News & Events, Spring 2018

Thursday 04/12/2018

 

Quijote Talk: Eduardo Navarro


Metabolic Drawings
April 12, 2018
132 West 21st Street, 6th floor
6:30pm
Free and open to the public

Eduardo Navarro and Dejan Lukic will talk about Navarro’s current show at the Drawing Center titled Into Ourselves, and its central idea of "shifting aesthetic primacy away from the eye and the world of ideas to the stomach and the metabolic system." In addition, Navarro's earlier works, ranging from installation to performance, where art and science converge with intricate and humorous simplicity, will be addressed. 

Eduardo Navarro was born in in Buenos Aires in 1979. Solo exhibitions of his work have been presented by the Museo Tamayo in Mexico City; High Line in New York; and DiTella University in Buenos Aires. His work was included in the 32nd São Paulo Biennial, Live Uncertainty (2016); Frieze projects, New York (2016); Surround Audience, New Museum Triennial, New York (2015); The Past, The Present, The Possible, Sharjah Biennial, UEA (2015); We, the Outsiders, e-flux, New York (2014); Ir para Volver, Cuenca Biennial, Ecuador (2014); Weather Permission, Mercosur Biennial (2013); There is always a cup of sea to sail in, 29th São Paulo Biennial (2010); and Screaming and Hearing, Mercosul Biennial (2009). 

Dejan Lukic was born in Croatia in 1973. He serves as a faculty member in the MFA Art Writing program at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Previously, he taught at Reed College, the New School, Rutgers University, and Columbia University. His writing encompasses art, philosophy, and politics. 

Quijote Talks take place in our library on 21st Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues in Chelsea, usually on Thursdays at 6:30 pm. Named after our favorite after-lecture hangout, El Quijote in the Chelsea Hotel, and inspired by the knight errant himself, this new series consists of pointed talks and discussions about relevant pasts and possible futures. See our full lecture series archive here