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FILM SCREENING AND PANEL DISCUSSION: SONIC SEA

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WhiteBox presents 

SONIC SEA (60′)

FILM SCREENING AND PANEL DISCUSSION
SEPTEMBER 28, 2016 | SCREENING 7PM – PANEL TO FOLLOW

 

SONIC SEA, directed by Daniel Hinerfeld, Michelle Dougherty

Sonic Sea is a 60-minute documentary about the impact of industrial and military ocean noise on whales and other marine life. It tells the story of a former US Navy officer who solved a tragic mystery and changed forever the way we understand our impact on the ocean. The film is narrated by Rachel McAdams and features Sting, in addition to the renowned ocean experts Dr. Sylvia Earle, Dr. Paul Spong, Dr. Christopher Clark and Jean-Michel Cousteau. Sonic Sea was produced by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and Imaginary Forces in association with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) and Diamond Docs.

Following the screenings, the panel will be moderated by Joel Chadabe, president and founder of Ear to the Earth, adjunct faculty at NYU, author, and composer whose works have been featured at the Venice Biennale, Ars Electronica (Linz, Austria), Inventionen (Berlin), and other venues and festivals as a complement to his environmental concerns.

 

Hon. Steven S. Honigman
Former General Counsel of the Navy
The Honorable Steven S. Honigman served as the General Counsel of the Navy and received the Navy Department’s Distinguished Public Service Award. He is committed to supporting naval operations while protecting environmental resources. He is currently an attorney is private practice in New York City.

 

William J. Parker, III, Ph.D.
Former Commodore, United States Navy
William J. Parker is a retired senior naval officer with multiple combat tours who commanded three ships and served as Chief of Staff for United States Naval Forces. He is currently COO of the East West Institute.

 

Francine Kershaw, Ph.D.
Marine Mammals Science Fellow, Natural Resources Defense Council
As a member of the NRDC’s Marine Mammal Protection Project, Dr. Kershaw identifies areas of the ocean that are crucial for marine mammals and then assesses how vulnerable those areas are to human impacts. She combines information on marine mammal behavior, genetics, and oceanography using geospatial tools to advocate for and improve marine mammal protections.

 

The programs of WhiteBox are made possible in part by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and New York State Council for the Arts

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Carla Gannis, Brian L. Frye, Dmitry “Dima” Strakovsky & Tim Schneider | The Art Markets Are Present

The Art Markets Are Present

Carla Gannis, Brian L. Frye,Dmitry “Dima” Strakovsky & Tim Schneider

Thursday, August 25 | 7 pm

"Autoeroticomplete" is the title 2015, animated gif by Carla Gannis

“Autoeroticomplete” is the title
2015, animated gif by Carla Gannis

Special presentation discussing the intersection between art, technology, and business.  Followed by a panel discussion with the artists and writers.

Moderated by Lara Pan

Free Admission

About the Participants

Carla Gannis
www.carlagannis.com
@carlagannis

Carla GannisCarla Gannis identifies as a visual storyteller. With the use of 21st Century representational technologies she narrates through a “digital looking glass” where reflections on power, sexuality, marginalization, and agency emerge. She is fascinated by digital semiotics and the situation of identity in the blurring contexts of physical and virtual.


Gannis has also participated on numerous panels regarding intersections in art and technology including “Let’s Get Digital” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and “Cogency in the Imaginarium” at Cooper Union and at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In 2015 her speculative fiction was included in DEVOURING THE GREEN:: fear of a human planet: a cyborg / eco poetry anthology, published by Jaded Ibis Press.

Since 2003, Gannis’ work has appeared in over 20 solo exhibitions and numerous group exhibitions both nationally and internationally. Her most recent solo exhibitions include “A Subject Self-Defined” at TRANSFER Gallery, Brooklyn, NY and “The Garden of Emoji Delights” both at Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT and at The Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY. Features on her work have appeared in The Creators Project, The Huffington Post, Wired, Buzzfeed, FastCo, Hyperallergic, Art F City, Art Critical, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, ARTnews,  and The LA Times, among others.


