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ART² Schedule Is Packed for Month-long Festival

USA- New York, NY | Feb 5 2014 | (22:51:15 - EDT)

The Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States are pleased to announce ART², a month-long visual arts festival exploring ideas and themes paramount to the international art world, which will be presented with 38 partner museums, galleries, universities, and non-profit spaces in New York during April 2014.

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The culmination of 18 months of cross-cultural research, ART² will consider six main issues prevalent in today’s patently global art world through exhibitions, public lectures, workshops and conferences by French and American art experts, with the goal of encouraging intellectual discourse between institutions, artists, scholars, students and the public. The conversations and workshops aim to generate constructive debate and explore the differences among French and American culture. More than an event-driven project, ART² was conceived as a platform for generating “intellectual friction” between artists, arts professionals and those interested in contemporary art.

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ART² is presented in collaboration with the Institut français, the French Ministry of Culture and Communication and FACE (French American Cultural Exchange).

ART² Calendar

This program is subject to change. Please find the most up-dated program on frenchculture.org/Art2

1-THE EXHIBITION MACHINE
(History of exhibitions by artists)
Curated by Florence Ostende
April 1 - May 11
EXHIBITION: Pierre Huyghe (Episode 2)
Curators: Jenny Jaskey, Florence Ostende
Venue: The Artist’s Institute at Hunter College - 163 Eldridge St, New York, NY 10002
Opening: April 1st
Events: (TBC) April 1st, April 9, May 1 and May 5
Free entrance

April 3 - June 7
EXHIBITION: A Story of Two Museums: An ethnographic exhibition
With The Museum of Jurassic Technology, Los Angeles and The Museum of American Art, Berlin
Curators: Walter Benjamin, Katherine Carl and Florence Ostende
Venue: The Graduate Center, CUNY - James Gallery - 365 5th Ave, New York, NY 10016
Opening: April 4, at 6 pm
Free entrance

April 4, all day
SYMPOSIUM: Setting as Spatial Strategy
Organized by: Katherine Carl and Florence Ostende
Venue: CUNY Graduate Center–Center for Humanities - 365 5th Ave, New York, NY 10016
Free entrance. RSVP needed

April 18, 7 pm
TALK: Franz Erhard Walther: Plan Drawings
Venue: The Drawing Center - 35 Wooster St, New York, NY 10013
Free entrance. RSVP needed

April 19, 1 pm-7 pm
SYMPOSIUM: Exhibition as Object
Organized by: Johanna Burton, Florence Ostende and Alicia Ritson
Venue: New Museum - 235 Bowery, New York, NY 10002
Free entrance. RSVP needed

2 - COMPOSING DIFFERENCES
Curated by Virginie Bobin
April 21-26
WORKSHOPS/EVENTS: Glass Bead, PAF, The Council and Open School East
Venue: MoMA PS1 - 22-25 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101

April 24, 25, 26
READINGS: PAF, On Form and Object (A Treatise of Things) by Tristan Garcia
Venue: MoMA PS1 - 22-25 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101
RSVP

April 26 - 27
TALK/PERFORMANCES: Composing Differences
With Glass Bead, PAF, The Council and Open School East, Esther Salmona, Guillaume Fayard, Noé Soulier and Jeffrey Mansfield
Venue: MoMA PS1 - 22-25 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101
Free entrance. RSVP needed

3 - MUSEUMS TODAY
April 23, 12 pm
TALK: Art & Ideology
With DIA Foundation and Martin Bethenod (Punta della Dogana–Palazzo Grassi–Fondation Pinault).
Venue: Judd foundation - 101 Spring St, New York, NY 10012
Free entrance. RSVP needed

April 23, 5.30 pm
TALK: The Encyclopedic Museum of the 21st Century
With Tom Campbell (Metropolitan Museum of Art), Jean-Luc Martinez (Le Louvre) and Michael Govan (LACMA). Moderated by András Szántó
Venue: French Embassy – 972 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10075
Free entrance. RSVP

April 24, 1 pm
TALK: Twin-Museums
With Richard Armstrong (Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum), Jean-Luc Martinez (Le Louvre) and Alain Seban (Centre Pompidou).
Venue: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum - 1071 5th Ave, New York, NY 10128
Free entrance. RSVP needed

April 24, 6 pm
TALK: Collecting and Displaying Modern Art in the 21st Century
With Glenn Lowry (MoMA) and Alain Seban (Centre Pompidou). Moderated by Peter Reed
Venue: MoMA - 11 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019
Free entrance. RSVP needed

