Friday 6th November, Herron School of Art, MFA students, Indianapolis, USA. On the invitation of Uranchimeg (Orna) Tsultem (she/her/hers)Edgar and Dorothy Fehnel Chair in International StudiesAssistant Professor of Asian Art History. IU Herron School of Art + Design, IUPUI. 735 W.
http://imagomundiart.com/exhibitions/when-globe-home Exhibition extended until end of February 2021 Fondazione Imago Mundi is pleased to introduce When the Globe is Home, the new exhibition with which Gallerie delle Prigioni will recommence its activities. Curated by Claudio Scorretti and Irina Ungureanu, the
Installation shots of Herbert Read Gallery “America is the best form of Marxism” after a quote by Kojeve, exhibition. Including details showing Kojeve’s selected photos from archive, charting the end of history in the 1950’s and the role of art
[ *Please note that the design and info below is under development and will change daily, while the majority of the material is presented as test material or place holders.] Pt 1 New Geographies New Histories Introduction Invitation The Body
— Download Bio as PDF –David Goldenberg Education MA Art & Architecture, KIAD, UK BA (Hons) Fine art painting, Wimbledon school of art, UK Foundation course, St Albans School of art, UK One person shows 2020 June Outposts instagram project
Five Years publications: Public series no.8. vol 1-3. Being together is not enough Words & Pictures. A draft. 5 October – 13 October 2019 Saturday – Sunday 12 – 6pm — Dear_ Five Years draws to a close the call-for-proposals project: Being Together is not Enough. As outlined… this is an open project that aimed to support and examine the ideas of anyone interested in setting up groups. Anyone who already organised together and who wanted to share work practices and experience. Or simply. Anyone who wanted to declare and engage on issues. It’s a sprawling thing that now finds those who participated last year contributing further to a printed publication. As agreed. All editorial responsibility, control and copyright are entirely the authors. The publication will be presented at Five Years (5-13 October 2019) in draft format to go through the process of proofing for final publication (TBC). We therefore, invite everyone who contributed to formally  or informally  talk about their contributions in the space at Five Years: To read, discuss, contest, edit. Together with a public. All welcome. Edward Dorrian (Five Years) A series of timetabled Reading/discussion events to coincide with the draft publication at Five Years (5-13 October 2019) Please see the timetable of events, performances and discussions. Anyone who wants to just turn up at Five Years (5-13 October Sat-Sun 12-6 pm) and go through the pages… Please do. —– Saturday 5 October 2019 12-1 pm Latinos Creative Society: Manifesto 3-4 pm David Goldenberg: This Historic Moment: Route out of our Cultural desert An event and publication This event continues mining the implication of Neoliberalism destruction and the cultural desert left in its wake, examining practices capable of registering and engaging this environment through developing a new language of art, practices and concepts that we work towards. 1. Institutional critique of total power. 1 hr slide show of screen shots. 2014-. The Iraqi war, Egyptian military coup. Rise of the new right, secrecy, attacks against civil liberties, censorship and corruption, financialisation of art, structuring and linking material together. 2. Text/diagram: What is this Historic Moment? A new language of art. 2019 New Geographies Tax havens, Migrated colonial Archives, UBS Global project with the Guggenheim 5-6 pm: Lucia Farinati From transcription to transduction: the voice of Joseph Beuys in Audio Arts (revisited), a live audio essay performed by Lucia Farinati. – 3-4pm: Patrick Loan: Bryan Parsons and Oliver Cloke: The Hour (Record) – 12-4pm: Michael Curran and Joe Walsh This Historic Moment
— Download Five Years publications: Public series no.8. vol 1-3. Being together is not enough Words & Pictures. A draft. 5 October – 13 October 2019 Saturday – Sunday 12 – 6pm — Dear_ Five Years draws to a close