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         Artists Lives & Works General:     more books (45)
  1. Wild Lives: The Animal Kingdom of Charles Lynn Bragg by Charles Lynn Bragg, 1995-05
  2. Leni Riefenstahl-Five Lives: A Biography in Pictures (Photobook) by Ines Walk, 2001-03-15
  3. Painters and Their Works (Volume 2); A Dictionary of Great Artists Who Are Not Now Alive, Giving Their Names, Lives, and the Prices Paid for by Ralph N. James, 2010-10-14

61. ArtPace | Artists
Born 1955, San Juan, Puerto Rico lives and works in San York in Miami, Javier LumbrerasFine Art, Coral Gables, FL 1991 Outloud artists Engulfed Against

artists. New York Midmarch Arts Press, 1995. ARTS N 6538 N5 G86 1995.Discusses the lives and works of 162 artists. Articles
Searching for books on a particular artist , e.g. Chris Burden In ORION 2 In Quick Search type: Chris Burden and click on Name Search . You will retrieve a posting of titles by and about the artist at UCLA. Click on the postings and then the records. If you are looking for a particular work type in the artist's name and a word from the title and click on Keyword In MELVYL Subject search for Chris Burden will retrieve a list of titles by and about the artist at UCLA and other campuses in the UC system. Searching for books on groups of artists by nationality, ethnicity, style, movement, or genre Do a Subject search in either ORION2 or MELVYL If you get zero results, do a Keyword search and click on Long Display when you find a good record. You will see the official subject heading which you can click on to retrieve more records. Some examples of subject headings:
mexican american art, performance art, site-specific art, african american art 20th century, sculpture modern california 20th century Other useful Online Catalogs to search
The Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities Online Catalog (IRIS) DADA, Online Catalog of the Museum of Modern Art

63. Chinese Contemporary Art | Goedhuis Contemporary London And New York | Pioneerin
Light Industry Institute The artist lives and works France, Shanghai 1988 Shen Fan'sworks on Paper Changning Cultural District Center, Shanghai artists of the
952 Born in Jangyin Town, Jiangsu
1986 Graduated from the Fine Arts Department of the Shanghai Light Industry Institute
The artist lives and works in Shanghai
2002 Pioneering Abstraction from Shanghai: The Paintings of Shen Fan, Goedhuis Contemporary, New York
2000 Shen Fan, New Works, ShanghART, Shanghai
Shen Fan, Chinese Contemporary Gallery, London
1998 Shen Fan, Chinese Contemporary Gallery, LondonShen Fan Ceramics Work, European Ceramics Work Center, S'-Hentogenbosch, The Netherlands
Shen Fan, 14-1 Gallery, Stuttgart, Germany
1997 Un/Limited Space, #1 Shen Fan, Consulate General of Germany, Shanghai
Shen Fan, Consulate General of France, Shanghai 1988 Shen Fan's Works on Paper, Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai Shen Fan, Max Planck Institute, Tubingen, Germany SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2001 Metaphysics 2001, Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai 2000 Shanghai 2000, Walsh Gallery, Chicago, USA Artists of the Gallery, Galerie 14-1, Stuttgart, Germany

64. Mosaic Matters - Links To Other Sites
BAMM member Jo Letchford lives and works in Canterbury, UK. As well as displayingsome of the artists own work this site has a guest gallery for any mosaic

