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Life After Venice

Panel Discussion    11:30 AM     4th Floor Lecture Hall

Panelists: Massimiliano Gioni, director of the 55th Venice Biennale and curator of the international exhibition "The Encyclopedic Palace", associate director of the New Museum in New York and the artistic director of the Nicola Trussardi Foundation in Milan; Leslie Umberger, curator of folk and self-taught art, Smithsonian American Art Museum; Lynne Cooke, chief curator, Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid; Valerie Rousseau, curator of 20th Century and contemporary art, American Folk Art Museum; Randall Morris, Cavin-Morris Gallery and Cara Zimmerman, project assistant curator, Philadelphia Museum of Art

A panel exploring the implications of the very important 55th Venice Biennale, in particular the “Encyclopedic Palace” pavilion curated by Massimiliano Gioni, which combined self-taught and contemporary art– with no boundaries or borders between them. This democratic and insightful mixing of the two could have profound implications for the field. As Roberta Smith recently stated - outsider art has come in from the cold.

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