CCS Bard Spring Exhibitions, May 13 – 27, 2007
Roni Horn, Portrait of an Image (with Isabelle Huppert), 2005
100 photographs in up to 20 sequences of 5, Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth Zurich London.
Spring Exhibitions in the CCS Galleries, May 13 27, 2007
Opening reception: Sunday, May 13, 1:00 4:00 pm
from rest to rest
Four artists working with digital media call attention to our mobile presence in space. (Ricci Albenda, Peter Campus, David Rokeby, Peter Rose)
Curated by Emily Zimmerman
Works by Glenn Ligon, Jorge Macchi, and Ernesto Neto are presented in association with novels and literary criticism to raise questions about cultural contexts.
Curated by Florencia Malbrán
Repeat Performances: Roni Horn and Ragnar Kjartansson
One hundred portraits and an incessant performance, each questioning identity and difference.
Curated by Markús Thór Andrésson
Mirror Mirror on the Wall: Intersubjectivity in Parallax
If theres such a thing as a pornography of the emotions, then this is an orgy of an art show. (Lara Alcántara, María Elena Alvarado, Enrique La Cruz, Diego Lama, José Miyashiro)
Curated by Max Hernández Calvo
Come On Pilgrim: A 110-Mile Exhibition
A map and audio companion lead visitors to six commissioned projects between New York City and the CCS, each based in a journey. (Robert Bryn, Karl Larsson, Joanna Malinowska, Lee Walton, James Walsh)
Curated by Laura Mott
These exhibitions were made possible with support from the Rebecca and Martin
Eisenberg Student Exhibition Fund; the Audrey and Sydney Irmas Charitable
Foundation; the Patrons, Supporters, and Friends of the Center for Curatorial Studies;
and by the Centers annual benefit for student scholarships and exhibitions. Additional
support for the spring exhibitions has been provided by the Monique Beudert Fund and the Mondriaan Foundation.
Limited free seating is available on a chartered bus that leaves from New York City for the exhibition opening. The bus returns to New York City after the reception. Reservations must be made in advance by calling the Center at 845-758-7598.
Wednesday Sunday, 1:00 5:00 pm
All CCS Bard exhibitions are free and open to the public.
Also on view: WRESTLE, the inaugural exhibition at the Hessel Museum of Art, draws from 40 years of work from the Marieluise Hessel Collection. Instead of providing an overview of Hessel’s collection or a selection of greatest hits, WRESTLE presents provocative juxtapositions that suggest contesting conceptual strategies or the use of similar material approaches to markedly contrasting ends. Many works zero in on questions of psychological struggle, the self divided against itself, and masculinity, sexuality, and violence. Curated by Tom Eccles and Trevor Smith
The Center for Curatorial Studies
The Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College (CCS Bard) is an exhibition and research center dedicated to the study of art and exhibition practices from the 1960s to the present day. The Centers graduate curriculum is specifically designed to deepen students understanding of the intellectual and practical tasks of curating exhibitions of contemporary art, particularly in the complex social and cultural situations of present-day urban arts institutions. In November, 2006, CCS Bard inaugurated the Hessel Museum of Art, a new 17,000 square-foot building for exhibitions curated from the Marieluise Hessel Collection of more than 1,700 contemporary works. For further information, call the Center for Curatorial Studies at 845-758-7598, e-mail email@example.com, or visit www.bard.edu/ccs .