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Contents for April 15, 2010
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1. Nao Bustamante, FF Alumn, on Bravo television, June, 2010, and more
2. Billy X. Curmano, FF Alumn, now on youtube.com
3. Adrianne Wortzel, Andrea Polli, FF Alumns, at 516 ARTS, Albuquerque, NM, opening April 24
4. Alyson Pou, FF Alumn, at Central Booking, Brooklyn, NY, April 28-29
5. Wooloo, FF Alumns, in Artforum magazine, April
6. Irina Danilova, FF Alumn, at Spectre Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, opening April 17
7. Judith Sloan, FF Alumn, at Nuyorican Poets Café, Manhattan, April 16 and 23, and more
8. Barbara Hammer, FF Alumn, at The Victoria Theater, San Francisco, CA, April 17
9. Peter Grzybowski, FF Alumn, at Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland, April 24
10. Thana Pavelic, FF Member, at Lisinski Concert Hall, Zagreb, Croatia, April 14
11. Rae C Wright, FF Alumn, at University of Frieburg, Germany April 20 to May 22
12. Frank Moore, FF Alumn, at Center for Sex and Culture, San Francisco, CA, April 17
13. Eliza Ladd, FF Alumn, at Gowanus Wildlife Preserve, Brooklyn, April 16-17
14. Clarinda Mac Low, FF Alumn, at Center for Performance Research, Brooklyn, thru April 17
15. Barry Wallenstein, FF Alumn, at Cornelia Street Café, Manhattan, May 16
16. Kal Spelletich, FF Alumn, at Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco, thru April 28
17. Nina Sobell, FF Alumn, at Zaragoza Center for Art and Technology, Spain, April 20
18. Susana Cook, FF Alumn, at Hemispheric Institute, Manhattan, April 27
19. Jeff McMahon, FF Alumn, at Arizona State University, Tempe, April 26, and more
20. Elly Clarke, FF Alumn, at 184 Thompson Street, Manhattan, April 22
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1. Nao Bustamante, FF Alumn, on Bravo television, June, 2010, and more

Bravo's "Work of Art: the Next Great Artist"
Premieres on Bravo in June, 2010

We thought it was a performance art stunt when we heard that our renowned artist, Nao Bustamante was a contestant on Bravo's latest stroke on the reality canvas, "Work of Art: The Next Great Artist." But it turns out to be real! We'll see just how real, when the show premieres on Bravo in June. Bustamante will be one of 14 aspiring artists to compete for a solo show at a nationally recognized museum and a generous cash prize. Is the art world ready for this conflux?

Is Nao Bustamante too real for Reality TV? "Watch and see what happens!"

For more information about "Work of Art: the Next Great Artist" see:
http://www.bravotv.com/work-of-art

and

Nao Bustamante's Upcoming Exhibition at Baer Ridgway Exhibitions
June 19 - July 17, 2010

About Nao Bustamante
Nao Bustamante is an internationally known and loved artist, originally from California, she now resides in New York. There she canoes with her poodle, Fufu (who also has an IMDB page). Bustamante's precarious work encompasses performance art, video installation, visual art, filmmaking and writing. The New York Times says, "She has a knack for using her body." Bustamante has presented in Galleries, Museums, Universities and underground sites all around the world. She has exhibited, among other locales, at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, the New York Museum of Modern Arts, Sundance 2008, 2010, and the Kiasma Museum of Helsinki. In 2001 she received the prestigious Anonymous Was a Woman fellowship and in 2007 named a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow, as well as a Lambent Fellow. Currently, Bustamante holds the position of Associate Professor of New Media and Live Art at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

More information and images can be viewed on our website: www.baerridgway.com
and at www.naobustamante.com

BRX is located at 172 Minna (between 3rd and New Montgomery) in downtown San Francisco, next to the SFMOMA. The gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday, 11:00am to 6:00pm.

Very best,

Kent Baer & Eli Ridgway

Baer Ridgway Exhibitions
172 Minna Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
www.baerridgway.com, info@baerridgway.com
415.777.1366

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2. Billy X. Curmano, FF Alumn, now on youtube.com

Hi,

I finely put a statement in my journal about the PTSD formal strait jacket performance and posted a video on You Tube called "Testifies".

