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March 23, 2006

John Currin Talks at The New School

I think I need a MAO Clone.. too many art events to go to, not enough of me to see them all! I'm freaking missing the art openings, and Teun Hocks new book signing & lecture @ Aperture tonight.. to take Mom and Daddy MAO to dinner and then to Jersey Boys the Musical.. I know I must be going to hell heaven for this one!

Next Week... A MAO Must..  "Public Art Fund Talks" with John Currin  (from the New School Website)

John_currin_fisherman_2000 Tues., March 28, 6:30 p.m. $5. Audiocast at www.online.newschool.edu.

Location: Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street.

New York City-based painter John Currin has had more than 20 solo shows, including John Currin, organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, which traveled to the Whitney Museum of American Art (2003) and a works on paper show organized by the Des Moines Art Center which traveled to the Milwaukee Art Museum (2003). His work is the subject of a new monograph co-published by Rizzoli and Gagosian Gallery in 2006. Now in its 11th year, with a new title, Public Art Fund has produced this ongoing lecture series of presentations and discussions by some of today's most influential artists, critics, and curators, including Takashi Murakami, Jeff Koons, Rachel Whiteread, Matthew Barney, Gabriel Orozco, Pipilotti Rist, Tony Oursler, Catherine David, Kasper Konig, Okwui Enwezor, and Lynne Cook. For information, call Public Art Fund at 212.980.3942. Presented by Public Art Fund in association with the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School.

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I love it..

figuration is rarely more than pedestrian.

I'm sure Mom and Daddy MAO had a great time.

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