Alix Lambert  (American, 1968) 

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Alix Lambert Biography
1984   Parsons School of Design, Summer Program New York, NY
1985   Royal College of Art, Summer Program London, England
1990   School of Visual Arts New York, NY
  Born Washington, DC
Selected Exhibitions
2000   Human Being and Gender, Kwangju Biennale 2000 Korea
2000   Bond Related Noise, Elizabeth Cherry Fine Arts Tuscon, Arizona
200   GameOn!, Sara Meltzer Gallery New York, NY
1999   Antiworld, Gallery Untitled Dallas, Texas
1998   Super Freak, Greene-Naftali Gallery New York, NY
1998   Tattoo, Curt Marcus Gallery New York, NY
1997   , ARTRA Milan, Italy
1997   The Young and the Restless, (traveling to Lo, The Museum of Modern Art New York, NY
1995   Femininemasculin, Centre Georges Pompidou Paris, France
1995   Javier Lopez Gallery London, England
1994   Art and Public Geneva, Switzerland
1994   Oh Boy, It's a Girl, Kunstverien Munchen Munich, Germany
1993   Exquisite Corpse, The Drawing Center New York, NY
1993   Marc Hostettler Furkapasse, Switzerland
1992   Daniel Newburg Gallery New York, NY
1991   4th Floor, (curated by Kenn, 89 Greene Street New York, NY
Literature
  Mastering the Melon, DAP, Galería Javier López, 2006
  Art in the Making, DAP, Linda Weintraub, 2004
  I am Not Like Them at All and I Cannot Pretend, Abaton Books 2004
  Purple Ten Years, Purple Books, 2002.
  Russian Prison Tattoos, Schiffer Publishing, by Alix Lambert 2003.
  Lionel Bovier & Christophe Cherix Prise directe, Les Presses du reel 2002, pp. 65-70.
  Visible Language, 36.1, Interview with Michael Golec and photo essay, 2002.
  XX111Festival Des films Des Femmes, Creteil France, 2001.
  Images of The Twentyfirst Century, 3rd Thessoloniki Documentary Festival, Greece, 2001.
  VERA, Kort-Och documentary festival, Finland, 2001.