For either, go to my site (Hot linked below). Click JOURNAL and/or for the video Click LINKS, then click on "Billy X. You Tube".

Or for just video:

http://www.YouTube.com/BillyXCurmano

I bet you'll enjoy it.

By the way, New X at the Bodega downtown La Crosse WI April 15 at 8 p.m.

Billy X. in "Midnight Babylon", April 23, Buffalo, NY

Be safe; stay well and live happily ever after,

Billy X. Curmano
billyx@ridge-runner.com

http://www.billyx.net

Art Works USA
27979 County Road 17
Winona, MN 55987

Ring: 1.507.452.1598

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3. Adrianne Wortzel, Andrea Polli, FF Alumns, at 516 ARTS, Albuquerque, NM, opening April 24

Alumni Adrianne Wortzel' - robotic installation and video work in "Artificial Selection" at 516 Arts.

ARTIFICIAL SELECTION
Curated by Rhiannon Mercer, 516 ARTS.
516 ARTS
516 Central Avenue SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
+1 505-242-1445

Opening Reception
Saturday, April 24, 6-8pm

516 ARTS announces Artificial Selection, a group exhibition bringing together art, science, myth and technology. It examines contemporary artists’ responses to the processes of adaptation, mutation and survival when the natural order distinguishing species or machine becomes less distinct. Gene manipulation in plants and animals to enhance or specialize performance or product yield has been a historically long-standing human practice, including the controversial "selective breeding" in humans with the study and practice of eugenics. Yet today, no longer shrugged off as the stuff of science fiction or fantasy, genetic engineering and other advances in technology have offered up the real possibilities of super-humans, "designer" babies, sentient robots and hybrids of any variety and combination of human-animal-vegetable-machine. Hybrids pervade our mythologies and religions and continue to play an influential role in the way we perceive our capabilities as a creative species. Whether pursuing power, progress or pure experiment, do we fully understand the consequences of artificial selection?

The exhibition features local and national artists with work in photography, painting, sculpture, interactive video, ceramics, installation and robotics.

Artists include:

Krista Birnbaum (OH)
Steve Budington (VT)
Christine Chin (NY)
Robert Dohrmann (OK)
Travis J. Farnsworth (NM)
Sarah Hearn (NY),
Laurie Hogin (IL),
Simon Mehalek (NM)
Stephanie Metz (CA),
Andrea Polli (NM),
Adrienne Outlaw (TN),
Alison Petty Ragguette (CA)
Gil Scullion (CT),
Luke Shaw (NY),
John Stephenson (NC),
Brad Story (MA),
Heidi Taillefer (Quebec)
Adrianne Wortzel (NY

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4. Alyson Pou, FF Alumn, at Central Booking, Brooklyn, NY, April 28-29

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

I am pleased to send you this announcement for my new project, and I would be so honored if you could join me for one of the upcoming performances on April 28 or 29th.

Warmest regards, Alyson

Galileo's Finger

AND

THE MISSING LENTICULAR GLASSp
By: Alyson Pou
APRIL 28, 29 7:30PM
CENTRAL BOOKING
111 Front St., Gallery 201 - Dumbo, Brooklyn 11201 347-731-655
Donation : $8.00

An astronomically inspired performance about Alessandra, the young apprentice who might have made the lenses for Galileo's famous telescope and Marietta a passionate collector in search of her lens making secrets.

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5. Wooloo, FF Alumns, in Artforum magazine, April

We are excited to announce that the current April issue of Artforum magazine is reviewing Wooloo and our NEW LIFE COPENHAGEN festival.

