Exhibitions

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AMERICAN DREAM

2002, Ronald Feldman Gallery

To find out what the American Dream looks like when it is realized, three curators selected artworks by 121 established and less recognized artists working in a wide variety of media, all concerned with subjects that reflect the unique and fertile landscape of current American culture. The result creates a striking snapshot of the art world's consideration of the United ...

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FLAY, SPLAY, PLAY

2002, Espace Paul Ricard

Group Exhibition What brings the seven artists in FLAY, SPLAY, PLAY together is an especially obsessive habit to take things apart. They also share a geographic predicament -- all involved with the Brooklyn scene and SmackMellon specifically – yet it is a more strange and scientific practice that has dictated this line-up. These artists share a predisposition toward a biological ...

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FUTURE CINEMA

2002, zkm, Zentrum fur Kunst und Medien Technologie,Karlsruhe, Germany

The Cinematic Imaginary after Film Curated by Jeffrey Shaw and Peter Weibel Group Exhibition (traveling 2003-2004 to Kiasma Museum of Art, Helsinki, Finland ICC Media Center, Tokyo): The conditions of cinematographic art have changed radically over the past years. On the verge of a material revolution new possibilities of camera and production techniques have emerged that also allow new modes ...

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JOY AND REVOLUTION

2002, Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY

group show

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LOVE AND TERROR

2002, Butler Art Institute

Solo exhibition

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NEW ACQUISITIONS

2002, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Group Exhibition (Department of Photographs)

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OMEGA MANUAL

2002, Smack Mellon Studios

Group Screening

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WATERY, DOMESTIC

2002, The Renaissance Society, Chicago, IL

Group Exhibition (curated by Hamza Walker)-"Forget Irony... Have A Nice Decade." That headline appeared on the cover of the September 1991 issue of Esquire. Unfortunately, it reads as all too ironic given that the September 11th attacks took place exactly a decade later not to mention that throughout the 1990s irony was anything but forgotten. As if Wayne's World was ...

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WE LIKE TO WATCH

2002, Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY

solo show

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WE LIKE TO WATCH

2002, Van Laere Contemporary Art Gallery

Solo Exhibition