15 Oct 2012 2012, Amikejo, conference, Mariana Cánepa Luna, Murcia, No Soul for Sale, prácticas curatoriales, Tate Modern, The Last Newspaper, visiting lecturer, X initiative
Mariana Cánepa Luna de Latitudes discutirá el rol del comisario a partir de tres proyectos recientes de Latitudes. Estos casos de estudio trazan enfoques de índole editorial (The Last Newspaper, New Museum, Nueva York (2010)); como organización participante (las dos ediciones del festival No Soul for Sale: A Festival of Independents en X Initiative, Nueva York (2009) y en Tate Modern (2010)); y en un ciclo expositivo anual ('Amikejo', MUSAC, León (2011)).
Este ciclo de conferencias mensuales analiza las diferentes profesiones que operan en el campo del arte contemporáneo, presentando aspectos que caracterizan la labor del crítico, el comisario, el productor cultural, el investigador y los responsables de espacios independientes. + info...
Ciclo co-dirigido por Ana G. Alarcón, Isabel Durante y Pablo Lag, componentes del grupo curatorial Primer Escalón.
Fotodocumentación de la conferencia aquí.
'The Last Newspaper' exhibition catalogue, New Museum, New York, 2010–11.
Lecture within the cycle "Cultural Professions", Aula de Cultura Caja Mediterráneo, Murcia, 17 October, 20h. Free.
Mariana Cánepa Luna of Latitudes will discuss the role of the curator in the context of three of Latitudes' recent projects. These case studies trace Latitudes' approach in an editorial context (The Last Newspaper, New Museum, New York (2010)); a year-long exhibition series ('Amikejo', MUSAC, León (2011)) and as an invited organisation (the two editions of No Soul for Sale: A Festival of Independents in X Initiative, New York (2009) and Tate Modern (2010)).
This cycle of monthly conferences centres on different professions within contemporary art, discussing aspects that characterise the practice of a cultural producer, a critic, a curator, a researcher and a member of an independent art space. + info...
Cycle co-directed by Ana G. Alarcón, Isabel Durante and Pablo Lag, from the curatorial group Primer Escalón.UPDATE: Photodocumentation of the lecture here.
All photos: Latitudes | www.lttds.org
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31 Aug 2009 Appartment 22, Massimiliano Gioni, No Soul for Sale, X initiative
During our participation last June in the X Initiative’s NO SOUL FOR SALE - Festival of Independents in New York
, James Merle Thomas, a San Francisco-based team member of L’APPARTEMENT 22
from Rabat, recorded a short interview
for Radio Apartment 22
between us and Massimiliano Gioni, Director of Special Exhibitions of the New Museum of Contemporary Art,
New York. Gioni briefly talks about the 'introspective' (intead of retrospective) the museum dedicating to Zurich-born, New York-based artist Urs Fischer
, opening 28 October.
The interview is part of Appartement 22's 'R22 Universe - Live From NYC' programme available online here
04 May 2009 Newsletter #12 is out! arnolfini, facebook, MACBA, newsletters, X initiative
If you would like to read it, please click here for English
version or here for Spanish
In our forthcoming Newsletter #13
(June–July 09) we will inform you about a video programme to be screened daily at Capella MACBA
(1–7 June); our participation in the festival of independent and non-profit art organisations in New York hosted by the X initiative
(24–28 June) and the exhibition 'Sequelism. Episode 3: Possible, Probable, or Preferable Futures
', to open at Arnolfini
, Bristol on 17 July.
In the current issue of frieze
(Issue 123, May 2009) you will find a review by Max Andrews
on the 2nd Canary Islands Biennial of Architecture – read short report and images
of the exhibition in our 8 March 2009
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