1999-1990 Exhibitions

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==1999== ==1999==
'''[[Yuanfei Hotel]]'''<br> '''[[Yuanfei Hotel]]'''<br>
-October 1 November 28, 1999<br>+October 1 – November 28, 1999<br>
Melba Price Melba Price
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May 31 - November 17, 1996<br> May 31 - November 17, 1996<br>
-'''[[N44°57.488' W93°16.353']]'''<br>+'''[[N44°57.488' W93°16.353']]'''<br>
-February 16 May 8, 1996<br>+February 16 – May 8, 1996<br>
Michael Rathbun Michael Rathbun
==1995== ==1995==
'''[[Balancing Act]]'''<br> '''[[Balancing Act]]'''<br>
-November 10, 1995 January 10, 1996<br>+November 10, 1995 – January 10, 1996<br>
Jackie Kielkopf Jackie Kielkopf
'''[[Bewildered Image2|Bewildered Image<sup>2</sup>]]''' <br> '''[[Bewildered Image2|Bewildered Image<sup>2</sup>]]''' <br>
-August 11 October 15, 1995<br>+August 11 – October 15, 1995<br>
Lance Kiland and T. L. Solien Lance Kiland and T. L. Solien
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==1993== ==1993==
'''[[Paper Futures]]'''<br> '''[[Paper Futures]]'''<br>
-October 22, 1993 January 2, 1994<br>+October 22, 1993 – January 2, 1994<br>
Stanley J. Shetka, Christie Hawkins, Rick Peterson, Tom Lane, Julie Baugnet, Bill Bukowski, Mary Ann Osborne, Jane Thompson, Bruce McClain, Denise Ballman, Jason Barnett, and Richard Wagner Stanley J. Shetka, Christie Hawkins, Rick Peterson, Tom Lane, Julie Baugnet, Bill Bukowski, Mary Ann Osborne, Jane Thompson, Bruce McClain, Denise Ballman, Jason Barnett, and Richard Wagner
'''[[Blue-Collar Gothic]]'''<br> '''[[Blue-Collar Gothic]]'''<br>
-August 6 September 26, 1993<br>+August 6 – September 26, 1993<br>
Shannon Morrissey and Jay Wittenberg Shannon Morrissey and Jay Wittenberg
'''[[Judyland]]'''<br> '''[[Judyland]]'''<br>
-April 29 July 4, 1993<br>+April 29 – July 4, 1993<br>
Judith Onofrio Judith Onofrio
'''[[I Wuv You]]'''<br> '''[[I Wuv You]]'''<br>
-February 19 April 11, 1993<br>+February 19 – April 11, 1993<br>
Melba Price, Bruce Tapola and Oakley Tapola Melba Price, Bruce Tapola and Oakley Tapola
==1992== ==1992==
'''[[Nightmare at the Helmsley Palace]]'''<br> '''[[Nightmare at the Helmsley Palace]]'''<br>
-December 18, 1992 January 31, 1993<br>+December 18, 1992 – January 31, 1993<br>
Judith Yourman Judith Yourman
'''[[Quincentennial Chicano/Latino Mural]]'''<br> '''[[Quincentennial Chicano/Latino Mural]]'''<br>
-October 13 November 29, 1992<br>+October 13 – November 29, 1992<br>
Armando Gutierrez G., John Acosta, Carlos Menchaca and Michael Russel Armando Gutierrez G., John Acosta, Carlos Menchaca and Michael Russel
-'''[[Yoltéotl]]'''<br> +'''[[Yoltéotl]]'''<br>
-October 12 November 29, 1992<br>+October 12 – November 29, 1992<br>
Renato Lombardi, Robert Coane, Amy Cordova, Ray Roybal and Maria Santiago Renato Lombardi, Robert Coane, Amy Cordova, Ray Roybal and Maria Santiago
'''[[Art & Life|Art + Life]]'''<br> '''[[Art & Life|Art + Life]]'''<br>
