Calendar

1999 November 17-February 27, 2000 “Recent acquisitions” - Bronx Museum of the Arts (Bronx, NY) - including works by Ernesto Pujol and Martin Wong

2000 January 15-February 15 “Landscapes and tigers and bears ... oh, my!” - paintings by R.D. Riccoboni - David’s Coffee House (3768 Fifth Ave., San Diego, Calif.)

2000 January 20-March 4 “Duane Michals: redux” - Pace/Macgill Gallery (32 E. 57th St., New York 10022)

2000 through January 22 “Sunil Gupta: from here to eternity” - Admit One Gallery (529 W. 20th St., New York 212-463-0164) - New York solo debut for Indian-born gay artist based in London - several small catalogs on Gupta are available at the gallery

2000 through January 29 “Michael Tice: salon 2000” - Limner Gallery (870 Avenue of the Americas, New York 212-725-0999)

2000 February 1-April 1 “Manly” - Art in General (79 Walker St., New York 10013 212-219-0473 http://www.artingeneral.org)

2000 February 2-March 3 “Jeffrey Byrd: still/moving” - Sol Mednick Gallery, College of Art and Design, University of the Arts (211 S. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA 19102 215-717-6300 http://www.uarts.edu)

2000 February 10 “Inside Van Vechten’s camp: queer desire and (inter)racial performance” - lecture by James Smalls at William Benton Museum of Art (Storrs, CT) in conjunction with “Genealogies, miscegenations, missed generations” exhibition

2000 opening February 10 “Daniel Heyman: recent work” - Satellite Gallery, The Rittenhouse (210 W. Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia)

2000 February 12-March 25 “Attila Richard Lukacs” - Phyllis Kind Gallery (136 Greene St., New York 10012 212-925-1200)

2000 February 12-March 25 “Domenico Zindato” - Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York

2000 February 22 lecture by Erin Valentino at William Benton Museum of Art (Storrs, CT) in conjunction with “Genealogies, miscegenations, missed generations” exhibition

2000 February 25-April 2 “Anderson & Low: recent photographs” - Wessel + O’Connor Gallery (242 W. 26th St., New York 10001 212-242-8811)

2000 March 9-12 Kloppenberg Dance - Danspace Project (St. Mark’s Church-in-the-Bowery, New York) - with libretto and sets by Patrick Webb

2000 March 10-April 14 “Gerard Huber: classical allegories” - Rockford College Art Gallery, Rockford, Illinois

2000 March 14-April 23 “Peter Flinsch: journal intime” - Leslie-Lohman Gay Art Foundation (127-B Prince St., New York 10012 212-673-7007)

2000 March 16-June 14 “Projections: intermission images II: Not coming” - Side Street Projects at the Laemmle Grande Fourplex Theatre in downtown Los Angeles - curated by Catherine Lord - artists: Kaucyila Brooke, Annetta Kapon, Morgan Fisher (with JP Munro, D’Ette Nogle and Ramona Trent), Benjamin Weissman, Pete Lloyd Lewis, Allan deSouza, Yvonne Rainer, and Paul Chaat Smith

2000 March 21 “Fat is beautiful: empowering fat women through media” - Paper Tiger TV screening and discussion by Randi Cecchine, Laura Kipnis, Nomi Lamm, and Laurie Toby Edison - Blue Stockings Bookstore (172 Allen St., New York)

2000 March 24-26 “Queer colored bodies: arts, spirituality, health & activism” - Smith College - more info: Tiffani St. Cloud (tstcloud@smith.edu)

2000 March 24-May 6 Gay Chan - SF Camerawork, San Francisco

2000 March 25-April 29 “Robert Melee’s unit” - Andrew Kreps Gallery (518 W. 20th St., New York 10011 212-741-8849)

2000 March 27-May 13 “Arthur Tress” - Sarah Morthland Gallery (225 Tenth Ave., New York 10011 212-242-7767)

2000 March 30-June 25 “Picturing the modern Amazon” - New Museum of Contemporary Art (583 Broadway, New York 10012 212-219-1222)

