Friday, April 18, 2008

Discussion Reminder @SVA: International Art Fairs and the White Cube

April 18th, 7pm to 9pm, School of Visual Arts, Main Auditorium
Address: 209 East 23 Street, between 2nd and 3rd ave, NY, NY 10010-3994

Panel Discussion Topic: International Art Fairs: The White Cube and Globalization
Panelists: Senior Curator of the Sender Collection, Todd Levin, and art journalist for New York Magazine, Portfolio, and the WSJ's art section, Alexandra Peers
Moderator: Director of Art Comments, Peter Duhon
Organizational facilitator: ATOA
Cost: $7 dollars


Art Comments is delighted to invite everyone to an upcoming panel discussion probing the significance and context of the global and cultural phenomenon of contemporary art fairs. Distinguished panelists Todd Levin and Alexandra Peers have a broad range of global experience in all aspects of the art market that will allow for a provocative survey of the annual, global and transient White Cube. This discussion is facilitated by the nonprofit organization Artist Talk on Art.

"Alexandra Peers was a founding editor, and later Features Editor, of The Wall Street Journal's Weekend section, overseeing a wide-ranging expansion of the newspaper's arts and culture, Hollywood, travel and food reporting. Prof. Peers has served on the White House Council on Culture and Diplomacy and writes often for New York Magazine, the Journal, Portfolio, The New York Times. Articles she has edited or written have won the University of Missouri School of Journalism Award, Lifestyle Writing; the Atrium Award. She has made regular appearances on NBC and has spoken at the NEA, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Smithsonian. She was the first female reporter to cover the Olympics for the Wall Street Journal." - The Journalism School, Columbia

Todd Levin is senior curator and art adviser for one of the most sought after, and preeminent contemporary art collections today, the Sender Collection. A collection that includes (to name a few)

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