“French Theory: The (In-)visuality Series”

Research Program

Iheap New York

Thursday, October 15th, 2015 at 7 PM
Apexart
291 Church Street
New York, NY 10013

The conference and the reception-apéritif is organized by the Institut des hautes études en arts plastiques (Iheap), the Biennale de Paris and with the support of Apexart to launch Iheap New York brand new Session XI, 2015 in New York.

In the decades following the Second World War, this cluster of extraordinary French thinkers were widely translated and read in American universities. Their works were soon labeled as “French Theory”.

The “French Theory – (In-) visuality Serie” will investigate the question of vision and visuality, in relation to a broadly interdisciplinary spectrum of critical practices and contemporary theories.

Conference’s Directors: Alexandre Gurita and Dr. Giovanni Tusa

Panelists

Jean-Luc Nancy: “Desoeuvrement”
Steven Henri Madoff: “The Answerable Life”
Giovanni Tusa: “The negativity at work”
Steven Rand: “Diogenes and me”
Dylan Gauthier: “Post-Human”
Alexandre Gurita: “The invisual”

With the participation of the sessionists of Iheap New York – Session XI.

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Virginia Cimino
Program Director
Iheap New York
virginia.cimino@iheap.us

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Call for Application 2015

Session XI
Iheap Paris

The submission of an application is an online process via a registration form: http://iheap.fr/en/candidature

Deadline for the submission of applications: Novembre 2nd, 2015

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Call for Application 2016

Session XI
Iheap New York

The submission of an application is an online process via a registration form: http://iheap.fr/en/candidature

Rolling admission with two intakes, in autumn and in the spring.

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“The Invisual art”

Friday, May 15, 2015
7:30 PM (Beirut Time)
Beirut, Lebanon

In present day Beirut, the lively art scene embeds complex issues and challenges that reflect the different art practices, aesthetic tendencies, and visual researches. In the realm of this small but vibrant art sphere, meetings are a major element that affect the evolution of this scene. During this Art Meeting, Alexandre Gurita, Director of the Biennale de Paris, will discuss about the “invisual art” via online video chatting. Connected from Paris, he will tackle the way this art is taught at the art institute (Iheap Iheap) that is run in Paris and New York (next Fall).

To attend you can call: +961 3 717 703
Art Meetings
Beirut

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“What art collection for the future II ?”

Musée d’Art Moderne de la ville de Paris
11 avenue du Président Wilson
75116 Paris

Salle Henri Matisse
Free entrance
Friday, March 6, 2015
From 10 AM to 4:15 PM

Organized in partnership by the Biennale de Paris and the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris Lecturers: Fabrice Hergott, Bérengère de Thonel d’Orgeix, Alexandre Gurita, Bernard Blistène, Béatrice Josse, Ghislain Mollet-Viéville, Alexandre Bohn, Jacques Salomon, Sébastien Faucon, Jean-Baptiste Farkas, Emma McCormick-Goodhart, Heinz-Norbert Jocks.

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“Rendez-vous New York”

October 17-29, 2014
Iheap

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“The Biennale de Paris in Ukraine”

Oct. 1st, 2014 – Sept. 30,2016

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“Decollection”

The status of art in the era of knowledge
Biennale de Paris Auction Sale At Paddle8
From October 21, to November 3, 2013

http://paddle8.com
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“Ma nuit au poste”

De l’avant-garde à la garde à vue
Saint-Denis de La Réunion
From 2 to 16 September, 2013

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“Ici, on frappe la monnaie et les esprits !”

Monnaie de Paris
May 11, 2012 8:30 PM

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“Public life, Private life: where are the limits?”

Caroline Keppi
“The Strategy of Water”
Alexandre Gurita
The House of the People
Bucharest
April 29, 2012 7 PM

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“The Biennale de Paris in Burundi”

Burundi
The French Institute of Bujumbura
University of Bujumbura
Fine Art School of Burundi
From 20 to 28 April, 2012

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The Journal de Paris 1777-2012

April 17, 2012
The Journal de Paris, which was published in 1777, was the first daily paper in France. After two centuries of silence, it is relaunched in April 2012. Therefore each edition will cover a specific issue. In the April’s edition, which is devoted to art, the Biennale de Paris holds a significant share.

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“Latin American art into question: aesthetic and political debates around the 10th Biennale de Paris”

Centre Pompidou
(Bibliothèque Kandinsky)
January 31, 2012
6 PM – 8 PM
Annabela Tournon

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“Conceptual replicas, 1972-1980″

Centre Pompidou
(Bibliothèque Kandinsky)
From 15 September to 23 December, 2012
Exhibition of documents extracted from the archival holdings of the Biennale de Paris by Hélène Meisel.

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