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  • Tania Bruguera and Saskia Sassen on Art and Immigration

    John Bringham-Hall, Researcher, Theatrum Mundi, LSE Cities, and Pablo León de la Barra, Guggenheim UBS MAP Curator, Latin America, introduce a discussion between Cuban artist-activist Tania Bruguera and sociologist Saskia Sassen about Bruguera’s research project Immigrant Movement International (IMI) in the context of her residency at the South London Gallery. IMI is an artist-initiated sociopolit...

  • Tania Bruguera: Hugo Boss Prize 2016 Nominee - short cut

    Tania Bruguera, Hugo Boss Prize 2016 nominee, talks about her performance work and the concept of “artivism,” an art-making practice that challenges power. Bruguera discusses Tatlin’s Whisper #5 (2008), in which mounted police used crowd control techniques on museum visitors, and Immigrant Movement International (2010–15), a project run out of a storefront in Queens, New York. Learn more: https://...

  • Ralph Lemon: Hugo Boss Prize 2016 Nominee - short cut

    Ralph Lemon, Hugo Boss Prize 2016 nominee, discusses his art-making practice and what he calls the “tonality” of his work, which encompasses visual art, dance, and theater. Lemon talks about Scaffold Room (2014), as performed by Okwui Okpokwasili and April Mathis, and a long-term project he began in 2001 in Mississippi, working in collaboration with local residents. Learn more: https://www.guggenh...

  • Anicka Yi: Hugo Boss Prize 2016 Nominee - short cut

    Anicka Yi, Hugo Boss Prize 2016 nominee, discusses her scientific approach to art making and the desire to create work that engages all of our senses, not just sight. Yi talks about the importance of narrative in her work and also touches on utilizing scientific processes and techniques, employing bacteria as a “paint” medium, and making perishable artworks. Learn more: https://www.guggenheim.org/...

  • Wael Shawky: Hugo Boss Prize 2016 Nominee - short cut

    Wael Shawky, Hugo Boss Prize 2016 nominee, talks about his interest in the idea of societies in transition and using history as a medium in his art. Shawky discusses Telematch Sadat (2007), a reenactment of the 1981 assassination of Egyptian president Anwar Sadat in which children with no knowledge of the original event served as “actors.” He also talks about making his own marionettes for Cabaret...

  • Mark Leckey: Hugo Boss Prize 2016 Nominee - short cut

    Mark Leckey, Hugo Boss Prize 2016 nominee, discusses the complexities of his place in the British tradition of art and his interest in nostalgia, shared cultural references, and the “life” of objects. Leckey talks about Dream English Kid (2015), a work dealing with anxiety the artist felt as a child, and The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things (2013), an investigation into the idea that ordina...

  • Laura Owens: Hugo Boss Prize 2016 Nominee - short cut

    Laura Owens, Hugo Boss Prize 2016 nominee, discusses her painting practice and explains her unique approach to the creative development of a new project, which sometimes starts with a word, found image, or site visit. Owens also talks about combining old and new painting techniques, using appropriated images, and experimenting with a wide array of mark-making materials and methods. Learn more: htt...

Guggenheim Museum

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  • Three Cities with MAP Curator Pablo Leon de la Barra

    Pablo León de la Barra, Guggenheim UBS MAP Curator, Latin America, discusses the differing presence of the exhibition Under the Same Sun: Art in Latin America Today as it has traveled from New York to Museo Jumex in Mexico City and the South London Gallery. He talks about the significance of working as a curator on the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative, and the effect that recent unexpected...

  • MAP Curator Sara Raza on her Global Career

    Sara Raza, Guggenheim UBS MAP Curator, Middle East and North Africa, discusses the energizing effect of working in New York and the global course of her career. She describes her use of research, the significance of her cultural, educational, and familial background, and the process of working with the Guggenheim’s various departments in order to make best use of the museum’s unique interior. Fina...

  • Anicka Yi: Hugo Boss Prize 2016 Nominee

    Anicka Yi, Hugo Boss Prize 2016 nominee, discusses her scientific approach to art making and the desire to create work that engages all of our senses, not just sight. Yi talks about the importance of narrative in her work and also touches on utilizing scientific processes and techniques, employing bacteria as a “paint” medium, and making perishable artworks. Learn more about the Hugo Boss Prize: ...

  • Wael Shawky: Hugo Boss Prize 2016 Nominee

    Wael Shawky, Hugo Boss Prize 2016 nominee, talks about his interest in the idea of societies in transition and using history as a medium in his art. Shawky discusses Telematch Sadat (2007), a reenactment of the 1981 assassination of Egyptian president Anwar Sadat in which children with no knowledge of the original event served as “actors.” e also talks about making his own marionettes for Cabaret ...

  • Laura Owens: Hugo Boss Prize 2016 Nominee

    Laura Owens, Hugo Boss Prize 2016 nominee, discusses her painting practice and explains her unique approach to the creative development of a new project, which sometimes starts with a word, found image, or site visit. Owens also talks about combining old and new painting techniques, using appropriated images, and experimenting with a wide array of mark-making materials and methods. Learn more abo...

  • Ralph Lemon: Hugo Boss Prize 2016 Nominee

    Ralph Lemon, Hugo Boss Prize 2016 nominee, discusses his art-making practice and what he calls the “tonality” of his work, which encompasses visual art, dance, and theater. Lemon talks about "Scaffold Room" (2014), as performed by Okwui Okpokwasili and April Mathis, and a long-term project he began in 2001 in Mississippi, working in collaboration with local residents. Learn more about the Hugo Bo...

  • Mark Leckey: Hugo Boss Prize 2016 Nominee

    Mark Leckey, Hugo Boss Prize 2016 nominee, discusses the complexities of his place in the British tradition of art and his interest in nostalgia, shared cultural references, and the “life” of objects. Leckey talks about "Dream English Kid" (2015), a work dealing with anxiety the artist felt as a child, and "The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things" (2013), an investigation into the idea that or...

  • Tania Bruguera: Hugo Boss Prize 2016 Nominee

    Tania Bruguera, Hugo Boss Prize 2016 nominee, talks about her performance work and the concept of “artivism,” an art-making practice that challenges power. Bruguera discusses "Tatlin’s Whisper #5" (2008), in which mounted police used crowd control techniques on museum visitors, and "Immigrant Movement International" (2010–15), a project run out of a storefront in Queens, New York. Learn more abou...

  • (De)Coupling as Discourse on the Global South

    For the first time since the Guggenheim UBS MAP initiative began exploring and sharing the work of artists from around the world, the curators for its three regions—Sara Raza (Middle East and North Africa), Pablo León de la Barra (Latin America), and June Yap (South and Southeast Asia)—are coming together for a major event at the Guggenheim Museum. (De)Coupling as Discourse on the Global South, a ...

Guggenheim Museum

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