Artist Cosmo Whyte sits down with curator Hamza Walker to discuss his latest solo exhibition Hush Now, Don't Explain on view at Anat Ebgi.
Sigrid Sandstrom: Janus
Sigrid Sandström discusses her current solo exhibition Janus and her views on painting as an "applied philosophy."
/Dialogues: Forecast Form | Carla Acevedo-Yates in Conversation with Suchitra Mattai and Cosmo Whyte
Join Carla Acevedo-Yates, Marilyn and Larry Fields Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago for a conversation on her exhibition Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora, 1990s–Today–which features artworks whose formal approaches reconfigure the relationship between identity and place through the lens of diaspora, displacement, and dispersal.
Robert Russell Arist Conversation
A conversation between artists Robert Russell and Charles Gaines, moderated by Thomas Lawson on the occasion of Robert Russell's solo show Porzellan Manufaktur Allach.
Amie Dicke: THIS IS ME
This short documentary about artist Amie Dicke takes us on a journey through her studio as she prepares for exhibitions and explains her practice. Driven by the need to grasp and touch images in order to understand them, Dicke’s works raise questions about how we as a society form judgments and make decisions with the eye.
Jordan Nassar: Fantasy and Truth | The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston
Jordan Nassar talks about how Palestinian craft and culture and his experience as a Palestinian-American have informed his exhibition "Fantasy and Truth" at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston.
Janet Werner: Call Me When You Start Wearing Red
Artist Talk by Janet Werner and conversation moderated by writer and curator Ashton Cooper.
Caleb Hahne Quintana: AURORA
Caleb Hahne Quintana discusses his recent works and exhibition AURORA.
Greg Ito at ICA San Diego
Greg Ito’s artist talk in conjunction with his solo exhibition Forever Memories at ICA San Diego.
Faith Wilding: Fossils
Faith Wilding in conversation with Art Historian Jenni Sorkin.
Kick Ass Painting: New York Women
Take a tour with Patricia Hamilton of "Kick Ass Painting: New York Women" featuring artists—Louise Fishman, Brenda Goodman, and Carrie Moyer. On view at Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles from June 5 - July 10, 2021.
Robert Russell: Teacups
Anat Ebgi presents an artist-led exhibition tour of Robert Russell: Teacups with the artist, Robert Russell, in conversation with artist and writer Daniel Gerwin.
Exhibition Tour: Alejandro Cardenas and An Te Liu
Stefano di Paola, Anat Ebgi Gallery Director, leads a tour of Alejandro Cardenas and An Te Liu on view at AE2 from July 11 - September 5, 2020.
Jay Stuckey: Suddenly!
On the occasion of his show Suddenly!, Jay Stuckey sits down in his studio with fellow artist Derek Boshier, who curated the show, to discuss his work, influences, and process.
Faith Wilding and Lucy Lippard: Then & Now at the University of Michigan
In this conversation with Faith Wilding—multidisciplinary artist; recognized authority on feminist art theory and cyber feminism; and founding member of the Feminist Art Program at CalArts—Lucy Lippard discusses her work and the current creative-political climate in the US.
Co-presented by the Penny Stamps Speaker Series and Stamps Gallery, with support from American Culture, History of Art, and the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA).
Tina Girouard “Pinwheel” at Art Basel Miami Beach: Meridians
Anat Ebgi is pleased to present the historic restaging of Tina Girouard’s Pinwheel (1977) for the inaugural Meridians sector at Art Basel Miami Beach. In partnership with the Lumi Tan (The Kitchen), as Curatorial Producer, the performance will take place each day of the fair December 3-8, 2019.
Special thanks to Sabrina Talamo for directing, and to the dancers: Brenden Chee, Laura Diaz, Adrienne Khouri, Brianna Miller, Maria Pusateri, and Alonzo Williams.
An Te Liu: Studio Visit
An Te Liu takes us for a behind the scenes look at his Toronto-based studio and process.
Alec Egan: August
Exhibition tour of "August" at Anat Ebgi with Alec Egan and Matthew Israel.
Jibade-Khalil Huffman: Studio Museum in Harlem Artist in Residence
Jibade-Khalil Huffman work fuses the visual arts and writing, combing poetic/essayistic texts with video installation, photography and performance, and have been presented at P.S.1/MoMA in New York, the Hammer in Los Angeles, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles and Southern Exposure in San Francisco, among others. He was an Artist in Residence at the Studio Museum in Harlem in 2015-2016.
Jordan Nassar: Let’s Tatreez
New York based artist of Palestinian descent Jordan Nassar embroiders landscape compositions, which are framed by, and built up through, repeating patterns adapted from traditional Palestinian motifs. His work notions of an imagined, idyllic space: the sort of utopian vision of Palestine held by the displaced constituents that comprise the region’s diaspora.
Cosmo Whyte: Studio Visit
The High Museum of Art visited Cosmo Whyte in his Atlanta studio where he shares new work inspired by immigration, social gatherings, and protests surrounding police brutality. All these works are being made in preparation for his upcoming solo show at Anat Ebgi gallery.
Neil Raitt: Virtual Studio Visit
Anat Ebgi presents a studio visit with Neil Raitt, led by Terri Provencal, founder, publisher, and editor-in-chief of Texas-based PATRON Magazine.
Sisters of the Sun: Faith Wilding and Sarah Ann Weber
Faith Wilding and Sarah Ann Weber in conversation with George William Price, Director of Collections, University Club of Chicago. On the occasion of Anat Ebgi's presentation for Frieze Viewing Room, Chicago Tribute section.