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The third talk in a three-part series led by art historian and critic Marcia Vetrocq

WHERE THE TRUTH LIES: On Veracity, Conscience and Subjectivity in Recent Art


Wednesday 25 April 2007
7 pm

Gonzales has been known for his politically charged paintings based on photographs and documents culled from the archives of American history and popular culture. The artist's subject matter has included such diverse topics as the Hooter's girls, Lee Harvey Oswald, The White House and self-portraiture. His work may be found in public and private collections internationally, most notably the Dallas Museum of Art , Dallas, TX and the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY. In New York he shows with Paula Cooper Gallery.

Open House Wednesdays are FREE and supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. Additional support for “Where the Truth Lies” series comes from the Experimental Television Center whose Presentation Funds are provided by the New York State Council on the Arts.

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council presents O P E N . S T U D I O . W E E K E N D . April 27-29

The Council’s signature Workspace artist residency serves a diverse group of 30 emerging artists and writers. Starting with a party at 6-10PM on Friday, April 27, the Council will open its studio spaces to the public for only the second time since the session began in September. Artists and writers will show work created while in-residence at the studios, during a Saturday night screening, and at a Sunday night “Open Texts” reading and performance. Both locations are downtown.
All events are FREE and OPEN to the public.
RSVP is required for all events.
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Mark your calendars

Wednesday, May 2 (7 pm) DORKBOT: people doing strange things with electricity
Presentors are: Stephanie Rothenberg, David Galbraith, Mike Montana

Wednesday, May 16 (7 pm) SLART(TM) : Art in Second Life
a presentation by Richard Minsky. more...

Wednesday, May 23 (7 pm) Amanda McDonald Crowley, Executive Director of EYEBEAM

in the galleries... through Friday, May 25th
Main Gallery:
Virtual Minefield, an installation which features a "phrasealator." more...
Project Gallery:
StarLine Tours
an installation of video, audio and digital prints. more...
These exhibitions have received support from the Peter Norton Family Foundation and the New York State Council for the Arts, by the Arts Council of Ireland/An Chomhairle Ealaíon, and the Irish American Cultural Institute.

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LOCATION ONE is a not-for-profit organization devoted to convergence between visual, performing and digital arts in a time of rapidly changing technology. We invite artists from different disciplines and from different countries to work in our studios. We ask them to experiment with the new technologies of artistic creation, interaction and delivery. We urge them to collaborate in creating new works and give them virtual Internet spaces and physical gallery space to exhibit the results. Our goals are to foster the creation of new work, new forms of expression, and new capabilities in artists, and to advance new awareness in all those we reach.