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Bartolini will take part in two panel discussions at this year’s Art Festival of Hey.
Art as Memory
Sunday 15 November 2009, 2:00pm
Massimo Bartolini, Stephanie Rosenthal, Sarah Appleby, Jonathan Dronsfield, Jan Dalley chairs
Can art survive as memory alone? Installation artist Massimo Bartolini, Hayward Gallery chief curator Stephanie Rosenthal, philosopher Jonathan Dronsfield, and Burning Man artist Sarah Appleby go in search of remembrance.
The Future of Ephemeral Art
Sunday 15 November 2009, 3:30pm
Charlotte Bonham-Carter, Michael Archer, Massimo Bartolini, Eleanor Lindsay-Fynn chairs
Is ephemeral art the future or merely a flash in the pan? What will the galleries of the future look like? Former Ruskin School director Michael Archer, artist Massimo Bartolini and Charlotte Bonham-Carter of the ICA peer into the crystal ball.
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Musèe D’Art Contemporain De Montrèal, Canada
10 October 2009 – 03 January 2010
Solo exhibition of Tacita Dean’s ambitious 6 screen study of the late Merce Cunningham performing to John Cage’s seminal composition Stillness.
Sprengel Museum Hannover, Germany
29 November 2009 – 28 March 2010
Exhibition to celebrate Dean’s acceptance of the prestigious Kurt Schwitters Prize for visual arts.
Publication: revised and expanded edition
Published by Phaidon Press October 2009
One of the most comprehensive publications on Dumas’ practice featuring work from the start of the artist’s career until today – now greatly revised and expanded.
Survey by Dominic van den Boogerd, Interview by Barbara Bloom, Focus by Mariuccia
Casadio, Artist’s Writings by Marlene Dumas, Update by Ilaria Bonacossa
Published by Other Criteria October 2009
Using paint and line to portray the nude female body in words Banner questions the difference between looking and perceiving; the separation between experiencing something, and the language we use to describe it.
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, USA
25 September 2009 – 28 February 2010
Exhibition marking Calame’s recent Albright-Knox residency featuring drawings and paintings, traced at numerous sites in and around the city of Buffalo.
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