Klaus Kertess co-founded and directed the Bykert Gallery in New York City from 1966 to 1975, and has curated numerous exhibitions including the 1995 Whitney Biennial. Among his many publications since 1975 are monographs on Peter Hujar, Brice Marden, and Joan Mitchell, and recent essays on John Chamberlain, Albert Oehlen, and Matthew Ritchie. In 2009, Kertess received the Lawrence A. Fleischman award for scholarly excellence in the field of American art history from the Smithsonian Archives for American Art. A selection of his writings will be published in fall 2010.
Trisha Brown in conversation with independent curator Klaus Kertess and Dia director Philippe Vergne
Saturday, February 13, 2010, 3pm
Free with museum admission. Reservations recommended.
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Trisha Brown Dance Company