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Presentazione del libro Seeing Naples: Reports from the Shadow of Vesuvius di Daniel Rothbart

Presentazione del libro Seeing Naples: Reports from the Shadow of Vesuvius di Daniel Rothbart

Il libro «Seeing Naples», pubblicato da Edgewise Press, è stato presentato durante una tavola rotonda tenutasi al Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte il 4 ottobre 2018. Alla tavola rotonda di cui sopra hanno partecipato: Sylvain Bellenger, Mary Ellen Countryman, Gaetano Daniele, Domenico Ciruzzi, Lucia Valenzi, Francesco Lucrezi e Riccardo Notte. L’evento è stato coordinato da James Anno.

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Seeing Naples Book Launch | The Drawing Center

Seeing Naples Book Launch | The Drawing Center

Seeing Naples was officially launched at a panel discussion at the Drawing Center, on April 17, 2018. The panel discussion included Daniel Rothbart, Wayne Koestenbaum, and the co-publisher, Richard Milazzo. Also present were co-publishers Howard B. Johnson and Joy L. Glass. Produced by Brett Littman, Executive Director of the Drawing Center. Videography by April Maxey.

http://www.drawingcenter.org/en/drawingcenter/20/events/21/public-programs/1889/seeing-naples/

 

Présentation du livre Seeing Naples | bibliothèque Louis Nucéra

Présentation du livre Seeing Naples | bibliothèque Louis Nucéra

Présentation du livre Seeing Naples: Reports from the Shadow of Vesuvius | En présence de l’auteur Daniel Rothbart (artiste plasticien) exposé jusqu’au 1 er juin 2019 à la galerie Depardieu à Nice | Préface de Wayne Koestenbaum | Publié par Edgewise Press

Intervenants : Christian Depardieu (Galeriste), Richard Milazzo (Chercheur indépendant et non indépendent), Raphaël Monticelli (Écrivain et non écrivain), Jacques Simonelli (Chroniqueur d’art), Sylvie Tafani (Fondation David Tafani)

En partenariat avec la Galerie Depardieu

L’ouvrage mêle des souvenirs personnels avec des récits tirées de l’histoire ancienne et moderne de la ville, exprimant les valeurs et la culture napolitaine. Daniel Rothbart est également un artiste plasticien qui expose régulièrement à la galerie Depardieu à Nice. La présentation du livre peut donner lieu à une lecture et à un débat.

Le vendredi 10 mai à 15 h à l’auditorium Albert Camus, bibliothèque Louis Nucéra
2, place Yves Klein 06300 Nice – France

Seeing Naples Book Presentation | Hudson Hall at the historic Hudson Opera House

Seeing Naples Book Presentation | Hudson Hall at the historic Hudson Opera House

Readings from and a panel discussion on the book Seeing Naples was hosted by Hudson Hall at the historic Hudson Opera House on April 6, 2019. The panel discussion included Daniel Rothbart, Wayne Koestenbaum, and the co-publisher, Richard Milazzo. Special thanks to Francine Hunter McGivern, Tambra Dillon, Caroline Parkinson, Claudia Cinquegrana and Sage Carter. Videography by Ben Fundis.

Jewish Metaphysics As Generative Principle in American Art

Jewish Metaphysics As Generative Principle in American Art

A talk by Daniel Rothbart | 2019 Conney Conference on Jewish Arts | Sunday, March 31 | Warburg Lounge | 92Y | 1395 Lexington Avenue | New York, NY | Thanks to Professor Douglas Rosenberg | Videography by Max Skaff | © Daniel Rothbart, 2019.

https://www.92y.org/92StreetY/media/DOCUMENTS/Dance/Conney-2019-Program.pdf

FoliAge: Notions of Nature Lost and Found within the Urban Landscape

FoliAge: Notions of Nature Lost and Found within the Urban Landscape

Natural time cycles in juxtaposition with the urban setting become a poignant trigger for artistic exploration. FoliAge, a multi-media exhibition features art work by New York-based artists: Jan Aronson, Deborah Garwood, Daniel Rothbart, Robyn Ellenbogen. The exhibit seeks to capture various notions of nature, lost and found within the urban landscape. Curated by Anat Litwin for 92Y’s Makor Gallery, this discussion was moderated by Veronica Mijelshon, director of NUTUREart Gallery.

 

https://www.92y.org/archives/foliage-artists-panel

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