Aesthetic Confessions: Almine Rech
Featuring Almine Rech-Picasso and Phyllis Tuchman, with Michael Kelleher
12 p.m. Eastern / 9 a.m. Pacific
Gallerist Almine Rech-Picasso joins Rail Editor-at-Large Phyllis Tuchman for a conversation. We conclude with a poetry reading by Michael Kelleher.
In this talk
Almine Rech-Picasso opened a gallery with an associate in the Marais in Paris in November 1989. Five years later, Almine Rech opened her own gallery in a new space in Paris. Almine Rech now has galleries in major cities including Brussels, London, New York, and Shanghai. The gallery’s programming is not tied to one formal aspect or to a specific medium, but to the singularity of the artwork and the artistic commitment of the artist. Almine Rech believes that art is a space for freedom of expression, perhaps the only such space in contemporary society. In addition to its roster of internationally recognized artists, it has always been the gallery’s mission to continually seek out and add artists to its program.
Critic and art historian Phyllis Tuchman teaches and writes about art, particularly sculpture. She has taught at Williams College, Hunter College, and the School of Visual Arts. She is an Editor-at-Large for the Brooklyn Rail.
The Rail has a tradition of ending our conversations with a poetry reading, and we’re fortunate to have Michael Kelleher reading.
Michael Kelleher’s most recent book of poems is Visible Instruments (Chax, 2017). He is the director of the Windham-Campbell Prizes at Yale.
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