at the National Academy, sponsored by artcritical
Friday, October 1, 2004


DAVID COHEN, KEN JOHNSON, MAUREEN MULLARKEY and JERRY SALTZ on Justine Kurland at Gorney, Bravin & Lee, Richard Deacon at Marian Goodman, Rackstraw Downes at Betty Cuningham and Pipilotti Rist at Luhring Augustine

clockwise: Justine Kurland The Fencer, 2004, toned silver gelatin print, 22-3/4 x 17-3/4 inches, Courtesy Gorney Bravin & Lee. Richard Deacon Red Sea Crossing, 2003, oak and stainless steel, sculpture in two parts: 64 x 136 x 126 inches, 80-1/4 x 204-3/4 x 153-1/2 inches, Courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery. Pipilotti Rist Herbstzeitlose, 2004, installation shot, Courtesy Luhring Augustine Gallery. Rackstraw Downes Water-Flow Monitoring Installations on the Rio Grande near Presidio, TX, 2002-2003 (5 parts. Part 1: Facing South, The Gauge Shelter, 1.30pm), oil on canvas, 28.5 x 42 inches, Courtesy Betty Cuningham Gallery



1: Introductory remarks by Gregory Amenoff, President, The National Academy

2: David Cohen introduces the panelists, Ken Johnson, Maureen Mullarkey, and Jerry Saltz

3: The Slideshow

4: Justine Kurland at Gorney Bravin & Lee

5: Richard Deacon at Marian Goodman

6: Rackstraw Downes at Betty Cuningham

7: Pippilotti Rist at Luhring Augustine

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