Art Basel Miami Beach: Talks Program

    Art Basel Miami Beach: 5 – 8 December 2013. The 2013 Conversations program features a particularly strong line-up of leading international museum directors and curators. An open platform for shorter, often informal presentations, the afternoon Salon program features artist talks, panel discussions, lectures and book launches with curators, museum directors, lawyers, and artists, including from the show’s Public and Film sectors. Image: Doug Aitken Photo credit: Alayna Van Dervort (see Thursday Conversations listing).

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    Conversations take place daily from Thursday, December 5 to Sunday, December 8, 10 am to 11:30am, Hall C auditorium. Please note: This is a newly created auditorium for 2013. Entrance through Lobby C, free public access. One-hour panel discussions are followed by a 30-minute Q&A session.

    The afternoon Salon program is an open platform for short presentations – often informal – such as artist talks, panels, lectures and performances with a range of speakers including artists, curators, academics, collectors, architects, art lawyers, critics and other cultural players. Salon takes place daily from Thursday, December 5 to Sunday, December 8, from 1pm to 7pm (Sunday to 4pm) in the Hall C auditorium, access with Art Basel VIP card or ticket.

    High-quality videos of all Conversations and Salon talks will be available shortly after the show.

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    Thursday, December 5 

    10am – 11:30am  Conversations: Premiere | Artist Talk | Doug Aitken 
    Doug Aitken inaugurates this year’s Conversations with a discussion about his most recent project ‘Station to Station’. This artist-created nomadic ‘happening’ on a train that visited cities, towns and remote locations across America embraced constantly changing stories, unexpected encounters and creative collisions between artists, musicians and creative pioneers.
    Doug Aitken, Artist, Los Angeles/New York in conversation with Michelle Kuo, Editor, Artforum, New York

    1pm – 2pm  Salon: Talk | Art Market vs. Art History 
    Josh Baer, Advisor and Publisher of Baer Faxt, New York in conversation with Joseph Kosuth, Artist, London

    2pm – 3pm  Salon: Artist Talk | Public Art: ‘Social Animals’
    Kate Gilmore, Artist, New York; Alicja Kwade, Artist, Berlin; Mungo Thomson, Artist, Los Angeles
    Moderator: Nicholas Baume, Curator of Art Basel’s Public sector and Director & Chief Curator of Public Art Fund, New York.

    3pm – 4pm  Salon: Artist Talk | Olafur Eliasson: Little Sun
    Olafur Eliasson, Artist, Berlin/Copenhagen in conversation with Klaus Biesenbach, Director of MoMA PS1 and Chief Curator at Large at The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

    4pm – 5pm  Salon: Round Table | The Group Show as Collection, as Museum, as Biennial, as Education, as Institution, as Art Exhibition
    Daniel Baumann, Dan Byers, and Tina Kukielski, Co-Curators of the 2013 Carnegie International, Pittsburgh in conversation with Frances Stark, Artist, Los Angeles and Erika Verzutti, Artist, Sao Paulo. The talk is followed by the launch of Erika Verzutti’s new book.

    5pm – 6pm  Salon: Artist Talk | Beyond Post-Black?
    Rashaad Newsome, Artist, New York in conversation with Paul Goodwin, Independent Curator and Professor at Chelsea College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London

    6pm – 7pm  Salon: Artist Talk | Tracey Emin
    Tracey Emin, Artist, London in conversation with Sir Norman Rosenthal, Independent Curator and Writer, London
    Friday, December 6

    Conversations:  Public/Private | Museums Go Global
    Doug Aitken inaugurates this year’s Conversations with a discussion about his most recent project ‘Station to Station’. This artist-created nomadic ‘happening’ on a train that visited cities, towns and remote locations across America embraced constantly changing stories, unexpected encounters and creative collisions between artists, musicians and creative pioneers.
    Doug Aitken, Artist, Los Angeles/New York in conversation with Michelle Kuo, Editor, Artforum, New York

    1pm – 2pm  Salon: Artist Talk | Dara Birnbaum
    Dara Birnbaum, Artist, New York, in conversation with David Gryn, Curator of Art Basel’s Film sector and Founder of Artprojx, London

    2pm – 3pm  Salon: Artist Talk and Book Launch | Focus: Colombia
    Gabriel Sierra, Artist, Bogota; Juan Andres Gaitan, Curator, 8th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art, Mexico City/Berlin; Hans Ulrich Obrist, Co-Director, Serpentine Gallery, London

    3pm – 4pm  Salon: Artist Talk | Allyson Vieira: The Plural Present
    Allyson Vieira, Artist, New York; Simon Castets, Director and Curator, Swiss Institute Contemporary Art, New York; Adam Szymczyk, Director, Kunsthalle Basel

