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Christel Vesters

on Apr 08 in by

Christel Vesters is an art critic, researcher, and curator based in Amsterdam and London. Christel studied art history and curating in Amsterdam (University of Amsterdam), New York (New York University), and London (Goldsmith’s College), and holds an MA in Art … read more

The Greenroom: Programs and Events

on Feb 19 in by

Film Screenings and Lectures: March 24 – 28 All events take place on the Bard College Campus and are free and open to the public.  For more information, please call CCS Bard at 845.758.7598 or writeccs@bard.edu. Monday, March 24th  Avery … read more

Charles Esche: 2014

on Feb 07 in by

Since 2004, Esche has been Director of Van Abbemuseum. In 2010, he established theL’Internationale confederation together with 6 other European museums from Istanbul to Madrid. The initiative aims to construct a pan-European modern and contemporary art institution by 2017.  Between 2000 … read more

Farewell Editorial

on Jan 21 in by

The Red Hook Journal is fueled, first and foremost, by a deep-seated belief in curatorial education, as one of the few things that stand a chance of introducing a modicum of institutional accountability within the field. The Center for Curatorial … read more

Elisabeth Sussman: 2013

on Jan 10 in by

Elisabeth Sussman is the Curator and Sondra Gilman Curator of Photography at the Whitney Museum of America Art. Most recently, Sussman, along with co-curator Jay Sanders, curated the 2012 Whitney Biennial. Prior to that, her exhibition Paul Thek: Diver, A Retrospective completed its … read more

Imprisonment

on Dec 12 in by

By the end of the 90’s and the beginning of the 2000’s the number of incarcerated people in the United States was one of the largest in the world. This made visible a problem that then became even more prominent … read more

Public Space Interventions

on Dec 12 in by

Our urban condition is lived through our experiences in public space, this space where we encounter the other, where the public sphere comes to life, where opinions are formed. During the 90’s an understanding that spaces that were once public … read more

Art and the Public

on Dec 12 in by

A topic that never looses its relevance is the relationship between artists, artworks, and the public realm. These relationships can include the interactions between art and the audience, art and the institutions or art and public space. The different possible … read more

Reclaiming the Streets

on Dec 12 in by

Reclaiming the Streets is a movement that originally started in the United Kingdom in 1991 with the intention of empowering communities and enabling them to take control of public space. Reclaiming the Streets and the subsequent protests and activities they … read more

Marginalia: Tracking the Public

on Dec 12 in by

The Traveling Magazine Table (TMT) consists of a collection of a broad variety of international magazines, journals, and similar printed publications produced by non-profit and alternative spaces, artists’ collectives, groups, teams, and other forms of collaborations. The Traveling Magazine Table … read more

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