Shifting the Silence Artist Panel: Tania Pérez Córdova, Ayesha Sultana, and HAEGUE YANG

Haegue Yang, Yearning Melancholy Red, 2008 (installation view, SFMOMA, 2022); collection SFMOMA, acquired through the generosity of Helen and Charles Schwab and purchase, by exchange, through a gift of Peggy Guggenheim; © Haegue Yang; photo: Katherine Du Tiel.

Shifting the Silence Artist Panel: Tania Pérez Córdova, Ayesha Sultana, and HAEGUE YANG

Thurs, May 5 | 6:30 PM

SFMoMA
151 Third St
San Francisco, CA 94103
Floor 1, Phyllis Wattis Theater

Free with RSVP; RSVP encouraged as capacity is limited.

Shifting the Silence explores new narratives of contemporary art history by collapsing the limits of generation, artistic influence, and geography into an opportunity for a conversation between intuitions in which the radical language of abstraction sets the pitch and volume. Works by thirty-two artists explore experimentation, impermanence, and subjectivity — bold yet poetic characteristics that mark the art of our time. For this in-person talk, artists Tania Pérez Córdova, Ayesha Sultana, and Haegue Yang join curators Jovanna Venegas and Eungie Joo to discuss the artists’ work, influences, and perspectives on the ideas considered in this exhibition.

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