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Michelle Grabner in conversation with John Riepenhoff, Jennifer Reeder, Anne Wilson, Tony Tassett and Nate Young
FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art
Mar 26, 2018 (6pm)
Panel Discussion

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Join us for an evening with Graham grantee FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art in anticipation of its inaugural edition, An American City, taking place throughout the summer of 2018 with new work by over 60 artists, six major exhibitions, and site-specific installations around the city of Cleveland and Northeast Ohio.

Artistic Director Michelle Grabner will be in conversation with FRONT participating artists John Riepenhoff, Jennifer Reeder, Anne Wilson, Tony Tasset and Nate Young to discuss how artist projects are shaped within the triennial structure in addition to the ever-changing, politically urgent conditions of An American City.

Michelle Grabner is a celebrated American painter and conceptual artist. Her work has been featured in notable national and international collections. Grabner co-curated the 2015 Whitney Biennial and recently curated the Portland 2016 Biennial. Grabner is the Crown Family Professor of Painting and Drawing at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. With her husband, Brad Killam, she co-directs the the Suburban in Milwaukee and the Poor Farm in Little Wolf, Wisconsin.

Related Graham Foundation supported projects:
2017 Publication Grant to FRONT Exhibition Company for An American City: Exhibition Catalogue and Guide