DOROTHY GILLESPIE, internationally known artist
and expert on running one's own career,
ELSA HONIG FINE, publisher of Women's Art Journal
CHRISTO AND JEANNE-CLAUDE
artists famous for wrapping buildings in cloth,
discuss their works in progress:
Over the River, Project for the Western USA and
The Gates, project for Central Park, NYC.
NEW WAVE ARTIST-RUN GALLERIES IN BROOKLYN
Will virtual galleries replace real galleries?
Doug Sheer, moderator, Chairman, Artists Talk On Art;
How cyber-entrepeneurs and individual artists
reach new audiences by exhibiting their work on the
Internet and World Wide Web.
Remo Campopiano, founder, ART NET WEB;
A. D. Coleman, photo critic and founder, Nearbycafe.com;
D. James Dee, Director, Provenance.com.
IRVING SANDLER, critic, author, expert on art in the 50s,
DAN CONCHOLAR, Director, Art Information Center.
discuss "Contemporary art since the 50s:
Where art's been and where it's going."
JERSEY CITY, THE NEW LEFT BANK?
A discussion of recent developments in Jersey City:
Franc Palaia, moderator, artist;
Artists' Work and Live District,
Pro Arts Mural Project, alternative spaces,
studio tours, galleries, Art Summit.
Charles Kessler, artist;
Nina Jacobs, Director, Jersey City Museum;
Robert Costa, independent curator;
Orlando Cuevas, artist,
Division of Cultural Affairs, Jersey City.
FROM GALLERIES TO SALONS
The New Wave?
Bicoastal dealer Molly Barnes, moderator,
creator of the Roger Smith Hotel salon;
artist-dealer Ellen Peckham;
Tom Delavan, Director, Gramercy Art Fair;
Donna Marxer, artist, on the open studio as salon.
JERRY SALTZ, critic,
Art in America, Flash Art, Frieze, Parkett, Time Out
and Co-Curator of the '95 Whitney Biennial
is grilled by Vernita N'Cognita, artist. curator,
and arts administrator about Art in the 90s.
FEMINISM IN THE ART WORLD: DEAD OR ALIVE?
(Or does anyone still call herself a feminist artist?)
Betty Sword, moderator, photographer;
Barbara Lubliner, sculptor, NY Business Women's Calendar;
Cynthia Mailman, artist, educator,
founding member, SOHO20 Gallery;
Joan Arbeiter, artist, inaugural member, Ceres Gallery,
co-author, Lives & Works: Talks with Women Artists, vol. 2;
Susan Grabel, sculptor,
member, National Board, Women's Caucus for Art;
Diyan Achjadi, artist.
To mark the exhibition of the modern master's
Kay Larson, moderator, critic;
last works at MoMA, a panel of art world experts
discuss these controversial works.
Mark Stevens, critic, New York magazine, and
Annalyn Swan, co-authors of an upcoming biography of deKooning;
Dr. Paul Greengard, leading expert on brain research.
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