T H E E X H I B I T I O N I S T S *** women's art salon
THE EXHIBITIONISTS (women's art salon)
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September 27 - October 26, 2002
Opening Night for Visual Artists, Friday, September 27 @ 7pm - 10pm
Night of Performances and Festivities, Saturday, October 12, 2002 @ 7 pm - 10 pm
Artwork and installations remain on view through October 26, 2002
Freight @ 410 16th Street b/w 9th & 10th Avenues, Manhattan


The Exhibitionists explore the seamier (or at least darker) side of life in their upcoming show Nightlife. Festivities occur in two parts: Opening night celebration for the visual artists on Friday, September 27th starting at 7:00pm. Featured art and artists include sculpture installations by Brynna Tucker, paintings by Patsy Brazell, Fay Ku and Christa Toole, and photography by Traci Hoard, Nikki Johnson, Jane Kratochvil and Jen Laskey. On Saturday, October 26 readings and performances inspired by the nightlife theme and hosted by star emcee Jennifer Deaderick will commence at 7:00pm. DJ j.u.l.i.e.t.a will be spinning etno-core radishkal muzika for the disorderly both nights. Expect the Exhibitionists' usual no-fear, no-qualms approach to art and performance.

The artwork will remain on view at Freight through Saturday, October 26th, 2002.

All donations will support the two-year-old collective's upcoming creative endeavors. Please come join The Exhibitionists in celebrating and supporting NYC women artists.


Painting: Patsy Brazell, Fay Ku, Christa Toole
Photography: Traci Hoard, Nikki Johnson, Jane Kratochvil, Jen Laskey
Sculpture: Brynna Tucker
Digital Art, Video, Slideshow: Monica Smith, Julieta Aranda, Heather Weathers, Lyn Gaza, Hillary Harvey
Readings: Jen Laskey and more...
Performance: Jennifer Deaderick and more...
Music: DJ j.u.l.i.e.t.a

For more information, please contact us.

The Exhibitionists are New York City-based women artists, performers, writers, and art enthusiasts. We collaborate among ourselves, with friends and with other affiliates to produce performances and installations to fulfill our artistic visions, push the limits of our creative abilities, provide an environment for experimentation and engage audiences with our work.

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