'"New Life" walked the line between art and activism in a new way, updating tactics pioneered by Beuys, Gran Fury, and the Russian Constructivists: Times have changed, and the problems have only become more urgent.' (Daniel Boese/Artforum)

Read the full review on our blog:
http://www.wooloo.org/blog

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6. Irina Danilova, FF Alumn, at Spectre Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, opening April 17

59 SECONDS (AND BEYOND)

SPECTRE Gallery
287 3rd Ave.
Brooklyn, NY
between President and Carroll Street
Subway: M, R to Union Street station

Description
59 best videos, 59 seconds each, selected by 59 audiences during 59 international screenings (together with materials documenting this project).

When
April 17 – May 15
Wednesday – Saturday 12 - 6pm
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 17th, from 5-9pm

Irina Danilova
9176215941
Project 59
303 Beverley Rd. Apt. 5K
Brooklyn, NY 11218

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7. Judith Sloan, FF Alumn, at Nuyorican Poets Café, Manhattan, April 16 and 23, and more

Judith Sloan performs Crossing the BLVD: strangers, neighbors, aliens in a new America

TWO FRIDAYS April 16 & 23rd @ 7 PM Nuyorican Poets Café
For advance tickets:
http://www.nuyorican.org/calendar.php?r=0&eid=476

As immigration policy is hotly debated around the country in terms of national and cultural security, Crossing the BLVD: strangers, neighbors, aliens in a new America presents the very human stories of why immigrants and refugees have migrated to the US and what their experiences have been since they came here pre- and post-9/11. Based on Warren Lehrer and Judith Sloan’s critically acclaimed book, actor/writer Judith Sloan "channels" many of the people that the couple interviewed on their three-year journey around the world through the borough of Queens. The performance is illuminated by projections of Lehrer’s stunning photographs along with an original soundtrack of music, sounds and voices, including Sloan’s audio mixes, music by Scott Johnson and Gogol Bordello.


Winner 2004 Brendan Gill Prize Municipal Art Society of NY

"Crossing the BLVD is a whirlwind tour and love poem of what has often been called the most racially and ethnically diverse county in America. In the tradition of the playwright Anna Deavere Smith, Ms. Sloan performs "Crossing the BLVD" adopting the personae (and respectfully mimicking the accents) of the varied immigrants whose stories are in the book... The New York Times, City Room Blog, Sewell Chan

"Immigrant life as told in the intimate, rich, comic, ironic and sad stories so often seen but not heard in America’s big cities." The Washington Post, Lynn Duke

"Crossing boldly carries the tradition of oral history into the 21st Century. Electrifying!" Eve Ensler, author The Vagina Monologues

TWO FRIDAYS April 16 & 23rd @ 7 PM Nuyorican Poets Café

236 East 3rd Street, Between Ave B & C, New York City
$12 adv/$15 door/$10 groups of 10 or more/ call the Cafe at 212.505.8183 for group sales.

A Project of EarSay
http://www.earsay.org

and

Yo Miss! Teaching Inside the Cultural Divide, Vol. 1

A new play
Conceived, written, and performed by Judith Sloan
Directed by Michael Dinwiddie
Music Director Frank London

One Night Only • 7 PM Friday April 30, 2010
at Nuyorican Poets Café, 236 East 3rd Street, Between Ave B & C, New York City

What happens when a middle-aged teaching artist survives a near fatal car accident and collides with the oncoming traffic of Hip Hop culture? In Yo Miss! Teaching Inside the Cultural Divide, Vol. 1 Judith Sloan remixes stories from twenty years of teaching immigrant/refugee teenagers and incarcerated youth as they grapple with the cataclysmic global events that shaped them. Through poetry, vivid character portrayals and music, Sloan brings their tales to life along with her own stories that reveal the ripple effects of the Holocaust on her family. Through art, teaching, humor, and pathos, she discovers resilience in the face of tragedy.

