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"While no government can call a great artist or scholar into existence, it is neces- 
sary and appropriate for the Federal Government to help create and sustain not 
only a climate encouraging freedom of thought, imagination and inquiry, but also 
the material conditions facilitating the release of this creative talent." The National 
Foundation on the Arts and Humanities Act of 1 965, Section 951 (7) 






Nothing exists in a vacuum. This is as true of art as of any other human activity. 
From 1966 to 1995, artists, critics, museum and gallery directors, visual arts 
enthusiasts, politicians, and a growing multitude of citizens from all walks of life 
expressed their opinions-sometimes vociferously-concerning the pros and 
cons of the Visual Artists' Fellowship Program administered by The National 
Endowment for the Arts (NEA). 

This book offers a fascinating history of that program told from the inside: how it 
began, how it was structured, how it evolved, and-above all-how those con- 
nected with the program strove for almost thirty years to fulfill their obligation to 
provide the means for American artists of differing styles and forms of expression 
to create art. 

Here the reader will find not only a detailed account and chronology of the Visual 
Artists' Fellowship Program, but also a specific mention of each individual who 
served on the staff, as well as the names and affiliations of all selection and policy 
panelists. Finally, there is a complete listing of every artist who received a Visual 
Artists' Fellowship from 1966 through 1995, with his or her geographical loca- 
tion at the time of the award, followed by the date, category, and amount of 
each grant. 

In total, 6,500 fellowships were awarded to some 5,000 artists in the disciplines 
of painting, sculpture, crafts, works on paper, photography, printmaking, video, 
performance art, installation work, artists books, and other visual art forms. The 
100 colorplates and193 black-and-white illustrations offer a broad sampling of 
work by a number of the artists who received these grants-including Jennifer 
Bartlett, Dale Chihuly, Chuck Close, Mark di Suvero, Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, 
Maya Lin, Bruce Nauman, Alice Neel, Nam June Paik, Susan Rothenberg, 
Edward Ruscha, Joel Shapiro, and H. C. Westermann, among others-but it is 
the contribution made by the NEA's Visual Artists' Fellowship Program to the 
work of the artists whose lives it touched that resonates most eloquently as a 
tribute to its ultimate goal. 



293 illustrations, including 100 plates in full color 




listory of THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS 

Visual Artists' Fellowship Program 1 966 - 1 995 



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A CREATIVE LEGACY 

A History of THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS 

Visual Artists' Fellowship Program 1 966 - 1 995 



Introduction by BILL IVEY 

Essay by NANCY PRINCENTHAL 

Essay by JENNIFER DOWLEY 



Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers 
in association with 



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NATIONAL 
ENDOWMENT 
FOR THE ARTS 



Editor: Adele Westbrook 

Art Director: Eric Baker 

Designer: Pooja Bakri, Eric Baker Design Associates 

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data 

Princenthal, Nancy. 

A creative legacy: a history of the National Endowment for the Arts 

Visual Artists' Fellowship Program/introduction by William Ivey; essay by 

Nancy Princenthal, essay by Jennifer Dowley. 

p. cm. 

ISBN 0-8109-4170-8 

1 . National Endowment for the Arts. Visual Artists' Fellowship Program-History. 

2. Art-Scholarships, fellowships, etc. -United States. 3. Government aid to 
the arts-United States. I. Dowley, Jennifer. II. Title. 

N8838.P75 2001 
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Essay copyright ©2001 Nancy Princenthal 

Copyright ©2001 Harry N. Abrams, Inc. 

Published in 2001 by Harry N. Abrams, Incorporated, New York 

All rights reserved. No part of the contents of this book may 

be reproduced without the written permission of the publisher 

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Contents 



Acknowledgments 6 

Introduction by Bill Ivey 7 

Essay by Nancy Princenthal 10 

Color Plates 21 

Essay by Jennifer Dowley 128 

Chronology 133 

Visual Arts Policy /Overview Panelists 152 

NEA Chairmen, Visual Arts Directors, and Visual Arts Staff 156 

Black-and-White Plates 159 

National Recipients 208 

Regional Recipients 240 

Index 252 



Acknowledgments 



Work on this' book began in 1 996 after the U.S. Congress 
terminated Visual Artists Fellowships. With the approval of 
the National Council on the Arts, we began the long process of 
assembling all the materials to create this document. In 
selecting the artists whose work was to be included in this book, 
a review process that mirrored the Endowment's grant review 
process took place. I sent out the complete list of 4,500 national 
fellowship recipients to fourteen museum curators/directors 
around the country and asked them to select one hundred artists 
whose work was significant in the development of American art. 
We are most grateful to them for accepting this challenge. They 
are: Amada Cruz (Bard College), Jim Demetrion (Hirshhorn 
Museum and Sculpture Garden), Suzanne Ghez (Renaissance 
Society), Thelma Golden (Norton Family Foundation), Stephen 
Gong (University Art Museum, Berkeley), Kathy Halbreich 
(Walker Art Center), John Hanhardt (Guggenheim Museum), 
Peter Hassrick (independent), Karin Higa (Japanese American 
Historical Museum), Ruth Kohler (Kohler Art Center), Andrea 
Miller-Keller (independent), Kenneth Trapp (Renwick Gallery), 
Adam Weinberg (Addison Gallery), and Debra Willis-Kennedy 
(Smithsonian). Their nominations were in turn reviewed and nar- 
rowed further by: Arthur Danto (arts writer), Hugh Davies 
(Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego), Merry Forresta 
(National Museum of American Art), and Ned Rifkin ( The Menil 
Collection). We found this process of narrowing to be extremely 
difficult. This was a case of the quality of the whole being far 
greater than the individual examples we were able to accommo- 
date in our publication. Fortunately, the National Museum of 
American Art's archive, which we commissioned as a companion 
project to this one, is able to carry far more information than can 
be contained in this book. 

There are a number of people whose encouragement and sup- 
port were critical in the implementation of this publication. First, 
there is Paul Gottlieb, former President, Publisher, and Editor-in- 
Chief, of Harry N. Abrams, Inc. He believed in this project as an 
important contribution to American cultural life and out of 
his respect for the work of the Visual Artists' Fellowship Program 
undertook its publication. Two of Abrams' editors worked with 
me in sequence over the years to see that the book was shaped 
properly: Margaret Kaplan and Adele Westbrook. At the Arts 
Endowment, several people saw to it that this project evolved 
thoughtfully and with full support. Susan Clampitt, former Deputy 
Chairman for Programs at the Arts Endowment, first recognized 



the significance of this effort and gave it its initial boost. 
Jane Alexander, our Chairman at the time of its initiation, was 
fully committed to its undertaking. In subsequent years, 
Scott Shanklin-Peterson, Senior Deputy Chairman and Karen 
Christensen, Deputy Chairman for Grants and Awards, 
provided me with the time and encouragement to see it through. 
Bill Ivey, NEA Chairman at the time of publication, supported the 
project through it's completion. Michael Faubion, Council 
Coordinator, was invaluable in researching the history of the pro- 
gram and assembling much of the data for this project. He had 
been with the Visual Arts Program since 1 977 and participated 
in implementing the Fellowship Program in later years. 
Each Director of the Visual Arts Program (Henry Geldzahler, 
Brian O'Doherty, James Melchert, Benny Andrews, 
Richard Andrews, Susan Talbot, and Rosalyn Alter) is to be 
commended for his or her stewardship of the Fellowships 
through many turbulent moments. Each maintained the priority 
of the fellowships within the Arts Endowment's overall agenda. 
Arts Resources International, under the able direction of 
Don Russell, performed heroically in assembling much of the 
material for this book. Don's dedication to the details of this proj- 
ect stems from his extraordinary understanding of and commit- 
ment to contemporary artists. My thanks go to Michael Brenson 
for developing an essay for this book that was subsequently 
expanded and published separately as a book entitled 
Visionaries and Outcasts: The NEA, Congress, and the Place of 
the Artist in America. His thoughtfulness and integrity inspired 
my own commitment to this project long after I left the Arts 
Endowment. Nancy Princenthal has written a most intelligent and 
fair minded essay that provides a coherent and lucid reading of 
the many-layered art world represented by the Fellowships 
Program context in the development of American art within which 
the Visual Artists, Fellows sit. Finally, I am grateful to M. Stroud 
for providing me with time in a beautiful environment where I was 
able to think, write, and assemble much of this project. 



Jennifer Dowley 

Director, Museums and Visual Arts 
National Endowment for the Arts 
September 1994-June 1999 
March 2001 



Introduction 

By Bill Ivey 



In September of 1965, as President Lyndon Johnson signed 
legislation creating the National Endowment for the Arts, 
his prepared remarks indicated that the new agency "will 
support our symphony orchestras," and "bring more great 
artists to our schools." Johnson also predicted a National 
Theater, National Opera, and "a National Ballet 
Company." Over time, grants to orchestras and school res- 
idencies for artists have become mainstays of NEA' s work; 
national performing arts bodies never materialized under 
the Endowment's umbrella. 

That President Johnson's vision was less than fully premon- 
itory should not diminish our regard for the men and 
women who helped create the framework for an agency that 
was to have "an unprecedented effect on the arts." Rather, 
the President's statement is a reminder that, at its birth in 
the mid-1960s, the character of the National Endowment 
for the Arts was almost entirely unformed. 

It was left to those who first took on the task of directing 
the agency's affairs to define the Endowment's precise 
function and its manner of working. These early leaders 
faced a daunting task. The NEA had virtually no program- 
ming budget, and there existed only the slenderest of infra- 
structures linking up the tiny world of America's not-for- 
profit arts. 

Further, the Rose Garden signing ceremony did not com- 
pletely resolve the debate that had swirled about the 
possible creation of a federal arts agency. Some critics and 
observers had argued that a centralized arts authority 
would establish an "official" art, that it would be exclusion- 
ary or elitist, or that it would squander limited resources 
on work of no lasting merit. It was left to the new agency 
to sort these issues out; to provide the NEA with a set 
of programs and a method of working that would over time 
alleviate skepticism about a centralized entity overseeing 
government funding for the arts. 



