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The sky is an expansive and wondrous thing. Humans have gazed upwards for centuries, trying to chart, index, record, and understand its vastness and what lies beyond. It can represent hope, knowledge, and the heavens, as well as loss and sadness. Discover… Read more
Join Gary Carrion-Murayari, Curator, for a visit to the studio of artist Sean Landers, best known for his use of personal experience as public subject matter and for utilizing diverse styles and media in a performative manner. Landers’s work is featured… Read more
In Part One of “Stand Up,” acclaimed poet Cathy Park Hong will consider how humor can be an energetic mode of critique in relation to race and sexuality. Led by a series of questions—How can laughter be both a form of subversion and of mourning?… Read more
A conversation between Hans Haacke and Irving Sandler on Haacke’s practice, including his contribution to the German Pavilion at the 1993 Venice Biennale. Organized in collaboration with ICI as part of a series of conversations on landmark exhibitions… Read more
“Have you no sense of HISTORY, Davenport? Do you realize what this MEANS?! For the daughter of the President of the United States to arrive at an Opening Night War Party with two homosexuals?! Don’t you comprehend the ramifications of this invitation?!… Read more
Join Massimiliano Gioni, Associate Director and Director of Exhibitions, in the Sky Room of the New Museum for a discussion on the history of the Venice Biennale and his own preparations as Artistic Director of the upcoming fifty-fifth Biennale. RSVP… Read more
Chimurenga is a cultural platform for writing, art, and politics founded by Ntone Edjabe in 2002. From its Cape Town offices, Chimurenga pursues a pan-African perspective through a range of endeavors, including: the African Cities Reader, a biannual publication… Read more