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BOOKED — HONG KONG ART BOOK FAIR

New Documents (Los Angeles), onestar / Three Star (Paris), Printed Matter (New York), David Zwirner Books (New York), Art Metropole (Toronto), Sternberg Press (Berlin), and Roma Publications (Amsterdam) will join dozens of Asian publishers and artists at the inaugural BOOKED—TAI KWUN CONTEMPORARY’S ART BOOK FAIR in Hong Kong.

Talks, workshops, launches, and performances will take place throughout the event’s duration, and the fair will close with a set by DJ Freckles.

BOOKED—TAI KWUN CONTEMPORARY’S ART BOOK FAIR

Friday through Sunday, January 11, 12, and 13.

JC Contemporary, Tai Kwun

10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong.

From top:

Kara Walker, MCMXCIX [sketches from 1999] (Amsterdam: Roma Publications, 2017).

Jumana Manna, A Small Big Thing (Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2018)

Maria Fusco, Give Up Art (Los Angeles: New Documents, 2017).

Phile: The International Journal of Desire and Curiosity 2 (2018), Art Metropole.

Wolfgang Tillmans, DZHK Book 2018 (New York: David Zwirner Books, 2018).

Stefan Brüggemann, Timeless (Paris: Onestar, 2015).

RALPH LEMON AT ART CENTER

“For Ralph Lemon, evasion and erasure are counterintuitive; they mark history’s traces and court the past’s return. History—with its discrete epochs, nameable masses, and willful actors—is neither salve nor refuge for those who lie beyond its rules.” — Thomas J. Lax, “For Starters”

Artforum editor-in-chief David Velasco will present the choreographer, dancer, writer, and visual artist Ralph Lemon in the last of this year’s graduate art seminars at ArtCenter.

DAVID VELASCO PRESENTS RALPH LEMON

Tuesday, December 11, at 8 pm.

LA Times Media Center, ArtCenter College of Design

Hillside Campus, 1700 Lida Street, Pasadena.

See ArtCenter Talks: Graduate Seminar, The First Decade 1986–1995, Stan Douglas, ed. (New York: David Zwirner Books/Pasadena, CA: ArtCenter Graduate Press, 2016).

Ralph Lemon and Okwui Okpokwasili perform Untitled (2008) at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Image credit: MOMA.

GARY INDIANA IN LOS ANGELES

“In 1985, the Village Voice offered me a job as senior art critic. This made my life easier and lousy at the same time. I now had to actually enter all those galleries instead of peeking in the windows.” — Gary IndianaVile Days

Indiana’s art reviews for the Voice—collected and republished as Vile Days: The Village Voice Art Columns, 1985–1988—combine “his novelistic and theatrical gifts with a startling political acumen to assess art and the unruly environments that give it context.”

Indiana will give this week’s graduate art lecture at ArtCenter’s Hillside Campus.

In mid-January he will read from Vile Days and present the Michael Haneke film Happy End (2017) at a Hard to Read event in West Hollywood.

 

GARY INDIANA ON VILE DAYS

Tuesday, December 4, at 7:30 pm.

ArtCenter College of Design

Hillside Campus

1700 Lida Street, Pasadena.

 

GARY INDIANA AT HARD TO READ

Tuesday, January 15, at 7 pm.

Standard Hotel

8300 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood.

 

See ArtCenter Talks: Graduate Seminar, The First Decade 1986–1995, Stan Douglas, ed. (New York: David Zwirner Books/Pasadena, CA: ArtCenter Graduate Press, 2016).

Image credit above: Semiotext(e).

Below: Gary Indiana. Photograph by Hedi El Kholti, courtesy El Kholti and Indiana.

WHAT IT MEANS TO WRITE ABOUT ART

Join Jarrett Earnest and Lynne Tillman for a NY Art Book Fair talk celebrating the publication of Earnest’s WHAT IT MEANS TO WRITE ABOUT ART—INTERVIEWS WITH ART CRITICS, presented by David Zwirner Books.

 

JARRETT EARNEST and LYNNE TILLMAN in conversation

WHAT IT MEANS TO WRITE ABOUT ART

Sunday, September 23, at 1 pm.

NY ART BOOK FAIR

Thursday through Sunday, September 20, 21, 22, and 23.

MoMA P.S.1

22–25 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, Queens.

Jarrett EarnestPaul Chaat Smith, and Peter Schjeldahl at Strand.

Jarrett Earnest.