artists http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2015-11-09_06_can_artists_afford_london_1.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2015-11-09_06_can_artists_afford_london_1.mp3 55:44 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze justine simons, art, artists, london, frieze talks, frieze london, prem sahib, katherine stout, anna strongman, bethan laura wood no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:34 -0400
    John Akomfrah in conversation with Kodwo Eshun and Mark Fisher (Frieze Talks London 2013) John Akomfrah (artist, film director and screenwriter, London); Kodwo Eshun (artist, writer and co-founder, The Otolith Group, London) & Mark Fisher (author of Capitalist Realism, lecturer at Goldsmiths University) in conversation at Frieze London 2013 In 1982, John Akomfrah co-founded the Black Audio Film Collective, dedicated to examining issues of Black British identity through film and media. Akomfrah articulates the evolution of his latest film essay, The Stuart Hall Project, about the late cultural theorist, with Kodwo Eshun and Mark Fisher.

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    John Akomfrah (artist, film director and screenwriter, London); Kodwo Eshun (artist, writer and co-founder, The Otolith Group, London) & Mark Fisher (author of Capitalist Realism, lecturer at Goldsmiths University) in conversation at Frieze London 2013 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_007_akomfrah_eshun_fisher.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_007_akomfrah_eshun_fisher.mp3 54:34 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, talk, frieze, Stuart Hall, John Akomfrah, race, cultural theory no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:34 -0400
    'Aesth-ethics: Art with Consequences' (Frieze Talks London 2015) Artist Tania Brugera delivers her first UK lecture after being detained in Cuba for eight months Delivering her first UK lecture after being detained in Cuba for eight months, Tania Bruguera speaks about her politically motivated practice, and her belief that if it is to be political, art must have consequences.

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    'On Television' (Frieze Talks London 2011) Jonty Claypole (Executive Producer, BBC Arts, London); Melanie Gilligan (artist, London); Timotheus Vermeulen (writer and lecturer, Groningen); Chaired by Aaron Schuster (philosopher and writer, Berlin) at Frieze London 2011  

    Why, despite its huge cultural significance, does television not have a greater influence on contemporary art?

    Although many artists watch everything from Breaking Bad to 30 Rock, art tends to engage with trash television, not high-quality productions such as The Wire or Mad Men. 

    Considering its engagement with visual culture, why hasn't art responded to the rise of the complex television of the HBO era? 

     

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    Jonty Claypole (Executive Producer, BBC Arts, London); Melanie Gilligan (artist, London); Timotheus Vermeulen (writer and lecturer, Groningen); Chaired by Aaron Schuster (philosopher and writer, Berlin) at Frieze London 2011 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_07_on_television.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_07_on_television.mp3 1:26:38 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, television, HBO, Mad Men, The Wire, TV, media no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:33 -0400
    Susan Hillier in conversation with John Welchman (Frieze Talks London 2010) Susan Hiller (artist, London) & John Welchman (Professor of Modern Art History, University of California) in conversation at Frieze London 2010 In advance of Susan Hiller's retrospective at Tate Britain, the American, London-based artist discusses the transatlantic conundrums of conceptualism, and the role of humour and the unconscious in the creative act, with the California-based, British art historian, John Welchman.

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    Susan Hiller (artist, London) & John Welchman (Professor of Modern Art History, University of California) in conversation at Frieze London 2010 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_susan_hiller.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_susan_hiller.mp3 1:10:23 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, conceptualism, transatlantic, humour no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:33 -0400
    Anicka Yi in conversation with Darian Leader (Frieze Talks London 2015) Artist Anicka Yi speaks to psychoanalyst and author Darian Leader about her ambition to make art which engages the senses Following her acclaimed solo exhibition at Kunsthalle Basel this year, artist Anicka Yi speaks to psychoanalyst and author Darian Leader about her ambition to make art which engages not just the eyes, but also scent, taste and touch.

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    Artist Anicka Yi speaks to psychoanalyst and author Darian Leader about her ambition to make art which engages the senses http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2015-11-09_04_anicka_yi_in_conversation_with_darian_leader_1.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2015-11-09_04_anicka_yi_in_conversation_with_darian_leader_1.mp3 1:01:45 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze anicka yi, darian leader, art, frieze talks, frieze london no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:32 -0400
    'Do You Speak English?' (Frieze Talks London 2011) Jennifer Allen (writer, lecturer & Editor, frieze d/e, Berlin); Nana Oforiatta-Ayim (writer, filmmaker, London); Adam Szymczyk (Director & Chief Curator, Kunsthalle Basel); Chaired by Vincenzo Latronico (writer, Milan) at Frieze London 2011 English has become the lingua franca of the art world, spoken by people of many nationalities from around the globe. But whose English are we speaking? And how does its ambiguous status affect what we say?  This panel, chaired by Vicenzo Latronico, explores the issues and proposes some answers.

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    Jennifer Allen (writer, lecturer & Editor, frieze d/e, Berlin); Nana Oforiatta-Ayim (writer, filmmaker, London); Adam Szymczyk (Director & Chief Curator, Kunsthalle Basel); Chaired by Vincenzo Latronico (writer, Milan) at Frieze London 2011 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_03_do_you_speak_english.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_03_do_you_speak_english.mp3 1:22:28 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, language, nationalism, internationalism no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:32 -0400
    Daniel Buren (Frieze Talks London 2011) Daniel Buren (artist, in situ) speaks at Frieze London 2011 In a career spanning 40 years, Daniel Buren has created art in public spaces, written critical texts and collaborated with artists from different generations. His work is always site specific and characterised by its use of contrasting coloured vertical stripes. In 2011 he created work for Turner Contemporary Margate and was honoured with a retrospective at the Centre Pompidou-Metz.

    For Frieze Talks, Buren delivers a lecture about his approach to his work's complex relationship to the space in which it is presented

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    Daniel Buren (artist, in situ) speaks at Frieze London 2011 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_04_daniel_buren.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_04_daniel_buren.mp3 1:25:35 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, Buren, place, space, conceptualism no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:32 -0400
    Jérôme Bel in conversation with Catherine Wood (Frieze Talks London 2013) Jérôme Bel (choreographer, Paris) & Catherine Wood (Curator of Contemporary Art and Performance, Tate Modern, London) in conversation at Frieze London 2013 At dOCUMENTA(13), Jérôme Bel presented Disabled Theater, a performance choreographed in collaboration with professional actors with learning disabilities. Bel's provocative approach to choreography often subverts the typical codes of contemporary dance. Bel joined Catherine Wood to discuss how his work can be curated or received in the context of contemporary art.

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    Jérôme Bel (choreographer, Paris) & Catherine Wood (Curator of Contemporary Art and Performance, Tate Modern, London) in conversation at Frieze London 2013 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_010_jerome_bell_catherine_wood.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_010_jerome_bell_catherine_wood.mp3 1:04:44 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Contemporary Art Dance Frieze Disability no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:32 -0400
    'The China Experience' (Frieze Talks London 2008) Weng Ling (founder, Beijing Center for the Arts); Zheng Shengtian (Managing Editor, Yishu, Vancouver); Karen Smith (writer and curator, Beijing); Chaired by Carol Yinghua Lu (writer, curator & Contributing Editor, frieze, Beijing) at Frieze London 2008 Writer, curator and frieze Contributing Editor Carol Yinghua Lu brings together three key players in Chinese contemporary art to discuss the current field.  What has been the impact of the country's political, financial and creative conditions on its artists, critics, curators and gallerists?  And with so much attention focused on China, how might the structures of its art scene compares to Western models?

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    Weng Ling (founder, Beijing Center for the Arts); Zheng Shengtian (Managing Editor, Yishu, Vancouver); Karen Smith (writer and curator, Beijing); Chaired by Carol Yinghua Lu (writer, curator & Contributing Editor, frieze, Beijing) at Frieze London 2008 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_01_a_china_experience.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_01_a_china_experience.mp3 1:41:07 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, frieze, talks, China, Chinese contemporary art no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:31 -0400
    Alison Knowles (Frieze Talks London 2011) Alison Knowles (artist, New York) speaks at Frieze London 2011 A founder member of Fluxus, the avant-garde group formed in 1962, Alison Knowles is known for her soundworks, installations, performances and publications, including many years of experimenting with the sculptural potential of the book.  

    For Frieze Talks she presents a series of short performances.

