Wednesday, January 17, 2018
José Parlá: No Space / Non Place - January 30, 2018 Reception @ NEU SPACE | 42
The Neuberger Museum of Art is delighted to present José Parlá: No Space / Non Place, a newly commissioned public project for NEU SPACE | 42. Parlá is known for his paintings and sculptural works that examine the concept of place. Using the backdrop of world cities, the work explores the accumulated history of urban environments, capturing the essence of a place at the brief moment between past and future. In this group of new paintings Parlá abandons the concept of a specific place to explore a generic urbanism reflecting the turbulence of political situations around the world.
José Parlá: No Space / Non Place is organized by the Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, SUNY, and curated by Avis Larson, Assistant Curator. Generous support for this project is provided by the Friends of the Neuberger Museum of Art and by the Purchase College Foundation.
In Conversation: José Parlá by Neuberger Museum of Art
Meet the Artist Reception & Artist Talk with the Curator
DATE AND TIME:
Tue, January 30, 2018
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM EST
NEU SPACE | 42
33 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
(across from Bryant Park) located on the ground floor of the SUNY College of Optometry
$5.00 General Admissions register on Eventbrite
FREE Members & Purchase College students, faculty and staff // PLEASE NOTE: Member & Purchase community attendees e-mail NMA.email@example.com and we will reserve a seat.
For more info: neuberger.org.
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The proof copy of Artefacts by O Mayeux is in! It will be available for purchase sometime in the next 2 weeks | Artefacts is Post-Asemic Press #006
In January 2017, O Mayeux wrote a computer program to dismantle all the poetry he has ever written, to tear it apart at its seams, to stitch its syntax into itself. What remains are these Artefacts, a cycle of asemic poetry. The abstract erotic narrative threaded through these poems is a delicate lament for the fragility of semantics, a tale of how we all remain unreadable to each other.