“2021 Triennial: Soft Water Hard Stone,” 2021. Exhibition view: New Museum, New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni
This free, interactive program will be presented on Zoom.
Join us for a live, forty-five-minute virtual tour that brings people together for close looking and conversations focused on the 2021 Triennial, “Soft Water Hard Stone.” New Museum Teaching Fellow Sumeja Tulic will share exclusive digital content that introduces themes and artworks, behind-the-scenes insights, and questions for consideration related to the exhibition.
Virtual tours are offered once a month during the exhibition. Upcoming dates and times are listed on our events calendar.
New Museum Teaching Fellow (2021–2022) Sumeja Tulic (b. 1985, Tripoli, Libya) is a writer and photographer living and working in New York City. She grew up in Libya and Bosnia and worked as a legal activist in post-war former Yugoslavia for a decade, then shifted her focus to restorative and generative visual and textual storytelling forms. She was a Magnum Foundation Human Rights and Photography fellow (2014) and is currently in the Whitney Independent Study Program. Her writing has appeared in the British Journal of Photography, Hyperallergic, Brooklyn Rail, and Degree Critical. Tulic holds an MFA in Writing and Criticism from the School of Visual Arts; an MA in Journalism from CUNY Graduate School of Journalism; and a BA in Law and an MA in Human Rights and Democracy from the University of Sarajevo and the University of Bologna.
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