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Photos by Mary Barone
  Performa05 Biennale kick-off, featuring "True Love is Yet to Come" by Jesper Just
at Stephen Weiss Studio in Greenwich Village, Nov. 3, 2005
Performa founder
RoseLee Goldberg
Danish artist Jesper Just
Performa chairwoman Stephanie French
Designer Donna Karan
Artist Cindy Sherman
Artist Laurie Simmons (left) with New Museum director Lisa Phillips
Dealer Perry Rubinstein with Zoe Jackson
Artist Sari Carel
Royal Danish consul Irene Krarup and consul general of Finland Ilkka Kalliomaa
Critic Vicki Goldberg and photo collector David Raymond
Norwegian actor Baard Owe and his wife
Artist Shirin Neshat
Furniture designer
Dakota Jackson
Gallery Beat TV’s Paul H-O
Critic Jerry Saltz and
RoseLee Goldberg
  Painter Joyce Pensato opens a show of her works at Parker’s Box in Brooklyn, Oct. 21, 2005
Parker’s Box director
Alun Williams
Artists Mary Carlson and Jim Torok
Artist Joyce Pensato
  Keith Haring’s "Coloring Book" series opens at Briggs Robinson Gallery in Chelsea, Oct. 27, 2005
Art dealer Josh Briggs
Briggs Robinson’s gallery director Bettina Smith with dealer Nick Robinson
Poet David Shapiro
Dealer Alberto Magnan
Murder Mystery Inc.’s Adam Fels and Jeremy Colman with Liz Dehner
Artist John Newsom
  "Utopia and Reality: French Furniture 1965-1979" opens
at the new Demisch Danant Gallery on West 22nd Street in Chelsea, Oct. 27, 2005
Stephane Danant
Suzanne Demisch
Francois-Xavier Lalanne’s 1973 Chameau at Demisch Danant
  ArtTable celebrates Ellen Harvey’s "Mirror" with a day trip
to the Pennsylvania Academy Of Fine Arts, Nov. 7, 2005
ArtTable director Ellen Staller
"Mirror" curator Alex Baker
Artist Ellen Harvey
  Also on the scene in Chelsea
Chris Isenberg’s "Fall Classic" installation at Melody Weir Gallery, Oct. 26, 2005
Artist and T-shirt entrepreneur Chris Isenberg
Julia Royse, Mark Sanders and Francesca Amfitheatrof, producers of the artist-designed chess sets on view in "The Art of Chess" at Luhring Augustine
Author Joan Didion, marking the publication of her new book, The Year of Magical Thinking, at Paula Cooper Gallery/Book 192