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Tatana Kellner

Tatana Kellner EYE WITNESS November 11 – December 20, 2000 As an artist I am concerned with the human condition both historically and in the present time. In my work I try to transcend the everyday experience in a way that will stir both my own and viewer’s emotions. I grapple with the baggage of […]

Lili Almog

Lili Almog September 9 – October 22, 2000 I choreograph photographic portraits in private bedroom settings. The image that results reveals the exchange between artist and model. The portraits disclose character rather than a simple document of a moment in time. Following this encounter, I alter the photographs on the computer with drawings and writing. […]

Liliana Porter

Liliana Porter THE SPACE INSIDE THE MIRROR July 15 – August 27, 2000 This exhibition contains black-and-white and Cibachrome photographs selected from the years 1995 through 2000. Some include collage or assemblage. They present toys, figurines, and objects taken from popular culture standing in isolated empty spaces. Sometimes I create dialogues among them, theatrical situations. […]

Moonlight Becomes You

Moonlight Becomes You a Thousand and One Nights of Peace on Earth curated by Kate Menconeri July 15 – August 27, 2000 You’re all dressed up to go dreaming Now don’t tell me I’m wrong And what a night to go dreaming Mind if I tag along? (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen, from Moonlight Becomes […]

FUTURE / PERFECT

FUTURE / PERFECT: Modern Fables of Love, Death, and Desire curated by Kathleen Kenyon artists: Davis & Davis, Cynthia Greig, Judy Hiramoto, Heather Ryan Kelley, Lori Newdick, and Susan Wides May 27 – July 2, 2000 Artists are invited to a party (Houdini and Joan of Arc are compatriots) Ring in the New Year Out […]

Josephine Sacabo

Josephine Sacabo EL MUNDO INALCANZABLE DE SUSANA SAN JUAN (THE UNREACHABLE WORLD OF SUSANA SAN JUAN) May – July 2, 2000 El Mundo Inalcanzable de Susana San Juan is a series of photographs based on the Mexican novel Pedro Páramo a tragic myth of Mexico, by Juan Rulfo. The setting is a town in ruins; […]

Waking Breaking Making

WAKING, BREAKING, MAKING curated by Barbara Head Millstein April 1 – May 6, 2000 The Center asked the international photographic community: What are the fundamental issues you face day in and day out? How do you spend your time? What do you value? What do you forego? What do you create and what can you only […]

Phyllis McCabe

Phyllis McCabe TEXTURES OF THE HUDSON VALLEY April 1 – May 6, 2000 I like to think of my photography as a means of expressing my appreciation and acknowledgement of the beauty in the world  – I bring this beauty to the eyes of others. My work consists of subjects in nature ranging from a […]

Margaret Casella

Margaret Casella SUMMER GARDEN April – May 6, 2000 Part still life, part kinetic, and part conceptual art, photographs rendered in the technique of emulsion and image transfer explore the boundaries of traditional photography. Margaret Casella’s unique presentation of the commonplace challenges the viewer to see beyond the image. She uses photography to enhance visual […]