A project by Philip von Zweck Fluxus Weekend | PERFORMA 11

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A project by Philip von Zweck Fluxus Weekend | PERFORMA 11

89 Eldridge Stret
10002 New York
November 12th, 2011 - November 13th, 2011
Opening: November 12th, 2011 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

east village/lower east side
212 226 5447
Wed-Sun 11-6 or by appointment


INVISIBLE-EXPORTS is pleased to present the third incarnation of Philip von Zweck's project for Performa 11's Fluxus Weekend.

For this performance, von Zweck recruited a wide range of artists to each produce a work for display with the understanding that these pieces are not for sale. Instead, they are master-copies waiting to be printed. At the request of any gallery-goer, a work will be taken and copied in an on-site xerox machine. Each copy will be stamped, numbered to ensure its authenticity, and then given to the person who requested it. The prints are free, and the print run is limited to the total number given out for the duration of Fluxus Weekend.

Participating artists: Tim Bergstrum, Michael Bilsborough, Holly Cahill, Jeff DeGolier, Katy Fischer, Carson Fisk-Vittori, Pamela Fraser, Erik Frydenborg, Paul Gabrielli, Bill Gross, Magalie Guerin, Danielle Gustafson-Sundell, Kevin Jennings, Kelly Kaczynski, Brian Kapernekas, Lisa Kirk, Christian Kuras & Duncan MacKenzie, Gareth Long, Heather Mekkelson, Matthew Metzger, Melissa Oresky, Steve Roden, Amanda Ross-Ho, Steve Ruiz, Brian Taylor, Scott Treleaven, John Wanzel


Philip von Zweck is a painter and artist who lives and works in Chicago, IL. He has had solo exhibitions and projects at Medicine Cabinet, threewalls, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Gallery 400, among others, and has appeared in numerous group exhibitions across the country and internationally. From 1995-2010 he produced a weekly radio program "Something Else" on WLUW in Chicago, and from 2005-2008 he ran the gallery, VONZWECK, out of his living room. He was the recipient of the penultimate Richard H. Driehaus Emerging Artist Award. He had a solo exhibition of paintings at 65GRAND in July of 2011.

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