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Events
The Potosi Principle

Please join Afterall at the new Central Saint Martins College campus on Wednesday 8 February 2012 for a discussion of the controversial exhibition, 'The Potosi Principle' with its curators Alice Creischer, Andreas Siekmann and Max Jorge Hinderer. The exhibition, on the circulation of art and wealth during Spanish colonial rule, will be considered in terms of the correlation between the concurrent global circulations of money and art.

The discussion will be moderated by one of Afterall's co-editors, Melissa Gronlund. To find out more, please visit the listing on the Afterall Events page. To book a place and for access details, please write to events@afterall.org

This event is presented by Afterall in collaboration with Iniva and Central Saint Martins Research: Exhibitions, Histories, Practices. Supported by The Goethe Institut.





MRes Art: Exhibition Studies – calling new students!

The recently launched postgraduate course MRes Art: Exhibition Studies is now in its second year, and it's time to invite a new wave of applicants. The course is run by and in conjunction with the editorial team of Afterall, and is located at the new campus of Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in Kings Cross. The application deadline is 30 June 2012; to learn more about the course, please visit the CSM course page.





Afterall co-founder Charles Esche wins 4th Princess Margriet Award

We're delighted to announce that Charles Esche, co-founder of Afterall, regular lecturer on the MRes Art: Exhibition Studies course at Central Saint Martins and director of the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven, has recently been awarded the 4th Princess Margriet Award from the European Cultural Foundation, to be presented in March.

The Foundation state that Esche was selected 'for his exceptional leadership in rethinking centres and museums of art as public spaces that show us the power and value of art in engaging with the contemporary world.'

Film-maker John Akomfrah was also a laureate; to learn more about the award, recipients and judging panel, please click here.





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