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Hunter College/Times Square Gallery

Exhibition Detail
Panel Discussion: ... towards meaning in a plural painting world
450 West 41st Street
New York, NY 10036


January 11th, 2013 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
 
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Friday, 11th JAN 2013, 7.30pm. 

Hunter MFA building, Second floor, 450 W 41st. St, NYC, NY 10036. 

Panel moderated by Katy Siegel 

With Dana Schutz, Merlin James, Raphael Rubinstein & Richard Shiff 

This panel will bring together several prominent critics and painters to examine the condition of painting in its contemporary context. Participants will discuss whether the current plurality in painting dilutes meaning, or if it is just a case of many people doing many interesting things. How do we advance meaning given the plethora of dispersed, diverse, yet all seemingly functional approaches? Is the basic idea of advancement even a useful paradigm anymore? These issues will be explored with the aim of presenting a more critical dialogue about work made with paint.


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