How would you rank the best public art of 2017? Meet our key panelist for our latest webinar on the review of top public art projects of 2017, Nicholas Baume, Director and Chief Curator of Public Art Fund.
Baume joined New York based Public Art Fund as Director and Chief Curator in 2009, continuing a stellar curatorial career that began in Australia with Kaldor Public Art Projects. Baume subsequently held curatorial positions at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; the Wadsworth Atheneum in Connecticut, and was Chief Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston. Baume has curated over fifty exhibitions, often working with leading-edge international artists at different stages of their careers. Culminating Public Art Fund’s 40th anniversary year, the organization presented a citywide exhibition with world renowned artist Ai Weiwei. Titled ‘Good Fences Make Good Neighbors’ the exhibition presented over 300 artworks by Ai in all five boroughs throughout New York City. Baume is widely published in arts journals and is author of numerous exhibition catalogues. He is a highly sought-after public speaker, passionate about contemporary art and renowned for lively, informative and engaging presentations.
Join UAP and Public Art Fund as we look at the top public art projects of 2017. A curated list of projects encompassing all public art mediums, including from sculptures, installations, landmark art, architecturally integrated works and highly conceptual art from across the globe
Live, Wednesday, January 31 8 am AEST / 5 pm EST Tuesday, January 30
With limited spaces available, register now to secure your spot.