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Contents for October 26, 2010
1. Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc. in NY Art Book Fair, MoMA PS1, Long Island City, November 5-7
2. Oliver Orion, FF Alumn, at Le Gran Socco, Tangier, Morocco, Oct. 28, and more
3. Claudia DeMonte, FF Alumn, at Cole Pratt Gallery, New Orleans, LA, opening Nov. 6
4. Pat Hoffbauer, FF Alumn, at St. Mark’s Church, Manhattan, Oct. 28-30
5. Kathy Westwater, FF Alumn, at Judson Memorial Church, Manhattan, Oct. 27
6. Ana Mendieta, FF Alumn, at Galerie Lelong, Manhattan, opening Oct. 28
7. Rashaad Newsome, FF Alumn, at Galeria Ramis Barquet, Manhattan, opening November 5
8. Peter Dobill, Holly Faurot, Sarah H. Paulson, at English Kills, Brooklyn, opening October 30
9. Marie Sester, FF Alumn, at SF MOma, CA, Oct. 30, 2010-April 17, 2011
10. Emily Roysdon, FF Alumn, at MoMA PS1, November 5
11. Franc Palaia, FF Alumn, at Danny Circle, Kingston, NY, Oct. 29
12. Steed Taylor, FF Alumn, Autumn news
13. Alicia Grullon, FF Alumn, at Rush Arts Gallery, Manhattan, thru Oct. 31, and more
14. Maria Yoon, FF Alumn, newsletter
15. Sara Thomas Gulden, FF Alumn, launches new website, and more
16. Beth Lapides, FF Alumn, at Improv Lab, LA, CA, thruy Dec. 15
17. Jaye Rhee, FF Alumn, at Stephan Stoyanov, Manhattan, thru Nov. 15
18. Barbara Hammer, FF Alumn, in Europe, Oct. 27-Nov. 14
19. Martha Rosler, FF Alumn, at La Virreina, Barcelona, Spain, Oct. 29, 2010-Jan. 30, 2011, and more
20. John Boone, FF Alumn, at Art 101, Brooklyn, NY, thru Nov. 28
21. Jennifer Hicks, FF Alumn, at Provincetown Theater, MA, Oct. 30
22. Bruce Yonemoto, FF Alumn, at Alexander Gray Associates, Manhattan, opening October 27
23. Nina Yankowitz, Barry Holden, FF Alumns, in Leonardo Magazine, Vol. 43
24. Susan Bee, Ken Butler, Jordan Crandall, Joyce Cutler-Shaw, Daniel Georges, Frank Gillette, Ichi Ikeda, Scott McCarney, Vernita N'Cognita, Babs Reingold, Miriam Schaer, Susan Share, Robbin Silverberg, Harley Spiller, Rumi Tsuda, and Juana Valdes, FF Alumns, at Alma, Manhattan, opening Nov. 3


1. Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc. in NY Art Book Fair, MoMA PS1, Long Island City, November 5-7

"Smart, weird, engrossing, beautiful…"
–The New York Times, 2009

"Bigger and better then ever…time and a sturdy bag were essential accessories."
–Artforum, 2009

Printed Matter presents the fifth annual NY Art Book Fair, November 5–7 at MoMA PS1, Long Island City, Queens. Free and open to the public, the Fair hosts over 200 international presses, booksellers, antiquarian dealers, artists and publishers from twenty countries, offering the best in contemporary art-book publishing.

Philip Aarons, Chairman of the Board for Printed Matter, said: "The NY Art Book Fair is the premiere venue to find what's new in art publishing. While it has spawned the next generation of independent art book fairs world-wide, it remains the biggest, the best, and by far the most fun."

The NY Art Book Fair includes special project rooms, screenings, book signings, and performances, throughout the weekend. Other events include the third annual Contemporary Artists’ Books Conference and The Classroom, a curated series of informal conversations between artists, together with readings, workshops and other artist-led events.

A list of exhibitors, event schedule, and more information is available at www.nyartbookfair.com.


Printed Matter, Inc. presents The NY Art Book Fair
November 5–7, 2010
Preview: November 4, 6-9 p.m.
22-25 Jackson Ave at the intersection of 46th Avenue
Long Island City, NY

Free and open to the public:
Thursday, November 4, 6-9 p.m.
Friday, November 5 and Saturday, November 6, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Sunday, November 7, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.


Artist’s Project
Leidy Churchman takes over the lobby with a large set of facsimile book paintings on wood. Drawing upon the stacks at the Museum of Modern Art Library Library with friend and librarian David Senior, Churchman traces a unique and fetching portrait of artists’ publications from the last hundred years.

Special Project Rooms
Select exhibitors take over entire galleries: AA Bookstore with Bedford Books (London), Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI; New York), Fillip and A.AAAARG.ORG (Vancouver; Los Angeles), and Picturebox (Brooklyn). Andrew Roth (New York) exhibits a retrospective of PPP Publishing. Goteblüd (San Francisco) presents an exhibition of more than six hundred Riot Grrrl zines, with a working photocopy station. Werkplaats Typografie (Arnhem), the Dutch super-school, brings its entire student body to design, produce, and sell books while you watch.

The Classroom
The Classroom is a curated series of informal conversations between artists, workshops, readings and other artist-led events, with continuous enrollment for all fair-goers throughout the weekend. Participants include: Casco (Utrecht), f.ART magazine (New York), Golden Age (Chicago), J&L Books with Jason Fulford (Atlanta), Kodoji Press with Erik Steinbrecher (Zurich), Little Joe (London), The New Dreamz with Rose Luardo and Andrew Jeffrey Wright (Philadelphia), Onomatopee (Eindhoven), Roma Publications with Jo Baer (Amsterdam), Seems (San Francisco), Sumi Ink Club (Los Angeles), Swill Children (Brooklyn), Triple Canopy (New York and Los Angeles) and Alexis Zavialoff of Motto (Berlin), among others. The Classroom is organized by David Senior, the Museum of Modern Art Library.

Contemporary Artists’ Books Conference
The Contemporary Artists’ Books Conference is a dynamic, two-day event focused on emerging practices and debates within art-book culture. This year’s sessions address a wide array of subjects, including: experimental libraries, the so-called zine renaissance, fusion of art and design in typography, contemporary criticism, and new pedagogical approaches to the ever-expanding field of artists’ books. The first day of the conference ends with a lively pecha kucha, a rapid-fire event in which invited speakers have just five minutes to comment on an artwork. Full-conference registrants receive a specially commissioned book by Emily Roysdon, an interdisciplinary artist and writer who examines the intersections of choreography and politics. Roysdon's book is a meditation on vintage photographs of the New York piers by queer photographer Alvin Baltrop.


Featured Countries
This year, the NY Art Book Fair celebrates eighteen cutting-edge publishers from The Netherlands, including a project room by Kunstverein Amsterdam (Amsterdam) and Witte de With (Rotterdam), together with a variety of book launches and informal presentations in the Dutch Pavilion. Other countries represented include: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Norway, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and United States.

