OPEN FORUM TALKS 2013
Prodigious attendance carried to VOLTA NY's 2013 talks program, providing packed houses to panels like ON ABSTRACTION, featuring exhibiting young artists Regina Scully, Kadar Brock, Christine Frerichs, and William Bradley.
And ARC Magazine's (St. Vincent and the Grenadines) roundtable on contemporary Caribbean art and its diaspora, moderated by ARC Editor-in-Chief Holly Bynoe and artist/writer Charles Campbell and featuring scholar Michelle Joan Wilkinson, Ph.D., Lisa Howie (Director of Bermuda National Gallery), artist/writer Christopher Cozier and VOLTA NY artist Heino Schmid (Popopstudios, Nassau).
The Open Forum Talks Lounge is presented by GalleryLOG
featuring: Regina Scully, Christine Frerichs, Kadar Brock, William Bradley, Brian Fee
Four young artists exhibiting at VOLTA NY — Regina Scully (C24 Gallery, NY), Christine Frerichs (gallery km, Santa Monica), Kadar Brock (VIGO Gallery, London and The Hole, New York), William Bradley (EB&Flow, London) — present their distinct processes and discuss their positions within (and beyond) the constantly evolving animal that is contemporary abstraction, in a lively panel moderated by VOLTA Press Manager Brian Fee.
CURTAILING ANXIETIES 1: BOUNDARIES OF DEFINING ART IN THE CARIBBEAN
featuring: Holly Bynoe, Charles Campbell, Heino Schmid, Lisa Howie, Christopher Cozier, Michelle Joan Wilkinson
ARC Magazine Editor-in-Chief Holly Bynoe (St. Vincent and the Grenadines) and artist/writer Charles Campbell (Jamaica/Canada) moderate a roundtable exploring topical concerns around the recent global upsurge that has encapsulated contemporary Caribbean art.
Panelists include VOLTA NY exhibiting artist Heino Schmid (Popopstudios, Nassau); Lisa Howie, Director of Bermuda National Gallery (Bermuda); artist/writer Christopher Cozier (Trinidad); and Michelle Joan Wilkinson, Ph.D. (Guyana/USA, Director of Collections and Exhibitions at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture in Baltimore, MD).