Paris Biennale @ Queens Museum of Art
Queens Museum of Art
Meadows Corona Park New
It is about extending the notion of collection to all the social borders of an art which refuses its own valoriza- tion as a fetishized object. A collection which is open to life�s reality and gives priority to experimentation, exchange and sharing rather than to the principle of exclusive appropriation. In this collection of forerun- ners, art no longer hung on the wall. It is activated within society and is secondarily related to its effect.
Introduction Tom Finkelpearl
How To Collect The Ephemeral? Robert Storr
A Non-Standard Approach To Art Collection [Ghislain Mollet-Vi�ville]
After Minimal art and Conceptual art, which takes account of all the criterias that are associated with modes of presentation, space, terms of acquisition and perceptual experience, many artists decided to allow collectors to intervene in the elaboration, realization and actualization of their art work.
A non-standard collection can gradually move from issues that are linked to the industrial object�s aesthetics (Minimal art)
What Art Collections for the Future?
Thursday, September 29th, 2011, 7 - 9 pm
A series of lectures will discuss and address the expanding notions of art collection and art collecting - how a collection can be open to life�s realities and give priority to experimentation, exchange and sharing rather than to the principle of exclusivity.
QMA Collect? : An overview of �site-specific� collecting of QMA
Tom Finkelpearl, Executive Director of QMA
How To Collect The Ephemeral?
Robert Storr, Dean of Yale University School of Art
A Non-Standard Approach To Art Collection
Ghislain Mollet-Vieville, Agent of art, art critic
Alexandre Gurita, Director of Biennale de Paris
IKHEA�SERVICES & Glitch in the Collections: From Storing to Action!
Jean-Baptiste Farkas, IKHEA�SERVICES & Glitch, President of Amicale of the Biennale de Paris
Collecting the Intangible Cultural Heritage
Andre Eric Letourneau, Board member for the new artistic practices at the Council of Arts of Montreal