Today on Bad at Sports we’re presenting two panel discussions held this April as part of Minor Matters, the programming arm of Barely Fair, a 1/12th scale art fair produced by Julius Caesar at Color Club! First up, MINOR EXPORTS: Exhibition Programs Across Cities with Michelle Grabner (The Suburban, Milwaukee, Umbria), Tarik Kentouche (Scherben, Berlin), Aron Gent (DOCUMENT, Chicago, Lisbon), moderated by Josh Dihle (BARELY FAIR, Julius Caesar). After the break, SCALING UP: Emerging Artists Presented in Large-Scale Spaces with Torey Gaines (Anthony Gallery), Mickey Pomfrey (MICKEY) and Abby Pucker (GERTIE, Art in Common), moderated by Roland Miller (BARELY FAIR, Julius Caesar).
This week on Bad at Sports we’re presenting more panel discussions from Minor Matters, the programming arm of Barely Fair, a 1/12th scale art fair produced by Julius Caesar at Color Club this April! First up, CURATORIAL CONFINES: Scaled Selections Within and Outside Institutions moderated by Scott Campbell (Independent Curators International) with panelists Nolan Jimbo (Marjorie Susman Curatorial Fellow at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago), Adia Sykes (Independent Curator) and Kate Sierzputowski.
This episode from the now found lost hard drive of Bad at Sports. SF based not all the time photographer and conceptual artist Phillip Maisel! From a NADA NYC of the past we share this great chat about aesthetics, photography, formalism, and the construction of an image with Amanda Browder and Duncan MacKenzie, live from inside a Claire Ashley! Big thanks to Martin for editing support.
This episode from the now found hard drive of Bad at Sports. Alex Gingrow! From a NADA NYC of the past we share this great chat about aesthetics, time, angst, and text art hosted but Caroline Burghardt and Duncan MacKenzie, live from inside a Claire Ashley! Big thanks to Martin for editing support.
Today on Bad at Sports, live from inside EXPO Chicago, we try to get to the bottom of what the Monira Foundation is up to and what exactly it has to do with MANA Contemporary? So, we catch up with Anne Muntges, Director of Residencies and Grants Development. Then we are joined by the CEO of Apollo, Michael Miller and Chicago artist Sarah Raskey, and we look into the future of digital art delivery and what it would mean to have access to the world’s greatest collections from your home. Efficiency
This week we check in with independent Curators International through Scott Vincent Campbell and Becky Nahom, and they break down the exciting curatorial connection event hosted through EXPO Chicago for the last five nine years. The conversation touches on the value of curators having an informal, yet art infused context in which to connect. All participants fail to recognize that the proper noun for a group of curators is a “hubris.” As in, “a hubris of curators approached the young artist.” This chat is a followed by LA based but Chicago drenched brilliant image maker John Knuth and we get down, full on EXPO style but with flies, as we tailgate our own booth and try to change the world one T-shirt at a time. EXPO Chicago in full effect.