Antiquarian Dealers
Exhibitors present collections of rare Conceptual Art, Minimalism, Fluxus, and the avant-garde from Japan, Europe, and North America. Exhibitors include: John McWhinnie @ Glenn Horowitz (East Hampton), Harper’s Books (East Hampton), Marcus Campbell (London), Steven Leiber (San Francisco), Sims Reed (London), Stefan Schuelke (Cologne) and others.

Artists & Activists
This diverse group of politically minded artists and collectives focus on the intersection of art and activism. Exhibitors include: Journal of Aesthetics and Protest (Los Angeles), GuerrillaGirlsBroadBand (New York), The Yes Men (New York), Bread and Puppet (Glover, Vermont), Center for Urban Pedagogy (Brooklyn), and Temporary Services (Chicago), among others.

Zines by Artists
A lively selection of international zinesters will represent independent publishing at its most innovative and affordable. Exhibitors include: The Holster (Brooklyn), Nieves (Zurich), Ooga Booga (Los Angeles), and ZINE’S MATE (Tokyo), among others. A special section of queer zines includes our favorites, from Original Plumbing (San Francisco) and Girls Like Us (Amsterdam) to PINUPS (Brooklyn).


Printed Matter presents new limited editions by artists Rachel Harrison, Christian Holstad and Misaki Kawai, published on the occasion of the NY Art Book Fair 2010. Purchase of these editions supports the Fair, ensuring the event remains free and open to the public.


The NY Art Book Fair Committee
Philip Aarons, AA Bronson, Skuta Helgason, Catherine Krudy, Carolina Nitsch, Richard Prince, Dieter von Graffenreid, John Waters, and Matthew Zucker
Press inquiries: Peter J. Russo, Coordinator, peter@printedmatter.org



2. Oliver Orion, FF Alumn, at Le Gran Socco, Tangier, Morocco, Oct. 28, and more

Oliver Orion at American School of Tangier and Le Gran Socco, Tangier Morocco. Oct 26 and 28.

Tues 26 October: Concierto Sin Vergüenza No. 2 - The second in a series of live, free concerts in front of the old Cinema Rif (now the non-profit Cinematheque de Tanger). While the first concert featured only solo performances (Jason Webley and Oliver Orion), this event will feature loud performances by K Records artists Angelo Spencer et Les Hauts Sommets, Tangier teenage bands Easymaze and Private Womb, Sarah Ariche, Oliver Orion(performing under Arabic super-titles of his lyrics), and (inshallah) a short ambient performance by NY based Richard Horowitz. You are welcome: locals, tourists, beatnik poseurs, and glue-sniffing street kids.

Thursday October: As part of the Paul Bowles Centennial events in Tangier (October 27-31st) the American School of Tangier presents Jane Bowles' puppet play A Quarreling Pair directed by Oliver Orion White (and performed with live humans and the original music composed by Paul Bowles), as well as a video adaptation of Paul Bowles' story The Garden directed by Henry Hettick. The theatre portion of the evening will be followed by a presentation by composer Richard Horowitz on his experience on the set of Bertolucci's The Sheltering Sky, complete with anecdotes, music, and jokes in French, English, and Arabic. The school will also display its archival materials from the many theatrical collaborations between former headmaster Joseph A. McPhillips III and Bowles, and more of the school's collection of Bowles material.



3. Claudia DeMonte, FF Alumn, at Cole Pratt Gallery, New Orleans, LA, opening Nov. 6

Claudia DeMonte, FF Alumn, at Cole Pratt Gallery, New Orleans, LA, November 3-28, 2010. Opening Nov. 6, 6-8 pm. www.coleprattgallery.com



4. Pat Hoffbauer, FF Alumn, at St. Mark’s Church, Manhattan, Oct. 28-30

Dear Friends,

Come see our new work PARA-DICE at Danspace Project at St Mark's Church oct 28-30 at 8 PM shared evening with The Adventure.

hope to see you,

pat hoffbauer



5. Kathy Westwater, FF Alumn, at Judson Memorial Church, Manhattan, Oct. 27

Movement Research
Studies Project

PJ @ 20 Celebrating its 20th Anniversary, the Movement Research Performance Journal fosters the exploration and evolution of written and graphic languages that contemplate current issues of dance and performance. We take this opportunity to examine the MRPJ's history and relevance, how it operates as a vehicle for dynamic exchange, as a form of documentation, and as an extension of artistic practice and output.

Panelists include Cathy Edwards, Ralph Lemon, Sarah Michelson, Trajal Harrell, and Tom Kalin.

Moderated by Kathy Westwater

Wednesday, October 27

Judson Memorial Church Gymnasium
55 Washington Square South



for more info:



6. Ana Mendieta, FF Alumn, at Galerie Lelong, Manhattan, opening Oct. 28

Documentation and Artwork, 1972-1985

October 28 - December 11, 2010
opening reception
Thursday, October 28, 6-8 pm

Galerie Lelong
528 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001

Documentation and Artwork, 1972 - 1985

Opening reception: Thursday, October 28, 2010, 6-8 pm
Exhibition continues through December 11, 2010

Galerie Lelong is pleased to announce its eighth exhibition of the work of Ana Mendieta, entitled Ana Mendieta: Documentation and Artwork, 1972­-1985, which marks the 25th anniversary of the artist's death at the age of 36. On view will be original photographs, slides and other materials from the artist's archive that have never been exhibited, along with rarely seen photographs, drawings, sculpture and recently restored films. The exhibition will span Mendieta's entire career, from her explorations as a student in Iowa in the early '70s to her works in the mid-'80s made while living in Rome as an accomplished artist, and will examine a number of significant motifs that recur throughout her work including blood, fire, and concealment. Mendieta returned to these elements in a number of series and projects, each time considering a different facet of their implications on the body and landscape. The artist's sister, Raquelin Mendieta, who was instrumental in the organization of the exhibition, will be present at the opening on Thursday, October 28, 6-8 pm.

Since Ana Mendieta's retrospective at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in 2004, there has been a continuing re-evaluation of her work, and also of time-based performance work. Recent exhibitions such as 2007's WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution have highlighted artists who pursued an investigation of the body, landscape and endurance in actions that were often ephemeral and intangible. As an outgrowth of study on these practices, critics and art historians have debated the role of documentation in performance art. Immersion into Mendieta's body of work demonstrates that process and product are not often strictly delineated. Mendieta matched her integration of themes and media with a fluid approach towards documentation and presentation. A prolific, highly experimental artist, the images that Mendieta printed in her lifetime represent a small fraction of the original slides and negatives that remain in her archive.

Ana Mendieta: Documentation and Artwork, 1972­-1985 displays how thoroughly and, at times, obsessively Mendieta approached the visual conceptualization of her images. Her persistence is most apparent in her silueta [silhouette] works, which she explored throughout her career. Two siluetas that will be exhibited are Silueta de Cohetes and Alma en Fuego. These works each use fire and refer to transformation and transfiguration, expressing the elements of religion and folk spirituality that so fascinated Mendieta. The numerous slides, negatives, and Super 8 films for the works are testaments to Mendieta's ability, with quite simple documentation, to create iconic, indelible imagery that remains alive long after her transient gestures.

