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Friday 17.03.2017

Border Control: On the Edges of American Art at Tate Liverpool


Image: Ellsworth Kelly, 'Saint Martin Landscape' 1979. Printed paper on printed card, 388 x 557 mm. Presented by Tyler Graphics Ltd in honour of Pat Gilmour, Tate Print Department 1974–7, 2004.

Border Control: On the Edges of American Art
Tate Liverpool
http://www.tate.org.uk/refiguringamericanart

Info

Thursday 25 and Friday 26 May 2017

Contact

julia.bailey@tate.org.uk
Julia Bailey


Address

http://www.tate.org.uk/refiguringamericanart
Tate Liverpool
Albert Dock, Liverpool Waterfront
Liverpool L3 4BB
UK

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Border Control: On the Edges of American Art

Thursday 25 and Friday 26 May 2017
Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool L3 4BB, UK

Conference convened by Julia Bailey (Tate Research) and Alex Taylor (University of Pittsburgh)
Supported by the Terra Foundation for American Art

Reserve your place now for this major international conference. Led by Tate Research, the two-day event brings together historians of art and visual culture, to share new scholarship exploring the crossed boundaries and expanded limits of art from the United States.

Recent histories of American art have strived to uncover the varied acts of traversal and attempts at containment that have shaped its development. As migration and expatriatism have come to be understood among its defining characteristics, once carefully delineated edges between the national and the foreign seem increasingly porous. This shift corresponds with the dissolution of other kinds of borders. Artists have long transgressed the limits of artistic movement, medium specificity and other imposed restrictions, sometimes sneaking well outside the bounds of art itself. Historians of American art have also begun to more actively cross the disciplinary limits that once constrained the field.

Led by keynote speakers Philip Ursprung (Professor of the History of Art and Architecture, ETH Zurich) and Cécile Whiting (Chancellor's Professor, University of California, Irvine), 'Border Control: On the Edges of American Art' will embrace scholarship that attends to the boundaries of American art in the broadest visual, historical and conceptual terms.

This conference is presented as the culmination of the three-year Tate Research project 'Refiguring American Art', and coincides with a related display at Tate Liverpool.

FREE BUT TICKETED

As space is limited, attendees must RSVP to julia.bailey@tate.org.uk by 5 May 2017
Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis

Further details and full schedule are available at www.tate.org.uk/refiguringamericanart