Vidéo

A video programme was built with the support of Brett Littman, executive director of the Drawing Center New York, in order to present another aspect of contemporary drawing.

The video programme can viewed in loop playback, alternating with Interviews and Talks at the lower level of the Carreau du Temple:

Spin……………………………………………………….Sylvain BOURGET I Galerie Marine Veilleux
Tafel………………………………………………………Nicole WENDEL I Galerie Graphem
Tiktaalik………………………………………………….Jochen GERNER I galerie anne barrault
La Hora Mágica…………………………………………Aili CHEN I SAPO Contemporary Drawing
One hundred and one drawings…………………….Boaz KAIZMAN I Mirko Mayer / m-projects
Sacre du Printemps……………………………………RUPPERT & MULOT I galerie anne barrault

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Brett Littman

Photo: Warren Chow

Since May 2007, Brett Littman has been the Executive Director of the Drawing Center New York. Previously, he was the Deputy Director at MOMA P.S.1 from 2003 – 2007 and was Managing Director of wps1.org (now artonair.org) from 2003 -2004. From 2001 – 2003, he was the Co-Executive Director of Dieu Donné Papermill in SoHo, New York and from 1995 – 2001 he was the Associate Director of UrbanGlass in Brooklyn, New York.

Brett Littman is also an active art, craft, architecture and design critic, is a member of AICA/USA (International Art Critic Association) and has written numerous catalog essays and articles for a wide variety of international publications and museums. He has lectured extensively on art, design, craft, and the history of the alternative space movement in New York.

Littman has curated for the Drawing Center: “Yüksel Arslan: Visual Interpretations”; “Greta Magnuson Grossman: Furniture and Lighting”; and “Leon Golub: Live & Die Like a Lion?”, which won the 2010 AICA Award for Best Show in Non-Profit Gallery; “Drawing and its Double: Selections from the Istituto Nazionale per la Grafica, Rome”.

Future projects include: “Sean Scully: Change and Horizontals” (2012 – 2013) co-curated with Joanna Kleinberg, “Guillermo Kuitca: Diarios” (2012) and an exhibition of Walter de Maria’s drawings (2012 – 2013). As well, Brett Littman curated Eugene Von Bruenchenhein for the American Folk Art Museum, New York (2010 – 2011) and will curate the drawings component of Mariko Mori’s retrospective at the Japan Society in 2013.