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February 4th, 2005

Camera Obscura
Charles Schwartz and Bill Westheimer are collaborating to digitally photograph views of Central Park and Upper Manhattan as seen through a rooftop camera obscura. Their project, combining 19th century tradition with 21st century technology, is a unique mix of landscape photography, street scenes, and surveillance art.

Moderator: Christopher Philips, curator, International Center of Photography
Panelists: Bill Westheimer, artist
Charles Schwartz, artist
Jacqueline van Rhyn, curator of photographs, The Print Center
Stephen Berkman, photographer and filmmaker
Organizer: Mary Bimingham, curator


Camera Obscura Photo ©2003
Bill Westheimer & Charles Schwartz





February 11th, 2005

Op Art:
Robert C. Morgan in Dialog with Richard Anuszkiewicz


Richard Anuszkiewicz is one of the three major optical/kinetic artists to emerge from the "The Responsive Eye" exhibition at MoMA in 1965. Since then, Mr. Anuszkiewicz has had a long and profound career. He is the leading representative of American optical painting. He will be interviewed by the noted author and critic, Robert C. Morgan, for what promises to be a stimulating and evocative evening.

Moderator: Robert C. Morgan Ph.D., author and critic
Panelist: Richard Anuszkiewicz, artist
Organizer: Flash Light, artist

"Translumina Star I"
by Richard Anuszkiewicz
1986, Painted wood
96 x 96 inches





February 18th, 2005

The Saga of Arno Rafael Minkkinen:
A. D. Coleman in dialog with Doug Sheer


Coleman and Sheer discuss the photographic career of Arno Rafael Minkkinen, Finnish-American fine art photographer and his international “Saga” travelling exhibition, co-curated by Coleman and Todd Brandow. The photographer has exclusively photographed his own nude body in locations around the world since 1971. A. D. Coleman is a critic and historian of photography. Author,"Depth of Field" & other seven other books on photography. Doug Sheer is Editor & publisher, "The Photography A-V Program Directory," "Professional Photographic Marketplace (PPM) tm" and "BME’s ENG/EFP/EPP Handbook"

Arno Rafael Minkkinen
Self-portrait, Vardo, Norway 1990
Moderator: Doug Sheer, founder/chair of ATOA, artist & technologist
Panelist: A. D. Coleman, critic and historian of photography
Organizer: Doug Sheer, ATOA Chairperson
, photo by Arno Rafael Minkkinen
Arno Rafael Minkkinen
Self-portrait, Foster's Pond Millennium 2000





February 25th, 2005

An Eye on Surrealism
A captivating discussion about a series of three important upcoming exhibitions on Surrealism in New York. Isabelle Dervaux speaks about “Surrealism USA,” Larry List speaks of the “Imagery of Chess Revisted” exhibition, and Stephen Robeson-Miller speaks about “Kay Sage and Yves Tanguy.”


Max Ernst
Max Ernst
”L’evade”, 1926
Panelists: Isabelle Dervaux, curator, Modern and Contemporary Art, National Academy Museum
Larry List, guest curator, Isamu Noguchi Museum
Stephen Robeson-Miller, art historian, guest curator, Katonah Art Museum
Organizer: Amy Ernst, artist, ATOA board member





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