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Spring 1995


  

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Spring 1995

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





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.





MARCH




3/3/95*

GENO RODRIGUEZ, Director, Alternative Museum
with
HILTON KRAMER, controversial critic
for the New York Observer, The New Criterion,
and former critic for The New York Times.




3/10/95

DENNIS OPPENHEIM, artist,
pioneer of earth works and body art,
with
MAX HUTCHINSON, art dealer.




3/24/95*

HOLLY SOLOMON, long-time Soho art dealer,
with
ROBERT COSTA, curator.




3/31/95

JUDY SEIGEL, photographer, art writer,
with
JEFF PERRONE, critic, artist.





APRIL




4/7/95*

ALEX MELAMID, of Komar and Melamid,
newsmaking conceptual artist,
with
ELLIOT BAROWITZ, artist, educator.




4/14/95*

BENNY ANDREWS, artist and
former head of the NEA visual arts program,
with
LORI ANTONACCI, a founder of Artists Talk On Art.




4/21/95

HOWARDINA PINDELL, curator, artist,
with
SAMIA A. HALABY, artist
SANA MUSASAMA, artist




4/28/95

CHARLES CAJORI, veteran painter,
with
BRUCE BARTON, artist, book designer, educator.





MAY




5/5/95

THE WARHOL FOUNDATION

The controversy over the Pop artist's estate continues.

Doug Sheer, moderator, Chairman, ATOA;
Archibald L. Gillies, Director, Warhol Foundation;
Alexandra Piers, critic, The Wall Street Journal;
Judd Tully, critic;
Bill Rabinovitch, artist, Producer, Art Seen cable TV show.




5/12/95

Bob Weigand Memorial Evening

Weigand was a hard edged color field painter whose works were comissioned for building walls around the city. He was also one of the founders of ATOA.




5/19/95

Curator's Choice
with Magdalena Sawon, Director of Postmasters Gallery



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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