Radamés “Juni” Figueroa

February 5th, 2019

“Casa Tomada” at SITE Santa Fe

Melissa Cody

Artists: Lutz Bacher, Ángela Bonadies, Melissa Cody, Tania Pérez Córdova, Hildegarde Duane Paz Errazuriz, Hock E Aye Vi Edgar Heap of Birds, Victor Estrada, Radames “Juni” Figueroa, Fernanda Laguna, Jumana Manna, Victoria Mamnguqsualuk, Eduardo Navarro, NuMu (Jessica Kairé and Stefan Benchoam), Juan José Olavarría, Jamasee Pitseolak, Naufus Ramirez-Figueroa, Eric Paul Riege, Curtis Talwst Santiago, Sable Elyse Smith, Stephanie Taylor, Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun, David Lamelas 

Venue: SITE Santa Fe

Exhibition Title: Casa Tomada

Curated by: José Luis Blondet, Candice Hopkins, and Ruba Katrib; curatorial advisor: with Naomi Beckwith

Date: August 3, 2018 – January 6, 2019

Note: The gallery guide from this exhibition is available here.

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Jamasee Pitseolak

Stephanie Taylor

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May 7th, 2014

Whitney Biennial 2014 Part II

Lisa Anne Auerbach

Artists: Etel Adnan, Ei Arakawa and Carissa Rodriguez, Uri Aran, Lisa Anne Auerbach, Julie Ault, Kevin Beasley, Andrew Bujalski; Lucien Castaing-Taylor, Véréna Paravel, and Sensory Ethnography Lab; Zackary Drucker and Rhys Ernst, Radamés “Juni” Figueroa, Morgan Fisher; Tony Greene curated by Richard Hawkins and Catherine Opie; Channa Horwitz, Travis Jeppesen, Yve Laris Cohen, Fred Lonidier, Dashiell Manley, Keith Mayerson, Bjarne Melgaard, Ken Okiishi, Pauline Oliveros, Miljohn Ruperto, Jacolby Satterwhite, Sergei Tcherepnin, Semiotext(e), A. L. Steiner, Triple Canopy

Venue: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

Curator: Stuart Comer

Date: March 7 – May 25, 2014

Note: Marvin J. Taylor is an archiving activist and the director of the Fales Library and Special Collections at New York University. This conversation between Taylor and Julie Ault is part of Ault’s contribution to the 2014 Biennial.

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Julie Ault. Work by  Martin Wong. Afterlife is a constellation of evidence and events that converse about disappearance and recollection. With various modalities, these artworks, artifacts, and texts activate and annotate the intricate relationship between archive and historical representation. In unison, Afterlife articulates a nexus of reference points, a cluster of concerns, a collection of contexts, and an amalgamated practice—artistic, curatorial, editorial, and archival.   A painting by Martin Wong
  A photograph by David Wojnarowicz  
A publication by Martin Beck  
A sculpture by Robert Kinmont  
A stereoscopic photograph by Alfred A. Hart  
A text by Julie Ault
  An apparition by Liberace  
An excerpted passage by William Least Heat-Moon  An interview with Marvin Taylor
  Documents and artifacts from the Downtown Collection at New York University
  Two heliogravures by Danh Vo  
Two paintings and a film by James Benning

Channa Horwitz

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