Sunday, May 18 is your last chance to experience Other Primary Structures: Others 1, the first of two parts of the exhibition Other Primary Structures! Others 2 opens May 25. Check out this video to learn more about the exhibition!
Read all about our new graphic identity in an interview with design agency Sagmeister & Walsh.
See Mel Bochner’s wall piece Language Is Not Transparent (1970) re-created for the exhibition Mel Bochner: Strong Language over on our YouTube channel: http://youtu.be/E8q-kye5nsA
Mel Bochner, Language Is Not Transparent, 1970, re-created for the exhibition at the Jewish Museum. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Modern and Contemporary Art Council.
Catch it tonight and tomorrow, from our friends at FIAF:
In this riveting production, legendary French actors Thierry Lhermitte and Patrick Timsit star as two long-time friends, a gentile and a Jew, torn apart on the eve of World War II.
Judy Chicago (American, born 1939). Rainbow Pickett, 1965/2004. Latex paint on canvas-covered plywood, 126 x 126 x 110 in. (320 x 320 x 279.4 cm). Collection of David and Diane Waldman, Waldman Family Trust, Rancho Mirage, California. © Judy Chicago. Photo © Donald Woodman
More about tomorrow’s event, Judy Chicago: The Saga of Rainbow Pickett, at the link.
Diane Arbus regarded taking her camera into otherwise off-limit settings as “very perverse” and “a sort of naughty thing to do.”
Masterpieces & Curiosities: Diane Arbus’s Jewish Giant opens tomorrow!
Via the High School of Art and Design: Private viewing and breakfast with Art Spiegelman - this weekend! Tix and info at the link. A rare chance to see the fifty-foot painted-glass mural Spiegelman designed for the school, It Was Today, Only Yesterday…, represented by a digital drawing in the recent exhibition Art Spiegelman’s Co-Mix: A Retrospective.
Join us tonight for a discussion exploring exhibition history through curatorial practice, featuring Jens Hoffmann, Deputy Director, Exhibitions and Public Programs, and curator Germano Celant, and moderated by Bruce Altshuler, Director, Program in Museum Studies, Graduate School of Arts and Science, New York University.
Free; RSVP recommended.
Edward Krasinski (Poland, born 1925, died 2004), Untitled, 1965. Metal rod and wood, two parts 70 7/8 in. long (180 cm). Courtesy of Paulina Krasinska and Foksal Gallery Foundation, Warsaw.