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Conversations with Contemporary Artists



Thomas Hirschhorn: Cavemanman, 2002 • Installation: wood, cardboard, tape, aluminum foil, books, posters, videos of Lascaux 2, dolls, cans, shelves, and fluorescent light fixtures, dimensions variable. • Courtesy Barbara Gladstone  • Photo courtesy of  • The Museum of Modern Art
Thomas Hirschhorn: Cavemanman, 2002
Installation: wood, cardboard, tape, aluminum foil, books, posters, videos of Lascaux 2, dolls, cans, shelves, and fluorescent light fixtures, dimensions variable.
Courtesy Barbara Gladstone
Photo courtesy of The Museum of Modern Art
Conversations with Contemporary Artists : Winter/Spring 2004
UNITED STATES
NEW YORK  •  The Museum of Modern Art  •  Ongoing
 
 
Contemporary artists discuss their work, the creative process, and issues in contemporary art. All sessions begin at 6:00 P.M.

February 13
Antenna Design. Masamichi Udagawa and Sigi Moeslinger, collaborators since 1997, create colorful, interactive, and user-friendly designs for high-technology companies and government clients, including the MTA, for whom they designed the MetroCard Vending Machines.

March 12
Thomas Hirschhorn. Thomas Hirschhorn uses found materials to make multilayered structures that challenge the definitions of sculpture, architecture, and monuments.

March 19
Chloe Piene. Chloe Piene infuses her drawings and videos with images of sexuality and death, raising issues of power and survival.

April 2
James Casebere. James Casebere builds small-scale models, which then serve as the subjects of his photographs. The result is a series of life-size images of seemingly haunted fictional spaces.

April 9
Robert Barry. From his early Minimalist paintings to the Conceptual, video, and spoken word pieces he creates today, Robert Barry continues to investigate ideas that frame and determine the meaning of art.


The Museum of Modern Art



Detailed schedule information:
The February 13, March 12, and April 9 programs will be held at the Arts Consortium Auditorium, located at 1 East 53 Street, between Fifth and Madison Avenues. Space is limited to sixty people. The March 19 and April 2 programs will be held at MoMA QNS, 33 Street at Queens Boulevard, Long Island City, Queens. Space is limited to thirty-five people.

Contact: Tel: (1) 212 708 97 81

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