As the New Year takes off with lightning speed, so does the winter 2004 exhibition season. And behind the doors of many galleries this season will be the work of many artists who’ve studied, or now work or teach at SVA:
Michelle Mercurio (MFA 2003 Photography), assistant in SVA’s Executive Vice President’s Office, will have her first solo exhibition, Crowd Control, at the Annina Nosei Gallery, 530 West 22nd Street, 2nd floor, from January 9 – February 10. The reception is Friday, January 9, from 6 – 8pm.
Inka Essenhigh (MFA 1994 Fine Arts) will be presenting an exhibition of new prints at Michael Steinberg Fine Art, 526 West 26th Street, through January.
Toland Grinnell (BFA 1994 Fine Arts) will present a solo exhibition at Mary Boone Gallery, 745 Fifth Avenue, through February 28.
Lordy Rodriguez (BFA 1999 Fine Arts) is participating in Terrain, a group exhibition at Clementine Gallery, 526 West 26th Street, through February 7.
MFA Photography Department instructor Collier Schorr (BFA 1984 Communications Arts) will have two concurrent solo exhibitions: one at 303 Gallery, 525 West 22nd Street, on view through February; and the other at Modern Art in London from January 17 through February 22. Schorr’s work also graces the cover of the January/February 2004 issue of FlashArt.
Alexis Rockman (BFA 1985 Fine Arts) is participating in Future Noir, a group exhibition at Gorney Bravin + Lee, 534 West 26th Street, from January 16 through March 6.
Lisa Ruyter (BFA 1992 Fine Arts) is having a solo exhibition in Paris, Can’t See the Forest Through the Trees, at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac from January 17 through February 28.
Banks Violette (BFA 1998 Fine Arts) will participate in a group exhibition, Scream, at Anton Kern Gallery, 532 West 20th Street, from January 15 through February 14.
Image: Michelle Mercurio, Grand Central, 2003.