Current Programs Calendar

May 2018

  • When: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 to Wednesday, May 2, 2018
    Where:

    Posthumous casts made from an artist’s lifetime models represent a complex issue for art historians, museums, art foundations, auction houses, curators, collectors, conservators, art lawyers and the art market. The question of how to evaluate and write about these casts is also of vital importance for those working on catalogues raisonnés. The intent of this conference is to share different concerns and viewpoints as well as to come up with new ideas about how to exhibit, label and designate posthumous casts within an artist’s oeuvre. 

  • When: Wednesday, May 16, 2018
    Where:
    Dedalus Foundation
    25 E 21st Street, 4th Floor, New York NY, 10010 Map >

    Denniston Hill and the Dedalus Foundation present Butterfly's Mirror, a conversation between Itamar Mann, Carlos Motta, and Laura Raicovich to discuss Motta's Refugee Portraits in The Crossing, commissioned in 2017 by the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.  

  • When: Wednesday, May 23, 2018
    Where:
    Dedalus Foundation
    25 E 21st Streeth, 4th Floor, New York NY, 10010 Map >

    Co-sponsored by the Dedalus Foundation and NYU's Institute of Fine Arts, this presentation will explore the ethical limits of preserving authenticity in the exhibition of conceptual art and considerations of display. Lia Kramer will present her research followed by a conversation with Brian Castriota, Chrissie Iles, Julie Reiss, and Glenn Wharton to discuss the broader topic of preserving authenticity and what it means for conceptual art.