Sep
21
Fri 10:00 AM

Shimon Attie: The Neighbor Next Door

SHOW DETAILS

When: Friday, September 21, 2012
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM  
Where: Block Museum of Art, Mary and Leigh
40 Arts Circle Drive  
Evanston, IL 60208 map it
Audience: - Faculty/Staff - Student - Public
Costs: - General Admission: Free
Contact: Block Museum of Art   (847) 491-4000
Group: Block Museum Exhibitions
Category: Fine Arts
More Info

For more than two decades artist Shimon Attie has been creating immersive multimedia art---from video installations in museums and galleries to site-specific works in public places---that reflect on the relationship between place, memory and identity. 

In The Neighbor Next Door, the artist has re-envisioned a work which featured archival film footage taken clandestinely by people forced into seclusion by the Nazis. In 1995 Attie projected the films onto the sidewalks of Amsterdam from apartments where many groups actually hid during World War II. In 2012 visitors to the Block Museum will view the films in a gallery installation that evokes the experience of living in confinement. 

The exhibition is co-curated by David and Debra Tolchinsky, faculty members in the Department of Radio/Television/Film, School of Communications.

Support for the exhibition is provided by the Rubens Family Foundation.


Sep
23
Sun 10:00 AM

Shimon Attie: The Neighbor Next Door

SHOW DETAILS

When: Sunday, September 23, 2012
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM  
Where: Block Museum of Art, Mary and Leigh
40 Arts Circle Drive  
Evanston, IL 60208 map it
Audience: - Faculty/Staff - Student - Public
Costs: - General Admission: Free
Contact: Block Museum of Art   (847) 491-4000
Group: Block Museum Exhibitions
Category: Fine Arts
More Info

For more than two decades artist Shimon Attie has been creating immersive multimedia art---from video installations in museums and galleries to site-specific works in public places---that reflect on the relationship between place, memory and identity. 

In The Neighbor Next Door, the artist has re-envisioned a work which featured archival film footage taken clandestinely by people forced into seclusion by the Nazis. In 1995 Attie projected the films onto the sidewalks of Amsterdam from apartments where many groups actually hid during World War II. In 2012 visitors to the Block Museum will view the films in a gallery installation that evokes the experience of living in confinement. 

The exhibition is co-curated by David and Debra Tolchinsky, faculty members in the Department of Radio/Television/Film, School of Communications.

Support for the exhibition is provided by the Rubens Family Foundation.


Sep
25
Tue 10:00 AM

Shimon Attie: The Neighbor Next Door

SHOW DETAILS

When: Tuesday, September 25, 2012
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM  
Where: Block Museum of Art, Mary and Leigh
40 Arts Circle Drive  
Evanston, IL 60208 map it
Audience: - Faculty/Staff - Student - Public
Costs: - General Admission: Free
Contact: Block Museum of Art   (847) 491-4000
Group: Block Museum Exhibitions
Category: Fine Arts
More Info

For more than two decades artist Shimon Attie has been creating immersive multimedia art---from video installations in museums and galleries to site-specific works in public places---that reflect on the relationship between place, memory and identity. 

In The Neighbor Next Door, the artist has re-envisioned a work which featured archival film footage taken clandestinely by people forced into seclusion by the Nazis. In 1995 Attie projected the films onto the sidewalks of Amsterdam from apartments where many groups actually hid during World War II. In 2012 visitors to the Block Museum will view the films in a gallery installation that evokes the experience of living in confinement. 

The exhibition is co-curated by David and Debra Tolchinsky, faculty members in the Department of Radio/Television/Film, School of Communications.

Support for the exhibition is provided by the Rubens Family Foundation.


Sep
26
Wed 10:00 AM

Shimon Attie: The Neighbor Next Door

SHOW DETAILS

When: Wednesday, September 26, 2012
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM  
Where: Block Museum of Art, Mary and Leigh
40 Arts Circle Drive  
Evanston, IL 60208 map it
Audience: - Faculty/Staff - Student - Public
Costs: - General Admission: Free
Contact: Block Museum of Art   (847) 491-4000
Group: Block Museum Exhibitions
Category: Fine Arts
More Info

For more than two decades artist Shimon Attie has been creating immersive multimedia art---from video installations in museums and galleries to site-specific works in public places---that reflect on the relationship between place, memory and identity. 

In The Neighbor Next Door, the artist has re-envisioned a work which featured archival film footage taken clandestinely by people forced into seclusion by the Nazis. In 1995 Attie projected the films onto the sidewalks of Amsterdam from apartments where many groups actually hid during World War II. In 2012 visitors to the Block Museum will view the films in a gallery installation that evokes the experience of living in confinement. 

The exhibition is co-curated by David and Debra Tolchinsky, faculty members in the Department of Radio/Television/Film, School of Communications.

Support for the exhibition is provided by the Rubens Family Foundation.


Sep
27
Thu 10:00 AM

Shimon Attie: The Neighbor Next Door

SHOW DETAILS

When: Thursday, September 27, 2012
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM  
Where: Block Museum of Art, Mary and Leigh
40 Arts Circle Drive  
Evanston, IL 60208 map it
Audience: - Faculty/Staff - Student - Public
Costs: - General Admission: Free
Contact: Block Museum of Art   (847) 491-4000
Group: Block Museum Exhibitions
Category: Fine Arts
More Info

For more than two decades artist Shimon Attie has been creating immersive multimedia art---from video installations in museums and galleries to site-specific works in public places---that reflect on the relationship between place, memory and identity. 

In The Neighbor Next Door, the artist has re-envisioned a work which featured archival film footage taken clandestinely by people forced into seclusion by the Nazis. In 1995 Attie projected the films onto the sidewalks of Amsterdam from apartments where many groups actually hid during World War II. In 2012 visitors to the Block Museum will view the films in a gallery installation that evokes the experience of living in confinement. 

The exhibition is co-curated by David and Debra Tolchinsky, faculty members in the Department of Radio/Television/Film, School of Communications.

Support for the exhibition is provided by the Rubens Family Foundation.

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