Brian Frye
http://ournixon.com/
@brianlfrye
Brian FryeBrian L. Frye is a filmmaker, writer, and professor of law. His films explore relationships between history, society, and cinema through archival and amateur images. In 2013, he produced the documentary Our Nixon, which was broadcast by CNN and opened theatrically nationwide.

Brian L. Frye is also Spears-Gilbert Associate Professor of Law at the University of Kentucky College of Law. He joined the faculty of the College of Law in 2012. He teaches classes in civil procedure, intellectual property, copyright, and nonprofit organizations, as well as a seminar on law and popular culture.

Brian’s films have been shown by The Whitney Museum, New York Film Festival, Pacific Film Archive, New York Underground Film Festival, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Warhol Museum, Media City and Images Festival. His films are in the permanent collection of The Whitney Museum. His writing on film has appeared in October, The New Republic, Film Comment and The Village Voice. A Professor of Law at the University of Kentucky, his legal scholarship concerns interactions between the law and the arts, focusing on issues relating to nonprofit organizations and intellectual property. Brian is a Creative Capital grantee and was named one of Filmmaker Magazine’s “25 New Faces of Independent Film” in 2012.

Dmitry “Dima” Strakovsky
www.shiftingplanes.org/
@dima_strakovsky

Dmitry "Dima" Strakovsky Dmitry “Dima” Strakovsky was born in St.Petersburg, Russia in 1976. He has lived in the United States since 1988. Dima completed his MFA degree at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s Department of Art and Technology and stayed in Chicago for several years producing art and working for various companies in the toy invention industry. He has been able to parlay this experience into a series of classes that deal with electro-mechanical fabrication and software development in the arts.

Dima’s work spans diverse media and conceptual interests. Collaborative performances, media installations, drawing and sculptural works are just some of the examples of different modalities that define his output. His work has been included in a variety of exhibitions and events at venues such as Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Moscow Biennale, Mediations Biennale (Poznan) and Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art.

Tim Schneider
www.thegray-market.com/about/
Tim Schneider
Tim Schneider is a an LA based freelance writer who primarily focuses on the intersection of art, tech, and business. He founded the blog The Gray Market in 2013. The Gray Market seeks to help fine artists, art dealers, and arts professionals build sustainable careers in an industry where economics are seldom discussed, best practices have yet to be developed, and technology is (finally) creating change.

Previously, he spent seven years in the Los Angeles gallery sector, primarily overseeing prominent private and corporate collections, as well as project-managing site-specific installations by leading blue-chip artists. While he continues writing, Schneider now also consults on diverse projects for dealers, artists, collectors, and startups, as well as providing expert testimony in legal matters on the inner workings of the art market. His first book, The Great Reframing: How Technology Will––and Won’t––Change Contemporary Art Sales Forever, will be completed later this year.

 

Conceived by Lara Pan

Contact: press@whiteboxny.org

Presented by WhiteBox
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Sarah Singh + Rey Parla | The Creative Process in Art & Filmmaking

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WhiteBoxLab>> Critical Thursdays

Sarah Singh + Rey Parla

The Creative Process in Art & Filmmaking

Special presentation introducing their singular practices
Followed by panel discussion moderated by Lara Pan

About the Artists

Sarah Singh
A filmmaker, artist, award-winning documentarian and photographer, Sarah Singh was born    into the RScreen Shot 2016-08-16 at 5.21.49 PMoyal family of Patiala, Punjab in India. As a  young child, her family moved to the US and it was not  until her early 20s that she was able to psychologically  connect with India, but once it happened, she was    totally ‘seduced by it’. Her latest artistic expression, A  Million Rivers saw a world premiere at the Victoria and  Albert Museum, London, and has since screened at    the Kunsthalle Bremen, Germany and as a private    preview at the Löwen palais, Berlin to much acclaim    and applause.

I consider myself primarily an architect of images, and writing poetry is an intrinsic part of this architectural filmmaking process because it helps me distill the conceptual framework.

For Whitebox Lab, she will discuss her practice and show select parts of A Million Rivers, her surrealist work of film art which stars legendary actors Om Puri and Lillete Dubey. A Million Rivers will have its North American premiere November 2016 in New York City.

