Wednesday, December 11th
Independent Curator and Art Historian
Academic Director at Christie's Education in New York
Art Critic, Curator and Cultural Attaché at the Italian Embassy in Washington D.C.
Senior Curator at MOCA, Los Angeles
Curator and Writer Naomi Lev
BOSI Contemporary is pleased to welcome you to the panel discussion organized on the occasion of the exhibition Salvatore Emblema: Transparency, currently on view at the gallery (November 14, 2013 – January 11, 2014).
In collaboration with the archives, estate, and museum of Italian Post-War artist Salvatore Emblema, BOSI Contemporary is proud to announce the artist’s first New York exhibition which examines the artist’s career through 25 paintings, sculptures, and a large-scale installation.
The discussion will present Emblema’s artistic development and emphasize his relationship to Italian Post-War art movements, as well as aspects of his unique personality. The panelists will also explore Emblema’s position in the current American art market, particularly in relation to his upcoming Catalogue Raisonné written by prominent Italian art historian Luciano Caramel.
Members of the family and curators of Museo Emblema will be attending the event.
Videotage proudly presents the exhibition Looking Down by Peter Alwast, resident at Videotage, from December 13th − 27th. The exhibition is inspired by his experience and observations of Hong Kong and takes form as a four channel video installation, which combines video, 3D animation and drawing, to explore repetition, time suspended and the way vertical zones in the city becomes sites of social organisation and contestation.
Opening Reception: 13 Dec 7pm (Fri)
Date: 13 Dec – 27 Dec (Mon-Sun)
Time: 12noon – 7pm
Venue: Videotage, Unit 13, Cattle Depot Artist Village, 63 Ma Tau Kok Road, To Kwa Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong
For guided tour, please email email@example.com or call (852) 2573 1869.