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Front cover image: Mohammad Bozorgi Destiny 3 I 2013 46.4 x 70.9 in


MOP Foundation promotes Iranian art and culture to a wider audience outside of Iran, and strives to make a notable contribution to its long-term advancement worldwide. This is accomplished by establishing programmes in modern and contemporary Iranian art, music, media and academia in partnership with world-class institutions. The charity’s primary source of funding derives from the auction of artwork generously donated by established and emerging Iranian and international artists. The success of these fundraising events held in the US, Europe and the Middle East, relies entirely on the participation and support of artists and patrons alike.

MOP Foundation is a non-political, non-religious UK-registered charity #1104066. The Friends of MOP Foundation is a US-registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organistaion. 4


Friday 7 – Tuesday 11 November 2014 Sotheby’s New York Contemporary Art Day Sale Exhibition open to the public, Sotheby’s New York Featuring artwork donated to MOP Wednesday 12 November 2014 Sotheby’s New York Contemporary Art Day Sale Artwork donated to MOP auctioned by Sotheby’s



Pooya Aryanpour Unfinished Bridge 2014 Acrylic on canvas 66.9 in diameter Courtesy of the artist Estimate: $15,000 - $20,000

Unfinished Bridge from Pooya Aryanpour’s new series entitled ‘Transient Dreams in Passing Fantasy’, are “forms of organic phenomena of the past that reminisce dissected or lacerated organs recreated through blending with residual materials and elements of oriental fantasy.”Aryanpour has held several solo exhibitions in Sweden and Iran and participated in a number of group shows internationally. Aryanpour’s work has been included in sales at auction houses such as Christies’ and Bonhams. [ Excerpt from the artist’s exhibition catalogue at Boom Gallery, Tehran, 2014 ]


Mohammad Bozorgi Destiny 3 2013 Acrylic on canvas 46.4 x 70.9 in Courtesy of the artist

Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000 Mohammad Bozorgi approaches calligraphy with an architectural eye that is evident in the mathematical structure and symmetry of letters, especially those comprising his Crying for Honour series. Bozorgi’s masterful command of the centuries-old tradition is the result of intensive studies in classical calligraphic forms. After training with the Society of Iranian Calligraphers for over a decade, Bozorgi left to pursue more innovative calligraphic forms. Drawing from his background in engineering, he makes quantitative calculations when constructing his works, using the directives of geometry to create abstract illusions of movement and space. Building on the breakthroughs of his predecessors, such as those who led the Saqqakhaneh school of Iranian painters in the 1960s, Bozorgi is recognized as a leading figure among the “New Generation” of contemporary calligraphers. [ Excerpt from the artist’s website ]


Walid El Masri The Vow Tree 2013 Mixed media on canvas 39.4 x 31.5 in Courtesy of the artist and Ayyam Gallery, London Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000 In his new series, Syrian artist Walid El Masri continues formal investigations of movement, repetition, and the transcendence of the boundaries of the picture plane through expressive compositions that utilize space to create a sense of instability in the representation of time. Here, movement refers to four stages in the life-cycle of a butterfly, with a cocoon being, “the silky envelope spun by the larvae of many insects, as silkworms, serving as a covering while they are in the pupal stage,� whereas repetition refers to multiple representations of the same subject, and transcendence refers to the reach beyond the physical limits of the canvas, causing the viewer to find himself in media res, surrounded by pictorial elements. [ Excerpt from a statement on his 2014 exhibition at Ayyam Gallery, London ]


Lalla Essaydi Bullet 3 2009 Chromogenic print 40.2 x 29.9 in Edition of 15 Courtesy of Kashya Hildebrand Gallery Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000

Lalla A. Essaydi grew up in Morocco and now lives in the USA where she received her MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts/TUFTS University in May 2003. Her art, which often combines Islamic calligraphy with representations of the female body, addresses the complex reality of Arab female identity from the unique perspective of personal experience. In much of her work, she returns to her Moroccan girlhood, looking back on it as an adult woman caught somewhere between past and present, and as an artist, exploring the language in which to “speak” from this uncertain space. Her paintings often appropriate Orientalist imagery from theWestern painting tradition, thereby inviting viewers to reconsider the Orientalist mythology. She has worked in numerous media, including painting, video, film, installation, and analog photography. [ Excerpt from the artist’s website ]


Sheree Hovsepian Sleight of Hand #76 2013 C print 39.8 x 29.9 in Edition 1 of 3 Courtesy of the artist and BISCHOFF/ WEISS

Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000 “These photographs are made in my studio where I use multiple exposures, within the camera, to make abstract forms. Between exposures, I move or shift the object being photographed. The studio is important conceptually to these works. I move in and out of the picture to manipulate the objects. In this way, I see these works as recording a performance within the studio. The wall and floor of the studio create a stage, or horizon line. I use studio experimentation as a vehicle to explore abstraction. This work takes on greater conceptual bearing when viewed in context of the “Decisive Moment” of photography. The phrase, coined by Henri Cartier Bresson, describes the precise instant that a photograph is captured. This way of thinking about the photographic image has been a guiding philosophy of modern photography. The Sleight of Hand series is made through a series of decisions. There is not one single moment, rather several over time, culminating in the finished photograph.” [ Artist statement on the Sleight of Hand Series]


Rashid Johnson The New Negro Escapist Social and Athletic Club (Butter Hold) 2011 Silver gelatin print 40 x 30 in Edition of 3 + 2 AP Courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000

