Groundbreaking Survey of Native Performance and Major Solo Exhibition of Brazilian Artist Erika Verzutti Anchor Spring and Summer Season at CCS Bard’s Hessel Museum
, 2023-01-04 09:51:59,
Photos (left to right): James Luna (Payómkawichum, Ipai and Mexican),
war dance technology (left), 1990. Erica Verzotti, Henry Blue2008/2015.
The season opens with exhibitions sponsored by CCS Bard’s graduating class
The Center for Coordinating Studies at Bard College (CCS Bard) today unveiled its 2023 Spring and Summer exhibition lineup at Hessel Art Museum, highlighting the work of the next generation of curatorial practitioners on advancing the field; the first large-scale presentation devoted to the role of performance in contemporary Native American art; and a thought-provoking study of Erika Verzutti’s form-defying sculptural practice. Best known for its experimental contemporary art programming, the Hessel Museum of Art is an important platform for CCS Bard staff, faculty, students, and visiting scholars to contribute novels and new approaches to exhibition-making.
The 2023 exhibitions span genre, geography, and art history, reflecting the diverse range and depth of curated research that defines CCS Bard’s graduate program. The next season features a series of 16 graduate exhibitions Independently sponsored by the alumni members of the Masters Program at CCS Bard. It also launches a major initiative in partnership with Forge Project To increase emphasis on Aboriginal art scholarship and exhibition history. Indian…
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