65. ART NOTES: Symphony To Perform Works Of Weber, Mozart
Seeger, who now lives in Asheville, is a member participated in over a hundred recordingswith other artists. known for his 1930s Social Realist works, but in
Asheville, NC March 14, 2003 HOME CLASSIFIEDS CARS JOBS ... SUBSCRIPTIONS SITE SEARCH 7 DAY ARCHIVE Select News Sports Business Entertainment Editorial Schools Letters OBITUARIES HOME NEWS SPORTS OBITUARIES ... SPECIAL REPORTS CITIZEN-TIMES NEWSROOM Submit a News Tip Ethics Policy Write a Letter to the Editor Agenda 2003 Forum on Schools and Education Get breaking news and headlines in your email. Join our public forums.
ART NOTES: Symphony to perform works of Weber, Mozart
March 14, 2003 5:37 p.m. ASHEVILLE - The Asheville Symphony Orchestra will continue its 42nd season of Masterworks concerts will a March 22 performance at Thomas Wolfe Auditorium. Conducted by Music Director Robert Hart Baker, the program will feature classical music by Weber, Mozart and Brahams. Estela Olevsky will be featured as piano soloist. The performance begins at 8 p.m. The concert will begin with one of the happiest pieces in the standard orchestral repertoire, the "Overture to Oberon" by Carl Maria von Weber. The full opera is rarely performed, but its rousing melodies are well known because of the frequency with which the overture is performed. Last month, the symphony performed one of the five violin concertos of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. This month's concert offers one of the greatest of his 27 piano concertos, the "Piano Concerto No. 20 in d minor, K. 466."

66. April - Arkansas Arts Center - Calendar Of Events
Art in the Seventh Age Late works of Great Masters Dr. Marvin Eisenberg be lesswellknown but more revealing about the artists, their lives and their
APRIL Exhibitions at the Arkansas Arts Center
9th and Commerce Streets Ongoing:
Without Parameters: Selections from the Arkansas Arts Center
Foundation Collection
Winthrop Rockefeller Gallery
With the expansion and renovation of the Arkansas Arts Center complete, significant examples of the Center's permanent collection are exhibited through a series of seven themes in newly designed gallery spaces. Masterworks
Jackson T. Stephens Gallery
The nucleus of this exhibition will be eight extraordinary masterworks of European painting from a private collection installed among remarkable European works from the Arkansas Arts Center Foundation permanent collection. The artists featured include Degas, Pissarro, Picasso, Monet and Chagall. Recent Acquisitions
Stella Boyle Smith Gallery
This exhibition highlights recent acquisitions. Paul Signac
Paul Signac Gallery The gallery was designed and built to house the James T. Dyke collection of watercolors and drawings by the Neo-Impressionist artist Paul Signac. His collection spans five decades of Signac's work and is the largest collection of its kind. The works range from sailboats and landscapes to still life and sea scenes. Because of this collection's international reputation, works have traveled to Japan, Paris, London, New York, Florida and the Netherlands. Current Exhibitions: Pat Musick February 20 - April 6, 2003

67. Exhibition Schedule
New works, which are expected to be produced according to List of artists Fred Wilson(b.1954 in USA) Andreas Hiroshi Sugimoto (b. 1948 in Japan, lives in USA

68. University Of New Mexico Initiatives In The Americas And Iberia
Studies on photography, architecture, folk art, artists' lives and their These worksare often published in conjunction with as well as for the general reader.
Academic Resources
Latin America Data Base
The Latin America Data Base (LADB) at the University of New Mexico offers an on-line searchable archive of over 23,000 articles on politics, economics, human rights, the environment, drugs, guerrillas, military and other stories dating from 1986 and updated weekly. It also offers back issues of Latin American economic journals in Spanish. The archive is accessible via the World Wide Web (see below) by clicking on Search Archive.
LADB produces three weekly electronic publications covering Latin American news. SourcemexEconomic News and Analysis of Mexico; EcoCentralAmerican and Caribbean Sustainable Development and Political Affairs;and NotiSurSouth American Political and Economic Affairs. LADB's experienced journalists collect stories from numerous regional and international sources and write original news reports, placing issues and events in context. Publications are e-mailed once a week or can picked up on the web site (along with the past four issues) with a password.
We offer unlimited access to the LADB archive and newsletters with an Institutional Subscription available to universities, businesses, and other organizations. Institutions can subscribe and offer password-free access to all users logging in from their computer domain. We also offer a low monthly rate for individuals who are given password access.

