Robin Kahn

Bio

COLLECTIONS

Akron Art Museum, Akron, OH
Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY
Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, NY
Documenta und Museum Fridericianum Veranstatungs-GMbH
J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, CA
Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ
Mary Kay Cosmetics, Inc. Elige Collection
Museum of Modern Art, NYC
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Smithsonian, Washington, DC
New York Public Library, Special Collections, NYC
Marvin & Ruth Sackner Archive of Visual & Concrete Poetry, Miami, FL
Sallie Bingham Center for Women’s History & Culture, Duke University, NC
Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC

SOLO EXHIBITIONS & PROJECTS

2015
Critical Practices Inc, NYC.
Solo exhibition of paintings www.criticalpractices.org

2014
MAP2013 Arts & Human Rights Festival, Dallas, TX.
Solo installation with an interactive component by Western Saharan women (catalog)


2013
RO2 Gallery, Dallas, TX.
Solo exhibition of paintings


2012
dOCUMENTA (13), Kassel, Germany.
Solo installation with an interactive component by Western Saharan women
titled “The Art of Sahrawi Hospitality” (catalog)

2010
The NY Art Book Fair, MoMA/PS1, LIC, NY.
Solo exhibition of self-published book projects & book launch of Dining in Refugee Camps:
The Art of Sahrawi Cooking published by Autonomedia Press, Brooklyn, NY.

2009
ARTifariti III, Algeria & The Liberated Territories of Western Sahara.
Artist project (catalog)


2006
Mulry Fine Art, W.Palm Beach, Fla.
Solo exhibition of painting & sculpture titled “Everybody Needs a Wife”

WFMU’s Intelligent Design with Kenny G
Robin Kahn Sings Patti Smith’s “Horses”, www.fmu.org


2005
WFMU’s Intelligent Design with Kenny G
Robin Kahn Sings Carole King’s “Tapestry”, www.fmu.org


2004
Printed Matter, NYC.
Book launch of Sexual Lovemaking for Dummies w/solo exhibition of self-published editions & publications

WFMU’s Intelligent Design with Kenny G
Robin Kahn sings Jesus Christ Superstar www.fmu.org


2001
Bill Maynes Gallery, NYC.
Solo exhibition of painting & sculpture titled “Flora & Fauna” (catalog)

The American Gallery, Jeffersonville, NY.
Solo exhibition of painting & sculpture titled “Flora &Fauna II”


1998
Richard Move Dance Company, NYC.
Set design for “Martha at Mother”

Esso Gallery, NYC.
Project room installation titled “Skin Deep”


1997
Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC.
Solo exhibition titled “Sensible & Systematic”

Summer Reading, Printed Matter, NYC.
Window installation for group exhibition “Summer Reading”


1996
149 Books/Paula Cooper Gallery, NYC.
Window installation titled “Bookmarks”


1995
Susan Inglett Gallery, NYC.
Solo exhibition titled “I’m Stuffed,I’m Starved”


1994
Kim Light Gallery, LA, Ca.
Solo exhibition

1993
Jersey City Art Museum, NJ
Solo exhibition titled “Aim High & Do Your Best” (Gary Sangster, curator)

Horodner Romley Gallery, NYC.
Solo exhibition titled “Embroidered Samples” (Saul Ostrow, curator)

UNIFEM, United Nations, NYC
Solo installation titled “Who Cooked the Last Supper?”


1991
Andrea Rosen Gallery, NYC.
Two person exhibition with John Currin

Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT.
Solo exhibition (Anne Pasternak, curator)

Galerie Sophia Ungers, Köln, Germany.
Solo exhibition

1990
White Room, White Columns, NYC
Solo exhibition (Bill Arning, curator)

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2016
The Cathedral of St John the Divine, NYC. The Value of Food 

(Kirby Gookin & Robin Kahn, curators- catalog)


2013
Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Art Gallery, NYC. War is for the Living (catalog)


2012
Bienal, Montevideo, Uruguay.El Ojo Colectivo; En Busqueda de Otra Subjetividad. (Heinz-Norbert Jocks, curator).

Archivo Emily Harvey, Venice, Italy. Papyri: Guestbooks, Bookworks and Similar Departures by Guests of the Emily Harvey Foundation, 2004-2012. (catalog)

