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Oct 10 - Artists on Artists Lecture at Dia:Chelsea, Richard Aldrich on Walter De Maria
Oct 15 - Bus tour to Blinky Palermo: Retrospective at CCS Bard and Dia:Beacon
Oct 15 - Walkthrough of Blinky Palermo: Retrospective 1964-1977 with artist Liliana Porter
Oct 16 - Last chance for Koo Jeong A at the Dan Flavin Art Institute
Oct 22 and 23 - Yvonne Rainer at Dia:Beacon
Oct 27 - Readings in Contemporary Poetry at Dia:Chelsea, Rae Armantrout and Lisa Jarnot
Oct 28 - MoMA film screening: Agnes Martin's Gabriel (1976)
Oct 29 - Gallery Talk at Dia:Beacon: Christian Rattemeyer on Franz Erhard Walther

Artists on Artists Lecture Series 

Richard Aldrich on Walter De Maria

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Monday, October 10, 6:30 pm

 

Dia:Chelsea

535 West 22nd Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10011

www.diaart.org  

 

$6 general, $3 Dia members, students, and seniors.

To make a reservation, click here.

 

Born in 1975 in Hampton, Virginia, Richard Aldrich lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Recent exhibitions include Contemporary Art Museum St Louis (2011), Centro Galego de Arte Contempor�nea (2011), Kunstverein Freiburg (2010), the Whitney Biennial (2010) and an upcoming presentation at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (2011).

For more information on the Artists on Artists Lecture Series at Dia:Chelsea, click here.

Bus tour to Blinky Palermo: Retrospective 

at CCS Bard and Dia:Beacon

 Palermo_Bard_Beacon    

Saturday, October 15, 2011

 

Dia:Beacon, Riggio Galleries

3 Beekman Street, Beacon, NY 12508

www.diaart.org  

 

Center for Curatorial Studies (CCS Bard)

Bard College

Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504

www.bard.edu/ccs/ 

 

Tickets start at $20. Advance purchase required.
To purchase tickets, click here.

 

Dia Art Foundation and the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College (CCS Bard) invite you to experience in its entirety one of the most acclaimed exhibitions of 2011, Blinky Palermo: Retrospective 1964-1977. Join us on a coach tour to CCS Bard and Dia:Beacon, and enjoy the Hudson Valley during peak foliage season. This special day trip is a last-chance opportunity to view the first North American retrospective of the work of Blinky Palermo (1943-1977) before it closes on October 31, 2011.

Each ticket includes round-trip transportation from New York City, entry to both institutions, and a reservation for a walkthrough with artist Liliana Porter at Dia:Beacon.

For more information, click here.

 

Blinky Palermo: Retrospective 1964-1977 

Exhibition walkthrough with artist Liliana Porter

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Saturday, October 15, 2011, 2 pm

 

Dia:Beacon, Riggio Galleries

3 Beekman Street, Beacon, NY 12508

www.diaart.org  

 

Free with museum admission.

To make a reservation, click here.

 

Liliana Porter, born in Argentina, currently resides in New York. She works across mediums in printmaking, works on canvas, photography, video, installations, and public art projects. Her many solo exhibitions include recent presentations at Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston (2010); Sicardi Gallery, Houston (2009); Galer�a Ruth Benzacar, Buenos Aires (2009); and a major retrospective at Museo Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City (2009). A Guggenheim Fellow (1980), she was also the recipient of three New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowships (1999, 1996, 1985), the Mid Atlantic/NEA Regional Fellowship (1994), and seven PSC-CUNY research awards (1994-2004).

For more information on Dia's series of Artist Walkthroughs of the Palermo Retrospective, click here.

Last chance at the Dan Flavin Art Institute 

Koo Jeong A: Constellation Congress


Koo Jeong A_DFAI

Closes Sunday, October 16, 2011

 

The Dan Flavin Art Institute
Corwith Avenue, off Main Street, Bridgehampton, NY 11932
www.diaart.org 

Free to the public.

 

For her Dia exhibition, artist Koo Jeong A created a massive series of enigmatic drawings rendered in indigo ink on photographic paper. For two more weeks, 60 of these new works on paper can be seen in the first floor gallery of the Dan Flavin Art Institute. Upstairs, nine of Flavin's iconic fluorescent lights created between 1963 and 1981 remain on permanent view. 

For more information, click here.

Yvonne Rainer at Dia:Beacon 

First performances in Dia's 2011-2012 retrospective series

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Saturday, October 22, 1 pm and 3 pm

Sunday, October 23, 1 pm and 3 pm

 

Dia:Beacon, Riggio Galleries

3 Beekman Street, Beacon, NY 12508

www.diaart.org  

 

Tickets $35 general, $24.50 for Dia members, $28 for students and seniors

To purchase tickets, click here, or call 845 440 0100 x 45.

 

Over three weekends in 2011 and 2012, Dia will host a retrospective series of performances by renowned choreographer Yvonne Rainer. Selections will include a range of works dating from 1961 to 2010.

