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Panel: Future of Cultural Production, Carmen Hermo, Eva Mayhabal Davis, Anna Mikaela Ekstrand et al.

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Carmen Hermo, Associate Curator at the Brooklyn Museum, and Eva Mayhabal Davis, Curator, Arts Advocate, and Co-director of Transmitter.

"The Immigrant Artist Biennial 2020 presents  The Future of Cultural Production A Panel Discussion With guests Carmen Hermo, Associate Curator at the Brooklyn Museum, and Eva Mayhabal Davis, Curator, Arts Advocate, and Co-director of Transmitter, and Anna Mikael Ekstrand, Katherine Adams, Mary Annunziata, and Allison Cannella from the TIAB team.  Moderated by Katya Grokhovsky Tuesday, November 10, 2020, 6.30-8pm ET Register on ZOOM

Join us tomorrow, as The Immigrant Artist Biennial and two esteemed guests discuss the future of cultural production in a time of political upheaval and global health crisis via Zoom.

Currently on view:

Federico Cuatlacuatl, ‘Tiemperos Del Antropoceno’, 2020, photo David Morales The Immigrant Artist Biennial 2020: Here, Together! Virtual Exhibitions

On view: October 16th - December 18th, 2020

Home Land Curator: Katya Grokhovsky 

Artists: Cinthya Santos-Briones, WANG Chen, Alicja Gaskon, Anh Thuy Nguyen, Nazanin Noroozi, Ming-Jer Kuo, Victoria-Idongesit Udondian, Luisa Valderrama The Imminent Arrival Curator: Katya Grokhovsky

Artists: Bianca Abdi-Boragi, Shay Arick, Irja Bodén, Federico Cuatlacuatl, Firoz Mahmud, Abena Motaboli, Rehab El Sadek, Buket SAVCI, Joo Yeon Woo, Minoosh Zomorodinia 

Mother Tongue Co- Curators: Katya Grokhovsky, Mary Annunziata, Allison Cannella, Anna Mikaela Ekstrand 

Artists: Ferguson Amo, Mahsa Biglow, Sera Boeno,  Carolina Casusol, Cecile Chong, Furen Dai, Priyanka Dasgupta & Chad Marshall, Priscilla Dobler Dzul, Matilda Forsberg, Nina Ghanbarzadeh (Afkhamian),  Yikui (Coy) Gu, Luma Jasim,Tiri Kananuruk, Marina Kassianidou, Cecilia Kim, Marina Leybishkis, Stefana McClure, Rodrigo Moreira, Renana Neuman, Sari Nordman, Kasia Ozga, Dafna Rehavia, Katreen Sorokina, Tereza Swanda, Johanna Strobel, Hui-Ying Tsai, Tansy Xiao, Haksul Lee & Natsuki Takauji, Tao Wei Performance projects: Kevin Quiles Bonilla, Marcela Casals, Salomé Egas, Bianca Falco, Georgia Lale, Silkworm Pupas (Jiaoyang Li & JinJin Xu), Jorge Rojas, María Verónica San Martín

Subscribe on our website to stay up to date on all of the programming ahead!

Be well and see you soon, The TIAB Team

The Immigrant Artist Biennial (TIAB) is a platform for exhibitions and public event series featuring critically-engaged contemporary art by US-based immigrant artists, debuting in 2020 across NYC.

Press:  Art Zealous, Pivots and Collaboration: The Remarkable Women Behind The Immigrant Artist Biennial Share Their Curatorial Process WNYC (Radio Podcast), All of It - The Immigrant Artist Biennial Artslooker, Відкриття Бієнале художників-іммігрантів  ImmigrationProf Blog, Expression Beyond Language: Immigrant Art in a Global Pandemic Cultbytes, Editor's New York Picks The Art Newspaper, Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend, Oct 2 2020 Hyperallergic, Centering Immigrant Artists, From Advising on Visa Applications to Responding to Xenophobia Artnet, Editors’ Picks - 10 Things Not to Miss in the Virtual Art World  Bedford + Bowery, A Visually Impaired Dancer Asks You to Take a Closer Look at His Work Bedford + Bowery, Cole Lu On Making Art While Quarantined in Immigration Limbo Asylum Arts Magazine, The Immigrant Artist Bienniale Bedford + Bowery, Katya Grokhovsky Foundwork, Dialogues Art Spiel, Supporting Immigrant Artists Creatrix, The Immigrant Artist Biennial Curious Frenchy, The Immigrant Artist Biennial Launches on Kickstarter NYFA Current, Conversations | The Immigrant Artist Biennial (TIAB) Kickstarter Blog, Meet the Fall 2019 Kickstarter Creators-in-Residence Arte Fuse, Behind the Scenes of The Immigrant Artist Biennial: Interview with Katya Grokhovsky This project is fiscally sponsored by NYFA."

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