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    Alison Knowles (artist, New York) speaks at Frieze London 2011 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_08_alison_knowles.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_08_alison_knowles.mp3 1:06:15 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, Fluxus, performance no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:31 -0400
    'Art and the State - Back to New Deal Funding?' (Frieze Talks London 2009) DD Guttenplan (writer, London); Christoph Thun-Hohenstein (Director, departure, Vienna); W.A.G.E (arts activist group, worldwide); Yu Yeon Kim (curator, New York & Seoul); Chaired by Jenny Lomax (Director, Camden Arts Centre, London) at Frieze London 2009 What are the pros and cons of state-funded art and cultural production - particularly at a moment of severe economic crisis? 

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    DD Guttenplan (writer, London); Christoph Thun-Hohenstein (Director, departure, Vienna); W.A.G.E (arts activist group, worldwide); Yu Yeon Kim (curator, New York & Seoul); Chaired by Jenny Lomax (Director, Camden Arts Centre, London) at Frieze London 2009 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_art_and_the_state.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_art_and_the_state.mp3 1:24:43 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, funding no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:31 -0400
    'Custodians of Culture | The Museum - Institutions of Market or Measure?' (Frieze Talks London 2007) Lisa Dennison (Executive Vice President, Sotheby's North America); Julia Peyton-Jones (Director, Serpentine Gallery, London); Sturtevant (artist, Paris); Chaired by Massimiliano Gioni (Curator, New Museum, New York) at Frieze London 2007 In the 'Custodians of Culture' strand, Massimiliano Gioni (Artistic Director, Nicola Trussardi Foundation, Milan and Curator of Special Exhibitions, New Museum, New York) chairs a discussion examining the changing relationship between museums, artists, their sponsors and patrons.

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    Lisa Dennison (Executive Vice President, Sotheby's North America); Julia Peyton-Jones (Director, Serpentine Gallery, London); Sturtevant (artist, Paris); Chaired by Massimiliano Gioni (Curator, New Museum, New York) at Frieze London 2007 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_the_museum_institions_of_market_or_measure.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_the_museum_institions_of_market_or_measure.mp3 1:32:21 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze, talk, art, museums, patronage no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:31 -0400
    'Who Owns Images?' (Frieze Talks London 2009) Geeta Dayal (writer, San Francisco); Thomas Demand (artist, Berlin); Kazys Varnelis (Director, Network Architecture Lab, Columbia University, New York); Chaired by Sam Thorne (Associate Editor, frieze, London) at Frieze London 2009 In today's digital world, even the most basic laptop or phone comes with tools allowing us to process pictures, video or sound. How do changes in technology affect the ownership of images?

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    Geeta Dayal (writer, San Francisco); Thomas Demand (artist, Berlin); Kazys Varnelis (Director, Network Architecture Lab, Columbia University, New York); Chaired by Sam Thorne (Associate Editor, frieze, London) at Frieze London 2009 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_who_owns_images.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_who_owns_images.mp3 1:09:54 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, images, ownership, digital, reproduction no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:30 -0400
    'Theory & Practice | War and Art in the Global Village' (Frieze Talks London 2007) Thierry de Duve (Professor, University of Lille III) speaks at Frieze London 2007 Historian, theorist of contemporary art, and Professor at University of Lille III, Thierry du Duve has dedicated himself to a reinterpretation of Modernism and its legacies. Author of several books including Kant after Duchamp (1996) and the Held Together with Water: Art from the Verbund Collection, ide Duve delivers a special lecture entitled 'War and Art in the Global Village'.

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    Thierry de Duve (Professor, University of Lille III) speaks at Frieze London 2007 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_war_and_art_in_the_global_village.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_war_and_art_in_the_global_village.mp3 1:20:28 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:30 -0400
    Bridget Riley in conversation with Michael Bracewell (Frieze Talks London 2010) Bridget Riley (artist, London) & Michael Bracewell (writer, novelist & curator, London) in conversation at Frieze London 2010 Cult novelist, essayist and cultural commentator Michael Bracewell speaks to legendary Op-Art pioneer Bridget Riley about the evolution of her ground-breaking work, from the 1960s to the present.

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    Bridget Riley (artist, London) & Michael Bracewell (writer, novelist & curator, London) in conversation at Frieze London 2010 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_riley.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_riley.mp3 49:38 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, Riley, Op-Art, painting, Bracewell no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:30 -0400
    'The Art of Absence' (Frieze Talks London 2009) Brian Dillon (writer & UK Editor, Cabinet, London) & Marie Darrieussecq (writer, Paris) in conversation at Frieze London 2009 Acclaimed French novelist Marie Darrieussecq talks with Cabinet's UK editor Brian Dillon about the figures that have influenced her radical approaches to writing and storytelling.

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    Brian Dillon (writer & UK Editor, Cabinet, London) & Marie Darrieussecq (writer, Paris) in conversation at Frieze London 2009 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_absence_brian_and_marie.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_absence_brian_and_marie.mp3 1:09:40 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, Darrieussecq no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:30 -0400
    John Baldessari in conversation with Matthew Higgs (Frieze Talks London 2009) John Baldessari (artist, Santa Monica) & Matthew Higgs (artist & Director, White Columns, New York) in conversation at Frieze London 2009 The subject of a major retrospective at Tate Modern, London, renowned artist John Baldessari answers questions put to him by the readers of frieze magazine.

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    John Baldessari (artist, Santa Monica) & Matthew Higgs (artist & Director, White Columns, New York) in conversation at Frieze London 2009 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_john_baldessari.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_john_baldessari.mp3 48:19 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, Baldessari, no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:30 -0400
    'Cultural Cartography | Does Art Travel?' (Frieze Talks London 2007) Ekaterina Degot (curator, Moscow); Paulo Herkenhoff (curator/art historian, Rio de Janeiro); Midori Matsui (art critic, Yokohama); Chaired by Philippe Vergne (Chief Curator and Deputy Director, Walker Arts Center, Minneapolis) at Frieze London 2007 What happens to art when the local becomes global?

    Can art really speak across borders?

    Philippe Vergne (Chief Curator and Deputy Director, Walker Art Center) chairs a discussion about the international passage, transmission and reception of contemporary art with leading figures from across continents.

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    Ekaterina Degot (curator, Moscow); Paulo Herkenhoff (curator/art historian, Rio de Janeiro); Midori Matsui (art critic, Yokohama); Chaired by Philippe Vergne (Chief Curator and Deputy Director, Walker Arts Center, Minneapolis) at Frieze London 2007 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_does_art_travel.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_does_art_travel.mp3 1:15:26 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, frieze, talks, globalism, internationalism, local, borders no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:29 -0400
    'The First Pictures I Enjoyed' (Frieze Talks London 2008) Alasdair Gray (writer & artist, Glasgow) & Tom McCarthy (novelist & artist, London) in conversation at Frieze London 2008 Legendary Scottish writer and artist Alasdair Gray discusses the development of his vision with novelist and artist Tom McCarthy.

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    Alasdair Gray (writer & artist, Glasgow) & Tom McCarthy (novelist & artist, London) in conversation at Frieze London 2008 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_05_the_first_pictures_i_enjoyed.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_05_the_first_pictures_i_enjoyed.mp3 1:06:09 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, Scotland, illustration no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:29 -0400
    '1913 - A defining year in exhibition-making' (Frieze Talks London 2013) Bruce Altshuler (Director, Program in Museum Studies, GSAS, NYU) & Vivian Sky Rehberg (Director, MFA, Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam) in conversation at Frieze London 2013 On the occasion of the centenary of 1913 — the year of the first Armory Show and of Duchamp's first readymade—Bruce Altshuler, author of Biennials and Beyond: Exhibitions that made art history, and frieze Contributing Editor Vivian Sky Rehberg examine the legacy of a defining year in exhibition-making.

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    Bruce Altshuler (Director, Program in Museum Studies, GSAS, NYU) & Vivian Sky Rehberg (Director, MFA, Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam) in conversation at Frieze London 2013 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_006_altshuler_and_sky_rehburg.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_006_altshuler_and_sky_rehburg.mp3 1:04:26 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, frieze, talks, Armory Show, Duchamp, exhibitions no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:29 -0400
    'A Personal Grammar of Means' (Frieze London Talks 2008) Marc Camille Chaimowicz (artist, London) & Roger Cook (writer and art historian, London) in conversation at Frieze London 2008 Artist March Camille Chaimowicz talks to writer and art historian Roger Cook about his varied career, his influences, and his distinctive practice, encompassing fabric, decor, installation and painting.

