Tseng Kwong Chi

Performing for the Camera

April 21–July11, 2015

Tseng Kwong Chi: Performing for the Camera

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May 04, 2019 | 06:30 pm - 08:30 pm

Dismantling Invisibility: Asian and Pacific Islander Artists’ Response to the AIDS Crisis Monday, May 4, 6:30 pm Fales Library, Bobst Library 70 Washington Square South, Third Floor Panel discussion moderated by Amy Sadao, Daniel Dietrich II Director, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, will focus on AIDS activism, including the exhibition Dismantling Invisibility: Asian […]

Jun 25, 2015 | 06:30 pm - 07:30 pm

Conversation Doryun Chong and Herb Tam Thursday, June 25, 6:30 pm Museum of Chinese in America 215 Centre Street   Doryun Chong, chief curator, M+ Hong Kong, and Herb Tam, curator and director of exhibitions, Museum of Chinese in America, will discuss Tseng’s life and art in New York, his influence on younger Chinese artists, […]

May 27, 2015 | 06:30 pm - 07:30 pm

Conversation Ann Magnuson and Carlo McCormick Wednesday, May 27, 6:30 pm Fales Library, Bobst Library 70 Washington Square South, Third Floor   In conversation with Carlo McCormick, senior editor, Paper Magazine, Ann Magnuson, writer, actress, singer, musician, and performer, will share memories of her friend and collaborator Tseng Kwong Chi, and recall the downtown New […]

May 01, 2015 | 06:00 pm - 08:00 pm

  Remembering Slutforart: Tseng Kwong Chi Friday, May 1, 6:00–8:00 pm Cantor Film Center, Theater 101 36 East Eighth Street A conversation and screening on dance, performance, and art with Ping Chong, artist; Bill T. Jones, dancer-choreographer; and Muna Tseng, dancer-choreographer, sister of Tseng Kwong Chi and trustee of his estate. Moderated by Karen Shimakawa, […]

Apr 29, 2015 | 06:30 pm - 07:30 pm

Photographic Archives: How Images Live On Wednesday, April 29, 6:30 pm Einstein Auditorium, Barney Building 34 Stuyvesant Street (between 3rd Ave. and 9th St.) Conversation between Julie Saul, owner of Julie Saul Gallery, who represented Tseng’s estate from 1996 to 2000, and Shelley Rice, professor of history of photography, NYU. Co-sponsored by NYU’s Masters Program […]