BELL and GANASSI

Bell and Ganassi

Bell and Ganassi

BIO

LAURA BELL

At Douglass College, Rutgers University, Laura Bell studied with Fluxus artist Robert Watts, who gave her a deep appreciation for the spontaneous and serendipitous, and with clay sculptor Ka Kwong Hui, whose sense of the relationships of forms went far beyond the ceramic studio. She received a 2020 “Bronx Recognizes Its Own” (BRIO) painting grant from the Bronx Council for the Arts, has been an artist-in-residence at the Millay Colony, and has participated multiple times in the Governors Island and Aqua Art Miami art fairs. Her paintings and mixed-media work have been shown in New York, Provincetown, New Haven, Philadelphia, Berlin, and elsewhere. She lives and has her studio in the Bronx.

IAN GANASSI

Ian Ganassi has worked as a writer, teacher, and percussionist. His poems have appeared in numerous literary magazines, including Survision, Home Planet News, Meniscus, Offcourse, BlazeVOX, Clockwise Cat, Otoliths, The Yale Review, and New American Writing. His poem “Blunt Trauma” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize and his translations from Virgil’s Aeneid have appeared in New England Review. His first poetry collection, Mean Numbers, was published by China Grove in 2016; his second poetry collection, True for the Moment, was published by David Robert Books in 2023. A third collection, By This Time, is forthcoming from Finishing Line Press in June 2024. He is a long-time resident of New Haven, Connecticut.

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BRANDON BALLENGÉE

Brandon Ballengee

Brandon Ballengée

Lives and works in Louisiana, USA

EDUCATION / ACADEMIC AFFILIATIONS

2021-26

Adjunct Faculty of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Tulane University, New Orleans, LA

2015-18

Postdoctoral Research, Ichthyology Department, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA

2014

Ph. D., Transdisciplinary Art and Science, University of Plymouth, England / Hochschule Für Gestaltung Zürich, Switzerland

2008

M.Phil., University of Plymouth, England / Hochschule Für Gestaltung Zürich, Switzerland

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2023

Jennifer Baahng Gallery, New York, NY (forthcoming)

2023

Redbud Arts Center, Houston, TX, Sculpting Endless Forms

2022

CAIRN Centre d’art, Digne-les-Bains, France, Aimer, c’est agir

2021   

Acadiana Center for the Arts, Lafayette, LA, The Age of Loneliness

2019   

Ann Connelly Fine Art, Baton Rouge, LA, Brandon Ballengée: Ghosts of the Gulf

Louisiana Art and Science Museum, Baton Rouge, LA, Brandon Ballengée: Frameworks of Absence

Museum of Fine Art, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, La Sang Noir (catalog)

2018  

Expo Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, Brandon Ballengée: Frameworks of Absence

Bannister Gallery, Rhode Island College, Providence, Rhode Island, Ti-tânes and Other Myths of the Anthropocene

2017

Rowan University Art Gallery, Glassboro, NJ, Brandon Ballengée: Sea of Vulnerability

2016

University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, WY, Waste Land: A Survey of Works by Brandon Ballengée (catalog)

2015

Nowhere Gallery, Milan, Italy, A Habit of Deciding Influence (catalog)

Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, NE, Collapse

Garrison Art Center, Garrison, NY, Breathing Space for the Hudson

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts at The Armory Show, New York, NY, Frameworks of Absence

2014

National Academy of the Sciences, Washington D.C., Collapse

Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries, Beacon, NY, Ghosts of the Gulf

Acadiana Center for the Arts, Lafayette, LA, Eco-Displacement: Ghosts of the Gulf

Museum Het Domein, Sittard, Netherlands, Seasons in Hell

Alden B Dow Museum of Art and Science, Midland Center for the Arts, Midland, MI, Nature’s Fading Chorus

2013

DOCVA, Viafarini, Milan, Italy, Committed

Chateau du Domaine de Chamarande, Chamarande, France, Augures d’Innoncence (catalog)

