1. Bouroullec's Bivouac

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    Bivouac by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago Song: Smoke by London Bridges

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    • MCA Anish Kapoor ePublication Installation Edition Preview

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      The MCA's Anish Kapoor ePublication is a Living Catalogue, updated with new content through the life of the exhibition. This video is a preview of the Installation Edition, showcasing the functionality and content including video interviews, photo slideshows and essays. Get it on your iPad here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mca-publications/id581451230?ls=1&mt=8

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      • Riviera Magazine 7th Anniversary

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        Riviera Magazine celebrated their 7th Year at an invite-only party inside the downtown Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego. Video by Travis Houston of http://www.ProductLaunchr.com

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        • Jackie + Grant Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago Wedding Photographers

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          Jackie and Grant were married in the Fall of 2012 at Chief O'Neill's Pub in Chicago, with photos with an editorial flare done at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Patti and I were honoured and thrilled to be a part of their wedding day as their photographers and to help capture their memories for them. The song "Perfect Day" courtesy of Joe Manchisi - used with permission. Follow this URL to find his music: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/the-ghost-you-know-is-there/id571431976

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          • On Photography, Greg Cradick Speaker at Museum of Contemporay Art

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            This is a talk on contemporary fine-art-photography by Greg Cradick at the museum of Contemporary Art in Denver, Colorado. This talk was one of the former Working With Artists' projects and now merged with the Colorado Photographic Arts Center in Lakewood, Colorado.

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            • MCA CNMRR R1 SQUARESQUARE 2012

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              This is an excerpt from SQUARESQUARE's round 1 performance @ the Chicago Dirty New Media Round Robin @ the Museum of Contemporary Art. SQUARESQUARE is a collaborative new media group that I created with fellow students @ SAIC.

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              • MCA CDNMRR R2 SQUARESQUARE 2012

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                This is an excerpt from SQUARESQUARE's round 2 performance @ the Chicago Dirty New Media Round Robin @ the Museum of Contemporary Art. SQUARESQUARE is a collaborative new media group that I created with fellow students @ SAIC.

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                • Anish Kapoor install

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                  Works are installed in an unusual manner at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia for the Anish Kapoor exhibition. Learn more at http://www.mca.com.au/exhibition/anish-kapoor/ Music: 'A Billion Years' by Vidian. Licensed from ccmixter under Creative Commons.

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                  • Goshka Macuga: Exhibit, A

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                    Dec 15, 2012–Apr 7, 2013 This exhibition is the first survey of work by Polish-born, London-based artist Goshka Macuga. Macuga’s work interweaves two strands that have helped define contemporary art in the last decade: artists’ increasing tendency toward historical and archival research and their growing interest in strategies of display and the dialogue between artistic and curatorial practice. Many of Macuga’s large-scale, research-intensive projects have been collaborative, with the resulting installations often incorporating the work of other artists. Initially, many of her projects tapped into overlooked traditions in art history, but in more recent years her work has taken a political turn, frequently featuring post-Soviet Poland or the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003 as a backdrop. The exhibition features a selection of works that vary in size, content, and context, emphasizing the medium of collage, both two- and three-dimensional. This exhibition is organized by Dieter Roelstraete, Manilow Senior Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. For more information, visit mcachicago.org

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                    • SAHA: Jessica Morgan

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                      Jessica Morgan: Since joining Tate in 2002, Jessica Morgan has curated numerous group and solo exhibitions including John Baldessari (2009) and The World as a Stage (2007), Martin Kippenberger (2006), Time Zones (2004) and Common Wealth (2003). She also curated The Unilever Commission in 2006 and 2008 working with artists Carsten Höller and Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster respectively. Jessica Morgan was previously Chief Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston where she organised exhibitions of work by, among others, Carsten Höller, Ellen Gallagher, Olafur Eliasson, Rineke Dijkstra, Marlene Dumas and Cornelia Parker. Prior to that she was an Assistant Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, where she organised the first US and UK survey of the work of Mona Hatoum. She curated Damian Ortega’s first major exhibition in the USA at ICA Boston (2009), the exhibition, An Unruly History of the Readymade for the Jumex Collection in Mexico (2008), and the first Reykjavik Art Festival in Iceland in 2005. Jessica Morgan has published and lectured extensively on contemporary art and is a regular contributor to art journals including Parkett and Artforum. She holds an MA in Art History from the Courtauld Institute of Art, London and a BA and MA in Art History from Cambridge University. She was a Mellon Fellow at the Yale Centre for British Art, Yale University and a Contemporary Art Curatorial Fellow at The Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University.

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