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Barbara Bloom in Conversation with Kelly Kivland


Dia Online

Dia Talks

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27/10/2020 17:00 27/10/2020 23:45 Europe/London Barbara Bloom in Conversation with Kelly Kivland Event DetailsTuesday, October 27, 2020, 5 pmLive on ZoomOn the occasion of Dia’s Artist Web Projects’ twenty-fifth anniversary as well as the recent restoration initiative involving several works, Dia is planning a series of conversations with artists who have participated in the program. The first conversation, between Barbara Bloom and Dia curator Kelly Kivland, will focus on the Artist Web Project Half Full — Half Empty (2008), which takes absence, domesticity, and time as its subjects. The work presents three parallel dialogues that occur at different points in time: past, present, and future. Using the virtual platform as a stage, the viewer encounters a dining table—a digital still life in which people are absent, yet their actions are implied by the movement of objects. In this conversation, Bloom will speak to the origins of the project, its realization, as well as how the current moment has given heightened focus to our domestic lives. RSVP and receive a Zoom link here. Barbara Bloom was born in 1951 in Los Angeles, California. Bloom is a visual artist whose conceptual practice is often centered on photography and installation. She has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions at major national and international institutions including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Serpentine Gallery, London; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Museum Friedricianum, Kassel; Kunsthalle Zürich; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; and Kunstverein München, Munich. Bloom lives in New York City.Kelly Kivland is curator at Dia Art Foundation, where she has organized exhibitions and projects by artists including Carl Craig (2020); Nancy Holt (2018–19); Joëlle Tuerlinckx (2018); François Chaignaud and Cecilia Bengolea (2017); Isabel Lewis (2016); and Nick Mauss and Ken Okiishi (2015), among others. Previously, as assistant curator at Dia, she helped organize Thomas Hirschhorn’s 2013 Gramsci Monument in New York City, Jean-Luc Moulène (2011) at Dia Beacon, and the Yvonne Rainer retrospective (2011–12) also at Dia Beacon. She also currently curates the ongoing Artists on Artists Lecture Series amongst other programs. She holds a master’s degree from the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. Dia Online FALSE DD/MM/YYYY Barbara Bloom in Conversation with Kelly Kivland
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28/10/2020 17:00 28/10/2020 23:45 Europe/London A Conversation with Jill Magid, Matilde Guidelli-Guidi, and Justine Ludwig Event DetailsWednesday, October 28, 2020, 5 pmLive on ZoomIn collaboration with Creative Time This conversation with Jill Magid on her current projects with Dia and Creative Time will address matters of circulation, site, and memory in our moment of crisis. For her exhibition at Dia Bridgehampton, Magid presents the series Homage CMYK (2019), consisting of eleven four-channel screen prints on linen hung to fit the gallery in an immersive installation. In dialogue with Dan Flavin’s permanent display of fluorescent light works on the second floor of the building, the layered, luminous surfaces of Homage CMYK call into question authorship, influence, and how an object changes in relation to its context over time. For her Creative Time commission, Tender (2020), Magid is disseminating 120,000 uncirculated 2020 United States pennies—the edges of which she engraved with the phrase “THE BODY WAS ALREADY SO FRAGILE”—into the national economy. As a dispersed monument that spreads across the country, beginning in New York, Tender engages questions of value in the throes of the pandemic. The conversation will be between Magid and Matilde Guidelli Guidi, Dia’s associate curator, and Justine Luwdig, Creative Time’s executive director. RSVP and receive a Zoom link here. Jill Magid was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, in 1973. She is an artist, writer, and filmmaker. Solo presentations of her work have been held at, among others, the Berkeley Art Museum; Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo in Mexico City; San Francisco Art Institute; Security and Intelligence Agency of the Netherlands; Tate Modern in London; and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City. She has participated in Manifesta as well as the Bucharest, Gothenburg, Incheon, Liverpool, Oslo, Performa, Singapore, and Ural Biennials. She is the author of four novellas and her documentary, The Proposal, premiered at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival. Magid is an associate faculty member in the Art, Design, and the Public Domain program at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and an adjunct teacher at Cooper Union in New York. In December 2019, Magid delivered a performative lecture on Belgian filmmaker and writer, Chantal Akerman as part of Dia Art Foundation’s Artists on Artists lecture series. Magid lives in Brooklyn and Amagansett, New York. Matilde Guidelli-Guidi is Dia’s associate curator and curator of Jill Magid’s exhibition at Dia Bridgehampton, on view through June 6, 2021.  Justine Ludwig is executive director of Creative Time. A new public project by Jill Magid commissioned by Creative Time launched in September 2020.   Dia Online FALSE DD/MM/YYYY A Conversation with Jill Magid, Matilde Guidelli-Guidi, and Justine Ludwig
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Education Program