Sarah’s next film will star some of the world’s most interesting actors and is set in Germany. It will challenge both an American film genre and an American art aesthetic that has been dominated by men.

 

Rey Parlá
Rey Parlá is a Cuban American visual artist working in photography, painting and filmmaking. Parlá firReyst received recognition for his “motion-paintings” at the 12th Annual Miami International Film Festival. Parlá’s time based media works are short Super 8 film documentaries he then hand-painted, edited, and collaged after shooting his brother José Parlá and friends while they created mural painting projects in Miami. Early exposure to Hip Hop culture and its environment drew him to photography and filmmaking. Parlá references artists such as Georges Méliès, Man Ray, Len Lye, Stan Brakhage, Tony Conrad, and László Moholy-Nagy and many others who often time radically contradicted the current view that photography or filmmaking must only depict the natural world.

I am the camera. My hands the mechanical levers, my eyes the prism and lens, my energy processes “negative capability” through painting, scratching, and drawing while using line and light to deconstruct and re-construct the mysteries of the visual image as I create self-portraits on this celluloid material of emulsions.”

Parlá has received Honorable Mentions and Special Event Presentations for his films : Rumba Abstracta, Sporadic Germination, and The Revolution of Super 8 Universe: A Self-Portrait at several film festivals like: The Anti Film Festival, The Alliance Cinema, Milan International Film Festival, Flower Film Festival, The Central Florida Film & Video Festival, The Independent Feature Project, El Museo Universitario de Ciencias y Arte Roma (MUCA Roma), The Lynn and Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Image Archives, and The Cuban Alternative Film Festival in Little Habana. Parlá is currently preparing for an upcoming show at *happylucky no.1* gallery in Brooklyn, New York.

Conceived by Lara Pan

Contact: press@whiteboxny.org

Presented by WhiteBox
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The programs of WhiteBox are made possible in part by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs
and New York State Council for the Arts

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The Art Markets Are Present Carla Gannis, Brian L. Frye,Dmitry “Dima” Strakovsky & Tim Schneider Thursday, August 25 | 7 pm Special presentation discussing the intersection between art, technology, and business.  Followed by a panel discussion with the artists and… Continue reading

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Outsider Art Film Screening & Rare Works on View S.S.S. (Sava Sekulic Self-Taught) Thursday, Aug 4 @ 7pm

Sava Sekulić, The Pig with the Four Heads, 1960
WhiteBoxLab>>Critical Thursdays 

 Outsider Art Film Screening & Rare Works on View

S.S.S. (Sava Sekulic Self-Taught)
Thursday, August 4 | 7pm
Free Admission

 

About the Film


Sava Sekulić (1902-1989), a poet and a painter, was a unique phenomenon in Serbian modern art having been part of the ‘marginal’ group L´Art Brut. Illiterate until the age of 30, he taught himself how to read and write, signing his works “CCC” (SSS in Cyrillic) standing  for Sava Sekulić Samouk, “Samouk” meaning Self-Taught. This film was recorded in Belgrade and Jagodina (Svetozarevo, Ex-Yugoslavia) in 1973, remaining the only existing documentary on his life and work.

 

About the Artist

After being rejected and mistreated in his poverty-stricken hometown of Bilisani in Croatia, the 17-year old Sava Sekulić set out for a new life.  Barefooted, he marched from place to place, working at various odd jobs across Croatia, the Lika region, Slavonia and Syrmia, and eventually found himself in Belgrade where he lived for the rest of his life. He took any job he got offered – farm laborer, lumberman, bricklayer, and factory worker – and struggled just to barely survive. In 1924, he married his first wife who passed away shortly after their only child’s death. Deeply affected by yet another tragic loss, Sava Sekulić started painting and writing poetry in 1932. Having been an illiterate until the age of 30, he taught himself how to read and write and signed his works “CCC” meaning “SSS” in the Cyrillic alphabet and standing for Sava Sekulić Samuk, “Samuk” meaning self-taught.

