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Artist-Guided Tour with Mateo López: “Mateo López: Undo List”

Mateo López’s “Undo List” at the Drawing Center in SoHo is the Colombian artist’s first solo museum exhibition in the US. The multidisciplinary installation will feature works on paper, sculpture, performance, and projected film. Join Mateo López; Claire Gilman, Senior Curator at the Drawing Center; and Natalie Bell, Assistant Curator at the New Museum, for a ... Continue reading ›

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Body Politic: From Rights to Resistance: Session Two

Livestream for this event will be available at 11:30 a.m. RThis event features information sessions with lawyers, activists, and grassroots organizers on issues of bodies under duress: civil disobedience, protest, healthcare, policing, prisons, immigration, environmental contamination, and indigenous rights. Each session will focus on resource sharing and modes of resistance, and will include p... ... Continue reading ›

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Body Politic: From Rights to Resistance: Session One

Livestream for this event will be available at 11:30 a.m. RThis event features information sessions with lawyers, activists, and grassroots organizers on issues of bodies under duress: civil disobedience, protest, healthcare, policing, prisons, immigration, environmental contamination, and indigenous rights. Each session will focus on resource sharing and modes of resistance, and will include p... ... Continue reading ›

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Digital Social Memory

Livestream for this event will be available at 2 p.m. RWith the in-house development of Webrecorder —an initiative that puts high-fidelity web archiving and playback capabilities into the hands of users— Rhizome has been working toward the goal of fostering a more durable, ethical, decentralized, and inclusive future for digital social memory.If social memory can be ... Continue reading ›

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Professional Development Seminar for Educators: Making Safer Spaces

Acknowledging that schools, museums, community centers, and other learning environments exist within, rather than apart from, the power structures of the world at large, how might teachers actively create a safer climate in which to challenge these structures together with students? This workshop will focus on deepening our understanding of the intersections of gender, sexuality, race, ... Continue reading ›

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Public Servants in the Future Imperfect

Organized by the New Museum and A Blade of Grass, this event celebrates the launch of Public Servants: Art and the Crisis of the Common Good and Future Imperfect . The event will feature presentations by and discussions with Ben Davis, Tom Finkelpearl, Rick Lowe, and Laura Raicovich.Public Servants: Art and the Crisis of the Common ... Continue reading ›

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From Obscurity to Prominence: The Discovery and Stewardship of Outsider Art

Managing an artist’s career or estate requires extreme sensitivity and astute business skills. Often, outsider artists present dealers and scholars with a somewhat unique quandary of management and interpretation, as the artists are frequently either dead when their work is discovered, or are perceived as having a limited ability to talk about the meaning of their ... Continue reading ›

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First Look: Artists’ VR

New Museum and Rhizome present a conversation in conjunction with “First Look: Artists’ VR,” an exhibition of newly commissioned works for mobile virtual reality. At this special event, a selection of artists participating in “First Look: Artists’ VR”—Jeremy Couillard, Jayson Musson, Peter Burr, Rachel Rossin, and Jacolby Satterwhite—will demonstrate their works and reflect on the distinct ... Continue reading ›