Upcoming Lecture




Art of Time: Dan Graham, Alex Alberro,and Bennett Simpson

November 24 and 25, 2014


Monday November 24 6:45 pm Film, Rock My Religion by Dan Graham.

The Wooly, 20 North Main Street, Gainesville.

There will a short intermission before the screening of Rock My Religion, followed by commentary by Dan Graham, Alex Alberro,and Bennett Simpson.

Tuesday November 25 1pm: Graduate seminar with Dan Graham, Alex Alberro,and Bennett Simpson

Lecture, Dialogue and Panel Discussion

Tuesday November 25 6-8:30pm:  Public discussion with Dan Graham, Alex Alberro, and Bennett Simpson.

Reception to follow

Harn Museum of Art, Chandler Auditorium

Artist Dan Graham, Historian Alex Alberro, Columbia University and Curator Bennett Simpson (LA MoCA)  will be conducting a range of panel talks, interviews, studio visits, and socializing . Professor Alberro is a former faculty member at UF who has authored, edited, and co-authored books and articles about and with Dan Graham. Bennett Simpson was one of the curators of Dan Graham's retrospective exhibited at museums including the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art and the Walker Art Center. Dan Graham will be familiar to many of you. For those of you not familiar with Graham, he has been a huge part of the connection between New York artists, musicians, film makers, architects, gallerists, and others for years. His two-way mirror sculptures and video installations are in collections worldwide. His writings about punk rock, art and time, sculpture, photography, video, and pop culture have been published in numerous articles, books, and interviews.




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For more information, contact:


College of the Arts
School of Art + Art History
University of Florida
PO Box 115801
Gainesville, FL 32611-5801

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