Daniel Faust and Lawrence Rinder: Artist Talks

Daniel Faust and Lawrence Rinder
Artist talks and a panel discussion “Scale, Context, and Community” with Alana Berglund from Holland Project

February 24, Thursday, 6pm, WRB 2006

"Scale, Context, and Community"
 Artist Daniel Faust and curator Lawrence Rinder will reflect on ways that scale, context, and community have influenced their respective practices. Faust, whose work often involves encyclopedic photographic arrays of subjects spanning the globe, will discuss a project focused on Alaska and another work-in-progress which will be his largest ever undertaking, including 15,000 works from 1981 to 2017. Rinder will contrast two exhibitions, Architecture of Life, which marked the re-opening of BAMPFA and included hundreds of works from many cultures and time periods and an upcoming exhibition that will take place in a tiny storefront gallery in the small ranching community of Cedarville, California (pop. 500).  

Daniel Faust is an internationally recognized photographer whose work often involves encyclopedic photographic arrays of subjects spanning the globe. Daniel Faust’s slide/film archive consists of 20,000 images from across America, Europe, Asia, South Africa, the Middle East, Brazil, India, New Zealand and elsewhere. 
Exhibited at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Le Laboratoire/Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; Gwangju Biennale, South Korea; Istanbul Biennial, Turkey; Ural Biennial, Ekaterinburg, Russia; Vienna Secession, Austria; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; New Museum, NY; American Fine Arts Co / Colin De Land, NY; documenta, Kassel, Germany.  
Published in Mousse Magazine; Contemporary Art Daily; The Art Newspaper; Atlantica Journal; Harvard University Press and L’Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts; Der Standard Newspaper; Artforum; Flash Art; Aperture; Architects Newspaper, and The New York Times. 
Given talks, presentations, and workshops at Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Curatorial Program, Torino, Italy; Antwerp Research Institute; Institute of Arts and Cultural Studies, Vienna; Rodchenko School, Moscow, Russia; MIT ACT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA ; University of California, Los Angeles; Glassell School of Art, MFA Houston; Curatorial Studies, Bard College, NY; Staatliche Hochschule, Frankfurt; Goldsmiths College, London; Jan Van Eyck Akademie, Massstricht; and Cooper Union, NY. 
Faust attended Alfred University NY, University of California Santa Cruz, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, International Center of Photography/ New York University.

For more information about his artowrks, visit:

https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search#!?q=Daniel%20Faust&perPage=20&sortBy=Relevance&offset=0&pageSize=0

https://media.contemporaryartlibrary.org/store/doc/5827/docfile/original-720aedc13dda5384fa204e4347a8c04d.pdf

https://www.contemporaryartdaily.com/project/daniel-faust-at-norma-mangione-turin-8353
 

Lawrence Rinder is Director Emeritus of the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive. He came to the University of California from the California College of the Arts where he was Dean of the College and Dean of Graduate Studies. Previously, he was the Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz Curator of Contemporary Art at the Whitney Museum of American Art where he organized exhibitions including “The "2002 Biennial." Prior to the Whitney, Rinder was founding director of the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, in San Francisco, and served as Assistant Director and Curator for Twentieth-Century Art at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive. Rinder received a B.A. in art from Reed College and an M.A. in art history from Hunter College. He has held teaching positions at UC Berkeley, Columbia University, and Deep Springs College. His play, “The Wishing Well,” co-authored with Kevin Killian, premiered in 2006 and he is the author (with Colter Jacobsen) of the photo-text novella, Tuleyome (Publication Studio, 2011).

 

This event has been made possible with the support of the Art Department Nieder Endowment, the School of the Arts Artist Lecture Funding, and the College of Liberal Arts Hilliard Endowment. Thank you.

Thursday, February 24 at 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

WRB (William J. Raggio), 2006