Galerie Lelong has exclusively represented the Estate of Ana Mendieta since 1991. Mendieta's work has been exhibited in solo exhibitions at over 30 museums worldwide, including the Helsinki City Art Museum, Fundació Antoni Tápies in Barcelona, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea in Santiago de Compostela, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington D.C., Kunstmuseum Luzern, Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Havana, and Museo de Arte Contemporaneo in Monterrey. Since her last exhibition at Lelong in 2008, Mendieta's work has been featured in over 20 museum group exhibitions, a solo show at Alison Jacques Gallery in London, and a dedicated area at the Tate Modern in its display of the permanent collection. Mendieta is currently featured in Crossing at Paço de Artes in São Paulo, Signs of Life: Ancient Knowledge in Contemporary Art at the Kunstmuseum in Luzern, and The Original Copy: Photography of Sculpture, 1839 to Today at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.



7. Rashaad Newsome, FF Alumn, at Galeria Ramis Barquet, Manhattan, opening November 5

05 November – 18 December
Opening 05 November 6-8pm followed by live performance, 8-9pm

Galeria Ramis Barquet
532 West 24th St | NY, NY 10011

Gallery Hours:
Tuesday – Saturday 10am-6pm

Ramis Barquet
532 W. 24th Street
New York, New York 10011
t. (212) 675.3421



8. Peter Dobill, Holly Faurot, Sarah H. Paulson, at English Kills, Brooklyn, opening October 30

Hi Everyone,

Im proud to be having my first three person exhibition, INTERACTIONS, with Holly Faurot and Sarah H. Paulson that opens this Saturday Oct. 30 6-9pm @ English Kills Art Gallery in Bushwick.

On view will be 2 new actions on video including GONG RINGER, my first integration of outside performers in an action featuring Holly and Sarah, in addition to video from my action installation BLOODPORTRAITACTION @ Momenta Art from early summer and the latest drawings in my ACTION ABSTRACTION series.

Also available for the first time will be 2 cds of my music work for the exhibition:

ACTION SOUNDTRACKS VOL.1 - soundtracks to recent action installations
FADENSONNEN - GREY EP - high energy improvised rock featuring Ryan Dobran (ex-King Crab) and myself

Holly and Sarah will be exhibiting some killer videos and drawings from their performance work as well as Lenny Reibstien having some epic paintings in the second gallery.



OCTOBER 30 2010 - NOVEMBER 28, 2010





I hope to see you there - fake moustaches encouraged,

Peter Dobill



9. Marie Sester, FF Alumn, at SF MOma, CA, Oct. 30, 2010-April 17, 2011
Update for friends and colleagues,

ACCESS will be featured in the main lobby of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) as part of Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance, and the Camera Since 1870, October 30, 2010 - April 17th, 2011.

Open hours: (GMT-8)
Monday - Tuesday 11:00 am - 5:45 pm
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 11:00 am - 8:45 pm
Friday - Sunday 11:00 am - 5:45 pm
You will be able to interact with the project during these hours by visiting the website.
ACCESS is a public art installation that applies web and surveillance technologies, allowing web users to track individuals in public spaces with a unique robotic spotlight and acoustic beam system, without people wearing any gear, exploring the ambiguities among surveillance, control, visibility and celebrity.



10. Emily Roysdon, FF Alumn, at MoMA PS1, November 5

West Street, a new publication by Emily Roysdon w/ Alvin Baltrop
Friday, November 5 at 5:30pm
Location: MoMA PS1, ground floor across from the café



11. Franc Palaia, FF Alumn, at Danny Circle, Kingston, NY, Oct. 29

Dedication: Friday, Oct. 29 at 2pm,1 Danny Circle,Kingston, NY
For information call: 845-486-1378 or UCAT at 845-340-3334
FRANC PALAIA was commissioned by the Ulster County Transportation Center to create a monumental Bus Sign Sculpture. The hand painted sign illustrates a new Hybrid Electric bus that will replaces the old diesel powered UCAT transit buses. The solar illumnated bus sign was completed in 2009 and measures 6’ x 12’. What makes this bus sign unique is that the sign’s red and orange signal lights are real and are illuminated by electricity supplied by a 18" x 48" solar panel situated adjacent to the sign. The solar panel collects sunlight during the day and automatically illuminates the bus lights every evening at dusk and turns off at sunrise. The sign is painted in a hyper realistic and illusionistic style and appears to be standing in full 3 dimensions, but is completely flat. FRANC PALAIA lives and works in Poughkeepsie and Jersey City and has received numerous commissions for public art. Since the mid 1990s, he has received six public art commissions from N.Y. and N.J. Transit. Palaia is a professional practicioner in several media, they include; painting, sculpture, photography, light boxes, murals, lamp design, artists books and is also an active curator. Palaia has exhibited extensively locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. He has been awarded over 20 grants in all media, which incude the restigious Rome Prize, Louis Comfort Tiffany grant and a Polaroid Sponsorship. He has presented over 40 solo shows that include 12 in New York City. His 300 group shows include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum annex, OK Harris, Artists Space, PS 1, Drawing Center, Newark Museum, Vassar College, Carl Van Brunt gallery, G.A.S., Carrie Haddad gallery, Albany Airport Gallery, Printed Matter, Franklin Furnace, High Museum of Art and the Dorsky Museum of Art. He founded G.A.S. Gallery in 2007 and was a TV host and producer of "Arts Focus". Franc is included in the 2010 Collaborative Concepts Saunder’s Farm Outdoor Sculpture show where he is showing a sculptural photo-bus shelter. Solo shows for 2011 include the Samuel Morse Museum, Locust Grove Tranverse gallery in 2011 and a show of Polaroid photographs at Queens College’s Calandra Italian-American Institute in NYC.



12. Steed Taylor, FF Alumn, Autumn news

Hello Everyone -

Below is information about 3 new road tattoos, a group show, a guest artist workshop, a benefit I am curating and some fun press. If you'd like more information or images of anything mentioned, let me know. Thanks for taking a look.

- Steed Taylor

Daughters and Sons Knot commissioned by the Washington DC Commission on Arts and Humanities, is located on the 800 block of Vermont Avenue between Lafayette Park and McPherson Square. Two blocks from the White House, it is a location steeped in our national history of war and loss. Bringing this relationship to the present day Daughters and Sons Knot honors Washington DC area soldiers recently killed while serving our country by including their children's names in the piece. Centered within the block, Daughters and Sons Knot is a complex Celtic Knot alluding to the interdependence of both a community and a family as well as referencing heraldry designs used on formal dress uniforms and metals. Approximately 60 feet wide and 300 feet long, it was made with the help of local volunteers and neighbors.


http://maps.google.com/ In "Search Maps" copy and paste "800 Vermont Avenue Northwest, Washington D.C." Choose "Satellite" to display image. Zoom to closest level.