The Endowment's Visual Artists' Fellowships, celebrated in 
this volume, did much to define the NEA. In both the sub- 
stance and process of the NEA's work, fellowships to visual 
artists became models for connecting federal dollars with 
working artists. 

First, by embracing living American artists, the full range 
of their working processes, and their occasionally challeng- 
ing output the agency placed itself squarely within the great 
tradition of enlightened patronage and won the respect of 
visual arts professionals in the academic community as well 
as the museum and gallery worlds. 

Second, in implementing its Visual Artists' Fellowship 
Program, the NEA engaged working artists in the process of 
selecting fellowship recipients, and gradually developed 
procedures that would enable the federal arts agency to 
conduct a fair, national process of adjudication based upon 
the close scrutiny of work samples. This system offered an 
alternative to the usual selection structures that were most 
often in the hands of curators, critics or scholars. Artists 
selecting artists provided the program an authority it could 
otherwise not have claimed. 



The Visual Artists' Fellowship Program evolved through its 
thirty-year history. The geographical reach, composition of 
panels, and size of awards were all adjusted as the 
Endowment responded to advice from its panels. And, the 
impact of the fellowships was remarkable. Through grants 
or participation in panels, the NEA's program reached 
many of the most influential and critically acclaimed artists 
of the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. Not infrequently, fellow- 
ships were awarded early in a career, providing a boost of 
cash and recognition at a key moment in the evolution of 
an artist's work. The nearly 300 works reproduced here, 
and the impressive list of Visual Arts Fellows Artists' 
Fellowship recipients honored over the years, are testimony 
to the importance of the Arts Endowment to the visual arts 
in the United States in the second half of the 20th century. 



Ultimately, this engagement between our federal arts 
agency and contemporary visual art could not survive a shift 
in the winds of political fortune. In the mid-1990s, faced 
with a conservative Congressional leadership and deprived 
of the Cold-War argument which viewed artists as valued 
symbols of America's free spirit, legislation forced the 
elimination of most of the NEA's fellowships. 

Although they were one of many strategies adopted by the 
Arts Endowment over the years, the Visual Artists' 
Fellowships helped establish the NEA's credentials as an 
agency committed to creativity and to the makers of 
art. The program also connected the Endowment to the 
contemporary American art world defined by museums, 
galleries, universities and publications. 

Most importantly, the NEA Visual Artists' Fellowships 
linked the agency with working artists. And, in making that 
connection, the NEA discovered its core commitment 
to the human dimension of art and art making: the well- 
being of artists; the vitality and longevity of their careers; 
the regard with which artists are viewed by the society 
at large. The Endowment's commitment to artists remains 
strong, fueling the NEA's continuing efforts to find 
ways to nurture, through direct support, the work of 
America's art makers. 



BILL IVEY 

Chairman 

National Endowment for the Arts 

March 200I 



ARTISTS ARTISTS: 



The NEA Visual Artists' Fellowship Program 



By Nancy Princenthal 



One of the most powerful of honorifics, in the visual arts, is 
"artists' artist." It is a term for the painter or sculptor or perform- 
ance artist who is perhaps not (yet) widely recognized by the 
public at large, or by those who buy and sell art, or even neces- 
sarily by the critics, but is admired with special fervor by those 
practicing in the same discipline. Over the course of its nearly 
thirty-year history, the Artists' Fellowship Program of the National 
Endowment for the Arts established a monumental record of 
artists' artists, of professionals chosen by panels comprised 
overwhelmingly of their peers (though administrators, historians, 
and critics also participated). The panelists looked not for evi- 
dence of popular acclaim, but for those who deserved it; without 
setting themselves the goal of predicting success, their deci- 
sions were often premonitory. 

Neither the work that was supported, nor the fellowship program 
itself, can be summarily characterized. If they could-if the 
Endowment's legacy in this field could be accommodated within 
a single framework, or ideology, or even a coherent set of 
descriptive terms-the program would have been an abject fail- 
ure. The record of recipients does, however, tell a story. It is vivid 
and engrossing, but it is not easy to decipher, since it's written in 
several dialects. And perhaps that is its main plot: how over the 
lifespan of the fellowship program, the language of visual art has 
divided, multiplied, interwoven-and, as a result, thrived. 



the final selections. (During most of the run of the fellowship pro- 
gram, applications were received, ultimately in the thousands, on 
an open basis; but for the first three years, before it was widely 
known, the program relied on the nominations of panelists.) The 
panelists who selected artists for this book represent the nation- 
al scope, and the conceptual and stylistic breadth, of the fellow- 
ship program itself. Inevitably, the panel's choices reflect the 
interests of administrators and writers working in the field today; 
the artists they have chosen are, mainly, those whose work 
remains vital to the art production of our time. But every effort 
was made to reflect, as well, the changing nature of the program 
as it evolved, and thus this sampling permits the reconstruction 
of an essential passage in American visual art. 

The Sixties 

Representing the sixty artists who were awarded fellowships in 
the first round (1 967) are Mark di Suvero, Dan Flavin, Sam 
Gilliam, Donald Judd, Agnes Martin, Robert Morris, Edward 
Ruscha, Tony Smith, and H. C. Westermann. Nominated by the 
program's first panelists, these artists were more established 
and widely acclaimed at the time they received support than 
most who would receive grants subsequently. The early awards 
signaled the prestige of the NEA program, and also its pre- 
science, since these artists remain among the leading figures of 
their generation. Their work at the time tended to be big, clean, 
and bold; in keeping with prevailing tendencies, it was largely 
(though not exclusively) abstract. Much of it articulated a distinct- 
ly American position for visual art, and a strong relationship with 
unmistakably American kinds of mass media, in a period of deep 
interest in national cultures. All could be labeled with ease as 
either painting or sculpture. (At the outset, there was only one 
category for grant applications-"artist." Separate grants in the 
categories "painting" and "sculpture" were not made until 1981, 
though photography, crafts, printmaking, conceptual/perform- 
ance art, and video were all introduced as application categories 
in the interim.) Most of the early recipients were white men, an 
inequity that would soon be redressed. 



This essay is organized around 1 00 fellowship recipients whose 
work is illustrated in the color-plate section of the book. They 
were selected, from among the thousands of artists who 
received individual artists' grants over the twenty-eight-year life 
of the program, in much the same way that the awards were 
first made: a panel of arts professionals from around the country 
was asked to submit nominations, and a second panel made 



But these were hardly safe choices. A solid core of this first- 
round work-that by Flavin, Judd, Martin, Morris, and Smith-is 
Minimalist, recognizable as such by its sleek, dispassionate 
geometry. (Represented by black-and-white illustrations in this 
book are several other Minimalists of this generation who 
received NEA fellowships, including Carl Andre, Ronald Bladen, 
Sol LeWitt, Robert Mangold, David Rabinowitch, and Fred 



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Sandback.) Minimalism's provocation is today hard to recapture, 
largely because the simple clear forms associated with it (and 
with conceptually distinct earlier European experiments in reduc- 
tive abstraction) have long since become part of the commercial 
design vernacular. But if the work is examined on its own terms 
(and several of these artists were active writers and polemicists) 
its radicalism is hard to miss. Rejecting standard compositional 
technique-focal points and hierarchically ordered areas of sub- 
sidiary interest, for one; the visible record of the artist's expres- 
sive touch, for another-the Minimalists not only abjured 
figuration, they also defied established assumptions within 
abstract art. 

A primary commitment was to presentation, at the expense of 
representation; not just mimesis, but all kinds of metaphor were 
rejected outright. The new work celebrated the art object in 
itself, as a material presence, as a document of the labor invest- 
ed in it by the artist, and as the occasion for a physical and/or 
perceptual experience for the viewer. But among Minimalism's 
many challenges, one was of a different order: it was launched 
against traditions governing category distinctions in the arts, as, 
for instance, those separating sculpture and functional object, or 
painting, or theatrical prop. Such challenges to conventional defi- 
nitions of the arts were not new to the '60s generation (they can 
be seen in aspects of Modernism going back to the early twenti- 
eth century) but they are firmly identified with these artists-and, 
indeed, with the Endowment's Visual Artists' Fellowship Program 
itself. If anything can be said to have constituted an ongoing pre- 
occupation for the program, it is support of the ever-increasing 
diversity of methods and media in visual art, whether such sup- 
port meant helping to articulate new disciplines, or, more often, 
condoning-and facilitating-the fluid exchanges between them. 

A certain amount of pressure is exerted, in the art market, by the 
simple demand for traditionally defined objects: paintings and 
works on paper that can be hung in a domestic interior and, with 
somewhat more difficulty, sculptures that can be installed there. 
This is hardly the only factor determining the commercial, much 
less the critical, viability of art. Certainly the degree of influence 
exerted by the market on art is debatable, and clearly museums 
and other public exhibiting institutions have become crucially 
important as sources of financial support for the arts. However, 
just as clearly, the government can play a critical role in freeing 
artists from the need to comply with the preferences and con- 
straints of private collectors. 



To be sure, for many artists awarded fellowships in the late '60s, 
and later, "circumvention of the commercial sector" (a term in 
wide circulation at the time) was, at most, a secondary concern. 1 
When Judd, for instance, opened his influential article "Specific 
Objects," by claiming that "Half or more of the best new work in 
the last few years has been neither painting nor sculpture," he 
was describing the work's challenges to historical art, and not, 
primarily, to that art's market. The same is true of Mark di 
Suvero's work, which managed to be both painterly and sculptur- 
al, bringing the bravado of big-gesture brushwork to the con- 
struction of assembled and welded sculpture. Tony Smith, an 
architect by training, applied the modularity and functional imper- 
atives of his design practice to his sculpture, though he kept 
the two disciplines discrete. (Judd, by contrast, ultimately 
became very interested in integrating fine and applied art as the 
Bauhaus and De Stijl masters of the early twentieth century 
had advocated, a goal he achieved at the residential, studio, and 
exhibition spaces at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas, 
illustrated here.) Dan Flavin, working throughout his career with 
simple configurations of colored fluorescent light bulbs, illuminat- 
ed (in more ways than one) the relationship between 
sculpture and useful design, though his work had no direct 
functional application. 

