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1. LoVid, FF Alumn, at Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, opening Nov. 23

Roots No Shoots
Smack Mellon 92 Plymouth Street Brooklyn, NY http://smackmellon.org/index.php/exhibitions/upcoming/
Exhibition dates:
November 23 - January 5, 2014

Artists' Reception:
Saturday, November 23, 5-8pm

LoVid, the collaborative team of Tali Hinkis and Kyle Lapidus, manipulates raw electrical signals to explore the many ways in which the human body and mind observe and process both natural and technological environments.
Their newest piece installed in the back gallery utilizes various types of monitors from different technological eras to play recordings they created in true DIY fashion--with LoVid's handmade synthesizer instruments in combination with unique tools from Experimental TV Center. Their prismatic-patterned low-fi imagery glistens and illuminates a colorful and complex array of cables within an otherwise pitch-black room.




2. Silvia Ziranek, FF Alumn, publishes new book

Wall Works: Selected Writings and Performances by Silvia Ziranek has just been published.

Ebook available in .epub format only
KT press, 2013
Available in 2 versions

This new electronic book is a selection of writings and performances by visual artist, Silvia Ziranek, produced 1976-2011, including ICI VILLA MOI (1990) and NOT UNDIRTY (2011).

This ebook features 5 video clips of Ziranek in live performances in the UK at conferences and exhibition openings, with the full script of the performance and photographic documentation. The book is introduced by the artist in which she provides a background to each of the 10 separate works featured which circle around the theme of architecture.

60 MB version - with embedded video - designed for iPad
exclusively from KT press website
ISBN: 13 digit 978-0-9536541-6-1
ISBN: 10 digit 0-9536541-6-8
100 pages, 50 illustrations, contains 5 videos and 1 audio file of Ziranek's performances

5 MB version - with external links to video/audio
sold from KT press website/Amazon Kindle and other distributors and ebookstores
ISBN: 13 digit 978-0-9536541-7-8
ISBN: 10 digit 0-9536541-7-6

Both Ebooks are available at £4.50 each

These ebooks are a hybrid form: part-extended essay and part-artist's catalogue.
They are digital only .epubs: they are not available as print material, nor are they PDFs.
This is a new experiment in visual arts publishing, which has clung to print as its dominant media!
They make use of some of the many features of interactivity available within digital ebook publishing: clickable external links; electronic hyperlinks to footnotes; use of video; rich illustrations.

Wall Works: Selected Writings and Performances is part of KT Press's series of ebooks on the work of contemporary women artists. Other works included in the series

Rina Arya Chila Kumari - Burman: shakti, sexuality and bindi girls
Fran Cottell - House: from Display to BACK to FRONT
Patricia Karetzky - Femininity in Asian Women Artists' Work from China, Korea and USA: If the Shoe Fits.
Michèle Cohen Hadria Three Tunisian Women Artists: Nicène Kossentini, Mouna Karray, Moufida Fedhila. (also available in French).

Ziranek's eBook is available in either 60MB version with embedded video for iPad or a 5MB version.

The 60MB version is available from the KT Press website only. This version, with embedded video, is made specifically for iPad reading. It can also be read in some epub readers, like Mozilla Firefox.

The lighter, smaller 5MB version has external links to video clips, read online. This version is available from KT press website, Amazon Kindle, Nook and is also distributed through Ingrams. The second version requires the computer or device on which you are reading to have a wi-fi internet connection and a media reader installed to view.

KT press, based in London, publishes books about contemporary women artists (visual arts, post-1970) and feminist theory.

KT press also publish n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal - the only international feminist art journal in the world!

The series editor is Katy Deepwell, founder and editor of n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal and KT press.
These ebooks are supported by a grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts in New York.

About epubs and how to read them: Epubs are not PDFs and they require an .epub reader (programme or device).
KT Press's new series of books (2012-2013) are ebooks only available as .epubs.
You do not need a separate device to read an epub, they can be downloaded to a PC or MAC computer/ laptop and then read through an .epub reader or through a plug in such as Mozilla Firefox which allows epubs to be read in your web browser without the need for additional software. There are many Epub readers available to install and download for free to enable reading eBooks on a computer: Mozilla Firefox's plug-in epub reader, Nook for PC, Sony reader, Adobe Digital Editions, Kindle for MAC or PC (the latter requires conversion of .epub to .mobi in Kindle Fire), On MAC, try Calibre.

KT Press's ebooks can be downloaded from http://www.ktpress.co.uk/ebooks.asp or from the Amazon Kindle Store and can be read on iPads, iPhones and other devices including Amazon's Kindle, Sony Reader and Nook.

We hope you will be interested in purchasing this ebook,

Katy Deepwell

KT press
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Order online at www.ktpress.co.uk
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3. Amapola Prada, FF Alumn, at Judson Memorial Church, Manhattan, Nov. 18

Movement Research at the Judson Church, November 18 2013

Featuring works by:
Germaul Barnes, iele paloumpis, Amapola Prada, Daniela Tenhamm-Tejos

Monday November 18 2013 at 8pm
doors open at 7:45pm

Location: Judson Memorial Church
55 Washington Square South

seating is limited, so arrive early.

About Movement Research at Judson Church:
Movement Research presents a high visibility, low-tech forum on Monday nights throughout the fall/winter and spring seasons. Movement Research at the Judson Church supports experiments in performance rather than finished products. Artists are selected by a rotating committee of peer artists.



4. Bryan Zanisnik, FF Alumn, at Queens Museum, Flushing, NY, thru January 14, 2014

Dear Friends,
I have three photographs in the Queens International at the Queens Museum of Art. I hope you can join me at the opening and see the amazing renovations of the museum.

All the Best,
Bryan Zanisnik

Queens International 2013
November 9 - January 14, 2014
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 9, 6 - 9pm

Queens Museum of Art
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
Queens, NY 11368

With the sixth iteration of the Queens International, the Queens Museum's signature biennial evolves into yet another phase. Taiwan-based Meiya Cheng, the first non-New York-based curator to participate, joins the Museum's Hitomi Iwasaki on an exhibition emphasizing site-specificity as a collaborative practice between the curators and artists and their surroundings. As one of the inaugural exhibitions in the Museum's expanded space, Queens International 2013 echoes the institution's own hyperawareness of its new environs.