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    Marc Camille Chaimowicz (artist, London) & Roger Cook (writer and art historian, London) in conversation at Frieze London 2008 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_02_marc_camille_chaimowicz.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_02_marc_camille_chaimowicz.mp3 1:26:20 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, frieze, talks, decoration, installlation, Chaimowicz no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:29 -0400
    Julie Ault in conversation with Bart van der Heide (Frieze Talks London 2010) Julie Ault (artist & writer, New York) & Bart van der Heide (Director & Curator, Kunstverein München, Munich) in conversation at Frieze London 2010 A discussion of the aesthetic and political legacy of the legendary New York-based art collaborative Group Material with co-founder Julie Ault and Munich-based curator Bart van der Heide.

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    Julie Ault (artist & writer, New York) & Bart van der Heide (Director & Curator, Kunstverein München, Munich) in conversation at Frieze London 2010 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_julie_ault.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_julie_ault.mp3 1:05:12 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, activism, sexuality, Group Material, Ault, curating no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:29 -0400
    Mike Bouchet (Frieze Projects London 2009) Mike Bouchet presents a motivational speaker for the exhibitors and public of Frieze Art Fair, London, 2009. For his commission, Sell and Destroy: Redrawing the Bottom Line, Mike Bouchet presents a motivational speaker for the exhibitors and public of Frieze Art Fair. Alex MacPhail is an expert at empowering large audiences to master their motivation and achieve their full potential, both on the day and long into the future.

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    Mike Bouchet presents a motivational speaker for the exhibitors and public of Frieze Art Fair, London, 2009. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_mike_bouchet_gallerists_only.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_mike_bouchet_gallerists_only.mp3 44:07 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:28 -0400
    'Custodians of Culture | Schoolyard Art: Playing Fair Without the Referee' (Frieze Talks London 2007) Dave Hickey (cultural critic and Professor of English, University of Nevada, Las Vegas) speaks at Frieze London 2007 Dave Hickey (cultural critic and Professor of English, University of Nevada, Las Vegas) presents a keynote lecture exploring how sites of commerce have evolved from the white cube to the art fair, and considers the question: How to Sell, without Selling Out?

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    Dave Hickey (cultural critic and Professor of English, University of Nevada, Las Vegas) speaks at Frieze London 2007 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_schoolyard_art_playing_fair_without_the_referee.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_schoolyard_art_playing_fair_without_the_referee.mp3 37:24 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze, talk, art, Hickey, commerce, commercialism, fairs no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:28 -0400
    'Exhibition Making as Activism - Whose Politics?' (Frieze Talks London 2010) Jeremy Deller (artist, Londo); Galit Eilat (Founding Director, The Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon); Emily Roysdon (artist & writer, New York); Chaired by Negar Azimi (Senior Editor, Bidoun, New York) at Frieze London 2010 A myriad of approaches are taken by artists, writers and curators whose work responds to complex social issues and political situations.

    Bidoun's Negar Azimi leads a panel asking: To what extent do the political and personal intersect? Can art be effective activism and vice versa?

     

     

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    Jeremy Deller (artist, Londo); Galit Eilat (Founding Director, The Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon); Emily Roysdon (artist & writer, New York); Chaired by Negar Azimi (Senior Editor, Bidoun, New York) at Frieze London 2010 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_exhibition_activism.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_exhibition_activism.mp3 1:24:59 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, activism, Bidoun, Azimi, Deller, intersectionality no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:28 -0400
    Ramin Bahrani in conversation with Bert Rebhandl (Frieze Talks London 2010) Ramin Bahrani (filmmaker, New York) & Bert Rebhandl (critic, Berlin) in conversation at Frieze London in 2010. Born to Iranian parent, Ramin Bahrani has eloquently told the story of US immigrants in films such as Chop Shop (2007) and Goodbye Solo (2008), and was hailed as ‘director of the decade' by film authority Roger Ebert.

    In conversation with Bert Rebhandl, Bahrani discusses the ‘neo' in 'Neo-Neo Rrealism', and how the limits of the documentary form can be pushed.

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    Ramin Bahrani (filmmaker, New York) & Bert Rebhandl (critic, Berlin) in conversation at Frieze London in 2010. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_ramin_bahrani.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_ramin_bahrani.mp3 1:11:59 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, cinema, documentary, Bahrani, Ebert no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:28 -0400
    'Cultural Cartography | Organising Water' (Frieze Talks London 2007) Roni Horn (artist, New York and Reykjavik) speaks at Frieze London 2007 Acclaimed artist Roni Horn presents a keynote lecture on the presence of site-specificity and seriality in her work. Opening with the sound of rushing water, Horn disucsses her most recent project, Library of Water (Iceland), the culmination of a lifelong interest in the relationship of language to place, and the product of extended travel to and around Iceland.

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    Roni Horn (artist, New York and Reykjavik) speaks at Frieze London 2007 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_organising_water.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_organising_water.mp3 41:16 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze, talk, art, water, nature, place, Iceland no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:28 -0400
    'Schools on the Move' (Frieze Talks London 2013) Pablo Helguera (artist, Mexico City); Wael Shawky (artist, Alexandria); Sally Tallant (Director, Liverpool Biennial); Chaired by Sam Thorne (Associate Editor, frieze, London) at Frieze London 2013 In recent years, alternative academies and artist-led education projects have proliferated. Sam Thorne of frieze asks international artists and curators: How do these endeavours reflect on conventional art education—and what can we learn from them?

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    Pablo Helguera (artist, Mexico City); Wael Shawky (artist, Alexandria); Sally Tallant (Director, Liverpool Biennial); Chaired by Sam Thorne (Associate Editor, frieze, London) at Frieze London 2013 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_001_schools_on_move.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_001_schools_on_move.mp3 1:11:31 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, education, schools, art school, academy no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:28 -0400
    'Shooting Gallery - The Problems of Photographic Representation' (Frieze Talks London 2010) Adam Broomberg (artist, London); Oliver Chanarin (artist, London); Taryn Simon (artist, New York); Chaired by Christy Lange (writer & Associate Editor, frieze, Berlin) at Frieze London 2010 The relationship between photojournalism and ‘art photography' is often strained and ambiguous. Christy Lange of frieze asks three artists in the field of photography: How do contemporary artists accept or reject the strategies of reportage, and to what effect?

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    Adam Broomberg (artist, London); Oliver Chanarin (artist, London); Taryn Simon (artist, New York); Chaired by Christy Lange (writer & Associate Editor, frieze, Berlin) at Frieze London 2010 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_01_shooting_gallery.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_01_shooting_gallery.mp3 1:29:11 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, photography, photojournalism, ethics no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:27 -0400
    Stephen Shore in conversation with David Campany (Frieze Talks London 2013) Stephen Shore (photographer, New York) & David Campany (writer, curator and artist, London) in conversation at Frieze London 2013 After photographing in Andy Warhol's Factory, Stephen Shore travelled across the US, photographing using colour film at a time when it was considered unworthy of art photography. Shore surveys the evolution of his work over the past 40 years in a conversation with renowned writer and curator of photography, David Campany.

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    Stephen Shore (photographer, New York) & David Campany (writer, curator and artist, London) in conversation at Frieze London 2013 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_009_stephen_shore.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_009_stephen_shore.mp3 1:11:10 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, talk, frieze, Warhol, photography no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:27 -0400
    Energy as Clickbait: Douglas Coupland in conversation with Emily Segal (Frieze Talks London 2015) Concurrent with his exhibition ‘Bit Rot' at Witte de With, Rotterdam, Douglas Coupland, artist and author of works including the seminal Generation X, talks with Emily Segal of the trend-forecasting group K-HOLE. Concurrent with his exhibition ‘Bit Rot' at Witte de With, Rotterdam, Douglas Coupland, artist and author of works including the seminal Generation X, talks with Emily Segal of the trend-forecasting group K-HOLE.

