Marian Goodman Gallery Presents

  
 
Tacita Dean and Jim Cuno

Tacita Dean in conversation with Jim Cuno

"Pan Amicus," Dean's new 16mm film, was commissioned by the Getty Center, Los Angeles, where she was in residency from 2014-2015. Dean speaks with Jim Cuno, the President and CEO of the J. Paul Getty Trust, about the film, which includes museum objects, and is inspired by the Greek god Pan – ‘friend and helper’ in the ‘Piper at the Gates of Dawn’ (from the book, "The Wind in the Willows").

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Anri Sala in conversation with William J. Simmons

Anri Sala in conversation with William J. Simmons

The latest episode of Marian Goodman Gallery Presents takes a close look at Time No Longer, the immersive film and sound installation commissioned by Anri Sala for the Buffalo Bayou Park Cistern in Houston, Texas. Sala speaks with writer and curator William J. Simmons about his approach to space as an instrument and the project’s prevailing theme: time, and how it relates to history, music, solitude and outer space.
Nan Goldin and Thora Siemsen in Conversation

Nan Goldin and Thora Siemsen in Conversation

In her interview with writer Thora Siemsen, Nan Goldin shares the artistic process and the inspirations behind the photographs and films featured in 'Memory Lost,' the first solo presentation by the artist in New York in five years.
Orozco, Sugimoto and Kataoka in an interview.

Hiroshi Sugimoto and Gabriel Orozco in Conversation

Moderated by Mami Kataoka
The artists share their thoughts on process, architecture and the Japanese aesthetic with the director of the Mori Art Museum. This conversation, celebrating the work of both artists, takes place on the occasion of Theory of Colours, our solo exhibition by Sugimoto at Galerie Marian Goodman. The conversation was recorded this Spring at the Enoura Observatory, Japan, which is part of the Odawara Art Foundation.
Dieter Schwarz and Philipp Kaiser in Conversation

Dieter Schwarz and Philipp Kaiser in Conversation

The curator of Multiples, Inc.: 1965-1992 discusses the 2021 exhibition in New York with our Chief Executive Director of Artists & Programs.

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