But for all the Minimalists, including those who, like Robert 
Morris, explored very different issues in later work, the rejection 
of a metaphorical in favor of a plainly declarative visual language 
also, implied a repositioning of art with respect to ordinary life. 
Sculptures and paintings were not transcendent objects; it was 
precisely their ordinariness, their quiddity, that merited enhanced 
attention. Making art did not involve sublimation into a realm of 
rarefied sensibility, it was work, pure and simple. Knocked off its 
pedestal, both symbolically and literally, art was to be created by 
laborers, in industrial spaces, using commercial materials. 

Of course, this thinking (and its rhetoric) caught in its net many 

artists whose motivation was quite different. For instance, the 

painter Agnes Martin, associated by age with the Abstract 

Expressionists (she was born in 1 91 2), is affiliated by style with 

the Minimalist artists, especially in her use of the Cartesian grid. 

But her meditative work reflects, in its colors and the tenor of its 

hand-penciled lines, an acute sympathy for the conditions of light 

and atmosphere in the natural world. "It is not what is seen, it is 

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what is known forever in the mind," Martin has said in response 

to questions about her work's relationship to the landscape of 



the Southwest, where she moved from lower Manhattan in 1 967, 
the same year the NEA awarded her a fellowship. Ed Ruscha, of 
the same generation as the largely East-Coast Minimalists, is a 
Los Angeles-based artist whose sharp, funny paintings com- 
bined elements of consumer-happy Pop and archly cerebral 
Conceptualism with a distinctly Southern California focus on car 
culture, and a driver's-eye perspective on the West Coast land- 
scape. Sam Gilliam, a painter based in Washington D.C, was 
associated there with the Color Field painters who took up the 
legacy of Abstract Expressionism. Staining raw canvas with 
freely poured pigments, the Color Field artists caused paint to lit- 
erally become part of the support surface, making image and 
object inseparable in a manner only one step removed from what 
the Minimalists were doing in sculpture at the same time. One of 
the best-known African-American artists of his time, Gilliam, born 
in 1 933 in Tupelo, Mississippi, remains an active and widely 
admired abstractionist, whose paintings (as illustrated here) have 
increasingly involved constructed three-dimensional elements. 

H.C. Westermann, a renegade prankster of the highest order, 
was initially based in Chicago, and became a mentor there to 
younger artists establishing an acidly comic regional painting 
idiom determinedly independent of New York. A masterful car- 
penter, Westermann fashioned his sculpture from wood, hard- 
ware, and miscellaneous commercial objects, investing them 
with significance both emotionally gripping and impenetrably 
ironic. The Walnut Death Ship illustrated here, one of a series of 
such vessels (they derive from an aircraft carrier attack that 
Westermann survived during service in World War II), combines 
comedy and tragic mortality in equal measure, its fastidious con- 
struction no security against its terrible, laughable fate. 

In short, the artists of the first round include both clear favorites 
and long shots, artists already or soon to be successful in the 
major centers of contemporary art, and others whose work was 
less well-known outside a group of local, ardent admirers. 
Several of the artists awarded fellowships in the first years would 
later receive support in other fellowship categories, from Painting 
to New Genres. And in the next few years, the NEA program's 
embrace of artists working in new disciplines greatly increased. 
Recipients in the next two years included a quartet of diverse 
artists whose (loosely defined) common purpose was the investi- 
gation of perception, as shaped both physiologically and cultur- 
ally. Richard Tuttle, a fellowship recipient in 1 969, is a visual poet 
who works at the very brink of immateriality, making objects con- 



sisting of nothing more (in the most attenuated examples) than 
bent wire and its shadow. A deeply reflective and disciplined 
artist, Tuttle trains his sight on visual incidents of such frailty and 
precision, realized in such eminently disposable materials (they 
have included bubble wrap, Styrofoam, and tin foil), that his work 
is easily overlooked -or, paradoxically, condemned for being too 
precious. But the exacting standards he sets for his audience, 
calling for appreciation of surpassingly subtle variations in 
texture, light, contour, and weight, have had a broad impact on 
the expectations and habits of art viewers. 

James Turrell, a 1 968 recipient, is as committed as Tuttle to an 
art of light, shadow, and their most carefully calibrated perturba- 
tions. But Turrell manipulates these elements with work that 
ranges from the room-sized (walk-in installations composed of 
controlled volumes of colored light, such as the rich, tart Key 
Lime illustrated here) to the colossal: for many years, he has 
been working at Roden Crater, an extinct volcano in Arizona, 
subtly transforming it into a vast optical instrument with ramps 
and apertures placed to frame particular events in the solar and 
celestial calendar. Though not yet fully available to the public, 
Turrell's Roden Crater project has already exerted considerable 
influence on art's physical and conceptual limits. 

But in terms of shaping patterns of expectation and understand- 
ing for art, few artists who emerged in the late sixties have been 
as influential as Bruce Nauman, a 1 968 fellow. Sensitive from 
the beginning to the manifold paradoxes involved in laying claim 
to perceptual experience, Nauman has devised a seemingly end- 
less variety of exercises for examining the relative privileges of 
authorship, response (both perceptual and emotional), and con- 
sumption. The materials he uses have included steel mesh fenc- 
ing, taxidermists' plastic molds, and neon signage; landmark 
works have ranged from an ironically spectacular enlargement 
of his own signature (extended vertically fourteen times, in neon) 
to videotaped performance -staged pratfalls, in slow motion; 
screaming heads, in real time -that make extreme physical and 
psychological states seem abstract. Greatly interested in 
wordplay, Nauman gravitates toward its limits: "I think the point 
where language starts to break down as a useful tool for 
communication is the same edge where poetry or art occurs," 
he said in a 1989 interview. 4 

These artists' work, concerned above all with sensory experience 
rather than material value ("This is not minimalism and it is not 



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conceptual work, it is perceptual work," Turrell has said), 
stretched the art market's tolerance. Not that it lacked commer- 
cial and institutional support. Nauman had his first solo exhibi- 
tion, at the Nicholas Wilder Gallery in Los Angeles, when he was 
just twenty-four; he had a one-person show at Leo Castelli in 
New York two years later, and his first museum survey by the 
time he was thirty, in 1 972 (the NEA grant came when he was 
twenty-seven); Tuttle's work, which also won early acclaim, was 
the subject of a 1 975 exhibition at the Whitney Museum of 
American Art. Still, these artists' work was hardly free of contro- 
versy, and the ambivalence toward the commercial market it 
reflected is visible in other decisions they have made. Tuttle, 
Nauman, and Turrell have all, independently, chosen to live in the 
rural Southwest, far from major centers of contemporary art pro- 
duction. And, however much success it has garnered, it is hard 
to imagine any of this work being developed with the commercial 
market as its sole support, since rethinking every aspect of the 
relationship between artists and viewers-as perceivers, respon- 
dents, and, not least, consumers- is critical to its meaning. 
Indeed the reconfiguration of the public, understood both in the 
aggregate and as disparate communities and individuals, with 
vastly different predispositions, expectations, and interests, is 
one of this work's most important impulses. 

The Seventies: Three-Dlmensional Work 

By 1973, the circle of visual arts fellowship recipients had again 
widened exponentially. Robert Irwin, a California-based artist, 
was deeply interested, like his colleague Turrell, in shaping per- 
ceptual experience through subtle manipulations of light. 
Beginning with paint on canvas, but soon moving to theatrical 
scrim (as in the later work illustrated here), Irwin created light- 
controlled conditions for optical responses that hovered just 
short of flat-out illusion. Irwin's interest in shaping experience has 
since found expression in designs for public spaces, from the 
gardens that flank the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles to 
the atrium of the Old Post Office building in Washington, D.C, 
where the National Endowment for the Arts has its headquarters. 
With his public projects, Irwin became a leading figure in devel- 
oping a kind of public art conceived in response to the condi- 
tions of its site. In a treatise called Being and Circumstance: 
Notes toward a Conditional Art, he promoted a "phenomenal, 
conditional, responsive art" that is "site conditioned/determined. 
Here the sculptural response draws all of its cues (reasons 
for being) from its surroundings. This requires the process to 



begin with an intimate, hands-on reading of the site.' 



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Richard Artschwager, like H.C. Westermann, is a skilled carpen- 
ter. Although he was a student in New York of the French 
Modernist Amedee Ozenfant for two years after World War II, 
Artschwager initially spurned this training, opening a small furni- 
ture factory before devoting himself full time to art. Combining 
the rigors of fine cabinet-making with the insouciance of,Pop, 
Artschwager entered into an investigation of the meaning of 
integrity -of "honesty to materials" and to the forms demanded by 
function-as it applies both to objects generally deemed "useful" 
(tables and chairs, for instance), and to art. The resulting hybrids 
have included unusable furniture, Formica-surfaced sculpture, 
and, ultimately, photo-based images executed in acrylic on tex- 
tured plastic surfaces. 

Well into the seventies, a great deal of work recognized by the 
Endowment continued to engage ideas related to Minimalism. 
Barry Le Va's sculpture, really a variant of Post-Minimalism rather 
than Minimalism proper, was based on th« random dispersal of 
common materials, a compositional strategy meant in part to 
express the physical world's inexorable progress toward chaos. 
(The "Post" in Post-Minimalism is misleading, since distinguishing 
the two chronologically is difficult, though it does separate a 
more lenient, process-oriented approach from a more rigorously 
rectilinear and machined one.) Scattering strips of felt, shattered 
glass, powder, and ball bearings at random on the floor, Le Va 
(who received a fellowship in 1 976) created ephemeral land- 
scapes determined by the chance confluence of the particulars 
of a given space, set of materials, and gestures. (In the years 
since, Le Va's work has grown increasingly rule-determined, as in 
the work illustrated here, while remaining unyieldingly abstract.) 

