Sunday, June 20, 2010

Preparations for exhibition openings at CCS Bard | Hessel Museum, Saturday, June 26, 1-5pm

One my of recurring day jobs is installing exhibitions at the CCS Bard| Hessel Art Museum.  We're entering the final week of a month of preparations for two exhibits that will be opening Saturday, June 26.

Philippe Parreno has taken over the CCS galleries, converting the space into two screening rooms as part of a series of retrospectives that has been travelling around Europe.  Parreno's exhibit at CCS is curated by Maria Lind.  In addition to the two works, Jan 8, 1968 (2009) and Anywhere Out of the World, (2000) on exhibit at CCS, a special screening of Zidane: A XXIst Century Portrait (2006) will be held at Upstate Films in Rhinebeck on Sunday, June 27 at noon.
Vernissage TV has posted footage from a very different installation for the Zurich iteration of the retrospective.

Over in the Hessel Museum galleries, Matthew Higgs has curated selections from the Martin and Rebecca Eisenberg Collection in an exhibit called At Home/Not At Home.

More details of the exhibitions, the openings and transportation from NYC to the openings can be found in the press release.

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