Nobutaka Aozaki; Art & The Commons: (David Andersson and Antonio Serna); Kevin Beasley; Jane Benson; Lynley Bernstein; Alberto Borea; Chang Chien-Chi; Michelle Marie Charles; Chen Chieh-jen; Chou Yu-Cheng; Deville Cohen; Bulgarian Collaborative: Joro Boro, Milena Deleva, Daniela Kostova/Mario Mohan, Vlada Tomova, Tushevs Aerials (Georgi and Nina Tushev), Meglena Zapreva; Jeff Feld; Flux Factory (Douglas Paulson and Christina Vassallo); Richard Garet; Wojciech Gilewicz; Joseph Heathcott; Hsu Chia-Wei; Zeynab Izadyar; Anna K.E.; Theatre 167/ Ari Laura Kreith; Siobhan Landry; Cheon Pyo Lee; Liu Ho-Jang; Luo Jr-shin; Alex White Mazzarella; Florian Meisenberg; Ander Mikalson; Nitin Mukul; Arthur Ou; Queens World Film Festival (Don and Katha Cato); Aida Šehović; Matthew Volz (and Juan Wauters with Carmelle Safdie); Fujui Wang; Kristof Wickman; Jun Yang; Yu Cheng-Ta; and Bryan Zanisnik.



5. Julie Tolentino, FF Alumn, at The New Museum, Manhattan, thru Nov. 24 and more

Julie Tolentino will be an artist-in-residence at the New Museum from November 7-24, 2013, with open studio / rehearsal dates November 11-15 and 18-22.
Related Events:

November 16

Artists' Talk
Programmed in conjunction with "Performance Archiving Performance," a presentation of works that engage archive as medium, on view in the Fifth Floor Resource Center from November 6, 2013-January 12, 2014.
The discussion surveys different artists' approaches to the concerns of archiving performance and how those concerns might be taken up and addressed by museums and institutional archives. The artists included in "Performance Archiving Performance" discuss the development of and future goals for their individual archiving projects with the curator. Participants include Yanira Castro, Kathy Couch, Jennifer Monson, Julie Tolentino, Sara Wookey, and Travis Chamberlain, Associate Curator of Performance.

November 23

'The Sky Remains the Same' Panel, 'How Do You Map the Sky?':
Presented in conjunction with Performa 13. Programmed in conjunction with "Performance Archiving Performance," a presentation of works that engage archive as medium, on view in the Fifth Floor Resource Center from November 6, 2013-January 12, 2014.
A discussion with Lia Gangitano, Joshua Lubin-Levy, Sarah Schulman, and Julie Tolentino explores how the elements and processes of "The Sky Remains the Same" have been defined to date and invites Tolentino's future archiving subjects to speculate on how they might like to define the terms for their eventual engagement with the project. The long-term future of the project will also be considered as it relates to the disintegration of bodies as authoring subjects and bodies as impermanent archives, while also placing Tolentino's work in a larger context of archives relating to performance and records of bodies in action. A discussion of the archiving of works by Lovett/Codagnone will be accompanied by a premiere screening of The Sky Remains the Same: The Archive of Lovett/Codagnone's "Closer" (1999-2005) and/or "For You" (2003), a work on video that proposes the camera as a catalyst and intermediary for archiving performance by multiple bodies into/onto the body of one person.

November 23

'The Sky Remains the Same' Archive of Lovett/Codagnone's Weighted:
After two weeks of archival research and open rehearsals, Julie Tolentino performs the archive of Lovett/Codagnone's Weighted. Originally performed at Judson Church in 2010, this work was selected by Lovett/Codagnone specifically to be archived by Tolentino. Weighted utilizes minimal and repetitive movements, deliberately referencing dance and theater avant-gardes, and is accompanied by a soundtrack that includes excerpts from The End of Imagination (1998) by Arundhati Roy. The short duet addresses failure as a "feasible, honorable" possibility, and questions the concept of death as the ultimate failure of life. This iteration of Tolentino's "The Sky Remains the Same" expands the notion of the body of the artist as an archive to include the presence of multiple archiving bodies. Constructed as a duet, Weighted is executed here in its authorized archival form as a four-hour durational repetition of the same score, performed in sequential pairings by John Lovett, Alessandro Codagnone, Julie Tolentino, and Stosh Fila. A talkback with the artists concludes the event.


Artist Info:
Julie Tolentino's career spans over two decades of dance, installation, and site-specific durational performance. Her diverse roles have included host, producer, mentor, and collaborator with artists such as Meg Stuart, Ron Athey, Madonna, Catherine Opie, David Rousseve, Juliana Snapper, Diamanda Galàs, Stosh Fila, Robert Crouch, Elana Mann, Mark So, Gran Fury, and Rodarte. Tolentino is deeply influenced by her extensive experience as a caregiver, an Eastern and aquatic bodyworker, a highly disciplined contemporary dancer, and as proprietress of Clit Club in New York. Her manifold, exploratory duet/solo practice includes installation, dance-for-camera, and durational performance engaging improvisation one-to-one score-making and fluids, including blood, tears, and honey. As an extension of her practice after twenty-five years in New York City, she designed and built a solar-powered live-work residency in the Mohave Desert called FERAL House and Studio, where she explores the remote forms of physical inquiry through landscape and texts. She has received numerous grants and fellowships. She is currently the editor of Provocations in the Drama Review-TDR (MIT Press). Her works have been commissioned by The Kitchen, Participant Inc., Invisible Exports, Performa '05, and in the UK by Spill Festival, Tramway, DanceExchange, and queerupnorth. Recent tours include England, Europe, Myanmar, the Philippines (at Manila Contemporary and Green Papaya Gallery), and Theaterworks in Singapore. She has been presented at Broad Art Space at University California Los Angeles (UCLA), Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), Commonwealth & Council, Honor Fraser, PSI19 at Stanford, Perform Chinatown, and Install Weho. In 2013, she created new performance and objects for the Reanimation Library Project in Joshua Tree, FIRE IN HER BELLY at Maloney Fine Art, LACE Auction 2013, Body/Mind at Cypress Gallery, High Desert Test Sites 2013, and an Aaron Turner collaboration at Night Gallery, Los Angeles. She will be premiering new works at UCLA, NYU Abu Dhabi, and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in 2014. She is currently based in Los Angeles and Joshua Tree.

