Art Movements

Cannupa Hanska Luger’s “Every One” with collaborators, photographed from an aerial worker (image pleasantness of Project Indigene)

Art Movements is a weekly index of developments centering a people of a humanities and enlightenment sphere. Listen to a weekly podcast of a same name on iTunes.

Accolades

Camille A. Brown and The Haas Brothers will be reputable during a National Youngarts Foundation Backyard Ball with the 2019 Arison Alumni Award and the Arison Award, respectively. [via email announcement]

The Center for Curatorial Leadership has announced a 12 curators who will attend in a 2019 category of Fellows. [via email announcement]

The 4 artists shortlisted for a 22nd annual Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize are Laia Abril, Susan Meiselas, Arwed Messmer, and Mark Ruwedel. The winner, heralded for their detailed contributions in Europe, will be announced in May 2019. The leader will accept £30,000. (~$40,000). [ArtDaily]

Agnes Gund, who is a boss emerita of MoMA and founded a Art for Justice Fund in 2017, was awarded a “philanthropy innovator” in a Wall Street Journal’s “Innovators” issue. [via email announcement]

Cannupa Hanska Luger was awarded a initial Burke Prize for contemporary qualification by a Museum of Arts and Design in New York. Luger will accept $50,000. [via email announcement]

Pyer Moss was announced as a leader of a 2018 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. [Vogue]

Agence Christiane Schmuckle-Mollard was awarded a 2018 WMF/Knoll Modernism Prize. The fame follows a refuge of a Karl Marx School in Villejuif, France. [ARTnews]

Opportunities

Nepcetaq Mask, featured in Two Thousand Years of Inuit Art at Donald Ellis Gallery; Yup’ik, Lower Yukon River, Alaska, c. 1830-60, wood, teeth, width: 23″, height: 19″ (courtesy Donald Ellis Gallery, New York)

Winnipeg Art Gallery in Canada is seeking a Manager of Indigenous Initiatives and an Assistant Curator of Inuit Art. In a lead-up to a opening of a Inuit Art Centre in 2020, a origination of these new roles increases Indigenous care and group during a Gallery. The deadline to request for both full-time positions is November 23, 2018. [ArtDaily]

The Harvard Graduate School of Design is seeking submissions for a 2019 Wheelwright Prize, an open general foe that awards $100,000 to a gifted early-career engineer to support travel-based research. The acquiescence deadline is Jan 27, 2019. [Wheelwright Prize]

The Broad Museum in Los Angeles has launched a Diversity Apprenticeship Program in hunt of nonwhite, women, and LGBTQ art handlers and conservators. [Broad]

Transitions

J’accuse” (2016), installation. Wooden busts on lead plinths, wooden sculptures on lead supports, single-screen video projection. (image by Zachary Small for Hyperallergic)

Kader Attia is now represented by Regen Projects gallery in Los Angeles. [ARTNews]

Bastian Gallery in Berlin will open a plcae in London. [Financial Times]

Huma Bhabha and Lauren Halsey are now represented by David Kordansky Gallery in Los Angeles. [ARTnews]

Heidi Hahn is now represented by Kohn Gallery in Los Angeles and Nathalie Karg Gallery in New York. [ARTnews]

Paul Holdengräber, owner and executive of a New York Public Library’s LIVE from a NYPL informative series, will leave a NYPL. [via email announcement]

Donald Judd and a Judd Foundation are now represented by Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in Europe. [via email announcement]

Sanam Khatibi will be represented by P.P.O.W. Gallery in Chelsea, New York. [via email announcement]

Mee-Seen Loong will join a Chinese ink art gallery, INK Studio, in Beijing. [via email announcement]

Rebecca Matalon was allocated curator during a Contemporary Arts Museum Houston in Texas. [Chron]

The Panoply Performance Laboratory in Brooklyn, orderly by a common of a same name given 2012, will be renamed IV Soldiers, orderly by IV Castellanos and Amanda Hunt, in Jan 2019. The PPL’s final performances will start Nov 16–18. [via email announcement]

Kimberly Rorschach, executive and CEO of Seattle Art Museum, will retire. [Seattle Times]

Brie Ruais is now represented by Albertz Benda gallery in New York. [ARTNews]

Sally Tallant was allocated boss and executive executive of a Queens Museum in New York. [via email announcement]

Bona Yoo was allocated sales executive of a Lévy Gorvy gallery in New York. [via email announcement]

Obituaries

Garo Antreasian (1922), printmaker and artist who served as a Tamarind Institute of Lithography’s initial technical executive and master printer when Tamarind Lithography Workshop, Inc. non-stop in Los Angeles during a summer of 1960 [via @tonemesa on Instagram]

Jun Ashida (1930), conform engineer who dressed Japanese kingship [Japan Times]

Bernard Bragg (1928–2018), co-founder of a National Theatre of a Deaf [Playbill]

Raymond Chow (1927), Hong Kong film author who introduced Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan to a film universe [Guardian]

Sonny Fortune (1939–2018), jazz saxophonist and composer [Amsterdam News]

Hardy Fox (1945), primary composer and author for fashionable art collective, a Residents [Pitchfork]

Milton Gendel (1918), poignant art censor in New York and Rome [WRAL]

Roy Hargrove (1969), reputable jazz trumpeter who bridged a genre with hip-hop and RB [NPR]

Freddie Hart (1926–2018), CMA, ACM and Grammy award-winning nation musician [Variety]

Sadaharu Horio (1939–2018), member of a Japanese fashionable Gutai Art Association [ArtForum]

William J. Murtagh (1923), consultant in design refuge [Washington Post]

Judith Kazantzis (1940), British feminist producer and romantic  [NYT]

Frank Litsky (1926–2018), sportswriter for a New York Times [NYT]

Muriel Manings (1923), dancer who achieved with a left-leaning New Dance Group [NYT]

Melvin Ragin aka “Wah Wah Watson” (1950–2018), inclusive essence and despondency guitarist famous for his wah-wah pedal, who worked with Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson, and a Temptations [Rolling Stone]

Jin Yong (1924), literary hulk in China who popularized martial humanities and desirous film, radio and video diversion adaptations [NYT]

Paul Zimmerman (1932), NFL author [Sports Business Daily]

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