[artinfo] CONVERSATIONS: Albert Heta in Conversation With Chris Reitz

Albert Heta albertheta at yahoo.com
Fri Oct 20 18:40:58 CEST 2006

Albert Heta in Conversation With Chris Reitz
Wednesday, October 25, 6:30pm


Artist Albert Heta (Kosovo) will present views of his
space interventions and appropriations and the context
in which
these works were situated, followed by a question and
session led by independent curator Chris Reitz (New
York). This
fall, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council hosts Albert
Heta as part 
of an ArtsLink residency. Join them in conversation.

This program is organized by Art in General.


Chris Reitz an artist and independent curator is a
graduate of
Vassar College where he worked with curator Molly
Nesbit on the
Utopia Station project for the 50th Venice Biennale.
Chris lives
in NYC and has worked with a number of groups
including Art in 
General, e-flux, and the Public Art Fund. He is
developing a project with a group of video artists
from Albania
and Kosovo.

Albert Heta was born and lives Prishtina, Kosova. Solo
exhibitions, public projects and interventions include
It's Time 
To Go Visiting: No Visa Required, public intervention
on British
Airways Billboards in Prishtina; Kosovar Pavilion
Biennale 2005, La Biennale di Venezia 51; and Embassy
of the
Republic of Kosova, Cetinje, SCG, 5th Biennial of
Albert Heta is the founder of Stacion-Center for
Arts, Prishtina.


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