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POS_installation view 2021

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08/10/2022 00:00 08/10/2022 23:45 Europe/London Jessica Vaughn in Conversation with Stephen Kwok and Alexis Lowry on Charlotte Posenenske Event DetailsSaturday, October 8, 2022, 2 pm Dia Beacon3 Beekman StreetBeacon, New York Free with museum admission. Space is limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Jessica Vaughn is an artist who lives in Brooklyn, New York. Her work in sculpture, video, and photography interrogates questions of labor, race, and architecture. Vaugh’s artist book Depreciating Assets was published in 2021 by Printed Matter. She received a BHA from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, and an MFA from the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Vaughn participated in the Whitney Independent Study Program and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. She is an associate professor of art at Temple University, Philadelphia, and a 2022 WRI Research Fellow at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal. Vaughn’s work has been recently shown in the solo exhibition Our Primary Focus is to Be Successful (2021) at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, and in group exhibitions including The Condition of Being Addressable (2022) at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. She has a forthcoming solo exhibition at the Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf, in 2023.  Stephen Kwok is curator of public engagement at Dia, where he was a facilitator at the Posenenske Sessions, a series of programs held in conjunction with displays of the artist’s work at Dia Beacon. Alexis Lowry is curator at Dia, where she organized the 2019 retrospective Charlotte Posenenske: Work in Progress and the current display of the artist’s work. Dia Beacon TURE DD/MM/YYYY Jessica Vaughn in Conversation with Stephen Kwok and Alexis Lowry on Charlotte Posenenske
Camille Norment, <em>Untitled</em> (detail), 2022. © Camille Norment. Photo: Don Stahl

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14/10/2022 00:00 14/10/2022 23:45 Europe/London Camille Norment: Plexus Book Launch; A conversation with Camille Norment, Seth Cluett, and James Hoff Event DetailsFriday, October 14, 2022, 1 pmDia Chelsea537 West 22nd StreetNew York, New York Free. Register for the event here. Throughout her career, Camille Norment has investigated what she terms cultural psychoacoustics: the relationships and contingencies between sound, culture, and perception. Building on her commission for Dia Chelsea, Plexus (2022), this artist’s book seeks formally and conceptually to imbue a sonic sensibility and extend understandings of the artist’s practice. On the occasion of the publication’s launch, Norment will be in dialogue with artists Seth Cluett and James Hoff about the interrelations of sound (art) and print media, as well as how the book form can reflect time-based work. As an extension of Plexus, Cluett and Hoff collaborated with Norment on “Context and Constellations,” an iterative and interactive library of text and audio with which visitors are invited to engage in Dia Chelsea’s program space. Extending this collaborative mode to a live conversation, the artists will also speak to how the library’s materials are accrued and how text and distributed media can provide new and critical context to the experience of listening. This program is presented as part of The 2022 NY Art Book Fair Classroom. Hosted by Dia Art Foundation, 537 W. 22 Street, The Classroom is a long-running program that provides space for artists, writers, designers, and publishers to highlight new releases and fosters dialogue around important themes in artists’ book publishing. The program is organized in collaboration with David Senior, Director of Library & Archives at SFMOMA. The 2022 NYABF is taking place October 13–16 at 548 W. 22nd St. Seth Cluett is a composer, visual artist, and writer. He has received grants from Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Fund and Meet the Composer, and his work has been presented internationally at venues such as the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; MoMA PS1, New York; and CONTEXT Art Miami. Cluett is artist-in-residence at Nokia Bell Labs in Holmdel, New Jersey, and director of the Computer Music Center at Columbia University, New York, where he is on the faculty of music composition and also serves as assistant director of the school’s Sound Art MFA program. James Hoff is an artist living in Brooklyn, New York. His work encompasses a variety of media, including painting, sound, and performance, as well as a publishing practice with the organization Primary Information, which he co-founded. Recently, his work has focused on language and ambient media at the intersection of developing technologies and networked communication in relation to social, political, and sonic space. He has exhibited work and performed at cultural organizations throughout North America and Europe.  Camille Norment was born in Silver Spring, Maryland, in 1970. She received a BA in comparative literature and art history from the University of Michigan in 1992. At New York University, she received an MFA in 1994 and an MA in Interactive Telecommunications in 1998. She attended the Whitney Independent Study Program in 1994–95. Norment’s practice is informed by the sonic and spans drawing, installation, performance, sculpture, sound, and video. Her work has recently been shown in solo exhibitions at Oslo Kunstforening, Norway; Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, University of Chicago; and Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Dublin. Several permanent public installations and sculptures of her work are installed in Norway and Italy. She has recently performed at institutions including the Munch Museum, Oslo (2021); Renaissance Society, University of Chicago (with Hamid Drake, 2019); and Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (with Craig Taborn, 2019). Her albums include Toll (2011) and the soundtrack and special-edition LP for the film The Haunted (2017/20). Norment represented Norway in the 2015 Venice Biennale and has since participated in the Kochi-Muziris (2016), Montreal (2016), Lyon (2017), and Thailand (2018) biennials. She is prorector of research at the Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo (Oslo National Academy of the Arts). She lives in Oslo. Dia Chelsea TURE DD/MM/YYYY Camille Norment: Plexus Book Launch; A conversation with Camille Norment, Seth Cluett, and James Hoff
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Education Program

