Artists in Conversation: Janaina Tschäpe

Enjoy an evening discussion, food, and fun with artist Janaina Tschäpe!

Brooklyn-based artist Janaina Tschäpe (b. 1973) discusses her “100 Little Deaths” (1996–2002), a series of 100 large-scale photographs exhibited together for the first time in special exhibition Live Dangerously. Tschäpe is known for her two- and three-dimensional explorations of the human body in nature.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE:

6:30–7 p.m.    Appetizers and aperitifs
7–8 p.m.          In-gallery experience with Janaina Tschäpe
8–8:30 p.m.   Dessert and discussion with the artist

RESERVATIONS:

$30 general; $20 members, seniors, students. Reservations required. Galleries open to attendees 6:30–8:30 p.m.

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ABOUT THE ARTIST:

Tschäpe was born in Munich, Germany, and raised in São Paolo, Brazil. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world, and is included in the collections of the Centre Pompidou, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., among others.


ABOUT THE EXHIBITION: 

Live Dangerously features fierce, dreamy, and witty images of the female figure integrated into Earth’s terrain. Photographs by 12 artists depict women claiming their natural environments, illuminating the planet’s surface as a stage for human drama.

National Museum of Women in the Arts