Live sound engineer: Luke Santy
dramaturgical support: Warren Lehrer, Yoni Oppenheim, Editha Rosario
including music & sound by Dave Guy, Touré "Southpaw" Harris, Guy Klucevsek, David Krakauer,
Frank London, Taylor Rivelli, Judith Sloan, David Stevens, Immortal Technique, Ken White

$15 adv/$20 door/212.505.8183
To purchase advance tickets on the web:
http://www.nuyorican.org/calendar.php?r=0&eid=477

Yo Miss! Is a project of EarSay
http://www.earsay.org

Proceeds from the Yo Miss! project go to benefit
EarSay’s Youth Education project for immigrant & refugee teenagers

Read about the project in the NY TIMES:
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/13/nyregion/13websloan.html?_r=4&ref=nyregion

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8. Barbara Hammer, FF Alumn, at The Victoria Theater, San Francisco, CA, April 17

Barbara Hammer, FF alum, performs her book with costumes, film clips and readings
at the inaugural Crossroads Festival
The Victoria Theater
San Francisco
Saturday, April 17
1 p.m.-2 p.m.
tickets: www.cinematheque.org
or at the door

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9. Peter Grzybowski, FF Alumn, at Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland, April 24

Peter Grzybowski
A Piece for the Crisis Time
Performance in Finland

Saturday, April 24, 2010, 4 PM

La Bas-> Biennale, April 22-25
http://www.kiasma.fi/index.php?id=2399&L=1
http://www.kaapeli.fi/%7Elabas/

at

Kiasma Theatre
Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma

Mannerheiminaukio 2, FIN-00100 Helsinki, Finland
info@kiasma.fi

Peter Grzybowski
http://grzybowski.org

Greetings,
Peter

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10. Thana Pavelic, FF Member, at Lisinski Concert Hall, Zagreb, Croatia, April 14

Dear friends,

It is my pleasure to inform you that I will be performing in the Proljetna Jazz Revija (Spring Jazz Review) at Lisinski Concert Hall in Zagreb on Wednesday, April 14, 2010, starting at 8pm.

I, and my wonderful band, will be performing a number of my new contemporary compositions and arrangements, as well as some good old standards that everyone will recognize and enjoy!

It is an honor for me to be performing with this amazing group of musicians, including Elvis Penava (guitar), Henry Radanovic (bass), and Ratko Divjak (drums). I also have the amazing honor to announce that renowned pianist, Matija Dedic will be performing as a special guest for the evening. Other guests will include tenor saxophonist Vojkan Jocic, alto saxophonist Ugljesa Novakovic, and trumpeter Davor Krizic.

I hope that if you are in the area you will be able to attend!

Tickets can be purchased at www.lisinski.hr. You can also call the Lisinski Box Office at +385-1-612-1166.

Look forward to seeing you!

Thana

www.thanavoice.com
www.myspace.com/thanavoice

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11. Rae C Wright, FF Alumn, at University of Frieburg, Germany April 20 to May 22

Rae C. Wright has been awarded a Fulbright Senior Specialist position to do exploratory training with German teachers-of-English in American acting techniques wherein language connects to an emotional, perhaps universally felt impulse, thus altering physical expression and hypothetically freeing communication. She has been invited by Medi Hesse, whose pedagogical techniques are currently receiving international attention, to bring her work to students at the University of Frieburg.

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12. Frank Moore, FF Alumn, at Center for Sex and Culture, San Francisco, CA, April 17

EROTIC FRICTION

a rare San Francisco appearance of
Frank Moore, world-known shaman performance artist conducting an experience/participation performance

8 P.M.
Saturday, April 17, 2010
sliding scale of $5 to $25

Center for Sex and Culture
1519 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
415-255-1155
info@sexandculture.org
http://www.sexandculture.org/

For more information, contact:
510-526-7858
fmoore@eroplay.com
http://www.eroplay.com

"His stamina is unrelenting, and the music goes on and on. I am repelled but
stuck: I can't turn away."
San Francisco Weekly, 2001

"Best of the Bay Area!"
S.F Bay Guardian

"....San Francisco's legendary Frank Moore...(is among)...the best and most influential artists in the discipline."
L.A. Weekly 2003

"One of the few people practicing performance art that counts."
Karen Finley, performance artist

"Frank Moore is one of my performance teachers."
Annie Sprinkle, performance artist

"...one of the U.S.'s most controversial performance artists,...."
P-Form Magazine

"...He's wonderful and hilarious and knows exactly what it's all about and has earned my undying respect. What he's doing is impossible, and he knows it. That's good art...."

