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Where Are We and What Time Is It? On Beginning to Curate Suzanne Lacy

Posted on January 11, 2018

Where Are We and What Time Is It? On Beginning to Curate Suzanne Lacy
by Dominic Willsdon

Full text: http://www.abladeofgrass.org/fertile-ground/time-beginning-curate-suzanne-lacy/

Published on A Blade of Grass, December 20, 2017.


Posted on January 12, 2018

On Thursday December 14, ICI Trustee Sam Moyer, and Executive Director Renaud Proch, hosted a holiday drink and tour of WIDE WAKE, Sam Moyer’s first solo show at Sean Kelly Gallery.

Studio visit with Angel Otero

Posted on January 13, 2018

On Wednesday, September 27th, Anna Stothart, Director at Lehmann Maupin, gave a tour to ICI supporters of Angel Otero’s studio in advance of his upcoming solo exhibition at the Bronx Museum curated by Christian Viveros-Faune.

Publishing Against the Grain in Art Agenda

Posted on January 20, 2018

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Sean O’Toole a journalist, critic, and editor living in Cape Town reviews Publishing Against the Grain for the January 2018 edition of Art Agenda: “The broad reach of “Publishing Against the Grain,” which aggregates little magazines from Brazil, Canada, Iran, Peru, Sri Lanka, and Uganda with varying degrees of affinity to the art world, invites relational comparison. My summary outtake: materiality still matters to independent publishers, whatever their location, as does the idea of a curious reader. The exhibition takes shape around a selection of reading material from nineteen publishers, including artist-book publisher Raking Leaves (Sri Lanka) and web platform Our Literal Speed (United States), some of who also nominated additional publications for display. It is a familiar form of curatorship by fiat, but nonetheless yields a material richness that is laid out on old school desks for browsing and accessible through wall-mounted electronic devices. The nominations obviously function as declarations of affinity, but just as often they map kinship and influence. ” To read the full review, continue here.

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Apichatpong Weerasethakul Sourcebook: The Serenity of Madness

Posted on January 29, 2018

Edited by Weerasethakul himself, Apichatpong Weerasethakul Sourcebook: The Serenity of Madness, offers a collection of perspectives on the multi-faceted practice of one of the leading artists and filmmakers of his generation. Read a review of the book from Art in America (January 2018) here. Encompassing the full complexity of the artist’s practice across media, this publication compiles a wide range of source materials and texts that have informed his work over the last two decades, including personal photographs, email conversations among friends, excerpts of websites and scientific studies, and poetry. It also features interviews by the film curator Andrea Lissoni, the art curator Gridthiya Gaweewong, and the Thai political activist Withit Chandawong. Purchase the book here.