2011
The Center for Book Arts, NYC. With Food In Mind
(Nicole Caruth, curator- catalog)


2010
Lions Gallery, Museovault, Miami, FL. In Light of Recent Events, Spectre/Event Horizon,
(Jason Sinopoli, curator)

Museum Lichtenberg, Berlin, Germany. Horse With No Name


2009
The National Museum of Women in the Arts, The Smithsonian Institution,
Washington, DC. Telling Secrets

Phillips Collection, Washington DC. Café dB Foundation,(Elaine Tin Nyo, curator)

2008
Domestico ’08, Madrid, Spain, El Kiosco del Sur

ARTifariti II, Free Territories of Western Sahara. Taina-Correo del Desierto

Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA. Global Yawning

Water Closet Gallery, U.Wisconsin Green Bay, WI. 100 Mail Art Postcards (catalog)


2007
Caren Golden Fine Art, NYC. Brief Encounters

Bravin Post Lee, NYC. Ornament Ho Hum

Mulry Fine Arts, W.Palm Beach, Fla. Home Turf

Cynthia Broan Gallery, NYC. What F Word? (catalog)

Ruth Bachofner Gallery, Bergamot Station Arts Center, Santa Monica, CA. Pillow Talk

The Laurence Sterne Trust, Shandy Hall, York, UK, Bookshop of Experimental Literature

2006
U Mich, Ann Arbor, MI. ebayaday: World Travels of Complete Artist Listings, December 2006.
www.ebayaday.com (catalog)

Museo Nacionales Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain. But I Was Only Acting
(Kirby Gookin, curator.)

Peter Blake Gallery, Laguna Beach, Ca; Lisa Coscino Gallery, Pacific Grove, CA.
Flow, Fine Lines- Hobie Commissions Surfboard Editions (Dianna Cohen, curator- catalog)

RedHead Project Space, Lower Manhattan Cultural Center, NYC. A History of Women’s Art

Living Room, Providence, RI. As Is

Art in General, NYC. Fine Art Adoption Network (Seth Price, curator- catalog)


2005
Museo Nacionales Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain. Cárcel de Amor: Relatos Culturales Sobre la Violencia de Género, (Berta Sichel, curator- catalog)

La Carboneria, Sevilla, Spain, Salon del Carbon

Mulry Fine Arts, W.Palm Beach, Fla. Introduction

Harvestworks, NYC. Fluxsweet Fluxus Sound Compositions performed with Alison Knowles (Rossbin Productions, producer-video & audio dvd)


2004
Columbia University, NYC. Connect the Dots

Sotheby’s, NYC. Lynne Cohen Foundation

White Columns, NYC. 35th Anniversary Exhibition and Benefit Auction


2003
Gallery M, NYC. 3-2-1

Art Metropole, Toronto, Canada. Instant Gratification

2002 Jean Slusser Gallery, U Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. What’s the Use?
(Heather Nicol, curator - catalog)

Santa Monica Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA. Shirt Off Your Back

Lombard-Freid Gallery, NYC, Friends and Family

Bill Maynes Gallery, NYC.


2001
Brooklyn Museum of Art, NYC. Family Album: Brooklyn Collects

Elsa Mott Ives Gallery, NYC. Dreams

White Columns, NYC. Benefit Exhibition and Auction


2000 Museum of Modern Art, NYC. Open Ends: Uncommon Common Books,

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA. 9th Biennial Art Auction 2000,

Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY. Artists Books (catalog)

Bill Maynes Gallery, NYC.

Castle Gallery, The College of New Rochelle, NY. IDY2K (catalog)

Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, MD. Snapshot (cd-rom catalog)

White Columns, NYC. White Columns 30th Anniversary Exhibition and Benefit Auction

1999
Bill Maynes Gallery, NYC.

Lombard-Freid Gallery, NYC. Persuasion

Muelle de las Carabelas, Foro IberoAmericano de la Rábida,
Huelva, Spain. Puerto de las Artes

Galeria Buades, Madrid, Spain. Il Salon Refractorio

Emily Peterson Gallery, NYC. Marilyn Monroe X-Times (catalog)

