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The experimental exhibition “After History: Alexandre Kojève as a Photographer” presents the photographs, collected postcards, and hand-drawn itineraries of the... Read more
What is the boiling point of language? When does it agitate and awaken listeners to spring into action? On the other hand, when is it just a lot of hot air—left to dissipate and lose meaning... Read more
What is the meaning of cultural icons in a world saturated with images and information? Amidst fields of exuberant abstraction, Jiha Moon shares bits of culturally specific popular imagery. Often... Read more
The James Gallery is pleased to present the work Common Assembly by Decolonizing Architecture Art Residency, a design group and residency program founded by Alessandro Petti, Sandi Hilal, and Eyal... Read more
The video exhibition Shifters in the James Gallery focuses on three artistic practices that propose new means of engagement with public space in cities as diverse as Guadalajara, Cairo, Novi Sad,... Read more
Exhibition opening Wed Sept 14, 2011, 6-8pm
On view Wed Sept 14 to Sat Oct 29, 2011
(exhibition will be closed Oct 7-17 inclusive)
Hours:... Read more
Although we may at times forget, at this moment in the beginning of the 21st century we are inside a particular narrative of modernism. The paintings and drawings on view at the James depict... Read more
What possibilities occur in the space and time of the caesura? The so-called “tram lines” or “railroad tracks” of poetic and musical pause allow for reflection and at the... Read more
September 21, 2010–January 8, 2011
June 24 – August 27, 2010