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    Concurrent with his exhibition ‘Bit Rot' at Witte de With, Rotterdam, Douglas Coupland, artist and author of works including the seminal Generation X, talks with Emily Segal of the trend-forecasting group K-HOLE. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2015-11-09_01_douglas_coupland_emily_segal_1.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2015-11-09_01_douglas_coupland_emily_segal_1.mp3 52:29 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Douglas Coupland, Emily Segal no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:27 -0400
    'Is the Underground Over?' (Frieze Talks London 2008) Cosey Fanni Tutti (artist, Norfolk); Penny Martin (Rootstein Hopkins Chair of Fashion Imagery, London College of Fashion, London); Claire Titley (music promoter, London); Chaired by Simon Reynolds (music critic, London) at Frieze London 2008 A conversation chaired by music critic Simon Reynolds examines how the notion of subculture has become outmoded - through the overexposure afforded by the internet and the media’s rapid assimilation of the marginal.

    Surveying the past, present and future of unpopular culture, figures from the fields of art, music and performance explore the possibility of alternatives to ‘alternative’.

     

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    Cosey Fanni Tutti (artist, Norfolk); Penny Martin (Rootstein Hopkins Chair of Fashion Imagery, London College of Fashion, London); Claire Titley (music promoter, London); Chaired by Simon Reynolds (music critic, London) at Frieze London 2008 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_10_is_there_an_underground.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_10_is_there_an_underground.mp3 1:32:18 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, music, underground, subculture, avant-garde, throbbing gristle no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:26 -0400
    'Reference vs Reverence' (Frieze Talks London 2010) Paulina Olowska (artist, Rabka); Silke Otto-Knapp (artist, London); Mathias Poledna (artist, Los Angeles); Chaired by Jan Verwoert (art historian & critic, Berlin) at Frieze London 2010 Many of the late-born children of modernism are creating an art caught in a web of historic references.

    A panel chaired by frieze Contributing Editor Jan Verwoert asks whether reverence - summoning the ghosts and uncharted potentials of unavowed histories - might be a critical counter-model?

     

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    Paulina Olowska (artist, Rabka); Silke Otto-Knapp (artist, London); Mathias Poledna (artist, Los Angeles); Chaired by Jan Verwoert (art historian & critic, Berlin) at Frieze London 2010 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_reference_reverence.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_reference_reverence.mp3 1:21:47 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, modernism, history, ghosts, hauntology no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:26 -0400
    Agnès Varda (Frieze Talks London 2009) Agnès Varda (director, Paris) speaks at Frieze London 2009 In a career that has spanned over 50 years, Agnès Varda, one of the most original and renowned of the French ‘nouvelle vague' directors, has made over 40 innovative feature films and documentaries. The Beaches of Agnès, won both a 2009 César and a Critics' Union award for best film. In this lecture, she talks about her extraordinary life and work, from cinema to art.

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    Agnès Varda (director, Paris) speaks at Frieze London 2009 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_a_talk_agnes_varda.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_a_talk_agnes_varda.mp3 1:27:53 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, Varda, cinema, film, documentary no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:26 -0400
    'Nostalgia - What's the Role of the Past in Fashioning the Future?' (Frieze Talks London 2009) Matthew Brannon (artist, New York); Owen Hatherley (writer, architecture critic, London); Joanna Mytkowska (Director, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw); Chaired by Dan Fox (Senior Editor, frieze, London) at Frieze London in 2009 Cultural production today is dominated by images and sounds of the past. This panel, chaired by frieze's Dan Fox, asks: Is nostalgia always necessarily conservative and retrogressive, or can it be harnessed as a progressive force?

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    Matthew Brannon (artist, New York); Owen Hatherley (writer, architecture critic, London); Joanna Mytkowska (Director, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw); Chaired by Dan Fox (Senior Editor, frieze, London) at Frieze London in 2009 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_nostalgia.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_nostalgia.mp3 1:19:57 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, nostalgia, retromania no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:26 -0400
    John Bock in conversation with Franz Erhard Walther (Frieze Talks London 2011) John Bock (artist, Berlin) & Franz Erhard Walther (artist, Fulda) in conversation at Frieze London 2011 Since the early 1960s, Franz Erhard Walther has explored the possibilities of objects and images that prompt viewers to do something other than just look. An inspirational to John Bock as a student at Hamburg's Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Bock's work - in the spirit of Walther's - transforms action, speech and everyday materials into complex installations. The two artists discuss the potential of doing things with - and amongst - art.

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    John Bock (artist, Berlin) & Franz Erhard Walther (artist, Fulda) in conversation at Frieze London 2011 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_05_john_bock.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_05_john_bock.mp3 1:17:25 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, Bock, performance, installation no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:25 -0400
    Passages of Light - Yoko Ono (Frieze Talks London 2008) Yoko Ono (artist, New York) speaks at Frieze London in 2008 Veteran artist Yoko Ono presents a keynote lecture demonstrating the continued importance of the performative practices and engagement with audiences that she has pursued since the 1960s.

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    Yoko Ono (artist, New York) speaks at Frieze London in 2008 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_06_yoko_ono.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_06_yoko_ono.mp3 57:31 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, Ono, performance art, audiences no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:25 -0400
    'Migrating Modernisms' (Frieze Talks London 2013) Elvira Dyangani Ose (curator and art historian, London); Gerardo Mosquera (curator and art critic, Havana); Kirsten Scheid (anthropologist and art historian, Beirut); Chaired by Shanay Jhaveri (writer and curator, Bombay and London) at Frieze London 2013 How is modernism received outside of the West? Three leading global writers and curators explore how artists have employed and adapted modernism to reflect local and national particularities, in a panel chaired by frieze Contributing Editor Shanay Jhaveri.

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    Elvira Dyangani Ose (curator and art historian, London); Gerardo Mosquera (curator and art critic, Havana); Kirsten Scheid (anthropologist and art historian, Beirut); Chaired by Shanay Jhaveri (writer and curator, Bombay and London) at Frieze London 2013 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_012_migrating_modernisms.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_012_migrating_modernisms.mp3 1:03:23 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, frieze, talks, modernism, postcolonial no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:25 -0400
    'Theory & Practice | Art Education Today' (Frieze Talks London 2007) Saskia Bos (Dean, School of Art, The Cooper Union, New York); Tobias Rehberger (artist, Frankfurt) Anton Vidokle (artist, New York); Chaired by Ralph Rugoff (Director, Hayward Gallery, London) at Frieze London 2007 Chaired by Ralph Rugoff (Director, Hayward Gallery, London), the panel of academics and artists questions whether market forces have created an emphasis on product over process.  Does the current art school curriculum reflect our times, and should it?

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    Saskia Bos (Dean, School of Art, The Cooper Union, New York); Tobias Rehberger (artist, Frankfurt) Anton Vidokle (artist, New York); Chaired by Ralph Rugoff (Director, Hayward Gallery, London) at Frieze London 2007 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_art_education_today.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_art_education_today.mp3 1:18:50 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, frieze, talks, education, commerce, art schools no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:25 -0400
    'Heart of Darkness in the City of London' (Frieze Talks London 2015) Artist Fiona Banner discusses her most recent projects surrounding images of conflict, as well as the longstanding publishing activities of her Vanity Press imprint In conjunction with her exhibitions at IKON, Birmingham and Frith Street Gallery, London, artist Fiona Banner discusses her most recent projects surrounding images of conflict, as well as the longstanding publishing activities of her Vanity Press imprint, with design writer and curator Emily King.

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    Artist Fiona Banner discusses her most recent projects surrounding images of conflict, as well as the longstanding publishing activities of her Vanity Press imprint http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2015-11-09_07_emily_king_fiona_banner.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2015-11-09_07_emily_king_fiona_banner.mp3 52:53 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze fiona banner, vanity press, IKON, Emily King no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:25 -0400
    'Scenes from a Marriage - Have Art and Theory Drifted Apart?' (Frieze Talks London 2009) Barbara Bloom (artist, New York); Simon Critchley (Chair & Professor of Philosophy, The New School, New York); Robert Storr (Dean, Yale School of Art; Chaired by Jorg Heiser (Co-editor, frieze) at Frieze London 2009 Since the 1980s, when buzzwords like ‘semiotics' were prevalent in the art world, theory has played an important role in the interpretation, and making, of art. Yet, after all these years, has contemporary art really influenced the way philosophers think? This panel asks: is theory still relevant to today's artists?