4 - THE NEW EXISTENTIALISM
Curated by Tim Griffin
April 26
SYMPOSIUM: The New Existentialism
With (TBC) Patricia Falguières, Patrice Maniglier, John Kelsey, Tim Griffin
Venue: The Kitchen - 512 W 19th St, New York, NY 10011
Free entrance. RSVP needed

5 - ART & SOCIETY
“Protocol of Participation” curated by Alexander Nagel
“Civic Society and New Patronage” curated by Tom Eccles & Fionn Meade
April 23 or 24 or 30, 5.30 pm
TALK: Protocol of Participation: Recent Models of Socially Engaged Art in the United-States
With Creative Time and Nouveaux Commanditaires (Xavier Douroux, Thérèse Legierse)
Venue: Institute of Fine Arts, NYU - 1 E 78 St, New York, NY 10075

April 28, 11am to 3 pm
WORKSHOP: Civic Society and New Patronage
With Nouveaux Commanditaires (Xavier Douroux, Thérèse Legierse and Jérôme Poggi) and artists Sven Augustijnen and Camille Henrot
Venue: CCS Bard - 33 Garden Rd, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504
Workshop open to CCS Bard faculty and students, as well as the larger Bard College community and public.

6 – ART & VALUE
Curated by Fionn Meade
April 2-24
EXHIBITION: Janette Laverrière (1909-2011)
Venue: TWAAS - 114 Greene St, New York, NY 10012
Opening: April 2
Free entrance

April 4-27
EXHIBITION: The Skin of the Bear
Venue: Artists Space Books and Talks - 55 Walker Street, New York, NY 10013
Opening: April 4
Free entrance

April 5
TALK: Fionn Meade, curator’s talk
Venue: Artists Space Books and Talks - 55 Walker Street, New York, NY 10013
Free entrance. RSVP needed

April 9 and April 15
READING: readings from the library of Janette Laverrière
Venue: TWAAS - 114 Greene St, New York, NY 10012

April 10
TALK: Panel on Janette Laverrière
Venue: Columbia University School of the Art / Columbia Maison Française - 515 West 116th Street, New York, NY 10027
Free entrance. RSVP needed

April 14-21
Castillo/Corrales series of programs and events
Venue: Artists Space Books & Talks - 55 Walker Street, New York, NY 10013

April 22
PERFORMANCES: Evening of new performance
Venue: Danspace Project St. Marks Theater - 131 E 10th St, New York, NY 10003

LA DISPUTE IN NEW YORK/FRANCE CULTURE

La Dispute airs on the French national radio France Culture, Monday through Friday. It is a critique of current culture devoted to performing arts, cinema, fine arts, music and literature. Every night, La Dispute features a critical debate between two sharp culture observers on a cultural event. For Art2, France Culture will be hosted at the French Embassy and will present a week of special shows dedicated to New York’s current cultural events. This close-up will allow the French audience to explore how cultural events are debated in America, and ultimately, it will reveal the differences between French and American cultural critique itself. The last show will feature a comparison between art criticism on the radio in France and the United States.

April 21-25
With Arnaud Laporte and guests
Venue: French Embassy – 972 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10075
Free entrance. RSVP needed

SATELLITE EVENTS

April 5-May 10
EXHIBITION: Marc-Camille Chaimowicz
Venue: Andrew Kreps Gallery - 537 W 22nd St #1, New York, NY 10011
Opening: April 6

April 5 -May 30
EXHIBITION: Mark Geffriaud
Venue: Forever & Today, Inc - 141 Division Street, Ground Floor, New York, NY 10002

April 17-May 31
EXHIBITION: Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster
Venue: 303 Gallery - 507 W 24th St, New York, NY 10011
Opening: April 17

April 17-May 31
EXHIBITION: François Morellet
Venue: Josée Bienvenu Gallery with Hervé Bize Gallery - 529 W 20th St # 2E, New York, NY 10011
Opening: April 17

April 25-June 27
EXHIBITION: Pierre Soulages
Venue: Dominique Levy and Emmanuel Perrotin Gallery – 909 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10021
Opening: April 24

PUBLICATIONS

Les presses du réel—New York Series
(Fall 2014)

The Exhibition Machine

Composing Differences

The New Existentialism

Art & Value

Source: The French Embassy

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