 

About the Director


Slobodan D. Pesic was born in 1956 in Novi Sad, Serbia, Yugoslavia. He is a director and writer, known for The Harms Case (1987), Heart of a Dog and Recycle This Movie.

Pesic also co-wrote (with Annie Gottlieb) a book: “The Cube” (HarperCollins SF, 1995), which has been translated into 6 languages. The Cube is an imagination game—and more—that holds a secret you are dared not to reveal. Last seen making the rounds in the coffeehouses of Eastern Europe, the Cube is rumored to be of ancient Sufi origin, but no one really knows for certain. This mystery game just seems to reappear when and where it is needed. Now it is here! Inside these pages, the game is revealed along with intriguing stories of others who have played the Cube—including such celebrities as Gloria Steinem, Willem Dafoe, Erica Jong, and Judy Collins.

 

Conceived by Lara Pan

 

 

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The programs of WhiteBox are made possible in part by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and New York State Council for the Arts

 

 

JOHN CAGE: MAN AND MYTH (1990) SCREENING PREMIERE – LIVE MUSIC & FILM & PANEL

DATE: Sat. April 2 at 6-9pm LOCATION: WhiteBox 329 Broome Street Suggested donation $10, students/seniors $5 Director Mitch Corber’s “John Cage: Man and Myth”—the rarely seen 1990 cult documentary classic capturing Cage, the zen genius, in his twilight years yet… Continue reading

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RECYCLING RELIGION

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RECYCLING RELIGION
December 13 – January 17, 2016

 

Opening reception / Meet the artists.
Join for a conversation with Masha Alyokhina.
Sunday Dec. 13, 5-8 pm

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Punk Prayer by Pussy Riot

 

Press on Recycling Religion 

 

Artnet News, Pussy Riot’s, Maria Alyokhina on Her Plans for a Women’s Museum, by Cait Munro

 

Press Release

 

Recycling Religion examines the role of religion in Russia and Eastern Europe since the collapse of the Soviet empire. Paradoxically in the modern age, the once repressed and dormant Orthodox Church has evolved in the past quarter century to become an intrinsic and powerful extension of the State, commanding broad influence over life beyond its purely spiritual role.

 

From art and entertainment to dress code, and numerous other aspects of personal behavior, this essentially anachronistic religion insinuates its moralizing, oppressive influence and rancid style into life at large.

 

In the case of art, the Church goes to extreme lengths to impose and control popular taste, to the inevitable disgust of a new generation of artists—a stellar and representative group of which is represented in this exhibition—who dare to employ Orthodox imagery and symbolism to undermine the established religious canon and the dystopia it fosters in harness with state power.

 

To such artists, the Church is but a hollow vessel that sustains itself only with elaborate stage sets and costumes, outdated ritual, and severe moralizing. However, it is their contention that while the regurgitated apparatus of the official Church represents a moribund ideology, it serves also as a foil by which art can transcend tradition and discover the new-within-the-old.

 

This subterfuge is depicted vividly, and in fact compassionately, in this exhibition, in which, through installation, performance, video, and graphic art, the conservative and radical poles of post-Soviet society are shown to in fact interact. As one allegedly spiritual force engages in tearing the world apart while pretending to mend it, another, more pragmatic, biological force appeals to the need to rebuild society out of the ruins of Orthodoxy, thus recycling religion, rather than eradicating it entirely.

 

Marat Guelman / Juan Puntes.

 

Recycling Religion Artists

 

Pussy Riot, Oleg Kulik, Dmitri Gutov, Iija Soskic,
Jelena Tomasevic, Recycle Group, Alexander Kosolapov, Duke Riley + Mac Premo, Federico Solmi, Robert Priseman, ANVIL Collective, Electroboutique,
Vladimir Kozin, Pavel Brat, Arsen Savadov

 

 

Press contact : press@whiteboxny.org

 

Recycling Religion  is supported in part by Dukley European Art Community, Martin C. Liu and WhiteBox board members

 

 

The programs of WhiteBox are made possible in part by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and New York State Council for the Arts

 