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    Barbara Bloom (artist, New York); Simon Critchley (Chair & Professor of Philosophy, The New School, New York); Robert Storr (Dean, Yale School of Art; Chaired by Jorg Heiser (Co-editor, frieze) at Frieze London 2009 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_scenes_from_a_marriage_art_and_theory.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_scenes_from_a_marriage_art_and_theory.mp3 1:28:16 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Barbara Bloom, Simon Critchley, Robert Storr, Jorg Heiser, art, Frieze, talk, theory, philosophy, semiotics no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:24 -0400
    Hella Jongerius in conversation with Eugenia Bell (Frieze Talks London 2009) Hella Jongerius (designer, Utrecht) & Eugenia Bell (Design Editor, frieze, London) in conversation at Frieze London 2009 Working between craft, art and technology, esteemed designer Hella Jongerius speaks to Eugenia Bell about the evolution of her distinctive and innovative practice.

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    Hella Jongerius (designer, Utrecht) & Eugenia Bell (Design Editor, frieze, London) in conversation at Frieze London 2009 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_hella_jongerius.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_hella_jongerius.mp3 1:07:27 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, design, Jongerius, technology no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:24 -0400
    Meredith Monk (Frieze Talks London 2013) Meredith Monk (composer, singer & director/choreographer, New York) speaks at Frieze London 2013 Since the mid-1960s, Meredith Monk has been a pioneer of interdisciplinary performance and of what is now called ‘extended vocal technique'. Among her many accolades are a MacArthur ‘Genius' Award and a Grammy nomination for her 2008 album, impermanence. Beginning with a typically visionary exploration of the human voice, Monk explores her concurrent creation of multifaceted music-theater works, films and installations.

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    Meredith Monk (composer, singer & director/choreographer, New York) speaks at Frieze London 2013 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_003_meredith_monk.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_003_meredith_monk.mp3 1:15:38 nora.foster@frieze.com (Frieze Talks) Frieze Talks Meredith Monk, Frieze Music, extended vocal technique, music, frieze, art, talk no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:24 -0400
    'The Expanded Gallery - Mass Forms for Private Consumption' (Frieze Talks London 2007) Emily King (design historian, London); Marc Newson (designer, London); Peter Saville (designer and artist, Manchester); Francesco Vezzoli (artist, Milan); Chaired by Alice Rawsthorn (design critic, London) at Frieze London 2007 Bespoke forms of industrial design, graphics and film have recently moved into the traditional preserves of art. From different perspectives, the panel considers: What cultural value do these forms bring to the spaces of the gallery and the museum?

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    Emily King (design historian, London); Marc Newson (designer, London); Peter Saville (designer and artist, Manchester); Francesco Vezzoli (artist, Milan); Chaired by Alice Rawsthorn (design critic, London) at Frieze London 2007 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_mass_forms_for_private_consumption.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_mass_forms_for_private_consumption.mp3 1:05:32 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze, talk, art, design, graphic no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:24 -0400
    Something for Everyone - Fritz Haeg (Frieze Talks London 2008) Fritz Haeg (interdisciplinary artist & thinker, California) speaks at Frieze London 2008 Artist, writer, architect, educator, ecologist and radical gardener, Fritz Haeg draws together his diverse expertise in a lecture about the potential conflicting roles for today's artist in a fractured society: from populist projects, to insular bohemia, activist art, to passive entertainment, networked and broadcast communication to social strategies of isolation.

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    Fritz Haeg (interdisciplinary artist & thinker, California) speaks at Frieze London 2008 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_09_something_for_everyone.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_09_something_for_everyone.mp3 1:18:27 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk , ecology, gardening, bohemia, Haeg no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:24 -0400
    In Theory - Sylvère Lotringer (Frieze Talks London 2009) Sylvère Lotringer (General Editor, Semiotext(e) & Professor of French Literature and Philosophy, Columbia University, New York) speaks at Frieze London 2008 Since the 1970s, pioneering writer, editor and academic Sylvère Lotringer has been at the forefront of "French Theory" in the US. In this rare keynote lecutre, he reflects on the relationship between art and theory today.

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    Sylvère Lotringer (General Editor, Semiotext(e) & Professor of French Literature and Philosophy, Columbia University, New York) speaks at Frieze London 2008 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_in_theory_sylvere.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_in_theory_sylvere.mp3 1:34:33 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, theory, continental, semiotext(e), Lotringer no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:24 -0400
    'Platitudes about Contemporary Art - Popular and Provocative, but True' (Frieze Talks London 2009) Roger Hiorns (artist, London); Kathrin Rhomberg (curator, Berlin); Adrian Searle (curator, writer & Chief Art Critic at The Guardian, London); Chaired by Tom Morton (curator & writer, London) at Frieze London 2009 Is it really elitist, confusing and irrelevant?

    Is it really peddled by unskilled charlatans conning the general public?

     

    Will poor artists really be more inventive and radical because they are not corrupted by the market?

    Turner Prize-nominated Roger Hiorns, 2010 Berlin Biennal curator Kathrin Rhomberg and The Guardian's Adrian Searle consider three of the most common criticisms and truisms leveled at contemporary art, in a panel chaired by Tom Morton.

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    Roger Hiorns (artist, London); Kathrin Rhomberg (curator, Berlin); Adrian Searle (curator, writer & Chief Art Critic at The Guardian, London); Chaired by Tom Morton (curator & writer, London) at Frieze London 2009 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_platitudes_in_contemporary_art.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_platitudes_in_contemporary_art.mp3 1:10:08 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talks, elitism, platitudes no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:23 -0400
    'The New Museums: Coming Soon to a City Near You' (Frieze Talks London 2015) Adrian Searle of The Guardian asks a panel of directors and curators from four global institutions Adrian Searle of The Guardian asks a panel of directors and curators from four global institutions with ambitious new buildings about how museums can change the social and cultural landscapes around them.

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    • Maria Balshaw (Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester)
    • Anton Belov (Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow)
    • Tobias Berger (Central Police Station, Hong Kong)
    • Donna De Salvo (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York)
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    Adrian Searle of The Guardian asks a panel of directors and curators from four global institutions http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2015-11-09_03_the_new_museums_coming_soon_to_a_city_near_you_1.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2015-11-09_03_the_new_museums_coming_soon_to_a_city_near_you_1.mp3 1:02:28 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze adrian searle, art, museums, frieze talks, frieze london, curating no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:23 -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
    Vivienne Westwood (Frieze Talks London 2015) Fashion designer and activist Vivienne Westwood speaks about the changing relationship between art and her practice Fashion designer and activist Vivienne Westwood speaks about the changing relationship between art and her practice, from her early designs to the surprising influence of children’s art on her work, to her commitment to environmental and social activism.

    At Westwood’s request, her speaking fee is being donated to the charity Cool Earth.

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    Fashion designer and activist Vivienne Westwood speaks about the changing relationship between art and her practice http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2015-11-09_09_vivienne_westwood.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2015-11-09_09_vivienne_westwood.mp3 45:23 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze vivienne westwood, art, fashion, environment, activism, frieze talks, frieze london, cool earth no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:23 -0400
    CAC Vilnius presents - Memories, Monoliths, Monsters? (Frieze Talks London 2009) Edit András (art historian & critic, Budapest); Marko Luliç (artist, Vienna); Mark Godfrey (Curator, Tate Modern, London); Chaired by Simon Rees (Curator, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius) at Frieze London 2009 Exploring the legacies and potential of monuments and public sculptures, this panel, presented by the Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, addresses the types of histories and collective memory with which these objects interact.

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    Edit András (art historian & critic, Budapest); Marko Luliç (artist, Vienna); Mark Godfrey (Curator, Tate Modern, London); Chaired by Simon Rees (Curator, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius) at Frieze London 2009 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_cac_vilnius_monuments.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_cac_vilnius_monuments.mp3 1:20:27 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, monuments, sculptures, memory no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:22 -0400
    Adam Curtis (Frieze Talks London 2011) Adam Curtis (Documentarian and Writer, London) speaks at Frieze London in 2011. Adam Curtis is an award-winning journalist and documentary filmmaker who employs archival footage to explore ideas ranging from the interrelationship of science, politics and power, to the influence of psychology on public relations and advertising. His work includes The Power of Nightmares, The Century of the Self and The Mayfair Set. His most recent television series - All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace - examines, in his words, ‘how the way humans see the world has been colonised by machine ideas.'