The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, Philadelphia, PA, The Cryptic Ones

2012

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, Collapse: The Cry of Silent Forms

2011

Prospect New Orleans 2 Satellite, Longue Vue House and Gardens, New Orleans, LA, Audubon’s Absence

2010

Parco Arte Vivente, Centro d’Arte Contemporanea, Turin, Italy, Praeter Naturam

The Royal Institution of Great Britain, London, England, The Case of the Deviant Toad

SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

21C Museum Hotels, Louisville, KY, USA

American Museum of Natural History, New York City, NY, USA

Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Columbus Public Library, Columbus, OH, USA

Cross Hill Academy, Yonkers, NY, USA

Gallery Oldham, Manchester, England

Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA

Geumgang Nature Art Museum, Gwangju, South Korea

Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY, USA

Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY, USA

Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA

Karl Stirner Arts Trail, Easton, PA

Kunstverein Ingolstadt, Ingolstadt, Germany

Lafayette College, Easton, PA, USA

Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, Paris, France

Museum Het Domein, Sittard, Netherlands

Museum of Vertebrate Zoology at U.C. Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, USA

Natural History Museum, London, England

NASA, Washington, DC, USA

National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, USA

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Research Triangle Park, NC, USA

New York State Museum, Albany, NY, USA

Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art, Logan, UT, USA

Peabody Museum, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA

Progressive, Mayfield, OH, USA

School of Art and Design New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, Alfred, NY, USA 

Shrewsbury Museum, Shropshire, England

State University of West Georgia, Carrolton, GA, USA

TICKON Tranekaer International Center for Art and Nature, Langeland, Denmark

Teaneck Creek Conservancy, Teaneck, NY, USA

University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, WY, USA

Verbeke Foundation, Westakker, Belgium

Wanås Konst, Knislinge, Sweden

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT, USA

Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, England

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BRANDON BALLENGÉE

L’Art de la Solitude (The Art of Loneliness)
Nov 10, 2023 - Jan 27, 2024
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DEBORAH BUCK

Deborah Buck

DEBORAH BUCK

Lives and works in New York

EDUCATION

1978

B.A. Studio Art, Trinity College, Hartford, Ct.

1975

Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2023   

La MaMa Gallery, NY

Picasso, Welcome to America, Jennifer Baahng Gallery, NY

2022  

Transforming the Figure, South Hamptons Arts Center, NY

Future Perfect/Imperfect, Silverman Galleries, New Canaan, CT

2021   

Five Points Center for The Visual Arts, Torrington, CT

Nobody Like This Body, Marquee Projects, NY

East End Collected 6 Art Center, Southampton , NY

2020  

New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT;

Heckscher Museum, Long Island, NY

2019 

Deborah Buck and RichPaint and Steelard Heinrich, ILLE Arts Gallery, Amagansett, NY

2018 

Deborah Buck and Tribal Art of New Guinea, North of History Gallery, NY

Ink, Widener GalleryAustin Art Center at Trinity College, Hartford, CT

2017 

Out of the Box,  Deborah Buck and John Monti. ILLE Arts Gallery, Amagansett, NY

2012  

What’s Inside, Julie Saul Gallery, NY

2012

Deborah Buck: Retrospective, Art Center, Garrison, NY

SELECTED GRANTS AND AWARDS

2022 

Light and Shadow, Maryland Federation of Art, 2022

2020 

N’Or Easter, New Britain Museum of Art

2017 

Artist in the Marketplace Alumnus Award, Bronx Museum

COLLECTIONS

The Heckscher Museum in Huntington, New York

The Parrish Museum in Water Mill, New York

The Bunker at Beth Rudin DeWoody in West Palm Beach, Florida.

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INTO THE WILD: To Crash Is Divine
Sept 28 - Oct 27, 2023
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JEFF GABEL

Jeff Gabel #15 (Card Series 2), 2006 Pencil on paper 4.25 x 3 in.

