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Artist Talk with Ioana Nemes

TUE, 19 April, 6.30-8 pm
79 Walker Street, NYC

More about the exhibition "Times Colliding"
Ioana Nemes in conversation with Andrea Codrington Lippke
In conjunction with the exhibition TIMES COLLIDING hosted by Art in General

Art in General is pleased to present, in collaboration with the Romanian Cultural Institute, a talk with resident artist Ioana Nemes in conjunction with her exhibition Times Colliding, a solo exhibition of new and recent works. Having just completed Monthly Evaluations (2005-10), a five-year project of self-evaluation and recording, Nemes continues to use conceptual strategies to explore the nature of chronology. For the first time, Nemes' investigation of time takes an architectural position in the form of a sculpture specially created for Art in General.

Andrea Codrington Lippke is a Brooklyn-based editor and writer specializing in design and visual culture. With 18 years of experience in New York’s art, design and architecture worlds, Codrington has been a columnist for The New York Times, an editor at Phaidon Press, senior editor atI.D. Magazine and a guest critic and lecturer at Parsons School of Design, Yale University, Cranbrook Institute, University of the Arts and Pratt. She is the co-author of Pause: 59 Minutes of Motion Graphics and sole author of Kyle Cooper: Monographics and has written extensively for such publications as The New York TimesThe Washington PostHarper’s BazaarElleMetropolitan HomeMetropolis and Cabinet. She is currently working on her first novel.

Ioana Nemes’ exhibition and residency are part of Art in General’s Eastern European Residency Exchange (EERE). The Eastern European Residency Exchange Program is made possible by the Trust for Mutual Understanding, The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, and the Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation. Additional support for this exhibition has been provided by the Romanian Cultural Institute in New York.

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