Richard Anderson Gallery, NYC. The Passion/Passions of Art


1998
The Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. Seeing Money

Fred Dorfman Projects, NYC. Tip of the Iceberg

Terrain Gallery, SF, CA. HA! Selections from the Mirth Collection

Puck Building, NYC. Mary Kay Collects

GAGA Gallery, NYC. The Jewel Box: Bang on a Can (Patrick Callery, curator- catalog)

White Columns, NYC. Raise the Roof


1997
Marlborough Gallery Chelsea, NYC. Icon/Iconoclast (Raymond Foye, curator- catalog).

Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn, NY. The Feminine Image
(Donald Kuspit curator - catalog)

ChristineRose Gallery, NYC Thread (catalog)

Printed Matter, NYC. Summer Reading (Kirby Gookin, curator -catalog)


1996
CRG Gallery, NYC. La Toilette de Venus

The Art Exchange Show, NYC. The Most Important Thing in the World (Bill Arning-curator)

Gramercy Hotel, NYC. Gramercy International Contemporary Art Fair (Susan Inglett Gallery)

Hotel Majestic, Barcelona. Spain. Intervenciones-Cavecanem: New Art Barcelona

Brooke Alexander Gallery, NYC. Limited Edition Artists Books Since 1990

White Columns, NYC. What I Did On My Summer Vacation

Thread Waxing Space, NYC. Incestuous (Carter Kustera, curator)

Thread Waxing Space, NYC. Scratch (Mel Chin, curator - catalog)


1995
Lombard-Freid Gallery, NYC. Wheel of Fortune
Art In General, NYC. Hardwear Fashion Show (catalog)

Art in the Anchorage, Brooklyn, NY. Creative Time Presents Material Matters (catalog)

The National Arts Club, NYC. Intimacy (Raymond Foye, curator)

Diverseworks, Houston, TX. Rezone

Christine Rose Gallery, NYC. Revealing Desire

White Columns, NYC. 25th Anniversary Benefit Exhibition


1994
Apex Art, NYC. Athena & Arachne ( Casey Kaplan, curator- catalog)

The New Museum of Contemporary Art, NYC. Bad Girls (Marcia Tucker,curator - catalog)

Garnet Press, Toronto, ONT. Dreaming of You

Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, MA. A Garden

The Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. Material Concerns

I.C. Editions, NYC. Press On (brochure)

Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI. Labor and Leisure

YWCA Gallery, NYC. By a Hair's Breadth ( Jane Dickson-curator)

White Walls, Chicago, IL. Book Marks


1993
Artists Space, NYC. Artists Choose Artists- 20th Anniversary Exhibition
(Selected by Mike & Doug Starn)

The Drawing Center, NYC. The Return of the Cadavre Exquise (catalog)

Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, Buffalo, NY. White Men in Suits (catalog)

Villa Val Lemme Foundation, Torino, Italy. Ladies’ Wear and Accessories, Pimpinette

Exit Art, NYC. 1921

Galerie Sophia Ungers, Köln, Germany. The Young Americans

Palm Beach Community College of Art, FL. Art, Money and Myth

The InterArts Center, NYC. The Rag Trade

Jersey City Art Museum, NJ. Contacts/Proofs

University Art Gallery, SUNY, Stonybrook, NY. Concepts with Neon (catalog)


1992
Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin; Städtisches Kaufhaus, Leipzig, Germany.
Getting to Know You (Dean McNeil, curator- catalog)

Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA. Effected Desire (brochure)

Exit Art, NYC; Wexner Art Center, OH. Fever

Max Protetch Gallery, NYC. A New American Flag

Sevilla, Spain. Premia Exposicion Pintura

Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI. Hair (catalog)

Robbin Lockett Gallery, Chicago, IL. Multiplicity

Berland-Hall Gallery, NYC. A Paper Trail


1991
Massimo Audiello Gallery, NYC. Per Barclay, Suzan Etkin, Robin Kahn, Rudolf Stingel

Lino Silverstein Gallery, Barcelona, Spain. Limits of Perception (Octavio Zaya, curator- catalog)

Galerie Sophia Ungers, Köln, Germany. Gulliver’s Travels (catalog)

Simon Watson Gallery, NYC; New Langton Arts, SF,CA. The Back Room

R.A.W. Hartford, CT; Hallwalls, Buffalo, NY; New Langton Arts, SF, CA. The A. Project

