Film and Video at the Phillips Collection's Center for the Study of Modern Art

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Janine Antoni performing at the Center for the Study of Modern Art, March 28, 2012. Photo: The Phillips Collection staff.

Phillips Collection
2014–15 Conversations with Artists: Film and Video

All conversations begin at 6:30pm

The Phillips Collection
Center for the Study of Modern Art
1600 21st Street NW
Washington, DC 20009

www.phillipscollection.org


2014–15 Conversations with Artists: Film and Video

October 16
Peter Hutton
In conversation with Alexander Dumbadze

October 30
Dinh Q. Lê
In conversation with Anne Monahan

December 11
Jesper Just
In conversation with Klaus Ottmann

January 29
Paul Pfeiffer
In conversation with Alexander Dumbadze

February 26
Johan Grimonprez
In conversation with Vesela Sretenović

April 9
Teresa Hubbard/Alexander Birchler
In conversation with Vesela Sretenović


Conversations With Artists, established in 2006, provides an opportunity to experience leading and emerging contemporary artists in an informal, conversational setting. Each season has a theme—including sculpture, economies, experience, public art, collectives, and photography—and the invited artists produce work that explores issues within the theme. Among the artists that have participated in these conversations are Vito Acconci, Janine Antoni, Zarina Bhimji, Daniel Bozhkov, Mel Chin, Mark Dion, Andrea Fraser, Wade Guyton, Hans Haacke, Hassan Khan, Wolfgang Laib, Anthony Mccall, Wangechi Mutu, The Otolith Group, Jorge Pardo, Walid Raad, Pedro Reyes, Katrín Sigurđardóttir, Jessica Stockholder, and Fred Wilson.

As part of a wide-ranging partnership with the George Washington University (GW), which has included co-sponsorship of the Conversations With Artists series since fall 2010, visiting artists in the series also meet with graduate students of the GW Fine Arts department to conduct studio visits and critiques at the GW campus. Students have the extraordinary opportunity to meet one-on-one with artists in an intimate setting to discuss their work and artistic practice.