Lovett/Codagnone is an artist team working together in New York since 1995 using photography, performance, video, sound, and installation. Their work address issues of collective identity and relations of power in social structures focusing on the absorption of underground tactics of resistance. Important theoretical and aesthetic influences in their production are derived from the work of historical radical figures in literature, critical thinking, cinema, theater, and punk music. In 2008, they formed the band CANDIDATE with musician Michele Pauli. CANDIDATE performances have featured among others Jim Fletchers, Gary Indiana, and Kate Valk. Recent solo exhibitions: Francesco Pantaleone Arte Contemporanea, Palermo; Cantieri Culturali alla Zisa, Palermo, 2013; Museo Marino Marini, Florence; LAXART, Los Angeles, 2012; September Galerie, Berlin, 2011; Sculpture Center, New York, 2010; MoMA P.S.1, New York, 2007-08. Recent performances have been presented at MoMA P.S.1, 2012; the ICA Philadelphia; Judson Memorial Church, New York, 2010; and the ICA Boston, 2007. Their work has been shown at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; Cobra Museum, Amstelveen, the Netherlands, 2008; the Ludwig Museum, Cologne, 2005; De Appel, Amsterdam, 2005; Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst, Berlin, 2003; Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2002.



6. Tom Murrin, FF Alumn, now online

Tom Murrin's performance on ParkBench. http://www.cat.nyu.edu/parkbench/parkbench/10_30_96.html



7. Frank Moore, FF Alumn, now online

check out the beautiful page Mikee put together with lots of photos!

November 2, 2013, Temescal Art Center, Oakland




8. Sabrina Jones, F FAlumn, at 15th Street Friends Meeting, Manhattan, Nov. 17, and more

You're invited to celebrate the publication of:
Radical Jesus: A Graphic History of Faith

Sunday, November 17th, 12:30 PM
15th Street Friends Meeting (Quakers)
15 Rutherford Place (at 15th St, Between 2nd & 3rd Aves)
New York, NY 10003

Artists Sabrina Jones and Nick Thorkelson will show slides and discus our comics on social justice according to the gospels, radical religious reformers in history (including some Quakers), and modern Christian activism.
We will share the creative, political, and religious paths that converged in this inspiring new book from Herald Press.

Books will be available.

And if you miss that...

November 24, 2:30 PM
Queens Historical Society at Kingsland Homestead
143-35 37th Avenue, Flushing, New York 11354

Quaker cartoonist Sabrina Jones will show slides and discuss her books
Radical Jesus, Race to Incarcerate, and other graphic works on social conscience.
In conjunction with the exhibit Practicing Equality: Quakers in Queens.

Stay tuned for details on this one:

Sunday, December 1st, 1 PM
Judson Memorial Church
Thompson St and Washington Square South

Visit www.sabrinaland.com to learn about Radical Jesus and more.

Peace, love & justice,

Visit www.sabrinaland.com to learn about Radical Jesus and more.



9. Louise Bourgeois, FF Alumn, at Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland, thru February 23, 2014

Louise Bourgeois
I Give Everything Away
26 October 2013-23 February 2014

The Fruitmarket Gallery
45 Market Street
Edinburgh, EH1 1DF

Curated by Frances Morris

Louise Bourgeois is one of the greatest and most influential artists of our time. In a career spanning seven decades, from the 1940s until her death in 2010, she produced some of contemporary art's most enduring images, making sculptures, installations, writings and drawings which, in mining her own psyche, have entered the collective unconscious.

Bourgeois's work is personal yet universal, rooted in the details of her own life, but reaching out to touch the lives of others. This exhibition of work on paper presents some of her most intimate work, both drawing and writing.

The exhibition begins with a labyrinthine presentation of Bourgeois's Insomnia Drawings, a remarkable suite of 220 drawings and writings made between November 1994 and June 1995. Created in the suspended state between sleeping and waking, The Insomnia Drawings contain all the major themes of Bourgeois's work and reveal the close link between drawing and writing that is such a key part of her practice. Also in the exhibition are two suites of large-scale works on paper, When Did This Happen? from 2007, and I Give Everything Away, made right at the end of the artist's life in 2010. A mix of writing, drawing and printmaking, these large works are both haunted and haunting.

This exhibition complements a major ARTIST ROOMS exhibition of work by Louise Bourgeois on display at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art-Louise Bourgeois, A Woman Without Secrets, Modern One, 26 October 2013 to 18 May 2014.

New publication
Has the day invaded the night or the night invaded the day?
Insomnia in the work of Louise Bourgeois
Published by The Fruitmarket Gallery to accompany the exhibition, this book focuses on the themes and ideas in the exhibition. The book is illustrated with a selection of Bourgeois's Insomnia Drawings and of her writings, and also includes new texts by Frances Morris and Philip Larratt-Smith. Buy here.

Talks and events

Wee Small Hours
Friday 29 November, 10pm
Stay up all night in Louise Bourgeois: I Give Everything Away. With Book Week Scotland, we embrace insomnia starting with a welcome drink and readings before lullabies lead us into the long watch of the night with live drawing, writing, screenings, refreshments and comfy rest areas. We close with an early morning reading, coffee and croissants. Contributions from Kate Davis, David Hopkins, Vahni Capildeo, JL Williams and others still to be confirmed.

Curator's talk
Wednesday 15 January 2014, 6:30pm
Exhibition curator Frances Morris (Tate) considers the work in the exhibition in light of the artist's larger practice in conversation with Fiona Bradley, Director of The Fruitmarket Gallery.

Future Bourgeois: panel discussion
Friday 7 February 2014, 6pm
The artist Phyllida Barlow, the writer Elisabeth Lebovici (EHESS, Paris) and Professor Mignon Nixon (Courtauld, London) consider the current state of research on Louise Bourgeois in this panel discussion. The event brings to a close a collaborative one-day student symposium organised by the ARTIST ROOMS RESEARCH PARTNERSHIP, The Fruitmarket Gallery and National Galleries of Scotland (and held at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Modern One) that showcases new research on the artist.

