Encountering Eva Hesse Symposium at the Tate Modern, November 15, 2002
Since the late 1960s, when Eva Hesse’s art began to have significant impact, it has challenged artists, art historians and curators. To mark the major exhibition, Eva Hesse, at Tate Modern, a conference was organised in collaboration with AHRBCentre for Cultural Analysis, Theory and History, Leeds (CentreCATH) in Leeds.
Eva Hesse 1965: Panel discussion at the Brooklyn Museum, March 15, 2013
Taking inspiration from the 2013 Hauser & Wirth London exhibition Eva Hesse 1965, this panel reexamines Hesse’s legacy by focusing on her artistic experimentation during 1965, a pivotal period when she rethought her approach to color, materials, and two-dimensional work, and formed the foundation for her sculptural practice. Elisabeth Sussman, Sondra Gilman Curator of Photography at the Whitney Museum of American Art, moderates a conversation among writer William S. Wilson and contributors to the exhibition catalogue Todd Alden, Susan Fisher Sterling, and Kirsten Swenson. Introduction by Elizabeth Sackler.
An old 8mm film of Ray Johnson and May Wilson by William S Wilson under his Ray Johnson Archives. The film is from 40th wedding anniversary, May Wilson and William S. Wilson, Jr., late September, 1965, on Tilghman Island, Maryland
A visit to Nam June Paik’s empty studio
“Cakewalk” video with Robert Heide includes a brief segment with Bill Wilson at the opening of a Ray Johnson exhibition at the Feigen Gallery in Chelsea (via Gary Comenas at http://www.warholstars.org/)