THIS LECTURE IS SOLD OUT.
THIS MEETUP HAS BEEN CANCELLED!
In conjunction with the exhibition
NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star
Hans Ulrich Obrist and Massimiliano Gioni in conversation,
moderated by Kate Fowle
In 1993, Hans Ulrich Obrist started “do it,” an exhibition in progress that is now twenty years old.
This conversation will explore the project’s beginnings, its iterations, and its repercussions in the context of the cultural and political developments of the early ’90s.
Massimiliano Gioni is Associate Director and Director of Exhibitions at the New Museum. Kate Fowle is the Executive Director of Independent Curators International (ICI).
Experimental Jet Set,
Trash and No Star
Centering on the year 1993, the exhibition is conceived as a time capsule, an experiment in collective memory that attempts to capture a specific moment at the intersection of art, pop culture, and politics.
The social and economic landscape of the early ’90s was a cultural turning point both nationally and globally.
Conflict in Europe, attempts at peace in the Middle East, the AIDS crisis, national debates on health care, gun control, and gay rights, and caustic partisan politics served as both the background and source material for a number of younger artists who first came to prominence in 1993.
At the same time, an increasingly active international network of artists, curators, and dealers contributed to a burgeoning global art world, amplified by the nascent tools of digital information. Twenty years later, it is time to reconsider the events, debates, and histories that prompted dramatic changes in art and culture.
The exhibition will span all five gallery floors of the New Museum and will also feature an installation of Nari Ward’s iconic work Amazing Grace in the Museum’s Studio 231 space . The project was originally realized in 1993 in an abandoned fire station in Harlem.
Other artists presented include:
Janine Antoni • Ida Applebroog • Art Club 2000 • Lutz Bacher • Alex Bag •Matthew Barney • Sadie Benning • Lina Bertucci • Nayland Blake • Gregg Bordowitz • Bureau (Marlene McCarty and Donald Moffett) • Kathe Burkhart • Peter Cain • Larry Clark • Patricia Cronin • John Currin • Jessica Diamond • Devon Dikeou • Cheryl Donegan • Mary Beth Edelson • Nicole Eisenman • Andrea Fraser • Coco Fusco • Robert Gober •Nan Goldin • Felix Gonzalez-Torres • Michael Joaquin Grey with Randolph Huff • Peter Halley • Ann Hamilton • David Hammons • Rachel Harrison • Todd Haynes • Derek Jarman • Mike Kelley • Karen Kilimnik • Byron Kim • Jutta Koether • Alix Lambert • Sean Landers • Annie Leibovitz • Zoe Leonard • Glenn Ligon • Sarah Lucas • Kerry James Marshall • Daniel Joseph Martinez • Paul McCarthy • Suzanne McClelland • John Miller • Frank Moore • Christian Philipp Müller •Gabriel Orozco • Pepón Osorio • Elizabeth Peyton • Jack Pierson • Steven Pippin • Charles Ray • Jason Rhoades • Julia Scher • Andres Serrano • Cindy Sherman • Gary Simmons • Lorna Simpson • Kiki Smith • Rudolf Stingel • Lily van der Stokker • The Thing • Wolfgang Tillmans • Rirkrit Tiravanija •Nari Ward • Gillian Wearing • Jack Whitten • Hannah Wilke • Sue Williams • Andrea Zittel
Let's regroup at the end of the lecture and decide then how much time we want to spend with the show.
Those who are interested in continuing the evening in good company...
...we will go to the nearby Whole Foods,
where there is something for every taste...and it is all healthy...sort of...!!!
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