Post-Crisis Aesthetics | Panel Discussion | September 18 | SVA

Enrique Metinides
Untitled (Primer plano de mujer rubia arrollada e impactada contra un poste,
en avenida Chapultepec, Ciudad de Mexico),
1979 C-print , 20 x 24"
Edition of 15
Courtesy Anton Kern Gallery

7pm - 9pm September 18th, 2009
The School of Visual Arts (SVA), 209 East 23rd Street, NYC, in the Amphitheater

Panelists explore how the economic crisis has affected art, its production and display. Are we experiencing a paradigm shift, and if so, what is the impact? Has the collapse emancipated or restrained the production of art?

Richard Flood (Chief Curator of the New Museum), Josh Baer (Writer and Art Adviser, Baerfax Newsletter), Anton Kern (Gallerist, Anton Kern Gallery), Alexandra Peers (Writer, New York Magazine and Wall Street Journal)
Moderator: Peter Duhon (Director of Programming, ATOA, Art Comments)

The School of Visual Arts (SVA), 209 East 23rd Street, NYC, in the Amphitheater

$7 General Public
$3 Artists and students, Free for SVA students and faculty

Discussion is organized by the New York based non-profit Artists Talk On Art. Art Comments is a signifying, discursive practice that functions internationally as an apparatus within the realm commonly referred to as the contemporary art world.


Frank Zweegers said…
Hmm that looks interesting. I'll have to check my roster but I'm going to write that date down. Thanks!
An interesting photo to compliment this article!