New Media and Performance Art in the Market
|What:||A free panel discussion on the interaction between alternative arts and the art market. Topics will include new media and performance art's distinct and vital presence in the arts community, and the market for intangible art during the current economic climate and in the future.|
Jeffrey Deitch—Art dealer and owner of Deitch Projects, which deals in modern and contemporary art; art advisor to private and institutional art collectors; art critic and exhibition curator.
Clifford Owens—Performance artist and photographer who explores the interaction between artist and audience; exhibitions include Performa05, “Freestyle” (The Studio Museum in Harlem), “Greater New York” (P.S.1) and “Clifford Owens” (On Stellar Rays, NY); currently the Hanes Visiting Artist at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Cara Starke—Assistant curator in the department of media and performance art at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), specializing in the acquisition and exhibition of time-based media; currently co-organizing William Kentridge: “Five Themes” at MoMA.
Thea Westreich—Founder of Thea Westreich Art Advisory Services, which advises private collectors throughout the United States and Europe; curator of collections in specific media, such as video and film, photography, and works on paper, as well as painting and sculpture; co-publisher of artists' books.
Martha Schwendener (moderator)—Critic published in Artforum, Bookforum, Art in America, The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Village Voice, Time Out New York, Flash Art, and other publications.
|Date/Time:||November 18, 2009 at 7 pm|
|Place:||Fashion Institute of Technology Fred P. Pomerantz Art and Design Center (D Building) 27th Street and Seventh Avenue|
|Cost:||Free and open to the public|
Cheri Fein, 212 217.4700 or email@example.com
Intangible was organized by candidates for the Master of Arts degree in Art Market: Principles and Practices at FIT. The Fashion Institute of Technology is a selective college of art and design, business and technology of the State University of New York, with 44 majors leading to AAS, BFA, BS, MA, and MPS degrees.