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Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Art Basel Update! ( Miami,FL)
FROM LONDON TO MIAMI FOR ART BASEL 2016:
The Otolith Group - Dec. 3, 2:00 p.m.
Free and Open to the Public
at ArtCenter/South Florida, 924 Lincoln Road
In addition to its annual Open Studio Brunch, ArtCenter/South Florida presents The Otolith Group as part of the new exhibition, An Image.
The conversation with The Otolith Group is Saturday, December 3rd at
2:00 p.m. at 924 Lincoln Road. This event is free and open to the
public. The event is free but guests are encouraged to RSVP here. The talk will feature London-based Anjalika Sagar (in person) and Kodow Eshcun
(via Skype), who founded the group in 2002. The collaborative group is
research-based and focuses on the essay film as a form that examines
conditions, events and histories within a gallery context. The talk will
be moderated by Graham Eng-Wilmot, a doctoral candidate in the Ph.D. Program in Visual Studies at the University of California, Irvine. This
discussion will address the representation of storms in cinema and art
cinema using Indian neo-realist cinema as a key example.
ANNUAL ART BASEL
OPEN STUDIOS & BRUNCH TWO LOCATIONS One Date: Friday, December 2
924 Lincoln Road
Friday, December 2
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. ArtCenter/Downtown
1035 North Miami Ave. #300
Friday, December 2
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
year's annual Open Studio Brunch expands into Downtown Miami. Enjoy
mingling with artists, collectors, curators and patrons at ArtCenter's
Lincoln Road location and the new location in Downtown Miami. This event is free and open to the public; Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AN IMAGE: The new exhibition on view for Art Basel
at ArtCenter/South Florida
924 Lincoln Road in Miami Beach (10 a.m. - 9 p.m.)
On view during Art Basel Week, ArtCenter's new programming exhibition: An Image
(through December 18 at 924 Lincoln Road in Miami Beach, Gallery hours,
Wed - Sun. 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.). This exhibition launches
ArtCenter/South Florida’s new formula for public programming, with the
exhibition itself serving as a stage for educational seminars, events,
performances, screenings, lectures, theoretical sessions and artistic
“With An Image
as the centerpiece to introduce our new public programming models, we
have brought together a stellar group of change-makers and artistic
influencers in ways that Miami’s visual arts community has never
benefited from before," says ArtCenter's Executive Director, Maria del
Valle. "Our lineup for Art Basel Miami Beach 2016 presents this new programming initiative, and features internationally renowned The Otolith Group from London.
Co-curated by Natalia Zuluaga (ArtCenter’s Artistic Director), and Domingo Castillo, An Image features works by the artists: Enrique Castro-Cid, Harun Farocki, Alan Gutierrez, (Human) Learning (Roxana Fabius & Federico Pérez Villoro), Barbara Kasten, and Suzan Pitt. The original soundtrack is by Heinrich Mueller-Dataphysix Renormalon.Read more about the exhibition and its new programming concepts at artcentersf.org/fall2016/animage.
The title, An Image is borrowed from Harun Farocki’s film under the same name and points to the way images intersect, supplant, and change our economic and social realities.
“An Image, as an exhibition,
attempts to question and retool the power of images through objects,
lectures, performances, film screenings, and study groups. This
multifaceted approach allows for ideas to unravel over time, offering up
the institution as a stage where the intersection between images and
image-making could be addressed and reconsidered alongside some of the
racial, economic, and social inequalities of our time,” said Natalia
Zuluaga, ArtCenter’s Artistic Director.
more about the otolith group
The Otolith Collective
is curated and directed by Kodwo Eshun and Anjalika Sagar. It coexists
by curating, programming, publishing and supporting the presentation of
artists work, contributing to a critical field of exploration between
visual culture and exhibiting in contemporary art. They have curated and
co-curated programmes and exhibitions including, A Cinema of Songs and People: The Films of Anand Patwardhan at the Tate Modern, The Inner Time of Television ( a collaboration with Chris Marker ), The Journey, by Peter Watkins at the Tate Modern, On Vanishing Land by Mark Fisher and Justin Barton, The Militant Image (ongoing) , the touring exhibition The Ghosts of Songs: A Retrospective of The Black Audio Film Collective 1982-1998, Harun Farocki. 22 Films: 1968-2009
at Tate Modern and the touring programme Protest conceived as part of
the Essentials: The Secret Masterpieces of Cinema commissioned by the
Independent Cinema Office. In 2010 The Otolith Group were nominated for
the Turner Prize.
ART BASEL WEEK 2016 AT ARTCENTER/SOUTH FLORIDA
Through Dec. 18 An Image(924 Lincoln Road) Co-curated by Natalia Zuluaga (ArtCenter’s Artistic Director), and Domingo Castillo, An Image features works by the artists: Enrique Castro-Cid, Harun Farocki, Alan Gutierrez, (Human) Learning (Roxana Fabius & Federico Pérez Villoro), Barbara Kasten, and Suzan Pitt. The original soundtrack is by Heinrich Mueller-Dataphysix Renormalon. Gallery hours during Art Basel Wed - Sun: 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 2 from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. (at ArtCenter’sLincoln Road and new Downtown Location)
ArtCenter invites guests for an Open Studio Brunch
at ArtCenter’s Lincoln Road (924 Lincoln Road, 9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.)
and Downtown Miami location (1035 North Miami Ave #300, 9:00 a.m. –
12:00 p.m.) where guests will be invited to meet the artists and mix-and-mingle with art collectors, patrons and curators.
Saturday, Dec. 3 at 2:00 p.m. (924 Lincoln Road)ArtCenter will present an artist talk by London-based collaborative The Otolith Group.
ARTWORK & IMAGE CREDITS (from top to bottom):
1. Otolith Group & Richard Couzins, MIR, Otolith 1, 2003
2. ArtCenter, 924 Lincoln Road 3. ArtCenter, Downtown Miami, 1035 North Miami Avenue
4. Harun Farocki, film still from An Image, 1983, 16 mm film transferred to video 5. Gallery.Installation photography by Zack Balber
6. Laurinda Spear & Bernardo Fort-Brescia (Arquitectonica), The Pink House, Miami Shores,
1976-79, Photography by Eric Meola
7. Barbara Kasten, Construct NYC 18, 1984, Pola Color photograph, Jorge M. & Darlene Pérez Collection, Miami
MORE ABOUT ARTCENTER/SOUTH FLORIDA ArtCenter/South
Florida was founded by Ellie Schneiderman in the spring of 1984 on
Lincoln Road in Miami Beach as an organization to address the
community’s cultural needs. Today, ArtCenter is credited as being the
catalyst for the revitalization of Lincoln Road and its surrounding
areas, having provided studio residencies and exhibition opportunities
to more than 1,000 visual artists, while also offering art classes and
outreach programs to the community.
ArtCenter/South Florida prides itself in being one of the
few institutions in South Florida that grants free admission to all of
its exhibitions and other public programming in an effort to make the
arts accessible to all. Exhibitions and programs at ArtCenter/South
Florida are made possible with the support of the Miami-Dade County
Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the
Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners; the Miami
Beach Mayor and City Commissioners; and the State of Florida, Florida
Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Arts
Council; the National Endowment for the Arts; and the John S. and James
L. Knight Foundation.
For more information, visit artcentersf.org, 924 Lincoln Road in Miami Beach, or call 305/674-8278.