On the other hand, Joel Shapiro (a 1975 recipient) redirected the 
language of Minimalism toward the figure, producing highly sim- 
plified geometric forms that by the middle seventies had organ- 
ized themselves into diminutive houses. Oddly positioned, placed 
at the end of shelves extending from the wall or atop tables stood 
on the floor, these toy-sized structures each established a kind of 
perceptual quarantine; the spatial environments they produced 
in their own immediate vicinity seemed unnervingly discontinuous 
with the bigger, more shapeless and ambiguous world to which 
the viewer was, by default, relegated. (Shapiro's recent work 
includes over-life-size human figures, though its forms remain 
simple and sticklike, and are still, always, off balance, as can be 
seen in the public sculpture illustrated here.) Nancy Graves 
(a 1 973 recipient) was a realist of a different persuasion who first 



gained recognition for sculptures of camels, a subject matter 
sufficiently odd, realized with a fidelity sufficiently exacting, 
that the very tradition invoked-figurative sculpture-seemed 
unequal to the results. In subsequent work, Graves used a great 
variety of found material, most strikingly fruits, vegetables, and 
other flora cast in metal, welded together in freely associative 
compositions, and painted with equal license. Unquestionably 
a species of objective figuration, Graves's sculpture threw both 
parts of the term into question, transforming the most familiar 
of objects into characters in a language of unrestricted and highly 
expressive abstraction. 

As can be seen in Graves's work, the mid-seventies was a 
period in which influences from outside mainstream Modernist 
traditions were strongly felt, often expressed through 
craft techniques-an interest pursued, in part, because of late 
Minimalism's emphasis on process rather than product. For 
instance Martin Puryear, a 1977 recipient, studied woodworking 
and other craft techniques in both Africa and Scandinavia, and 
brought these disparate experiences to bear in his eccentric 
abstractions, which often weave subtle historical references into 
technique, as well as subject matter. Puryear has worked with a 
very wide range of materials, from rawhide and wood (using fur- 
niture-making techniques) to tarred wire mesh (from shipbuild- 
ing) to, in recent work, cast metal; his work's references range 
from tribal artifacts to futurist shelters. Significantly, Puryear, 
who is black, sought not "primitivism" but skill in Africa; writing 
about his work in 1 989, curator Robert Storr compared it 
to Westermann's and Artschwager's, and noted that "of late . . . 
the concept of mastery has fallen into almost total disrespect, 
becoming little more than an epithet for the ostentatious display 
of facility . . . [but] to speak of mastery does not suppose an 
innate capacity nor assert a suspect claim to 'genius.' It simply 
names the culmination of a prolonged and utterly practical edu- 
cation." Similarly, Jackie Winsor (who received three fellowships, 
the first in 1974), chose methods and materials -including, early 
in her career, wound twine-that reflected a similar interest in tra- 
ditional techniques, and in ensuring that the creative process is 
clearly manifest in the finished object. 



1 979; Voulkos and Lucero would subsequently receive fellow- 
ships in the Crafts category, a field in which they maintain distin- 
guished careers without in any way relinquishing the attention of 
the art world. Arneson, who later received support as a sculptor, 
was a figurative artist of great ebullience and reckless humor. 
Crossing wires between cool, Pop-related figuration and danger- 
ously hot-headed political satire, he demonstrated unrivaled virtu- 
osity in his medium, while also using techniques (gluing together 
elements broken in firing, for instance, or applying both glazes 
and paint to fired clay) considered taboo in the field. Voulkos, a 
mentor to a generation of American artists and craftspeople who 
use fired clay, was himself inspired by the gestural freedom of 
the Abstract Expressionists, with whom he is roughly contempo- 
rary (he was born in 1 924), and also by the Zen embrace of 
chance and accident in design. His free-form compositions in 
clay, which dispense with conventional requirements regarding 
both function and technique, are poles apart from the work 
of the younger Michael Lucero, who has flouted a different set of 
rules. Lucero mixes messages with abandon in his work, which 
often takes the form of usable vessels, though its language 
is of the most exuberant figurative painting. 

Of course, the artists emerging at this time were not the first to 
trounce boundaries between disciplines, or to bring foreign 
objects into the practice of art (in both cases, Picasso and 
Duchamp are generally considered to have gotten there first, at 
roughly the same time, in the second decade of the twentieth 
century). John Chamberlain, who received a fellowship in 1 974, 
was like Voulkos an immediate heir to Abstract Expressionism 
and its painterly license (Chamberlain was born in 1 927), 8 and 
he too interpreted this legacy in a surprising material: crushed 
automobile-body parts, paint and rust intact. His first use of such 
"colored steel" was a sculpture made of the fender from a 
friend's old car, in 1 957; it was quickly followed by others incor- 
porating materials scrounged from old benches, signs, buckets, 
lunch boxes-anything made of painted metal. Soon, though, 
Chamberlain restricted himself to scrapped cars, taking advan- 
tage of visual accidents caused by age, neglect, and physical 
injury, and eventually simulating such effects with great abandon. 



The sculpture of Puryear and Winsor resides comfortably within 
the precincts of contemporary art; the work of ceramists Robert 
Arneson, Michael Lucero, and Peter Voulkos, on the other hand, 
lives an edgy life between art and craft. All were awarded grants 
as "artists," Arneson in 1 973, Voulkos in 1 976, and Lucero in 



The younger sculptor Judy Raff (who received her first NEA fel- 
lowship in 1 979) is connected to the same painterly tradition, 
though the more direct link in her work is with such experiments 
in chance composition and the expression of natural entropy as 
were found in the Post-Minimalist work of, for instance, 



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Barry Le Va. Using everything from mylar and lucite (in her early 
installations) to uprooted trees and metal cable (more recently), 
Raff constructs paintings in space, their high-velocity contours 
soaring from wall to wall and ceiling to floor. Nancy Rubins 
(whose first grant came in 1 977) works with even more varied 
materials and in a more anarchic spirit; she has used everything 
from mattresses and frosted cakes (as illustrated here) to, literal- 
ly, the kitchen sink, submerging major home appliances and 
other domestic flotsam in towering explosions of concrete, in 
early work, or, subsequently, stringing her eccentric materials up 
on wire cable. But for the sheer abandon with which he mixes 
up disciplines, historical styles, and narrative traditions, few 
artists can rival Terry Allen, who received the first of three fellow- 
ships in 1 973. A composer and lyricist, performer, and sculptor 
of assemblages, he draws upon his Texan background, and 
the love of storytelling for which Texas is renowned, in fashioning 
multimedia work that includes songs, sets, players, and 
dramatic material both live and taped, remembered, invented, 
and freshly seen. 

The Seventies: Two-Dimensional Work 

In painting as in three-dimensional work, there existed consider- 
able interest during the 1 970s in negotiating a balance between 
the tight-lipped, stripped-down geometric abstraction of the mid- 
sixties and the prolix, polyglot work that would characterize the 
following decade. Like the sculptor Joel Shapiro, the painter 
Jennifer Bartlett (a 1 976 recipient) was finding ways to loosen 
the strictures of Minimalism without sacrificing its visual logic 
and conceptual motivation. In Bartlett's work, the grid became 
the organizing principle for vast, serialized narratives, the compo- 
nents of which, both figurative and abstract, were painted on 
square, baked-enamel-on-metal panels. Hung like tiles in regular 
rows, the panels were systematic and at the same time wildly 
spontaneous. Some of the panels were self-contained pictorial 
elements, while in other cases imagery spilled across several 
adjacent tiles. Redirecting the lessons of Minimalism with both 
respect and humor, Bartlett's work at this time also drew upon 
comic strips, so important to the development of Pop art, and 
film, which is similarly composed of sequential frames, and which 
likewise relies on montage and elision. 

The same sources influenced Susan Rothenberg, a painter who 
emerged around the same time (and received a fellowship in 
1979). Included, as was Bartlett, in a 1978 Whitney Museum 
exhibition called New Image Painting (the label "New Imagist" 



was soon applied to Shapiro as well; among other NEA recipi- 
ents included in this group are Robert Moskowitz and Joan 
Brown, whose work is illustrated in black-and-white), Rothenberg 
first gained attention for a series of paintings of horses, a subject 
she had arrived at intuitively after experimenting with a range of 
media and practices, including performance and process-orient- 
ed abstract painting. The animals were shown in profile and at 
rest, their contours painted across two adjacent canvas panels, 
the imagery freehand but schematic, psychological associations 
clearly present but held in check by the static regularity of the 
composition and its repetition. Describing the "perversity" of her 
goals at this time, Rothenberg said, "I like tension. To take some- 
thing that had implied motion and not use it in that way; to 
have something that was volumetric and not use it that way." 9 
Rothenberg's work would soon become considerably freer, with 
deeper and darker depicted space, and more richly allusive sub- 
ject matter. But it has retained the self-questioning aspect-the 
querulous contours, ambiguous subjects, and brushstrokes 
that tend to assert their independence from mere description-of 
work that does not take figuration as a self-evident justification 
for painting. 

Standing in equally close, though similarly covert, relationship 
to Minimalism are Chuck Close's super-scaled photo-based por- 
trait paintings of friends and colleagues and, as illustrated here, 
of himself. These endlessly engrossing paintings are now as 
widely popular as they are critically acclaimed. But in 1973, when 
Close received a fellowship, his audience was restricted by the 
painting's identification with groundbreaking, and admittedly diffi- 
cult, Conceptualist explorations of the relationship between pho- 
tography and painting, and their relative reliability as objective 
registers of visual truth. Gridding his canvases with the same 
meticulous regularity as Agnes Martin -a procedure he continues 
to follow, even as his paintings have exploded with color and 
digressive linear pattern -Close plotted his pictures like topo- 
graphical maps, filling in the details of facial features as if they 
were just so much quantifiable data. 