Special thanks to Postmasters Gallery, Richard Taittinger Gallery, and Magnan Metz Gallery
Special thanks to media sponsor artnet
                    Martin C. Liu and Associates

 

WINTER BENEFIT – HONORING PUSSY RIOT

    Winter Benefit   Honoring Pussy Riot   With the WhiteBox / Martin C. Liu Arts & Humanity Award   Punk Prayer by Pussy Riot   Wednesday December 16, 2015   @ 8pm   Cocktail reception, dinner & art raffle… Continue reading

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Winter Benefit – Honoring Pussy Riot

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Winter Benefit

 

Honoring Pussy Riot

 

With the WhiteBox / Martin C. Liu
Arts & Humanity Award

 

Punk Prayer by Pussy Riot

 

Wednesday December 16, 2015

 

@ 8pm

 

Cocktail reception, dinner & art raffle

 

Conversation with Masha Alyokhina / Pussy Riot
and special guests

 

Eleanor Heartney

 

Carolee Schneemann

 

Martha Wilson

 

Dread Scott

 

Marjorie Martay

 

 Press on Pussy Riot:

 

The Daily Beast, Why Pussy Riot Won’t Stop Fighting, by Anthony Haden-Guest

 

 Artnet News, Pussy Riot’s, Maria Alyokhina on Her Plans for a Women’s Museum, by Cait Munro

 

Location: Artnet Headquarters 233 Broadway NY NY 10007

Contribution Information:

Link to support WhiteBox at $300

Link to support WhiteBox as an artist at $100

Wine:

Meursault Les Meix Chavaux – 2013

Chateau Meyney Prieur de Meyney – 2005

Dinner catered by Plataforma

Introduction by Marat Guelman and Masha Alyokhina on new Balkans Women’s Museum

 

Donations include a chance to win an original artwork by:

Mary Mattingly

 Duke Riley / Mac Premo

Eduardo Gil

 

Link to exhibition with Pussy Riot press release
Press contact : press@whiteboxny.org

 

Recycling Religion  is supported in part by Dukley European Art Community, Martin C. Liu Associates and WhiteBox board members

 

 

The programs of WhiteBox are made possible in part by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and New York State Council for the Arts

 

Special thanks to Postmasters Gallery, Richard Taittinger Gallery, and Magnan Metz Gallery
Special thanks to media sponsor artnet
                   Martin C. Liu and Associates

 

Video Documentation – Intimate Transgressions: The Act of Doing

OCTOBER 1, 2015 PARTICIPANTS Anita Glesta, Fion Gunn, Eleanor Heartney, Shirin Neshat, Luisa Valenzuela, Juan Puntes, Raul Zamudio, Marjorie Martay The Sackler Center presents a discussion of art’s role in raising awareness of war, genocide, rape, and sexual violence, as… Continue reading

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HERE AND ELSEWHERE, AT WAR, AND INTO THE FUTURE: PALESTINE

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LIVE WEB STREAM PANEL DISCUSSION
Organized and moderated by Mohammad Salemy as part of the Fixing the Future Platform 

Hosted Live at Whitebox Art Center | 329 Broome St New York, NY 10002

Panelists: Joseph Audeh, Ariella Azoulay, Judith Rodenbeck, Alex Shams, and Myriam Vanneschi

Link to YouTube Video Stream

An uncanny timeliness opened an unexpected connection between global contemporary art and geopolitics this month when, following the escalation of Israel’s military operations in Gaza, a planned exhibition of works from and about the Arab world opened at New York’s New Museum of Contemporary Art. Not only is the exhibition the biggest of its kind but, in addition to works from Palestinian artists throughout the show, the fifth floor of the museum houses a separately curated presentation of art and archival materials about and from Palestine.

It’s merely a truism to respond to this happenstance with the well-known quote by Walter Benjamin, that “there is no document of civilization which is not at the same time a document of barbarism.” However, investigating the subtleties of Benjamin’s link between civilization and barbarism seems especially pertinent to these coincidental exposures of the politics of the Arab world in that the operating logics of both Israel’s Operation Protective Edge and New Museum’s Here and Elsewhere each in their own way contend with the form and content of the anticolonial resistance that has historically provided the Raison d’être for so much of Arab art, specifically contemporary art from Palestine.

