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Goings On: posted week of January 23, 2007

1. Fifth-grade students at PS 20, Fort Greene, exhibit photographs at Franklin Furnace, 80 Hanson Place, Brooklyn, opening Feb 2, 5-7 pm

2. Portia Munson, FF Alumn, at PPOW, NY, thru Feb 3, 2007
3. Annie Lanzillotto, FF Alumn, at Santa Fe Art Institute, Feb 22
4. elin o’Hara slavick, FF Alumn, in Daylight Magazine, Issue 5
5. Franc Palaia, FF Alumn, at Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, NY, thru Mar 4 and more
6. Matt Mullican, FF Alumn, at Tate Modern, UK, Jan 27
7. Joshua Fried, FF Alumn, at LEMURplex, Brooklyn, Jan 26, 8-11 pm
8. Elaine Summers exhibition at Emily Harvey Foundation, thru Jan 31
9. Phillip Warnell, FF Alumn, at http://www.axisweb.org/dlForum.aspx?ESSAYID=36
10. David Medalla, FF Alumn, in South Hill Park, UK, Jan 27, noon-10 pm
11. Robbin Ami Silverberg, FF Alumn, at Milwaukee Inst. of Art & Design, thru Feb 24
12. Andrea Kleine, FF Alumn, at Walker Art Center, MN, Feb 2-3, 8 pm
13. Beth B, FF Alumn, at Chelsea Art Museum, NY, opening Jan 25, 6-8 pm
14. Lillian Ball at The Queens Museum, NY, opening Feb 4, 2-5 pm
15. Paul Henry Ramirez, FF Alumn, profiled in the current BOMB Magazine, and more
16. Jack Waters & Peter Cramer, Tessa Hughes-Freeland, FF Alumns, at Deitch Projects, Jan 25, 6 pm
17. Geoff Hendricks, Lorraine O’Grady, Jack Waters, Peter Cramer, FF Alumns, at Dorsky Gallery, Long Island City, Jan 28, 2:30-4 pm
18. James T. Pendergrast, FF Alumn, at 70 Thomas St., Manhattan, Jan 25-28

1. Fifth-grade students at PS 20, Fort Greene, exhibit photographs at Franklin Furnace, 80 Hanson Place, Brooklyn, opening February 2, 5-7 pm

P.S. 20's Class 5-220 Photographs the Neighborhood
Opening Friday, February 2, 5:00-7:00 PM
80 Arts-The James E. Davis Arts Building
80 Hanson Place, corner of South Portland Ave.,
Brooklyn, NY

Exhibition continues through February 26, 2007

Martha Wilson, founding director of Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc. and Sean Keaton, Principal of P.S. 20, Brooklyn, invite you to an exhibition of the work of the children in Ms. Parker-Marshall's fifth-grade class, the culmination of a ten-week Sequential Art for Kids photography workshop by teaching artisit Bernard Fairclough, assisted by Feyi Ajayi-Dopemu.

Franklin Furnace wishes to thank the supporters of Sequential Art for Kids, which has for 20 years provided comprehensive onsite art activities that integrate into existing school curricula and improve the academicperformance  and social skills of children: the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation, The Bay and Paul Foundations, the JPMorgan Chase Foundation, The Cowles Charitable Trust, The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation, The New York Times Company Foundation, and the New York State Council on the Arts' Arts in Education Program. Thanks to the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership for the use of the lobby of 80 Arts.


2. Portia Munson, FF Alumn, at PPOW, NY, thru February 3, 2007

thru February 3, 2007

P·P·O·W is pleased to announce Green, a solo exhibition by Portia Munson. In this exhibition Portia Munson will show her flower mandala photographs, a large installation, and paintings. The exhibition is accompanied by a full-color catalogue.
Enter the gallery and experience Green: Lawn a large-scale floor installation made up of thousands of green plastic objects, collected by Munson resulting in a full-throttle inorganic color experience. Piles of green-on-green plastic detritus flood the gallery floor, in patches of varying shades, to create a plastic lawn. As in her earlier installations -- Pink Project and The Garden – Lawn delves into who we are as a culture, as defined by the objects we mass-produce, consume and throw away. Munson transforms these objects into powerful assemblages that critique our material values and “throwaway” mentality.