To book for these events call the bookshop on +44 (0)131 226 8181 or email bookshop@fruitmarket.co.uk.



10. Alina and Jeff Bliumis, FF Alumns, at Galerie Anne de Villepoix, Paris, France, opening Nov. 16

Dear friends and colleagues

If you are in Paris on Saturday, November 16, please join us for the opening of our solo show "Which country is the best to move to?" at Anne de Villepoix Gallery.

Alina and Jeff Bliumis
Which country is the best to move to?
Opening reception: Saturday, November 16, 6 -9 PM November 16 - December 21, 2013 Galerie Anne de Villepoix 43, rue de Montmorency
75003 Paris

Alina and Jeff Bliumis



11. Katya Grokhovsky, FF Alumn, at APT Institute, Brooklyn, Nov. 16-17

Dear Friends and Colleagues
You are cordially invited to attend OPEN Studios @ APT Institute in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, where I am currently an artist in residence.
34 34th st 4th floor
Brooklyn NY

Saturday November 16th 5-8pm
Sunday November 17th 12-6pm\

Very Best,
Katya Grokhovsky



12. Miao Jiaxin, FF Alumn, at Through the Door, Manhattan, Nov. 17



Lyfe Silva and Mason Horton during a portrait session with Sonia Louise Davis, November 17, 2012.

Inspired by the life of a former beauty salon in Chinatown, this site-specific exhibition offers a notably different form of interaction from the typical stylist-customer relationship. The artists' transformation of the site into a place for participatory engagement invites visitors to reflect on the evolving neighborhood and explore the myriad relationships between the individual and the public. Read more

Featuring Sonia Louise Davis, Heather Hart, Lin + Lam, Amos Mac, Miao Jiaxin, Jaye Moon, Megan Mosholder, Shelly Silver, and Betty Yu. Curated by NLE Lab Fall 2013 participants: Shlomit Dror, Anna Harsanyi, William Helfrecht, Alexis Heller, Hyejung Jang, and Hanlu Zhang. For biographies of the six curators as well as information about the program, please visit NLE Lab.

24 Rutgers St (btw Henry & Madison)
Nov 8 - Dec 14, 2013
Wed - Sun, 1 - 7pm

PHOTO SESSION with Sonia Louise Davis

Nov 24, Dec 7, and Dec 8, 2 - 6pm

Come for a free family portrait session with the artist, Sonia Louise Davis. Bring family members and an object from home. Participants will receive a complementary enlargement print.

ARTIST TALK with Sonia Louise Davis, Heather Hart, and Betty Yu

Wed, Dec 11, 7pm

Artists from Through the Parlor will discuss their participatory projects and how they have unfolded over the course of the exhibition.

Additional programs to be announced.

The space is available for long-term tenants. For property inquiries, please contact tbbs.llc@gmail.com.

The NLE Curatorial Lab Fall 2013 has been administered under the guidance of Sara Reisman, Director of New York City's Percent for Art program, Manon Slome, Chief Curator at No Longer Empty, and Sarah Corona, Independent Curator. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. Special thanks to Jarrod Beck, Eva Diaz, Stephen Jones, Sarah Lookowsky, Mary Mattingly, and Edwin Ramoran.



Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times
For the first time in 12 years, New Yorkers have a new mayor.
So we're getting together and we're Talking Transition.

BEYOND ACCESS: (Re)Creating a Cultural Capital for All New Yorkers

Canal St & 6th Ave at Duarte Square

Mon, Nov 18, 3.30pm

Panelists: Manon Slome, President of No Longer Empty, and artists Jose Parla, Paul Ramirez Jonas, and artist/co-organizer of BFAMFAPHD.com Caroline Woolard. Moderated by Deborah Fisher, Executive Director of A Blade of Grass.

New York City has rich history of providing culture to all its citizens and a renown reputation as a cultural capital. But at this critical mayoral transition, the art world is a particularly vivid example of de Blasio's "tale of two cities." Who has access to the art world? Can NYC be a cultural capital when artists cannot afford to live and work in the city? Who pays for art when it's free? What are the best models for providing art and culture to all New Yorkers? Join us for a lively dialogue around the role that arts and culture play in a democratic society.

Children are welcome at the event. The Children's Museum of the Arts will host an information table to share ways of engaging youth in the arts.

@TalkNYC2013 @Nolongerempty



13. Michelle Stuart, FF Alumn, at Various Small Fires, Los Angeles, CA, thru Dec. 7

Gallery: Various Small Fires. Venice Beach, LosAngeles CA.


November 2nd - December 7th

Various Small Fires presents LIFE: ON THE MOON, a group exhibition tracing the immediate influence and lasting significance of the epochal July 20, 1969 moon landing on the early development of Land Art, represented by Robert Smithson and Michelle Stuart, in dialogue with recent works by Christopher Badger, Trevor Paglen, Katie Paterson, and Tavares Strachan.

In August 1969, LIFE Magazine published dozens of full-page stills from films of the moon's surface shot by Neil Armstrong in an issue titled "LIFE: On The Moon." The colonization and documentation of the moon's previously mysterious lunar landscape revealed it to be a desolate "non-site", while also forever shifting perception of fundamental landscape concepts such as scale, distance, accessibility, and jurisdiction.

Concurrently with the military-industrial "space race" leading up to the moon landing, American artists began to experiment outside of traditional studio practice, intervening at a terrestrial scale to initiate the Land Art movement. Michelle Stuart, an early member of this movement, produced a series of haunting mixed media meditations on paper in 1969 including Magnetic Forces, exhibited here for the first time, that subtly critique the techno-scientific mandate to strip the moon of its mystery. Fellow Land Art progenitor Robert Smithson's rarely noted lunar influence is illustrated by his 1972 Lake Edge Crescent proposal to transform a depleted Midwestern strip mine "non-site" into a crescent-marked earthwork resembling the moon's barren surface.