Labor Line located on 18th Street between Bell Street and Crystal Drive in the Crystal City neighborhood of Arlington VA and commissioned by the Crystal City Business Development Improvement District; 10' x 200'; black high-gloss latex, 30 names of over 60,000 workers commuting daily to this massive brutalist multi-use development and prayer written for the artwork; 10/17/2010


As a resident artist with the Central City Artist Project 11/15 - 12/1/10 and part of the city-wide Prospect 1.5 New Orleans art exhibition, I am making a road tattoo on the 2400 block of St. Andrew Street between Freret and S. Robertson Streets in the Central City neighborhood of New Orleans. Approximately 20 feet by 190 feet, it will be installed 11/25 - 11/29. During the November 28th dedication the community is invited to participate in the final step of the installation when local children born post-Katrina will be honored as the hope and future of New Orleans by writing their names in the artwork.


I'll will be a guest artist at the Coleman Center for the Arts in York, AL from 11/11 - 15, 2010 culminating with a community workshop about remembering and loss on Sunday,November 14th.


Love in Vein: Editions Fawbush projects & artists 2005-2010
November 4 - December 23, 2010, Opening November 4, 5-7 pm
Gering & Lopez Gallery; 730 5th Avenue; New York, NY 10019
Kamrooz Aram
assume vivid astro focus
Karin Davie
Gardar Eide Einarsson
Angelo Filomeno
Wayne Gonzales
Tony Matelli
Matthew McCaslin
Matthew Ronay
Alexander Ross
Kate Shepherd
Nancy Spero, FF Alumn
Steed Taylor, FF Alumn
Richard Tuttle, FF Alumn
Randy Wray


HIV Law Project's Annual Benefit
Advocacy, Art, Community & Spirit honors HIV Law Project's twenty years of steadfast service to disadvantaged and low-income people living with HIV/AIDS with an exhibition and silent auction of eighteen works by contemporary artists, 3 print editions made for the benefit, live music, and honoree for Public Service, Pro Bono Service and Advocacy. There will be a few surprise during this fun and meaningful evening. Please join us for this fun evening in supporting of this excellent organization.

Meredith Allen
Heather Cox
Franklin Evans
Alessandra Exposito
JC Garcia-Lavin
Kate Gilmore, FF Alumn
Karen Heagle (print edition and artwork)
Doug Holtquist
Joan Linder
Adam Lowenbein
Ingrid Lunt
Max-Carlos Martinez (print edition and artwork)
Chris Pennock (print edition and artwork)
Eric Rhein
Steed Taylor
Mary Temple
Anthony Viti
Eric Wolf

Honored to have a sweet article with images of my road tattoos in the August Issue of Inked Magazine written by the super talented Kara Pound.



13. Alicia Grullon, FF Alumn, at Rush Arts Gallery, Manhattan, thru Oct. 31, and more

Dear Friends and Colleagues:
Here is some information on new work and exhibition:
a. I will be participating in a group show entitled 'Curate NYC'.

Private Viewing: Thursday October 21, 6:00 P.M.
Show on view from October 21-31, 2010
Rush Arts Gallery
526 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001

150 selected works by New York City Emerging Artists will be exhibited as 5x6" postcard-sized reproductions at the Rush Arts Gallery in Chelsea, the Essex Street Market on the Lower East Side, La Marqueta Open Plaza in East Harlem, and the Richmond County Bank Ballpark at St. George on Staten Island. For more information, please see Curate NYC

More on Curate NYC: New York Times article by Kate Taylor

b. Go see images of a new re-enactment I did in the Bronx- No Cookies: The Stella D'oro Project, 2010. Link below:
No Cookies: The Stella D'oro Project

c. See images from my live re-enactment of Illegal Death, 2007/2010 at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, part of the Second Latin American Biennial and the Bronx Trolley Tour. Link Below:

Illegal Death, 2007/2010

Best regards and Happy Halloween,
Alicia Grullon



14. Maria Yoon, FF Alumn, newsletter

- Curate NYC: A Multi-Venue Juried Exhibition October 21 - 31, 2010: Chelsea, Lower East Side, Harlem and Staten Island.
Opening night, Oct 21st at the Rush Arts Gallery in Chelsea.

- Korean American Film Festival NY Urban Art
Reception: Nov 12th, 2010

- Maria the Korean Bride gets interviewed with Time Magazine.
Please stay tuned for the article in a next issue.

Thank you as always,



15. Sara Thomas Gulden, FF Alumn, launches new website, and more

Yes there's Facebook and other virtual forms of communication, and even some of you that I actually still have face-to-face communication with--but I figured to cover bases I should do one major email blast with my current really big news. I apologize for repeating some of this news to some of you!

a) I've got a new yoga website which I'd love for you to check out (and also definitely check out my current yoga schedule while you're there): WWW.SARAHTHOMASGULDEN.COM

b) My friend Liz Kresch and I will be leading a Yoga Retreat in Costa Rica this Feb.19-24, 2011 and I'd love to have you come! Bring your partner/spouse or some friends with you! Share the info around with any potentially interested people! There's more info on my website or at:


c) If you're local, in addition to my regular classes which I'd love for you (and/or your babies and kids!) to attend, I also have some special workshops coming up. Sun. Oct. 24 from 4-5:30pm I'll be doing a workshop on Yin Yoga at Balance Studio in Bethesda and Sun. Jan. 16 I'll do prenatal yoga as part of a Birthing Workshop at the Mindfulness Center. I'm happy to provide more info on either if you're curious.

I'm excited about the direction yoga is taking me these days and excited to share these events with you. I'm also currently enrolled in the advanced training 300-hour RYT course at Thrive Yoga so I'm learning a bevy of new assists and techniques to check out!

Hope you're having a great fall.



New Website!!

Join Me in Costa Rica February 2011



16. Beth Lapides, FF Alumn, at Improv Lab, LA, CA, thruy Dec. 15

The first 5 performances of Beth Lapides' new show "100% Happy 88% of the Time" have already sold out and 4 new shows have just been added to the run: Wednesdays, Nov. 24, Dec. 1, 8 & 15, 8:30pm at the Improv Lab Theater, 8162 Melrose Ave.

Tickets now available for Nov. 10, 24, Dec. 1, 8 & 15.

Written & Performed by Beth Lapides
Original Music by Beth Lapides & Mitch Kaplan

Wednesdays, Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27, Nov. 3, 20, 24, Dec. 1, 8 & 15
8:30pm at the Improv Lab Theater, 8162 Melrose Ave.