In the same room, large-scale flower images line the gallery walls. Using flowers from her garden, Munson creates mandalas that contain an intensity of detail, and saturation of color, which mirrors the dense floor installation. Munson collects the flowers at their peak and lays them out on a scanner in concentric patterns. These flower arrays are captured in high-resolution scans and printed on watercolor paper with pigmented ink. Each print is a sharply detailed kaleidoscope that mixes the utopian beauty of the Garden of Eden with the dizzying visuals of a psychedelic trip -- the flowers seem to explode out in a pyrotechnical climax.

In the back gallery a grouping of Munson’s recent small still-life paintings will also be on display. In these paintings Munson depicts singular objects, in contrast to the thousands that make up Lawn. The paintings isolate common objects – such as an empty angel-food cake pan, or a plastic leaf with a toy stick – allowing individual meanings to resonate. Portia Munson is best known for her saturated pink plastic installation at the New Museum’s Bad Girls show in 1994. She had her first one-person show at White Columns in 1993 and has exhibited in numerous group exhibitions as well as two solo shows at Yoshii Gallery. Recently, as part of a show titled Out of Context, a billboard-size image of a flower mandala was exhibited at The Fields Sculpture Park at Art Omi International Arts Center, Omi, NY, and Munson recently had a solo exhibition at SUNY Ulster which included Pink Project: Mound. Last year she exhibited her flower mandalas as part of a two-person show at P·P·O·W. Munson lives and works in Catskill, NY.

Please call 212-647-1044 for additional information or for photographic materials


3. Annie Lanzillotto, FF Alumn, at Santa Fe Art Institute, Feb 22

Annie Lanzillotto will perform a reading from her memoir "bronx tomboy" at the Santa Fe Art Institute, Feb 22, Santa Fe, New Mexico


4. elin o’Hara slavick, FF Alumn, in Daylight Magazine, Issue 5

elin o'Hara slavick, FF alumn, has photographs from her series Workers Dreaming in the new issue of Daylight Magazine, Issue 5.


5. Franc Palaia, FF Alumn, at Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, NY, thru Mar 4 and more

Franc Palaia, FF Alumn, is included in two group shows. "New  Photography" at Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson NY thru Mar 4 and bau-beacon artist union, Beacon, NY thru Feb 4, 2007. Both galleries were named two of the best galleries in the Hudson Valley. Franc is showing new illuminated photo-sculpture in both shows. For more info see CarrieHaddadGallery.com , beaconartistunion.com and www.baupalaia.blogspot.com


6. Matt Mullican, FF Alumn, at Tate Modern, UK, January 27

Matt Mullican Under Hypnosis
Saturday 27 January 2007, 22.00–23.30

Tate Modern, Bankside, SE1 9TG
Booking recommended
Call: + 44 20 7887 8888
Visit: http://www.tate.org.uk
American artist Matt Mullican will give a performance while in a state of hypnosis at Tate Modern on Saturday 27 January as part of UBS Openings: Saturday Live, a dynamic and ground-breaking programme of live performances and film at Tate Modern every two months.

Matt Mullican (b. 1951), whose work also includes drawing, sculpture and installation, has been using performance since the 1970s and hypnosis since 1978 to investigate the nature of reality, behaviour and association. His performances under hypnosis deal with questions of who he is and what lies within him and how hypnosis alters his identity in so-called reality.

He has also long been fascinated by the relationship between information and perception as it is filtered through emotive or unconscious associations. The symbols, shapes and repetitive patterns that he paints during these highly concentrated performances focus on such concerns. Mullican likens the focused, deliberate act of artistic creation with the state of trance under hypnosis, since he regards actions and processes of which we are not aware as fundamental for all artistic creative processes.

Although these events are unpredictable by their very nature, painting under hypnosis is often only a part of the performance. In previous events Mullican has interacted with the audience and for this performance furniture and large sheets of paper will be available for the artist to work with.

In his interview with Vicente L. de Moura, professional hypnotist, Mullican states: “(….) I feel more like an archaeologist. I’m digging into my brain and I’m kind of unearthing these states of mind that I don’t think are at all alien to everybody else. I think everybody deals with these states of mind but they don’t recognise them. They happen too quickly perhaps.”

The performance will take place under the bridge in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall and the artist will work mainly in black acrylic paint on large sheets of paper (approximately 2 x 3 metres). He will be hypnotised by a professional hypnotist.

UBS Openings: Saturday Live, Matt Mullican under Hypnosis, is co-curated by Catherine Wood, Curator, Tate (Contemporary Art and Performance) and Marc Pérennès, Independent Live Art Producer. The Arts Council England has provided additional support for this event.