Johnson’s series ‘The New Negro Escapist Social and Athletic Club’ (2008 - ongoing) revisits Johnson’s interest in portraiture within the setting of a fictional organisation modelled after African American secret society, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, also known as the Boulé, the first Greek-letter fraternity to be founded by African American men. Images in the series capture a similar sentiment to the work of James Van Der Zee, who documented real sports teams, churches, schools, and clubs during the Harlem Renaissance. The character of ‘The New Negro Escapist Social and Athletic Club (Butter Hold)’ cradles a lump of shea butter, a material abundantly used in Johnson’s work that is much admired for its soothing and healing properties. [ Excerpt from artist’s statement ]


Dzamil Kamangar The Iran Visa 2014 Bead knitting 17.7 x 15.7 in

The Iranian Passport 2014 Bead knitting 12.2 x 6.3 in

The US Visa 2014 Bead knitting 17.7 x 15.7 in

The US Passport 2014 Bead knitting 12.2 x 6.3 in

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Courtesy of the artist Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000

Dzamil Kamanger (born 1948 Kurdistan, Iran) is a visual artist living in Finland. Kamanger’s works combine traditional Central Asian craft skills with modern themes. He presents four beadworks made using a traditional Kurdish technique. As an Iranian Kurd, Kamanger is experienced in these things, because he arrived in Finland over 15 years ago as a political refugee. He has seen in practice the difference that travelling with different passports can make. [ Excerpt from the artist’s statement ]


Glenn Ligon Study for Negro Sunshine #119 2012 Oil stick, coal dust and gesso on paper 12 x 9 in Courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine Estimate: $20,000 - $30,000

Glenn Ligon is a New York based Conceptual artist. Taken from a 1909 novella by Gertrude Stein about a mixed-race woman, “negro sunshine” is the kind of ambiguous phrase that Ligon uses to speak of the history of African-Americans. Since the 1980s Ligon has been using phrases written or uttered by personalities such as Mary Shelley, James Baldwin and Malcolm X. These phrases are often oblique raising controversial or mysterious questions and leaving the viewer to work for the answers. [ Excerpt from ‘The Inside Story on Outsiderness’ by Carol Vogel, NY Times ]


Julie Mehretu Untitled 2014 Watercolour on paper 16 ½ x 23 ¼ in Courtesy of the artist and Marian Goodman Gallery, New York Estimate: $40,000 - $60,000 Julie Mehretu makes large-scale, gestural paintings that are built up through layers of acrylic paint on canvas overlaid with mark-making using pencil, pen, ink and thick streams of paint. Mehretu’s work conveys a layering and compression of time, space and place and a collapse of art historical references, from the dynamism of the Italian Futurists and the geometric abstraction of Malevich to the enveloping scale of Abstract Expressionist colour field painting. In her highly worked canvases, Mehretu creates new narratives using abstracted images of cities, histories, wars and geographies with a frenetic mark making that for the artist becomes a way of signifying social agency as well as suggesting an unravelling of a personal biography. (Excerpt from the artist’s statement)


Carter Mull Talking With Objects 2013-14 Vibra and ultraviolet ink, acrylic and printed, perforated vinyl on chiffon, dispersion and acrylic on prepared muslin 64 x 44 x 1 Âź in Courtesy of the artist Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000

Carter Mull studies the construction of identity. He is particularly interested in the relationship of the individual with the community, including an analysis of how identity is constructed using the trademark and other cultural symbols. Strict codes of the world of fashion and consumerism, as well as their communication through image, are the central themes of Mull’s latest exhibition at the CAPC in Bordeaux. In redesigning the symbols of fashion and mass culture, he updates the social mechanisms and creates his own visual world. Garish colours, logos, typography and screenshots of online shops for hipsters are careful pictorial material of the artist, through which he questions the status and production of consumer goods and, hence, the art. [ Excerpt taken from a statement for We Tell Apple Stories in Order to Live, CAPC, Bordeaux ]


Steven Naifeh Saida XI: Hunter Green 2010 Acrylic on 60 canvases 87 x 87 in Courtesy of the artist and Leila Heller Gallery Estimate: $18,000 - $25,000 Born in Iran in 1952 to American diplomats, Steven Naifeh lives and works in Aiken, South Carolina. During his childhood – spent throughout the Middle East, including Iran, Iraq, Jordan, and the U.A.E. - Naifeh became enamored by the beauty of the geometric shapes and patterns that decorated everything from the textiles to the buildings of the Islamic world. Naifeh also became interested in the mathematical basis of these shapes, and has adapted those ancient formulas to modern purposes in conceiving his geometric, often large-scale works. Naifeh is perhaps best known as the co-author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning biography Jackson Pollock: An American Saga (with Gregory White Smith). His most recent work, Van Gogh: The Life (also with Smith,) has been praised as “definitive” by the curator of Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam and was named “Art Book of the Year” by The Times of London. [ Excerpt from artist biography, Leila Heller Gallery ]


Shirin Neshat From the Passage series 2001 Gelatin silver print 22.5 x 18.8 in Courtesy of the artist Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000

“In Passage (2001), we find a more nuanced if also more mystical vision of women discreetly collaborating to achieve a common end. On screen we witness a ritualistic unity at work as the women move through a desert of obvious symbolic isolation whereby they are enabled to break free from the constraints imposed on them by men - however transiently and however isolated from Iranian society such outbreaks mark them. It matters little that the actions the segregated men and women performed in Neshat’s films and photographs are ritualistically ambiguous, prone to portentous signification and spectacle, or appear poetically obscure, even absurd (men marching herd-like through a desert; women forming a huddle on their knees to dig a hole in the desert with their bare hands as they become encircled by fire). The message that is central is the determination and solidarity forged in homosocialization -- in the desire (whether asexual or sexual) to enjoy the companionship and collective productivity of one’s own sex.” [ Excerpt from an article by G. Roger Denson, Huffington Post, 2010 ]