JEFF GABEL

Born 1968, Portland, OR

Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

EDUCATION

1995

MFA, Pratt Institute, Master of Fine Arts, New York, NY

1992

Kansas State University, Bachelor of Fine Arts, KS

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2015

28,000 pages or, ‘In Color’: a mid-life crisis, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, NY

2012

More of the Best of Firmin Graf Salwàr dej Striës, Kim Kim Gallery, Seoul, KR

International Artists Series, Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart, Tasmania AU

The Very Best of Firmin Graf Salwàr dej Striës, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, NY

2008

Drawings, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York, NY

2007

New Work by Jeff Gabel, Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, Indianapolis, IN

Drawings, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York, NY

2004

New Works, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York, NY

2001

Drawings, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York, NY

1997

Drawings, 79 Bridge Street, Brooklyn, New York, NY

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2018

Wild Youths – Riot School, Kim Kim Gallery, KR

2016

Hybrid, Anomaly Gallery, Ottumwa, IA

The Ins and Outs, Anomaly Gallery, Ottumwa, IA

2011

Monanisms: Opening Exhibition, Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart, Tasmania AU

2010

Into the Desert, O3 Gallery, Oxford Castle, Oxford, UK

Earth School Auction, Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY

Independent Drawing Gig Nr 6, Fluxus Ministerija, Vilnius, LT

No Show [untitled exhibition], Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York, NY

This is the Book I Have Written for You, Park Life, San Francisco, CA

Ten Years Hunting [The Trophy Room], Parkerʼs Box, Brooklyn, NY

How to Read a Book, Locust Projects, Miami, FL

2009

Are You Sure You Are You?, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York, NY

Desenhos A-Z, Museu da Cidade, Lisbon, PT

2008

Off the Beaten Road, A+D Gallery, Columbia College Chicago, IL

Independent Drawing Gig 4 New York, Artbreak Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Desenhos Estranhos, Galeria Porta 33, Funchal, PT

2006

STORYlines: Narrative in Drawing, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, NY

2005 Drawings / Works on Paper, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York, NY

2003

Knockabout, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York, NY

2002

Art On Paper, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC

2001   

Drawing Quirks, Parkerʼs Box, Brooklyn, New York, NY

1999   

Outer Boroughs, White Columns, New York, NY

1996

Night of 1,000 Drawings, Artists Space, New York, NY

Out of Print, Pratt Institute Library, Brooklyn, New York, NY

1995

450 Book Show, 450 Broadway Gallery, New York, NY

Page 14, 450 Broadway Gallery, New York, NY

1994

A Basement in Edinburgh, Higgins Hall, Brooklyn, New York, NY

1993

An Exhibition of Art Withdrawn from the World Trade Center, Higgins Hall, Brooklyn, NY

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2016

Ebony, David. “David Ebony’s Top 10 NY Gallery Shows This Winter.” Artnet News, 29 January 2016.

Newman, Mark. “Artist’s Vision Driven by Pressure.” Ottumwa Courier, 23 September 2016.

2012  

Larkins, Damien. “New York artist climbs the walls at MONA.” abc.au, September 2012.

Kent, Kailyn. “Time Spent With An Invisible Book: Recent Work by Jeff Gabel.” The Hooded Utilitarian, 29 May 2012.

2011

Gabel, Jeff. “The Very Best of Firmin Graf Salwàr dej Striës.” GAGARIN: The Artist in their Own Words, Antwerp, BE, 24/2011

2008

Gopnik, Blake. “Critics’ Picks: Jeff Gabel.” Artforum.com, October 2008.

Wilson, Michael. “Meet Jeff Gabel’s Sad-Sack Antiheroes.” The Village Voice, October 2008.

Bartman, Jen. “Jeff Gabel.” Whitehot Magazine, October 2008.

2007

Wilson, Michael. “Jeff Gabel.” Artforum, March 2007: 314.

Schmerler, Sarah. “STORY/lines.” Time Out New York, 1-7 February 2007.

Thibodeaux, Julianna. “Ennui and Inner Dialogue.” NUVO, 14 November 2007.