14. Mika Yokobori, FF ALumn, at Associated Gallery, Brooklyn, opening Nov. 16


Sorry for the mass email and that it's such short notice, but just wanted to let you know that my drawing is in a group show at Associated Gallery in Bushwick. Opening is this Saturday, 7-10pm. Since I am going with my little one, I will be there on the earlier side. Hope you can come. I'd love to catch up with you!
Getting cold out there. Stay warm and enjoy the upcoming holidays:)

Associated Gallery
566 Johnson Ave, Brooklyn, NY. 11237 (buzzer #27)
Opening: Saturday, Nov. 16. 7-10pm
Gallery hrs: Sat and Sun 1-6pm
Map: http://goo.gl/ABJ5MH


Mika Yokobori



15. LuLu LoLo, FF ALumn, at New York University, Manhattan, Dec. 6

LuLu LoLo in Uncloaking Poe: An Evening Tribute
December 6, 2013 6pm
Chris Harcum and LuLu LoLo (original cast members) will be reading an excerpt from Dan Evans' play "Quoth the Raven"
NYU's School of Law, 245 Sullivan Street (between West 3rd and Washington Square South), Furman Hall, Room 216
Reception afterward in the Poe Room
RSVP: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1xYQibViMW8jdOaIfDR72lD5iRJ1ekv41BQBxbq1F-sE/viewform



16. Pope.L, Zachary Fabri, FF Alumns, at The Drawing Center, Manhattan, Nov. 15, and more

Join us for

CONVERSATION #5: Pope.L & Zachary Fabri

This fall, Performa 13 will host Three Duets, Seven Variations, a series of performances that pairs six intergenerational artists for seven programs as part of Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art. In advance of their Duets performances this weekend, Pope.L (A '96, F '04) and Zachary Fabri (A '13) will meet for the first time, and along with Associate Curator Adrienne Edwards, discuss the linkages between their practices and dealings with shared themes but to different ends-body and movement, social and political issues, the abject, and interventions in urban spaces.

Friday, November 15 // 8:00 PM

The Drawing Center
35 Wooster Street, New York City // map

Three Duets, Seven Variations is organized by Adrienne Edwards, Performa, and Thomas J. Lax, The Studio Museum in Harlem.

November 16 // 10:58 AM: Pope.L, Cage Unrequited
Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural and Educational Center // map

November 17 // 1:00 PM: Zachary Fabri, Shiny Shoes
The Studio Museum in Harlem // map
Free with Museum admission

Radical Presence is curated by Valerie Cassel Oliver, Senior Curator, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, and presented in New York in two parts: Part I at New York University's Grey Art Gallery (September 10-December 7, 2013) and Part II at The Studio Museum in Harlem (November 14, 2013-March 9, 2014).

For more information, visit Performa 13.

Adrienne Edwards is a curator, scholar, and writer of performance with a focus on artists of the African Diaspora and the Global South. She is Associate Curator, Performa; Curator-at-Large, Third Streaming; and Ph.D. Candidate in Performance Studies at New York University. Her research interpolates visual art and experimental dance, critical race theory, feminist theory, and post-structuralist philosophy. Adrienne has written on the work of Iona Rozeal Brown, Lorraine O'Grady, Trajal Harrell, Bill T. Jones, Gregory Maqoma, Tracey Rose, and Mickalene Thomas, and is a contributor to numerous exhibition catalogues, including Clifford Owens: Anthology for MoMA/PS1, Fore for the Studio Museum in Harlem, and Wangechi Mutu for the Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney.

Zachary Fabri (b. 1977, Miami, FL) is half Jamaican and half Hungarian. In 2007, he received his Master of Fine Arts from Hunter College in combined media. His work mines the intersection of personal and political spaces. With a multidisciplinary practice that includes video and performance, his work is often site responsive working within a specific environment or context. Zachary's work has been exhibited at Sequences Real-time Festival, Reykjavik, Iceland; Nordic Biennale: Momentum, Norway; Gallery Open, Berlin; the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Art, New York; The Jersey City Museum; El Museo del Barrio and The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston. Awards include the Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance Art (2011) and the NYFA fellowship (2012). Recent exhibitions include a solo exhibition at Third Streaming and the Fore exhibition at the Studio Museum in Harlem in 2012. He lives in the neighborhood of Crown Heights in Brooklyn.

Pope.L is a visual and performance-theater artist and educator who makes culture out of contraries. He has been making multi-disciplinary works since the 1970s, and has exhibited internationally, including New York, London, Los Angeles, Vienna, Montreal, Berlin, Zurich, and Tokyo. He is a featured artist in the books Intersections edited by Marci Nelligan and Nicole Mauro, and Darby English's How to See a Work of Art In Total Darkness. In 2009 he was commissioned by Hauser & Wirth to create an installation in response to Kaprow's Yard. He participated in the New Museum's 2010-2011 exhibitionThe Last Newspaper with a reenactment of his infamous Eating the Wall Street Journal performance. In 2011, the Museum of Modern Art in New York invited Pope.L to participate in their FluxKit project, and is the recipient of the 2012 Joyce Foundation Award to create Pull, a large scale public project presented at Spaces Gallery, Cleveland, OH. In 2013, he created the performance/film project A Long White Cloud at Te Tuhi, Auckland, New Zealand, and Mitchell-Innes and Nash, NYC, presented his solo exhibition Colored Waiting Room. His work is currently on view at Grey Art Gallery NYU and Studio Museum in Harlem as part of the exhibition Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art.

SkowheganCONVERSATIONS is a discussion series celebrating the significance of the dialogue that takes place outside of the studio, the classroom, and the gallery. Many generative moments at Skowhegan happen between formal discussions, critiques, and lectures, when participants and faculty have the opportunity to delve deeply into the topics that inform their work and practices. These moments happen while lounging after dinner, on the lawn in the afternoon sun, and in a myriad of other landscapes and times when boundaries are dissolved, and real discourse can take place.

Many thanks to The Drawing Center for hosting this event.

200 Park Avenue South, Suite 1116, New York, NY 10003
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17. Ida Applebroog, FF Alumn, at The British Museum, London, UK

2013 Richard Hamilton Acquisition Prize announced
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On Wednesday, November 6, the IFPDA Foundation announced the selection of The British Museum as the 2013 recipient of The Richard Hamilton Acquisition Prize. The prize, sponsored by Champion & Partners, the Boston-based global retained executive search firm, provides 10,000 USD for the Museum's acquisition of one or more prints from any period at the 2013 IFPDA Print Fair held in New York from November 6-10, 2013.

