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Spring 1997


  

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1997


January

1/17/97

FROM GALLERIES TO SALONS

The New Wave?

Molly Barnes, moderator, bicoastal dealer
creator of the Roger Smith Hotel salon
Ellen Peckham; artist-dealer
Tom Delavan, Director, Gramercy Art Fair
Donna Marxer, artist, on the open studio as salon




1/24/97

JERRY SALTZ & Vernita N'Cognita

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.




1/31/97

Open Screening

Five Slides / Five Minutes / Five Bucks






February

2/7/97

Artist's Dwellings at the Stake Again

Marie Dormuth
Lower Manhattan Loft Tenants
Mike McKee
New State Tenants and Neighbors Coalition




2/14/97

MORGAN & MESCHE

ROBERT C. MORGAN, artist, writer for Art in America,
with
ARNOLD MESCHE, artist, teacher of figurative painting.




2/21/97

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




2/28/97

deKOONING? deKOONING!

To mark the exhibition of the modern master's
last works at MoMA, a panel of art world experts
discuss these controversial works.

Kay Larson, moderator, critic
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





MARCH

3/7/97

GLOVES OFF/THE RECORD

The new critics spout off.

Dr. Barnaby Ruhe, moderator, Senior Editor, Art/World
Adrienne Redd, critic, Art Matters and, Arts/Alive
Stuart Servetar, critic, New York Press
Jeff Wright, Editor and Publisher, Cover
Charlie Finch, writer, Coagula




3/14/97

THE ART OF THE BUSINESS OF ART

Panelists talk about their commitment to art and technology,
the antigallery concept,
interdisciplinary exhibitions,
the World Wide Web and cross platform creativity.

Neil London, moderator, Co-Director, AUDART
John Toth, artist, educator
Jacqui Taylor-Basker, Director, Westbeth Galleries
SHALOM, artist, director, Surge Graphics
Billy Name. artist, member of Warhol's Factory




3/21/97

WORD AS IMAGE:

NOT YOUR USUAL OPEN READING FOR ARTIST/POETS

Artists read their poetry and show slides of their art
as background for their readings.
Albert Depas, master of ceremonies, painter, poet,
author of Metamorphosis of Joy,
shares insights on publishing one's own work.
Others.




3/28/97

Good Friday
No ATOA Event





APRIL

4/4/97

PAINTERS UNDER 50

Is abstraction viable?

Brooke Kamin Rappaport, moderator
Associate Curator of Contemporary Art, Brooklyn Museum
Stephen Ellis, artist
Denyse Thomases, artist
Caio Fonseca, artist
Fabian Malcaccio. artist




4/11/97

RE-FORMING PAINTING

Off the wall and over the edges.

Michael Walls, moderator, art dealer
Al Loving, artist
Libby Seaberg, artist
Lynn Umlauf, artist
Joy Walker. artist




4/18/97

I MAY BE WRONG BUT...SPEAKOUT

Leading painters, sculptors, video makers, art critics
and gallery directors "speak out" with optimism
(or pessimism) about the place of art in the wide world
-- risk, reality, hopes, dreams, and cyberspace
-- as we run, walk, or slouch toward the 21st century.

Therese Schwartz, artist,
who recorded the historic 70s "SPEAKOUT" for Art in America,
brings together a group of people from different media
looking for the center of art today.




4/25/97

SURREALISM: AN INTIMATE PORTRAIT

Talking about the surrealist scene in New York,
Connecticut, and Long Island in the early 40s.

Amy Ernst, moderator, artist, arts administrator
Judith Young-Mallin, cultural historian on Surrealism
Stephen Robeson Miller, artist, curator, historian
Phyllis Braff, critic, The New York Times





MAY

5/2/97

Curator's Choice

Tom Zollner, juror

Winners will be exhibited at TZ'Art & Company.

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