CHART TALKS programme 2017

CHART ART FAIR’s talks program will once again be programmed by ArtReview and moderated by Mark Rappolt, Editor-in-Chief; Oliver Basciano, Editor (International); and Louise Darblay, Assistant Editor. Under the provocative heading THE END OF THE ART WORLD AS WE KNOW IT the talks will explore how the instability of political structures globally, questions about globalisation, and the undermining of critical hierarchies effects the production, distribution and reading of art.

 

The speakers are a selection of some of the most influential artists, designers, museum directors, critics and curators globally and this year include Alex Da Corte; Alexander Tovborg; Bosco Sodi; Bose Krishnamachari; Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev; Chris Fite-Wassilak; Christian Falsnaes; Hans Ulrich Obrist; Helga Christoffersen; Johanna Agerman RossJustin McGuirk; Katharine Stout; Kirstine Roepstorff; Maria Lind; Marianne ZamecznikLina-Marie Köppen; Peter Lang; Richard Parry; Sofia Hernández Chong Cuy; Stefanie Hessler; Stefan Schneider; and Tue Greenfort.

 

CHART TALKS will take place Saturday 2 September and Sunday 3 September at the Kuppelsalen of The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Kunsthal Charlottenborg and at private collectors’ homes. All TALKS are free and open to the public, with RSVP necessary for the TALKS taking place off-site. Some talks will have limited availability and reservation is required.

 

More information on https://chartartfair.com/social/#talks.

 

CHART TALKS is presented in collaboration with ArtReview and is kindly supported by The City of Copenhagen, Goethe Institute and The New Carlsberg Foundation.

 

The programme for CHART TALKS will be as follows:

 

 

Does Professional Art Criticism Lead to Better Art? 

Saturday 2 September, 12:30

Location: Kuppelsalen, Kunsthal Charlottenborg

Moderated by: Oliver Basciano, Editor (International), ArtReview

Guests: Alexander Tovborg, Artist; Chris Fite-Wassilak, Writer & Critic, Contributor to Art Monthly, Art Papers, ArtReview, & frieze; & Stefanie Hessler, Curator & Co-Founder, Andquestionmark, Stockholm

 

The Viewer is Present 

Saturday 2 September, 14:30

Location: Kuppelsalen, Kunsthal Charlottenborg

Moderated by: Louise Darblay, Assistant Editor, ArtReview

Guests: Christian Falsnaes, Artist; Helga Christoffersen, Assistant Curator, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; Katharine Stout, Deputy Director, Institute of Contemporary Art, London; & Stefan Schneider, Musician

 

CHART DESIGN TALK: Ambiguity as a Ressource for Design

Saturday 2 September, 16:30

Location: Design Museum Denmark

Programmed by CHART DESIGN & moderated by Peter Lang, Design critic, Professor Architectural Theory and History, Architecture, Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, Sweden

Guests: Lina-Marie Köppen, Founder of interdisciplinary design studio LIMAKO, Social Design Academy Eindhoven, Academy Fashion and Design /AMD Hamburg, intergral part of Droog. Currently working at IKEA. Marianne Zamecznik, Curator, writer and director of Oslo Open, Johanna Agerman Ross, Curator at V&A and co-founder of Disegno.

 

 

Is Radical Change Possible in Today’s Contemporary Art World?

Sunday 3 September, 10:30

Location: Kuppelsalen, Kunsthal Charlottenborg

Moderated by: Mark Rappolt, Editor-in-Chief, ArtReview

Guests: Bose Krishnamachari, Artist, President, Kochi Biennale Foundation;
Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Director, Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art and Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Edith Kreeger Wolf, Distinguished Adjunct Professor in Art Theory and Practice, Northwestern University, Evanston; Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Artistic Director, Serpentine Galleries, London; & Maria Lind, Director, Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm & Professor of Artistic Research, Oslo National Academy of the Arts

 

The Death of the Author: Can Art be Anti-Social?

Sunday 3 September, 12:30

Location: Kuppelsalen, Kunsthal Charlottenborg

Moderated by: Oliver Basciano, Editor (International), ArtReview

Guests: Alex Da Corte, Artist; Bosco Sodi, Artist, Founder of Casa Wabi Foundation;
Richard Parry, Director of Glasgow International; & Tue Greenfort, Artist

 

Is There No Experience except mediated experience?

Sunday 2 September, 14:30

Location: Kuppelsalen, Kunsthal Charlottenborg

Moderated by: Mark Rappolt, Editor-in-Chief, ArtReview

Guests: Justin McGuirk, Chief Curator, Design Museum, London & Co-Head of Design Curating & Writing, Design Academy, Eindhoven; & Kirstine Roepstorff, Artist

 

 

 

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