Nares: Moves is the first retrospective on the contemporary New York-based artist James Nares (b. 1953) and reveals a significant career bringing motion into the spotlight. The exhibition is organized by the Milwaukee Art Museum and will premiere June 14 to October 6, 2019. In addition to being the first retrospective for Nares, it is also the first to explore in depth the artist’s films as central to his artistic practice. The exhibition and accompanying catalogue celebrate the key projects of this prolific, perpetual inventor and establish Nares as an important contemporary artist.
The recording here features Marcelle Polednik, PhD, Donna and Donald Baumgartner Director of the Milwaukee Art Museum and curator of the exhibition, and the artist Jamie Nares discussing the exhibition Nares: Moves. It is unedited. A shorter version produced to accompany the exhibition is on the audio guide on-site, available for $5 from the admissions desks.
Welcome world-renowned artist and Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Julian Schnabel in a conversation with the artist Jamie Nares, in this program presented in conjunction with the exhibition Nares: Moves.
Join Dr. Cary Gabriel Costello, associate professor of sociology and director of LGBT+ studies at UW-Milwaukee, as he explores the relationship between transgender experiences and artistic expression. Dr. Costello's talk will be followed by a Q&A with artists Jamie Nares and Ashley Altadonna.
Be among the first to see this major international loan exhibition that presents the extensive exchange of design ideas between the United States and the Nordic countries--Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden--between 1890 and 1980.
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