Apr 25-26, 2014, CEFRES, Prague
For this conference, I organized one of the panels, titled “Politics of Art Languages in Central Europe” with papers by Juraj Čarný, Tímea Junghaus, Jan Zálešák, and myself (“The Language That the Art World Speaks: Case Study of Poland”). This panel served as the basis for the art section of Understanding Central Europe (Routledge, 2018).
see abstract + photos
Apr 10-12, 2014, Association of Art Historians 40th Anniversary Conference, Royal College of Art, London.
Paper delivered at the panel “Making Do – Materiality in the Conceptual Age” conveyed by Sophie Halart and Mara Polgovsky Ezcurra.
see panel abstract
Mar 13-15, 2014, International Conference “Collecting Geographies: Global Programming and Museums of Modern Art,” Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Paper co-authored with Zanna Gilbert delivered at the panel “Critical Readings of Global Curating.”
Nov 22, 2013, Official collateral event of the 55th Venice Biennale
Discussion panel with Dr. Magda Cârneci (National University of the Arts Bucharest, Romania), Dr. Magdalena Moskalewicz (Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA), Daria Ghiu (Swiss Institute for Art research, SIK-ISEA), moderated by Jörg Scheller, curator of the Salon Suisse
May 19-21, 2011, “Art History Meets Art Theory,” New Europe College–Institute for Advanced Study, Bucharest
Paper given at the conference jointly hosted by the Research and Academic Program at the Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA and the New Europe College-Institute for Advanced Study, Bucharest, Romania. This was third in a series of The Clark Art Institute’s East-Central Europe Seminar Series, “Unfolding Narratives: Art Histories in East-Central Europe after 1989.” Program can be found here.
Apr 9, 2011, Arts Stations Foundation, Poznań
Conversation between Jenny Holzer on the occasion of her solo exhibition at Arts Stations Foundation and Magdalena Moskalewicz, editor in chief of Arteon magazine. With simultaneous translation from English to Polish.
Nov 20, 2010: Warsaw Museum of Modern Art
Nov 18-19, 2010, Moravian Gallery, Brno
Discussant at the panel “Localized vs. Globalized Narratives of Art” at conference “Art History on the Disciplinary Map in East-Central Europe,” which was second in a series of The Clark Art Institute’s East-Central Europe Seminar Series, “Unfolding Narratives: Art Histories in East-Central Europe after 1989.” Full program can be found here.
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