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Throne\, as part of MULTIPLE SINGULARITIES.\n
May 7 - June 8th 2013.
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Reception on Tuesday May 21\, 2013.
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Trong G. Nguyen

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Throne\, 2012 - 2013

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Editio n of 64.

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Published by Hotel Particulier.< br />

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Opening reception: Tuesday\, May 21\, 6 - 9pm< /p>\n

Hotel Particulier invited Trong Gia Nguye n to encompass the idea of chairs\, of early adopters and advocates of a ne w venture. Nguyen’s project Throne created a matrix with the 64 stan dard metal folding chairs of Hotel Particulier\, by adorning each with a di stinctly located patch of 24K gold leaf. Conceptually and literally\, the 6 4 puzzled segments of gold form a single\, entire golden chair\, which can only be fully realized in the mind’s eye of the beholder. The chairs are furnishing Hotel Particulier's caf< /span>é until acquired\, and then gold leaf is applied on t he matrix.

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Trong Gia Nguyen is a multi-disci plinary artist based in Brooklyn\, New York. His work is invested in examin ing and shaking structures of power as they relate to the dynamics of cultu re\, politics\, and economy. He has produced everything from iPhone applica tions (Metaphysical GPS) to installation\, film\, painting\, sculpture\, pe rformances\, and web-based actions. Nguyen has exhibited extensively with w orks in public and private collections.

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Coolife Studio

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Eclosion

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Edition of 100.

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Published by Hotel Particulier.

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Opening reception: Tuesday\, May 21\, 6 - 9pm

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Hotel Particulier i nvited creative duo Pauline Rochas and Carole Beaupré of Coolife studio to create a visual\, reflecting beginnings for the first series of an edition  of notepads - entitled Eclosion. Inspired by the ones found in Hotels\, col lected and cherished by creatives and writers\, the notepad series at Hotel Particulier are published in collaboration with particular individuals hig hlighting their traits and works."
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Carole Beaupré and Pauline Rochas a re the still life photography duo behind Coolife. Both FIT alumni\, they ha ve worked exclusively with digital cameras and technology since the beginni ng of their collaboration in 2000. Every image they produce displays precis ion and purity. Recent clients have included Shiseido\, Smirnoff Vodka\, El izabeth Arden\, Maestro Dobel Tequila\, Koral Jeans Los Angeles\, Grey Goos e Vodka\, Ralph Lauren Fragrances\, Estée Lauder\, Lancôme\, Moët &\; Ch andon\, David Yurman\, Origins\, Casa Dragones\, by Kilian\, T: The New Yor k Times Style Magazine.

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Nicolas Provost will present some of his recent video works that deal with the relation between visual art and the cinematic experience. He will discuss his ideas and cre ative process of his Plot Point Trilogy which he filmed in New York\, Las Vegas and Tokyo and his experience with the film industry through the making of his first feature film The Invader.

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Nicolas Provost (born in Ronse \, Belgium) lives and works in Brussels following 10 years in Norway. His f ilms have been exhibited worldwide and have earned awards and screenings at prestigious festivals including the Sundance Film Festival\, Venice Film F estival\, Berlinale\, San Sebastian Film Festival and Locarno Film Festival . Solo exhibitions include The Seattle Art Museum\; Musée d’art moderne et contemporain\, Strasbourg\, France\; Tim Van Laere Gallery\, Antwerp\, Belg ium\; and Haunch of Venison\, London. His award-winning first feature film  The Invader had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival 201 1.

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Photography of the dead was a common practice in the 19th and early 20th centuries\, a way for mourners to visually “embalm” their loved ones. Until recently\, howev er\, this once ubiquitous genre of American photographs was largely unexplo red. Dr. Stanley B. Burns\, Professor of Medicine and Psyc hiatry\, NYU Langone Medical Center\, and distinguished author\, archivist\ , and collector\, has amassed the most comprehensive collection of this gen re in the world and published three books on the subject: the Sleeping B eauty series. Dr. Burns will speak about how postmortem photography sha ped American culture in the 19th century.

