Debora Faccion Grodzki to moderate panel on Brazilian artist Antonio Dias

The recent arrival of Antonio Dias’s work archive to the IAC collection offers an exceptional opportunity to discuss – in light of the documentary material now publicly available – the legacy of this artist and his unique importance to current artistic debates.
This webinar is part of the exhibition “Antonio Dias / Archive / O Lugar do Trabalho,” on display at the Institute’s new headquarters until 18 December 2021 – featuring works, notes, sketches, letters, and other documents. Composed of two tables, it focuses on a specific – and particularly dense – period of the artist’s production, corresponding to his years of exile, between the end of 1966 and mid-1977.
The idea is to deepen reflection on the historical inscription of this artistic production and, at the same time, to approach it from the point of view of its radical actuality.
Panel 1 will feature the participation of speakers Izabela Pucu and Paulo Miyada, mediated by Gustavo Motta, on 17 November, at 7 PM.
Panel 2 will take place on 24 November, at 7 PM, and will feature the participation of speakers Sérgio Martins and Gustavo Motta, mediated by Debora Faccion Grodzki.

Dissertation defense: Nicole Wagner

Bartolomeo Manfredi (or Nicolas Tournier), The Guardroom, 1620-22, oil on canvas, 66.6 x 94.1 in., Gemäldegalierie, Dresden, Germany

Dissertation defense
Nicole Wagner, PhD candidate
“Women Working the Table: The Material Culture, Gendered Spaces, and Visual Representations of Female Card Players in Early Modern Italy”
Committee members: Karen-edis Barzman (chair), Andrew Walkling, Paul Schleuse (Music), Elisa Camiscioli (History; outside examiner)
Monday, November 22, 2021 – 4:00 p.m. EST

This defense is open to the public; due to the ongoing pandemic, it will take place on Zoom. Participants must be signed in to Zoom and must register in advance here.

Cinema Studies Talk: Tom McDonough on Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson

Tom McDonough, Associate Professor of Art History, introduces two short films made by American artists Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson in 1970 which radically reimagine the representation of the Western landscape. This event is held in conjunction with the exhibition Topographies: Changing Conceptions of the American Landscape at the Binghamton University Art Museum and will take place on Monday, November 15 in Lecture Hall 6 at 8:00 PM.

Artist Mark Dion at Binghamton University Art Museum

Binghamton University Art Museum presents An Evening with Mark Dion, a lecture held in conjunction with the current exhibition Topographies: Changing Conceptions of the American Landscape on Thursday, November 11 at 6:30 PM in the art museum.

Support for this event generously provided by Art Bridges, co-sponsored by the Material and Visual Worlds TAE, with additional support from the Sustainable Communities TAE.