-July 7 September 20, 1992<br>+July 7 – September 20, 1992<br>
'''[[CAUTION: Eye Protection Required in This Area]]'''<br> '''[[CAUTION: Eye Protection Required in This Area]]'''<br>
-May 10 June 28, 1992<br>+May 10 – June 28, 1992<br>
John Largaespada and Alyn Silberstein John Largaespada and Alyn Silberstein
'''[[Mercies and Reason]]'''<br> '''[[Mercies and Reason]]'''<br>
-February 29 April 19, 1992<br>+February 29 – April 19, 1992<br>
Thomas Rose Thomas Rose
==1991== ==1991==
'''[[Paper Dreams on Fire]]'''<br> '''[[Paper Dreams on Fire]]'''<br>
-December 20,1991 February 9, 1992<br>+December 20,1991 – February 9, 1992<br>
Bruce Anderson, David Baker and Frank Bigbear Bruce Anderson, David Baker and Frank Bigbear
'''[[Until Death Do Us Part]]'''<br> '''[[Until Death Do Us Part]]'''<br>
-October 20 December 1, 1991<br> +October 20 – December 1, 1991<br>
-Will Agar, John Gregor, Sue Kyllönen, Peter Latner, Mark Luinenburg and Diana Watters+Will Agar, John Gregor, Sue Kyllönen, Peter Latner, Mark Luinenburg and Diana Watters
'''[[The Sixth Joyful Mystery: The Occurrence at Gall]]'''<br> '''[[The Sixth Joyful Mystery: The Occurrence at Gall]]'''<br>
-July 26 September 9, 1991<br>+July 26 – September 9, 1991<br>
Sara Belleau Sara Belleau
'''[[Dark Illuminations]]'''<br> '''[[Dark Illuminations]]'''<br>
-July 26 September 9, 1991<br>+July 26 – September 9, 1991<br>
Jeff Millikan Jeff Millikan
'''[[Plants and Animals, Simple Tools and So Forth]]'''<br> '''[[Plants and Animals, Simple Tools and So Forth]]'''<br>
-May 19 July 7, 1991<br>+May 19 – July 7, 1991<br>
Robert Lawrence Robert Lawrence
'''[[Furniture, I Presume]]'''<br> '''[[Furniture, I Presume]]'''<br>
-March 3 April 28, 1991<br>+March 3 – April 28, 1991<br>
Brian Jon Foster, David Tuttle Swanson, Mic Johnson and Ira A. Keer Brian Jon Foster, David Tuttle Swanson, Mic Johnson and Ira A. Keer
==1990== ==1990==
'''[[The Academic Dialogue]]'''<br> '''[[The Academic Dialogue]]'''<br>
-December 21, 1990 February 3, 1991<br>+December 21, 1990 – February 3, 1991<br>
Kurt Anderson, Lisa Bormann, Olexa Bulavitsky, Steve Gjertson, Jean Grapp, Richard Kochenash, Don Koestner, Gary Korlin, Richard Lack, Mike Lahey, Steve Levin, Mike Lynch, Dale Redpath, Jerry Rudquist and Cyd Wicker Kurt Anderson, Lisa Bormann, Olexa Bulavitsky, Steve Gjertson, Jean Grapp, Richard Kochenash, Don Koestner, Gary Korlin, Richard Lack, Mike Lahey, Steve Levin, Mike Lynch, Dale Redpath, Jerry Rudquist and Cyd Wicker
'''[[Obscure Objects of Desire]]'''<br> '''[[Obscure Objects of Desire]]'''<br>
-July, 13 September 9, 1990<br>+July, 13 – September 9, 1990<br>
Scott Brennan, Polly Kiesel and John Snyder Scott Brennan, Polly Kiesel and John Snyder
'''[[Kazuaki Sugi]]'''<br> '''[[Kazuaki Sugi]]'''<br>
-May 13 June 24, 1990<br>+May 13 – June 24, 1990<br>
Kazuaki Sugi Kazuaki Sugi
'''[[The Other Foot in the Door Show]]'''<br> '''[[The Other Foot in the Door Show]]'''<br>
-February 25 April 15, 1990<br>+February 25 – April 15, 1990<br>