Saturday Studio on the Farm


Common Ground Farm

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31/10/2020 10:30 31/10/2020 12:00 Europe/London Saturday Studio on the Farm Event DetailsSaturday, October 31, 2020, 10:30 am–12 pm 79 Farmstead LaneWappingers Falls, NY 12590 Join practicing artists for a free outdoor workshop of art making and exploration offered in partnership with Common Ground Farm. Designed for all ages, Saturday Studio is a family friendly program that is most suitable for children ages 5 and up. Saturday Studio begins promptly at 10:30 am at Common Ground Farm. In the case of inclement weather, the program will take place on Sunday, November 1, 2020, 10:30 am–12 pm. In consideration of everyone’s safety, space is limited and reservations are required. Reservations open on Friday, October 23, 2020, at 9 am.  For those that are not able to attend the program, artist-designed exercises for the home will be available through the Saturday Studio mailing list. Program Guidelines:    •   Families attending Saturday Studio must include at least one adult caretaker. Groups should be no larger than six people in total.    •   The program will take place outdoors with social distancing. Families will have individual stations and materials. Programs may involve walking and exploring the grounds of the farm.     •   Face coverings are required throughout the duration of the program except when families are seated at their individual stations.    •   Advanced reservations are required. No walk-ins will be accepted.    •   An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By attending Saturday Studio at Common Ground Farm, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19. For more information, email beaconprogram@diaart.org.  Common Ground is a nonprofit community farm that works hard to ensure food and educational access to everyone in our community. To learn more about their work, visit commongroundfarm.org. Common Ground runs on the generous support of its community. If you are able, please consider making a donation.             Common Ground Farm FALSE DD/MM/YYYY Saturday Studio on the Farm
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Education Program

Saturday Studio on the Farm


Common Ground Farm

Saturday Studio

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07/11/2020 10:30 07/11/2020 12:00 Europe/London Saturday Studio on the Farm Event DetailsSaturday, November 7, 2020, 10:30 am–12 pm 79 Farmstead LaneWappingers Falls, NY 12590 Join practicing artists for a free outdoor workshop of art making and exploration offered in partnership with Common Ground Farm. Designed for all ages, Saturday Studio is a family friendly program that is most suitable for children ages 5 and up. Saturday Studio begins promptly at 10:30 am at Common Ground Farm. In the case of inclement weather, the program will take place on Sunday, November 8, 2020, 10:30 am–12 pm. In consideration of everyone’s safety, space is limited and reservations are required. Reservations open on Friday, October 30, 2020, at 9 am.  For those that are not able to attend the program, artist-designed exercises for the home will be available through the Saturday Studio mailing list. Program Guidelines:     •   Families attending Saturday Studio must include at least one adult caretaker. Groups should be no larger than six people in total.     •   The program will take place outdoors with social distancing. Families will have individual stations and materials. Programs may involve walking and exploring the grounds of the farm.     •   Face coverings are required throughout the duration of the program except when families are seated at their individual stations.     •   Advanced reservations are required. No walk-ins will be accepted.     •   An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By attending Saturday Studio at Common Ground Farm, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19. For more information, email beaconprogram@diaart.org.  Common Ground is a nonprofit community farm that works hard to ensure food and educational access to everyone in our community. To learn more about their work, visit commongroundfarm.org. Common Ground runs on the generous support of its community. If you are able, please consider making a donation.             Common Ground Farm FALSE DD/MM/YYYY Saturday Studio on the Farm

Exhibitions & Projects On View

WAR_Shadows

Andy Warhol: Shadows

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Truitt, Installation view

Anne Truitt

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Le Va, Cleaved Corners, 1969/2019

Barry Le Va

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Carl Craig

April 2020, Artist Playlists

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Carl Craig: Party/After-Party

March 6–Summer 2021, Dia Beacon

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Charlotte Posenenske: Work in Progress

March 8, 2019–January 10, 2021, Touring

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[two additional views, both color corrected]

Dan Flavin

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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JUD_Untitled, 1976

Donald Judd

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Dorothea Rockburne

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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This was wording of original caption, where did it come from?  6 Gray Mirrors (6 graue Spiegel), No. 884/1-6, 2003.

Gerhard Richter

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Imi Knoebel

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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<p>Photo: Eva Deitch</p>

Isabel Lewis

August 2020, Artist Playlists

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<p>Photo: Jennie C. Jones</p>

Jennie C. Jones

June 2020, Artist Playlists

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Jill Magid

July 25, 2020–June 6, 2021, Dia Bridgehampton

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John Chamberlain

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Lawrence Weiner, CADMIUM & MUD & TITANIUM & LEAD & FERROUS OXIDE & SO ON . . ., 1991. Detail view, Dia:Beacon, Beacon, New York, 2016. © Lawrence Weiner/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Eva Deitch

Lawrence Weiner

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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UFAN_Relatum (Formerly Iron Field), 1969/2019

Lee Ufan

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Louise Bourgeois Untitled

Louise Bourgeois

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Louise Lawler

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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<p>Photo: Lyle Ashton Harris and Rico Washington</p>

Lyle Ashton Harris and Rico Washington

June 2020, Artist Playlists

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Zazeela, installation view, Dia:Beacon

Marian Zazeela

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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COR_installation view_May 8 2018

Mary Corse

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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NEU_Times Square Drawing

Max Neuhaus

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Bochner, Measurement Room 1969/2019

Mel Bochner

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Michael Heizer

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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STU_Sayreville Strata Quartet 1976

Michelle Stuart

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Mika Tajima / New Humans

May 2020, Artist Playlists

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<p>Photo: AT Rossetti</p>

MV Carbon

September 2020, Dia Online

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On Kawara

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Richard Serra

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Robert Irwin, Beacon Project

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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MOR_Install 7_Photo Bill Jacobson

Robert Morris

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Robert Ryman

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Robert Smithson

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Robert Smithson’s Record Collection

May 2020, Artist Playlists

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Sam Falls

May 2020, Artist Playlists

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Gilliam, Double Merge, 1968

Sam Gilliam

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Sol LeWitt

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Walter De Maria

Long term-view, Dia Beacon

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