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Museums, and
Non-profit Organizations:

Anthology Film Archives
Aperture Foundation
Art in General
Art Radio WPS1.org
Artists Space
BAM Harvey Theater
BAM Hillman Attic Studio
Baryshnikov Arts Center
China Institute
Creative Time
Creative Time at Passerby
Dance New Amsterdam
Dance Theater Workshop
Dispatch Bureau
Electronic Arts Intermix
Freemans
Goethe Institute
Japan Society
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
Museum of Arts and Design
New York University- Department of Performance Studies
New York University- Steinhardt School of Education
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center
Participant Inc.
PERFORMA TV
Performance Space 122
Saatchi & Saatchi, 375 Hudson
Salon 94
SculptureCenter
Smith-Stewart Gallery/ Fruit and Flower Deli
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Storefront for Art and Architecture
Swiss Institute ?? Contemporary Art
The Bronx Museum of the Arts
The Cooper Union
The Drawing Center
The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts
The Highline Ballroom
The Hudson Theatre at Millennium Broadway Hotel
The Jewish Museum
The Judson Memorial Church
The Kitchen
The Museum of Chinese in the Americas
The Studio Museum in Harlem
The Studio Museum in Harlem
The Whitney Museum of American Art
WFMU, 91.1FM-NYC
White Box
White Columns

Galleries:
Canada
Chambers Fine Art
Deitch Studios
Fruit & Flower Deli
Greene Naftali Gallery
James Cohan Gallery
Metro Pictures
Smith-Stewart Gallery

Other Venues:
141 Division Street, 8th Floor
508 West 25th St.
590 Madison Avenue (The Atrium)
ACAF NY
Clocktower Gallery
Columbia University ?? School of Arts
Dexter Sinister
Joe's Pub
MoMA - The Museum of Modern Art
National Museum of the American Indian
Passerby
Public Spaces in Long Island City near P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center
Second Life
Stephan Weiss Studio
The Box
The New School
Tribeca Grand Hotel Screening Room
Washington Square Park
World Financial Center, 80 Pine Street, One New York Plaza, and 60 Wall Street
Zipper Theater


P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center
22-25 Jackson Avenue at 46th Avenue
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
T: 718.784.2084


Min Tanaka
Locus Focus
Nov 17 - Nov 18, 2007
2 pm , FREE

Exploring movement through improvisation, Butoh master Min Tanaka presents the New York debut of Locus Focus, a new series that began in 2006, which abandons staged performance in favor of open-air...
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Log onto www.ps1.org for updates on the performance schedule.
FREE with museum admission
 

John Bock
Stapelung (stack)
Oct 28 - Nov 19, 2007
12 pm - 6 pm, FREE

A performance artist and sculptor whose three dimensional works often serve as props for his performances, John Bock presents Stapelung (Stack, 2007), a five-channel video sculpture displayed on the...
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Oct 27 ?? Nov 19. 2007
Thursday thru Monday, 12 ?? 6pm
FREE with museum admission

 

Min Tanaka
Locus Focus
Nov 16, 2007
5 pm , FREE

Exploring movement through improvisation, Butoh master Min Tanaka presents the New York debut of Locus Focus, a new series that began in 2006, which abandons staged performance in favor of open-air...
read full

 

Min Tanaka
Locus Focus
Nov 17 - Nov 18, 2007
5 pm , FREE

Exploring movement through improvisation, Butoh master Min Tanaka presents the New York debut of Locus Focus, a new series that began in 2006, which abandons staged performance in favor of open-air...
read full

Log onto www.ps1.org for updates on the performance schedule. FREE with museum admission.
 

ABOUT
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center is the oldest and one of the largest nonprofit arts centers in the United States committed to promoting and exhibiting contemporary art. Located in a former public school building in Long Island City, Queens, P.S.1 provides unique exhibition opportunities for emerging, established, and international artists. P.S.1 was founded in 1971 by Alanna Heiss and contains 125,000 square feet of gallery space, a courtyard sculpture garden, performance spaces, a Web radio station Art Radio WPS1.org, a caf?, and bookstore. In 2000 P.S.1 established its affiliation with The Museum of Modern Art to further inform, inspire, and challenge expanding audiences and to strengthen its mission to elevate the role of art in contemporary culture.