January 15 through May 14, 1999, Fridays at 8pm at the Phoenix Gallery |
A continuing discussion about art that is
constantly steeped in controversy.
Anne Pasternak, moderator, Director, Creative Time
Sandra Bloodworth, Director Arts for Transit;
Sandra Behrend, Deputy Director, Percent for Art
Tom Eccles, Director, Public Art Fund
Rachel Whiteread, Water Tower
(Photo: Marian Harders, Courtesy: Public Art Fund)
ROBERT ROSENBLUM, art historian,
Curator, Guggenheim Museum, professor,
Vernita N'Cognita, artist,
Director, Viridian Gallery.
UNCLE BARNABY'S ART HISTORY SHOUTOUT|
An art history insurrection with hundreds of slides
cross-examined to review hidden meanings.
Dr. Barnaby Ruhe, moderator, artist, educator
Elliot Barowitz, painter
Ruth Kligman, artist, author
Adrienne Redd, cable TV producer, Art Matters
Frank Shrifreen, artist
THE STATE OF THE ART OF INSTALLATION|
A look at this fascinating art from a curator
and a series of artists who practice it,
that includes a slide show covering 25 years
of installation history.
Anne Ellegood, moderator,
Curatorial Associate, New Museum of Contemporary Art;
A leading expert in the career counseling field
leads a panel of artists who, having taken good advice
to advance their careers, have learned to give it.
Renee Phillips, moderator,
Editor-in-Chief, Manhattan Arts International magazine;
author, New York Contemporary Art Galleries, 1999 Edition,
and Presentation Power Tools for Fine Artists, 1998;
Donna Marxer, Executive Director of Artists Talk On Art