POOYA ARYANPOUR B. 1971 EDUCATION MA Painting, Azad University, Tehran, 1999 | BA Painting, Azad University, Tehran, 1997 | Diploma, Plastic Arts School, Tehran, 1993 SOLO EXHIBITIONS Transient Dreams in Passing Fantasies, Boom Gallery, Tehran, 2014 | Meem Gallery, Dubai, 2010 | The Cut, Aun Gallery, Tehran, 2009 | The Cut, Etemad Gallery, Tehran, 2009 | Niavaran Cultural Center, Tehran, 2007 | Cerindipity Gallery, Sweden, 2004 | Barg Gallery, Tehran, 2000 | Barg Gallery, Tehran, 1998 | Barg Gallery, Tehran, 1994 SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS Abstraction & Expression, Mellat Gallery, Tehran, 2013 | Transparency, AB Gallery, Lucerne, 2013 | Iranian Heritage, Charity Event, London, 2013 | Artists for Conservation, Golestan Gallery, Tehran, 2013 | Color of Love, Assar Gallery, Tehran, 2012 | Khak Gallery, Tehran, 2010 | Faravahar Gallery, Tehran, 2010 | AB Gallery, Lucerne, 2010 | Radical Galley at Radical house, Zurich, 2009 | In the mood for paper, F2 gallery, Beijing, 2009 | Hussenot Gallery, Paris, 2009 | Dar Al-Funoon Gallery, Kuwait, 2009 | Mall Gallery, London, 2008 | Magic of Persia, Dubai, 2008 | Aria Gallery, Tehran, 2008 | Exhibition to aid Cancer Patients, Niavaran Cultural Center, Tehran, 2007 | Hoor Gallery, Tehran, 2007 | Maah Gallery, Tehran, 2006 | Islamic World Biennial, Saba Cultural Center, Tehran, 2006 | East of Dream, Museum of Contemporary Arts, Tehran, 2006 | Contemporary Iranian Art, Beijing, 2004 | Gardens of Iran, Conceptual Art Exhibition, Museum of Contemporary Arts, Tehran, 2004 | Turning Points: Seven Iranian Artists, Columbia University, 2004 | The Sixth Painting Biennial, Museum of Contemporary Arts, Tehran, 2004 | Abim Group Exhibition, Mimara Museum, Zagreb, 2004 | A Spirtual Vision, Museum of Contemporary Arts, Tehran, 2004 | Abim Group Exhibition, Niavaran Cultural Center, Tehran, 2003 | Second Biennial of contemporary painting of the Islamic World, Tehran, Iran (The Winner) 2002 | Don O>Melveny Gallery, Los Angeles, 2002 | A Breeze from the Garden of Persia, Meridian International Center, NY, DC, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Florida, Texas, Vermont, 2002 | Second Conceptual Art Exhibition, Museum of Contemporary Arts, Tehran, 2002 | Exhibition to aid Earthquake Survivors, Tehran, 2002 MOHAMMAD BOZORGI B. 1978 EDUCATION Executive MBA Degree, Industrial Management


Institute, Tehran, 2009 | Momtaz (Outstanding/Excellent) Degree from Calligraphy Association of Iran, Tehran, 2009 | BA Biomedical Engineering, Tehran, 2002 SOLO EXHIBITIONS Ayyam Gallery, Jeddah, 2014 | Homa Art Gallery, Tehran, 2012 GROUP EXHIBITIONS Alternative calligraphy 3: Homa Art Gallery, Tehran, 2014 | Voyage: Nicolas Flamel Gallery, Paris, 2013 | The Fest of Art: Iranian Painter’s Forum, Tehran, 2013 | Word Unveiled: Geneva, 2012 | The Next Generation of Contemporary Iranian | Calligraphy: Gallery Kashya Hildebrand, Zurich, 2012 | Calligraphy: Shirin Art Gallery, Tehran, 2012 | Alternative Calligraphy: Homa Art Gallery Tehran, 2011 | In Remember of Master Roubakhsh: ART center Tehran, 2011 | Iran Invocation Land: Munich, 2010 COLLECTIONS Islamic Museum in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia LALLA ESSAYDI B.1956 EDUCATION MFA in Painting and Photography, School of The Museum of Fine Arts/ Tufts University, Boston, 2003 | Diploma in Photography and Installation, School of The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1999 | BFA FOCUS–Women and Art, Tufts University, Medford, 1999 SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS Lalla Essaydi: New Beauty, Karen Jenkins Johnson Gallery, San Francisco, 2014 | Lalla Essaydi: POÉSIE LUMIÈRE Galerie Tindouf, Marrakech, 2014 | Lalla Essaydi: Beyond Time and Beauty, Museum of Modern Art, Baku, 2014 | Lalla Essaydi: Beyond Beauty, Kashya Hildebrand Gallery, London, 2013 | Lalla Essaydi, Miller Yezerski Gallery, Boston, 2013 | Lalla Essaydi: Writing Femininity, Writing Pleasure, Oakland University Art Gallery Rochester, 2013 | Lalla Essaydi: BOUNDARIES, Amelia Johnson Contemporary, Hong Kong, 2013 | Universe, Sharjah Calligraphy Biennial, Sharjah, 2012 | Lalla Essaydi: Revisions, a Retrospective, Smithsonian African Museum of Art, Washington D.C., 2012 | Les Femmes du Magreb, Orientalist Museum, Doha, 2013 | Harem, Jackson Fine Art Gallery, Atlanta, 2011 | Les Femmes du Maroc, Karen Jenkins Johnson Gallery, San Francisco, 2011 | Lalla Essaydi: Power of Writing, National Gallery, Tangier, 2011 | Lalla Essaydi: Les Femmes du Maroc, National Gallery, Fes, 2011 | Lalla Essaydi: Power of Writing, Bab Rouah National Gallery, Rabat, 2011 | Harem, Edwynn Houk Gallery, Zurich, 2011 | Harem, Edwynn Houk Gallery, New York, 2010 | Les Femmes du Maroc, Bates Museum of Art, Lewiston, 2010