“Listings: Snug Harbor Cultural Center.” The New Yorker, 12 February 2007.

Gabel, Jeff, Drawing Now: Between the Lines of Contemporary Art, TRACEY, ed. Simon Downs et al. London: I.B. Tauris, 2007. 40-41.

2004

Stillman, Nick. “New York Criticsʼ Pick.” Artforum.com, July 2004.

Johnson, Ken. “Art In Review.” The New York Times, 2 July 2004.

Levin, Kim. “Voices Choices.” The Village Voice, 30 June – 6 July 2004.

Gabel, Jeff. “Around Town: New York.” NYFA Current, 27 October 2004.

2002

Levin, Kim. “Review: Jeff Gabel.” The Village Voice, 8 January 2002.

“Listings: Jeff Gabel.” The New Yorker, February 4, 2002.

Gioni, Massimiliano. “Beauty School Drop Out.” Flash Art vol. XXXIV

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BJÖRN MEYER-EBRECHT​

Bjorn Meyer-Ebrecht Untitled (Benches), 2020 Ink and tape on paper 81 x 94 1/2 in. (206 x 240 cm)

BJöRN MEYER-EBRECHT

Born in Hamburg, Germany

Lives and works in New York

EDUCATION

2000 – 2002

Hunter College, CUNY, New York, NY, Master of Fine Arts

1995 – 1999

Berlin University of the Arts, Berlin, Germany, Fine Arts Program

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2019

“Uprising,” Owen James Gallery, New York

2018

“RaumBildRaum,” Christopher Dahlhausen and Björn Meyer- Ebrecht, two-person show with Christopher Dahlhausen; Galerie Susanne Neuerburg, Hennef, Germany

2017

“Fragments Remnants Leftovers,” Matteawan Gallery, Beacon, NY

Structural Constellations,” solo show with works by Josef Albers, Owen James Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

“Again Interpretation,” two-person show with Jule Korneffel, Matjöe Raum für Kunst, BBK, Cologne, Germany

2016

“Places for People,” Studio 10, Brooklyn, NY

2014

“Osamu Kobayashi and Björn Meyer-Ebrecht,” two-person show, Storefront Ten Eyck, Brooklyn, NY

2013

“Constructions,” Mattewan Gallery, Beacon, NY

2009

“Elissa Levy and Björn Meyer-Ebrecht,” two-person show, Pocket Utopia, Brooklyn, NY

1999

“Verstecken (Hiding),“ Kunsthaus Tacheles, Berlin, Germany

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2023

“Pitches & Scripts’” Jennifer Baahng Gallery, NY

2015

“Video Archipelago,Transmitter, Brooklyn, NY

“Pretext,with Joe Amrhein, Alma-Isa Barrett, Audra Wolowiec, Studio 10, Brooklyn, NY

2014

Read the Recap, Skip the Show,curated by Tom Marquet, Guest spot, Baltimore, MD “Booksmart,with Theresa Gooby, Brece Honeycutt, and August Ventimiglia, Matteawan Gallery, Beacon, NY

“Out to See,curated by Sara Riesman, South Street Seaport, multiple locations, New York, NY

2013

“This, Then, That,curated by Amy Barkow and Danielle Webb, Fourth floor, Brooklyn, NY “Color Line,curated by Rico Gatson, Outpost, Ridgewood, NY

Rock Street,outdoor exhibition curated by Deborah Brown and Lesley Heller, Brooklyn, NY

“Thanks”, curated by Adam Parker Smith, Lu Magnus Galery, New York, NY

2012

“Grounded,group show curated by Rico Gatson, Airplane, Brooklyn, NY

“Linear Perspective,with Laura Watts and Ellie Murphy, Mount Airy Contemporary Artists Space, Philadelphia, PA

“Inside Out – Outside In,with Dawn Clements, Theresa Ganz, Fran Siegel; Lesley Heller Workspace, New York, NY

2011

“Bibliomania,curated by Mary Birmingham; New Jersey Arts Center, Summit, NJ “Insider Art,curated by Jess Frost, Maxwell Davidson Gallery, New York