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    Adam Curtis (Documentarian and Writer, London) speaks at Frieze London in 2011. http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_06_adam_curtis_-_not_for_podcast_without_his_permission_first.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_06_adam_curtis_-_not_for_podcast_without_his_permission_first.mp3 1:23:37 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Adam Curtis, Film, Art, Frieze, Talk, Frieze London no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:22 -0400
    'The Aesthetic Responsibility' (Frieze Talks London 2008) Boris Groys (writer, curator and philosopher, New York) speaks at Frieze London 2008 Writer, curator and philosopher Boris Groys delivers a stimulating lecture on the enshrined place of design in culture today.

    Focussing on its role as a leading medium of self-revelation and self-positioning in public space, Groys argues design a new ethical dimension, contending that where there was once religion, there is now design.

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    Boris Groys (writer, curator and philosopher, New York) speaks at Frieze London 2008 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_03_the_aesthetic_responsibility_boris_groys.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_03_the_aesthetic_responsibility_boris_groys.mp3 1:07:59 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, frieze, talks, Groys, design, religion, aesthetics, responsibility no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:22 -0400
    'The Luxury of Incommensurability' (Frieze Talks London 2011) Katy Siegel (Editor in Chief, Art Journal, Contributing Editor, Artforum & Professor of Art History, Hunter College, New York) speaks at Frieze London 2011 Unlike politics and writing, art can hold in suspension different, even conflicting ideas, feelings and histories, without forcing us to choose between them. This capacity for incommensurability allows for experiences not socially recognised - as yet not named.

    Writer, editor and academic Katy Siegel argues for painting as the most exciting form of this incommensurability - where abstraction and representation intersect and interfere with each other.  What is this secret history of modern painting, and why has rigid art criticism so long obscured it?

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    Katy Siegel (Editor in Chief, Art Journal, Contributing Editor, Artforum & Professor of Art History, Hunter College, New York) speaks at Frieze London 2011 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_02_katy_seigal.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2014-07-10_02_katy_seigal.mp3 1:05:43 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze art, Frieze, talk, painting, criticism, incommensuribility no Thu, 19 May 2016 07:04:22 -0400
    Metahaven in conversation The studio is at the forefront of thinking on transparency and surveillance In discussion with Justin McGuirk of London’s Design Museum, co-founders Vinca Kruk and Daniel van der Velden preview exclusive material from their newest project, The Sprawl.

    Participants:Metahaven (studio for design & research)Justin McGuirk (Design Museum, London)

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    The studio is at the forefront of thinking on transparency and surveillance http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fl2015-9.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fl2015-9.mp3 57:46 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sat, 10 Oct 2015 11:39:00 -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
    ‘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
    Feeling Used A panel addressing the slew of recent shows that draw upon queer and alternative sexualities In the wake of a slew of recent exhibitions and projects that draw upon queer and alternative sexualities, this panel asks: Who has access, or the right to access, imagery that draws upon queer and alternative sexualities?

    Participants:Jennifer Doyle (writer and academic, Los Angeles)Simon Fujiwara (artist, Berlin)Linder (artist and musician, Heysham)Paul Clinton (writer, curator and editorial assistant, frieze, London)

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    A panel addressing the slew of recent shows that draw upon queer and alternative sexualities http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fl2014-1.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fl2014-1.mp3 1:12:47 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Wed, 01 Oct 2014 11:27:00 -0400
    AA Bronson The Berlin and Toronto-based artist talks with Helen Molesworth about queer spirits and other invocations Artist AA Bronson sits in conversation with Helen Molesworth, who was recently appointed Chief Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, about queer spirits and other invocations

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    The Berlin and Toronto-based artist talks with Helen Molesworth about queer spirits and other invocations http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fl2014-2.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fl2014-2.mp3 56:08 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Wed, 01 Oct 2014 11:20:00 -0400
    Bruce McLean The pioneering British artist interviews...himself The pioneering British artist interviews...himself 

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    The pioneering British artist interviews...himself http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fl2014-3.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fl2014-3.mp3 34:56 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Wed, 01 Oct 2014 11:13:00 -0400
    The Anthropological Turn What happens when contemporary artists take over the tools and methods of the social sciences? What happens when contemporary artists take over the tools and methods of the social sciences and then venture into unknown territory to make new work? Are artists turning to ethnography, archeology, and museology to question the politics and history of our time, or to restore the magic and wonder of their process? 

    Participants:Iman Issa (artist, Cairo & New York)Naeem Mohaiemen (artist and writer, Dhaka & New York)Dieter Roelstraete (Senior Curator, MCA, Chicago)Kaelen Wilson-Goldie (writer, Beirut)

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    What happens when contemporary artists take over the tools and methods of the social sciences? http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fl2014-4.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fl2014-4.mp3 1:15:49 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Wed, 01 Oct 2014 11:09:00 -0400
    Charles Atlas and Wu Tsang A discussion chaired by Stuart Comer, Chief Curator of Media and Performance Art at MoMA Artist Wu Tsang in conversation with Charles Atlas, whose use of film as a platform for producing dance and documenting the underground has been one of Tsang’s formative influences. Chaired by Stuart Comer (Museum of Modern Art, New York).

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    A discussion chaired by Stuart Comer, Chief Curator of Media and Performance Art at MoMA http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fl2014-5.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-01_fl2014-5.mp3 1:03:04 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Wed, 01 Oct 2014 11:04:00 -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.

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    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
    'Being Difficult' How does refusal come to define responsibility and vice versa? A panel on refusal and responsibility - Where there is no consensus among artists, critics and curators on professional standards or ethical principles, how does refusal come to define responsibility and vice versa? When does refusal protect the work that artists do, and when does it become an excuse masking other motives, particularly in the Middle East?

    Participants:Hassan Khan (Artist, Cairo)Akram Zaatari (Artist, Beirut)Vasif Kortun (Director of Research and Programs, SALT, Istanbul)Chair: Kaelen Wilson-Goldie (Writer, Beirut)

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    How does refusal come to define responsibility and vice versa? http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2012-5.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2012-5.mp3 1:25:10 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Tue, 02 Oct 2012 07:21:00 -0400
    'Attention! Criticism and its Distractions' On concentration and distraction in art criticism Writing about art is a way of paying attention to the world, but also a distraction from it. At a time when we are frequently told that traditional modes and spans of attention are in decline, the panel asks what kinds of concentration and what sorts of distraction are at work in art criticism today.

    Participants:Orit Gat (Writer, Editor and Translator, Brooklyn)Joshua Cohen (Novelist and Critic, New York and Berlin)Marina Warner (Writer, Novelist and Critic, London)Chair: Brian Dillon (Writer and UK Editor, Cabinet, London)

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    On concentration and distraction in art criticism http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2012-7.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2012-7.mp3 1:23:05 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Tue, 02 Oct 2012 06:50:00 -0400
    Lynne Tillman On the relationship between imagination and criticism Lynne Tillman is a fiction writer and cultural critic based in New York. Her novels include American Genius, A Comedy (2006), No Lease on Life (1998), Cast in Doubt (1992), Motion Sickness (1991) and Haunted Houses (1987). She has published three volumes of short stories, the latest of which, Someday This Will Be Funny (2011), was made into an artist’s edition by Jim Hodges. As a critic she has written extensively on art and is a regular columnist for frieze magazine. 

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    On the relationship between imagination and criticism http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2012-4.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2012-4.mp3 1:05:29 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Tue, 02 Oct 2012 06:38:00 -0400
    'Deeply Superficial' A panel discussion on the aesthetic and economic phenomenon of the stock image The panel focuses on the aesthetic and economic phenomenon of the stock image, increasingly adopted as source material for art. With particular focus on its use in sculpture and installation, the panel asks what meaning this kind of recuperation may have and how it might lead to new ways of understanding the rhetorical, digitally modified image.

    Participants:Lauren Cornell (Writer and Curator, New York)Oliver Laric (Artist, Berlin)Martin Westwood (Artist, London)Chair: Isobel Harbison (Curator and Writer, London)

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    A panel discussion on the aesthetic and economic phenomenon of the stock image http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2012-3.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2012-3.mp3 1:16:31 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Tue, 02 Oct 2012 06:33:00 -0400
    Brian O'Doherty Influential artist, writer and critic Brian O’Doherty discusses the role creativity and research in his work Based between New York and Todi, Italy, Brian O’Doherty is an influential artist, critic, editor and Booker-shortlisted novelist whose career has spanned over five decades. 

