Bard College Berlin Presents
Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Julian Irlinger: Aesthetics in Times of Emergency

Bard College Berlin

Online Guest Lecture
5:30 pm CET

Laura López Paniagua's seminar on "Exceeding the Framework: Approaches to the Contemporary Sublime" invites you to join a guest lecture and discussion with contemporary artist Julian Irlinger. Irlinger will give a presentation of his work and discuss his practice. He negotiates institutions and image politics that are related to the writing of history. For that he combines research with the presentation of materials for their economically and politically illuminating value. The discussion will focus on notions of beauty and sublime in relation to his practice and Contemporary Art.

Julian Irlinger (1986, based in Berlin). Irlinger studied art at the academy of visual arts in Leipzig and Städelschule in Frankfurt before attending the Whitney Independent Study Program in New York City. He also received a BA in art history from FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg. He had solo shows at Wilhelm-Hack-Museum (Ludwigshafen), Galerie Thomas Schulte (Berlin) and Kunsthalle Darmstadt. He has been included in group shows at MMK Frankfurt, artists space (New York) and Kunsthalle Wien. His publications "byproducts/matters", "props" and "Fragments of a Crisis" are published by Spector Books. His upcoming project "gift" will be shown in two solo presentations at Galerie Wedding (Berlin) this year and in 2021 at the Wende Museum of the Cold War in Los Angeles. The project will be accompanied by a publication with Spector Books.

Date & time: Tuesday, April 28th, 2020, 5:30 pm CET

This event is only open to members of the Bard College Berlin community.

Contact information:  communications@berlin.bard.edu

Location: Bard College Berlin

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