CURRENT NEWS:

April 2 – May 4, 2013 Gordon Matta-Clark: Above and Below at the David Zwirner Gallery, NYC

I am delighted to announce I have been invited to curate another exhibition for the David Zwirner Gallery- this time focusing solely on the work of Gordon Matta-Clark in the later years of his career. The opening reception is Tuesday April 2nd, 6-8 pm. For more information read full description or visit www.davidzwirner.com

Saturday, April 20th, 11:30 AM | Guided Tour of Gordon Matta-Clark: Above and Below

Please join me at the David Zwirner Gallery for a guided tour of the exhibition. This event is free and open to the public but space is limited. For more info and to RSVP visit www.davidzwirner.com

Sunday, April 21st, 7:30 PM  | Anthology Film Archives – Film Program Event – 32 Second Ave, New York

In conjunction with this exhibition, Anthology Film Archives has put together an amazing evening of films to highlight Gordon Matta-Clark’s work as a filmmaker. Alongside showing Matta-Clark’s Sous-Sol de Paris (1977) and Splitting (1974) in 16mm there will also be films by Robert Smithson & Nancy Holt, Ken Jacobs, Anthony McCall, Robert Fiore & Jane Crawford, and Joseph Cornell. There will be a Q & A after the program with myself and Robert Fiore & Jane Crawford- and perhaps a special surprise guest! This is going to be a great evening- many many thanks to Anthology Film Archives for putting it together (especially Bradley Eros who curated the program)- more info visit anthologyfilmarchives.org

112 GREENE STREET PRESS:

Brooklyn Magazine September 2012    The New York Times “When Soho Was Young”     Artforum 500 Words      

ArtInfo Interview      The Paris Review      Art on Air Podcast of 192 Books Public Talk

a few thoughts on the table

This website is my attempt to assemble a virtual home for my practice in all its multiple forms, roles, experiments, and products. Thus it is a continuous work in progress inputing the past, defining categories, collating data- but also hopefully tying the various threads that connect each work or project together to create a kind of whole. So the menu categories contain general information linking to specific projects, images, and descriptions.  And it will grow from there… enjoy!

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  1. Shannon says:

    Very interesting indeed; congratulations on the new book! Love your pics, too, as you are radiantly beautiful.

  2. Michael Smith says:

    Jessamyn congradulations on the publication your dad told me I should check it out. I would like to learn more about the book and read a copy if I can. Where can I get a copy of the book?

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