Project 4: Rey Akdogan is underway and taking shape because of visionary support from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts in the form of a Production and Presentation Grant. Publication scheduled for September 2021!
Minerva Projects has been awarded a generous grant covering production costs for Project 3, Text Book: Tamy Ben-Tor & Miki Carmi. We are delighted and honored. The book is scheduled to be published in May; With texts by Martin Brest, Norman Chernick-Zeitlin, Coco Fusco, Kate Gaudy, Koksue Kawahra, Adara Meyers, and Alpesh Kantilal Patel; and […]
Our first book event! Feeling tremendous gratitude for lasting friendship. Brilliant curator thought leader Whitney Mashburn @whitmash and @holdingspacearchive with photo curator Carrie Cushman @carriecush have taken the lead. @thedavismuseum at Wellesley College generously hosting. Check out the panelists: A stellar line-up. Hope to see you there! 2:30pm-4pmMonday,February 7, 2022Virtual EventFree and Open to the Public Register at https://wellesley.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_PVHWcO6zR-yYpzDWOl2I1Q
Minerva Projects is thrilled to be a presenter at the upcoming VoCA Artist Interview Workshop to be held at MoMA in New York on January 17 & 18, 2019.
Gariné Torossian’s – “An Inventory of Some Strictly Visible Things” (2017)
Viken Berberian recognized our 2017 commission for Fixed Point Perspective, an exquisite experimental short film by Gariné Torossian. The film is aptly described by Berberian: “In a nod to Perec, Torossian’s An Inventory of Some Strictly Visible Things is a riveting account of the everyday in a small post-Soviet republic: a country obsessed with the […]