"Eureka!" flavorpill

LA Weekly Best of LA - Best Comeback

"Life-affirming and hilarious. You couldn't ask for a funnier evening out with your metaphysical self! Won't you ascend with her?" Edge Magazine

"Charming, intelligent and offbeat... mischievous, subversive fun!" Frontiers Magazine

"Insightful & dripping with wit!" NBC LA

"Soul-based entertainment... I could have sworn I saw Beth Lapides sprout wings" LA Yoga Magazine

"Chakra-delic!" yogamates

"Go see Beth Lapides! Witty, indelible, hilarious!" yogadork

Comedian/author/religious leader Beth Lapides' groundbreaking new show integrates original songs and multi-media with the trademark comedic sass she developed hosting the legendary Un-Cabaret. More about Beth and the show: http://bethlapides.com/node/15

Press contact for review tickets, photos, interviews: Greg Miller, 323-717-4731.



17. Jaye Rhee, FF Alumn, at Stephan Stoyanov, Manhattan, thru Nov. 15

A Time Too Late, A Time Too Early
A solo exhibition by Jaye Rhee

October 17 - November 15, 2010

Stephan Stoyanov Gallery

29 Orchard Street
New York, NY

Jaye Rhee

studio: Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts
323 W. 39th Street #312
New York, NY 10018



18. Barbara Hammer, FF Alumn, in Europe, Oct. 27-Nov. 14

Barbara Hammer, FF Alum, Hammer Films in Europe: October 27-Nov. 14
Director Will Not Be Present.

Nova Cinema for Pink Screens, Brussels, October 27 (Screening Gender Identities: Nitrate Kisses, No No Nooky T.V., Dyketactics)

Bozar Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels, October 28, Screening Sanctus and A Horse Is Not A Metaphor

La Latina Theatre, Paris, Nov. 4 (Screening Lover Other: The Story of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore with French subtitles)

Fotograf Gallery Vernissage, Prague, November 10 (Superdyke & Other Films)

Svetozor Cinema, Prague with Mezipatra, Nov. 12 (Screening Tender Fictions)



19. Martha Rosler, FF Alumn, at La Virreina, Barcelona, Spain, Oct. 29, 2010-Jan. 30, 2011, and more

If You Lived Here Still…
An archive project by Martha Rosler
29 October 2010 – 30 January 2011

La Virreina Centre de la Imatge
La Rambla, 99
Barcelona 08002

In 1989 artist Martha Rosler organized her project 'If You Lived Here…' at the Dia Art Foundation in New York City. 'If You Lived Here…' was a seminal project on housing, homelessness and the systems and conditions underlying them such as gentrification, bureaucratic complicity or non-compliance and increasing privatisation of the public sector. It took a radical approach toward art and institutions of that time, in a mode that might be called cross-disciplinary and "participatory." The archive project by Martha Rosler at La Virreina Centre de la Imatge in Barcelona, initiated by Anton Vidokle and first presented at e-flux in New York and Casco in Utrecht, provides an opportunity to revisit Rosler's undertaking and interrogate its legacy. Besides the archival materials that present the organisational and research processes behind the project, more research documents that Rosler has assembled or solicited others to contribute over the last 20 years are installed for close reading at La Virreina Centre de la Imatge. These also include new materials gathered in Barcelona.

For the presentation at La Virreina Centre de la Imatge in Barcelona the archive is complemented with local references to several collectives engaged in work with the housing crisis. On this occasion the emphasis is put on different forms of cultural activism merging in the context of the archive compiled by Martha Rosler. For such a purpose La Virreina Lab organizes two consecutive panels on 28 October and 29 October. Representatives of collectives and local organizations will debate the dimensions of the current housing crisis from a cultural perspective. The first panel will focus on the challenges involved in the new strategies for social representation and the second will open the floor to a wide range of voices involved in the debates about the housing crisis in the specific context of the city of Barcelona.

Open forum on
Cultural Activism and Housing Crisis
La Virreina Lab
28 October-29 October, 2010.

28 October, 19.30 h.
Participants: Martha Rosler, Anton Vidokle, Leonidas Martín and Carles Guerra (moderator)

29 October, 19.00 h.
Participants: Martha Rosler. Repensar Bon Pastor, Espai polític EXIT, Issaac Marrero and Javier Rodrigo (moderator)


24 October 2010 – 30 January 2011

Press Preview:
Friday, October 22 at 12 p.m.
Saturday, October 23 at 6 p.m.

GAM-Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art
Via Magenta 31
10128 Turin, Italy


Curator Elena Volpato

The Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Turin, GAM, presents the new chapter of the GAM Underground Project featuring the first Italian museum survey of Martha Rosler's work.

AS IF is the term adopted by Martha Rosler to describe her way of working, offering a sketch, a line of thinking, and an exploration of possibilities. This approach uses many modes of production to carry out her investigations, and to imagine a range of possible outcomes, to problematic situations in art and in the wider world. Motivating Rosler's work is a desire to spur viewers to become aware of the issues that emerge from her practice—and to become active. To a public inclined to exclaim "I could do this!" when facing a contemporary work, Martha Rosler replies "Indeed! please do!"

The exhibition will showcase many of the artist's major works from 1965 to the present, including pieces from her historic photomontage series, Body Beautiful and Bringing the War Home, in addition to her more recent installation works, including a considerable selection of her photographic series dedicated to spaces of transit: airports, streets, and subways, as well as numerous video works from throughout her career. Her most influential works, which have made an indelible impact on the development of art in the past forty years will be displayed alongside her writings and research documents, offering a unique portrait of the evolution of Rosler's unparalleled artistic and social commitment.

The show also presents a new project specifically addressing Turin today, investigating aspects of the trafficking in African migrants, particularly African women, in our country.

The aim of this exhibition is not merely to celebrate Rosler's past achievements but to insist on their continued relevance for the present. Even decades after their first appearance her works retain their power to provoke, posing difficult and perennial questions – about the construction of gender and class identity, the systematic representation of political and cultural "Others", and the experience of everyday life. Each of these, Rosler reveals, belies the very freedom promised by our modern consumer society.

The works on exhibit are presented following a thematic and systemic order. Works on similar subjects but produced in different years are grouped together to offer a wider view on their coherence and breadth of investigation. Their juxtaposition reveals each work as a committed and coherent examination of different aspects of the social and political life world.

The accompanying publication provides an exhaustive presentation of the artist and her work, offering a range of in-depth research that is as-yet missing from the Italian scene - despite Rosler's numerous foreign publications. This publication is especially necessary considering Rosler emphasis on the written and spoken word, not only in her practice as an artist but as an internationally acclaimed essayist and lecturer.

The publication, edited by Elena Volpato for Archivebooks, features a collection of scripts, transcripts and textual portions of installations, as well as a comprehensive survey of the works she has created in 45 years of ongoing investigation.

Friday, October 22 at 6 p.m.
GAM Conference Hall
Corso Galileo Ferraris 30

Media Contact: Daniela Matteu - Tanja Gentilini tel. 011 4429523
daniela.matteu@fondazionetorinomusei.it; ufficio.stampa@fondazionetorinomusei.it

Organized by:
GAM-Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art
+39 011 4429518
+39 011 4429595

Opening Hours:
Tuesday-Sunday 10am-6pm, Monday closed.
Last admission: one hour prior to closing time.



20. John Boone, FF Alumn, at Art 101, Brooklyn, NY, thru Nov. 28


October 21 through November 28

The opening reception is on October 21st from 6 to 9 pm.

