Annette Gallo
Since 2002
Works in Brooklyn United States of America

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Listing release- Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery- Inaugural exhibition


Please find below the listings release for Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery upcoming
inaugural exhibition ArtApparatus opening on September 18, 2003. If you have
any questions or would like to see images of work that will be on display or
of the new space, designed by Michael Gabellini, please do not hesitate to
contact me.

All the best,
Annette

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Annette Gallo
Blue Medium Inc.
216 West 18th Street, No. 703B
New York, NY 10011
T: (212) 675-1800
F: (212) 675-1855
E: annette@bluemedium.com
www.bluemedium.com

FOR IMMEDIATE LISTINGS
GALLERY: CHELSEA

BRYCE WOLKOWITZ GALLERY
INAUGURAL GROUP EXHIBITION, ARTAPPARATUS

Works by Jim Campbell, Alan Rath, John F. Simon Jr., and Steina

On View September 19 through November 1, 2003
Opening Reception Thursday, September 18, 2003, 6

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ROBOT at EYEBEAM Starts tomorrow!


Please join us for Eyebeam's ROBOT, a 4 day festival of robotic talent.=


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Eyebeam ROBOT 7/12-7/15 listings


For Immediate Listings Release

Eyebeam presents
ROBOT:
A four day festival of robotic talent, workshops, and presentations

Saturday, July 12

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Visual AIDS this Wednesday!!!!!


Hi Everyone-

It is my distinct honor to invite you to A Big Hairy Deal

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Producer of "Waking Life" at Eyebeam, June 20


EYEBEAM presents

Tommy Pallotta, producer of "Waking Life"
Working Hypothesis Lecture Series
June 20, 5-7pm
540 W. 21st Street (between 10th & 11th Aves)

Eyebeam's Moving Image Division will present filmmaker Tommy Pallotta as
part of its Working Hypothesis lecture series. Pallotta, producer of the
groundbreaking film "Waking Life" (2001), will screen and discuss recent
experimentation's in the hybrid genre machinima (machine animation).

The Working Hypothesis series highlights practical and conceptual issues
concerning the moving image arts by bringing in artists working in the field
for discussion. Presenters generally divide their time between a private
critique for the Moving Image Division's Production Artists and a public
presentation to students, artists and filmmakers. Past speakers include
photographer Gregory Credson, writer/director Michael Almereyda and Director
of Photography Toshi Ozawa.

This event is free to the public with a suggested donation. For more
information visit our web site at www.eyebeam.org or contact
melanie@eyebeam.org.