Coinciding with the exhibition at LE BAL, Provoke, a cross-analysis of Provoke, Between Protestation and Performance, its historical context and its ties to performing arts in Japan in the 1960s.
DISCUSSING PROVOKE – Japanese photography in the 1960's
Paris Photo - Grand Palais
THURSDAY 10 november 2016 / 3 PM-7.45 PM
3:30 PM-3.35 PM: Introduction by Diane Dufour and Mickael Lucken
3.35 - 4.20PM : Provoke, or the end of the photographic language ?
Matthew Witkovsky, curator of the Department of Photography, The Art Institute of Chicago
Yoko Sawada, founder of Osiris Editions,
Akio Nagasawa, gallerist
Christoph Schifferli, collector
4.30 - 5.20PM : Towards a new aesthetics of protest?
Duncan Forbes, fotomuseum Winterthur director
Jonh Gossage, artist
Marc Feustel, curator and art critic
5.30 - 6.20PM : Art, anti-art, non art, performance and actions
Walter Moser, head of the photographic collection, Albertina, Vienna
Yuri Mitsuda, curator and Historian
Elisa Uematsu, director, Taka Ishii Gallery
Yumiko Chiba, gallerist, Yumiko Chiba Gallery
18h30 - 19h20 : Provoke's legacy and influence on artists today
Jean-Kenta Gauthier, gallerist, Galerie Jean-Kenta Gauthier
Antoine d’Agata, artist
Daisuke Yokota, artist