2000 March 31-April 29 “The Jonathan Horowitz show” - Greene Naftali (526 W. 26th St., New York 10001 212-463-7770)

2000 March 31-May 28 “Inverted odysseys” - Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, Fla. - the work of Claude Cahun, Maya Deren, Cindy Sherman - earlier exhibited at Grey Art Gallery, New York University - notice with photos: Metrosource (New York), spring 2000, p. 24-25

2000 April 8 “Objects of desire: homosexualities and the history of collecting” - international symposium sponsored by the University of Chicago Lesbian and Gay Studies Project - speakers included Whitney Davis, Richard Meyer, and Deborah Bright - more info: http:// humanities.uchicago.edu/cgs/lgsp.html - papers to be published in a forthcoming issue of Art history edited by Adam Rifkin

2000 April 11-May 13 Ron Amato - Richard Anderson Gallery (453 W. 17th St., New York 212-463-0970)

2000 through April 23 “Robert Gober: sculpture + drawing” - Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington

2000 May 4-7 Canadian Anthropological Society, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta - including session entitled “Creating queer space: feminist queer studies in anthropology” organized by Jacquelyne Luce (jluce@yorku.ca)

2000 through May 13 “Double fantasy” - works by Nayland Blake - Matthew Marks Gallery (523 W. 24th St., New York)

2000 May 15-18 American Association of Museums Annual Meeting, Baltimore - program includes several sessions sponsored by the Diversity Coalition - more info on AAM site at http://www.aam-us.org

2000 May 16-June 23 “9th Lesbian and Gay Photo Annual” - Leslie-Lohman Gay Art Foundation, New York

2000 May 20-21 Lotus Roots 3: an International Asian/Pacific Islander Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgendered Gathering - Seattle Central Community College, sponsored by Asian Lesbian & Bisexual Alliance - a space will be dedicated for artwork and videos - more info: Anne Xubu Clark at annec@legacyhouse.org or Zone Montoya at Zone.Montoya@ci.seattle.wa.us

2000 June Global Women Project Exhibition - White Columns, New York - project directed by Claudia DeMonte, University of Maryland at College Park - email McMonte2@aol.com

2000 June 11-July 23 “In memory of my feelings: Frank O’Hara and American art” - Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY

2000 June 29-September 24 “Amazons in the drawing room: the art of Romaine Brooks” - National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington

2000 July 18-August 19 “Summer invitational group show” - Leslie-Lohman Gay Art Foundation, New York

2000 July 28-September 3 “Deborah Kass: Warhol Project” - University of California, Santa Barbara

2000 September 23-December 17 “Deborah Kass: Warhol Project” - Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston

2000 October “Amazons in the drawing room: the art of Romaine Brooks” - Berkeley Museum of Art, University of California Berkeley (symposium October 27-28)

2000 October 24-28 “Performative sites: intersecting art, technology, and the body” - The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel, State College, PA - http://www.outreach.psu.edu/C&I/performativesites

2000 October 25-29 American Folklore Society Annual Meeting, Columbus, Ohio - theme “Contesting concepts of culture” - proposals (due 15 April 2000) were invited on “the ways that culture has replaced race, ethnicity, class, gender, and sexual orientation in political dialogue, sometimes as a way of avoiding direct confrontation with these issues” - more info: http://www.afsnet.org or John Roberts, meeting committee chair at email roberts.420@osu.edu

2000 November 15-28 “Familiar men” by Laurie Toby Edison - Flores Gallery, Kyoto Seika University, Japan

2000 November 16-19 “It’s about time” - 8th Annual Conference of the Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies, New Orleans, La. - http://www.frontiernet.net/~gemcs/

2001 January 28-April 8 “Deborah Kass: Warhol Project” - Weatherspoon Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro