Artist Talk: David Opdyke with András Szántó
The premiere of David Opdyke’s epic postcard mural Someday, all this has drawn thousands of visitors to the Climate Museum Pop-Up over the last five months. On Thursday, March 16, 7pm, David Opdyke will discuss his remarkable work with the renowned essayist and cultural strategy advisor András Szántó. Szántó is the author of The Future of the Museum: 28 Dialogues (2020) and its just-published companion volume Imagining the Future Museum: 21 Dialogues with Architects (2022). In addition to advising museums, foundations, educational institutions, and corporations worldwide on cultural strategy and program development, Szántó has written widely for publications including The New York Times, Artforum, Artnet News, and The Art Newspaper. The dialogue will be followed by ample time for audience Q&A, and refreshments will be served. Read More call_made
Sondra Perry: Lineage for a Phantom Zone at Fondation Beyeler
Muse, the Rolls-Royce Art Programme presents the inaugural artwork created for the Dream Commission by moving image artist Sondra Perry. On public view for the first time from February 13 through March 13, 2022 at Fondation Beyeler in Basel, Switzerland, Lineage for a Phantom Zone is a new immersive artwork which explores themes of lineage, memory and longing, using dreams as a space for reconfiguring history. Read More call_made
Leather Throwers at Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art Extended￼
Boxing and Las Vegas are indelibly fused in the public imagination. A perfect fit for the culture of entertainment, the sport traces its history in Las Vegas back to the 1950s. Leather Throwers surveys ways in which visual artists have represented boxing motifs and the history and major figures of the sport through sculptures, paintings, drawings and photographs. The exhibition, now extended through October, features work by artists ranging from Jean-Michel Basquiat to Jeffrey Gibson. Read More call_made
Caribbean Art Today Exhibition Catalogue
The catalogue for the exhibition One month after being known in that island, on view from August 27 to November 15, 2020 at Kulturstiftung Basel H Geiger, is now available. Published by Hatje Cantz and edited by Alanna Stang, the publication serves as an enduring companion to this first major exhibition organized by the Caribbean Art Initiative and the first major group show for Caribbean artists in Switzerland. Read More call_made
How does science end up in a museum of contemporary art?
On the occasion of the exhibition BARABÁSILAB: Hidden Patterns. The Language of Network Thinking at the Ludwig Museum in Budapest, this virtual event features Media an unusual exhibition tour, dissecting the connection between art and science with Albert-László Barabási, András Szántó, and museum director, theoretician and media artist, Peter Weibel. Read More call_made
Caribbean Art Initiative exhibition at Kulturstiftung Basel H Geiger in Basel
One month after being known in that island is on view at the Kulturstiftung Basel H Geiger in central Basel from August 27 through November 15, 2020. The exhibition serves as the culmination of an intense year-long group effort, and is the product of work conducted over the previous six years to build the organization now known as the Caribbean Art Initiative. Low visibility for Caribbean artists is not due to a lack of artistic talent, but to a dearth of opportunities for international exposure. This first group show of its kind in Switzerland, curated by Yina Jiménez Suriel and Pablo Guardiola, is a step towards filling that void. Read More call_made
Parrish Art Museum | Clifford Ross in conversation with Andras Szanto
Artist Clifford Ross in conversation with author and cultural strategist Andras Szanto about the inspiration for his installation at the Parrish Art Museum.