To make a long story short, my paintings include a wide variety of subject areas, both public and private. Piece by piece, I take common global American English idioms and organize them into compositions of a word or collection of colloquialisms which reflect a common understanding and turn it on its ear. Throwing some light on the subject, the texts are always painted in a digital font which is technical, empirical and precise while the subjects are casual and informal.

As far as I can see, American idiomatic expressions are the perfect folk art, they belong to no one, are not authored by anyone but are used by everyone. They are readymade pure media by any stretch of the imagination.

Practising without a license, my work consists of handmade signs reflecting commonly expressed thoughts through an image of high tech.
Drawing conclusions from roots in Pop, Conceptual, Fluxus, advertising and journalism, my artworks are prompts for thinking outside the box and ahead of the curve.

101 Grand Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays
1 to 6 pm or by appointment

Take the L train to Bedford Avenue,
walk south on Bedford to Grand Street, then west to 101.

John Boone



21. Jennifer Hicks, FF Alumn, at Provincetown Theater, MA, Oct. 30

with Jennifer Hicks MFA (Franklin Furnace Alumni)
Saturday - Oct 30th
Special all day workshop in Provincetown, MA
A. @ the Provincetown Theater from 9-12
B. @ beach option from 2- 4.
C. with street performance option right after.
$30 for all day ( there is no separate cost per A. B. workshop)

TO REGISTER CONTACT chimeralab@aol.com
Halloween weekend is a fabulous time to be in Provincetown and it is highly recommended to book a room ASAP!

CHIMERAlab Dance Theatre comes to Provincetown for this special first time Butoh Dance Workshop. How can we dance a poem while finding the deepest meaning to the self? We move from metaphors, dancing the imagery of life and emptiness, nature and atmosphere while becoming something new, sometimes unknown even to the self. To dance Butoh is to strip away our " habitual performative" selves" to find another, deeper being. Butoh is a performing art which started as a rebellious dance form in the 1960s in Japan. Dancer Tatsumi Hijikata was the leading figure in this movement, which he called Ankoku Butoh or the dance of utter darkness. Darkness is a primal place; unknown and open to change. It is also a place of reshaping. Nothing is ever as we think it is. We may move from water flowing though your system to lightening coursing through your veins; a fish in your stomach to clouds underfoot. This dance is a dynamic interplay between tension and release; a creative conflict from which we begin our dance. We will begin in the studio then move out into nature and finally to perform in the street.

Placing the performative body in various environments creates a deep sense of self in relationship to space, texture, timing, internal body, external body, each other and an energetic sensitivity to location. Wind, sound, smell, the ground underfoot etc. are all incorporated in the dance.

"...Butoh attempts to affirm the dance which lies within the body--the body is, in itself, contemplated as a small universe..."
-Goda Nario, "On Ankoku Butoh"

Jennifer Hicks, director of CHIMERAlab Dance Theatre, has been teaching movement, lecturing, creating original theatre for over 25 years. She received her MFA from Naropa University in Contemporary Performance, where she studied Viewpoints and Suzuki, Roy Hart Vocal work and BMC®. Her BFA is from Tufts University as a Theater Design Major and Degree in Fine Arts from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, in Boston and where she was also a winner of the prestigious Traveling Scholars Award. She is a certified Yoga Instructor with the National Yoga Alliance, Shintaido Instructor and TranceDance Facilitator. She has been studying Butoh since the early 1990's and is a regular dancer with Katsura Kans International Dance Company. Ms. Hicks is also director of CHIMERAlab Dance Theatre and a member of Mobius Artist Collective in Boston. For more information and full bio www.jenniferhicks.org



22. Bruce Yonemoto, FF Alumn, at Alexander Gray Associates, Manhattan, opening October 27

Bruce Yonemoto
October 27 – December 11, 2010
Opening Reception for the Artist: Wednesday, October 27, 2010, 6:00–8:00 PM

Video, Before I Close My Eyes (2010)

Alexander Gray Associates is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Los Angeles-based artist Bruce Yonemoto (b. 1949, San Jose, CA). On view are a recent video projection and a series of photographs, included in Yonemoto’s 2010 solo exhibition? at the St. Louis Art Museum.

The video Before I Close My Eyes (2010) appropriates and re-casts a pivotal scene from Ingmar Bergman’s 1966 film Persona, reconfiguring its social and political framework. In Yonemoto’s scene, the female protagonist is replaced by Asian men, who watch television footage from a 1963 broadcast of a Buddhist monk practicing self-immolation. The scene loops, moving image within moving image, eliciting a mute response from the layers of viewers, as the highly charged image of political protest loses its power through mediated repetition.

Yonemoto’s use of appropriation continues in the photographic series Beyond South: Vietnam (Caravaggio) (2010). Here the artist recreates masterpieces by the16th century Baroque painter, Michelangelo Caravaggio. Each photograph re-imagines an original Caravaggio portrait setting with the original figures replaced by similarly posed Asian models. Further complicating the Western gaze and ideals of patronage and politics, Yonemoto’s sitters are clothed in South and North Vietnamese military uniforms, themselves reproductions sold to contemporary tourists in Vietnam. Through Hollywood devices of costume and set, the photographs muddy readings of subject and gaze, Western art history and late 20th Century politics, religion and representation, imperialism and tourism.

Also on view is a video sculpture, Exotica: Hashi de Mato Grosso (1994). In 1994 the artist received a Lila Wallace Reader’s Digest Fellowship to live and work in Brazil to investigate coexisting Brazilian and Japanese customs and culture. One of the resulting artworks from that research, Exotica reclaims explorer Lt. Candido Rondon’s mid-1950s film of a tribe from the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso; this footage is projected onto a screen made of chopsticks manufactured in the 1990s from wood from the Brazilian rainforest. Yonemoto’s unlikely juxtaposition of Margaret Mead-era, anthropological footage with a contemporary consumer product conflates ideas of cultural import and export, globalization and migration.

Yonemoto's work has been exhibited internationally, including individual exhibitions at the St. Louis Art Museum, MO (2010); Santa Barbara Contemporary Art Forum, CA (2008); the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO (2001); the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA (2001); the Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH (1995); and the Santa Monica Museum of Art, CA (1993). His work has been included in numerous biennials, including the Gwangju Biennale (2008), Corcoran Biennial (2002); Fukui International Video Biennale (1993); and the Whitney Biennial (1993, 1987). In 1999, the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles presented a retrospective exhibition of Bruce and Norman Yonemoto’s collaborative work spanning three decades. Other exhibitions include California Video: Artists and Histories at the Getty Center, Los Angeles (2008); Los Angeles 1955–1986, Pompidou Center, Paris (2007); Exile of the Imaginary, Generali Foundation, Vienna, Austria (2007) and In Other Words, and the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY (2006). Bruce Yonemoto is a Professor of Studio Art at the University of California, Irvine.