69. About BAVC : News : Press Releases : Spark Stokes The Fires Of Red-Hot Bay Area
and digital arts, as well as literary works in performance (ie who has brought jazzinto the lives of hundreds features include a showcase of artists and arts
Spark Stokes the Fires of Red-Hot Bay Area Arts Scene In New Weekly Series Co-Produced by KQED Public Television and Bay Area Video Coalition –Half-Hour Series Airs Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. Beginning March 26, 2003 –
–Multimedia Arts Coverage Unprecedented in Scope On-Air, Online and in the Classroom–
San Francisco, California - KQED Public Television and the Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC) have joined forces to produce Spark, a new television series and multi-media arts initiative which spotlight Bay Area visual and performing artists and arts organizations. The program’s mission is to provide dynamic content which will appeal to artists and arts lovers, as well as audiences just discovering the diverse, thriving arts scene in the Bay Area. By going behind-the-scenes to tell stories not often heard or seen by the general public and showing the creative artistic process in action, the series helps demystify contemporary art and provides a new lens through which to experience and appreciate the living artists and their work. Spark is comprised of three major elements: a weekly television series premiering on Wednesday, March 26, 2003 at 7:30 p.m. on KQED Public Television 9, which features profiles of Bay Area artists and performers, along with a calendar of upcoming events and programs; an interactive online project at, which includes a Web-based showcase of video, audio and biographical materials on Bay Area artists and performers, a guide to online arts calendars, and forums for discussion and feedback; and an education outreach program designed to leverage the series’ content in K-12 classrooms in conjunction with new California state-mandated arts education standards.

70. Fabric Workshop And Museum : Artists-in-Residence
Born in London, raised in Nigeria, Shonibare currently lives and works in CreativeProcess The processes behind works created by artists in Residence
About the Artist-in-Residence Program The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) invites contemporary artists to create new work using experimental materials and techniques. This internationally acclaimed Artist in Residence Program hosts emerging and established regional, national and international contemporary artists who have a demonstrated commitment to innovation and exploration. To that end, the FWM supports artistic experimentation by providing fees and materials to artists, and employing its facilities and staff to address their creative needs. Artists-in-residence are drawn from all disciplines, including painting, sculpture, architecture and design, conceptual and installation art, performance and video. Working collaboratively with the FWM’s staff of printers and technicians, artists are introduced to new techniques, materials, and resources, and are thus able to realize projects that would not otherwise be possible. Through this collaborative creative process, artists stretch the boundaries not only of their own work, and of the creative possibility of the various media, but also of the larger development of contemporary art. Current Artists in Residence Doug Aitken
Aitken is known for his commercial videos as well as his video installations. His video art involves a productive cross-pollination of styles borrowed from television advertising, Hollywood cinema, experimental and documentary film, as well as the music video genre a blend he refers to as "pure communication." His work was included in the 1997 and 2000 Whitney Biennials and at the 1999 Venice Bienniale, where he won the International Prize. He received his BFA from Art Center College of Design in 1991.

71. JungHaus -- The Art Gallery
Ohio exhibited works in a show called Jungian artists. and Marie Liggett, exhibitedpaintings, collage works, and prints. Michael lives in the Northwest area.
The Art Gallery
(click on thumbnail to view full-size image) Current Exhibition
Many Mandalas
March 4 to April 26, 2003
This exhibit of mandalas includes glass, acrylic on canvas, mixed media, stained glass, and glass stepping stones by artists and non-artists. Merry Gant Norris has been an established artist for 30 years in Columbus and is active in local and national art groups. She maintains the Merry Nova Studio in Worthington, Ohio, where she facilitates groups in spiritual approaches to painting mandalas.
Participating artists: Nancy Johnston, Trish Jones, Catherine Miller, Julie Miller, Jeanne Nevel, Adam Nickels, Merry Norris, Nancy Pickens, Laurel Richardson, Kathy Shaw, and Cheryl Summers
Gallery Hop Reception
Saturday, April 5th, 6:30 PM —9:00 PM Previous Exhibitions A Sense of Wonder
Landscape Photography by Jeff Thompson
January 7 to February 28, 2003
Jeff Thompson grew up in Newark, Ohio, and graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in education. After years teaching special ed, he worked in public relations, started his own advertising and marketing agency, and a few years ago created an additional business called "The Light Works," which allows him to specifically market his landscape photography. Jeff's line of greeting cards, called "A Sense of Wonder—Landscape as Metaphor," combines some of his favorite photographs with quotes from some of his favorite books. Jeff is currently working on a three-book project featuring the landscape photography he's accumulated over the past 30 years. He also has photo CDs, calendars, journals, and large format posters in the works.