Simon Watson Gallery, NYC. The Subversive Stitch (Maurice Berger-curator)

The New Museum of Contemporary Art, NYC. 1991 Benefit Auction

White Columns, NYC. White Columns Update-1990 (catalog with cover illustration)

Stux Gallery, NYC. House of Horrors, Candy Ass Carnival (Cary Leibowitz-curator)

4 Walls, Brooklyn, NY The Projected Audience (Bill Arning-curator)


1990
Tom Cugliani Gallery, NYC. Death/Desire

Galerie Antoine Candau, Paris, France. All Quiet on the Western Front (catalog)

Galerie Sophia Ungers, Köln, Germany.
LC Armstrong, Rebecca Horn, Robin Kahn, Jutta Koether, Liz Larner, Rosemarie Trockel


Fernando Alcolea Gallery, NYC. Blind Date


1989
Marta Cervera Gallery, NYC. Robin Kahn, Mike Kelley, Ann Mesner, B. Wurtz


1988
Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY. Biennial

 


PUBLIC ART PROJECTS

2013
MAP2013 Arts & Human Rights Festival, Dallas, TX. The Art of Sahrawi Hospitality

(solo installation and interactive art project between the public and refugee women from
Western Sahara) - catalog


2012
dOCUMENTA (13), Kassel, Germany. The Art of Sahrawi Cooking
(solo installation and interactive art project between the public and refugee women from
Western Sahara)- multiple catalogs & publications


2011
El Aiun, The Occupied Territories of Western Sahara; Sahrawi Refugee Camps in
Algeria; Sevilla, Spain; New York University, NYC.
Sahara Libre! / Sahara Horra!. International Day of Action (simultaneous actions) Organized with Kirby Gookin for Tania Brugheria’s “International Day of Action Immigrant Movement International”


2005-6
El Festival Entre Culturas, Centro de Arte, Sevilla, Spain- Guadilquivir River.
Copilandia (a copyright-free island on a boat equipped with art materials, copiers of all media, computers, sound systems; with copyable art, music and writings by 300 international artists, students and community members) Organized by the art collective GRATIS (Victoria Gil, Federico Guzmán, Kirby Gookin & Robin Kahn)

 

 

2002
Manifesta, 4, Frankfurt, Germany. Free Manifesta
(Kirby Gookin & Robin Kahn ) www.freemanifesta.org

Creative Time, NYC. Time to Consider: The Arts Respond to 9.11
(Kirby Gookin & Robin Kahn)

Exit Art, NYC. Reactions: A Global Response to 9/11
(Kirby Gookin & Robin Kahn)


2001
The Whitney Museum of Art, Printed Matter, NYC & multiple venues citywide.
Free Biennial Organized by SOS Int’l (Kirby Gookin & Robin Kahn) www.freebiennial.org


1996
Além da Água , El Museo Contemporario de Arte, Badajoz, Spain- Guadiana River.
Copiacabana (an itinerant, floating cork bulletin board designed to receive and disseminate ideas on the geo-political issues of water rights and intellectual property. Featured public messages in the form of art, music and writing by local and international artists and community residents) Organized by the art collective GRATIS (Victoria Gil, Federico Guzmán, Kirby Gookin & Robin Kahn)


1995
Bilbao River, Portulaguete, Spain. Isla del Copyright (an exhibition of anti-copyrighted art, literature, and music on a boat with free copying equipment) Organized by the art collective GRATIS (Victoria Gil, Federico Guzmán, Kirby Gookin & Robin Kahn).

SOS Int’l & Creative Time Inc, NYC. Time Capsule: A Concise Encyclopedia by women Artists (a copyright free, publication-as-public-art anthology of projects by more than 500 women artists) Robin Kahn, Editor. edition 3000

Paula Cooper Gallery, NYC. Time Capsule Launch Party (a night of music and performance where artists in the publication made multiples to exchange with each other and the public)
Organized by Robin Kahn; Sponsored by Creative Time Inc, NYC


1993-4
Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT; Thread Waxing Space, NYC; Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, Sevilla, Spain; Storefront for Art and Architecture, NYC; Bomb Magazine, Parkett Magazine. Cápsula de Tiempo Córdoba (exhibitions & projects related to 1992 project for Expo ’92) Organized by the art collective Agencia de Viaje (Travel Agency: Victoria Gil, Federico Guzmán, Kirby Gookin & Robin Kahn)


1992 -3
Expo'92, Sevilla, Spain. Cápsula de Tiempo Córdoba (a public art project in the form of a time capsule whose contents are unlimited and determined by its public audience)
Organized by the art collective Agencia de Viaje (Travel Agency: Victoria Gil, Federico Guzmán, Kirby Gookin & Robin Kahn) for Intervenciones Plus Ultra.

