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April 10th, Cambridge: Artist Talk by Todd Hido

Harvard Art Museums
Artist Talk by Todd Hido
Tuesday, April 10, 2012, 6:00-8:00 pm
Free and open to the public.

Todd Hido, in conversation with Sharon Harper, Associate Professor of Visual and Environmental Studies, Harvard University

Todd Hido makes night photographs of suburban neighborhoods, using long exposures to capture the effects of fog, and light from streetlamps and windows. Hido’s project relates closely to Feininger’s atmospheric night photographs of the Bauhaus building and the surrounding neighborhood.”

Harvard Art Museums
Arthur M. Sackler Museum
485 Broadway
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138

March 17th, Boston: “ONE OF A KIND” An Exhibition of Unique Artist’s Books Curated by Heide Hatry

ONE OF A KIND: An Exhibition of Unique Artist’s Books curated by Heide Hatry
Pierre Menard Gallery

10 Arrow Street, Harvard Square
Cambridge, Massachusetts [map]

Opening Reception: Thursday, March 17, 2011, 6 – 9 pm
The exhibition will be open from March 8th to April 9th, 2011

“We rarely have the opportunity to dwell in the world of the unique artist’s book, as considerations of security render its purpose almost impotent in the context of the museum, and its very uniqueness insures that any individual example is going to have an almost hermetic history.  It is therefore with great excitement that we announce an exhibition of unique artist’s books, curated by artist Heide Hatry, herself a former rare bookseller and maker of unique books.”  [read more]

An exhibition catalog will be available at the opening reception, with texts by Thyrza Nichols Goodeve and others.  The catalog is $35, contact the gallery to purchase.

Artists Involved
Roberta Allen (US), Tatjana Bergelt (Germany/Finland), Elena Berriolo (US/Italy), Star Black (US) Christine Bofinger (Germany), Dianne Bowen (US), Ian Boyden (US), Dove Bradshaw (US), Eli Brown (US), Inge Bruggeman (US), Kathline Carr (US), Chrissy Conant (US), Steven Daiber (US), George Deem (US), Thorsten Dennerline (US), Peter Downsbrough (US), Debra Drexler(US), Tim Ely (US), Max Gimblett (US/New Zealand), Chie Hasegawa (US), Heide Hatry (Germany/US), Laura Hatry (Germany/Spain), Ric Haynes(US), Anna Helm (Germany), Betty Hirst (US), Richard Humann (US), Iliyan Ivanov (US/Bulgaria), Paul M. Kaestner(Germany), Kahn & Selesnick (US), Ulrich Klieber (Germany), Bill Knott (US), Bodo Korsig (Germany/US), Richard Kostelanetz (US), Christina Kruse (US/Germany), Andrea Lange (Germany), Nick Lawrence (US), Jean-Jacques Lebel (France), Gregg LeFevre (US), Annette Lemieux (US), Stephen Lipman (US), Larry Miller (US), Kate Millett (US), Roberta Paul (US), Jim Peters (US), Raquel Rabinovich (US), Aviva Rahmani (US), Osmo Rauhala (Finland), Tom Roth (Germany), Jacqueline Rush Lee (US), Elsbeth Sachs (Austria), Cheryl Schainfeld (US), Carolee Schneemann (US), Ilse Schreiber-Noll (Germany/US), Pat Steir(US), Michelle Stuart (US), Aldo Tambellini (US), Sharone Vendriger, (Israel), Maria Viviano (Italy), Jan Wechsler (US), Lewis Warsh (US), Clemens Weiss (Germany/US), Mark Wiener (US), Purvis Young (USA) and Ottfried Zielke (Germany).

About the Curator
Heide Hatry
(b. 1965) is a German visual artist and curator.  She studied art at various German art schools and art history at the University of Heidelberg.  She taught painting at a private art school for 15 years, while simultaneously conducting an international business as an antiquarian bookseller.  Since moving to New York in 2003 she has curated numerous exhibitions in Germany, Spain and the United States.  She has shown her own work at museums and galleries in those countries as well and edited more than two dozen books and art catalogues.  Her book Skin was published by Kehrer Verlag, Heidelberg, in 2005 and Heads and Tales by Charta Art Books, Milan/New York in 2009.  She has produced more than 100 unique artist’s books, most of which are today held in private collections and public institutions.

The exhibition will then move on to New York City to be shown at the HP Garcia Gallery in Chelsea from, April 19 to May 21, 2011, with an opening reception on April 21st.

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