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Spring 2001


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Artists Talk On Art Panel Series

Spring 2001 Calendar

February 2 through May 11, 2001,
Fridays at 8pm at the Phoenix Gallery

Molly Barnes, Program Director
Molly Barnes
See Mar..2nd 2001
$6 General Admission, $3 Students and Seniors with ID, Passholders FREE
A word of caution about our panels:
Sometimes we have to change a date or make a substitution for a speaker. To be sure to catch the right act, please call 212-779-9250 and check our announcement.
Wolf Kahn, painter
Wolf Kahn
See Mar..23rd 2001
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February 2nd 2001

Videos from the 10th Street Clubhouse with Willem deKooning, Harold Rosenberg and Herman Cherry

Moderator: Molly Barnes, art dealer, author, ATOA Program Director
Sherman Drexler,
Jay Milder, painter and Rhino Horn founder
Organized by Molly Barnes

Willem DeKooning
Willem deKooning

February 9th 2001

Young Artists Trying to Make It in New York

Moderator: Deborah Solomon, critic, author and writer for The New York Times Magazine
Panelists: Rebecca Smith, artist and director of the Bellwether Gallery
Sarah Bedford, artist
Jeanne Lorenz, artist
Amy Wilson, artist
Organized by Donna Marxer

Rebecca Smith and Deborah Solomon Cancelled
Donna Marxer will be Moderator

Transcript available!

Deborah Solomon
Deborah Solomon

February 16th 2001

New York Cityscapes Painters

Moderator: Tom Christopher, painter
Roman Scott, painter
David FeBlond, painter
Organized by Molly Barnes

February 23rd 2001

Shapes of Sounds/ Sounds of Shapes

Moderator: Kathleen Laziza, executive director of the Micro Museum
Norman Ballard
, laser sculptor, whose projections on the Guggenheim skylight were a highlight of the Nam June Paik show
Frances Whitney, laser-video-electroluminescent sculptor recently featured in a documentary on cable channel E!
Jack Ox, This artist received a grant from Ars Electronica to develop MIDI-based software and has been working on the 21st Century Virtual Reality Color Organ with her collaborator Dave Britton, for over 3 years
Bob Sturm, composer who uses data from particle collisions to program his synthesizers and demonstrate how computer music might advance high-energy particle physics.
Flash Light, interactive audio-video light sculptor who also is writing his own software for a MIDI-based visual synthesizer

Laser projection on Guggenheim skylight
Norman Ballard's laser projection, "Sweet and Sublime," on the Guggenheim skylight.

March 2nd 2001

"Hoteliers Who Support the Visual Arts"

Moderator: Molly Barnes,
James Knowles,
owner of the Roger Smith Hotel
Stanley Bard, owner, Chelsea Hotel
and others
Organized by Molly Barnes

James Knowles
James Knowles
Molly Barbes
Molly Barnes

March 9th 2001

What is Renaissance Art?

Why does does this period continue to fascinate
contemporary painters and scultptors
Michele Kidwell-Cohen, moderator
Natalie Edgar, painter
Angel Orensanz, sculptor
Greg Wyatt, sculptor

Michele Kidwell-Cohen
Michele Kidwell-Cohen

March 16th 2001

Mary Frank in dialogue with Eleanor Munro

Mary Frank, artist
Eleanor Munro, critic, writer and author of the newly reissued
originals: American Women Artists and other books

March 23rd 2001

"Art as Energy"

Molly Barnes, programming director of ATOA,interviews
Wolf Kahn, artist
Progressing from the teachings of Hans Hoffman through a love for Pierre Bonnard; Wolf Kahn's landscapes combine an intuitive sense of color with the dynamics of the abstract to create a colorist's interpretation of reality uniquely his own.
Organized by George Rada

Donna Marxer will replace Molly Barnes.

Wolf Kahn
Wolf Kahn

March 30th 2001

"The Art of Collecting"

Gregory Peterson, collector
Donna Marxer, painter, and writer
Organized by Molly Barnes

George Rada will replace Donna Marxer.

March 31th 2001

Postal deadline for Curator's Choice contest

See contest description for information

April 6th 2001

Clement Greenberg's World

Janice Van Horne,widow of Clement Greenberg reads from her book:
Letters to Harold: The Making of an American Intellectual

Clement Greenberg
Clement Greenberg

April 13th 2001

"Good Friday"

April 20th 2001

Art Dealers: How they choose artists.

Louis Newman, director M.B. Modern
Jim Kempner, owner Kempner Gallery
and others

Louis Newman, director  M.B. Modern
Louis Newman

April 27th 2001

Curator's Choice

Curator: Denise Bibro, Chelsea gallery owner
Panalists: The winners of the annual Curator's Choice competition
Steven Shores
Susan Tunick
Sarah Crisp
Elizabeth Glauer
Shawne Major
See contest description for information

May 4th 2001

Women Painters: Support Systems Revisited

Moderator Phyllis Braff, critic New York Times
Clare Romano, painter
Phyllis Herfield, painter
Marcia Gigli King, painter

May 11th 2001

Slide Night

Five Dollars/ Five-Slides/Five Minutes
Come see what your fellow artists have been doing. Bring 5 slides of your work and be prepared to talk about them for no more than five minutes. Admission, if you're showing slides, is only $5 Sign in at 7:00 to load slide trays.

The End of our Spring 2001 season.
Check this site for our Fall Calendar in October 2001....