23. Nina Yankowitz, Barry Holden, FF Alumns, in Leonardo Magazine, Vol. 43

M.I.T. Press, Leonardo Magazine Vol. 43,Issue No. 5, 2010
Article: Crossings/An Interactive Installation Author Nina Yankowitz

Our global collaborative of artists and media scientists, brought together by the eMobilArt initiative, created Crossings/An Interactive Installation, that allows people to PLAY A GAME exploring relative perspectives of sacred texts. The project was motivated by our team’s belief that most world’s conflicts are fueled by religious intolerance and misunderstanding. This was not a religious quest, but rather an artwork motivated to help people understand that cultures and philosophies are not very different. It premiered at the State Museum of Contemporary Art in 2009, with other eMobilart art/science collaborative teams participating in the Thessaloniki Biennial in Greece. The article for Leonardo, M.I.T. press, discusses the team's process and the various technologies we explored/developed, and abandoned, while searching for the most flexible technology and installation scheme that could work within a myriad of installation space limitations. Briefly, the installation was realized with a projection of an abstracted Multi-faith Cathedral rotating slowly on a wall as people enter a virtual religious space. Visitors walk on a mosaic floor projection, hearing scriptures read in various languages over a sound track of electronically stretched voices sounding as musical instruments. A database of keyword frequency tagged texts is incorporated within our custom designed software. Participants are invited to prioritize dimensions of scripture content and instructed to select words (topics) to explore with an infrared wand. They slide words along lines on a whiteboard wall, leaving each along six horizontal lines at location(s), assigning more or less weight to selected topics. For example, extreme left (0%) to extreme right (100%). As words slide, Mauri Kaipainen’s multi-perspective search engine displays, in real-time, relative importance that scriptures reflect on the adjacent wall. Texts are changing, resulting various perspectives from searching (top to bottom) the relative placement of words. For example, every change to the positioning of words reflects a new order of perspectives--Each new order of texts displays the relative importance scriptures reveal from the composite of corresponding words and their relational placements. Participants can save their selections and after exiting, retrieve them from a website to learn from which religions their color-coded texts originated.

Crossings Team
Nina Yankowitz, USA, Artist, concept & Installation design, audio track, nyankowitz@mail.com, nyartprojects.com

Mauri Kaipainen, Finland, Interactive multi-perspective spatial search engine, frequency data algorithm design
mauri.kaipainen@gmail.com, mauri.kaipainen@sh.se

Peter Koger – Austria – Software interface designer, koger@tinrabbit.net, p.koger@gmail.com

Barry Holden – USA – Project Coordinator holden.barry@gmail.com



24. Susan Bee, Ken Butler, Jordan Crandall, Joyce Cutler-Shaw, Daniel Georges, Frank Gillette, Ichi Ikeda, Scott McCarney, Vernita N'Cognita, Babs Reingold, Miriam Schaer, Susan Share, Robbin Silverberg, Harley Spiller, Rumi Tsuda, and Juana Valdes, FF Alumns, at Alma, Manhattan, opening Nov. 3

"Your Documents Please"
Traveling Exhibition Comes to Chelsea

Nov. 3 - Nov. 21, 2010
Hours: Wed. - Sun. 12 to 6pm

Wednesday Nov. 3, 6 to 9 pm

Alma in Manhattan* - hosted by Fine Light Inc. **
601 West 26th St. 8th Floor
(between 11th Ave and West Side Hwy)

The exhibition, "Your Documents Please," reflects issues of identity and its documentation.
The curators asked participants to make an artwork about the size of a passport or smaller that functions visually or conceptually as if it were an identification document. "Documents" by more than 270 artists living in 26 countries are included. As the show has traveled, new documents by local artists have been added.

The exhibition opened at the Museum of Arts and Crafts– Itami, Japan, in April 2008 and has travelled to alternative spaces including ZAIM artspace–Yokohama, 2B Gallery–Budapest, Galerie Kurt im Hirsch–Berlin, Z Gallery–Bratislava, and Galería Ajolote Arte Contemporáneo–Guadalajara. It will be in New York City November 3 - 21, 2010.

In keeping with the focus on documents, a letter size paper certificate with head photo of the artist, name, place of residence, country of origin as well as a photo of one of their previous art pieces and explanatory notes about the document they have made for the show is presented in a vinyl sleeve with each artwork in place of a conventional label.

The lives of people around the world are shaped by the legitimacy or illegitimacy of their status in the groups and institutions with whom they interact. As globalization proceeds and local bonds are eroded, identification documentation such as passports, credit cards, drivers' licenses and calling cards has become the physical medium in which the political, commercial, cultural and ultimately the spiritual disposition of the individual are negotiated. As new forms and criteria of identification are produced even the nature of identity is changed.

A Complete on-line catalog and further information may be found at http://yourdocumentsplease.com .

Organized by Daniel Georges and Rumi Tsuda with
Alma on Dobbin, an international arts exchange organization based in Brooklyn, NY

Special thanks to Stanley Piesh, Bill Fleischer, Andras Borocz and Robbin Silverberg.

The exhibition in NYC is made possible by

Fine Light Inc. Advertising
Prime Manhattan Realty
Bernard Fleischer & Sons, Inc. Insurance

Contact: Daniel Georges
tel./fax 718 388-0525

Exhibition Participants with country of residence and (country of origin):

