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DO YOU KNOW ADRIAN PIPER?

In conjunction with the Hammer exhibition ADRIAN PIPER—CONCEPTS AND INTUITIONS, 1965–2016, the symposium ADRIAN PIPER—THE LONG VIEW takes an extended look at the art-historical and social changes Adrian Piper has lived through, and the ways in which they contribute to an understanding of the work on view. Participants include artist Donna Dennis, professor Bruce Altshuler, gallerist Jeffrey […]

THANKS FOR NOTHING ON PONT ALEXANDRE III

High performance art and civic engagement come together this weekend on the Pont Alexandre III as Thanks for Nothing presents its Nuit Blanche 2018 offering LE PONT DES ÉCHANGES. The NGOs L’Atelier des artistes en exil, Fondation Abbé Pierre, Libraries without Borders, Cultures du cœur, and the Music Fund will join… … Wael Alkak, Uriel Barthélémi, Alex Cecchetti, Valérie […]

FREDERICK WISEMAN IN CONVERSATION

“I like to think I know what works for me… I’ve learned to be quite hard on the material… Editing is always a manic-depressive special—moments when you overestimate what you have and moments when you underestimate, but neither is usually true.” — Frederick Wiseman* Wiseman—one of our greatest documentarians—will talk about his new film MONROVIA, […]

HANS ULRICH OBRIST IN CHICAGO

As part of Art Design Chicago—a citywide celebration of the city’s arts and design legacy—the first U.S.-based marathon by Hans Ulrich Obrist will be held this weekend. CREATIVE CHICAGO—AN INTERVIEW MARATHON takes a “multi-dimensional, multidisciplinary look at creativity in the city—past, present, and future. Bringing together artists, authors, activists, architects, historians, musicians, philosophers, scientists, and Obama Presidential […]

HOMO FABER AT FONDAZIONE GIORGIO CINI

HOMO FABER—an extensive exhibition in sixteen discrete spaces celebrating European crafts(wo)menship—is on view through the end of the month. The show is presented by the Michelangelo Foundation, founded by Johann Rupert and Franco Cologni. HOMO FABER, through September 30. Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Isola di San Giorgio Maggiore, Lo Squero, Venice. All images courtesy of Homo Faber.

MR. SOUL! — LA FILM FESTIVAL

Ellis Haizlip—black, gay, and deeply invested in the African-American liberation and equality movements of the 1960s and ’70s—was the producer and host of the short-lived but seminal public television show Soul!, which aired from 1968 to 1973. Sui generis in its approach and impact, Haizlip’s Soul! gave black voices an unprecedented platform at a crucial […]

FOR DAVID ANTIN

Join Blaise Antin, Eleanor Antin, Julien Bismuth, Steve Kado, Aram Moshayedi, Marjorie Perloff, Jerome Rothenberg, and Hamza Walker this week as they commemorate David Antin and his legacy two days before Antin’s Sky Poems are restaged above Los Angeles and La Jolla. DAVID ANTIN—TALKING, ALWAYS TALKING Thursday, September 27, at 7:30 pm. Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Boulevard, Westwood, Los Angeles.   DAVID ANTIN—SKY POEMS […]