But For What’s My Axis? Part 1. Empire, the first in a trilogy of performances by artist Kara Rooney, composer Fatrin Krajka, and poets Marine Cornuet, Betsy Fagin and Laura Henriksen. With choreography by Dylan Crossman.
December 13th, 2017
An intimate preview of When the Worlds Collide, a new documentary film by Malia Scharf and Max Basch on the life and work of artist Kenny Scharf, with the American Friends of the Israel Museum. The screening was followed by a conversation between Kenny Scharf, Jane Panetta [Associate Curator, Whitney Museum of Art] and Mary Ann Monforton [Publisher, BOMB Magazine], moderated by David Totah. October 24th, 2017.
A film screening and discussion on May 1st, 2017, featuring award-winning directors Francisca Alegria, Jimmy Keyrouz, Elizabeth Rose and alumni from the National YoungArts Foundation, moderated by Annette Insdorf, professor of film at Columbia University.
With works by Agnes Martin, Aleksandar Duravcevic, Alighiero Boetti, Andrea Marescalchi, Brian Wills, Bruce Conner, Charles Ross, Dan Walsh, David Austen, Ed Ruscha, Edward Hopper, Ernesto Caivano, Eugene Delacroix, Frank Walter, Gilles Bensimon, Gino de Dominicis, Giorgio De Chirico, Heinz Mack, Jose Antonio Suarez Londoño, Jane Logemann, Josaku Maeda, Joseph Cornell, Joan Miro, Julio González, Kara Rooney, Kenny Scharf, Lisa Beck, Luca Pancrazzi, Mara De Luca, Marsha Cottrell, Matt Chambers, Max Ernst, Mel Bochner, Nathlie Provosty, Oscar Dominguez, Osvaldo Licini, Peter Doig, Phil Wagner, Piero Pizzi-Cannella, Ray Johnson, Roberto Matta, Saul Steinberg, Victor Brauner, Wallace Berman, Wim Wenders, Wols and Yves Tanguy.
Conversation with Barry Bergdoll, Mary McLeod, James Russell and Rebecca Siefert. September 14, 2016.
Moderated by Jason Stopa, joined by Brian Boucher and Prem Krishnamurthy. April 20, 2016.