 

October Program
Three Seascapes (1962)
Three Satie Spoons (1961)
Trio A: Pressured with 5 people (forward, retrograde, facing, in the midnight hour) (1999-2011)
Chair/Pillow (1969)

 

For more information, click here.

Readings in Contemporary Poetry

Rae Armantrout and Lisa Jarnot

 Armantrout_Jarnot     

Thursday, October 27, 2011, 6:30 pm

 

Dia:Chelsea

535 West 22nd Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10011

www.diaart.org  

 

$6 general, $3 Dia members, students, and seniors.

To make a reservation, click here.

 

Rae Armantrout is the author of eleven books of poetry including her most recent publication, Money Shot (2011), and her recent collection, Versed (2009), which won the 2010 Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award. Armantrout received an award in poetry from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts in 2007 and a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2008. She is Professor of Poetry and Poetics at the University of California, San Diego.

Lisa Jarnot, a resident of Queens, New York, is the author of four collections of poetry including Night Scenes (2008). Her biography of the poet Robert Duncan will be published by University of California Press in 2012.

For more information on the Readings in Contemporary Poetry Series at Dia:Chelsea, click here.

Screening of Agnes Martin's Gabriel (1976)

at The MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation

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Friday, October 28, 2011, 7 pm

 

The Museum of Modern Art

11 West 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019

212 708 9400

www.moma.org  

 

Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2)

 

To Save and Project, MoMA's international film preservation festival, celebrates its ninth year with gloriously preserved masterworks and rediscoveries of world cinema. This year's festival includes over 35 films from 14 countries, one of which is Agnes Martin's only completed film, Gabriel (1976).

The Museum of Modern Art, in cooperation with The Pace Gallery, has undertaken the preservation of this historically unique work that both illuminates and complicates our understanding of the artist and her paintings. Presented by Arne Glimcher, founder of The Pace Gallery; Douglas Crimp, art critic and curator; and the artist Zoe Leonard. 78 min.

 

For more information on MoMA's screening, click here.

Agnes Martin is an important new anthology that brings together the most current scholarship on Martin's paintings by twelve multidisciplinary essayists who consider various aspects of the artist's four-decade career. Published by Dia Art Foundation, and featuring essays by Gabriel presenters Douglas Crimp and Zoe Leonard.

To pre-order a copy of Dia's new Agnes Martin publication, click here.

Gallery Talk at Dia:Beacon 

Christian Rattemeyer on Franz Erhard Walther

 Walther_Conversation   

Saturday, October 29, 2011, 2 pm

 

Dia:Beacon, Riggio Galleries

3 Beekman Street, Beacon, NY 12508

845 440 0100

www.diaart.org  

 

Free with museum admission.

To make a reservation, click here.

 

Christian Rattemeyer is the Harvey S. Shipley Miller Associate Curator in the Department of Drawings at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. At MoMA, Rattemeyer curated the exhibitions Lines, Grids, Stains, Words (2007-2008) and Compass in Hand: Selections from The Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection. From 2003 to 2007, Rattemeyer was the curator at Artists Space in New York. He has contributed regularly to art magazines such as Parkett, Texte zur Kunst, and Artforum and has published widely on contemporary art. His most recent book is Exhibiting the New Art: Op Losse Schroeven and When Attitudes Become Form 1969.

For more information on Dia:Beacon's series of Gallery Talks, click here.

Images (in order of appearance): Installation view of Andy Warhol: Shadows at the Hirshhorn, September 25, 2011-January 15, 2012. Photo: Cathy Carver. Dia Art Foundation. � 2011 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc./Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Walter De Maria, The Lightning Field, 1977. Long-term installation in Western New Mexico. Photo: John Cliett. Copyright Dia Art Foundation. Photo by Bill Jacobson. Installation view of "Blinky Palermo: Retrospective 1964-1977" at CCS Bard. Photo by Bill Jacobson. Installation view of "Blinky Palermo: Retrospective 1964-1977" at Dia:Beacon. Liliana Porter, To Go Away, 2008. Pencil drawing and cut out on paper. Image courtesy the artist. Blinky Palermo, Mirror Object, 1973. Marieluise Hessel Collection, Hessel Museum of Art, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. Photo: Chris Kendall. Koo Jeong A, drawing from the series Dr. Vogt, 2010. Ink on paper. "Koo Jeong A: Constellation Congress," The Dan Flavin Art Institute, Bridgehampton, NY. November 5, 2010-September 4, 2011. Yvonne Rainer, Assisted Living: Good Sports 2, 2011. Photo: Paula Court. Courtesy of Performa. Rae Armantrout (photo: Rosanne Olson) and Lisa Jarnot. John Ashbery. Reading March 10, 2011, at Dia Art Foundation. Photo: Paul Salveson. Franz Erhard Walther, Zentriert, (1967). Dia:Beacon, Riggio Galleries, Beacon, NY. Courtesy Dia Art Foundation. Photo: Paula Court. Franz Erhard Walther, 8 Nesselplatten (1963), Zwei Pappr�hren (Verlegenheitsst�ck) (1962), Zwei Gl�ser mit Reis (1963), and Handbrett I (1962/1963). Photo: David Allison.

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