L.A. Weekly

Resisting "the easy and superficial descriptions..., Moore's work challenges the consensus view more strongly in ways less acceptable than...angry tirades and bitter attacks on consumer culture."

Chicago New City

"If performance art has a radical edge, it has to be Frank Moore."
Cleveland Edition

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13. Eliza Ladd, FF Alumn, at Gowanus Wildlife Preserve, Brooklyn, April 16-17

Eliza Ladd invites you to Bucket and Stick, a work-in-progress ensemble Live Sound Action performance presented by Spoke The Hub as a part of Gowanus Wildlife Preserve Showcase at 295 Douglass in Bklyn. Fri April 16 and Sat April 17 at 7:30.

www.elizaladd.com, www.spokethehub.org

Thanks,

Eliza Ladd

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14. Clarinda Mac Low, FF Alumn, at Center for Performance Research, Brooklyn, thru April 17

Cyborg Nation: encounters, installation and a continually changing video display as part of New Voices in Live Performance: Technoshamanism, curated by Karl Cronin
Cyborg Nation (http://www.culturepush.org/?=node/150) is conceived by Clarinda Mac Low and Walter Polkosnik.

Wednesday - Sunday, April 14-17, 2010
Center for Performance Research 361 Manhattan Avenue, Unit 1, Brooklyn, NY 11211
April 14: 7 PM Cyborg + Symposium FREE
April 15: 6:30 PM Guest Cyborg: Onome Ekeh + Jennifer Hicks Trancedance class 7-10 PM ($20)
April 16: 7 PM Guest Cyborg: James Hannaham + Hicks performance 8 PM ($20/$15)
April 17: 7 PM Cyborg + Fognode/Beat Hollow 8 PM ($15/$10)
Student and artists discounts and $40 Festival passes available. Tickets at the door or through reservations@cprnyc.org.
"What you can't see is always there." Living in the electromagnetic field and in the ether with the Cyborg.
If you can't make it in person, call in 6:30 - 8 April 14-17 and participate remotely, or send email/photos to scope@culturepush.org anytime.

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15. Barry Wallenstein, FF Alumn, at Cornelia Street Café, Manhattan, May 16

Celebrate the arrival of
TONY’S WORLD
the book [from Birch Brook Press]
party/ poetry-music performance
at
THE CORNELIA STREET CAFÉ
Barry Wallenstein and friends

Sunday May 16th, 6 p.m. 2010

Cornelia St. Café
29 Cornelia St.
(Between Bleecker St. & W. 4th just west of 6th Ave.)
(212) 989-9319

$12 cover (includes one drink)
$7 for students

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16. Kal Spelletich, FF Alumn, at Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco, thru April 28

An art exhibit with a robot tree with a bunch of
THE Jack Hanley Superstars!
I am in the last show at The Jack Hanley Gallery San Francisco.
395 Valencia St., S.F., Ca.

April 3 - 28, 2010
http://www.jackhanley.com/current.php
I will be showing:
a robot tree
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYbcyYPkWzE

Meanwhile Jack is focusing all of his magical energies on his NYC
space, which is a very amazing gallery!

with:
Tauba Auerbach, Carter, Ajit Chauhan, Chris Johanson, Ed
Loftus,Alicia Mccarthy, Shaun O'Dell, Leslie Shows, Kal Spelletich
April 3 - 28, 2010

Faith is much better than belief. Belief is when someone else does the
thinking.
- R. Buckminster Fuller (1895-1983)

http://kaltek.org
http://kaltek.wordpress.com/

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17. Nina Sobell, FF Alumn, at Zaragoza Center for Art and Technology, Spain, April 20

Nina Sobell, FF Alumn, speaking at Zaragoza Center for Art and Technology, Zaragoza, Spain April 20th

Sobell's Visualizing Communication

Expanded Play Sessions is happy to confirm New York based artist Nina Sobell as keynote speaker. Nina pioneered the use of video, web and brainwaves in art installations around the world and will be sharing her creative process and approach to technology as well as introducing her latest projects.