1993
SOS Int’l, NYC. Promotional Copy (a copyright free artist anthology in the form of a yellow pages) Robin Kahn: Editor edition 300

Guggenheim Museum SoHo, DIA Center for the Arts & Holly Solomon Gallery, NYC. Promotional Copy Publication Party (simultaneous performances, music, poetry and video by artists in the publication) Organized by Robin Kahn


The Kitchen, NYC; L.A.C.E., Los Angeles, CA. Promotional Copy Events
(evenings of performances, music and video by Promotional Copy artists)
Organized by Robin Kahn


1992
SOS Int’l, NYC. Special Issue (a copyright free recipe book that has nothing to do with food )
with photocopied and unique projects by 50 artists). Editor: Robin Kahn edition 100


1991
S.O.S. Int’l , NYC (Created the publishing collective to produce public art projects in the form of books and other printed matter)


CURATORIAL PROJECTS

2015
The Cathedral of St John the Divine, NYC. The Value of Food: Sustaining a Green Planet 

(a group exhibition exploring the intersection of contemporary art with global food issues) Curated with Kirby Gookin (catalog)


2012
The NY Art Book Fair, MoMA/PS1, Long Island City, NY. Art as a Weapon: Friendly Fire/Artists & Activists (installation of self-published artists books) Organized with Kirby Gookin


2011
NY Art Book Fair, MoMA/PS1, LIC, NY. SOS Intl + Mis Dias Press (installation of Kahn’s self-
published artists books & projects.)

Angel Orensanz Foundation, NYC. Fiesta Saharaui (an evening celebration of Sahrawi Culture) Curated with Alonso Gil, Kirby Gookin & Federico Guzman.

Sahrawi Refugee Camps of Tindouf Algeria and Tifariti, The Free Territories of Western Sahara. ARTifariti: V (The Revolt of Freedom Arts Festival)
Organized International Festival w/ The Gdiem Izik Curatorial Collective.


2009
DIA Center for the Arts, NYC. VendorBar (actions between artists and public that resulted in the production and distribution of art editions) Editions|Artists’ Books Fair’09,
The Special Event Series. Curated with Kirby Gookin

2007
Emily Harvey Foundation, NYC. The Holiday Shopping Show IV (exhibition and sale of affordable editions made by artists especially for the event) Curated w/ Takedo Shimada.

A Window on Weehawken St and West 10th, NYC Free Show (weekly series of interactive performances by eteam, Nancy Hwang, Alison Knowles, Larry Miller, Jean Toche, Taketo Shimada & Federico Guzman) Curated with Kirby Gookin www.freeshownyc.org


2005
PS1 Radio, The Clocktower, NYC. Recorded Matter with David Platzker Presents
Robin Kahn’s “RRiot Grrrls” (webcast and live radio show with Kahn talking about and playing her favorite riot girl music) www.PS1.org


PS1 Radio, The Clocktower, NYC. Recorded Matter With David Platzker Presents Robin Kahn’s “Sound Artistes” (webcast and live radio show radio show with Kahn talking about and playing her favorite feminist sound art) www.PS1.org

2004
Museum of Sex, NYC. Get Off! Exploring the Pleasure Principle (Inaugural museum exhibition of contemporary art) Curated by Robin Kahn with a selection of historical ephemera curated by Kirby Gookin).