| Les Femmes du Maroc, Longyear Museum of Anthropology, Colgate University, Hamilton, 2010 | Lalla Essaydi: Les Femmes du Maroc, Zimmerli Musem at Rutgers, New Brunswick, 2010 SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS She Who Tells a Story: Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab World, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 2014 | Decisive Moments: Photographs from the Cherye R. and James F. Pierce Collection, Honolulu Museum of Art 2013-2014 | A Way with Words, i.d.e.a. Arizona Museum of Youth, Mesa, 2013-2014 | IN Focus: Recent Acquisitions in Photography New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, 2012 | In Her Eyes: Women Behind and in Front of the Camera, Newark Museum, 2012-2013 | Regards Africans Croises, Atijariwafa Bank, Casablanca, Maroc, 2012 | Sargazers: Elizabeth Catlett In Conversation With 21 Contemporary Artists, Bronx Museum, 2011 | Résonance: artistes contemporains marocains du monde, Musée privé de Marrakech, 2010 | Art of Today, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 2010 | Mapping Identity, Haverford College, Haverford, 2010 | Out of the Box: Photography Portfolios from the Permanent Collection deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, 2010 SELECTED COLLECTIONS 21C Museum, Louisville, KYAddison Gallery of American Art, Andover | Asian Civilizations Museum, Singapore | Bank Al-Maghrib Collection, Rabat, Morocco | Bates Museum of Art, Lewiston | Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University Museum, Stanford | Christian Dior Couture | Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland | deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln | DZ Bank, Kunstsammlung | Fondation Carmignac Gestion, Paris, | George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film, Rochester | Harvard Art Museum, Cambridge | Hunter Museum of American Art | Jordan National Museum of Art, Jordan | Longwood Center for the Visual Arts | Los Angeles County Museum of Art | Maramotti Collection of Contemporary Art, Via Fratelli, Emilia | Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase | Newark Museum of Art, Newark | Private collection of Catherine Woloch Lavergne, Directeur General of Europe and Middle East | Private collection of HRH Shaikha Bint Hamdan Al Nahyan, UAE Private collection of HRH Princess | Sibilla of Luxembourg AWARDS Recipient of The School of the Museum Of Fine Arts Boston Medal Award, 2012 | Rencontre Internationale TYPOGRAPHIE – CALLIFRA – GRAVURE, 2003 | La Fondation Taylor, 2001

SHEREE HOVSEPIAN B. 1974 EDUCATION MFA The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, 2002 | BA University of Toledo, Toledo, 1999 | Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, 1998 SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS Gallery 44, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Toronto, 2014 | Domes, Bischoff/Weiss, London, 2013 | Haptic Wonders, Monique Melouche, Chicago, 2012 | Column, Etemad Gallery, Dubai, 2011 | Contact, Charest-Weinberg Gallery, Miami, 2011 | Spare Room, West Street Gallery, New York, 2010 | Portraits of Young Jewish Women, Spertus Museum, Chicago, 2009 | The Death of Pluto, NEIU University, Chicago, 2007 SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS Present Tense Future Perfect, curated by Teka Selman, Carol Jazzar Contemporary Art, Miami, 2013 | All F@$%ing Summer, curated Mia Romanik, Sarah Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach, 2013 | Bass! How Low Can You Go?, curated by Amir Shariat, Leila Heller Gallery, New York, 2013 | Traces of Life, Wentrup Gallery, Berlin, 2013 | Farewell Rodney, Sommer Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, 2013 | Twenty Days Later, Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York, 2012 | Photorealism, BISCHOFF/WEISS, London, 2012 | West Street Gallery, New York, 2012 | Brucennial, 2012: Harderer, Betterer, Fasterer, Strongerer, 159 Bleecker Street, New York, 2011 | Karl Haendel & Walead Beshty, Sheree Hovsepian and Barbara Kasten, Moniquemeloche, Chicago, 2010 | The Arbitrariness of Signs, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, 2010 | Herd Thinner, Charest-Weinberg Gallery, Miami, 2009 | Harlem Postcards, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, 2009 | It Figures, Moniquemeloche, Chicago, 2009 | Emerge 10, Aljira Centre for Contemporary Art, Newark, 2009 | How Do I Look? Moniquemeloche, Chicago, 2007 | The World is Flat, Lifebomb, Berlin, 2007 | Pan Sonic, NIU Gallery, Chicago, 2006 GRANTS Aljira Emerge 10 Residency, Newark, 2008 | Community Arts Assistance Grant, Chicago, 2005 | Travel Grant, The School of the Art Institute, Chicago, 2002 | Graduate Grant, The School of the Art Institute, Chicago, 2000 COLLECTIONS The Spertus Museum, Chicago | The Art Institute of Chicago | The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York RASHID JOHNSON B.1977 EDUCATION School of the Art Institute, Chicago, 2004-2005 |


Bachelor of Arts,
 Columbia College, Chicago, 2000

Fine Arts, 1973

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS Kunsthalle Winterthur, Winterthur, 2014 | George Economou Collection, ‘Magic Numbers’, Athens, 2014 | Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, ‘New Growth’, Denver, 2014 | Ballroom Marfa, ‘New Growth’, Texas, 2013 | Hauser & Wirth, ‘The gathering’, Zurich, 2013 | High Museum of Art, Atlanta ‘Rashid Johnson: Message to Our Folks’, Atlanta, 2013 | Kemper Art Museum, ‘Rashid Johnson: Message to Our Folks’, St. Louis, 2013 | Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, ‘Message to Our Folks’, Atlanta, 2013 | David Kordansky Gallery, ‘Coup d’état’, Los Angeles, 2012 | Hauser & Wirth, ‘Rumble’, New York, 2012 | Miami Art Museum, ‘Rashid Johnson: Message to Our Folks’, Miami

