Past Events

WinterGala Honoring Jeff Koons
Thursday, December 8, 2005, 6:00 PM

 

Cinema Zero Presents The (o) Circle Program
Tuesday, November 22, 2005, 7:00 PM

A selection of short films by Marcel Duchamp, Fia Backström, Jud Yalkut, Steven Parrino, and Michael Snow. Performances by Alex Waterman, Jutta Koether, Amy Granat, and more.

Image: Alex Waterman

 

This May Be What Parallel Play Looks Like
Saturday, November 5, 2005, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

On the occasion of Turkish conceptual artist Ayşe Erkmen's first solo exhibition in the United States, this event presents screenings of video works by a group of international artists - from Turkey and the Balkans as well as from Europe and the U.S. - who explore the paradoxes of region-specific art-making. This May Be What Parallel Play Looks Like proposes a dialogue on issues around self-exoticism. Organized by Defne Ayas.

 

In Practice Artist Walkthrough
Saturday, October 15, 2005, 4:30 PM

Artists participating in SculptureCenter ongoing series of new works by emerging artists lead viewers through the exhibition and discuss their works. Including: Delia Gonzales & Gavin Russom, Amy Granat, Susan Leopold, Josh Smith, and Roy Stanfield.

 

Ayşe Erkmen Presents
Tuesday, September 13, 2005, 6:00 PM

Ayşe Erkmen discusses her commissioned work for SculptureCenter, as well as past projects.

 

Make Music Now II
Friday, July 22, 2005, 8:00 PM

In shaping new directions for experimental music today, artists are finding new ways to incorporate song and melody. Lyrics are folksy but infected, abstract electronic melodies are romantic but obstructed. New electronic music by collaborative duos Mountains (Koen Holtkamp/Brendon Anderegg) and Aki Onda/Alan Licht.

Image: Aki Onda/Alan Licht, photo by Maki Kaoru

 

Make Music Now I
Friday, July 15, 2005, 8:00 PM

In shaping new directions for experimental music today, artists are finding new ways to incorporate song and melody. Lyrics are folksy but infected, abstract electronic melodies are romantic but obstructed. New acoustic music by "avant-folk" newcomers Currituck Co. and Rusty Santos.

Image: Currituck Co., photo by Matthew Connors

 

Make History Now II: A Subjective History of Sculpture (or the story that matters to me most)
Saturday, June 25, 2005, 4:30 PM

This event features Make It Now artists making short presentations about the sculptural moment that matters to them most. Specific artworks, citations, or images from outside of art become a history of sculpture: nonlinear, incomplete, mis-remembered, or otherwise eclectic, but certainly relevant to artists working in sculpture today. Featuring Leslie Hewitt, Luis Gispert, Gareth James, Vincent Mazeau, Lisa Sigal, Fritz Welch, among others.

 

Make History Now I: A Subjective History of Sculpture (or the story that matters to me most)
Saturday, June 4, 2005, 4:30 PM

This event features Make It Now artists making short presentations about the sculptural moment that matters to them most. Specific artworks, citations, or images from outside of art become a history of sculpture: nonlinear, incomplete, mis-remembered, or otherwise eclectic, but certainly relevant to artists working in sculpture today. Featuring Frank Benson, Andrea Cohen, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Nancy Hwang, Jean Shin, Gedi Sibony, among others.

 

Make Conversation Now
Saturday, May 21, 2005, 4:30 PM

A group of established New York-based artists discuss the exhibition in a roundtable moderated by critic and art historian Katy Siegel.

 

Lucky Draw 2005
Thursday, April 14, 2005, 6:00 PM

SculptureCenter's annual spring benefit - guaranteed to keep to you on the edge of your seat!

Lucky Draw 2005 Website

 

In Practice Artist Walkthrough
Saturday, February 26, 2005, 4:30 PM

This artists featured in the In Practice series present their work in an informal exhibition walkthrough. Including: Nicholas Herman, Elana Herzog, Justin Lowe, Linda Post, Karlis Rekevics, Michael J. Schumacher

 

Configuring Petah Coyne: A Roundtable Discussion
Tuesday, February 8, 2005, 7:00 PM

This event features catalogue contributors Eleanor Heartney and Nancy Princenthal, moderated by exhibition curator Douglas Dreishpoon.