UBS Openings: Saturday Live is a new strand of programming at Tate Modern which began in May 2006, presenting live art events, performance and film every two months. Events take place in the Turbine Hall, the Starr Auditorium, Level 2 Café and throughout the main galleries on Levels 3 and 5. The highlight of the programme is UBS Openings: The Long Weekend, an annual four-day festival taking place over the final bank holiday weekend in May.


7. Joshua Fried, FF Alumn, at LEMURplex, Brooklyn, Jan 26, 8-11 pm

from joshua fried--remixer, performance artist and the only composer known to have played at both lincoln center & king tut's wah-wah hut

{--shoes, steering wheel, boombox, laptop--} {-turning live radio into recombinant funk}

Friday 26 January 2007, 8pm-11pm
461 3rd Avenue , BROOKLYN
between 9th and 10th streets.

Eric Singer, mastermind of the League of Electronic Musical Urban Robots (LEMUR), is also the man who built RADIO WONDERLAND's Musical Wheel. He runs Brooklyn's best teaching, performance, installation and robotic workshop storefront. So I'm very happy to be playing at the kick off to this new performance series at......LEMURplex!

Also appearing:

* Jamie Allen's live audio circuit construction--electronic music laid bare and musical experimentation at its most vital.
* Loud Objects with overhead projectors and audio electronics for the masses.

Plus musical robots and installations by LEMUR, Eric Singer, Leif Krinkle, Rocio Barcia and others. Attendees will be able to play and interact with these works throughout the evening.

LEMURplex is located at 461 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn, between 9th and 10th streets near the vibrant neighborhoods of Park Slope, Carroll Gardens, Gowanus and Red Hook.
By subway:
Take the F/M/R to 4th Ave. and walk one block down either 9th or 10th St. to 3rd Ave.
Or, take the F/G to Smith & 9th Sts. and walk two blocks up 9th. Cross and then turn right onto 3rd Ave.
By car via Google Maps: http://tinyurl.com/2fvs4x


8. Elaine Summers exhibition at Emily Harvey Foundation, thru January 31

Elaine Summers Archives From 1960 To Present: a work in progress Hosted by Elaine Summers, Choreographer/Intermedia Artist Exhibition open now till January 31st, 4pm to 7pm, however private screenings of Elaine's Dance Films can be made by appointment till the end of February by calling (212) 925-7651.

Location: Emily Harvey Foundation, 537 Broadway, 2nd Floor
Admission: Free

The exhibition is both a celebration and thank you to all the friends who have been a part of Elaine's artworks in the movies, making music, dancing in New York City, taking pictures, taking videos, mixing it up. Join us for the party on January 31st.

For more information please visit www.elainesummersdance.com or email Elaine@skytime.org


9. Phillip Warnell, FF Alumn, at http://www.axisweb.org/dlForum.aspx?ESSAYID=36

Expanding the lab
Artists in conversation on the intersection of art, science and the expanded laboratory,
chaired by Verity Slater, with a contribution by Phillip Warnell.

Just published online at Axis Arts:

Channel Four news report on Phillip Warnell, 'Inner Beauty' archived at:

Phillip Warnell's website regularly updated at: www.phillipwarnell.com


10. David Medalla, FF Alumn, in South Hill Park, UK, Jan 27, noon-10 pm, and more

Fresh Festival, 27th January, 12noon ˆ 10pm, South Hill Park

David Medalla, FF alumnus, a pioneer of performance art, will give a talk on his live events at  "Fresh Fest", an international festival of performance art, at South Hill Park Arts Centre in Bracknell, Berkshire, England, on Saturday, January 27, 2007, at 7 p.m. In the 80s, David Medalla was an artist-in-resident at South Hill Park. Medalla co-organised there, with Gavin Henderson, Alistair Snow and Jeni Walwin, the first two international festivals of performance art in England. David Medalla also collaborated with the English Sir Michael Tippett in an impromptu event which marked the inauguration of the Oscar Wilde Theatre at South Hill Park. Oscar Wilde wrote his play "The Importance of Being Earnest" inside the elegant English country house which was home and studio for David Medalla when he was artist-in-resident at South Hill Park Arts Centre in Bracknell. Last year, 2006, David Medalla, together with Adam Nankervis, gave performances in Santiago de Chile and in Valparaiso, curated by Alexia Tala. Medalla's talk in Bracknell will focus on the way he constructs his memorable and legendary performances. Richard Kingdom, director of "Fresh Fest", will introduce David Medalla's talk.