    5pm – 6pm  Salon: Discussion | Constructive Art Criticism in Latin America: Realities and Challenges
    Jose Roca, Estrellita B. Brodsky Adjunct Curator of Latin American Art at Tate, London, and Artistic Director of FLORA ars+natura, Bogotá; Mario Garcia Torres, Artist, Mexico
    Moderator: Abaseh Mirvali, Independent Curator, Istanbul/Berlin/Mexico City/Lima

    5pm – 6pm  Salon: Art History | ‘Brancusi in New York. 1913 – 2013′
    Matthew Affron, The Muriel & Philip Berman Curator of Modern Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art; Dr. Jérôme Neutres, Curator and Writer, Special Advisor to the president of the Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais and a board member of the Guimet Museum, Paris; Jean-Jacques Neuer, International Art Lawyer and representative of the Constantin Brancusi Estate

    6pm – 7pm  Salon: Discussion | Bankrupt Cities. Endangered Museums: Learning From the Case of the Detroit Institute of Arts
    Dennis Scholl, Collector and Vice President/Arts, Knight Foundation, Miami; Stephen K. Urice, Professor of Law, University of Miami School of Law, Miami
    Moderator: Andras Szanto, Author and Cultural Consultant, New York
    Saturday, December 7

    Conversations:  The Artist and the Gallerist
    Launched at the 2013 inaugural Art Basel show in Hong Kong, the series titled ‘The Artist and the Gallerist’ offers a peek behind the curtain of the unique and essential artworld relationship between artists and their representing galleries.
    Abraham Cruzvillegas, Artist, Mexico City; Monica Manzutto and Jose Kuri, founders of kurimanzutto gallery, Mexico City
    Moderator: Mark Rappolt, Editor, ArtReview, London

    1pm – 2pm  Salon: Discussion | The Changing Role of Small-Scale New York Arts Institutions 
    Allison Freedman Weisberg, Executive Director and Founder, Recess, New York; Ruba Katrib, Curator, SculptureCenter, New York; Miriam Katzeff, Co-Founder of Primary Information, New York; Peter J. Russo, Director, Triple Canopy, New York

    2pm – 3pm  Salon: Art Law Talk | Art Title Insurance: What is It and Should You Get It?
    Stephen D. Brodie, Esq. and Howard N. Spiegler, Esq., International Art Law Group, Herrick, Feinstein LLP, New York; Judith L. Pearson, President, ARIS Title Insurance Corporation, Denver

    3pm – 4pm  Salon: Artist Talk and Book Launch | ‘More Than You Wanted to Know About John Baldessari’
    John Baldessari, Artist, Santa Monica, CA, in conversation with Hans Ulrich Obrist, Co-Director, Serpentine Gallery, London

    4pm – 5pm  Salon: Book Launch and Discussion | ‘Living and Sustaining a Creative Life’
    Shamim Momin, Adjunct Curator, Whitney Museum of American Art and Head of Los Angeles Nomatic Division, Los Angeles; Ellen Harvey, Artist, New York; Brian Tolle, Artist, New York
    Moderator: Sharon Louden, Artist and Editor of ‘Living and Sustaining a Creative Life’, New York.

    5pm – 6pm  Salon: Artist Talk | Ry Rocklen
    Ry Rocklen, Artist, Los Angeles in conversation with Jonathan Griffin, Writer and Curator Los Angeles

    6pm – 7pm Salon: 89plus Panel Discussion | Focus: Branding
    Brian Khek, Artist, Chicago and Dena Yago Co-producer of K-HOLE Trends, New York in conversation with Hans Ulrich Obrist, Co-Founder, 89plus and Co-Director, Serpentine Gallery, London and Simon Castets, Co-Founder, 89plus and Director and Curator, Swiss Institute Contemporary Art, New York
    Sunday, December 8

    Conversations:  Artistic Practice | The Artist as Technologist
    Offering fresh insights on dynamic models of artistic practice, this panel brings together artists whose work is related to current
    developments in technology and the realm of the digital. Among the questions: How does the increasing and growing relationship between humankind and digital systems or machines change our perception of art? How does technology and especially the internet unleash artists local boundaries and enables them a global spectrum? In what ways does technology and new media or systems catalyze creativity?
    Cory Arcangel, Artist, Los Angeles; Cécile B. Evans, Artist, Berlin; Camille Henrot, Artist, Paris; Robert Whitman, Artist and Co-Founder of Experiments in Art and Technology, New York
    Moderator: Hans Ulrich Obrist, Co-Director, Serpentine Gallery, London

    1pm – 2pm Salon: Discussion | Biennial Biodiversity 
    Alya Sebti, Artistic Director, Marrakech Biennale
    Gabriela Salgado, Co-Curator, La Otra Bienal, Bogota
    Moderator: Mari Spirito, Director, Protocinema, Istanbul/New York

    2pm – 3pm Salon: Talk | Paradise (Working Title): The Bar as An Oasis 
    Namoi Fisher, Artist, Miami
    Jim Drain, Artist, Miami
    David Andrew Tasman, Architect, New York

     


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