ART BASEL 2013 UPDATE
ART BASEL/MIAMI 2008
Conversations Program 2008
Miami Beach Convention Center

ART BASEL 2013 UPDATE:
  • ART BASEL MIAMI BEACH

  • ART BASEL CONVERSATIONS
    Open to the Public/FREE ADMISSION
    PRESS RELEASE/2008

    All Art Basel Conversations panels take place in the Art Guest Lounge, Entrance D, Miami Beach Convention Center Daily

    What is Art Basel Conversations?

    By staging public encounters between leading cultural figures, Art Basel Conversations offers the show's audience access to first-hand information on important aspects of the international artworld. It is a forum that encourages a lively exchange of ideas, through a series of platform discussions that can range from single artists exploring their practice to larger panels that include the leading players within various scenes and fields of artistic activity.

    The themes of Art Basel Conversations focus on producing, collecting, and exhibiting art. Distinguished artists, art collectors, museum directors, curators, critics, gallerists, publishers, and others active in the cultural sphere take part. Presenting their current and upcoming projects, reporting on their experiences and commenting on the challenges they face, these speakers provide an insider's view and open up the oppor tunity for dynamic and inspiring dialog. After each Art Basel Conversation, there is time allotted for the audience to approach the panel in a more informal fashion.

    THURSDAY

    Dec 4--Premiere/Artist talk
    Chuck Close--Artist, New York
    Vik Muniz--Artist, New York
    MODERATOR--Richard Flood, Chief Curator New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York

    FRIDAY

    Dec 5--the Future of the Museum Africa, America and the World:

    What art institutions does Africa have and need?
    What is its relationship to America and the broader artworld?
    What are the challenges for producing, collecting, exhibiting, conserving, and researching contemporary art in Africa?
    What are the role of artists, institutions, collectors, galleries, and foundations?
    How is the art scene in Africa interacting with the international art world?
    What are the effects of globalisation on its artists and different art scenes?

    Speakers:

    Eungie Joo--Keith Haring Director of Education and Public Programs, New Museum, New York; Commissioner, Korean Pavilion, 2009 Venice Biennale
    Glenn Ligon--Artist, New York
    Raphael Chikukwa--Independent Curator, Harare/London

    CO-MODERATORS:

    Thelma Golden--Director and Chief Curator, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York
    Hans Ulrich obrist--Co-Director of Exhibitions and Programmes and Director of International Projects, Serpentine Gallery, London

    SATURDAY

    Dec 6--Public/Private/The Artist as Philanthropist:

    What are the increasingly important roles that artist-endowed foundations are playing in the today’s art world?
    Which are the risks, opportunities and challenges of funding such a foundation?
    How do artist-endowed foundations vary in their activities?
    What are the aims and focus of these foundations?

    Speakers:

    Charles C. Bergman--President and CEO, Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York
    Jack Cowart--Executive Director, Roy Lichtenstein Foundation, New York
    Jack Flam--President, The Dedalus Foundation, New York
    Christine J. Vincent--Director, National Study of Artist-Endowed Foundations, The Aspen Institute, Washington D.C.
    Nicholas Fox Weber--Executive Director, Josef & Anni Albers Foundation, Bethany, Connecticut
    MODERATOR--Andras Szanto, Author, consultant to arts and philanthropic organizations, New York

    SUNDAY

    Dec 7--Artistic Production,Los Angeles/An Alternate Artworld Model?

    What are the main drivers for the art scene in Los Angeles?
    How does the interaction between the artists’generations come into play?
    How do the different ar t sectors influence each other?
    What role do art schools play?
    And what impact do galleries have?

    Speakers:

    Billy Al Bengston--Artist, Venice, California
    Sterling Ruby--Artist, Los Angeles
    Paul Schimmel--Chief Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

    MODERATOR--Russell Ferguson, Chair, UCLA Department of Art, Los Angeles


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