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Exhibition Detail
DRESS CODES CONVERSATIONS: Laurie Simmons with Marvin Heiferman
1133 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd
New York, NY 10036


October 23rd, 2009 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
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Laurie Simmons, artist, photographer. Simmons
is an internationally exhibited artist whose most
recent gallery shows were at the Tomio Koyama
Gallery, Tokyo, the Galerie Erna Hecey, Brussels,
and Art Basel Miami Beach. She is the recipient
of a Distinguished Alumni Award, Temple
University, and the Roy Lichtenstein Residency in
Visual Arts, the American Academy in Rome. Her
work is in numerous museum collections
including ICP, the Metropolitan Museum of Art,
the Museum of Modern Art, the Walker Art
Center, the Guggenheim Museum, the Museum of
Contemporary Art Los Angeles, the Philadelphia
Museum of Art, and the Moderna Museet.

Marvin Heiferman, curator, writer, and book
packager. Heiferman has curated numerous
exhibitions, including John Waters' Change of
Life, The New Museum, New York (2004);
Paradise Now: Picturing the Genetic Revolution,
Exit Art, New York (2000); Fame After
Photography, Museum of Modern Art (1999);
Talking Pictures, International Center of
Photography (1994); and Image World: Art and
Media Culture, Whitney Museum of American Art
(1989). His writing on photography and visual
culture has appeared in Artforum, BOMB, and
publications produced by the Museum of Modern
Art; the Whitney Museum of American Art; the
International Center of Photography; the
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; P.S.1; A&E
Television Networks; and New York City's
Department of Cultural Affairs. Heiferman is the
author of Love Is Blind, I'm So Happy, and Still
Life. He produced photographer Nan Goldin's
slide show and book Ballad of Sexual Dependency.
He is the former director of Castelli Photographs
(1975-82), and assistant director of Light
Gallery, New York (1971-74). He is currently an adjunct professor, School of Visual Arts, MFA Program in Photography and Related Media.


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