DTEND:20130521T203000 DTSTAMP:20140828T072443 DTSTART:20130521T183000 GEO:40.792495;-73.951905 LOCATION:Museum of the City of New York\,1220 Fifth Avenue \nNew York\, NY 10029 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Pictures After Death: Postmortem Photography and Memorialization in 19th-Century America UID:277472 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130521T173000 DTSTAMP:20140828T072443 DTSTART:20130521T093000 GEO:40.7802083;-73.9630508 LOCATION:The Metropolitan Museum of Art\,1000 Fifth Ave. \nNew York\, NY 10 028-0918 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Italian Renaissance and Baroque Bronze Sculpture from the Robert Le hman Collection \, Severo da Ravenna\, Desiderio da Firenze UID:274208 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130522T200000 DTSTAMP:20140828T072443 DTSTART:20130522T180000 GEO:40.719022;-74.004432 LOCATION:Apexart\,291 Church Street \nNew York\, NY 10013 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: laughter \, Christian Boltanski\, Jacqueline Hoang Nguyen\, Yoshua Okón\, Stuart Ringholt\, Althea Thauberger UID:274408 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130522T200000 DTSTAMP:20140828T072443 DTSTART:20130522T180000 GEO:40.7500416;-74.0038805 LOCATION:BravinLee Programs\,526 West 26th Street Suite 211\nNew York\, NY 10001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: FLOATER\, Clint Jukkala\, Alexander Kroll\, Evan Nesbit\, Erik Ol son\, Eric Sall\, Amanda Valdez UID:276936 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130522T200000 DTSTAMP:20140828T072443 DTSTART:20130522T180000 GEO:40.7500416;-74.0038805 LOCATION:BravinLee Programs\,526 West 26th Street Suite 211\nNew York\, NY 10001 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:There are Women at the Gates Seeking a New World...\, Elektra KB UID:276938 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130522T173000 DTSTAMP:20140828T072443 DTSTART:20130522T103000 GEO:40.7614029;-73.9776248 LOCATION:MoMA (Museum of Modern Art)\,11 West 53 Street \nNew York\, NY 100 19 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Chatham Series\, Ellsworth Kelly UID:268990 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130522T180000 DTSTAMP:20140828T072443 DTSTART:20130522T110000 GEO:40.722337;-73.992844 LOCATION:New Museum\,235 Bowery \nNew York\, NY 10002 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Center for Historical Reenactments: After-after Tears\, Donna Kukam a\, Gabi Ngcobo\, Kemang Wa Lehulere UID:268994 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Robert Miller Gallery is pleased to present 62 Years Later: Gender Politics in the Arts a spec ial panel discussion investigating gender politics within the art world 62 years after Lee Krasner’s first solo exhibition. Moderated by economist and founding President of Center for Talent Innovation Sylvia Ann Hewlett the panel features Lauren Flanigan\, RoseLee Goldberg\, Anne Pasternak\, Laurie Simmons\, and Heather Watts.

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62 Years Later is organized on the occasion of the gallery’s current exhibition (U ntitled) Hybrid\, a reflection on the legacy of Lee Krasner’s contribu tions to contemporary artistic practices featuring work by Polly Apfelbaum\ , Alisa Baremboym\, Sarah Cain\, Leidy Churchman\, Joanne Greenbaum\, Julia Hechtman\, and Dona Nelson curated by Boston University Art Gallery Direct or Kate McNamara.
 
In contemplation of Krasner’s struggles in becoming fully recognized as an important figure in the male-dominated Abst ract Expressionist movement\, this panel discussion will explore the ebb an d flow of the art community’s dynamic relationship with gender.
 
Sylvia Ann Hewlett is president and CEO of the Center f or Talent Innovation\, a nonprofit think tank where she chairs a Task Force focused on fully realizing the new streams of talent in the global marketp lace. She is the author of 10 Harvard Business Review articles\, 1 2 critically acclaimed nonfiction books including Winning the War for T alent in Emerging Markets and Forget a Mentor\, Find a Sponsor (Harvard Business Review Press\, Sept. 2013)\, and is ranked #11 of the w orld’s top business thinkers. Her writings have been widely published and s he’s a featured blogger on HBR.org. A Kennedy Scholar and graduate of Cambr idge University\, she earned her PhD in economics at London University.
 
Lauren Flanigan is an American operatic soprano who has had an active international career since the 1980s. Named by T IME Magazine as "the thinking man's diva" and awarded by ACSAP and the Center for Contemporary Opera for her commitment to performing the works o f living composers\, Flanigan has firmly established herself as a unique mu sical presence in the world today.  She has been featured on the Live from the Met telecast of I Lombardi (opposite Luciano Pavarotti) and th e Live from Lincoln Center telecasts of The Richard Tucker Gala\, Lizzi e Borden\, and Central Park\, which was written for her.  She has performed at many of the world’s leading opera houses including La Sca la\, Teatro San Carlo\, Bayerische Staatsoper\, Lyric Opera of Chicago\, Sa n Francisco Opera\, and the Metropolitan Opera. Last year Flanigan was give n a prestigious yearlong creative residency at The Park Avenue Armory\, dur ing which she founded the group Not Your Mothers Kurt Weill Ensemble and wa s given 25 Weill songs cut from movies and shows to arrange and perform.  T wo of those programs called Unknown/Unsung: The Music of Kurt Weill are regularly performed to sold out houses at The Neue Galerie. Flanigan is also the founder and the director of Music and Mentoring House\, a not-f or-profit organization providing upscale affordable housing and hands on me ntoring to students studying in the arts in NYC. Most recently\, Flanigan w as selected to be part of a world premiere performance of Beauty Intole rable\, a collection of love songs composed by Sheila Silver based on the poetry of Edna St. Vincent Millay\, co-presented by American Opera Proj ects\, The Edna St. Vincent Millay Society\, ClaverackLanding\, and Symphon y Space.
 
