March 23, 2018 - Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College - Spring Exhibitions and Projects
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March 23, 2018

Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College

Design by Jack Loel

Spring Exhibitions and Projects
April 8–May 27, 2018

Opening reception: April 8, 1–4pm

Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College
33 Garden Road
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York 12504-5000
United States

T +1 845 758 7598
ccs@bard.edu

www.bard.edu

Beginning on April 8, the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College (CCS Bard) presents 15 exhibitions curated by second-year students in its graduate program, organized as part of the requirements for the master of arts degree. Conceived and organized over 15 months, the exhibitions present bold, original arguments, and take the form of focused solo exhibitions, thematic group shows, and even ambitious reconsiderations of earlier movements or artistic tendencies. Research for student exhibitions was often anchored in CCS' unique and extensive Library and Archives, and several shows include work from the Marieluise Hessel Collection.

Individual exhibitions opening are as follows:

Born Losers
Artist: Darja Bajagić
Curated by Laura Brown

Her split body is a crack in our community (Bard)
Artists: Amy Lien & Enzo Camacho
Curated by Levi Easterbrooks

Not Quite Verbatim
Artists: Jay Chung and Q Takeki Maeda, D’Ette Nogle, Amie Siegel, Audra Wolowiec
Curated by Max Fields

The skin of the sound
Artists: Park McArthur, Naama Tsabar, Constantina Zavitsanos
Curated by Talia Heiman

So long ago it feels like a memory of someone else
Artists: Robert Blanchon, Glen Fogel, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Jenny Perlin, Stéphanie Saadé with Charbel-joseph H. Boutros
Curated by Andrew Hibbard

An unbound knot in the wind
Artists: Anna Betbeze, Louise Bourgeois, Youmna Chlala, Virginia Lee Montgomery, and David Wojnarowicz
Curated by Alison Karasyk

To clear the ground of weeds
Artists: Abbas Akhavan, Mona Hatoum, and Beatriz Santiago Muñoz
Curated by Sabrina Maltese

Measures of Authority
Artists: Terence Sellers, Chris Kraus, and Leigh Ledare
Archival materials: Jimmy DeSana Trust; Sylvère Lotringer Papers & Semiotext(e) Archive and Terence Sellers Papers, Fales Library & Special Collections
Curated by Selby Nimrod

Everything is going to be fine
Artists: Camille Blatrix, Electronic Disturbance Theater 2.0/b.a.n.g. lab, Nam June Paik, Emily Wardill
Curated by Thomas Patier

I have become direction
Books and works by stanley brouwn
Curated by Santiago Silva Daza

In and Out of Place
Artists: Patricia L. Boyd, Lena Henke, Candice Lin & Patrick Staff, Eileen Quinlan
Curated by Hannah Spears

Fashion Work, Fashion Workers
Featuring Bernadette Corporation Fashion Line, RUN Collection (Susan Cianciolo), BLESS, DIS
Curated by Jeppe Ugelvig

L’impudeur
Artists: Moyra Davey and Hervé Guibert
Curated by Janique Préjet Vigier

More than mere jelly 
Artists: Frances Barrett, Tom Burr, Nina Canell, Alex Martinis Roe, and Rosemarie Trockel
Curated by Amelia Wallin

Counting the Waves
Artists: Terence Broad, John Gerrard, Gaëtan Robillard, with text by Wang Wei
Curated by Ruiyu Xu

For related programming please see our full website here. The CCS Bard Galleries and Hessel Museum of Art at Bard College are open Thursday through Sunday from 11am to 5pm. All CCS Bard exhibitions and public programs are free and open to the public. For a seat on the free chartered bus from New York City for the April 8 opening please call T +1 845 758 7598 or email ccs [​at​] bard.edu. Reservations are required.

Student-curated exhibitions at CCS Bard are made possible with support from the Rebecca and Martin Eisenberg Student Exhibition Fund; the Mitzi and Warren Eisenberg Family Foundation; the Audrey and Sydney Irmas Charitable Foundation; the Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation; the Board of Governors of the Center for Curatorial Studies; the CCS Bard Arts Council; and by the Center’s Patrons, Supporters, and Friends.

Also on view in the Collection Teaching Gallery: Warhol: Unidentified, presenting 83 Polaroid portraits by Andy Warhol that feature people who remain unknown. The exhibition is part of Warhol x 5, a collaboration of five Hudson Valley university art museums who participated in the Andy Warhol Photographic Legacy Program.

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