Art Projects International is pleased to present a series of exhibitions and events at multiple venues entitled Ten Years 1993-2003: Art Projects International to celebrate the gallery's 10-year anniversary in New York. Two exhibitions-one at im n iL in Greenpoint, Brooklyn and another at Art Projects International in Tribeca in Manhattan-will offer a rare opportunity to see current work by a selection of international artists who have shown with Art Projects International over the last ten years. The exhibition will also include works of several artists showing with API for the first time.
Art Projects International @ im n iL (Greenpoint, Brooklyn)
213 Franklin Street, Brooklyn, New York 11222
(Take the G train to Greenpoint Ave. Use India St. exit. Walk to Franklin and Freeman)
Videos and Live Performances: Saturday, November 22, 4-7 PM
Artists: David Brody, Christian Brown, Paddy Hamilton, Akiko Ichikawa, Pouran Jinchi, In-Hyung Kim, Yeong Gill Kim, Choong-Sup Lim, Anders Moseholm, Gerald Pryor, Ward Shelley, Hilda Shen, Laurie Simmons, Kazue Soma, Gordon Terry, Gwenn Thomas, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Emmanuelle Waeckerle, Holly Zausner and Jian-Jun Zhang
Art Projects International (Tribeca, Manhattan)
429 Greenwich Street (at Laight Street), Suite 5B, New York, New York 10013
Phone: 212-343-2599 E-mail: email@example.com
Artists: Jian-Jun Zhang, Gwenn Thomas, Hilda Shen, Choong-Sup Lim, Il Lee, In-Hyung Kim, Pouran Jinchi
The book, Art Projects International: Ten Years, published in conjunction with the exhibition to mark the 10-year anniversary, is generously illustrated and includes original essays written specifically for this publication by noted critics. The writers include Saul Ostrow, Dean of Fine Arts and Chair of Painting, Cleveland Institute of Art; Jonathan Goodman, a New York based poet and art critic who contributes to Art in America, Sculpture, and Art Asia Pacific and teaches at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn; Margaret Sheffield, an art critic who contributes to Art in America and Sculpture and teaches at Bard College in New York; Xenia Tetmajer von Przerwa, a writer in the field of Contemporary Chinese Art and a Beijing correspondent for Art Asia Pacific; Yu Yeon Kim, an independent curator (Kwangju Biennale, Johannesburg Biennale); Erik Bakke, a New York based artist and writer; and April Kingsley, a curator at Kresge Art Museum in Michigan.
This book is made possible, in part, by the generous support of Amorepacific Cosmetics (USA), Inc, Binggrae, and others.
For exhibition and book information, contact 212-343-2599 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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