James Meyer at MICA

On September 21st in Baltimore, a talk by James Meyer on “a narrative of the artist-traveler— an artist who stages his or her mobility as  part of an artwork.” 

From the description:

“Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the National Gallery of Art James Meyer traces a narrative of the artist-traveler— an artist who stages his or her mobility as part of an artwork—from the ’60s until the present day. Focusing on such artists as Ed Ruscha, Douglas Huebler, and Francis Alys, the talk is part of a larger study of the meaning of the ’60s and ’70s in contemporary art and culture.”