April 12, 2023. School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
A third and final panel discussion in the series of dialogues on anti-racism featuring art and design leaders from various backgrounds, this event interrogated how the international art world both perpetuates and can work against racialized inequities.
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May 1, 2021. Wellesley College Art Department (online).
The panel brings focus to decolonial discourse through the power of art and practices at the intersection of three often separately considered regions: Central Asia, Eastern Europe and the Caribbean. At the crossroads of diverging languages, current decolonial efforts point towards exciting trajectories, on the path from delinking structural national narratives to speculative fiction.
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Nov 17, 2020. ONLINE. https://www.yarnwire.org/feedback-calendar/feedback-episode24
Episode 24 in the livestreamed series of conversations between the contemporary music ensemble Yarn/Wire and guests.
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Feb 20, 2020, Seminary Co-op Bookstore, University of Chicago
Michał Murawski discusses his book The Palace Complex: A Stalinist Skyscraper, Capitalist Warsaw, and a City Transfixed. He will be joined in conversation by Meghanne Barker and Magdalena Moskalewicz.
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May 23, 2019, Boston Center for the Arts
Join the conversation between the artists Marina Leybishkis, Nyugen E. Smith, Zsuzsanna Varga-Szegedi, and the curator Magdalena Moskalewicz, where they will discuss the artworks presented in the exhibition and inquire into the connections between post-socialist, post-Soviet and post-colonial conditions.
April 2, 2019, School of the Art Institue of Chicago
Conversation between project directors Luis Camnitzer and Rachel Weiss, and curator Magdalena Moskalewicz, moderated by Daniel Quiles.
Apr 25, 2018, The Arts Club of Chicago
Erzen Shkololli, Director of the National Gallery of Arts in Albania, will join Chicago-based art historian and curator Magdalena Moskalewicz to discuss contemporary art from the Balkans during the current political crisis.
In 2013, Kosovo participated for the first time in the Venice Biennale, with Erzen Shkololli serving as the exhibition commissioner. Kosovo’s inclusion was groundbreaking, and scholars from around the world have praised Shkololli’s prescient choice of contemporary Kosovar artists who have now been launched onto an international stage.
Nov 16, 2017, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
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Dec 12, 2015, Knockdown Center, New York
Video screening and panel discussion on art from Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Poland.
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Nov 22, 2015, Venice
Panel with introductions by President Paolo Barrata and Okwui Enzwezor, and presentations by the curators of Armenia (Adelina Cüberyan von Fürstenberg), Germany (Florian Ebner), Greece (Gabi Scardi), Poland ( Magdalena Moskalewicz), and Serbia (Lidija Merenik).