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9780847868674

Prospect 5 New Orleans

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  • ISBN13:

    9780847868674

  • ISBN10:

    0847868672

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2020-10-20
  • Publisher: Electa

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Summary

A catalogue accompanying the must-see triennial exhibition--opening in October 2021--based in New Orleans that art world insiders consider an essential platform to see the most important art of our moment.

Prospect New Orleans is a citywide contemporary art triennial that was conceived in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Emphasizing collaborative partnerships and site-specificity, Prospect presents artwork by local, national, and international artists in both traditional and highly unexpected environments. In the third iteration of this major exhibition, star curators Naima Keith and Diana Nawi bring together 50 artists to engage New Orleans as context as they reconsider the concept of history, both global and local. Through many artistic stratgeies, architectural interventions and public activations, the exhibition explores current social annd political conditions that ask for a reconsideration of the past.
The accompanying catalogue - a rich collection of contributions from curators, poets, artists, and cultural critics--considers several key themes that animate the ambitious artist projects: landscape and history; seeing and documentation; ritual and performance; intimacy and domesticity. In addition to several essays, each of the 50 artists included in the show will have entries describing their practice and the work in the show.

Author Biography

Naima Keith is president of education and public programs at LACMA. Prior to LACMA, she workd at CAAM in 2016 and organized exhibitions devoted to artists including Shinique Smith and Genevieve Gaignard. Previously, she worked as an associate curator at the Studio Museum in Harlem, where she oversaw critically acclaimed shows including a 2014 Charles Gaines survey. Diana Nawi is an independent curator based in Los Angeles. Upcoming projects include Terence Price II: Dancing in the Absence of Pain at ArtCenter/South Florida, Miami, and Michael Rakowitz: Dispute Between the Tamarisk and the Date Palm at REDCAT, Los Angeles. She previously served as Associate Curator at PĂ©rez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) for five years, where she curated major exhibitions and organized newly commissioned projects.

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