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Auction Item Number: 95
Title: The Bath
Artist: Bill Rabinovitch, artist
URL to auction: View Auction Item 95

Panel date: 2014-04-04
Title: 2014 Whitney Counterweight
Moderator: Bill Rabinovitch, artist, videographer, Counterweight co-founder
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.org/Spring2014/April.htm#04/04

Panel date: 2004-11-19
Title: Pollock Passion
Moderator: Bill Rabinovitch, artist
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Fall04/November.htm#11/19/04

Panel date: 1998-11-06
Title: A Conversation with Peter Schjeldahl
Moderator: Bill Rabinovitch, painter and producer of "art Seen"
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Nearby/cal.html#11/06/98

Panel date: 1996-02-16
Title: Walter Robinson and Bill Rabinovitch
Panelist: Bill Rabinovitch, painter and producer of "Art Seen" cable TV show
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Spring96/calendar.htm#02/16/96

Panel date: 1995-05-05
Title: The Warhol Foundation
Panelist: Bill Rabinovitch, artist, and producer of "Art Seen" cable TV show
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Spring95/calendar.htm#05/05/95

Panel date: 1994-04-29
Title: Art Lies
Panelist: Bill Rabinovitch, artist and Producer of Art Seen cable TV program
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Spring94/calendar.htm#04/29/94

Panel date: 2014-04-04
Title: 2014 Whitney Counterweight
Organizer: Bill Rabinovitch, artist
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.org/Spring2014/April.htm#04/04

Panel date: 2004-11-19
Title: Pollock Passion
Organizer: Bill Rabinovitch, artist
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Fall04/November.htm#11/19/04

Panel date: 1998-11-06
Title: A Conversation with Peter Schjeldahl
Organizer: Bill Rabinovitch
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Nearby/cal.html#11/06/98

Panel date: 1996-02-16
Title: Walter Robinson and Bill Rabinovitch
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Spring96/calendar.htm#02/16/96

Panel date: 2014-04-04
Title: 2014 Whitney Counterweight
Description: If the Whitney Biennial comes, can the Whitney Counterweight be far behind? Grace Glueck, N.Y.Times, 1981 Bill Rabinovitch is sole curator of the 2014 Whitney Counterweight, selected entirely from work posted by artists to Facebook, which he's been continuously inspired by. He feels this makes the 2014 Counterweight contemporary with our times, and consistent with how artists now present work. The Counterweight began in the 1970's when Clement Greenberg challenged Rabinovitch to come up with a response to the Whitney Biennial, and Rabinovitch, along with Vernita N'Cognita, and Barnaby Ruhe, organized the first Counterweight in the tradition of the Salon des Refuses. Rabinovitch declares, It's time for artists to regain the territory they relinquished to the system -- where they've mostly become mere replaceable cogs producing indifferent art for market. A primary issue will be the issue of quality over quantity & what that means in terms of new thinking, feeling & drive in moving things forward toward a more meaningful art world capable of creating positive change. Work from the Counterweight will be shown, and artists will speak. See www.WhitneyCounterweight.com for a list of artists involved.
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.org/Spring2014/April.htm#04/04

Panel date: 2004-11-19
Title: Pollock Passion
Description: Director Bill Rabinovitch has recreated the Pollock legend in his DV feature film "Pollock Squared." Bill?s enlisted a wide cast of art world denizens who resemble the characters they play in this upbeat romantic epic covering a hundred years in the history of modern art. In this version Pollock doesn?t die in the car crash. Action highlights from the film will be shown followed by an extended discussion of Pollock?s continuing influence on artist?s of today. Visit www.PollockSquared.com for film details. (Amphitheater)
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Fall04/November.htm#11/19/04

Panel date: 1998-11-06
Title: A Conversation with Peter Schjeldahl
Description: Our very own Bill Rabinovitch, painter and producer of "Art Seen" on Manhattan Neighborhood Cable, interviews critic Peter Schjeldahl.
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Nearby/cal.html#11/06/98

Panel date: 1993-02-12
Title: ATOA's 3rd Annual Portrait-thon
Description: Last year you could have been immortalized by Avital, Constantine Bokav, Rosemarie Castoro, Bill Rabinovitch, Barnaby Ruhe, Karen Whitman, Bob Zierling and others for just $2 a minute.
URL to archive: http://www.atoa.ws/Spring93/calendar.htm#02/12/93

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