1. Gallery Talk: Christian Patterson discusses his work and process in conjunction with Crime Unseen exhibition at the MoCP

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    Christian Patterson discusses his project and book Redheaded Peckerwood in conjunction with the Crime Unseen exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Photography. Oct. 27, 2011

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    • Alejandro Cartagena: Suburbia Mexicana

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      • Jan Tichy in Conversation with Jason Lazarus and Faheem Majeed

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        Exhibiting artist Jan Tichy, along with artists and curators Jason Lazarus and Faheem Majeed will have a conversation on artistic practices that deal with collecting and collections. Jan Tichy works at the intersection of video, sculpture, architecture, sound and photography; many of his works combine these elements. Several of Tichy’s projects, like the exhibition 1979:1 —2012:21: Jan Tichy Works with the MoCP Collection, involve collaborations with museums including the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford CT; and the Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies, Chicago, where Tichy engages and creates works inspired by the institutions’ collections, histories, and practices. Held at the Museum of Contemporary Photography, November 13, 2012 In conjunction with the exhibition "1979:1 —2012:21: Jan Tichy Works with the MoCP Collection."

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        • Joshua Brand and Moyra Davey discuss their works from the Grange Prize at the Museum of Contemporary Photography

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          Grange Prize finalists Joshua Brand and Moyra Davey discuss their works on view with curator Karen Irvine. The exhibition featured work by the four finalists in the Grange Prize competition. The Grange Prize is a partnership between the Art Gallery of Ontario and Aeroplan. Each year, The Grange Prize recognizes the work of Canadian and international contemporary photographers, awarding $50,000 CAD to a winner chosen through an online public vote from among two Canadian and two international artists. The Grange Prize works each year with a different partner museum in a country other than Canada. In 2010, the MoCP was the partner institution. The four candidates for the 2010 prize (two American, two Canadian) were selected by a professional curatorial panel including Sophie Hackett, Art Gallery of Ontario; Karen Irvine, MoCP; Dominic Molon, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, and Kenneth Montague, Wedge Curatorial Projects, Toronto. Thursday, October 28, 2010

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          • Gallery Talk: Angela Strassheim discusses her work and process in conjunction with Crime Unseen exhibition at the MoCP

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            Angela Strassheim discusses her project Evidence in conjunction with the Crime Unseen exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Photography. Oct. 27, 2011

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            • Panel Discussion: Representations of Motherhood

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              MoCP Curator and Associate Director Karen Irvine moderates a discussion with exhibiting artists Ana Casas Broda and Katie Murray, and art historian Rachel Epp Buller. Panelists discuss representations of motherhood as presented in the exhibition Home Truths, in art history, and in wider popular culture. Rachel Epp Buller, PhD is the author of Reconciling Art and Mothering (2012). She lectures widely on issues of motherhood and the maternal body in contemporary art.

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              • Art Beans Presents - Exquisite Slum - Culture Shock

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                Art Beans is a collection of artists located in Daegu, South Korea. We come from various countries and artistic backgrounds. We meet weekly to discuss art, offer critiques and stay motivated. This video centers around the activities of the last two months. I am a member of the group, and also the writer, director, editor of this video. The song is "If I Stay Too Long" by Thee Oh See from the album Castlemania.

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