Printed Matter On-line. The Subversive Homemaker. (Kahn presents a virtual exhibition of self-published books, projects and editions made by women artists) www.printedmatter.org

Wallspace Gallery, NYC. The Holiday Shopping Show III (affordable art editions made for the exhibition by a group of contemporary artists) Organized by Robin Kahn


2003
WallspaceGallery,NYC. The Holiday Shopping Show II (affordable art editions made for exhibition with a series of scheduled performances) Organized by Robin Kahn


2002
Wallspace Gallery, NYC. The Holiday Shopping Show ( affordable art editions made for exhibition with a series of scheduled performances) Organized by Robin Kahn


2001
Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. To Market To Market (an exhibition where artists created commercial and promotional strategies to directly engage the public with their art projects)


1998
Bound&Unbound Books & Leslie Tonkonow Artworks+Projects, NYC.
Disappearing Act (an exhibition of temporal artworks that ended when the last piece disappeared) Curated with Kirby Gookin

 

LECTURES, WORKSHOPS, PANELS

2015-2016:

The Cathedral of St John the Divine, NYC. The Value of Food (multiple presentations)

2014:
CAFA Art Museum,Bejing,China. The Collective Eye Symposium

United Nations, NYC. UN General Assembly’s Commission on the Decolonization of Africa and Western Sahara (4thCommittee Petitioner).


2013:
Museum of Modern Art, NYC. “Dining in Refugee Camps: The Art of Sahrawi Cooking.”
Brown Bag Lunch Series.

Algiers, Algeria & Sahrawi Refugee Camps The International Women’s Conference on The Right to Resistance: Sahrawi Women Case (Delegate).

Adelphi University, Garden City, NY. “Women of Western Sahara.”

Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Art Gallery, NYC. “Western Sahara: The Art of Sahrawi Cooking.” (Presentation at War is For the Living )


2012:
United Nations, NYC. UN General Assembly's Commission on the Decolonization of Africa and Western Sahara (4Th Committee Petitioner).

Baruch College, NY. “The Western Sahara: Art and Visibility in the Fight for Independence.”


2011:
Left Forum, Pace University, NY “Art as a Weapon”.

Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ Art Forum Lecture Series. Department of Art & Design

Fordham University, NYC. Graduate Department of Art and Art History,

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY. Graduate School of Art and Architecture.


2009
Sahara Libre Wear, IPCNY Talks at the Editions|Artists’ Book Fair ’09, X-Initiative, NYC.

Printed Matter, NYC, First Annual Award for Artists, Juror


2008:
Artists Space podcast “The Three…Artist-Activist-Feminist” with Chrysanne Stathacos,
Ute Meta Bauer, Judith Barry,Robin Kahn, Sylvia Kolbowski, Zoe Leonard, Joan Jonas & Martha Wilson.” www.artistpace.org


2007
Museum of Modern Art, NYC. Junior Associates Studio Tour.


2004
School of Art and Design, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Penny Stamps Distinguished Visiting Lecturer,


2003
Columbia University, NYC. MFA School of Fine Arts, Lecturer with Kirby Gookin.


2002
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, “What’s the Use?” Panelist.


2001
Americas for the Arts, NYC . “Compel + Provoke: Public Art 2001 “ Invited by Anne Pasternak


2000
Exploring Multimedia, School of Visual Arts, NYC.

Monte Vista Elementary School Albuquerque, NM. Visiting Art Teacher (Spring Semester)


1998
Parsons School of Design


1997
Nassau County Museum of Art, NY. The Feminine Image Presentation


1996
Facultad de Bellas Artes, Cuenca, Spain, (Spring). Copiacabana ( Seminar
investigating ideas related to intellectual property concluding with development
of projects for the exhibition) Artist/Critic.

Cooper Union, NYC.

New School For Social Research, NYC


1993
Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany. Getting to Know You. Panelist


1992
Facultad de Bellas Artes, Cuenca, Spain, Cápsula de Tiempo Córdoba,
(Spring semester seminar investigating ideas related to public art, time capsules and the
preservation of material culture). Workshop leader.

AWARDS

2011 Artist Residency, Emily Harvey Foundation, Venice, Italy
2009: ARTifariti, Artist Residency, Sahrawi refugee camps in Algeria
1999 BCAT Residency, Brooklyn, NY
1996 Art Matters Inc., Supporting Grant, NYC
1995 Citywide Grant, Creative Time, NYC
1989 National Endowment for the Arts, Fellowship Grant, Washington DC.
1988 Art Matters, Inc., Supporting Grant, NYC
1987 Artists Space, Supporting Grant, NYC
1985 M.S. Webb Grant, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY