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|PEOPLE 1997 ARCHIVES
Benefit Gala for BOMB Magazine 12/9/97
at Matthew Marks Gallery, Dec. 8, 1997.
Robert Longo 11/24/97
opens at Metro Pictures in Chelsea.
Donald Baechler 11/17/97
opens at Paul Kasmin in SoHo.
Communication Is the Key 11/10/97
Portraits in public relations around New York, fall 1997.
Julian Schnabel 10/31/97
"Portrait Paintings" at PaceWildenstein in Soho.
Christian Marclay 10/27/97
opens "Pictures at an Exhibition: An Installation" at the Whitney Museum at Philip Morris.
Out in New York 10/22/97
Downtown openings, Oct. 18, 1997.
Dinos and Jake Chapman 9/15/97
open "Six Feet Under" at Gagosian in SoHo on Sept. 13, 1997.
Art Dealers in the Autumn 9/15/97
looking optimistic, as the new season gets under way in New York.
Summer in L.A. 8/1/97
The 3rd Los Angeles International Biennial Art Invitational was kicked off with a lively reception at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Yo Brooklyn! The opening of "Current Undercurrent: Working in Brooklyn" 7/28/97
at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, July 24, 1997 - Jan. 25, 1998.
The dedication of the new Duke Ellington Memorial 7/1/97
by L.A. sculptor Robert Graham, at Duke Ellington Circle on Fifth Avenue and 110th Street, New York City, July 1, 1997.
The Cindy Sherman 6/25/97
opening at the Museum of Modern Art and Keith Haring at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
The Night for All the Arts 6/11/97
gala benefit for Learning Through Art/The Guggenheim Museum Children's Program at the Guggenheim Museum, May 28, 1997.
The reception for Thomas Schütte 4/14/97
and his sculpture series, "Die Fremden" (the strangers), 1992, at Marian Goodman Gallery, Apr.11, 1997.
Art critics 3/21/97
in the springtime -- the week of Mar. 16 -- in Soho and at the press preview of the Whitney Biennial.
The gala opening on Feb. 19, 1997 of the 9th annual Art Show, hosted by the Art Dealers Association of America to benefit the Henry Street Settlement.
The first National Black Fine Art Show Jan. 31-Feb. 2, 1997, at the Puck Building in Manhattan.
The 5th annual Outsider Art Fair Jan. 24-26, 1997, at the Puck Building in Manhattan featuring selections from 35 dealers worldwide.
The Winter Antiques Show Jan. 17-26, 1997, at the Seventh Regiment Armory, an astonishing bounty of beautiful objects and a host of knowledgeable and gracious dealers.
The gallery scene 1/17/97
gearing up for 1997--portraits of artists and dealers at openings in SoHo, January 9-11. Photos by Mary Barone.
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