This is the 8th Fresh festival and our most exquisite line-up yet; an absolute MUST SEE for anyone with even a passing interest in performance!  Brian Catling, William Hunt, Stephanie Douet et al.  
DISCUSSION:  David Medalla (international performance artist and man behind the London Biennale), Sally O‚Reilly (writer, critic and journalist who writes regularly for Art Monthly, Frieze, Contemporary and Modern Painters and programmed the performance work for the Whitstable Biennale), Tanuja Amarasuriya (Live Art Producer for Theatre Bristol) and Simon Day (director of the B-Theatre initiative, West Midlands) will all be discussing ŒWhat Did You Get Into This For?‚ as part of Fresh.

COME BY COACH:  If you‚re travelling from London then our coach is the most economical, convenient and trouble-free way of getting to Fresh and back again.  No need to stress about catching the last train from Bracknell or worry about getting from the train station to South Hill Park, just jump on the coach, sit back and think about art!  Visit www.freshfest.org to book a place or two (ADVANCED BOOKING ESSENTIAL)

CALL FOR ARTISTS:  Fresh never rest; the call is already out for artists to take part in our next festival at South Street in Reading on 28 April 2007.  Our advice: come along to this one, say hello and you‚ll be more likely to be selected for the next one!  More information and application forms from www.freshfest.org (click on the call for artists‚).  Deadline for this one is 12th February

OTHER CALLS FOR ARTISTS:  If you‚re an artist making performance then these might be worth a look:

Spaghetti Club‚s I Am Your Worst Nightmare Live Art platform, Arnolfini, Bristol ˆ Saturday 17th ˆ Sunday 18th March 2007, deadline 1st February :: http://www.arnolfini.org.uk/news/index.php?story_id=28

Rules + Regs at Farnham Maltings, deadline 23rd February (a commissioning programme ˆ great fun!) :: http://www.farnhammaltings.com/news_view.aspx?articleid=160&parentid=132&hID=22

BAC DEVOTED & DISGRUNTLED SLEEPOVER:  Battersea Arts Centre are hosting the second Devoted & Disgruntled event this weekend (13th & 14th) in which the future of theatre is given a thorough thinking over.  To inject a bit of the old fashioned Œturning up in a campervan, making work on the dole, all about the art‚ energy, Fresh has organised a sleepover for the event.  Last we checked (Friday) there were 20 D&D tickets left; get one of those and you can sleep over ˆ BUT SPACE IS LIMITED TO 20 TENTS SO LET US KNOW IN ADVANCE IF YOU‚RE IN BY EMAILING richard@freshfest.org

GO AND SEE:  Fresh is obviously the best thing since sliced bread and so if you‚re pennies are limited then that‚s the one to pick (37 things to see in just one day for heaven's sakes; that'‚s amazing http://www.freshfest.org!) but if you‚ve been given lots of money for Christmas or are feeling particularly keen this month then there are plenty of excellent things to do:

Rational Review at the Bethnal Green Working Men‚s Club, London ˆ Tuesday 9th Jan, 8pm :: Rational Rec‚s annual round up of the best, worst and most bizarre of 06: http://www.rationalrec.org.uk/: £5

Jumble It Up at the Burton Taylor Theatre, Oxford Wednesday 10th Jan, 7.30pm: a night of new performance work: http://www.oxfordplayhouse.com/BurtonTaylor/event/: £4

Jumble It Up (Scratch Night) at the Burton Taylor Theatre again ˆ Thursday 11th Jan, 7.30pm: a double bill of Lucy Panesar‚s Bashfully British Book Balancing Boogie (great show, first seen at Fresh‚s Farnham Maltings event last year) and Brian the Clown (not for kids): http://www.oxfordplayhouse.com/BurtonTaylor/event/: £4

Sound:Space Symposium at South Hill Park, Bracknell Saturday 20th Jan, 11am-11pm: if you're interested in sound art then you have to see this one; artists (including Janek Schaefer and Nick C Smith), speakers (including Ed Baxter and Dr Aaron Watson), screen works, open source software lab and a phenomenal concert with Kode 9, Space Ape and Janek Schaefer to round it all off: http://www.sound-space.info/:£38 all day, £12 students (day only), £12 concert only

Live Art South East at South Hill Park Wednesday 31st January, 1pm: a seminar on developing a Live Art infrastructure for the South East with speakers Helen Cole, Anthony Roberts, Spaghetti Club and Michael Atavar facilitated by Lois Kiedan and a work-in-progrss of (be)longing from Curious (a wonderful show seen in an earlier incarnation at Fresh at Coastal Currents, Hastings.  A more truly lovely company you could not wish to meet): http://www.liveartsoutheast.org/
Sat 27 Jan 2007, 12noon-10pm
South Hill Park, Bracknell, RG12 7PA



11. Robbin Ami Silverberg, FF Alumn, at Milwaukee Inst. of Art & Design, thru Feb 24

I have artist books in:
Sacred Texts/Contemporary Forms:
Spiritual Traditions in the Digital Age
Thru February 24, 2007

Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
Thank you.