The prize funded the British Museum's acquisition of Ida Applebroog's 1985 linocut American Medical Association I and A Performance, 1977-1981, a set of artists' books self-published by Applebroog. These works, chosen by Stephen Coppel, the Jim Slaughter Curator of the Modern Collection in the Department of Prints and Drawings at the British Museum, are the first pieces by Applebroog to enter the Museum's collection. Both were exhibited at Diane Villani Editions, a publisher and dealer in prints by American artists, at the 2013 IFPDA Print Fair which concluded November 10.
About the artist

Throughout her long career, Ida Applebroog has been creating beguiling art filled with pointed commentary on gender politics and often ambiguous power struggles. Her simplified human forms with immediately recognizable bold lines are strongly evident in the linocut American Medical Association I. These themes are also evident in A Performance, where Applebroog combined elements of mail art, artists' books and performance art, all of which were becoming popular at the time. Applebroog called each edition of the pictorial books "performances" and in them she reproduced her simple little paintings of enigmatic figures titled Stagings. She then mailed the books to curators, friends, acquaintances and other artists all over the world.

The Richard Hamilton Acquisition Prize
Sponsored by Champion & Partners, the Boston-based global retained executive search firm, the prize provides 10,000 USD for the Museum's acquisition of one or more prints from any period at the annual IFPDA Print Fair held in New York in November.

Neil MacGregor, Director of the British Museum states "I am delighted that the prize has been awarded to Stephen Coppel and the British Museum. The Museum holds an extraordinary collection of prints and drawings but we are constantly seeking to acquire and add modern and contemporary works to ensure the collection continues to be representative. I am most grateful to Champion & Partners for allowing us this opportunity to acquire a key work for our modern American prints collection and one which will feature prominently in our forthcoming exhibition." The Museum is planning a major exhibition of modern American prints from the 1960s to the present, which will open in the autumn of 2016. It is intended as a sequel to The American Scene: Prints from Hopper to Pollock, which attracted an astonishing 415,000 visitors at the British Museum in 2008 and a further 75,000 during its subsequent three-venue UK tour with the support of the Terra Foundation for American Art.

About the British Museum's Collection of Prints and Drawings
The Department of Prints and Drawings contains the national collection of Western prints and drawings. It is one of the top three collections of its kind in the world. There are approximately 50,000 drawings and over two million prints dating from the beginning of the fifteenth century up to the present day.

About the IFPDA Print Fair
The Fair is organized annually by the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA), a vetted organization of expert art dealers. The 2013 prize is the second of three to be awarded each year by the IFPDA Foundation, which oversees the selection process.

About the IFPDA Foundation
The IFPDA Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable organization committed to the support of exhibitions, programs and scholarly projects that increase the awareness and appreciation of fine prints. Applications for the annual Richard Hamilton Acquisition Prize are solicited from museums internationally by the IFPDA Foundation which selects each year's recipient.



18. Michelle Handelman, FF Member, at Roulette, Brooklyn, Nov. 17

TRIANGLE OF RESISTANCE Music by Miya Masaoka & Video by Michelle Handelman
Sunday Nov 17, 8pm
Roulette, 509 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn 11217
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+ READ+ Interview with Michelle Handelman and Miya Masaoka
A live collaborative music and video performance between composer, musician, and sound artist Miya Masaoka and acclaimed filmmaker and video artist Michelle Handelman, Triangle of Resistance explores the various histories of social resistance, specifically the Japanese American internment camps, the Russian and Chinese revolutions. Featuring Masaoka's compositions for a new ensemble and conducted by Richard Carrick (co-founder/co-artistic director, Either/Or ensemble), the music of Triangle of Resistance combines new approaches to the classic ensemble format with experiments in temporality, gestures, and noise. Working with visual artifacts of resistance, Handelman creates a stirring sequence of images that gives voice to the evidence of lives lived under duress and under the radar. A bold new work by two great experimenters and daring artists, Triangle of Resistance embraces the personal and political dimensions of oppression, emerging from darkness into light.



19. Michel Auder, Julie Ault, Zachary Drucker, David Hammons, Sherrie Levine, Ben Kinmont, Charlemagne Palestine, FF Alumns, in The Whitney Biennial 2014, Manhattan

The 2014 Whitney Biennial will take a bold new form as three curators from outside the Museum-Stuart Comer (Chief Curator of Media and Performance Art at MoMA), Anthony Elms (Associate Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia), and Michelle Grabner (artist and Professor in the Painting and Drawing Department at the School of the Art Institute, Chicago)-each oversee one floor, representing a range of geographic vantages and curatorial methodologies.

Donna De Salvo, Chief Curator and Deputy Director for Programs at the Whitney, noted: "The 2014 Biennial brings together the findings of three curators with very distinct points of view. There is little overlap in the artists they have selected and yet there is common ground. This can be seen in their choice of artists working in interdisciplinary ways, artists working collectively, and artists from a variety of generations. Together, the 103 participants offer one of the broadest and most diverse takes on art in the United States that the Whitney has offered in many years."

This Biennial will be the last to take place in the Whitney Museum of American Art's building at 945 Madison Avenue at 75th Street before the Museum moves downtown to its new building in the spring of 2015. This is the 77th in the Museum's ongoing series of Annuals and Biennials begun in 1932 by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney.

Whitney curators Elisabeth Sussman and Jay Sanders, who organized the widely acclaimed 2012 Biennial, will advise on the exhibition.

Sponsored in part by


Major support is provided by

Generous support is provided by The Brown Foundation, Inc., and The Keith Haring Foundation.
Funding for the 2014 Biennial is also provided by endowments created by Melva Bucksbaum, Emily Fisher Landau, and Leonard A. Lauder.

