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Exhibition Detail
DRESS CODE CONVERSATIONS: Janaina Tschape with Christopher Phillips
1133 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd
New York, NY 10036


November 13th, 2009 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
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Janaina Tschäpe, artist. Janaina Tschäpe was
born in Munich in 1973, and raised partially in
São Paulo. In 1992, she moved to Hamburg and
attended the Hochschule für Bildende Künste,
where she received her degree in fine art.
Tschäpe has exhibited extensively in numerous
solo and group exhibitions. Her most recent solo
shows include Galerie Xippas, Athens; Sikkema,
Jenkins & Co.; Tokyo Wonder Site; Contemporary
Museum of Art, St. Louis; and Paço das Artes,
São Paulo. She currently lives and works in New
York. Tschäpe's work is in the collections of the
Centre Pompidou, Museo Nacional Centro de
Arte Reina Sofía, Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio
de Janeiro, Guggenheim Museum, Moderna
Museet, and Tokyo Roki Co. Ltd.

Christopher Phillips, ICP curator, is a widely
published critic and photography historian who
worked as senior editor at Art in America for ten
years before coming to ICP in 2000. He has
curated and co-organized numerous exhibitions,
including Atta Kim: On-Air; Between Past and
Future: New Photography and Video from China;
The Riseof the Picture Press; The Metropolis and
the Art of the Twenties; and Heavy Light: Recent
Photography and Video from Japan. His books
include Photography in the Modern Era, The New
Vision (with Maria Morris Hambourg), and
Steichen at War.


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