hosting talk by leandro katz, national library of argentina, borges auditorium, buenos aires.
photo by urayoan noel
talk (march 24) with negar ahkam as part of the exhibition ‘distance’ at dorsky curatorial projects, nyc, curated by betsy alvin and steve locke.
‘ordinary violence,’ performance with terri witek at the atlantic center for the arts.
photos by jared alan smith (1) and urayoan noel (2, 3)
An important tbt: last Friday@_annexband@heklerkehosted the first AnnexB Fórum, “Against Nostalgia,” with the special participation of@cyriacolopesand presented by the ACCA group, formed by me,@raphaelamelsohn,@yudirafaeland#felipesteinberg. We had a great conversation at the end with the participation of other artists and scholars. Thank you so much@_annexband@heklerkefor opening that space. Thanks so much to everyone who came! Swipe through to look at pictures of all presentations.#Repost@heklerkewith@get_repost
AnnexB's (@_annexb) inaugural AnnexB Forum meeting hosted by HEKLER Medium, Against Nostalgia, and the ACCA Workgroup, formed by Tatiane Schilaro (@tatianeschilaro), Raphaela Melsohn (@raphaelamelsohn), Yudi Rafael (@yudirafael) and Felipe Steinberg.
Crimes Agains Love, by Cyriaco Lopes (@cyriacolopes), Associate Professor and Deputy Chair of the Art and Music Department, John Jay College/CUNY, memorializes victims of intolerance and violence against LGBTQ+ individuals and communities.
Thank you everyone who joined us in discussion about authoritarian forces in current political climate in Brazil and the history of indigenous resistance.
AnnexB Forum is a series of open discussions about themes related to art made by Brazilians and their relationships to the United States.
HEKLER is an interdisciplinary collaborative platform that fosters critical examination of hospitality and conflict. HEKLER organizes events, exhibitions, and discussions with art practitioners, cultural workers, and community organizers that take place at venues provided by HEKLER, collaborators and allies.
ACCA’s goal is to develop an ongoing discussion on the effects of authoritarianism to the production of art and its institutions, focusing on Brazil, but also bringing examples from other countries.
Talk about Brazilian Art at the Museum of Modern Art in Rio. Part of Stetson's MFA of the Americas visit to Rio.
(image by Pablo Vindel)