RoseLee Goldberg is Founding Direct or and Curator of Performa\, the leading organization for the research\, pr oduction and presentation of visual art performance\, which launched the Pe rforma biennial to great international acclaim in New York in 2005. Former director of the Royal College of Art Gallery in London and curator at the K itchen in New York\, she pioneered the study of performance art with her bo ok Performance Art from Futurism to the Present\, first published in 1979 and available in 12 languages. Other books include Laurie Ander son\, and Performance Since the 1960s. She is the recipient o f the Agnes Gund ICI Curatorial Award\, and is a Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters presented by the French government. She is Clinical Profes sor in Art History at New York University where she has taught since 1987.< br />  
Anne Pasternak\, the President and Artistic Director of Creative Time\, joined the organization in the fall of 1994\, w ith the goal of presenting some of the most adventurous art in the public r ealm. Creative Time began commissioning innovative art in New York City in 1972\, introducing millions of people every year to contemporary art while making sure it plays an active role in public life.  Just a few years ago\, Creative Time began working nationally making it the only national public arts organization with programs that have reached from New York to New Orle ans\, from Denver to Dallas\, and from PA to LA.  Renowned projects under h er direction range from exhibitions and performances in the historic Brookl yn Bridge Anchorage\, sculptural installations in Grand Central Station’s V anderbilt Hall\, sign paintings in Coney Island and skywriting over Manhatt an to the Tribute in Light\, the twin beacons of light that illuminated the former World Trade Center site six months after 9/11.  She has worked clos ely with such artists as Doug Aitken\, Laurie Anderson\, David Byrne\, Jenn y Holzer\, Gary Hume\, Vik Muniz\, Takashi Murakami\, Shirin Neshat\, Steve Powers\, Cai Guo Qiang\, and many more. In addition to her work at Creativ e Time\, Pasternak curates independent exhibitions\, consults on urban plan ning initiatives\, and contributes essays to cultural publications. She lec tures extensively throughout the United States and Europe\, and she served as a guest critic at Yale University.
 
Laurie Simmons< /strong> is an internationally recognized artist.  Since the mid-70’s\, Sim mons has staged scenes for her camera with dolls\, ventriloquist dummies\, mannequins and occasionally people\, to create images with intensely psycho logical subtexts. Her photographic based works are collected by many museum s including in New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art\, The Museum of Mod ern Art\, The Whitney Museum of American Art and the Guggenheim as well as The Museum of Contemporary Art\, Los Angeles\, Walker Art Center and the Ha ra Museum\, Tokyo. In 2006 she produced and directed her first film titled "The Music of Regret"\, starring Meryl Streep\, Adam Guettel and the Alvin Ailey 2 Dancers with cinematography by Ed Lachman. The film premiered at Th e Museum of Modern Art\, New York\, and has been screened at many internati onal museums and film festivals including the Whitney Museum. Simmons was f eatured in Season 4 of the PBS series "Art 21: Art in the Twenty- First Cen tury". Her most recent exhibitions were at Salon 94 Bowery\, NYC\, Wilkinso n Gallery\, London Baldwin Gallery in Aspen\, The Gothenburg Museum in Swed en and Koyama Gallery in Tokyo. Her book titled “The Love Doll” was publish ed last January. Simmons lives and works in New York City and Cornwall\, Co nnecticut with her husband\, the painter Carroll Dunham.

Heather Watts 
was born in Los Angeles\, and was brought to New York to study at the School of American Ballet on a Ford Foundation scholar ship. She was invited to join New York City Ballet by George Balanchine in 1970\, and he promoted her to Principal Dancer in 1978. During her career a t NYCB\, Watts worked closely with Balanchine and Jerome Robbins\, dancing leading roles in virtually all of the company's ballets\, and both Balanchi ne and Robbins created roles especially for her.  In addition to her career at NYCB she traveled extensively as a guest artist\, and was an acclaimed international star. Since her retirement from the stage in a gala performan ce in 1995\, Watts has been a contributing cultural editor at Vanity Fa ir magazine\, has served as a panelist for the NEA\, and serves on the Artists Committee for the Kennedy Center Honors. She taught academic cours es in 2006 and 2007 on Balanchine’s life and work at Harvard University\, a nd she received two Derek Bok awards for distinguished teaching. She was th e Class of 1932 Visiting Lecturer in Dance at Princeton University for 2011-12\, and also recently co-created a new seminar for the Dance Edu cation Laboratory at the 92nd St Y. Among the many awards that Watts has re ceived are the Jerome Robbins Award\, the Dance Magazine Award\, the Lions of the Performing Arts Award from the New York Public Library. In 2012\, sh e received a Doctorate in Fine Arts honoris causa from Hunter Coll ege.

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