release Moderator Joan Arbeiter, artist and coauthor lives AND works Talks with inthe heart of Waterfront development, with 500 artists living, working
February 11 through May 5, 2000, Fridays at 8pm at the Phoenix Gallery
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 212-965-9515
and check out our announcement.
February 11, 2000
Curator Jason Andrew in dialogue with Larry Poons,
one of the 20th century's finest living artists -
some thoughts on the past and a look to the future.
Organized by Jason Andrew
February 18, 2000
New wine in old bottles:
Resurgent media - Cloth, Encaustic, Fresco and Paper - are examined by four artists working in these media in the new modes of the 90s Panelists Carmen Kolodzey, fiber artist Joanne Mattera, artist in encaustic Sheilah Rechtschaffer, artist in, teacher of fresco Paul Wong, artist, Artistic Director, Dieu Donne Papermill
February 25, 2000
The celebrated and delightful cartoonist Jules Feiffer in dialogue with Judith Goldman, author, editor and curator

73. Dia Center For The Arts Bookshop Category Name
He lives and works in One should be able to read the general state of our technologicaldevelopment from the details. The details reveal the designer.

74. SAPL: Websites - Biography
National Gallery of Art artists’ Index artists with works in the around the worldlearn about and celebrate the achievements, lives and works of these
SAPL Electronic Services Websites by Topic Biography
African Americans Artists Astronauts/Aviators ... Women GENERAL
Biographies - This site contains data regarding historical persons related to American History.
AFRICAN AMERICANS Prominent African Americans - Look here for great biographical information on famous and not-so-famous prominent African Americans. The site includes one annotated main link for each person and generally lists a few others to try for further information. ARTISTS
- Biographies of some of the most famous comic artists, including Charles Schulz, Robert Crumb, and Bob Kane. Each biography lists birth and death dates and places, work history, accomplishments and interesting facts. They contain illustrations of comic characters and covers of comic books created by the artists. This is just one section of a site devoted to comic art history. - Artists with works in the National Gallery of Art are listed alphabetically with birth and death years and nationality along with links to reproductions of some of their works. WebMuseum, Paris Artist Index

75. Exhibiton 75; ; SemikolonJoseph Grigely, Marko Lehanka, Paul Noble, Roy Villevoy
sight, confusing, as it hardly indicates what leads the artists together. artist ofthis exhibition are Joseph Grigely, born 1956, lives and works in New

To use a semiotic term as title for a group exhibition is, at first sight, confusing, as it hardly indicates what leads the artists together. Moreover, "Semicolon" is used as a cipher to designate a certain structure, a rhythm.
Group exhibitions are ticklish. On the one hand, artistic positions are to remain independent, on the other, the aim is to seek points of contact between the works that, at best of times, shed light upon each other. Used in written language, the semicolon today designates such a point, at once establishing contact and a cut, a substitute for something not determined, frozen in motion - taking a breath before continuing.
The contributions to this exhibition are concerned with linguistic and visual forms of communication which are an integral part of our everyday life - without, however, making this common feature to their content, as in a thematic exhibition.
The artist of this exhibition are:
Joseph Grigely, born 1956, lives and works in New Jersey (USA)