Alice Neel was, like Close, primarily a portrait painter, but was 
otherwise sui generis, a rogue realist who followed no stylistic 
trend or ideological inclination, and treated her subjects with 
heedless candor. Neel was seventy-three when she was awarded 
a fellowship in 1 973, and though she was ardently admired by 
some, she was hardly well-known. "I developed my own way. I'm 
an intellectual also. I know all the theory of everything, but when I 



paint I don't think of anything except the subject and me" 10 she 
told an interviewer, with typical frankness, in 1 983, the year 
before her death (and seventeen years before her first major 
museum exhibition). The legacy of Expressionism, latent in Neel's 
portraiture and approached circuitously in Rothenberg's paint- 
ings, was engaged more directly in the work of some of their 
contemporaries. It is reflected, for instance, in the dense, lush 
landscape paintings, freely brushed and richly colored, of 
Gregory Amenoff (a 1 980 recipient). In recent years, Amenoff's 
imagery, while still organic, has grown increasingly abstract. But 
it remains sufficiently Expressionist in both metaphorical reach 
and technical execution that one critic has hailed its "allegorical 
psychodrama." 11 

Other painting supported in the middle 1 970s was based even 
more explicitly in narrative, from the most eccentric and 
insular to the equally plainspoken and social. Jim Nutt, whose 
first fellowship was awarded in 1 974, is a Chicago-based 
artist and was associated there with a short-lived but influential 
group called the Hairy Who. Taking up H. C. Westermann's chal- 
lenge, they developed a visual language as appealing and funny 
as the Sunday comics, and as unsettling as any newspaper's 
most disturbing headlines. As is true of the Surrealist 
tradition on which he draws, the provocation of Nutt's paintings, 
with their promiscuous mingling of mismatched human 
features, tends to be sexual. 

In Nancy Spero's work, on the other hand, the challenge is to the 
blunted sensibilities of an endemically violent society. Also at one 
time a Chicago-based artist (educated at the School of the Art 
Institute of Chicago, and also the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, 
she has lived in New York City since 1 964), Spero addressed 
herself from the start to topical issues. Early drawings took the 
war in Vietnam as subject matter, suggesting its brutality allusive- 
ly, in frail, bloody traces of injured bodies. Spero's subsequent 
work addressed violence against women -and also represented 
women triumphant. Drawing freely from ancient Egyptian, Greek, 
and Celtic imagery, as well as prehistoric artifacts, Spero forged 
a language that, in her own description, expresses both the 
joyous, even ribald sexuality and the violent oppression, that have 
historically been the poles of women's experience. Often, 
she works on long paper scrolls, and, as illustrated here, in even 
more ephemeral techniques and media including imagery 
handprinted directly on the wall. 



Difficult by design, Spero's work was long neglected; she was 
fifty-one when she received an NEA fellowship, in 1 977. 

Betye Saar, awarded her first NEA fellowship in 1 974 (when she 
was forty-eight), borrows, as does Spero, from a wide range of 
commercial and handcrafted, secular and religious artifacts from 
American, African, and other cultures. Her richly textured assem- 
blages invoke the spiritual value attributed to talismanic objects 
in traditional religious practice, but also draw upon such 
Modernist sources as Joseph Cornell's Surrealist boxes and col- 
lages. The work of Faith Ringgold (whose first NEA grant 
came in 1 979) also often hovers between image and object, and, 
like Saar, she has been a pioneer in bringing African-American 
subjects and traditions to mainstream Modernism. An 
activist since the sixties on behalf of women in the arts, and 
black women in particular, Ringgold has worked in a variety of 
media, including painting and sculpture. But she is best known 
for her wall hangings made of painted, tie-dyed, and pieced 
fabric that literally stitch together complex narrative cycles and 
textile traditions. In addition to telling stories of great complexity 
and wit, Ringgold's wall hangings helped gain critical recognition 
for handiwork historically associated with women. (Miriam 
Schapiro, whose work is illustrated in black-and-white, was 
another pioneer in the integration of "women's work"-stitched 
fabric, in particular-to the language of mainstream contemporary 
art.) Robert Colescott, first awarded a fellowship in 1 976, was 
trained in French Modernism (he spent a year studying in the 
studio of Fernand Leger, in Paris). But he has long been 
responsible for some of the most outspoken, and scathingly 
funny, critiques of racism undertaken in paint on canvas. Mixing 
black, white, Old Master, and vernacular subjects, with 
a preference for the most hallowed of art-historical and pop- 
cultural icons, he creates epic paintings that are as formally 
irreverent as they are politically freewheeling. 

The Seventies: Hybrid Forms 

One striking characteristic of much sculpture of the seventies- 
including that of Irwin, Turrell, Raff, and Rubins (and of younger 
artists such as Jessica Stockholder, represented here by a 
black-and-white illustration) -is that it is not freestanding, but is 
instead often made on site for temporary exhibition, and is 
impelled, at least in part, by that site's particular conditions. It 
represents one aspect of the widespread inclination to reorient 
art's focus toward the context of its reception. In other such 
work, the emphasis is placed on art's practical utility and social 



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use. The manifold defining characteristics of a given site, ranging 
from its size and shape, adjacent structures and natural features, 
to its function, cultural character, and historical background, 
become central considerations. While rewarding informed, prac- 
ticed, and perceptive viewers, such work appeals even to 
those who don't know they're encountering art. In supporting it, 
the NEA strengthened a crucial link in the chain of mutual 
interests and responsibilities that unites artists and the public, 
even -perhaps especially-those who don't consider themselves 
among contemporary art's audience. 

Mary Miss and Scott Burton both took leading roles in this reori- 
entation, and both have worked collaboratively with architects 
and landscape architects to realize ambitious permanent designs 
for substantial public spaces. Burton first gained attention 
for performance work, but is best known for his functional chairs 
and benches, tables and lighting fixtures, designed for both 
interior spaces (from corporate lobbies to private residences) 
and outside plazas and parks. (When he received his first fellow- 
ship in 1 975, it was for the early performance and installation 
work; a 1 986 grant came when the functional work was well 
underway.) Burton's work is erudite and often subtly humorous, 
though its materials and proportions -he favored solid polished 
stone, as well as various metals-suggest perfect sobriety. While 
his furniture reflected his study of both vernacular American and 
European Modernist models, it offers abundant visual and practi- 
cal satisfactions to viewers (or, users) without such information. 
Similarly, Miss (a grant recipient in 1 974, 1 975, and 1 984) 
makes outdoor, permanent work that involves seating and light- 
ing, as well as landscape design. Often (as is illustrated here), 
Miss incorporates water into the work's design. Where possible, 
walkways skirt rivers and lakes and sometimes even sink below 
them (in landlocked sites, they occasionally slide below grade), 
reminding viewers of the permeability to nature of even the most 
built-up urban areas. 

Though it advanced physical experience-negotiating a public 
place, sitting comfortably, enjoying well -designed light and 
shade-into a primary position in visual art, the work of Burton, 
Miss and their peers (including Siah Armajani, who worked col- 
laboratively on one occasion with Burton, and whose work is 
illustrated in black-and-white) did so with considerable tact and 
decorum. On the other hand, the impetus for the early work, 
executed in the first years of the 1 970s, of Chris Burden and 
other like-minded artists was a much more disturbing kind of 



physical engagement. As was true of several artists of this time 
(including, for instance, Dennis Oppenheim, whose work is illus- 
trated in black-and-white), Burden soon moved on to freestand- 
ing sculpture (as illustrated here). But the most widely discussed 
work he had done at the time the NEA awarded him a fellowship, 
in 1974, involved using his own body as a sculptural medium. 
Burden submitted himself to a series of punishing exercises, 
including confining himself to a 2 x 2 x 3' gym locker for five days 
in 1 971 , while he was still a student, and having himself crucified 
on the roof of his own car, in 1 974. (Somewhat less dramatically, 
Oppenheim used his body to demonstrate basic physical 
principles: in Parallel Stress, he stretched himself between two 
mounds of dirt, parodying Minimalist expressions of the effects of 
gravity on mass; in Reading Position for a Second Degree Burn, 
he sunbathed with an open book on his chest, which turned his 
skin into a kind of photographic surface). A great deal of twenti- 
eth-century art to this point had been made in materials not tradi- 
tionally associated with fine art, and certainly the effort to engage 
the audience viscerally as well as intellectually is not new to our 
time. But the work of Burden, Oppenheim, and others in this peri- 
od raised the stakes considerably, reflecting the tenor of a violent 
period in the nation's history with work that was sometimes angry 
and often emotionally aggressive, even if it placed the highest 
demands on the artists themselves. The rigors of this work 
brought farce and pain into close proximity, putting the audience 
in a position scarcely more comfortable than the ones the artists 
designed for themselves. 

As is indicated by the pattern of NEA awards, performance art 
in the early and mid-seventies was an area in which the balance 
of power tipped, for the first time, towards women. Laurie 
Anderson (a grant recipient in 1974), Hannah Wilke (1976), and 
Carolee Schneemann (1974), all received crucial support at this 
time (all three would receive subsequent support under the cate- 
gory Conceptual/Performance/New Genres). The strong pres- 
ence of women in the development of performance art can be 
explained in several ways. First and most importantly, the empha- 
sis on explicit representations of the body was closely tied to a 
growing awareness of the many ways women had been excluded 
in art. A longstanding bias against expressing the lived experi- 
ence of women, in practical, emotional, physical, and intellectual 
terms, was disclosed by an emerging feminist movement in art 
(only to reveal, somewhat belatedly, that the life of the body for 
men had also long been suppressed). Hardly less important was 
the simple recognition that professional opportunities for women 



in the arts remained very limited; by introducing a new range 
of material, and a format in which to broadcast it, women were 
taking their careers into their own hands in more ways than one. 

The most provocative subject such performers addressed, of 
course, was sexuality. For both Wilke and Schneemann, this 
meant baring themselves literally as well as figuratively, in 
assaults against propriety that were instrumental in unblocking 
avenues of discussion about the mutual effects of power 
and gender. By taking responsibility for representations that in 
some ways mimicked-even exceeded-the objectifying, and 
demeaning, depictions of women in historical art and contempo- 
rary commercial imagery, Schneemann and Wilke redirected 
the animus of such exposure. (The later work of both women is 
more elegiac, as is illustrated here in Schneemann's Mortal 
Coils, memorializing friends and colleagues, and Wilke's excruci- 
ating late self-portraits, which document an ultimately losing 
struggle with cancer.) Anderson's more broadly focused work 
began with casual solo performances, including one in which 
she played a violin while wearing ice skates whose blades were 
frozen into blocks of ice; the performance ended when the ice 
melted. Subsequent work grew much more technically ambi- 
tious, generally involving the electronic manipulation of 
sound and light to spectacular effect, while continuing to explore 
interactions between historical themes, popular culture, and 
deeply personal perceptions. 