, 2012 | Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, ‘Rashid Johnson: Message to Our Folks’, Chicago

, 2012 | South London Gallery, ‘Shelter’, London, 2012 | Galerie Guido W. Baudach, ‘There are Stranger Villages’, Berlin, 2010 | Massimo De Carlo, ‘25 Days after October’, Milan, 2010 | Salon 94, ‘Our Kind of People’, New York, 2010

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS Parallax, Laboratorio Arte Alameda, Mexico City, Mexico, 2014 | On Foreign Land, Mikkeli Art Museum, 2014 | On Foreign Land, Kerava Art Museum, 2014 | Delights of Life, Gallery Pirkko-Liisa Topelius, Helsinki, 2014 | God Knows He Is Naked, Jokigalleria, Eura, 2014 | Northern Souls, Space Station 65, London, UK, 2014 | Port Izmir 3, Izmir Triennale, Izmir, Turkey, 2014 | Fabrications, Botkyrka Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden, 2014 | Garden of Undocumented, Villa Arttu, Hyvinkää , 2013 | liquid Cities & Temporary Identities, Finland, Espoo, 2013, On Whiteness, Gallery Villa Arttu, 2013 | Space For Freedom, The world of Tango Festival, Tampere, 2013 | Land in Situ, Näkymä , Environmental Art Exhibition in Akaa, 2013 | Koti-ikävä , Jokigalleria, Eura, 2013 | Reality Bites, Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, 2012 | Fittja Open, Fittja Konsthallen, Stockholm, Sweden, 2012 | Takes on Memory and Flight-Paths, August Gallery, Helsinki, 2012 | Urban Festival, Zagreb Croatia, 2012 | Art is so Gay, Forum Boz, Helsinki | On Freedom, Finnish Museum of Photography, 2012 | Take-away Art, Botkyrka Konstahll, Botkyrka, Sweden, 2012 | Food Chains- Halikonlahti Green Art, Salo Art Museum, 2011 | Fittja Open, Fittja Konsthallen, Stockholm, Sweden, 2011 | Pizzeria Babylon, Chiang Mai University Center, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2011 | Pizzeria Babylon, Small Projects, Tromso, Norway, 2011, Pizzeria Babylon, Institut finlandais, Paris, France, 2011 | X-OP Cultural Study Group, Kibla, Maribor, Slovenia, 2011 | Untoldd Stories, Kunstihoone, Tallinn, Estonia, 2011

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 57 Walker Street, ‘Black Eye’, New York, 2014 | Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans, ‘30 Americans’, New Orleans, 2014 | De La Cruz Collection, ‘From the Collection: Looking at process’, Miami, 2014 | Knoxville Museum of Art, ‘Facets’, Knoxville, 2014 | Leila Heller Gallery, ‘Look at me: Portraiture from Manet to the Present’, New York, 2014 | Lille 3000, ‘Secret Passions. Private Flemish Collections’, Euralille, 2014 | Museum of Modern Art, ‘Forever Now: Painting in the New Millennium’, New York, 2014 | Untitled, ‘George Nakashima: In Conversation’, New York, 2014 | Acquavella Galleries, ‘White Collar Crimes’, New York, 2013 | Beaux-arts de Paris: L’école nationale supérieure, ‘Angel of History’, Paris, 2013 | Dairy Art Centre, ‘Island’, London, 2013 | LAND Los Angeles Nomadic Division, ‘Painting in Place’, Los Angeles, 2013 | National Art Museum of China, ‘Darkness Visible’, Beijing, 2013 | ‘RUN to Merci-Mercy’, New York, 2013 | Shanghai Biennale, ‘Re-activation’, Shanghai, 2012 | Chrysler Museum of Art, ‘30 Americans, The Rubell Family Collection’, Virginia Beach, 2012 | Curator’s Office, ‘An architect’s dream’, Washington DC, 2012 AWARDS David C. Driskell Prize 2012 DZAMIL KAMANGAR B. 1948 EDUCATION Master of Handicrafts, Kermansah University of


SCREENINGS Lens Politica, Helsinki, 2013 | Art Fair 2012, Cable Factory, Helsinki 2012 | Ismailia International Festival for Documentary & Short Films,Ismailia, 2010 | Porin juhalviikot, Galleria 3h+k, Pori 2010 | Kettupäivät, Helsinki, 2010 | Nordisk Film Festival, Fredrikshavn, 2009 | Finland in Full Colour, Kööpenhamina, 2009 | Aletrenative Art, Cable Factory, Helsinki 2008 | Bolzano Short Film Festival, Bolzano, 200 | Northern Vision, Belfast Community TV, UK, 2008 | Trunk 07, Nordic Art Video Festival, Östersund, 2007 COLLECTIONS Helsinki City Art Museum | Lönnström Art Musuem | Tampere Hospital | Kiasma, Museum of Contemporary Art GLENN LIGON B. 1960 EDUCATION Whitney Museum Independent Study Program, New York, 1985 | B.A. Wesleyan University, Middletown, 1982 | Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, 1980

