March 4, 2005 - Art in General - Three new exhibitions
March 4, 2005

Three new exhibitions

Jan Estep, Ad Infinitum: The Optimist and the Skeptic, Video, color/sound, RT, 23′ (Production still) 

Three new exhibitions
Opening Reception:
 Saturday, March 5, 7-9 PM

Art in General
79 Walker Street
New York, NY 10013
T 212-219-0473
info [​at​] artingeneral.org

www.artingeneral.org

Exhibitions:
No Convenient Subway Stops
Ad Infinitum: The Optimist and the Skeptic
Paulus Kapteyn

No Convenient Subway Stops
An exhibition including recent video works by artists Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla, Sebastian Diaz Morales, Mario Garcia Torres, Sabine Gruffat, MK 12 Studio, Randy Moore and Lisi Raskin. From documentary style to science fiction, the videos in this exhibition depict or depart from deserts, wastelands, or bleak suburban settings. This is Part II of Video 2005. March 5-26, 2005 in Gallery 6.
Ad Infinitum: The Optimist and the Skeptic
This is the first exhibition of artist in residence Jan Estep (Minneapolis), incorporating video and drawings. March 5-April 2, 2005 in Gallery 4.
Paulus Kapteyn
A new artwork in Art in General’s street-level Project Space by artist and writer Paulus Kapteyn. February 19-April 2, 2005.

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Art in General, founded by artists in 1981, has exhibited the work of nearly 4,000 artists working across a wide range of media, including painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, site-specific installation, audio, video, performance, and new media. In over 20 years, Art in General has emerged as one of New York City’s leading nonprofit arts organizations devoted to supporting and stimulating the creation of contemporary art and providing an environment in which artists can exhibit unconventional work and exchange ideas with their peers.

The Video 2005 Programs at Art in General are made possible through the generous support of the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency, The Experimental Television Center’s Presentation Funds program supported by the New York State Council on the Arts, and the Jerome Foundation. Additional support has been provided by the New Art Trust, San Francisco, James Patterson, and Gregory R. Miller. We also wish to thank Artists’ Space (New York), Pierogi (Brooklyn), and Henry Urbach Architecture (New York).

Jan Estep’s residency is supported by the Jerome Foundation in celebration of the Jerome Hill Centennial and in recognition of the valuable cultural contributions of artists to society.

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Art in General is located one block south of Canal Street, between Broadway and Lafayette (6, J, M, N, Q, R, or W train to Canal).

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