The importance of these interdisciplinary modes-installation, 
public art, and performance art-for reshaping contemporary 
visual culture can hardly be overestimated. And they emerged 
in a period, the latter half of the 1 970s, during which the 
NEA achieved its full stride. Some work funded at this time is 
still controversial enough to remain a weapon in the fight against 
government involvement in the arts; some has become so 
well and widely appreciated that it is, by contrast, thought too 
commercial to have warranted public funding. On the other 
hand, the material success of fellowship recipients can be cited 
to argue that the peer panel process did not simply prop up 
work that lacked popular appeal. There is really no secure posi- 
tion in this ongoing debate. Caution should be used, for exam- 
ple, in promoting the "seed money" effect, since it is neither a 
necessary or sufficient justification for government support of 
unfamiliar, challenging artwork. Ultimate commercial success is 
only one gauge, and an especially fallible one, of art's merit; the 
qualities that the marketplace endorses, and the relatively small 



number of dealers and collectors who so heavily influence what 
is seen and sold in galleries (and who all too often influence, in 
turn, museum exhibitions and purchases as well) simply cannot 
reflect the breadth of artwork being made at any given time. 
What does seem essential is that at a critical and confusing 
moment-at a time when self-descriptions of the art scene first 
began to regularly feature the term "pluralism"-the Endowment 
helped support tremendously important and difficult work that 
otherwise might not have survived. 

Moreover, in these newest disciplines the fellowship program 
complemented funding the Endowment was increasingly provid- 
ing to experimental arts organizations, many of them run by 
artists. NEA policy decisions at this time, making support for 
such work routine by reorganizing the application process, could 
thus be said to have had a particularly far-reaching impact. But 
while it responded with laudable sensitivity to the conditions 
under which art was made and shown, the Endowment never- 
and this is an important distinction-determined the art's content; 
to do so would be radically inconsistent with a democratic cul- 
tural agency and, no less, with the way lasting art is conceived. 

Diversifying Fellowship Categories: The Later Years 

The first years of the 1 980s saw a major expansion of the NEA's 
budget, and of the number of artists who turned to it for support. 
The high-water mark of individual applicants to the visual 
arts program was reached in 1 981 , when more than ten thou- 
sand fellowship requests were submitted. Funding peaked 
the next year, when nearly three and a half million dollars 
was awarded to 337 artists in seven categories. These numbers, 
and the threat of severe funding cuts to the NEA, pushed the 
Endowment to reorganize the granting process. In the event, the 
Endowment was pared down less during the early 1 980s than 
had been feared. But the impetus to reformulate the application 
process was sustained, not only by budgetary restrictions but, 
more importantly, by the increasing diversity of artwork submitted 
for review. The biggest change was the introduction of new 
application categories. In the initial years-1 967, 1 968, and 
1 969-there had been a single category: "Artist." No grants were 
awarded in 1 970; in 1 971 , the first subcategory was estab- 
lished, for photography. There were no grants again in 1 972. In 
1 973, a second subcategory was established for crafts; print- 
making followed the next year. (Printmaking was returned to the 
unrestricted "Artist" category in 1 978, but became independent 
again in 1 982, this time broadened to include drawing and 



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artists' books.) Video was introduced in 1 975, and "Conceptual 
and Performance" in 1 976. In 1 982, this category was expanded 
to include "New Genres," the name to which the category would 
be simplified in 1 985, when it first included video. (In 1 983, as a 
result of funding cutbacks, applications began to be reviewed on 
an alternate-year basis, with half the categories considered each 
year.) Strikingly, the general rubric "Artist" wasn't dropped until 
1 982, making "Painting" and "Sculpture" the last two categories 
to appear on the list of application options. 

These repeated revisions to the application process confirmed 
the NEA's commitment to a very wide range of work-a range 
matched in the spectrum of regions, ages, and backgrounds rep- 
resented by artists who received fellowships. But the ongoing 
redefinition of categories was much more than a bureaucratic 
response to shifting demographics. The peer review process 
itself brought artists and panelists alike to the very heart of visual 
art's most pressing issues. Not incidentally, panel participants, 
who gained unparalleled access to the widest possible spectrum 
of contemporary artists' work, as well as to each other's 
experience and insight, returned from these unique forums with 
a deeply enriched understanding of current American art. 

Photography 

It is in the nature of contemporary art that even those disciplines 
defined soonest in the life of the Fellowship Program, and with 
the greatest apparent clarity, began to break down over time. 
When photography, for instance, was first offered (in 1971) as a 
category under which to apply, the distinction between it and 
other media was perfectly clear. Prominent among the recipients 
of support during the early and middle 1 970s were such revered 
masters of the medium as Harry Callahan (who was born in 
1 91 2) and Aaron Siskind (born 1 903). Though Callahan moved 
into color photography toward the end of his career, he was best 
known for spare black-and-white images of urban and rural land- 
scapes, and for brooding portraits, especially the many haunting 
images of his wife. Siskind, who was affiliated in the 1 930s with 
the Film and Photo League, shared the League's emphasis on 
photography's social responsibilities. He remained throughout 
his career a principled documentarian of urban life, while sustain- 
ing also a formal affinity with the Abstract Expressionist painters. 
Helen Levitt's deeply sympathetic but unsparing images of New 
York City street life were not as widely celebrated in 1 976, when 
she received a grant, as they would later become. 



Robert Adams, Lee Friedlander, and Joel Meyerowitz, photogra- 
phers of the next generation (all were born in the 1930s), 
brought attention to aspects of the natural and social landscape 
that were also of interest, in the 1 960s, to the Pop artists. (In 
fact, Friedlander collaborated on an important series of images 
with the Pop painter Jim Dine.) Adams did so in dispassionate 
views of technology's fitful incursions into vast stretches of the 
rural West, Friedlander with detached images of the urban East, 
and Meyerowitz, a pioneer in the use of color photography, in the 
peculiarly American landscapes that lie between city and country. 
The American South, indelibly documented by Walker Evans in 
the 1 930s, is the subject of the great majority of photographs, 
most of them in color, by William Christenberry (born 1 936, in 
Tuscaloosa) and William Eggleston (born 1939 in Memphis). 
Working in the tradition of Evans, who was a mentor and friend, 
Christenberry has assembled a record of the rural South that 
includes sculpture and installation work as well as the photo- 
graphs that are his primary medium. Both Christenberry and 
Eggleston find in the rural South, most often shown devoid of 
people, a connection to the land and to history that is often 
tinged with melancholy and not infrequently with menace (espe- 
cially in Christenberry's documents of Ku Klux Klan parapherna- 
lia). Their work is equally colored by a regionally distinctive sense 
of calm and sometimes, especially as in Eggleston's examina- 
tions of decidedly domestic environments (including, as here, the 
inside of a rather neglected freezer), a decidedly mordant sense 
of humor. Frank Gohlke, like Meyerowitz and Adams, is a sharp 
obsetver of the indifferent landscapes of the semi-industrialized 
Midwest, including its grain elevators and tornado-swept prairies; 
Gohlke (a fellowship recipient in 1 978 and 1 986) has also 
worked extensively in the American South, and he too cites 

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Evans as his "first teacher." 

Hiroshi Sugimoto (who received funding in 1 982) finds images in 
both the manmade and natural world of near-perfect abstraction: 
seascapes in which a glassy ocean, evenly illuminated by an 
unseen sun or moon, shares the frame with a similarly uninflected 
sky-or, in remarkably similar compositions, huge movie screens, 
dominating empty picture palaces, provide expanses of mysteri- 
ous illumination as boundless as an open sea. It is to this solid 
tradition, of photography used as a tool to examine unexplored 
aspects of American culture, that such controversial artists as 
Robert Mapplethorpe (a 1994 recipient) and Nan Goldin (1990) 
belong. Like Larry Clark, recognized by the Endowment in 1 973 
for his ground-breaking photographs of the cast-off tough kids 



of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Goldin and Mapplethorpe have pointed the 
camera in places it hadn't been before. Whether boldly 
documenting non-mainstream sexual and social behavior, or rep- 
resenting objects and settings that relate to the human body 
only metaphorically (if at all), their work is as recklessly provoca- 
tive in its subject matter as it is painstakingly self-conscious, 
even conservative, in its technical execution. 

But from fairly early on, the fellowship program also extended 
support to photographers who muddied the waters, blurring 
boundaries with conceptual art, and wreaking particular havoc 
with the idea that photography represented any kind of reliable 
record of objective experience. John Baldessari, who received a 
fellowship as an artist in 1 974 and as a photographer in 1 982, 
was among the most influential of such meddlers. One especially 
resonant innovation was the use of existing photography; 
promotional black-and-white stills from Hollywood movies, for 
example, were cropped and composed to form cryptic narra- 
tives, twice or more removed from reality. The younger artist 
Richard Prince, who received a fellowship in photography in 
1 984, worked at that time primarily with advertising imagery, 
"appropriating" it, as Baldessari had done. But in Prince's work 
the emphasis shifted slightly, from the construction of rebus-like 
fictions to a self-examination of the mechanisms of representa- 
tion. In particular, Prince and his colleagues were interested in 
the saturation of contemporary culture with commercial imagery, 
which, they suggested, was undermining the perhaps misguided 
pursuit of visual novelty. (As is evident in the work illustrated 
here, Prince has gone on to assimilate other existing bodies of 
work into his own, including a parodied version of organic 
abstraction, and verbal jokes lifted from mainstream media.) 