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITION Glenn Ligon: Come Out, Thomas Dane Gallery, London, 2014 | Glenn Ligon: Narratives, Schmucker Art Gallery, Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, 2014 | Glenn Ligon, Rat Hole Gallery, Tokyo, 2013 | Glenn Ligon: Neon, Luhring Augustine, New York, 2013 | Glenn Ligon: AMERICA, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 2011 | Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, 2011 | The Modern Art Museum, Fort Worth, 2012 | Glenn Ligon, Michael Stevenson Gallery, Cape Town, 2010 | Glenn Ligon: ‘Nobody’ and Other Songs, Thomas Dane Gallery, London, 2009 | Glenn Ligon: Off Book, Regen Projects II, 2010 | Glenn Ligon: Figure/Paysage/Marine, Yvon Lambert, Paris, 2008 | Glenn Ligon Love and Theft, Power House, Memphis, 2008 | Glenn Ligon, Regen Projects, Los Angeles, 2007 | Unauthorized, Bill Hodges Gallery, New York, 2007 | Glenn Ligon: Brilliant Corners, Thomas Dane Gallery, London, 2006 | We Had Everything Before Us, We Had Nothing Before Us, Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris, 2006 | Glenn Ligon, Grossman Gallery at Lafayette College, Easton, 2006 SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas, Austin, 2016 | Come As You Are: Art of the 1990s, Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, 2015 | Telfair Museum, Savannah, 2015 | University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, 2015 | Rauschenberg: Collecting & Connecting, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham, 2014 | 8th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art, Berlin, 2014 | Man in the Mirror, Vanhaerents Art Collection, Brussels, 2014 | Point of View: African American Art Masters from the Elliot and Kimberly Perry Collection, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit, 2014 | Bloodflames Revisited, curated by Phong Bui, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, 2014 | Somos Libres II, Pinacoteca Gianni e Marella Agnelli, Turin, 2014 | Reliable Tension, or: How to Win a Conversation About Jasper Johns, 32 Edgewood Avenue Gallery, Yale School of Art, New Haven, 2014 | Take It or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, 2014 | UNE HISTOIRE (art archi design/des années 80 à nos jours) / A HISTORY (art architecture design, from the 80s to now), Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2014 AWARDS 18th Annual Medal Award, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 2013 | International Association of Art Critics Award, 2012 | United States Artists Fellowship, Los Angeles, 2010 | Studio Museum’s Joyce Alexander Wein Artist Prize, New York, 2009| Skowhegan Medal for Painting, New York, 2006 | Academy Awards in Art, American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, 2006 | John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, New York, 2003 | DAAD, Berlin, 2001 | ArtPace International Artists-in-Residence Program, San Antonio, 1998 | Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant , 1997 | Residency, Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio Study Center, Bellagio, 1994 | National Endowment for

the Arts, Visual Artist Fellowship, Painting, 1991 | Art Matters, Inc. Fellowship Dewar’s Young Artist’s Recognition Award 1989/90 P.S. 1 National Studio Program, The Clocktower, New York, 1990 | National Endowment for the Arts, Visual Artist Fellowship, Drawing, 1989 | National Endowment for the Arts, Curatorial Internship, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, 1982 SELECTED COLLECTIONS Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo | Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore | Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham | The Bohen Foundation, New York | Eli Broad Family Foundation, Santa Monica | Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh | Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines | Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit | Fisher Landau Center, Long Island City | Harvard Art Museum, Cambridge | High Museum of Art, Atlanta | Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington | M.I.T. List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge | Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago | Museum of Modern Art, New York | Museum of Modern Art, Fort Worth | Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach | Peter Norton family Foundation, Santa Monic | Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia | San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco | Seattle Art Museum, Seattle | Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York | St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis | Tate Modern, London | Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford | Walker Art Center, Minneapolis | Whitney Museum of American Art, New York JULIE MEHRETU B. 1970 EDUCATION MFA, Honors, Rhode Island School of Design, 1997 | BA Kalamazoo College, 2002 | University Cheik Anta Diop, Dakar, Senegal, 1990-1991 SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS Liminal Squared, Marian Goodman Gallery, New York, 2013 | Liminal Squared, White Cube, London, 2013 | Mind, Breath and Beat Drawings, Marian Goodman Gallery, Paris, 2013 | Notations After The Ring, Arnold & Marie Schwartz Gallery, Metropolitan Opera House, New York, 2010 | Grey Area, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, 2010 | Excavations: The Prints of Julie Mehretu, High Point Prints, Minneapolis, 2009 | Grey Area, Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin, 2009 | City Sitings, Williams College Art Gallery, Williamstown, 2008 | Eye of the Storm, Carl Scholsberg Gallery, Montserrat College, Beverley, 2008 | City Sitings, North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, 2008 | Julie Mehretu: Black City, Kunstverein Hanover, Hanover, 2007 | Julie Mehretu: Black City, Louisiana Museum, Humlebaek, 2007 | Julie Mehretu: City Sitings, The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, 2007 | Julie 35

Mehretu: Black City, MUSAC-Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, Léon, 2006 | Julie Mehretu: Heavy Weather, Crown Point Press, San Francisco, 2006 | Julie Mehretu: Heavy Weather, The Print Center, Philadelphia, 2006 | Julie Mehretu: Drawings, Projectile Gallery, New York, 2005 | Currents 95: Julie Mehretu, St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, 2005

Artists-in-Residence, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, 2001 | CORE Program, Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1997-1998 | The Rhode Island School of Design Presidential Scholar Fall Tuition Award, 1995-1997