Thanks!
Nina

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18. Susana Cook, FF Alumn, at Hemispheric Institute, Manhattan, April 27

Tuesday April 27, 2010 at 7 pm
"The Fury of the Gods"

Written and Performed by Susana Cook
Sound Design by Julián Mesri

An exercise in Pop Blasphemy. An ecclesiastical experiment in Heathenism. A sharp biting satire that skewers the sacred.

The Fury of the Gods is a series of ecclesiastical interventions that mocks capitalist individualism. Susana Cook uses religious oratory to highlight conservative interpretations of homosexuality and exaggerate them, taking them to their logical extremes. As conservative narrative appropriates religion to fulfill an agenda, Cook's work appropriates religious and political language as a means to unveil the ways that fundamentalist belief have come to influence public policy and unmask the real substance and immorality of these national messages.

Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics
20 Cooper Square, 5th Floor (across from E. 5th)
New York, NY 10003

Susana Cook, born in Argentina, is a New York based playwright, director and performer who has been producing original work for over 20 years. www.susanacook.com
Julián Mesri is a New York-based playwright, director, and sound
designer. www.julianmesri.com

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19. Jeff McMahon, FF Alumn, at Arizona State University, Tempe, April 26, and more

Two events to reset your table:

a. Changing Courses: The Real Dinner Theatre
The collaborative team of Jeff McMahon, Lance Gharavi, Jacob Pinholster, Jennifer Setlow, and Amira DelaGarza serve up scenes and stories based on research into food and sustainability. Equal parts Schoolhouse Rock, Food Inc. and vaudeville, Changing Courses is a theatrical exploration of the impacts of food on our bodies, economies and environment. Created from research into the food systems of the nation and Arizona, the performance mixes informational analysis, interviews with participants in food systems, imagined scenarios, and experiential fieldwork. Featuring a delicious, three course meal designed by three Valley chefs (Payton Curry, Mark Tarbell, Jerome Fressnier). Monday, April 26th 7:00pm, Engrained Cafe, ASU Tempe Campus, 2nd Floor Memorial Union. Free to invited guests (invitation only)

b. Changing Courses Symposium: Race, Class, Sustainability and Food
Prior to the show, McMahon and the collaborative team will be hosting a symposium examining some of our research. Speakers will be Bryant Terry (VEGAN SOUL KITCHEN: Fresh, Healthy, and Creative African-American Cuisine) www.bryant-terry.com and Mark Winne (CLOSING THE FOOD GAP) (www.markwinne.com www.closingthefoodgap.com Monday, April 26th 4-6pm Galvin Playhouse, ASU Tempe Campus. Free

Presented by The Herberger Institute School Of Theatre & Film and The Institute For Humanities Research
Information: jeffmcm@earthlink.net

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20. Elly Clarke, FF Alumn, at 184 Thompson Street, Manhattan, April 22

CLARKE GALLERY PRESENTS:

W U N D E R K A M M E R
in New York
22nd April 2010, 7-10pm
App’t 4T 184 Thompson St (Bleecker cross) NYC 10012
Tel: (917) 388-2393

SHOWING WORK BY THE FOLLOWING ARTISTS:
Jessica Brouder / Elly Clarke / Julian Eicke / Liz Fletcher / Alexander Heaton / Fox Hysen / Sophia New and Dan Belasco / Christian Sievers / Anna-Myga Kasten / Kymberley Ward / Andrea Winkler

This is the first stop of a travelling exhibition of work by artists based in Berlin, New York and London. It is curated by Elly Clarke and Jessica Brouder and is hosted by Vita Gottlieb (Shed and a Half Gallery, London) .

http://www.clarkegallery.de / mail@clarkegallery.de

Thanks.

Elly

ellyclarke@gmail.com
art: http://www.axisweb.org/artist/ellyclarke
photography: http://www.ellyclarkephotography.co.uk
Clarke Gallery: http://www.clarkegallery.de

mobile: +49 (0)176 8716 2833.
home: +49 (0)30 3674 1037

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