The recycling of existing imagery was not the only strategy used 
to challenge the documentary value of photography. Another 
approach has involved creating staged tableaux for the camera 
to record, the scenes often every bit as elaborate as those for 
theater or film. Duane Michals (a 1976 recipient) is a forerunner 
in this field, having long made photoportraits in series that liberal- 
ly employ costumes and props to suggest the psychological 
attributes of their subjects, which are often further explored in 
handwritten captions. Robert Cumming, who like Baldessari was 
awarded fellowships both as an artist (in 1 974) and as a photog- 
rapher (in 1 973), was one of the first to experiment with truth- 
dodging techniques on both sides of the camera's lens. Starting 
in the early 1 970s, Cumming constructed elaborate tableaux and 



then photographed them, creating images that are both objective 
records of a specific physical reality and utterly fictive; since 
then, he has further expanded the medium's frontiers in work that 
brings together drawing, printmaking, and color photography. 
(Also prominent in developing this genre is Sandy Skoglund, 
whose work is illustrated in black-and-white.) Carrie Mae Weems 
(a recipient in 1991 and 1994) has also staged sequential pho- 
tonarratives, in which she uses autobiographical and historical 
material to examine devilishly complicated issues of race and 
class. Drawing progressively tighter connections in her work 
between history, wishful thinking, mischievous tinkering, and out- 
right fiction, Weems reflects on the more or less innocent kinds 
of forgetfulness that shape expression of social experience. 

Perhaps most familiar to the general public, in the genre of 
staged photography, are the color portraits William Wegman 
(a photography fellowship recipient in 1 982) has made of 
his dogs. His several generations of Weimaraners have been 
dressed up and down and induced to perform an endless 
variety of mournful, goofy antics, which he documents with 
utterly straight-faced aplomb. 



Crafts 



In the work of these and other photographers, and in the way 
it is discussed, exhibited, and marketed, the medium's definition 
has grown progressively blurred, the clarity of its boundaries 
declining in direct proportion to the growth of its influence on 
other disciplines. To some extent, this has also been true for 
crafts, the other category introduced early in the NEA's 
Fellowship program (1973). Among the first recipients in this 
field were several artists who also received support in 
other categories, including Peter Voulkos and Michael Lucero, 
and they are hardly the only craftspeople recognized by the fel- 
lowship program whose work also falls within the purview of 
sculpture and/or painting. Viola Frey (a crafts fellowship recipient 
in 1978) and Betty Woodman (1980 and 1986) are, like Lucero, 
both artists who use fired and glazed clay, but to call them 
ceramists is to scant the painterly quality of their work, and its 
commanding figurative scope. John Cederquist, who received 
a crafts fellowship in 1 975, makes trompe I'oeil furniture, a genre 
he invented more or less single-handedly. The painted wooden 
surfaces of his chairs, chests, beds, and tables are indebted to 
illusionistic painting and printmaking both Western and, particu- 
larly, Japanese. And glassmaker Dale Chihuly (a fellowship 
recipient in 1975 and 1979) has been immensely influential in 



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bringing handmade glass into the material repertory of hundreds 
of sculptors who do not consider themselves craftspeople-a 
term that, indeed, fits Chihuly himself imperfectly. 

Judith Schaechter (who received fellowships in 1 986 and 1 988) 
creates intricate stained glass, radically updating the symbolic 
program associated with the medium while hewing to its 
demanding technique. John McQueen (a four-time recipient, in 
1 977, 1 979, 1 986, and 1 992) began making functional baskets 
as an extension of his sculptural practice in 1 975. Hollowed 
logs and bird nests, cardboard boxes and origami have served 
as starting points for bent, stitched, and woven containers 
made from the branches and bark of ash, elm, and birch; he first 
incorporated words into his work in 1 979, thereby thickening 
the net of references to the human body and its intentions. Joyce 
Scott (who received a fellowship in 1 988) avails herself of a 
wide range of materials and process, including jewelry, weaving, 
papermaking, performance art, and mixed-media installations. 
Angry, elegant, and often funny, Scott's work examines such 
oppressive stereotypes of African-American women as Aunt 
Jemima and other commercialized mammy figures, often through 
the use of traditional craftwork, as in the intricate beadwork 
illustrated here. 

Printmaking, Drawing, and Artists' Books 

Printmaking was the next category introduced, in 1 974; drawing 
was included starting the next year. Here, too fellowships were 
awarded to artists who had been (or would be) recognized in 
other categories, including Terry Allen and Robert Cumming. In 
this case, though, crossing disciplines is only to be expected, as 
it is a long-established practice for painters and sculptors 
(among others) to elaborate their ideas on paper both before and 
after realization in other media. Some artists, however, do con- 
sider paper their primary medium. Enrique Chagoya (a recipient 
in 1 992 and 1 993) mixes found and original imagery in work that 
addresses the legacy of colonialism through the layering of dif- 
ferent cultures' icons. Susan Crile (who received support in this 
category in 1 989, and for painting in 1 982) bases her abstract 
imagery in natural references, to which the shape and texture 
of the paper she uses is sometimes a link. Many artists awarded 
grants in this category were attracted by the relative ease with 
which works on paper, particularly those printed in multiple, can 
be disseminated (that is, they are generally more portable, 
and affordable, than most unique works). This preference was 
reflected in the emergence, in the early and mid-seventies, of a 



new generation of artists' books (defined, roughly, as original 
art in book form). Guillermo Gomez-Pena uses a very wide variety 
of media, and his impassioned, politically activist work could 
hardly be more different in sensibility from Lawrence Weiner's 
laconic, highly abstract use of words to reconfigure space. But 
both artists turned to offset publications in order to make their 
ideas available to a wider public (Gomez-Pena received support 
in this category in 1 987, Weiner in 1 985). And in-doing so, 
both have supported the admittedly challenging notion that visual 
art can be read between the covers of a book. Indeed, the 
NEA's recognition of artists' books at this time represents, once 
again, its support for media that leap across barriers separating 
contemporary art from the general public, as both are conven- 
tionally defined. 



Video 



An independent category was established for video in 1 975. The 
Endowment's early recognition of artists working with the young 
medium is remarkable, and surely among the Visual Artists' 
Fellowship Program's most praiseworthy-and prescient-deci- 
sions. Again, a quarter of a century's hindsight clouds the 
courage in such support, since video is now so thoroughly inte- 
grated into the contemporary artist's repertory of expressive tools 
that it is hard to recapture its radical nature. The artists awarded 
fellowships early on included a great many who went on to 
achieve resounding acclaim, even if, in most cases, such recogni- 
tion came after decades of relative obscurity, including Gary Hill, 
Mary^Lucier, Tony Oursler, Nam June Paik, and Bill Viola. A hand- 
ful experimented with video only briefly, if productively: 
Vito Acconci, originally a poet, has availed himself of nearly every 
medium in a kaleidoscopic career; after receiving support for 
video, in 1 976 and 1 978, he received two fellowships in the 
Conceptual/Performance/New Genres category (in 1983 and 
1 993); William Wegman, too, of dog-portrait fame, won support 
early on (in 1 975) for experimentation with video. Joan Jonas was 
an intrepid explorer of several disciplines nascent in the 1970s, 
including installation and live performance as well as the video 
work; she was awarded five fellowships (more than any other 
artist in the program's history) between 1 975 and 1 991 . 

Perhaps most widely acclaimed among the first generation of 
video artists, all of whom made critical contributions to 
the technical and expressive development of the medium, is 
Nam June Paik (a grant recipient in 1977). Born in Korea in 
1 932, trained in Western music in Japan, and introduced to Zen 



Buddhism by the American composer John Cage while studying 
composition "in Germany, Paik heralded -or warned of-the 
globalism of TV in all its deeply questionable splendor. (The 
video maps, one of which is illustrated here, are among its most 
explicit illustrations.) Paik had begun exploring the formal 
possibilities of television by the early 1 960s, first using portable 
video equipment in 1 965 (when Sony introduced it). He 
describes himself as bringing the same degree of abstraction 
to TV as the Impressionists had to painting. Emptiness-freedom 
from self-reflection, from critical thought, from consciousness 
itself-can be, as in Zen, a spiritual goal; as a description of art 
(and of commercial television programming) it can also be a 
withering condemnation. In much of his work, Paik placed these 
alternatives in mutually contemplative positions, as with TV 
Buddha, in which a small statue of Buddha contemplates its 
reflection in a live-feedback monitor. 

Some of these themes still motivate the work of younger video 
artists, though the medium's capabilities have of course 
grown exponentially. Gary Hill (who received four fellowships, the 
first in 1 979) uses video to probe the terrain between 
textual and visual self-representation, and between bodies as 
experienced internally and as seen from without. Bill Viola 
(also a four-time recipient) has made breathtaking spectacles of 
natural elements, as in floor-to-ceiling cascades of water and 
fire that literally consume, by the strength of visual seductive- 
ness, the human subjects shown contending with them. 
Mary Lucier (a fellowship recipient in 1 978, 1 980, and 1 981 ) 
creates complex installations that often concern memory, 
both personal and social, as it is evoked in particularly resonant 
places. In the enormously engaging work of Tony Oursler 
(who was awarded fellowships in 1 978, 1 983, and 1 989), tightly 
framed video images of talking heads-and weeping, laughing, 
muttering, haranguing, and silent ones-are projected onto 
a variety of faceless three-dimensional objects, animating them 
with TV-trapped personas. 

New Genres 

The connection seems clear between video and the assortment 
of work grouped under the category Conceptual/Performance/ 
New Genres, in which it was subsumed in 1 985 (when the cate- 
gory name was simplified to New Genres). Video (like film) is of 
course a time-based medium, and as such shares a kinship to 
other performing arts. Yet the appearance of Conceptual art in 
this category reveals that its aegis served, above all, to name the 



perennially unclassifiable. Here the art forms that are more or 
less homeless by design, that in their very conception resist cat- 
egorization and the customary constraints of presenting organi- 
zations, got a fair hearing. 

George Maciunas, who received a grant in 1 977, was a chief 
figure in the anarchic movement called Fluxus, in which an inter- 
national group of artists joined ranks to contest the very notion of 
organized art movements, challenging every barricade still stand- 
ing between art and life. Their work-spontaneous and planned 
events, offset-printed and handmade publications, assemblages 
of found (and sometimes perishable) objects-was often 
ephemeral and always surpassingly irreverent, and their affiliation 
(strongest in the late 1 960s) was brief. But the influence of 
Fluxus has only grown in importance since then. Meredith Monk, 
who received a fellowship in 1 987, is an artist whose career also 
reaches back to the late sixties. When she presented her 
first performance, in 1 969, she was already a veteran participant 
in earlier Happenings and other avant-garde experiments in 
theater and dance. The many autobiographical operas Monk has 
developed since combine lush, largely vocal music with live 
and projected imagery in changing tableaux, their episodic narra- 
tives ranging across history and extending into the future. 