In this conversation organized by Mohammad Salemy, Ariella Azoulay, Joseph Audeh, Judith Rodenbeck, Alex Shams, and Myriam Vanneschi will discuss what connections can be made between seemingly unrelated categories of military and museum as well as war and art.

The Middle East continues to be a primary site for the blood-drenched transformations of our planetary geopolitical system and is now also taking a leading role in the emergence of a global contemporary art. The discussion will consider whether the coincidental exposure of geopolitical violence in the Middle East and art from the region to audiences in the global north can help us understand the future of Palestine and the place of production and distribution of contemporary art in the future.

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Joseph Audeh is an artist whose work combines science, culture and technology to explore the physical and political landscape of the Middle East. In 2013, Audeh developed Machine for Raising Water, an adaptation of a thousand-year-old irrigation device, with farmers in the Nile River Valley and water mechanics in Cairo at Townhouse Gallery. Audeh’s projects have appeared at New York University, Whitebox Art Center (New York), Virginia Commonwealth University Qatar (Doha), the Mediterranean Science, Policy, Research and Innovation Gateway (Cairo), and Makan Art Space (Amman). He currently works for Trevor Paglen and is a member of the New Museum’s art + technology incubator, NEW INC.

Ariella Azoulay (born 1962), teaches at the Department of Modern Culture and Media and the Department of Comparative Literature, Brown University
Her recent books include  From Palestine to Israel: A Photographic Record of Destruction and State Formation, 1947-1950, (Pluto Press, 2011), Civil Imagination: The Political Ontology of Photography (Verso, 2012) and The Civil Contract of Photography (Zone Books, 2008). Azoulay is also the She is the curator of When The Body Politic Ceases To Be An Idea, Exhibition Room – Manifesta Journal Around Curatorial Practices No 16 (folded format in Hebrew, MOBY, 2013), Potential History (2012, Stuk / Artefact, Louven), Untaken Photographs (2010, Igor Zabel Award,  The Moderna galerija, Lubliana; Zochrot, Tel Aviv), Architecture of Destruction (Zochrot, Tel Aviv), Everything Could Be Seen (Um El Fahem Gallery of Art).

Judith Rodenbeck is an art historian and critic based in New York and Los Angeles. A past editor of Art Journal, she is also author of Radical Prototypes: Allan Kaprow and the Invention of Happenings. Her essay on Akram Zaatari’s missives is forthcoming this fall.

Alex Shams is an editor at Ma’an News Agency, the largest independent news agency in Palestine. He is also an editor-in-chief of Ajam Media Collective, a blog focused on society and culture in Iran and Central Asia. A native of Los Angeles, he received his master’s in Middle Eastern studies with a focus on gender in modern Iran from Harvard University in 2013. His work focuses on gender, urbanism, and Islamic political thought in the region. He has previously lived in Lebanon, and currently resides in Bethlehem.

Myriam Vanneschi is an independent curator and writer from the Netherlands. Her interests include Social Practice art, New Media art, feminism and art in a global context. She is a contributor to ArtBerlin and Hyperallergic. Very recently, she curated NO EXIT by Khaled Jarrar at Whitebox Art Center.

Mohammad Salemy is an independent Vancouver-based critic and curator from Iran. He has curated exhibitions at the Koerner Gallery and AMS Gallery at the University of British Columbia, as well as the Satellite Gallery and Dadabase. He co-curated Faces exhibition at the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery. In 2014, Salemy organized the Incredible Machines conference in Vancouver. Salemy holds a masters degree in Critical and Curatorial Studies from the University of British Columbia.

Link to Fixing the Future http://fixingthefuture.info

Here and elsewhere, at war, and into the future: Palestine

Live Web Stream panel discussion organized and moderated by Mohammad Salemy as part of the Fixing the Future Platform  Tuesday August 5, 2014, 6PM EST Hosted Live at Whitebox Art Center | 329 Broome St New York, NY 10002 Panelists:… Continue reading

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