The Renaissance Society

Anne Rorimer, Karen Archey, and Hamza Walker discuss how conceptualism, immateriality, and dispersion exist within the contemporary art institution, as part of In. Practice on Nov 22, 2015.

As the Renaissance Society enters our second century, we continue to grapple with a number of questions concerning the past, present, and future of the contemporary art institution. In. Practice—a gathering organized on the occasion of the Renaissance Society’s Centennial held Nov 20-22, 2015—offers a series of inquiries anchored in concerns relevant to practitioners from a variety of international contexts and scales.

Find out more at renaissancesociety.org/in-practice

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Focusing on the forefront of the visual arts, The Renaissance Society maintains an international reputation as one of the finest resources for contemporary art: a place to experience the spiritual, sensual and intellectual vanguard of our time, to observe…


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Focusing on the forefront of the visual arts, The Renaissance Society maintains an international reputation as one of the finest resources for contemporary art: a place to experience the spiritual, sensual and intellectual vanguard of our time, to observe the art history of generations to come.

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