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS Summer Highlights, John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, 2014 | Love Story, Anne & Wolfgang Titze Collection, Belvedere, 2014 | Dak’art: Biennal of Contemporary African Art, Dakar, 2014 | Lost in Landscape, MART, Rovereto, 2014 | The First International Biennial of Contemporary Art of Cartagena de Indias, Cartagena, 2014 | INTERACT, East Wing Collection, Courtauld Institute, London, 2014 | Du Bois in Our Time, University of Massachusetts, Amherst’s University Museum of Contemporary Art, 2013 | The Gesture and the Sign, White Cube, Sao Paulo, 2013 | The Temptation of the Diagram, Andrea Rosen Gallery 2 , New York, 2013 | Highlights 2012, John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, 2012 | Documenta 13, Kassel, 2012 | The Painting Factory, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 2012 | Multiplicity, Smithsonian, Washington D.C., 2011 | The Bearden Project, the Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, 2011 | Seeing/Knowing, Graham Gund Gallery, Kenyon College, Ohio, 2011 | In Praise of Doubt, Punta della Dogana, Venice, 2011 | New Order, White Cube, London, 2011 | Three Artists: Julie Mehretu, Julian Lethbridge, Wayne Gonzales, John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, 2011 | Subversive Abstraction, Whitechapel Gallery, London, 2010 | Kupferstichkabinett: Between Thought and Action, White Cube, London, 2010 | Automatic Cities, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, 2009 | Who’s Afraid of the Artists?, Palais des Arts de Dinard, Dinard, 2009 | Extreme Frontiers, Urban Frontiers, Institute of Contemporary Art (IVAM), Valencia, 2009

EDUCATION California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles, 2006 | Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, 2000

GRANTS AND RESIDENCIES American Academy in Berlin Fellowship, 2007 | The Rhode Island School of Design Alumni Council Artistic Achievement Award, Rhode Island, 2006 | MacArthur Fellow, 2005 | American Art Award, Whitney Museum of Art, New York, 2005 | Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award, Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, 2005 | Artist-in-Residency, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 2003 | Artist-in-Residency, Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, 2003 | Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant, 2003 | Penny McCall Foundation Grant, 2002 | The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant, 2001 | AIR Program at the Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, 2001 | Pat Hearn Inaugural Award, 2001 |



SOLO EXHIBITIONS We tell  stories in order to live, curated by Alexis Vaillant, CAPC, Bordeaux, 2014 | The princess is caged in the ©, (with Tobias Kaspar) curated by Giovanni Carmine, Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen, Saint Gallen, 2014 | Hearts of Gold, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, 2014 | We live entirely, ©, by the imposition of a narrative line upon disparate imahes, by the ‘ideas’ with which we have learned to freeze the shifting phantasmagoria which is our actual experience, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, 2013 | The Day’s Specific Dreams, IIY Axe, New York, 2011 | Metametrica, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, 2010 | Triggers for Everyday Fiction, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, 2008 | Ethics of Everyday Fiction, Rivington Arms, New York, 2007 | State of Shifting Mirrors, Champion Fine Art Los Angeles, 2005 | Shifting States, Rivington Arms, New York, 2005 SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen at Liste, Curated by Giovanni Carmine, Liste Art Fair, Basel, 2014 | Leonor Antunes, Jason Meadows, Carter Mull & Alessandro Pessoli, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, 2014 | Art Post-Internet, curated by Robin Peckham, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, 2014 | Just Now, Sotheby’s, London, 2014 | Murmurs, curated by Rita Gonzales, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, 2013 | An-Americana, curated by Vincenzo de Bellisa, American Academy, Rome, 2013 | Fabian Marti – Marti Collection, Kunsthaus PasquArt, Biel, 2013 | Roger Hiorns, Carter Mull, David Musgrave, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, 2013 | Digital Infinity, Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco, 2013 | Nathan Hylden, Carter Mull, Chadwick Rantanen, United Artists Limted, Marfa, Texas, 2013 | Paint Hotel, Joe Scheftel Gallery, New York, 2013 | Anette Kelm, Carter Mull, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, 2013 | Glitter and Folds, curated by Jennifer Burris, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, 2013 | Set Pieces, curated by Andrew Berardini and Lauren Mackler, Cardi Black Box, Milan, 2013 | Beyond the Object, Brand New Gallery, Milan | Needles in the Camel’s Eye, Thomas Duncan Gallery, Los Angeles, 2012 |

The Magic of Photography, Curated by Charlotte Cotton, Daegu Bennale, Seoul, 2012 | Venice Beach Biennial, Curated by Ali Subotnik, Venice, California, 2012 | Bold Tendencies, Peckham Garage, London, 2012 | Palma Photo, Majorca Landings, Palma de Majorca, 2012 | The Shaping of New Visions: Photograph, Film, Photobook, Curated by Roxana Marcoci, Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2012 | First Among Equals, Curated by Alex Klein and Kate Kraczon, Institute of Contemporary Art Philadelphia (with P& Co.), Philadelphia, 2012 | Utopia / Dystopia in Constructed Photography, Curated by Yasufumi Nakamuri, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, 2012 COLLECTIONS The Getty Research Institute | Los Angeles County Museum of Art | Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles | Museum of Fine Arts, Houston | The Museum of Modern Art, New York | Orange County Museum of Art | UCLA Hammer Museum | The Walker Art Center | Whitney Museum of American Art STEVEN NAIFEH B. 1952 EDUCATION Ph.D. in the Humanities The Julliard School, New York, 2012 | Ph.D. in Humane Letters, University of South Carolina, Aiken, 1991 | Ph.D. (ABD) in Fine Arts, Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Cambridge, 1981 | M.A. in Fine Arts, Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Cambridge, 1979 | Harvard Law School, Cambridge, 1977 | A.B. Summa cum laude in American History, Princeton University, Princeton, 1974 SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS Steven Naifeh: Found in Translation, Middle Eastern Center for the Arts (MECA), Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, 2014 | Steven Naifeh: Found in Translation, Leila Heller Gallery, New York, 2014 | Found in Translation: The Art of Steven Naifeh Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, 2013 | Embassy of the United States, Abu Dhabi, 1975 | Princeton University Art Museum 1974 | Consulate General of the United States, Karachi, 1971 | Consulate of the United States, Kaduna, 1969 | Consulate of the United States, Kano, 1969 SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS Summer show, Henri Gallery, Washington, D. C, 1974 | Art in Embassies Program, Lagos, 1970 | American Artists, United States Information Service, 1968