Revision as of 01:37, 8 February 2008

cvipasca

Contents

1999

Yuanfei Hotel
October 1 – November 28, 1999
Melba Price

Human Nature
July 16 - September 5, 1999
Frank Sander

Padberg/Toscani
April 23 - June 27, 1999
Carol Padberg and Amy Toscani

Frank Gaard: Portraits
February 26 - April 11, 1999
Frank Gaard

1998

Common Objects/Obsessive Forms
December 18, 1998 - February 7, 1999
Jan Elftmann, Bill Klaila, Joy Kops, Alan Wadzinski, Rollin Marquette and Rick Salafia

Morrison's Horizon
October 25 - December 6, 1998
George Morrison

Mantras: Paintings of Repetition
July 31- September 28, 1998
Barbara Kreft

Relative Perfection
May 8 - June 28, 1998
Leigh Kane, Cynthia Morgan, and Barbra Nei

Holocaust Bone Structures
March 6-April 19, 1998
Roy Strassberg

1997

From Where My Parents Came: Portraits from the Ukraine
December 19, 1997 - February 8, 1998
Katherine Turczan

Theater of Machines
October 10 - November 30, 1997
Irve Dell and Brad Kaspari

Nature World
August 1 - September 21, 1997
David Lefkowitz

Shana Kaplow/Shannon Kennedy
May 9 - June 29, 1997
Shana Kaplow and Shannon Kennedy

Reginald Sanders
February 28 - April 20, 1997
Reginald Sanders

Airport Case Exhibits: Earth, Water, Air, and Fire
January - December 1997

1996

Riverheart
December 13, 1996 - February 2, 1997
Linda Rossi

Earth, Water, Air, and Fire
May 31 - November 17, 1996

N44°57.488' W93°16.353'
February 16 – May 8, 1996
Michael Rathbun

1995

Balancing Act
November 10, 1995 – January 10, 1996
Jackie Kielkopf

Bewildered Image2
August 11 – October 15, 1995
Lance Kiland and T. L. Solien

Rivers Merging
May 12 - July 16, 1995
Kinji Akagawa

James L. Tanner: Unrolling Reflection
February 10 - April 16, 1995
James Tanner

1994

Treatment Plan
November 11, 1994 - January 15, 1995
Gabrielle Ellertson

Dancing between the Known and the Magical
August 19 - October 16, 1994
Gary Erickson and Brian Frink

Hagen/Hark: New Walls
May 6 - July 10, 1994
Chad Alice Hagen and Mary Hark

What is the grass?
January 28 - April 10, 1994
Doug Argue

1993

Paper Futures
October 22, 1993 – January 2, 1994
Stanley J. Shetka, Christie Hawkins, Rick Peterson, Tom Lane, Julie Baugnet, Bill Bukowski, Mary Ann Osborne, Jane Thompson, Bruce McClain, Denise Ballman, Jason Barnett, and Richard Wagner

Blue-Collar Gothic
August 6 – September 26, 1993
Shannon Morrissey and Jay Wittenberg

Judyland
April 29 – July 4, 1993
Judith Onofrio

I Wuv You
February 19 – April 11, 1993
Melba Price, Bruce Tapola and Oakley Tapola

1992

Nightmare at the Helmsley Palace
December 18, 1992 – January 31, 1993
Judith Yourman

Quincentennial Chicano/Latino Mural
October 13 – November 29, 1992
Armando Gutierrez G., John Acosta, Carlos Menchaca and Michael Russel

Yoltéotl
October 12 – November 29, 1992
Renato Lombardi, Robert Coane, Amy Cordova, Ray Roybal and Maria Santiago

Art + Life
July 7 – September 20, 1992

CAUTION: Eye Protection Required in This Area
May 10 – June 28, 1992
John Largaespada and Alyn Silberstein

Mercies and Reason
February 29 – April 19, 1992
Thomas Rose

1991

Paper Dreams on Fire
December 20,1991 – February 9, 1992
Bruce Anderson, David Baker and Frank Bigbear

Until Death Do Us Part
October 20 – December 1, 1991
Will Agar, John Gregor, Sue Kyllönen, Peter Latner, Mark Luinenburg and Diana Watters

The Sixth Joyful Mystery: The Occurrence at Gall
July 26 – September 9, 1991
Sara Belleau

Dark Illuminations
July 26 – September 9, 1991
Jeff Millikan

Plants and Animals, Simple Tools and So Forth
May 19 – July 7, 1991
Robert Lawrence

Furniture, I Presume
March 3 – April 28, 1991
Brian Jon Foster, David Tuttle Swanson, Mic Johnson and Ira A. Keer

1990

The Academic Dialogue
December 21, 1990 – February 3, 1991
Kurt Anderson, Lisa Bormann, Olexa Bulavitsky, Steve Gjertson, Jean Grapp, Richard Kochenash, Don Koestner, Gary Korlin, Richard Lack, Mike Lahey, Steve Levin, Mike Lynch, Dale Redpath, Jerry Rudquist and Cyd Wicker

Obscure Objects of Desire
July, 13 – September 9, 1990
Scott Brennan, Polly Kiesel and John Snyder

Kazuaki Sugi
May 13 – June 24, 1990
Kazuaki Sugi

The Other Foot in the Door Show
February 25 – April 15, 1990