Located in Menerbes, South of France
link / https://www.facebook.com/doramaarhouse/
Until the end of July in Residency in the Dora Maar House, (Brown Foundation Fellows Program).
Panel discussion The Future of Public Space,
The panel Tuesday, June 19th at the West End Library in D
Panel in support of The Future of Public Space, the latest volume SOM Thinkers book series.
These volumes seek to inspire critical debate about the social, ecological, economic and political dimensions of the built environment.
Organized by Publications team at the architecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM).
Recipient Dora Maar Fellowship
Dora Maar House in Ménerbes, FranceJuly 2018
The Brown Foundation Fellows Program, based at the Dora Maar House in Ménerbes, France, provides residencies of one to three months for mid-career professionals in the arts and humanities to concentrate on their fields of expertise.
The Institution of Oblivion is a multidimensional collaboration established with the Office of Human Rights in Haiti and is concerned with the inhumane pre-trial detention of inmates. Haiti’s judicial system lacks the right of habeas corpus, which requires a person under arrest to be brought before a judge. Individuals accused of a crime fall victim to a precarious system, often descending into institutional oblivion with no legal recourse. Haiti’s legal and prison system is an overt expression of the country’s underlying economic disparity, emphasized by the fact that the entire state system is administered in French while the majority of people speak Haitian Creole.
“Petite Papier” are notes written on whatever available paper that inmates hand to visitors, lawyers, or anyone exiting the prison, screaming for recognition of their existence and their rights, a message-in-a -bottle seeking anything that might bring hope and salvation.
Institution of Oblivion part of Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago.
The exhibit will travel to five venues from now until the fall of 2019
Project supported by the Getty Foundation Pacific Standard Time
Below please see the travel schedule for Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago.
May 31 – September 23, 2018
The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery
& Sugar Hill
Columbia University, NYC
October 13 2018 – January 13, 2019
The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum
Portland Museum of Art
June 22 – September 8, 2019
Delaware Art Museum
Silent Territory: 24th Edition Casablanca International Video Art Festival Morocco
curated by Mohamed Thara.
various venues, Casablanca, Morocco
24 Apr 2018 - 28 Apr 2018
DICTIONARY OF MARX: A MULTIMEDIA BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY
Curated by John Feffer
On May 5th, Marx’s 200th birthday, the one-time-only multimedia experience, Dictionary of Marx, gives you the chance to reencounter the work of the German economic philosopher Karl Marx. A dozen of Washington, DC’s most engaging presenter-performers will come together at the Capital Fringe Theatre responding to key words from the Marxist lexicon in a series of artistic interpretations.
Revolution/ A collaborative effort
- Edgar Endress
- Henry Mills
- Silvana Straw
- Henry Mills
- Hatum Cesar Saenz Painemilla
- Layla Alshaer
- Jennifer Crewalk
Mexican Cultural Institute, Washington DC
Wednesday, March 21st.
PANEL OVERVIEW: Transformer continues our ongoing FRAMEWORK Panel Series with FRAMEWORK Panel #27: Challenging Colonialism in Contemporary Art. This panel will highlight emerging artists challenging commonly held notions of how their identities have been defined through colonialism, history, and popular culture.
This panel is presented in conjunction with Transformer’s Spring exhibition, Queer Tropics - a group exhibition that considers the abstract idea of the tropics and how that vision has been variously created, reinforced, and confronted. Originally opened in November 2017 at Pelican Bomb Gallery X in New Orleans, Queer Tropics features artworks that examine the visual and cultural systems through which one imagines the landscape of the tropics as a site of leisure, sensuality, and play.
Making Public Art Now
Location: Morrin Centre’s College Hall, Quebec Canada
Moderator: Sarah Tanguy, Curator for the Art in Embassies, U.S. Department of States, Independent Curator and Arts Writer
Tom Ashcraft, Artist and Founding Member of the Workingman Collective
Tara Lapointe, Director of Outreach and Business Development, Canada Council for the Arts
Ashley Molese, Curator, Creative Producer and Festival Manager
Edgar Endress, artist George Mason University
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd, 2018
Celestial Emporium, on view from January 16 — February 17, 2018.
Duke Hall Gallery of Fine Art hours are:
James Madison University
Harrisonburg, VA USA
Celestial Emporium includes the collaborative projects with:
Pepe Coronado, Adler Pierre, Calicien Banel, Office of Human Rights Haiti, Marcos Moreno, Narda Zapata, Chris Rackley and Brooke Marcy.
2nd Edition International Video Art Festival/
Dec 24 2017 - Jan 03 2018
Addis Video Art Festival intends to provide a platform for innovative video art in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The festival will screen throughout the city in a variety of locations including street corners, rooftops, public centers and art centers. By sharing video art in both conventional and non-conventional settings, the festival will reach both the artist community and the everyday passerby. The festival aims to create a dialogue between local, and international artists by encouraging digital media culture.
La Escuela Superior de Diseño ESDi
Friday October 20, 2017
A collaboration between Adler Pierre, Calicien Banel, Office of Human Rights Haiti and Edgar Endress with incarcerated Haitians.
Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago, curated by Tatiana Flores, is MOLAA’s Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA exhibition
September 16, 2017 - February 25, 2018
Read an overview of the exhibition by Julia P. Herzberg in Arte Al Dia:
And additional articles:
CAI / The Collective Arts Incubator
The Collective Arts Incubator is present Duty of Care, a group exhibition in various media by an international trio of artists; Max King Cap (USA), Edgar Endress (Chile), and Nuttaphol Ma (Thailand). Examining our social and political obligations to our fellow citizens—and the manifold ways in which we shirk this duty—the artists in Duty of Care document, enact, and embody our responsibilities and failings.
Organized by Jennifer Vanderpool and Ciara Ennis
Birdland and the Anthropocene Exhibition curated by Lynne Parks
October 6-29, 2017
In this group show at The Peale and related programs in Baltimore’s schools and communities, curator and Baker Prize-winning artist, Lynne Parks, invites us to consider how our city’s architecture and the built environment impact the natural ecosystems in the Anthropocene, the new geological era in which human activity has dramatically altered the Earth through climate change and other influences.
Peale Museum link
Review / Bmoreart.com
Download catalog / link