This program, held in connection with Carmen Herrera: Lines of Sight, begins with a screening of The 100 Years Show, directed by Alison Klayman. Scholar Edward J. Sullivan, who contributed to the catalogue Carmen Herrera: Lines of Sight, then moderates a panel conversation about Herrera’s practice and reception.
Carol Mancusi-Ungaro presents a lecture positioning complex issues associated with the art of our time, including replication and 3D printing, in the historical context of art conservation; Yve-Alain Bois joins Mancusi-Ungaro in conversation after the lecture.
Art historian and critic Douglas Crimp discusses his new memoir, Before Pictures, with Berlin-based philosopher Juliane Rebentisch. In it, Crimp recalls the first ten years he spent in New York City, from 1967 to 1977.