Thursday, November 02, 2006

huge center gallery opening friday!

Opening Friday, November 3 from 6-8pm
College for Creative Studies' CENTER GALLERIES presents:

In the Main Gallery:
"CCS at 100: Woodward Lecture Series Alumni"
An exhibition of work by the distinguished guests of the CCS Woodward Lecture
Series since its inception in 1998. The exhibition includes work by:

Vito Acconci
Marshall Arisman
Larry Bell
Lynda Benglis
Dawoud Bey
Dale Chihuly
Lynne Cooke
Juan Coronel Rivera
Bruce Davidson
Rackstraw Downes
Leonardo Drew
David Ebony
Larry Fink
Guillermo Gómez-Peña
Brenda Goodman
Emmet Gowin
Rudy Gutierrez
Tony Hepburn
Kristin Jones & Andrew Ginzel
Alex Katz
Rick Kaufmann
Klaus Kertess
Michael Kimmelman
Michael Lucero
Carlo McCormick
Elizabeth Murray
Forrest Myers
Thomas Nozkowski
Michele Oka Doner
Dennis Oppenheim
Albert Paley
Michael Rush
Tom Sachs
Peter Schjeldahl
Carolee Schneemann
Dana Schutz
Franklin Sirmans
Joyce Tenneson
John Torreano
Richard Tuttle
Steina Vasulka
Carrie Mae Weems
Marjorie Welish
Martha Wilson
Toots Zynsky

In Alumni & Faculty Hall:
"Celebrity Makeovers" by RejectEffect, an artists' collective featuring Maria
Prainito and Tim Gaewsky, from the CCS Fine Arts Department.

www.ccscad.edu

3 Comments:

Anonymous Curtis said...

I was excited for this show. What a fuckin' let down.

12:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yeah, pretty bad. but you have to figure they probably had a hard time getting good pieces due to restrictions from the artists' representing galleries.

4:07 PM  
Anonymous buttcher said...

Lighten up, Curtis..... please consider the difficulties of curating such a large and varied group show....... I am amazed that it even happened at all, considering all of the logistics of dealing with each artist, or their gallery. Restrictions and difficulties up the ass, I'll bet! But Michelle pulled it off, kudos to her! Its an educational exhibit, and hopefully those who see it will do their own legwork in searching out other examples of these artists' work.

7:52 AM  

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