Abha Dawesar USA (IND)
Aiko Kitagawa JPN
Aimee Lee USA
Aine Scannell GBR (IRL)
Akane Kirimura FRA (JPN)
Akos Wechter HUN
Alec Finlay GBR
Alessandro Mejia Lopez MEX
Alexandra Moses USA
Alissa Kaplan USA
Amanda Trager USA
Amarie Hill USA
Andra Georges USA
András Böröcz USA (HUN)
Anna Cooke MEX (USA)
Anne Holliday NZL (ZAF)
Annette Minchin AUS
Annette Munk DEU
Arezoo Moseni USA (IRN)
Arimichi Iwasawa JPN
Audrey Daniel USA
Augusto Metztli ESP
Babs Reingold USA (VEN)
Barbara Hashimoto USA
Barbara Schauwecker USA (KOR)
Beata Wehr USA (POL)
Beatrix Piesh USA (SVK)
Betsy Davids USA
Carl Pope USA
Carl Fairweather NZL
Carole Naggar USA (EGY)
Catya Plate USA (ESP/DEU)
CeCe Cole USA
Cham Giobbi USA
Charles Hobson USA
Che Song Gyu JPN (KOR)
Christine Ponelle USA (FRA)
Clara Pechansky BRA
Cordula Kagemann DEU
Corrine Bayraktaroglu USA (GBR)
Dale Copeland NZL
Daniel Georges USA
Daria Dorosh USA
David Brody USA
David Opdyke USA
David Lantow USA
David Poppie USA
David Ambrose USA
Deborah Masters USA
Debra Jenks USA
Debra Bretton Robinson USA
Dede van der Roove POL
Denise Deleray USA
Dennis Summers USA
Diana Martin Segura MEX
Diane Sophrin USA (HUN)
Dina Bursztyn USA (AGR)
Don Porcaro USA
Donna Maria de Creeft USA
Dorothea Fleiss DEU (ROM)
Edna Cantoral Acosta MEX
Eileen Foti USA
Eleonora Lecei USA (YUG)
Elise Engler USA
Elizabeth Zois USA
Elizabeth Ross MEX
Emily Harris USA
Enny Huylebroeck BEL
Enrique Castrejon USA (MEX)
Enzo Salanitro ITA
Eric Doeringer USA
Esperanza Cortes USA (COL)
Etta Säfve NDL (SWE)
Eungho Park USA (KOR)
Fernando Quirarte MEX
Ford Crull USA
Frank Gillette USA
Friederun Friederichs DEU
Gabor Andor Tooth HUN
Gelah Penn USA
George Alamidis AUS (GRC)
Georgia Grigoriadou GRC
Gerhild Ebel DEU
Gianluca Bianchino USA
Giovanni Bonanno ITA
Goso Tominaga JPN
Greg Neville AUS
Gregg Nowell AUS
Grimanesa Amoros USA (PER)
György Szegö HUN
Gyula Majoros HUN
Hae jin Yoon USA (KOR)
Hanna von Goeler USA (DEU)
Hanne Matthiesen DNK
Harley Spiller USA
Heather Hart USA
Helen Malone AUS
Helen Schamroth NZ (POL)
Helen Murphy USA
Hiro Sakaguchi USA (JPN)
Hisami Suzuki JPN
Hormone Sekine JPN
Ian Laughlin USA (NZL)
Ichi Ikeda JPN
Ignacio Guerrero MEX
Ioulia Terizis AUS
Ivan Puig MEX
Ivica Krošláková SVK
Jake Klotz USA
Janet Jones USA
Jaromir Svozilik NOR (CZK)
Jason Irwin USA
Jennifer Pepper USA (CAN)
Jesse Walker USA
Jesus Manuel Montero ESP
Jo Cook CAN (USA)
Joan Mellon USA
Joan Ryan USA
Joan Schulze USA
Joan Snitzer USA
Johannes Gérard NDL (DEU)
John Roach USA
John Mark Sager USA
Jonathon Johnson USA
Jordan Crandall USA
Jordana Maisie AUS
Jorge Meijide ARG
José Ignacio Osuna Nevarez MEX
Jose Ruiz USA (PER)
Joyce Cutler-Shaw USA
Jozef Jankovič SVK
Juana Valdes USA (CUB)
Jude Tallichet USA
Judith Page USA
Judy Gittelsohn USA
Julia Wigent USA
Juraj Meliš SVK
Juszuf Istvan Antal HUN
Karen Atkinson USA
Karen Balos USA
Karen King USA
Kate Wall USA
Katsura Okada USA (JPN)
Kayo Miyaji JPN
Kayo Nakamura USA
Kazuko Miyamoto USA (JPN)
Kazuya Taoka JPN
Keiko Kubota-Miura USA (JPN)
Keith Smith USA
Keith A Buchholz USA
Ken Butler USA
Ketta Ioannidou USA (CYP)
Kiyotaka Kumano JPN
Kurt Stoeckel USA
L.M.Noonan AUS
Laurel Shute USA
Lauren Simkin Berke USA
Laurinda Stockwell USA
Leigh Craven USA
Lester Pidgeon USA
Lex Loeb USA
Lili Rusu ROM
Lis Rejnert Jensen DNK
Lisa Cooperman USA
Lise Menu Noack FRA
Lorraine Pemberton NZL
Louise McCagg USA
Luisa Sartori USA (ITA)
Madam X USA
Maddy Rosenberg USA
Maki Takemoto JPN
Marcin Ramocki USA (POL)
Mari Oshima USA
Marian Macken AUS
Marie Sivak USA
Marina Salmaso DNK (ITA)
Markus Shimizu DEU (JPN)
Marta Rial Vázquez ESP
Mary Ellen Long USA
Masaki Tamura JPN
Mathew Rogers USA
Matt Freedman USA
Meghan Keane USA
Melanie Rochat USA
Melody Winnig USA
Michael Pribich USA
Michelle Loughlin USA
Mike Mollett USA
Miki Hayashi JPN
Mille Kalsmose DNK
Mimi Shapiro USA
Miriam Schaer USA
Mirta Kupferminc ARG
Mitsuo Hayashi JPN
Mitsuo Toshida JPN
Myoung Soo (IVARY) Kim KOR
Nancy Guerrero GBR (CHI)
Nancy Morrow USA
Nancy Lehet AUS (USA)
Nancy Storrow USA
Nancy Azara USA
Nancy Kay Turner USA
Naomi Campbell USA (CAN)
Natalie Moore USA
Natasha Shapiro USA
Neddi Heller USA
Niku Kashef USA
Nina Czegledy CAN (HUN)
Nina Waisman USA
Nora Gergely HUN
Noredin Morgan USA
Noriaki Imai JPN
Norma Markley USA
Norma Pardo MEX
Norman Moore USA
Olivia González Terrazas MEX
Ottfried Zielke DEU
Patricia García Pérez MEX
Patrick Killoran USA
Paul Baumann USA
Petala Eftihia GRC
Rena Masuyama JPN
Robbin Silverberg USA
Robert Tucker USA
Robyn Challis NZL
Rocío Gonzalez Lomeli MEX
Roger Sayre USA
Roland Halbritter DEU
Rumi Tsuda USA (JPN)
Russel Hulsey USA
Sam Erenberg USA
Sarah Barker USA
Sarah Wentworth USA
Sarah Julig USA
Sarantis Gagas GRC
Sasha Chavchavadze USA
Scott McCarney USA
Scott Randall USA
Scrapworm Wrenn USA
Sebastiaan Bremer USA (NDL)
Senol Sak TUR
Sheila Ross USA (GBR)
Simone Gad USA
Sivanon Nax Chaichorfa JPN(THA)
Skowmon Hastanan USA (THA)
Stephen Lack USA
Steve Cox USA
Sue jin Jo USA (KOR)
Susan Bee USA
Susan Breitsch USA
Susan Newmark USA
Susan Share USA
Susumu Sakaguchi USA (JPN)
Suzanne Anker USA
Tadashi Hashimoto USA (JPN)
Taisuke Morishita JPN
Tammy Wofsey USA
Taryn Wells USA
Tasuku Matsushima JPN
Tatsuo Osawa JPN
Thomas Simpfendoerfer USA(DEU)
Tommy Flynn USA
Tomomi Sano JPN
Truman Capone USA
Undine Brod USA
Ursula Clark USA
Vaiva Kovieraite LTU
Vernita N'Cognita USA
Verónica Jiménez Sánchez MEX
Victoria Alexander CAN
Wesley Mulvin CAN
Yoko Arisaka JPN
Yoshiko Tsukano JPN
Youme Landowne USA
Yuka Mae JPN
Zoltán Hermann HUN
Zona Sage USA (CAN)



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