“Dunkle Wolke [Dark Clout],curated by William Powhida, Storefront, Brooklyn, NY

2010

“Utopia/Dystopia,curated by Deborah Brown, Storefront, Brooklyn, NY

2009

“NEVERandagain,curated by Elissa Levy, International Studio and Curatorial Program, Brooklyn, NY

“Now You See It, Now You Don’t,curated by Bernard Yenelouis, Camera Club, New York “Mixing It Up: Recent Hunter MFAs Working in Combined Media,curated by Tracy Adler, Leubsdorf Gallery, Hunter College, NY

2007

“In Exchange,group show curated by Mauro Restiffe, Gallery Casa Triangulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil

“Wanderlust,group show curated by Judith Selkowitz, Gallery at 499 Park Avenue, New York, NY

2004

Group show curated by Bernard Yenelouis, photographs, School of the International Center of Photography, New York,

2002

MFA-Thesis Show, Hunter College, New York, NY

1999

Group show of the graduating students, University of the Arts, Berlin, Germany

1998

Grenzgänge (Border Crossings), group show, Gallery and Project Space Meinblau, Berlin, Germany

1996

Osmosis, group show, University of the Arts, Berlin, Germany

PRESS

2020

Björn Meyer-Ebrecht in Conversation with Zach Keeting and Christoper Joy, Gorky’s

Granddaughter, video, 42 minutes, February 2020,

2019

Julia Friedman: “An Artist Provides a Stage for Us to Make Political Decisions,” Hyperallergic, May 2019

Sharon Butler: “Björn Meyer-Ebrecht: Spontaneity Rising,Two Coats of Paint, May 2019

2017

Barbara Gallo Farrell: “Fragments Remnants Leftoverson view at Matteawan Gallery,Poughkeepsie Journal, November 2017

“Ideas and Influences: Björn Meyer-Ebrechtin Two Coats of Paint, November 2017

2014

Hrag Vartanian: “The Story of 13 Artists Who Sat Down at a Communal Table,”

May 30, 2014, review of Communal Table, an exhibition curated by Björn Meyer-Ebrecht.

2011

Emilly Nathan: “Dunkle Wolke at Storefrontreviewed in “Brooklyn, Local”, June 8, 2011, Artnet.com Magazine

Bob Bahr: “Björn Meyer-Ebrecht: Stitching Together the Past’s Hopeful Future,Drawing Magazine, Winter 2011

2009

David Everitt: “Elissa Levy, Björn Meyer-Ebrecht/Pocket Utopia,April 2009, Art Review, London, UK, p. 96

James Wagner: “Björn Meyer-Ebrecht at Pocket Utopia,” January 17, 2009, jameswagner.com

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R.C. BAKER

R.C. Baker

R.C. BAKER

Lives and Works in New York

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

“Noise for Signal,” Baahng Gallery, NYC , 2018

 “. . . and Nixon coming / The Draft,”  Zone: Contemporary Art, NYC, 2009   

“The Terminal Century,” The Center for Book Arts, NYC, 2002

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

“Pitches and Scripts,” Jennifer Baahng Gallery, NY, 2023

“True Grit,” Baahng Gallery, NYC, 2017

 Writers collaborating on Christian Jankowski’s installation, “Review”  Friedrich Petzel Gallery, NYC, 2012

 “Lovely Days / Video Days, “President: ‘Why?,” 23rd Summer  Festival, Croatia, 2012

“Disciplined Spontane,” Zone: Contemporary Art, NYC, 2010

“The Art Connection:Art for Public Spaces,” The Maryland Institute College of Art, 2004

“ExSpace Book Project,” The Knitting Factory, NYC, 2003

“Perimeters: Painting,”  LICK Gallery, Long Island City, NY, 2000

SELECTED COMMISSION WORKS

Commissioned by Local 2110 to create an installation commemorating 10 years of union organizing by the United Auto Worker’s Technical, Office, and Professional branch Amalgamated Lithographer’s Building, NYC, 1994

