The Scope of Things

March 10, 2005

-scope, an organization that seeks to de-mystify the art-buying process for new collectors, is staging its latest contemporary art event, March 11 – 15, at The Flatotel, 135 West 52nd Street, featuring several SVA artists. Lisa Kirk (BFA 1991 Fine Arts) is the recipient of –scope’s Independent Curator Award for her site-specific curatorial project, “The Things That Separates Man from Animal,” which will be on view in the lobby and include work from Chris Pennock (BFA 1992 Fine Arts) and SVA staff member Michael Bilsborough; Gae Savannah (MFA 1995 Fine Arts) will be the featured artist in the curcioprojects gallery, room 1502; Carol “Riot” Kane (MFA 2004 Fine Arts, BFA 2002 Fine Arts) will have a sculpture installed in the -scope VIP room; Judit Villiger (MFA 1998 Fine Arts) is the featured artist in the Galeri Romerapotheke room; Ofer Wolberger (MFA 2001 Photography) will have work in the JHB Gallery room; and Kyung Jeon (MFA 2005 Fine Arts) is the recipient of the Emerging Artist Grant.

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