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  ART ON ST. PAT'S
While the Irish marched up Fifth Avenue in New York City on St. Patrick's Day, Mar. 19, 2001,
life went on as usual over in the Chelsea art-gallery district.
 
  
Celebrating St. Patrick's Day, outside Alexander & Bonin.
 
Liz Deschenes, "Blue Screen Process," installation view, (Green Screen #4, #5, #6), at Andrew Kreps
 
The Empire State Building
  
 
 
  
John Newsom, Sunburst, 2001, $5,000 at Silverstein Gallery
 
William Eggleston, Untitled (Topiary Trees, Hollywood), 1999-2000, at Cheim & Read
 
Rob Pruitt, Pa (left) and Panda Food, 2001, $12,000 (each, sold) at GBE
  
 
 
  
Jessica Kurland at Gorney Bravin + Lee, $4,000, ed. of 6
 
Future site of Eyebeam Atelier's Museum of Art & Technology on West 21st Street
 
Robert Grosvenor, Untitled, 1994, $75,000 (sold) at Paula Cooper Gallery
  
 
 
  
Takashi Murakami
at Marianne Boesky
(detail)
 
Takashi Murakami t-shirt at Marianne Boesky, $25
 
Takashi Murakami, Mushroom Painting, (detail) 1999, collection SFMOMA at Marianne Boesky
  
 
 
  
Jenny Schobel, Drive, 2000-01, $3,000, at Thomas Erben Gallery
 
Ray Johnson, Untitled (Gertrude Stein in '50s Kitchen), 1975, NFS, at Feigen Contemporary
 
James Gobel, In the Tree, 2001, $2,500 (sold), in "Spring" at Kravets/Wehby
  
 
 
  
Robin Michaels, M-1, 2000, $4,000 the set; $1,200 each, at Venetia Kapernekas Fine Arts
 
Rainer Ganahl, Searching Karl Marx on Amazon.com, 2001, $12,000 (sold), and Reading Karl Marx, 1998-2001, $10,000 at Baumgartner Gallery
 
Graham Durwood, Retina of. (the Virgin), 2000, $9,000, at AC Project Room
  
 
 
  
Claire Corey, installation view, Untitled Paintings, $4,000-$5,000, at Venetia Kapernekas Fine Arts
 
Lucy Gunning, Intermediate II, 2001, (videotape), at Greene Naftali
 
Lucy Gunning, Intermediate II, 2001, (portable ballet studio), at Greene Naftali
 
Michelle Rollman, Bremen Town Musicians, 2001, $4,500, in "Dark Horse" at Clementine
  
 
 
  
Maria Marshall, still image from Theresa's Story, 2000
 
Maria Marshall, President Bill Clinton, Memphis, Nov. 1993, 2000, $12,000 (sold), at TEAM
 
Oliver Boberg, Himmel, 2000, at Paul Morris Gallery