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    Influential artist, writer and critic Brian O’Doherty discusses the role creativity and research in his work http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2012-2.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2012-2.mp3 1:17:47 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Tue, 02 Oct 2012 06:29:00 -0400
    Kasper König and Jochen Volz The legendary curator the new Head of Programmes at London’s Serpentine Gallery in conversation As a co-founder of Skulptur Projekte Münster and Director of Cologne’s Museum Ludwig, Kasper König has been a central figure in art since the 1960s. Jochen Volz is the new Head of Programmes at London’s Serpentine Gallery after eight years at Instituto Inhotim, Brazil. Here they discuss five decades of curating and how art has been transformed from a small world into a big industry.

    Participants:Kasper König (Director, Museum Ludwig, Cologne)Jochen Volz (Head of Programmes, Serpentine Gallery and Contributing Editor, frieze, London)

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    The legendary curator the new Head of Programmes at London’s Serpentine Gallery in conversation http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2012-1.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2012-1.mp3 1:24:28 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Tue, 02 Oct 2012 06:26:00 -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
    Liam Gillick: Taste, Factories in the Snow A keynote lecture on the commercialization of culture Issues raised related to constructions of taste, the leisure industry and the hegemony of hyper-capitalist service industries.

    Participants:Liam Gillick (Artist)

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    A keynote lecture on the commercialization of culture http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2006-9.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2006-9.mp3 1:19:46 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 10:57:00 -0500
    Art, Writing, Performativity A conversation between Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick and Gavin Butt A conversation between Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, distinguished Professor of English, City University of New York Graduate Center and Gavin Butt, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths College, University of London.

    Participants:Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick (Professor of English, City University of New York Graduate Center)Gavin Butt (Senior Lecturer in the Department of Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, London)

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    A conversation between Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick and Gavin Butt http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2006-7.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2006-7.mp3 1:17:38 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 10:51:00 -0500
    New Performativity Arists and curators including Francesco Bonami and Surasi Kusolwong discuss new trends in performance-based art The last decade has been marked by a new type of performance-based art that takes its meaning from both the context and the performers. What factors have determined the emergence of this trend, and what are the key changes?

    Participants:Francesco Bonami (Manilow Senior Curator at Large, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago)Eda Cufer (Dramaturg, Writer and Curator)Elmgreen & Dragset (Artists)Surasi Kusolwong (Artist)Chair: Claire Bishop (Art Historian and Critic)

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    Arists and curators including Francesco Bonami and Surasi Kusolwong discuss new trends in performance-based art http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2006-6.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2006-6.mp3 48:42 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 10:49:00 -0500
    Conceptual Painting A conversation between Wade Guyton, Charline von Heyl and Jan Verwoert, among others A discussion exploring the relationship between the legacies of conceptualism and contemporary painting. How can we establish criteria for discussing the relationship between conceptual practice and painting today?

    Participants:Wade Guyton (Artist)Charline von Heyl (Artist)Julius Koller (Artist)Lucy Soutter (Artist, Critic and Art Historian, London College of Communication)Frances Stark (Artist)Chair: Jan Verwoert (Art Historian and Critic)

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    A conversation between Wade Guyton, Charline von Heyl and Jan Verwoert, among others http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2006-5.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2006-5.mp3 1:17:03 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 10:47:00 -0500
    Adrian Piper: Criticizing the Critics A keynote lecture dissecting the activity of criticism and considering several different models Artist Adrian Piper delivers a keynote lecture dissecting the activity of criticism and considering several different models according to which this activity might be understood — and misunderstood — by proponents of different models, according to their interests and roles in the art world. The lecture was followed by a Q&A with Jörg Heiser, co-editor of frieze magazine.

    Participants:Adrian Piper (Artist)Jörg Heiser (Co-editor of frieze magazine)

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    A keynote lecture dissecting the activity of criticism and considering several different models http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2006-4.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2006-4.mp3 1:31:41 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 10:45:00 -0500
    Ruins of the Twentieth Century Exploring the cultural remains of the recent past, and imagine what it means to inhabit the ruins of the future The traditional ruin is an aesthetic compromise between nature and artifice — it embodies the moment when nature begins to reclaim what man has made. This discussion explores the artistic, architectural and cultural remains of the recent past, and imagine what it means to inhabit the ruins of the future.

    Participants:Svetlana Boym (Artist and Professor of Comparative Literature, Harvard University)Steven Connor (Writer and Cultural Critic)Susan Hiller (Artist)Jeremy Millar (Artist and Curator)Chair: Brian Dillon (Writer and Critic)

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    Exploring the cultural remains of the recent past, and imagine what it means to inhabit the ruins of the future http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2006-3.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2006-3.mp3 1:11:47 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 10:43:00 -0500
    What Are We Building Now? The Architectonics of Power: Space and the City in Global Realities A discussion exploring architecture, urban planning and cultural imagination What are the new visions and sensations of space and its limits?

    Participants:Lu Jie (Founder and Chief Curator, Long March Project)Achille Mbembe (Research Professor in History and Politics, Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research, South Africa)Marjetica Potrc (Artist and Architect)Saskia Sassen (Professor of Sociology at the University of Chicago)Chair: Roland Kapferer (Anthropologist)

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    A discussion exploring architecture, urban planning and cultural imagination http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2006-2.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2006-2.mp3 1:12:08 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 10:41:00 -0500
    Organized Violence and Informal Cities Eyal Weizman delivers a keynote lecture on military action and the imagination of urban areas Eyal Weizman, Architect, Writer and Director of Goldsmiths College’s Centre of Research Architecture delivered a keynote lecture critiquing military action and the imagination of urban areas.

    Participants:Eyal Weizman (Architect, Writer and Director of Goldsmiths College's Centre of Research Architecture)

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    Eyal Weizman delivers a keynote lecture on military action and the imagination of urban areas http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2006-1.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2006-1.mp3 1:26:25 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 10:34:00 -0500
    Boris Groys Is design the new religion? Participants:

    Boris Groys (writer, curator and philosopher)

    Boris Groys' keynote lecture argues that design today functions as a leading medium of self-revelation and self-positioning in public space. With this acquired ethical dimension, Groys contends, where once there was religion there is now design.

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    Is design the new religion? http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2008-3.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-02_fl2008-3.mp3 1:07:59 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 10:29:00 -0500
    Contemporary Collecting What are the unique responsibilities of those who collect contemporary art and what are their guiding passions? Leading international collectors discuss their collections, followed by questions from the Chair.

    Participants:Kenneth L. Freed (USA, Collector)Ingvild Goetz (D, Collector)Andrew Hale (UK, Collector)Chair: Katerina Gregos (GR, Independent Curator and Art Critic)

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    What are the unique responsibilities of those who collect contemporary art and what are their guiding passions? http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2003-5.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2003-5.mp3 1:13:42 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 07:08:00 -0500
    The Museum as Sculpture Do spectacular new museum buildings overshadow the art? Or do they determine the shape of art to come? Leading professionals discuss the interrelationship of art and architecture.

    Participants:David Adjaye (UK, Architect and Principal of Adjaye/Associates)Wilfried Kuehn (DE, Architect and Partner in Kuehn Malvezzi Projects)Chair: Deyan Sudjic (UK, Architecture Critic and Editor of Domus)

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    Do spectacular new museum buildings overshadow the art? http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2003-4.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2003-4.mp3 59:22 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 07:05:00 -0500
    The International Curator The curator's role within the production and dissemination of contemporary art Aesthetic managers? Creative ambassadors? Cultural entrepreneurs? Leading international curators discuss.

    Participants:Massimiliano Gioni (Artistic Director of the Nicola Trussadi Foundation)Laura Hoptman (USA, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Carnegie Museum of Art)Ralph Rugoff (USA, Director of CCA Wattis Institute for Contmeporary Arts)Chair: Daniel Birnbaum (S, Director of Portikus)

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    The curator's role within the production and dissemination of contemporary art http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2003-3.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2003-3.mp3 1:15:13 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 07:04:00 -0500
    Empathy and Criticality How should one respond to being affected by art? What is at stake for the critic? Leading critics discuss writing with the emotional engagement of the enthusiastic fan or with the rational distance of the dispassionate observer.

    Participants:Adrian Searle (UK, Chief Art Critic at the Guardian)Katy Siegel (USA, Art Critic and a Contributing Editor at Artforum)Roberta Smith (USA, Art Critic at the New York Times)Chair: Jörg Heiser (DE, Art Critic and Associate Editor of frieze)

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    How should one respond to being affected by art? http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2003-2.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2003-2.mp3 1:10:06 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 07:02:00 -0500
    Radical Chic The culture of marketing and the marketing of culture If convergence culture now dominates and everyone is a ‘Creative’, how do artists position themselves? Leading art and media professionals discuss.