76. Sam Taylor-Wood
Sam TaylorWood Born 1967, London, England lives and works in London. Féminin,Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, and Young British artists (Project for
Sam Taylor-Wood
Born 1967, London, England
Lives and works in London Sam Taylor-Wood examines emotional isolation through highly choreographed photographic scenes. Five Revolutionary Seconds XIII was taken with a camera that panned 360 degrees around a room during a five-second exposure. While the image is a still photograph, the accompanying soundtrack records sounds and conversational fragments taped during the photo shoot. The people seen are the people heard, but their speech is out of character, the sounds not correlated to the image. The work may ask, Which reality is more valid, that which is heard or that which is seen? Soliloquy I and Soliloquy V operate on multiple levels as well. Both consist of portraits positioned above a panoramic photo predella (an element common to Italian Renaissance altar paintings in which a narrative is depicted below a central image) that relates both aesthetically and thematically to the figure seen above, perhaps representing the inner reality of the person portrayed. Sam Taylor-Wood

77. Victoria Miro Gallery
BIOGRAPHY. 1961, Born in Meridianville, Alabama. lives and works in New York. EDUCATION. Home Now Showing News works artists Exhibitions Contact

78. Revue Noire African Contemporary Art Caribbean
Perhaps the greatest challenge facing Jamaican artists at this point is to safeguardthier specific identity in a rapidly lives and works in Kingston.
Jamaica Art contemporary in Jamaica
The Years Betwenn The 20 's And "Dub Poetry"
Veerle Poupeye-Rammelaere F or those who are not familiar with the subject, modern Jamaican art must seem too hybrid and diverse to identify it as a coherent art mouvement. Jamaican art is indeed in essence pluralist, although it is tied together by a common hitorical, cultural and ideological background. T D uring the 1960's a number of young Jamaican artists, most of whom had studied abroad, rebelled against the nationalist stigma attached to Jamaican art and the conceptual and stylistic limitations of the early movement? This resulted in a diversification of intersts and the intially somewhat forced introduction of new concepts such as abstraction. During the same period, the Black Consciousness movement, Rastafarianism, Jamaica's country, provided a new ideological impetus, which gave new meaning to the issue of cultural identity in Jamaican art. T A Q uite predictably, however, the Jamaican general public prefers the more traditional, realist trends in Jamaican art over the avant-garde. Several of the pioneers of the Jamaican Art Movement, such as Albert Huie and David Pottinger, are still active and continue to paint the indigenous landscapes, genre scenes and portraits that were so revolutionary some fifty years ago. A subtantial segment of the later generation of Jamaican artists has opted to work along similar lines. The most popular artist in this group is the painter Barrington Waston, who translated this traditional iconography in a grand, academistic manner. His approach is emulated by scores of lesser artists.

79. Mixed Greens | Art And Artists | Jean Shin | Resume
Born in Seoul, South Korea 1971; lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. 2002, Multitude,curated by Lauri Firstenberg and Irene Small, artists Space, New York City.

80. SAN DIEGO MUSEUM Of ART | Press Release
and Cosmopolitan Actions, the exhibition features significant works by the born inMadrid, Spain (1966), lives in Mexico All of these artists to one extent or
Director's Message General Information Frequently Asked Questions Museum History ... Archived Press Releases Contact: Chris Zook
email: Susannah M. Stringam
September 14, 2002 to March 9, 2003 Request high resolution images for media use. Axis Mexico: Common Objects and Cosmopolitan Actions , the exhibition features significant works by the current generation of Mexican contemporary artists, and as such, it contributes new knowledge on the subject. The exhibition is organized by the San Diego Museum of Art and is curated by SDMA curator of contemporary art, Betti-Sue Hertz, with the support of major grants by The Rockefeller Foundation and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Axis Mexico not only complements SDMA's burgeoning collection of Latin American art, but continues a series of major exhibitions of Mexican art that began in the spring of this year with José Clemente Orozco in the United States, 1927-1934

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