Robbin Ami Silverberg, FF Alumn


12. Andrea Kleine, FF Alumn, at Walker Art Center, MN, Feb 2-3, 8 pm

If you are in Minneapolis, I hope you can come to this exciting project I am working on at the Walker Art Center. It is a performance piece I wrote and directed, collaborating with composer Bobby Previte, and it features an amazing live band and a 10-person medieval choir.

Featuring The Coalition of the Willing (Marco Benevento, Reed Mathis, Bobby Previte) and the award-winning early music choir The Rose Ensemble.

FRI FEB 2 + SAT FEB 3, 8pm at the Walker Art Center [Minneapolis]

Drum legend Bobby Previte¹s young electric band the Coalition of the Willing crashes into the mystical voices of the Rose Ensemble in THE SEPARATION, a reimagination of both Guillaume Dufay's 15th-century choral epic Missa Sancti Jacobi and Olivier Messiaen's organ masterwork La Nativité du Seigneur. Playwright/director Andrea Kleine¹s dark parable about a sheep and a UFO invades Previte¹s wall of sound. Hungarian designer Anna Kiraly illuminates this heavy metal requiem with her shadowy installations.

Commissioned by the Walker Art Center, The Separation has its world premiere Friday­Saturday, February 2­3, at 8 pm in the William and Nadine McGuire Theater.

Info + tickets: http://www.walkerart.org

More info:


13. Beth B, FF Alumn, at Chelsea Art Museum, NY, opening Jan 25, 6-8 pm

in group show

At the Chelsea Art Museum
556 West 22nd Street @ 11th Ave.




14. Lillian Ball at The Queens Museum, NY, opening Feb 4, 2-5 pm

Opening Reception: Sunday February 4th, 2-5 PM
Lillian Ball: GO ECO (2004-2007)
February 4 - May 27, 2007

GO ECO is an interactive video installation that illuminates the different perspectives of several participants involved in a wetland preservation project. The concept is metaphorically based on the ancient Asian game of Go, (originally, one of the Four Arts of China along with music, painting, and poetry) which uses strategies to capture territory through balancing tactics. GO ECO also functions as an informational serious game installation of video vignettes. Digitally manipulated images with sound are projected in quadrants on the screen to lead players through to the next move. The final outcome of the game is determined by the teamwork of players making their way toward a solution that enables all sides to win or to lose together. GO ECO allows players of many ages to be empowered and to learn about the issues through an art experience that maps paths of action.

Reopening of the Panorama of the City of New York
February 4, 2007 - ongoing

The Panorama of the City of New York, originally commissioned by Robert Moses for the 1964 Worlds Fair, is the largest architectural scale model in the world. With a scale of 1 inch: 100 feet, the Panorama has always offered a truly unique view of the five boroughs, one that has left the millions who have seen it in awe. At 9,335 square feet, it includes the 895,000 buildings that comprised the city in 1992, when the model was last updated. Having been closed since September, the Panorama makes a triumphant return after undergoing a massive lighting and multimedia effects upgrade. Now featuring a twelve-minute tour of the model and the city it represents, complete with dazzling lighting effects, archival and present day still and moving pictures projected on huge screens throughout, and the sounds of the city, the new Panorama will continue to transform how viewers experience this one of a kind treasure, and the city it captures in wonderful miniature.

Queens Museum of Art
New York City Building
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Queens , NY 11368

Hours: Wednesday Friday: 10-5 pm; Saturday Sunday: 12 5 pm
Admission is by suggested donation:
Adults: $5
Seniors and Students: $2.50
Children under 5: Free

By Subway, Via #7 Flushing IRT. Exit Willets Point/Shea Stadium and follow the yellow signs on a ten-minute walk through the Park to the Museum, which is located next to the Unisphere. Alternatively, exit at 111th Street Station. Walk south on 111th Street past the New York Hall of Science. Left on 49th Avenue into the Park. Continue past fountain over the Grand Central Parkway bridge. Museum is on right, next to Unisphere.