    Participants:Kim Gehrig (UK, Art Director at Mother)Lucy McKenzie (UK, Artist)Jan Verwoert (D, Art Critic)Peter York (UK, Writer, Author, Broadcaster and Management Consultant)Chair: Michael Bracewell (UK, Writer, Author, Broadcaster and Management Consultant)

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    The culture of marketing and the marketing of culture http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2003-1.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2003-1.mp3 1:18:37 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 07:00:00 -0500
    The Future Museum Richard Flood and international curators discuss the responsibilities, programming and building of museums How does the construction of the buildings that house art effect the way museums function? What is the role of the museum within local and international fields? Can museum programming embrace both experimentation and conservation? What is the vision for the museum of the future?

    Participants:Charles Esche (Director, Van Abbemuseum and Co-editor of Afterall)Yuko Hasegawa (Chief Curator, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art)Beatrix Ruf (Director/Curator, Kunsthalle Zürich)Igor Zabel (Curator, Moderna Galerija Ljubljana)Chair: Richard Flood (Deputy Director and Chief Curator, Walker Art Center)

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    Richard Flood and international curators discuss the responsibilities, programming and building of museums http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2004-5.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2004-5.mp3 1:34:50 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 06:55:00 -0500
    New Internationalism Is globalisation creating cultural orthodoxy or diversity? Alex Farquharson and leading art professionals discuss Does the rapid development of new art centres encourage greater cultural diversity, or has it resulted in a new international orthodoxy? How can discourse keep up with information? Leading art professionals discuss.

    Participants:Vasif Kortun (Director, Platform Garanti Contemporary Art Center, and Co-curator 9th International Istanbul Biennial, 2005)Chus Martinez (Art Critic and Curator, sala rekalde)Neil Mulholland (Lecturer in Contemporary Art and Theory, Centre for Visual & Cultural Studies, Edinburgh College of Art)Adam Szymczyk (Director, Kunsthalle Basel)Chair: Alex Farquharson (Art Critic and Co-curator, British Art Show 6)

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    Is globalisation creating cultural orthodoxy or diversity? Alex Farquharson and leading art professionals discuss http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2004-4.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2004-4.mp3 1:26:04 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 06:52:00 -0500
    Art In Public The commissioning of large-scale public art projects, chaired by Claire Bishop and featuring Jeremy Deller and James Lingwood Participants:

    Jeremy Deller (Artist)Yvonne Force Villareal (Art Producer and Co-founder, Art Production Fund)James Lingwood (Co-Director, Artangel and Independent Curator)Per Gunnar Tverbakk (Co-curator, Nordic Biennale Momentum 04 and Project Leader, Artistic Interruptions, Nordland)Chair: Claire Bishop (Art Critic and Historian)

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    The commissioning of large-scale public art projects, chaired by Claire Bishop and featuring Jeremy Deller and James Lingwood http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2004-3.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2004-3.mp3 1:24:52 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 06:49:00 -0500
    The Psychology of Collecting Hilary Rubenstein and others discuss the psychology of collecting and the politics of taste Is collecting an irrational act guided by compulsion and desire? What are the use of objects? What are the motivations behind making, collecting, curating and criticizing art?

    Participants:Hilary Rubenstein (Psychologist)Eric Troncy (Art Critic and Director, Le Consortium, Dijon)Haim Steinbach (Artist)Chair: Alice Rawsthorn (Director, Design Museum)

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    Hilary Rubenstein and others discuss the psychology of collecting and the politics of taste http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2004-2.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2004-2.mp3 1:13:23 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 06:17:00 -0500
    Where is Adventure? What is Culture? Christian Jankowski, Nancy Spector and others discuss the relationship between art and entertainment The relationship between art and entertainment, touching on the comedic, being popular and failing miserably

    Participants:Trisha Donnelly (Artist)Christian Jankowski (Artist)David Robbins (Writer & Artist)Nancy Spector (Curator of Contemporary Art, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum)Chair: Matthew Higgs (Curator, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts)

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    Christian Jankowski, Nancy Spector and others discuss the relationship between art and entertainment http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2004-1.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2004-1.mp3 1:11:15 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 06:13:00 -0500
    The Dilemma of Collecting On the search for meaning in a time of consensus and high profit A frank conversation between three curators about the challenges facing private and public contemporary art collections.

    Participants:Alison M. Gingeras (Adjunct Curator, Guggenheim Museum)Richard Flood (Chief Curator, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York)Chair: Allan Schwartzman (Independent Curator)

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    On the search for meaning in a time of consensus and high profit http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2005-7.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2005-7.mp3 39:21 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 05:58:00 -0500
    Architecture and the Museum Zaha Hadid, one of the world’s leading architects in conversation with Alice Rawsthorn Recipient of the Pritzker prize, Hadid recently designed the Rosenthal Centre for Contemporary Art, Cincinatti and is renowned for her commitment to revolutionary forms and ideas. Here she talks to Alice Rawsthorn, about her practice and her particular involvement with key cultural projects.

    Participants:Zaha Hadid (Architect)Alice Rawsthorn (Director, Design Museum, London)

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    Zaha Hadid, one of the world’s leading architects in conversation with Alice Rawsthorn http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2005-6.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2005-6.mp3 59:37 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 05:55:00 -0500
    How has Art Changed? Addressing art education, artistic, feminist and curatorial practice Art and the structures surrounding it have changed significantly over the past 40 years. The panel addressed major shifts in art education, artistic, feminist and curatorial practice, and the expanded geography of the art world.

    Participants: Lynne Cooke (Curator, DIA Art Foundation)Michael Craig-Martin (Artist)Linda Nochlin (Art Historian, Lila Acheson Wallace Professor of Modern Art, NYU Institute of Fine Arts)Walid Raad (Artist and co-Founder of The Atlas Group)Chair: Mark Godfrey (Art Historian and Critic)

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    Addressing art education, artistic, feminist and curatorial practice http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2005-5.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2005-5.mp3 1:07:51 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 05:50:00 -0500
    The Future of the Exhibition What are the tensions between curator and artist? Roger M. Buergel, Exhibition Organiser and Author, Lecturer in Visual Art Theory at Lüneburg University, Germany and Artistic Director, ‘documenta XII’ (2007), discussed curatorial methods and aesthetic experience with Jörg Heiser, co-Editor of frieze. What are the tensions between curator and artist, aesthetics and politics and between thematic display and the single work? Can the renegotiation of these relationships really be made productive? 

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    What are the tensions between curator and artist? http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2005-4.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2005-4.mp3 56:25 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 05:45:00 -0500
    Picturing the Future What is the relationship between contemporary culture and our imagining of the future? Combining cultural history and discussions of artistic practice, the panel examined the relationship between contemporary culture and our imagining of the future.

    Participants:Kodwo Eshun (Journalist and Academic)Jennifer Higgie (co-Editor of frieze)George Pendle (Author and Journalist)Chair: Michael Bracewell (Writer)

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    What is the relationship between contemporary culture and our imagining of the future? http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2005-2.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2005-2.mp3 1:16:38 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 05:36:00 -0500
    Art, Politics and Popularity If art is political, what is its constituency? Philosopher Jacques Rancière and critic Brian Dillon discuss Jacques Rancière, renowned philosopher, and Emeritus Professor, University of Paris VIII, whose most recent publication, The Politics of Aesthetics, has won critical acclaim, discussed aesthetics and politics with Brian Dillon, writer, art critic and frieze columnist. If art is political, what is its constituency? How have modern and contemporary art addressed the idea of a people? How has the relationship between aesthetics and democracy been reconfigured?

    Participants:Jacques Rancière (Philosopher and Emeritus Professor, University of Paris VIII)Brian Dillon (Writer, Art Critic and frieze Columnist)

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    If art is political, what is its constituency? Philosopher Jacques Rancière and critic Brian Dillon discuss http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2005-1.mp3 http://podcasts.frieze.com/?name=2017-02-06_fl2005-1.mp3 1:05:45 talks@frieze.com (Frieze) Frieze Frieze London, Frieze Talks no Sun, 01 Jan 2012 05:32:00 -0500