2014 Biennial Artists

Academy Records and Matt Hanner
Founded 2000; based in Chicago, IL
Matt Hanner: born 1971 in Columbus, OH;
died 2011 in Porter, IN

Terry Adkins
Born 1953 in Washington, DC
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY, and Philadelphia, PA

Etel Adnan
Born 1925 in Beirut, Lebanon
Lives and works in Sausalito, CA, and Paris, France

Alma Allen
Born 1970 in Heber City, UT
Lives and works in Joshua Tree, CA

Ei Arakawa and Carissa Rodriguez
Arakawa: Born 1977 in Fukushima, Japan
Rodriguez: Born 1970 in New York, NY
Live and work in New York, NY

Uri Aran
Born 1977 in Jerusalem, Israel
Lives and works in New York, NY

Robert Ashley and Alex Waterman
Ashley: Born 1930 in Ann Arbor, MI
Waterman: Born 1975 in Portsmouth, VA
Live and work in New York, NY

Michel Auder
Born 1945 in Soissons, France
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

Lisa Anne Auerbach
Born 1967 in Ann Arbor, MI
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

Julie Ault
Born 1957 in Boston, MA
Lives and works in Joshua Tree, CA and New York, NY

Darren Bader
Born 1978 in Bridgeport, CT
Lives and works in New York, NY

Kevin Beasley
Born 1985 in Lynchburg, VA
Lives and works in New York, NY

Gretchen Bender
Born 1951 in Seaford, DE
Died 2004 in New York, NY

Stephen Berens
Born 1952 in Fort Collins, CO
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

Dawoud Bey
Born 1953 in Queens, NY
Lives and works in Chicago, IL

Jennifer Bornstein
Born 1970 in Seattle, WA
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA, and Berlin, Germany

Andrew Bujalski
Born 1977 in Boston, MA
Lives and works in Austin, TX

Elijah Burgher
Born 1978 in Kingston, NY
Lives and works in Chicago, IL

Lucien Castaing-Taylor, Véréna Paravel, and Sensory Ethnography Lab
Castaing-Taylor: Born 1966 in Liverpool, UK
Paravel: Born 1971 in Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Live and work in Boston, MA, and Paris, France
Sensory Ethnography Lab founded by Lucien Castaing-Taylor in 2006

Sarah Charlesworth
Born 1947 in East Orange, NJ
Died 2013 in Hartford, CT

Yve Laris Cohen
Born 1985 in San Diego, CA
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

Critical Practices Inc.
Founded in 2010; based in New York, NY

Matthew Deleget
Born 1972 in Hammond, IN
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

David Diao
Born 1943 in Chengdu, Sichuan, China
Lives and works in New York, NY

Zackary Drucker and Rhys Ernst
Drucker: Born 1983 in Syracuse, NY
Ernst: Born 1982 in Pomona, CA
Live and work in Los Angeles, CA

Paul Druecke
Born 1964 in Milwaukee, WI
Lives and works in Milwaukee, WI

Jimmie Durham
Born 1940 in Washington, AR
Lives and works in Berlin, Germany

Rochelle Feinstein
Born 1947 in New York, NY
Lives and works in New York, NY

Radamés "Juni" Figueroa
Born 1982 in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Lives and works in San Juan, Puerto Rico

Morgan Fisher
Born 1942 in Washington, DC
Lives and works in Santa Monica, CA

Louise Fishman
Born 1939 in Philadelphia, PA
Lives and works in New York, NY

Victoria Fu
Born 1978 in Santa Monica, CA
Lives and works in San Diego, CA, and Los Angeles, CA

Gaylen Gerber with David Hammons, Sherrie Levine, and Trevor Shimizu
Gerber: Born 1955 in McAllen, TX;
lives and works in Chicago, IL
Hammons: Born 1943 in Springfield, IL;
lives and works in New York, NY
Levine: Born 1947 in Hazelton, PA;
lives and works in New York, NY
Shimizu: Born 1978 in Hawaii;
lives and works in New York, NY

Jeff Gibson
Born 1958 in Brisbane, Australia
Lives and works in New York, NY

Tony Greene curated by Richard Hawkins and Catherine Opie
Born 1955 in San Francisco, CA
Died 1990 in Los Angeles, CA

Joseph Grigely
Born 1956 in East Longmeadow, MA
Lives and works in Chicago, IL

Miguel Gutierrez
Born 1971 in Flushing, NY
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

Karl Haendel
Born 1976 in New York, NY
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

Philip Hanson
Born 1943 in Chicago, IL
Lives and works in Chicago, IL

Jonn Herschend
Born 1967 in Branson, MO
Lives and works in San Francisco, CA

Sheila Hicks
Born 1934 in Hastings, NE
Lives and works in New York, NY, and Paris, France

Channa Horwitz
Born 1932 in Los Angeles, CA
Died 2013 in Los Angeles, CA

A global collective; founded in 2013

Susan Howe
Born 1937 in Boston, MA
Lives and works in Guilford, CA

Jacqueline Humphries
Born 1960 in New Orleans, LA
Lives and works in New York, NY

Gary Indiana
Born 1950 in Derry, NH
Lives and works in New York, NY, and Los Angeles, CA

Doug Ischar
Born 1948 in Honolulu, Hawaii
Lives and works in Chicago, IL, and Los Angeles, CA

Carol Jackson
Born 1962 in Los Angeles, CA
Lives and works in Chicago, IL

Travis Jeppesen
Born 1979 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Lives and works in London, England, and Berlin, Germany

Alex Jovanovich
Born 1975 in Hobart, Indiana
Lives and works in Bronx, NY

Angie Keefer
Born 1977 in Huntsville, AL
Lives and works in New York, NY

Ben Kinmont
Born 1963 in Burlington, VT
Lives and works in Sebastopol, CA

Shio Kusaka
Born 1972 in Japan
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

Chris Larson
Born 1966 in St. Paul, MN
Lives and works in St. Paul, MN

Diego Leclery
Born 1978 in Boulogne-Billancourt, France
Lives and works in New York, NY

Zoe Leonard
Born 1961 in Liberty, NY
Lives and works in New York, NY

Tony Lewis
Born 1986 in Los Angeles, CA
Lives and works in Chicago, IL

Pam Lins
Born in Lake Forest, IL
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

Fred Lonidier
Born 1942 in Lakeview, OR
Lives and works in San Diego, CA

Ken Lum
Born 1956 in Vancouver, Canada
Lives and works in Vancouver and Philadelphia, PA

Shana Lutker
Born 1978 in Northport, NY
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

Dashiell Manley
Born 1983 in Fontana, CA
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

John Mason
Born 1927 in Madrid, NE
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