By Car, Via the Grand Central Parkway, exit at Shea Stadium and follow signs to the Museum. Free parking.
By Bus, Via the following lines:
Q48 to Roosevelt Avenue & 111 Street. South to Park.
Q23, Q58 to Corona Avenue & 51 Avenue. East to Park.

The Queens Museum of Art was established in 1972 to provide a vital cultural center in Flushing Meadows Corona Park for the borough's unique, international population. The Queens Museum of Art is home to the Panorama of the City of New York, a 9,335 square foot scale model of the five boroughs, and a collection of Tiffany glass from the Neustadt Museum of Tiffany Art. The museum presents changing exhibitions of modern and contemporary art that reflect the area's cultural diversity. Visit http://www.queensmuseum.org for more information about upcoming exhibitions and events.

The Queens Museum of Art is housed in the New York City Building which is owned by the City of New York. With the assistance of Queens Borough President Helen Marshall and the New York City Council, the Museum is supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. Additional funding is provided by the New York State Legislature, New York State Council on the Arts, Ford Foundation, Independence Community Foundation, and the Institute for Museum & Library Services.


15. Paul Henry Ramirez, FF Alumn, profiled in the current BOMB Magazine, and more

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

I hope you’re having a terrific New Year so far! I want to share some of the events that are making 2007 exciting for me so far.

- The winter issue of BOMB Magazine (December 2006 - March 2007) features a profile on my work.  The article was written by the Roberto Juarez.   
- My second solo exhibition in Paris at Galerie Jean-Luc & Takako Richard will open on March 17 and be on view through April 28, 2007.  
- I have been invited to do a print project with Pace Editions.

I will keep you updated as new events develop.  In the meantime, I wish you all the best for 2007!
With kind regards,



16. Jack Waters & Peter Cramer, Tessa Hughes-Freeland, FF Alumns, at Deitch Projects, Jan 25, 6 pm

Jack Waters and Peter Cramer invite you to the screening
of our films @ 6pm Sharp!
We are first on the program, so don't be late!

"Thursday Salons"
@ Deitch Projects in conjunction with the exhibition
WOMANIZER curated by Kembra Pfahler and Julie Atlas Muz.

Thursday January 25, 6 - 11PM
Exhibition Open to the public from 12PM to 6PM
Deitch Project 76 Grand Street, New York

This week featuring film & videos by Inbred Hybrid Collective, MM Serra, JAck RItchey, Anne Hanavan, Jack Waters and Peter Cramer, Mike Diana, Katrina Del MAr, Bijoux Altamirano, Ned Ambler,Tessa Hughes-Freeland, Joe Coleman, Breyer P-Orridge, Viva Ruiz, Kembra Pfahler and many others artists.
and a special screening of Barbara Rubin's Christmas on Earth.
Performances by Bunny Love and World Famous BOB.

Films organized by Eric Schmalenberger.
Our thanks and appreciation to him and all the Deitch Project staff.


17. Geoff Hendricks, Lorraine O’Grady, Jack Waters, Peter Cramer, FF Alumns, at Dorsky Gallery, Long Island City, Jan 28, 2:30-4 pm

In conjunction with our current exhibition, The Constant Possibility of Erasure curated by Donna Harkavy and Gracie Mansion, we are pleased to present
"Time, Loss, and the Ephemeral"
A panel discussion moderated by Kathy Goncharov
with Larry Miller, Lorraine O'Grady, Jack Waters, Peter Cramer
and  Geoffrey Hendricks
Sunday, January 28, 2007, 2:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Seating will be limited
RSVP Bea Blondo (718) 937-6317
DORSKY GALLERY/Curatorial Programs
11-03 45th Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101


18. James T. Pendergrast, FF Alumn, at 70 Thomas St., Manhattan, Jan 25-28

Exhibition featuring James T. Pendergrast and Avy Claire
70 Thomas Street #1
Between Church and West Broadway in Tribeca

Thursday, January 25, 6 - 9 pm
Saturday January 27, 1 - 5 pm
Sunday, January 28, 1- 5 pm

For more information, or to arrange a private showing:
James T. Pendergrast 212-473-3606
email: pendyman@pendyman.com
website: www.pendyman.com
Avy Claire 207-266-6040
email: avy@avyclaire.com
website: www.avyclaire.com

Brian Martin, representing the artists
email:  brian.martin@sourcemartin.com

For directions, click here: http://tinyurl.com/yk6ot4


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