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Ydessa Hendeles, From her wooden sleep…, 2013 (detail). Photo by Robert Keziere.

Shifting Visions: Collections, Memories and Archives

13 May 2015

Curator Karen Alexander chairs a panel discussion in response to From her wooden sleep…Ydessa Hendeles

Panellists include Phillip Larratt-Smith, curator of From her wooden sleep . . . Ydessa Hendeles and Mark Sealy, curator of the Photographers' Gallery exhibition Human Rights, Human Wrongs (6 Feb – 6 Apr 2015).

Shifting Visions: Collections, Memories and Archives

Philip Larratt-Smith is a writer and curator based in New York and, since 2014, Chief Curator of the Faurschou Foundation in Copenhagen and Beijing. Recent curatorial projects include: Ydessa Hendeles From her wooden sleep… (2015), ICA London; Louise Bourgeois. Petite Maman (2013), Museo Palacio de Bellas Artes; Yayoi Kusama / Infinite Obsession (2013-2015), MALBA, Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Instituto Tomie Ohtake, and Museo Tamayo, with Frances Morris; Bruce Nauman / mindfuck (2013), Hauser & Wirth London; Tracey Emin / How It Feels (2012), MALBA; Bye Bye American Pie (2012), MALBA, featuring Jean-Michel Basquiat, Larry Clark, Nan Goldin, Jenny Holzer, Barbara Kruger, Paul McCarthy, and Cady Noland; Louise Bourgeois: Conscious and Unconscious (2012), Qatar Museums Authority, Doha; Louise Bourgeois: The Return of the Repressed (2011-12), Fundación PROA, Instituto Tomie Ohtake, Museu de Arte Moderna de Rio de Janeiro, and Freud Museum London; Larry Clark (2011), Fototeca de Cuba, Havana; Joan Mitchell (2010), Inverleith House, Edinburgh; and Andy Warhol, Mr. America (2009-2010), Banco de la República, MALBA, and Pinacoteca de São Paulo. Larratt-Smith has written extensively on postwar and contemporary art, including such artists as Roni Horn, Guillermo Kuitca, Philip Guston, Milton Resnick, and Esther Kläs.

Mark Sealy is the curator of Director of Autograph ABP. In 2007, Sealy was awarded the Hood Medal for services to photography by the Royal Photographic Society. He is currently a PhD candidate at Durham University. His research focuses on photography and cultural violence.

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