Saturday Studio on the Farm


Common Ground Farm

Saturday Studio

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15/10/2022 10:30 15/10/2022 12:00 Europe/London Saturday Studio on the Farm Event DetailsSaturday, October 15, 2022, 10:30 am–12 pm Common Ground Farm79 Farmstead LaneWappingers Falls, New York Join a practicing artist for a free outdoor workshop of art making and exploration offered in partnership with Common Ground Farm. Designed for all ages, Saturday Studio is a family friendly program that is most suitable for children ages 5 and up. Saturday Studio begins promptly at 10:30 am at Common Ground Farm. In the case of inclement weather, the program will take place on Sunday, October 16, from 10:30 am–12 pm. Space is limited and reservations are required. Reservations open on Friday, October 7, at 9 am.  Program Guidelines: Families attending Saturday Studio must include at least one adult caretaker; groups should be no larger than six people Wearing a mask is optional Advanced reservations are required; walk-ins will not be accepted An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present; by attending Saturday Studio at Common Ground Farm, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 For more information, email learning@diaart.org.     Common Ground is a nonprofit community farm that works hard to ensure food and educational access to everyone in our community. To learn more about their work, visit commongroundfarm.org. Common Ground runs on the generous support of its community. If you are able, please consider making a donation.     Common Ground Farm FALSE DD/MM/YYYY Saturday Studio on the Farm
Poetry &: Beginnings & Endings

Poetry Reading

Poetry &: Beginnings & Endings with Jon Sands and Riley Mulherkar


Dia Chelsea

Poetry &

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29/10/2022 18:00 29/10/2022 23:45 Europe/London Poetry &: Beginnings & Endings with Jon Sands and Riley Mulherkar Event DetailsSaturday, October 29, 6 pm Dia Chelsea537 West 22nd StreetNew York, New York Free. Register for the event here. Award-winning poet and performer Jon Sands partners with acclaimed jazz trumpeter Riley Mulherkar for an intimate collaboration in and around Dia Chelsea. With words and musical notes as raw material, their one-hour set challenges the lines between public and private. Using the city itself, with all of its movement and energy, as a backdrop, the artists aim to build a new “emotional history”—to use Sands’s term—that is, a living, moment-to-moment archive of how it feels in the here and now.   About the Artists Jon Sands is a poet and performer living in Brooklyn. His second book, It’s Not Magic (2019), received a prize as part of the 2018 National Poetry Series. He is the facilitator of Emotional Historians, a series of generative writing workshops. His work has been featured in the New York Times and anthologized in The Best American Poetry.  Riley Mulherkar is bandleader, composer, faculty member of the College of Performing Arts at the New School, New York, and artistic director for jazz at Joye in Aiken, South Carolina. A graduate of the Juilliard School, New York, he was the first recipient of the Laurie Frink Career Grant at the Festival of New Trumpet Music and a 2020 Lincoln Center Emerging Artist Award recipient. Mulherkar is also a founding member of the band The Westerlies.  Dia Chelsea FALSE DD/MM/YYYY Poetry &: Beginnings & Endings with Jon Sands and Riley Mulherkar
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Special Event

Hudson Valley Free Day


Dia Beacon

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30/10/2022 00:00 30/10/2022 23:45 Europe/London Hudson Valley Free Day Hudson Valley residents receive free admission to Dia Beacon on the last Sunday of each month. The Hudson Valley encompasses the following counties: Albany, Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, Orange, Putnam, Rensselaer, Rockland, Saratoga, Schenectady, Sullivan, Ulster, Washington, and Westchester. Please contact 845 231 0811 or tickets@diaart.org to reserve tickets. Hudson Valley Free Days at Dia Beacon are made possible by Charlie Pohlad.     Dia Beacon TURE DD/MM/YYYY Hudson Valley Free Day