Keith Mayerson
Born 1966 in Cincinnati, OH
Lives and works in New York, NY

Suzanne McClelland
Born 1959 in Jacksonville, FL
Lives and works in New York, NY

Dave McKenzie
Born 1977 in Kingston, Jamaica
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

Bjarne Melgaard
Born 1967 in Sydney, Australia
Lives and works in New York, NY

Rebecca Morris
Born 1969 in Honolulu, Hawaii
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

Joshua Mosley
Born 1974 in Dallas, TX
Lives and works in Philadelphia, PA

My Barbarian (Malik Gaines, Jade Gordon and Alexandro Segade)
Founded in 2000; based in New York, NY, and Los Angeles, CA

Dona Nelson
Born 1947 in Grand Island, NE
Lives and works in Lansdale, PA, and New York, NY

Ken Okiishi
Born 1978 in Ames, IA
Lives and works in New York, NY, and Berlin, Germany

Pauline Oliveros
Born 1932 in Houston, TX
Lives and works in Kingston, NY

Joel Otterson
Born 1959 in Los Angeles, CA
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

Laura Owens
Born 1970 in Euclid, OH
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

Paul P.
Born 1977 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Lives and works in New York, NY, and Paris, France

taisha paggett
Born 1976 in Fresno, CA
Lives and works in Chicago, IL, and Los Angeles, CA

Charlemagne Palestine
Born 1947 in Brooklyn, NY
Lives and works in Brussels, Belgium

Public Collectors
Founded in 2007; based in Chicago, IL

Sara Greenberger Rafferty
Born 1978 in Evanston, IL
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

Steve Reinke with Jessie Mott
Reinke: Born 1963 in Eganville, Ontario, Canada
Mott: Born 1980 in New York, NY
Live and work in Chicago, IL

David Robbins
Born 1957 in Whitefish Bay, WI
Lives and works in Shorewood, WI

Sterling Ruby
Born 1972 in Bitburg, Germany
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

Miljohn Ruperto
Born 1971 in Manila, Philippines
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

Jacolby Satterwhite
Born 1986 in Columbia, SC
Lives and works in New York, NY

Peter Schuyff
Born 1958 in Baarn, Netherlands
Lives and works in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Allan Sekula
Born 1951 in Erie, PA
Died 2013 in Los Angeles, CA

Founded in 1974; based in Los Angeles, CA

Amy Sillman
Born 1955 in Detroit, MI
Lives and works in New York, NY

Valerie Snobeck and Catherine Sullivan
Snobeck: Born 1980 in Wadena, MN;
lives and works in New York, NY
Sullivan: Born 1968 in Los Angeles, CA;
lives and works in Chicago, IL

A.L. Steiner
Born 1967 in Miami, FL
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

Emily Sundblad
Born 1977 in Dalsjöfors, Sweden
Lives and works in New York, NY

Ricky Swallow
Born 1974 in San Remo, Australia
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

Tony Tasset
Born 1960 in Cincinnati, OH
Lives and works in Chicago, IL

Sergei Tcherepnin
Born 1981 in Watertown, MA
Lives and works in New York, NY

Triple Canopy
Founded in 2007; based in New York, NY

Philip Vanderhyden
Born 1978 in Menasha, WI
Lives and works in New York, NY

Pedro Vélez
Born 1973 in Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Lives and works in Chicago, IL, and Milwaukee, WI

Charline von Heyl
Born 1960 in Mainz, Germany
Lives and works in New York, NY

David Foster Wallace
Born 1962 in Ithaca, NY
Died 2008 in Claremont, CA

Dan Walsh
Born 1960 in Philadelphia, PA
Lives and works in New York, NY

Donelle Woolford
Born 1977 in Conyers, GA
Lives and works in New York, NY

Molly Zuckerman-Hartung
Born 1975 in Los Gatos, CA
Lives and works in Chicago, IL



20. Ed Ruscha, FF Alumn, at Ransom Center, Austin, TX

The New York Times
November 13, 2013
Ruscha's Archives Go to the Ransom Center in Texas
The Harry Ransom Center, a museum and research library at the University of Texas, Austin, has acquired the archives of Ed Ruscha, the prolific Pop Art master who is best known for his quirky thematic photography books, like "Twentysix Gasoline Stations" (1963) and "Every Building on the Sunset Strip" (1966), and for his word paintings, in which words are manipulated in ways that transform their meanings or suggest amusing tangential underpinnings.

When the Obamas had their White House living quarters decorated with paintings borrowed from Washington museums, in 2009, they chose one of Mr. Ruscha's paintings, "I Think I'll...," a meditation on indecision.

"Ruscha is one of the most important artists of his generation," Peter Mears, the curator of art at the center, said of the 75-year-old California artist in a statement. "His career, beginning with the 1960s Pop Art movement, spans a half-century of modern and contemporary art practice."

The archives include five personal journals packed with notes and sketches, as well as photographs, contact sheets and annotations that show how several of his books - from "Twentysix Gasoline Stations" through his 2010 illustrated version of Jack Kerouac's "On the Road" - were created. (Kerouac's own notebooks are already in the center's collection.) Also included are materials to do with his short films, "Miracle" (1975) and "Premium" (1971).

After the materials are cataloged, they will be available to students, researchers and the public. In the meantime, the center is showing a selection of items from the archives in its lobby through Dec. 1. Jennifer M. Tisdale, a spokeswoman for the center, said that the archives cost $2 million, and that 80 percent of the cost was covered by donors, among them Michael and Jeanne Klein; the Marlene Nathan Meyerson Foundation; and Mark Wawro and Melanie Gray.

"The Ransom Center is committed to the idea of having the public share in these treasures through exhibits and also encouraging scholarship by allowing the study of these important materials and subjects" Mr. Ruscha said in a statement. "The thought that my working documentation could be in this magnificent repository is a wonderful honor and destination of great respect. I now see that the Ransom Center is the home to end all homes."
A photograph related to Ed Ruscha's book Courtesy of the Harry Ransom Center A photograph related to Ed Ruscha's book "Twentysix Gasoline Stations," which was published in 1963.
A version of this article appears in print on 11/14/2013, on page C3 of the NewYork edition with the headline: Ruscha's Archives Go to Ransom Center.



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