Re-Take: A Panel on Art and Appropriation

– Tuesday 27 November 2007. 01:01

Judith Barry, Sarah Charlesworth, Anthony Huberman, and Richard Phillips
Moderated by Michael Newman

The Kitchen
512 West 19th Street
New York, NY 10011
$7

This panel discussion examines the use of appropriation in contemporary art, considering the various approaches to appropriation adopted by three different generations of artists spanning the 1970s to today. The panel will be moderated by art historian and writer Michael Newman, the author of Richard Prince: Untitled (couple) recently published by Afterall Books.

Box Office: 212 255 5793 x 11
www.thekitchen.org

Issue 16 Launch and Film Screening

– Tuesday 13 November 2007. 01:01

Reception 7:45 pm | Film 8:30 pm

Roy & Edna Disney/CalArts Theater (REDCAT)
631 West 2nd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
$9 / $7 Students / $4 CalArts

Launch of Afterall 16 and screening of Ulrike Ottinger's Madame X: An Absolute Ruler.

In this cult feminist pirate film, the harsh beauty Madame X calls upon women to trade their comfortable but dull lives for a world of danger and adventure on the China seas. Among those that gather aboard her ship, Orlando, are a housewife, a diva, a psychologist, a 'native' beauty, and an artist (played by Yvonne Rainer). Fueled by discontent, their utopia unravels as they begin to ritualize the power games of the outside world.

Box Office: 213 237 2800

www.redcat.org
www.ulrikeottinger.com

Ibon Aranberri in conversation with Pablo Lafuente at documenta 12

– Tuesday 17 July 2007. 01:01

Documenta Halle, Kassel

Ibon Aranberri and Pablo Lafuente will talk about Aranberri's work, including the two projects he is exhibiting in Kassel as part of documenta 12.

www.documenta12.de

Lunch Lecture at documenta 12

– Saturday 14 July 2007. 01:01

Documenta Halle, Kassel

'Editorial Practices and Criticality': a discussion about the role of critique in current editorial practice.

Sasa Janjic (Remont, Belgrade), Lisette Lagnado (trópico, São Paulo) and Pablo Lafuente (Afterall). Moderated by Christian Höller (Springerin, Vienna).

www.documenta12.de

Lunch Lecture at documenta 12

– Thursday 12 July 2007. 01:01

Documenta Halle, Kassel

'On Curatorial Methods: Universalist Frescoes, Grand Statements and Major Exhibitions': a panel discussion on the objectives and limitations of large-scale curatorial projects, with special focus on documenta 12.

Lisette Lagnado (trópico, São Paulo), Victor Misiano (Moscow Art Magazine, Moscow), Charles Esche
(Afterall) and Pablo Lafuente (Afterall). Chaired by Cosmin Costinas (documenta 12 magazines).

www.documenta12.de

Afterall 15 and Fillip 6 Launch and Panel Discussion

– Thursday 28 June 2007. 01:01

Mandrake Bar, La Cienaga Blvd, Los Angeles

We are pleased to announce the publication of Afterall issue 15 and issue 6 of Fillip. We invite you to join us at the Mandrake Bar in Los Angeles for drinks and a panel discussion about the state of contemporary art journals.

www.mandrakebar.com
www.fillip.ca

Mark Lewis talk at documenta 12

– Tuesday 19 June 2007. 01:01

Documenta Halle, Kassel

Following his essay published in Afterall issue 14 and the first issue of documenta 12 magazine, Mark Lewis will be discussing the greater and lesser moments of a past and yet present modernity in architecture, film and painting.

This talk is part of the documenta 12 magazines Lunch Lecture programme


www.documenta12.de

Joan Jonas Book Launch

– Thursday 24 May 2007. 01:01

westlondonprojects, 2 Shorrolds Road, London

Afterall is pleased to announce the London launch of Joan Jonas, I Want to Live in the Country (And Other Romances) by Susan Morgan. The launch will coincide with the opening of Jonas's exhibition at westlondonprojects.

As part of this event Joan Jonas will be in conversation with Bettina Funcke from Dia Art Foundation in New York, for which the artist recently produced a major performance.

www.westlondonprojects.org

Marc Camille Chaimowicz & Tom Holert

– Monday 21 May 2007. 01:01

Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, Southampton Row, London

On Monday 21 May, Marc Camille Chaimowicz and Tom Holert will have a conversation about Chaimowicz's Celebration? Realife at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, London.

Marc Camille Chaimowicz was born in Paris and teaches in the M.F.A. course at the University of Reading and is visiting consultant at L'École Nationale des Beaux-Arts, Dijon. Tom Holert is the author of the book Marc Camille Chaimowicz: Celebration? Realife, recently published by Afterall Books.

Presented in association with ICFAR Curated Conversations, University of the Arts London.

www.icfar.co.uk
www.csm.arts.ac.uk

documenta 12 magazine at The Photographers' Gallery, London

– Wednesday 9 May 2007. 01:01

The Photographers' Gallery, 5 & 8 Great Newport Street, London

On 9 May, Afterall will co-host a discussion at The Photographers' Gallery on documenta 12 magazines. documenta 12 magazines has been working over the past two years on setting up a network of collaboration and exchange with around 100 magazines from all over the world. The project will be featured this summer in Kassel through a weekly programme of seminars, lectures and other events.

Georg Schöllhammer, director of documenta 12 magazines, presents the project in a conversation with some of the partner editors: Ric Allsopp (Performance Research), Christine Frisinghelli (Camera Austria), Pablo Lafuente (Afterall) and Peter Osborne (Radical Philosophy).

www.photonet.org.uk
www.documenta12.de/magazine.html

Joan Jonas: I Want to Live in the Country (And Other Romances)

– Tuesday 17 April 2007. 01:01

Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), West 22nd Street, New York

EAI and Afterall present a screening of Joan Jonas's 1976 video work I Want to Live in the Country (And Other Romances), which Morgan's new book explores. Jonas will be present to introduce and talk about this haunting non-linear video narrative. Following the screening Susan Morgan will lead a discussion with Joan Jonas.

Presented in collaboration with ICFAR Curated Conversations, University of the Arts London.

www.eai.org
www.icfar.co.uk

Roberto Ohrt: Akademie Isotrop

– Saturday 24 February 2007. 01:01

Mandrake Bar, La Cienaga Blvd, Los Angeles

Afterall presents a talk by Hamburg-based writer and curator Roberto Ohrt on Akademie Isotrop, the independent art school he co-founded in Hamburg in 1996 and run until 2001. André Butzer, Markus Selg, Jonathan Meese, Birgit Megerle, Daniel Richter and Abel Auer among others participated in a school that investigated new forms of educational practice. This event is part of Afterall's response to 'What is to be done?', one of the themes of the documenta 12 magazine project, of which Afterall is part.

www.mandrakebar.com
www.documenta12.de/magazine.html

Bas Jan Ader: All is Falling

Thursday 4 May 2006. 01:00 – Thursday 24 September 2009. 01:00

Red Lion Square Lecture Theatre
Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, Southampton Row, London

Afterall, in conjunction with Camden Arts Centre, presents a film screening and panel discussion on the occasion of the exhibition 'Bas Jan Ader: All is Falling', and Jan Verwoert's Bas Jan Ader: In Search of the Miraculous, a new publication by Afterall Books.

The discussion will be chaired by Andrea Phillips, MA Curating, Goldsmiths and will include Theo Tegelaers, De Appel and Jan Verwoert, a critic and writer on contemporary art and cultural theory.

www.camdenartscentre.org
www.csm.arts.ac.uk