Friday, September 21, 2012

Fall 2012 Art in the First Person Lecture Series

Tuesday September 25th
Stephen Mallon speaks at

 We are pleased to announce that Stephen will be speaking at the Fall 2012 Art in the First Person lecture series, 22 talks that bring together notable artists, curators, and historians for in-depth discussions on issues in the contemporary art. Offering a 360º perspective on art. 

Please visit

Tuesday, September 25, 7pm
Stephen Mallon
136 West 21 Street, Room 418F

Future speakers and lectures include:

•  Photography, Narrative and the Book
•  Marcus Boon: Abject Future: Tyler, the Creator, Azealia Banks and the Politics of Vibration
•  Richard Dupont: Recent Work
•  Darren Ching
•  Elaine Scarry: Beauty and the Pact of Aliveness
•  Molecular Cuisine: The Politics of Taste (conference)
•  Rachelle Mozman
•  Martin Jay: Chromophilia: Kandinsky, Benjamin and the Emancipation of Color
•  We're All Videofreex (symposium)
•  Richard Shiff: Modes of Distraction
•  Nadja Aksamija: The Art of the Facsimile
•  Lance Keimig
•  Randall Schmit: From Abstraction and Back
•  Luc Sante: The Genius of the System
•  Miriam Romais
•  Arthur I. Miller: Jungian Archetypes and Creativity: The Strange Friendship of Wolfgang Pauli and Carl Jung
•  The Talkers: A Panel Moderated by Rochelle Feinstein
•  Bob Sacha
•  Debra Bricker Balken: Harold Rosenberg and the Twilight of the Intellectuals

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