Unfolded Chapters: Paper Graveyards. A conversation between Susan Meiselas and Eduardo Cadava curated by Sylvia Sachini. In collaboration with EMST – National Museum of Contemporary Art.

Taking its point of departure from Cadava’s recent book, “Paper Graveyards,” which includes a letter to Meiselas, the discussion will focus on what photography can do in moments of crisis, war, and danger of all kinds. In doing so, it will touch on the long and rich trajectory of Meiselas’s photographic work, from the 1970s to the present.

Exhibition: A Room of Their Own, Susan Meiselas
Following the conversation, the EMST – National Museum of Contemporary Art presents “A Room of Their Own” by Susan Meiselas’ as part of the cycle of exhibitions under the umbrella title, “What if Women Ruled the World?.” Initiated by EMST artistic director Katerina Gregos and inspired by Yael Bartana’s 2017 neon work of the same name – which is now on display on the North and South façades of the EMST building – this cycle of exhibitions is exclusively dedicated to the work of women artists or artists who identify as female.