AWARDS Edgar Allan Poe Award in Fact Crime in 1994 for Final Justice, 1994 | Pulitzer Prize for Biography for Jackson Pollock: An American Saga, 1991 | National Book Award Finalists in Nonfiction for Jackson Pollock: An American Saga, 1990 SHIRIN NESHAT B. 1957 SELECTED SOLO EXHBITIONS Shirin Neshat, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, 2014 | Shirin Neshat, Mücsarnok Kunsthalle, Budapest, 2014 | Shirin Neshat: Our House is on Fire, Rauschenberg Foundation Project Space, New York, 2014 | Written on the Body, Espacia Fundacion Telefonica, Madrid, 2013 | Shirin Neshat, Dirimart, Istanbul, 2013 | The Book of Kings, Faurschou Foundation, Beijing, 2013 | Shirin Neshat, Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, 2013 | The Book of Kings, Gladstone Gallery, New York | The Book of Kings, Galerie Jermone du Noirmont, Paris, 2012 | Women Without Men, Palazzo Reale, Milan, 2011 l Games of Desire, Gladstone Gallery, Brussels, 2009 l Games of Desire, Galerie Jerome de Noirmont, Paris, 2009 l Women Without Men, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens; Kulturhuset, Stockholm, 2009 l Turbulent, Galleri Faurschou, Copenhagen, 2009 | Shirin Neshat, Gladstone Gallery, New York, 2008 l Shirin Neshat: New Works, Galerie Jerome de Noirmont, Paris, 2008 l National Gallery of Iceland, Reykjavik, 2008 | Secret of the Veil, Espoo Museum of Modern Art, Espoo, 2006 l Shirin Neshat, Stedelijk Museum CS, Amsterdam, 2006 l Zarin, Gladstone Gallery, New York, 2005 l Shirin Neshat, Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum Fur Gengewart, Berlin, 2005 l La Ulitma Palabra/Last Word, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Leon, 2005 l Through the Eyes of Shirin Neshat, Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand, 2004 l Tooba Asia Society Museum, New York, 2003 l Shirin Neshat, Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City, 2003 l Shirin Neshat, Tensta Konstall, Spanga, 2003 | Shirin Neshat, Castello di Rivoli, Turin, 2002 l Shirin Neshat, Centre for
Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, 2002 l Shirin Neshat, Centre Cultural Banco di Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, 2002 l Shirin Neshat, Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Aarhus, 2002 l Shirin Neshat, Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis, 2002 SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS Songs of Loss and Songs of Love, Gwangju Museum of Art, South Korea, 2014 | Look at Me: Portraiture from Manet to the Present, Lelia Heller Gallery, New York, 2014 | I Look at Things… Work From the Collection, Faurschou Foundation, Copenhagen, 2014 | CON


FLICT: Art and War,” Contemporary Art Society, London, 2014 | Shirin Neshat: Don’t Ask Where the Love is Gone, Moscow Photobiennale 2014, Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow, 2014 | Pionniéres: Lynda Benglis, Louise Bourgeois, Marlene Dumas, Tracey Emin, Roni Horn, Shirin Neshat, Cindy Sherman, Nancy Spero, Niki De Saint Phalle, CAB Art Center, Brussels, 2014 | ToledoContemporánea, Centro Cultural San Marcos, Toledo, 2014 | My Third Land, Frankendael Foundation, Amsterdam, 2013 | Collection Exhibition II, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, 2013 | Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Year 1, Industry City, New York, 2013 | The Ghost of Architecture: Recent and Promised Gifts, Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, 2013 | SKIN, an artistic atlas, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, 2013 | She Who Tells a Story: Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab World, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 2013 | Legacy: Photographs from the Emily Fisher Landau Collection, the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut, 2013 | All You Need is Love, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2013 | Voice of Images, Palazzo Grassi-Francoise Pinault Foundation, Venice, 2012 | TRA. Edge of Becoming, Palazzo Fortuny, Venice, 2011 l I Know Something About Love, 2011 l Calder to Warhol: Introducing the Fisher Collection, San Francisco Museum of Modern Ar t, San Francisco, 2010 | The Female Gaze: Women Look at Women, Cheim & Read, New York, 2009 | Shirin Neshat: Women Without Men, Prospect. 1: New Orleans International Biennial, New Orleans, 2008 AWARDS Cr ystal Award, World Economic Forum, Davos, 2014 | Silver Lion, 66th Venice Film Festival, 2009 | Cinema for Peace Special Award, Hessischer Filmpreis, Germany, 2009 | Lillian Gish Prize, New York, 2006 |Hiroshima Ar t Prize, Hiroshima City Museum of Ar t, Hiroshima, Japan, 2005 | Grand Prix, Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju, Korea, 2000 | First International Prize, 48th Venice Biennale, Venice, 1999 | Prize for Best Project, ARCO, Madrid, 1999 PERFORMANCES OverRuled, PERFORMA 11, 4th Edition of New Visual Ar t Per formance Biennial, Cedar Lake Theater, November 11 - 12, 2011 | Logic of the Birds,” Or tigia Festival, Syracuse, Sicily, July 25 – 27 | Logic of the Birds, Walker Ar t Center, Minneapolis, June 20 – 23, 2003 | Logic of the Birds, Lincoln Center, New York, July 12 – 13, 2003 | Logic of the Birds, Ar tAngel, London, November 7-17, 2003 | Logic of the Birds (Phase One), The Kitchen, New York, 2001


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