Best of CounterCurrent 2015

 

Hillerbrand+Magsamen | House/Hold 
Beau Comeaux | Periphery

digital photography and video

Opening Reception | Thursday, March 15  6-9 PM

Artists Talk | Saturday, March 17  2 PM
valet parking | refreshments

DARKE | gallery is proud to participate in Fotofest 2012 with two exhibitions of work created for this event.  The Fotofest Biennial, is the first and longest running photography Biennial of its kind in the United States, and one of the largest photography events in the world. The exhibition continues through April 7.

Art, Community & Activism

The Walker Art Center continues the tradition of supporting the most significant visual, performing, and media artists of our time.  Susy Bielak, Walker associate director of education, talks with Marc Bamuthi Joseph and Theaster Gates about their work together and individually, what it means to be an activist who’s also an artist, and the far-flung networks of people who figure in red, black & GREEN: a blues. Click here to read My Hand or My Voice, Marc Bamuthi Joseph and Theaster Gates on Art, Community, and Activism.

My Houston by Jim Parsons

Got Skills? Marc Bamuthi Joseph Does

This is a taste of Bamuthi’s work, not to be missed in NYC from 9/23/2008 – 9/27/2008. Part of the HHTF Festival and presented by the Skirball Center @ NYU. Visit www.myspace.com/bamuthi for more info! Shot by Greg Landua for the University of Wisconsin Madison’s Office of Multicultural Education & Initiatives (OMEI).

Thelma Golden: How art gives shape to cultural change

Thelma Golden, curator at the Studio Museum in Harlem, talks through three recent shows that explore how art examines and redefines culture. The “post-black” artists she works with are using their art to provoke a new dialogue about race and culture — and about the meaning of art itself.