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Nan Goldin, The Hug, NYC, 1980, cibachrome, 40 x 30 inches
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Nan and Goldin
During the 1980s the East Village art gallery scene helped to galvanize a new post-modern art in America ; showing such artists as Kiki Smith, Peter Halley, Keith Haring, Stephen Lack, Greer Lankton, Joseph Nechvatal, Nan Goldin, Jean-Michel Basquiat, David Wojnarowicz, James Romberger and Jeff Koons.
The curator of the Rio de Janeiro Museum of Modern Art, changed the schedule in order to accommodate, in February 2012, the Nan Goldin exhibition in Brazil.
Wojnarowicz is also connected to other prolific artists of the time, appearing in or collaborating on works with artists like Nan Goldin, Peter Hujar, Luis Frangella, Karen Finley, Kiki Smith, John Fekner, Richard Kern, James Romberger, Ben Neill and Phil Zwickler.
In 2000, the museum received 15 works by artists including the photographer Nan Goldin from the collection of Peter Norton.
Some of the known artists that have used slide shows in their work are: Bas Jan Ader, Francis Alys, Robert Barry, James Coleman, Jan Dibbets, Dan Graham, Rodney Graham, Nan Goldin, Louise Lawler, Ana Mendieta, Jonathan Monk, Dennis Oppenheim, Allan Sekula, Robert Smithson, Carey Young, Krzysztof Wodiczko, Muhammed Ali.
On 20 September 2007 BALTIC management contacted Northumbria Police for advice regarding whether or not a photograph should be displayed as part of the Thanksgiving installation, a forthcoming exhibition by American photographer Nan Goldin.
The Whitechapel has premiered international artists such as Pablo Picasso, Frida Kahlo, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and Nan Goldin, and provided a showcase for Britain ’ s most significant artists from Gilbert & George to Lucian Freud, Peter Doig, Ian McKeever, to Mark Wallinger.
Collaborations include Alex Prager ( Spring 2011 ), Nan Goldin ( Spring 2010 ), Steven Meisel ( Fall 2009 ), Larry Sultan ( Spring 2009 ), Todd Eberle ( Cruise 2009 ), Nick Knight ( Fall 2008 ), Sam Taylor-Wood ( Spring 2008 ), Annie Leibovitz ( Fall 2007 ), Tina Barney ( Spring 2007 ), Lord Snowdon ( Fall 2006 ), Stephen Shore ( Spring 2006 ) and Philip-Lorca diCorcia ( Fall 2005 ).
Nan and 1980
Led by Paul Linkson as General Manager other broadcasters who featured on 5DN 972 from 1980 include Leigh Hatcher, Vincent Smith, Murray Nicoll, Gary Rivett, Kevin Crease, Ken Dickin, Judith Barr, Ken Cunningham, Gary Bau, David Hookes, Trevor Ford, Bob Byrne, Noel Yeates, Geoff Jay, Alex Zastera, Gerard Stone, Dave Waterman, Joan Hanger, Ray Fewings, Andrew Pearce, Chris Glenn, Dom Rinaldo, Murray " Buzzard " Olds, Terry Clark and Nan Witcomb.
She was in Frederic Raphael's The Glittering Prizes ( 1976 ), played Connie, the head of a battling South London family in the thirteen-part drama Fox ( 1980 ) and was the formidable Nan in the ITV comedy series Shine On Harvey Moon ( 1982 – 85 ).
Nan and 30
One of the five Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan schools, along with Ai Tong School, Chongfu Primary School, Kong Hwa School and Nan Chiau Secondary School, Tao Nan School is among the 30 most popular primary schools listed by the Ministry of Education.
Goldin and 30
After being identified as a spy by U. S. Naval Intelligence, Orlov obtained a passport in the name of William Goldin and departed on 30 November 1932 on the SS Bremen back to Weimar Germany.
NYC and 1980
After their 1980 release, the group added Dennis " Fly " Amero ( guitars, vocals ), keyboardist Lane Hoppen ( brother of Larry and Lance ) and drummer Charlie Shew ( at that time going under the pseudonym Eric Charles ) to play alongside Wells Kelly then replace him when he left by early 1981 to relocate to NYC.
In June 1980, Stuart Grunther and Ron Roth owned a siphon seltzer distributing company in NYC called Seltzer Unlimited.
CMJ Music Marathon was introduced in 1980, with only a few venues around NYC as a way for industry professionals to discover new breaking artists in the college radio world.
WNYU has been home to Plastic Tales from the Marshmallow Dimension as well as the legendary New Afternoon Show since 1980, when programmer Sal LoCurto flipped the format from progressive rock to New Wave, creating a U. S. launching pad for an entire new generation of music including The Human League, Heaven 17, R. E. M., Public Image Limited as well as NYC and Hoboken acts such as The dB's, The Fleshtones, The Bongos, Liquid Liquid, KONK, ESG, The Individuals and The Bush Tetras.
His other amateur titles included the 1981 New York City Police Athletic League Champion, 1980 NYC Kids Gloves Champion, Empire State Games Heavyweight Champion ( 1982, 1983, 1984 ).
The term has also been used to describe large, multistory, high-capacity high-profile nightclubs, such as Pacha in Ibiza or 1970s discotheques such as Studio 54 NYC opened in 1977, The Saint NYC ( opened in 1980 ) and Heaven London open in 1979 were earlier versions of the genre.
NYC and 40
The town, just 40 miles west of New York City, began as a summer get away for the wealthy in NYC who primarily sought access to the lake.
NYC. GOV statistics for 2007 revealed that the 77th precinct, which includes a significant part of Crown Heights, had experienced a year-to-date decline of 40 % in the number of murders ( a total of 9, down from 15 ), significantly impacted by local volunteer police patrols, and a decline of 20 % in the number of rapes ( 12, down from 15 ).
The Commission only allows NYC cabs to be Crown Victoria ( Ford ) s and Camry ( Toyota ) s. It also oversees over 40, 000 other for-hire vehicles, including " black cars ", commuter vans and ambulettes.