Timeline

Founder, 1980, of Ocean Earth Construction and Development Corporation, changed in 1994 to Ocean Earth Development Corporation (OCEAN EARTH).

Exhibitions

May 3, 2003–2001
Sao Paulo Biennale, Azerbaijan/Armenia/Georgia Pavilion, PF
May 3, 2003–2001
“PACIFIC EXPANSE', Mars Pictures, Tokyo, OE
May 3, 2003–2001
“U.N. DONE', Roebling Hall, Brooklyn, PF
May 3, 2003–2000
'EURAFRICA/AMERICAS/MONDO', Galería Marta Cervera, Madrid, PF
May 3, 2003–2000
'CHINA BASINS: The River Dragon Breathes Fire', Smart Museum, The University of Chicago (part of 3-person 'Ecologies' show), PF
May 3, 2003–2000
'RAPID: Post-Petroleum Gas Stations, Launching a Brand,' American Fine Arts, NY. OE
May 3, 2003–2000
'World Trade,' group show, Roebling Hall, Brooklyn, PF
May 3, 2003–2000
“Cartographie des artistes”, group show, Galerie Anne de Villepoix, Paris, PF
May 3, 2003–2000
'Kosov@: Carnival in the Eye of the Storm', group, Pacific Northwest College of Art and subsequent venues, Portland, OR. PF
May 3, 2003–2000
'Flag For the U.N.', in group, 'World Wild Flags”, Liege/NY. PF
May 3, 2003–1999
'Global Warming: A Rapid Response Remark', Nikolai Fine Art, NY, PF
May 3, 2003–1999
“Architettura Doppo la Guerra', in tandem with Venice Biennale, PF
May 3, 2003–1999
'Chase Scene' (Montenegro and NZ projects), American Fine Arts, OE
May 3, 2003–1999
“NEWS ROOM NY”, Roger Smith Gallery, midtown NY
May 3, 2003–1999
'Crash' (group), ICA, London, PF
May 3, 2003–1998
'Cartographers', group, Warsaw/Maribor/Budapest, OE
May 3, 2003–1998
“NEWS ROOM GRAZ”, Steirischer Herbst, Kunst & Medien, Graz
May 3, 2003–1998
“Desert Flood,' group, ROVE, NY, PF