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Jan B. Van Woensel

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The Distance That Keeps You, Silverman Gallery © Jan Van Woensel
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The Distance That Keeps You, at Silverman Gallery © Jan Van Woensel
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Le Point Zero © Jan Van Woensel
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Roadtrip Back to the City © Jan Van Woensel
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Roadtrip Back to the City © Jan Van Woensel
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Roadtrip Back to the City © Jan Van Woensel
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Roadtrip Back to the City © Jan Van Woensel
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Roadtrip Back to the City © Jan Van Woensel
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Roadtrip Back to the City © Jan Van Woensel
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Roadtrip Back to the City © Jan Van Woensel
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Molly © Jan Van Woensel
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Molly © Jan Van Woensel
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Molly © Jan Van Woensel
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Molly © Jan Van Woensel
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Molly © Jan Van Woensel
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Molly © Jan Van Woensel
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Molly © Jan Van Woensel
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Poetry reading at Art in General, May 2007 © Jan Van Woensel
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Poetry reading at Art in General, May 2007 © Jan Van Woensel
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Jan Van Woensel is an independent curator, writer and Senior Studio Professor at NYU, critic-in-residence at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, and Professor at California College of the Arts department of Curatorial Practice. He is a visiting lecturer and visiting critic at ISCP, Location One and HISK. He curated 'Bad Moon Rising', a traveling group exhibition about disturbance in American society, religion and politics at Silverman Gallery, San Francisco; 'The Visions Come' with works by Lee Ranaldo, Leah Singer and Philippe Vandenberg at NADA in Miami; and he is currently working on an interactive audiovisual landscape with Lee Ranaldo.