Commissioned to create paintings and drawings for Ang Lee’s “The Wedding Banquet,” 1992, Oscar Nominee for Best Foreign Language Film in 1994

Designed title graphics for Hal Hartley’s short feature, “Theory of Achievement”, 1991

Designed title graphics for Hal Hartley’s feature film, “The Unbelievable Truth”, 1989

AWARDS

Arts Writers Grant, Creative Capital | Andy Warhol Foundation, 2016

Painting Fellowship, New York Foundation for the Arts, 1990

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

“Noise For Signal”, Pac Pobric, The Village Voice, June 13, 2018

“R.C. Baker: ” . . . and Nixon coming” | the draft”, Emily Warner, The Brooklyn Rail, April 2- May 30, 2009

“Art Critic R.C. Baker Wins Warhol Foundation Grant“, The Village Voice, December 2, 2016

“Manhattan Over Our Heads,” March 22, 2016

The Village Voice, in conjunction with “The Critics Who Contributed to Christian Jankowski’s ‘Review‘,” Blouin ArtInfo, July 5, 2012

SELECTED TEXT AND TALKS

Editor In Chief of The Village Voice, 2021–present    

Visiting critic, New York University Steinhardt MFA program in Studio Art, 2011-present   

Zoom presentation of Voices Beyond—a 25-minute video covering the history of The Village Voice within a general overview of postwar journalism and culture in New York City—to a class of international naval officers in residence at the Naval War College in Newport, RI., 2022

Senior Editor and Archivist at The Village Voice, 2018-2020    

Delivered talk, Cold War Gray, at Bulgaria’s National Gallery of Art in Sofia. With historical context provided by such imagery as classic surrealist paintings, Soviet propaganda photographs, and 1970s album covers, I explored the complex themes and aesthetic concepts surrounding American artist Brian Dailey’s photo collages, 2014

“Moving Words” Lecture on the convergence of themes in 1960s film, including avant-garde shorts, the Zapruder home movie, the Batman TV series, and Godard’s “Sympathy for the Devil” 23rd Summer Festival, Bol, Croatia, 2012

“Illuminating the Text” Lecture on artists who use text in visual art, with a video projection of my work in progress “President: ‘Why?’ ” 2010

“Illuminating the Text” Gallery talk about works combining art and text, including my book “The Terminal Century,” in conjunction with the exhibit “Disciplined Spontaneity”

Zone: Contemporary Art, NYC, 2010

Commentator for the Ovation channel documentary “Jeff Koons: Made in Heaven”

Panelist on the National Academy Museum and School of Fine Art’s review of the Whitney Biennial National Academy Museum, NYC

Juror on panel selecting group shows proposed by emerging curators

NURTUREart, Brooklyn, New York, 2008

Panelist, “Manhattan Transfer,” exhibition discussion of artists’ working conditions and inspirations in New York City and surrounding areas, Zone Chelsea Gallery, NYC, 2006

Village Voice preview of “Come to Crumbland / R. Crumb & Robert Hughes: A Conversation” read by library president Paul LeClerc to introduce the underground cartoonist and the art critic at “Live from the NYPL” event

New York Public Library, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, NYC, 2005

 Moderator for the panel “The Future of the Graphic Novel”

New York Is Book Country, New York University, NYC, 2004

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OSVALDO ROMBERG

Osvaldo Roberg Untitled (De La Tour), 1998 Oil on canvas 14 x 10 inches, framed

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ROMARE BEARDEN

Romare Bearden Blues Singer from the Delta, 1987 Watercolor, collage 30 x 40 inches

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MARIO MERZ

Mario Merz ‘IT IS AS POSSIBLE TO HAVE A SPACE WITH TABLES FOR 88 PEOPLE AS IT IS TO HAVE A SPACE TABLE FOR NO ONE,’ 1973 Double-sided pen drawing on paper 37.5 x 26 inches

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DAVID SALLE

David Sallie

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