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When:   May 28, 2009 6:00pm-8:00pm
Where:   Jewish Museum: 1109 Fifth Avenue at 92nd Street
Price:   $10
Type:   Arts

Enjoy free hors d'oeuvres and drinks provided by Depaz Rum at one of Artlog's first Summer Series events! Please join us, and other young patrons of contemporary art, for a special reception and viewing of The Jewish Museum's exhibition The Danube Exodus: The Rippling Currents of the Riverby Péter Forgács and The Labyrinth Project on Thursday, May 28, from 6:00 - 8:00 pm. This interactive installation is based on The Danube Exodus, an awardwinning film by Hungarian filmmaker and scholar Petér Forgács, and grew out of a collaboration with The Labyrinth Project, an art collective based at the University of Southern California that specializes in interactive
narratives. Exhibition curator Lauren Dickens (Yale '02) will conduct gallery talks with Q&A.

Also this evening, gallery talks with curator Andrew Ingall for the film Mary Koszmary (Nightmares), by Yael Bartana. Using the structure and sensibility of a World War II propaganda film, Barana explores a complicated set of social and political relationships among Europeans in the age of globalization.

Admission will be $10 in advance if you use the code: Yale
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The Summer Series is dedicated to providing an ongoing dialogue with the art world for NYC residents and Artlog users during the summer months. The series is comprised of a variety of events including Artlog exhibitions, gallery crawls, lecture panels, parties and museum receptions.  New and exciting events are added every week, so please continue to check for updates!

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