The New Social Environment#675

Sarah Margnetti: Dovetail

Featuring Margnetti and Chloe Stagaman


1 p.m. Eastern / 10 a.m. Pacific

Artist Sarah Margnetti joins Rail Director of Programs Chloe Stagaman for a conversation. We conclude with a poetry reading by Ariel Yelen.

In this talk

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Sarah Margnetti

Photo of Sarah Margnetti
Photo by Alexandra Doyen
Based in Brussels, Sarah Margnetti holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Visual Arts from the Écolecantonale d’art of Lausanne / ECAL and a Master’s in Visual Arts from Geneva University of Art and Design. She also completed a practical training course at the Institut Van der Kelen-Logelain in Brussels, one of the first schools devoted to the study of decorative painting. Selected solo and two-person shows include Flowers Don’t Pick Themselves, Bombon Projects, Barcelona, Spain (2018); TROPES, with Charlotte Herzig, Ferme de la Chapelle, Lancy, Geneva, Switzerland (2019); among others Margnetti has a solo museum exhibiton Supportive Structures at Musée Cantonal des Beaux- Arts Lausanne on view through April 2023.

Chloe Stagaman

A polaroid photo of Chloe Stagaman
Chloe Stagaman is a Brooklyn-based curator. She is Director of Programs at the Brooklyn Rail, where she works on the journal’s weekday conversation series The New Social Environment.

The Rail has a tradition of ending our conversations with a poetry reading, and we’re fortunate to have Ariel Yelen reading.

Ariel Yelen

A photo of Ariel Yelen with shadows from a window cast on herself and the wall
Ariel Yelen’s poems have been published in Poetry Magazine, BOMB, The American Poetry Review, and elsewhere. She’s the Associate Editor for the NYC-based publishing collaborative Futurepoem Books, and is also the founding editor of their digital space futurefeed. She’s taught classes on poetry for Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts, The Loft Literary Center, and Mana Contemporary, and lives in Brooklyn, NY.

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