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Indulgences
 Walter Robinson

Dorian Grey Gallery, 437 East 9th St., NYC

new paintings and works on paper. Robinson’s work visualizes the idea of indulgence, both in terms of contemporary consumer appetites and in reference to the religious practice by which sins can be forgiven. A member of the so-called “Pictures Generation,” Robinson took part in the historic “Times Square Show” in 1980. He had his first exhibition of romance paintings at Metro Pictures in 1980, and also exhibited widely in the East Village during the beginning of the decade. - thru Mar 31

Another doodle and this time it’s LYDIA (with a wolfsbane crown because let’s be honest with each other, she is the QUEEN OF EVERYTHING)

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Wekfest East 2014: Pregame & Show | SNTRL.com by Halcyon Photo & Cinema

Come check out a exhibition I’ve been working really hard on. :)


Times Square Show Revisited

On view at The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery at Hunter College 

September 14 – December 8, 2012

Opening Reception September 13, 6-8 PM

The Hunter College Art Galleries are pleased to present Times Square Show Revisited, an in-depth look at the original Times Square Show, on view from September 14-December 8, 2012. Times Square Show Revisited is the first focused assessment of the landmark 1980 exhibition organized by the artist group Collaborative Projects, Inc.

The Times Square Show, hailed by the Village Voice as “The First Radical Art Show of the ‘80s,” included some one hundred artists and sprawled across four floors and the basement of a disused massage parlor on the corner of 41st Street and 7th Avenue in New York City. In addition to experimental painting and sculpture, the exhibition incorporated music, fashion, and an ambitious program of performance and video. For many artists, such as Kiki Smith, Jenny Holzer and Tom Otterness, the exhibition served as a forum for the exchange of ideas, a testing-ground for work in progress, and a catalyst for exploring new artistic directions.

With contributions from over 40 artists of the more than 100 originally participating, Times Square Show Revisited reflects the spirit of the original with a mix of extant sculpture, painting, and video—most of which has not been on public view since 1980. The show features rarely-seen photography, archival material, and ephemera documenting the crucial role of performance, fashion, and music at the Times Square Show. 

Times Square Show Revisited is curated by Shawna Cooper, post-war art historian and graduate of the Hunter College Master’s Program in Art History, in association with Karli Wurzelbacher, also a Hunter alumnae and a PhD candidate in twentieth-century American art at the University of Delaware. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue and comprehensive website, which include extensive interviews with the participants in the original exhibition. In addition, a lively schedule of public programming will accompany the chronicle of this groundbreaking exhibition. 

A partial list of artists represented in Times Square Show Revisited includes Charlie Ahearn / John Ahearn /Jules Allen / Beth B / Scott B / Jean-Michel Basquiat / Marc Blane / Caterina Borelli / Andrea Callard / Eva DeCarlo / Jane Dickson / Coleen Fitzgibbon / Bobby G / Matthew Geller / Mike Glier / Ilona Granet / Mimi Gross / Keith Haring / Julie Harrison / Jenny Holzer / Becky Howland / Francene Keery / Justen Ladda / Aline Mare / Alan Moore / Tom Otterness / Cara Perlman / Judy Rifka / Walter Robinson / Christy Rupp / Kenny Scharf / Terise Slotkin / Jane Sherry / Jack Smith / Kiki Smith / Wolfgang Staehle / Kathleen Thomas / Diane Torr / Rigoberto Torres / Robin Winters. 

Times Square Show Revisited is made possible through the generous support of Diane and Arthur Abbey, Richard Anderman, the David Bershad Fund, Hester Diamond, Barbara Grodd, the Agnes Gund Exhibition Fund, Nancy Kuhn and Bernard Nussbaum, Tony Shafrazi, the Solo Foundation, Sunberry’s Café, and an anonymous donor.

Times Square Show Revisited will be on view from September 14-December 8, 2012 at the Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery, 68th street and Lexington Avenue, SW corner. A special opening reception will be held on September 13 from 6-8pm. More information about the exhibition can be found at www.timessquareshowrevisited.com

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:

Annie Wischmeyer: awischme@hunter.cuny.edu

The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery/The Times Square Gallery

695 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10065    phone: 212.772.4991   fax: 212.772.4554

Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 1-6pm    www.hunter.cuny.edu/art/galleries

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Travels in the U.S.A

-Indianapolis 500 in Indianapolis, Indiana

-Weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada

-Hike Appalachian Trail

-Dallas, Texas

-New Years Eve in Times Square, NYC

-Today Show audience in Rockefeller Plaza, NYC

-Disneyworld/Disneyland in Florida/California

-Houston, Texas

-Chicago, Illinois

-Broadway show in NYC

-Mardi Gras in New Orleans

-Nashville, Tennessee

-Austin, Texas