1. Featuring interviews with artists, curators and writers, Show and Tell presents a complex discussion on the current status of discourse production in and around the field of contemporary art. Featuring interviews with:

    Pierre Bismuth
    Anselm Franke
    Bernd Krauss
    Olaf Nicolai
    Judy Radul
    Dieter Roelstraete
    Martha Rosler
    Monika Szewczyk
    Jan Verwoert
    Anton Vidokle
    Jeff Wall

    Produced by the Master of Fine Art Program
    of the Piet Zwart Institute
    Willem de Kooning Academy
    Rotterdam University

    Course Director: Vanessa Ohlraun

    Project Leader: Hila Peleg

    Producer/Director: Derek Brunen

    Script: Marnie Slater

    Research: Jay Tan, Selina Taylor

    Camera: Ghislain Amar, Derek Brunen

    Sound: Sjoerd van Leeuwen

    Set Design: Sjoerd van Leeuwen, Bat Sheva Ross

    Editing Supervisor: Angela Melitopolous

    Editors: Derek Brunen, Bat Sheva Ross, Marnie Slater, Jay Tan

    Sound Editor: Wouter Bos

    Music: Kok & Dieman

    Special Thanks: Willem de Kooning Akademie, Witte de With Contemporary Arts, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Walter Birkhoff, Carolien Provaas, Hadley & Maxwell, Judy Radul, Eva Visser and especially Hila Peleg and Angela Melitopolous for their remarkable patience and support.

    Copyright Piet Zwart Institute 2010

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  2. The built environment has long been a source of inspiration to contemporary artists. From Gordon Matta-Clark’s abandoned building “cuts” to Doris Salcedo’s site-specific interventions and Dan Graham’s Pavilions, artists have utilized architecture as a means to engage the public. This fall, Public Art Fund presents a series of talks by a new generation of artists whose work engages the built environment as both a point of departure and source of inspiration. Drawing on elements of architectural and design history—including Modernism, Brutalism, and even DIY construction—these artists address the psychological, social, and cultural significance of the urban landscape.

    Oscar Tuazon’s large-scale sculptures and architectural interventions address architecture, minimalism, and utilitarian constructions of outsider communities. Comprised of a combination of natural and industrial elements, his structures deal with the structural limits of materials, creating tension with the spaces they inhabit. His new Public Art Fund exhibition, People, is on view at Brooklyn Bridge Park from July 18, 2012 to April 2013. The exhibition features three sculptures that respond to the park’s physical landscape and incorporate concrete and tree trunks.

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    Oscar Tuazon was born in 1975 in Seattle and currently lives and works in Paris. He studied at the Cooper Union School of Art and attended the Whitney Museum of America Art Independent Study Program, New York. In 2011, he presented his work at the 54th Venice Biennale, and most recently, his work was included in the 2012 Whitney Biennial. Recent solo exhibitions include The Power Station, Dallas (2011); Institute of Contemporary Arts, London (2010); Künsthalle Bern (2010); Künstlerhaus Stuttgart (2010); Seattle Art Museum (2008); and the Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2007).

    Public Art Fund Talks at The New School are organized by the Public Art Fund in collaboration with the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School.

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  3. fashion show of russian young designer Gosha Rubchinsky ГОША РУБЧИНСКИЙ, "Растем и Развиваемся" fall winter 2009

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