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Yuko Hasegawa (Sharjah, Istanbul, Sao Paolo, Moscow, Thailand and other Biennales & Tokyo Museum of Contemporary Art Curator) at 20-22 The Ongoing Biennial

March 24 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm UTC-4

Yuko Hasegawa

(Sharjah, Istanbul, Sao Paolo, Moscow, Thailand and other Biennales; Venice Japan Pavilion and Tokyo Museum of Contemporary Artistic Director) at 20-22 The Ongoing Biennial

in conversation with FHI Social Practice Lab Director Pedro Lasch

with a response from Gennifer Weisenfeld, scholar of Japanese Art History, AAHVS Professor, and former Dean of Humanities at Duke.

NOTE: Because of the significant time difference this conversation will be pre-recorded, but still presented at our usual 1-2pm EST Time. Attending public will be able to use the Q&A during the webinar and we will share all comments and questions with our guest.

Yuko Hasegawa is Artistic Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo (2016 – present) and Professor of Graduate School of Global Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts (2016 – present). She will be the Director of the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa (2021.4-). She is also Artistic Director of Inujima Art House Project (2011-present).

She has worked on numerous biennale projects, including: The 7th International Moscow Biennale: Clouds⇄Forests (Curator, 2017-2018), Unfamiliar Asia: The Second Beijing Photo Biennial (2015), The 11th Sharjah Art Biennial “Re Emerge – Toward a New Cultural Cartography” (Curator, 2013), The 29th São Paulo Biennial (Co-curator, 2010), The 12th Venice Architecture Biennale (Artistic Advisor, 2010), Venice Biennale 2003, 50th International Exhibition of Art, Japan Pavilion (2003), Shanghai Biennale 2002 (Co-curator, 2002-2003), and The 7th International Istanbul Biennial (Artistic Director, 2001).

Free and open to all, anywhere in the world

Guest bio, registration link, and full calendar information included below

20-22 The Ongoing Biennial – A Weekly Conversation Cycle with International Curators

Every Wednesday 1-2pm (EST/GMT-5)

Jan 27th and May 5th, 2021

Organized by Pedro Lasch and the FHI Social Practice Lab with support from the Franklin Humanities I World Arts Initiative at Duke University, this Conversation Cycle is part of a larger program entitled ’20-22 The Ongoing Biennial’. In person visits with some of our guests will also be presented at a later stage in collaboration with the the AAHVS Department and the Nasher Museum of Art.

Set in the context of an unprecedented pandemic, global shutdowns, and the rethinking of every aspect of exhibition making, our remote conversations will include curators and other international arts professionals. The first year of the public program will focus on short online dialogues with individual guests. Our one hour long remote events will begin with a casual interview, focusing on the particular trajectory and ideas of each guest in the series, followed by comments from a respondent and questions from the audience. Within this format, we also hope to provide an opportunity for joint reflection on these highly unusual times. Programming for the second year will be announced at a time of greater certainty.

One-time registration at this link will give you access to all of these free and public events:

https://duke.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEsd-uhrDgiE9dKfiHakJ_kA58R76wSVlH9

 

See full calendar below and click on guest names to see bios and more information for each week

Jan 27 – Ralph Rugoff

Feb 3 – Cuauhtémoc Medina

Feb 10 – Trevor Schoonmaker

Feb 17 – Candice Hopkins

Feb 24 – Lucia Pietrioiusti

Mar 3 – Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev

Mar 10 [Break]

Mar 17 – Andrea Giunta

Mar 24 – Yuko Hasegawa

Mar 31 – Miguel López

Apr 7 – José Roca

Apr 14 – Gabi Ngcobo

Apr 21 – Hoor Al Qasimi

Apr 28 – Rujeko Hockley

May 5 – Ruangrupa

Details

Date:
March 24
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm UTC-4
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FHI Social Practice Lab
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