Exhibitions & Projects On View

Blinky Palermo, <em>Times of the Day I</em>, 1974–75. Dia Art Foundation © Blinky Palermo/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Bill Jacobson Studio, New York

Blinky Palermo

Opened August 20, 2022, Dia Beacon

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Camille Norment, <em>Untitled</em>, 2022. Installation view, Dia Chelsea, New York. © Camille Norment. Courtesy Dia Art Foundation. Photo: Sophie Sahara

Camille Norment: Plexus

March 3, 2022–January 7, 2023, Dia Chelsea

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Charles Gaines

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Charlotte Posenenske

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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A green fluorescent barrier spans a large dark room with pillars.

Dan Flavin

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Two wooden slats joined in the middle, running from one wall to another.

Donald Judd

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Dorothea Rockburne

May 6, 2018—November 27, 2022, Dia Beacon

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Fred Sandback

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Three large reflective planes of gray sheet glass each mounted to a different white wall in large sunlit room with a polished concrete floor and windows.

Gerhard Richter

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Large, smooth, curved wooden shapes and cubes abutt and pile atop each other in the center of a room, with wooden panels and empty frames leaning on the walls, all stained a reddish brown.

Imi Knoebel

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Imi Knoebel

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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<em>Jo Baer</em>, installation view, Dia Beacon, Beacon, New York, 2022. © Jo Baer. Photo: Bill Jacobson Studio, New York

Jo Baer

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Joan Jonas

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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A crumpled-and-folded metallic object in white, brown, silver, and various shades of red rests on a wooden floor in front of a white background.

John Chamberlain

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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<em>Larry Bell</em>, installation view, Dia Beacon, Beacon, New York, 2022. © Photo: Bill Jacobson Studio, New York

Larry Bell

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Lawrence Weiner, CADMIUM & MUD & TITANIUM & LEAD & FERROUS OXIDE & SO ON . . ., 1991. Detail view, Dia:Beacon, Beacon, New York, 2016. © Lawrence Weiner/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Eva Deitch

Lawrence Weiner

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Lawrence Weiner, <em>5 Figures of Structure</em>, 1987. Dia Art Foundation; Partial gift, Lannan Foundation, 2013. © Lawrence Weiner/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Bill Jacobson Studio, New York

Lawrence Weiner

Opened August 12, 2022, Dia Beacon

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<em>Leslie Hewitt</em>, installation view, Dia Bridgehampton, New York, 2022. Photo: Don Stahl

Leslie Hewitt

June 24, 2022—June 4, 2023, Dia Bridgehampton

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Louise Bourgeois

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Louise Lawler

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Merz, 8, 5, 3, 1985

Mario Merz

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Two adjacent beige rectangular pieces of paper, the left displaying a multicolored line drawing, the right a block of handwritten text

Max Neuhaus

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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May amnesia never kiss us on the mouth

Part II Launched March 5, 2022, Artist Web Projects

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Melvin Edwards, <em>Gonogo</em> (detail), 1970/ 2022. © Melvin Edwards. Photo: Don Stahl

Melvin Edwards

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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A large gray-brown rock sits upright in a rectangular cutout of a white wall.

Michael Heizer

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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STU_Sayreville Strata Quartet 1976

Michelle Stuart

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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A navy-blue canvas with centered white sans-serif type that reads

On Kawara

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Richard Serra

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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 Robert Irwin, <em>Full Room Skylight – Scrim V – Dia Beacon</em>, 1972/2022. Installation view, Dia Beacon, Beacon, New York, 2022. © Dia Art Foundation. Photo: Bill Jacobson Studio, New York

Robert Irwin

Opened August 6, 2022, Dia Beacon

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Irwin, Rendering of Dia:Beacon, c. 1999

Robert Irwin, Beacon Project

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Two square white paintings hang on either side of a corner; the left one is very large and the right one is very small. A large, rectangular white painting affixed to a wall by long metal rods and resting on the wood floor is partially visible through a doorway to the left of the paintings.

Robert Ryman

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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A pile of teal glass on a concrete floor.

Robert Smithson

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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Sol LeWitt

Long-term view, Dia Beacon

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