ATOA Archive
Fall 1994


  

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Fall 1994

Friday evenings at the Fvlcrvm Gallery
144 Mercer Street, near Prince St.
Under the SOHO Guggenheim, Handicapped access 142 Mercer St.
Fridays at 8:00 pm, Doors open at 7:00 pm
$6 general admission, $5 students & seniors with ID
ATOA Passholders Free


October


10/28/94

LEON GOLUB, artist,
one of the earliest and foremost political artists, with
ROBERT C. MORGAN, internationally known critic,
Art in America, Review, etc., and author.



November

11/4/94

JUDY PFAFF, acclaimed installation artist,
with
CHARLOTTA KOTIK,
Curator of Painting and Sculpture, Brooklyn Museum.


11/11/94

GRACE HARTIGAN, painter,
first-generation Abstract Expressionist,
talking about Pollock and deKooning
with
IRVING SANDLER, author and critic
for leading art publications, an expert on the New York School.


11/19/94*

JAY MILDER, painter,
founder, Rhino Horn movement, and champion of Byzantine art,
with
JUDD TULLY, writer painter and critic, Art and Antiques.



December

12/2/94

NANCY SPERO, feminist artist dealing with violence and women,
with
VERNITA N'COGNITA, artist and arts administrator.


12/9/94*

CAROLEE SCHNEEMANN, performance artist,
controversial erotic performer,
with
KATHY O'DELL, writer and educator.


12/16/94

A. D. COLEMAN, photography critic,
with
DOUG SHEER, arts administrator, a founder and Chairman, ATOA.



1995


January

1/27/95*

DONALD KUSPIT, arts philosopher, writer and educator,
with
ELAINE MARINOFF, mixed media artist, poet,
former educator, writer.



February

2/3/95

COLETTE, internationally known installation artist,
with
TERRY KISTLER, writer.


2/10/95

MARTHA WILSON, artist and
Director, Franklin Furnace alternative space,
with
LAURA COTTINGHAM, critic specializing in feminist art.


2/17/95*

LARRY RIVERS, painter and star since the 60s
when his Washington Crossing the Delaware made art news,
with
STEPHEN DI LAURO, writer.


LARRY RIVERS
Quick Time audio clip
(1.3 Meg)

ATOA wishes to thank the Fvlcrvm Gallery
for the generous donationation of their space,
allowing ATOA to hold panels under the
SOHO Guggenheim.





Fvlcrvm Gallery




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