Some of the work supported in the New Genres category 
approaches politics and social issues head on, making it a light- 
ning rod for controversy; it is in fact the deeply held belief of 
those involved with such work that fostering heated debate, and 
arousing an increasingly apathetic body politic, are the most 
valuable things an artist can do. Hans Haacke, for example, who 
was awarded a fellowship in 1 978, has long been one of visual 
art's most incisive social analysts, focusing attention on the inter- 
section between commerce, politics, and art in work that is both 
passionate and openly encouraging to dissent. Adrian Piper, 
trained in philosophy and practiced in Conceptual art, focuses 
attention on issues of race and class, targeting in particular 
those areas-and those viewers-that seem most comfortably 
resolved (Piper received fellowships in 1979 and 1982). 
Fred Wilson (a 1 993 recipient) also contests the assumption 
that major cultural institutions have successfully addressed 
racism and its legacy; on the contrary, as Wilson reveals with 
scorching tact in his installations, racial biases are so deeply 
rooted, and so commonplace, that their all too durable effects 
have become extremely difficult to isolate and recognize. (In the 
work illustrated here, the point was made by re-positioning 



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objects in the Maryland Historical Society's own collection, so 
that slave shackles, for instance, were placed alongside Colonial 
silver in a vitrine containing American metalwork.) 

Dara Birnbaum (who received a grant in 1 991 ) is a veteran video 
artist with an acute eye for the visual language of the mass 
media, and especially of network news. The mingled histories of 
Spanish and American politics over the course of the twentieth 
century, particularly as they are played out in the sphere of com- 
mercial culture, are some of the themes of Francesc Torres's 
mixed-media installations (he was a fellowship recipient in 1 980, 
1 982, and 1 983). Bruce and Norman Yonemoto are brothers 
who have collaborated since the mid-1970s on film, installation 
work, and video. The prevailing influences on a California 
upbringing in the 1950s-popular movies and TV, primarily-are 
layered with references to Japanese culture in their work, for 
which they were awarded fellowships in 1 983, 1 985, and 1 989. 
The installations of Inigo Manglano-Ovalle (a recipient in 1995) 
often involve video, and generally address an intersection 
between formal and social issues. One recent installation exam- 
ined the aesthetics of surveillance, from simple snooping to 
meteorological monitoring to watching and analyzing the flow of 
financial data; other work (including that illustrated here) 
explores medical technology, in particular new forms of genetic 
imaging and identification. 

Mike Kelley is a widely influential California-based artist who has 
made sculpture, installations, drawings, and artist's books, and 
early in his career was particularly involved with performance (for 
which he was awarded a fellowship in 1 985). His acknowledged 
influences range from contemporaries Julia Heyward and Matt 
Mullican, to Gertrude Stein and William Burroughs, of whose 
writing Kelley has said, in a description that serves his own per- 
formance work as well, "It's all scrambled and turned into a quite 
private thing— really morose and at the same time howlingly 
funny. It doesn't have those elements of teary-eyed expression- 
ism. That quality is there, but it's intelligent." Charles Ray, like 
Kelley a California-based artist, was also funded by the NEA in 
1 985 for work in the New Genres category; Ray's early experi- 
mentation with a Conceptualist kind of performance (enacted 
mostly without audiences, it is known through photographs) was 
critical to the development of his later work, most of it in sculp- 
ture and installation (for which he received NEA support in 
1 988). Exploring, with the barest minimum of props, the ways 
that bodies respond to elementary physical forces, he gently par- 



odied similar investigations by the Minimalist artists of a previous 
generation. At the same time, he began a distinctive exploration 
of the area between routine physical phenomena and utterly con- 
founding perceptual experience, often (as in the sculpture illus- 
trated here) using incongruities of scale, weight, or motion. 

Ida Applebroog (a fellowship recipient in 1 980, 1 985, and 1 991 ) 
has been an artist of uncompromising individuality throughout her 
career, helping to develop new genres and mixing existing ones 
almost from the start. Applebroog first gained recognition with a 
laconic, often bitingly funny series of offset booklets, many of 
them about familiar emotional predicaments and in particular 
those that occur within couples; these informal publications were 
sent, free of charge, to a few hundred colleagues and friends. 
The paintings that came afterward were ambitious both formally 
and conceptually, but they retained the sequential narrative struc- 
ture of the booklets, and continued to reflect Appelbroog's angry 
and astute sensibility. Alexis Smith (a recipient in 1976 and 
1 987) is also a narrative artist at heart. Having begun by making 
intricate two-dimensional work, followed by installations, she 
went on to permanent, public art. It sustains a theme Smith 
describes as "paradise lost," with figurative imagery that mixes 
historical and contemporary references. 

Felix Gonzalez-Torres (who received fellowships in 1 989 and 
1 993) is best known for the offset reproductions-his subjects 
range from nearly empty skies and beaches to a single week's 
victim^s of gun violence in the United States-that he presented in' 
stacks and distributed for free at museums and galleries. With 
this work, Gonzalez-Torres took fairly breathtaking leaps across 
traditional barriers between public and private exhibition, owner- 
ship, and emotional exchange. Equally unflinching, if allusively 
expressed, was his work's confrontation with mortality, which for 
Gonzales-Torres (who died of AIDS in 1 996) was an inescapable 
theme. The designed disappearance of his cheap, stacked prints, 
like the inevitable dimming of the ordinary commercial light bulbs 
in the curtain of light illustrated here, are indelible images of an 
essential poise between physical decay and spiritual endurance. 
No less audacious, and just as deceptively quiet, are the installa- 
tions of Ann Hamilton (a 1 993 recipient). Her keen sense of his- 
tory, and equally acute sensitivity to the poetry of tactile and 
visual experience, motivates work that is also impelled by the 
character of the place in which it is realized and seen. 



The necessity of developing a category as broadly framed as 
Conceptual/Performance/ New Genres seems clearly mandated 
by multi-media, interdisciplinary work as patently resistant to 
classification as Felix Gonzalez-Torres', or Ann Hamilton's. 
Perhaps more surprising-and instructive-is the funding, in this 
category, of work that at first glance seems easily classifiable as 
photography (for which dedicated funding had existed since 
1 971 ). Cindy Sherman (a fellowship recipient in 1 977 and 1 979) 
makes photographs that generally highlight stereotypical roles 
for women, often using herself as subject; the first for which she 
won acclaim were simulations of black-and-white promotional 
stills for noir-ish Hollywood movies. Later (as illustrated here), her 
work grew increasingly lavish, its references ranging across 
source materials both sublime and grotesque. Sarah 
Charlesworth (awarded grants in 1976, 1980, and 1983) has 
reworked photographs borrowed from the news and advertising 
industries. Even more provocatively, Sherrie Levine (a 1 985 
recipient) gained widespread attention for photographs of well- 
known work by master photographers, her images being visually 
indistinguishable from the originals. Levine's more recent work 
has continued to probe issues of authenticity, often in 
three-dimensional works whose points of reference grow 
increasingly complex. 

The work of Sherman, Charlesworth, and Levine is not exclusive- 
ly, or even primarily, concerned with immediate, intuitive visual 
response. It is meant instead for second thoughts and double 
takes. Sometimes condemned for relying on "insider knowledge" 
(though such knowledge is merely informed interest, freely avail- 
able to all), this kind of work is simply a form of introspection-an 
example, for which there is extensive historical precedent in 
painting and sculpture, of reflection on some of art's basic ques- 
tions. Is it originality that matters most? Financial value? 
Evidence of the artist's skill and "touch"? What are the visual 
codes in circulation at a given historical moment, and how do the 
mass media shape and exploit them? Far from being self-indul- 
gent, as this kind of work is also sometimes called, it is really 
rather self-sacrificing, since its timeliness and topicality make 
it particularly vulnerable to obsolescence. And, at the same 
time, it is especially valuable to the culture, offering a forum for 
debate, for reviewing unexamined assumptions and discarding 
those that no longer serve. Here, too, support from outside 
the commercial sector, even if it is not sustaining, is critical. 
Often (as with Charlesworth and Levine), the market ultimately 
underwrites even that which most directly opposes it-and in 



so doing, not coincidentally, radically changes its meaning. But 
the climate for undertaking such self-critical work, essential 
to the vitality of the arts, is immeasurably enhanced by the pres- 
ence of alternate, public forms of both professional validation 
and practical assistance. 

It is deeply ironic but perhaps inevitable that the last two inde- 
pendent categories established for applicants to the NEA's 
individual Artists' Fellowship Program, in 1 981 , were for painting 
and sculpture (beginning in 1982, fellowships in these, and 
all other, categories were awarded in alternate years). Moreover, 
many of the artists awarded grants in painting and sculpture 
could have (and often had) applied for support in other disci- 
plines. Thus Robert Arneson and Viola Frey were recognized as 
sculptors after having received fellowships in the Crafts 
category; Charles Ray and Fred Wilson, also recipients of 
fellowships in sculpture, had received support in the 
Conceptual/Performance/New Genres category. And, like many 
sculpture fellowship recipients who had previously received 
grants simply as "Artists" (including Scott Burton, Mary Miss, 
Dennis Oppenheim, Judy Pfaff, and Nancy Rubins), many 
younger artists who applied as sculptors concentrated on public 
art that crossed paths with architecture. Maya Lin received a 
grant as a sculptor in 1 985, three years after completing her 
widely acclaimed Vietnam Veterans' Memorial in Washington, D.C 
(which she had designed while still an undergraduate at Yale, a 
commission awarded by a separate program of the NEA). 
Mel Chin, who was awarded a grant for sculpture in 1 988, 
works across a range of media and formats, from altered objects 
(for example, a baseball bat refashioned into the blades of 
a ceiling fan, inscribed with a text recalling a racist murder com- 
mitted with a bat) to full-scale installations. Of primary 
importance to Chin are public works, including the ongoing 
project Revival Field (illustrated here). Developed in collabora- 
tion with a professional agronomist, it involves planting "hyper- 
accumulating" vegetation that absorbs toxins from contaminated 
soil. Similarly, many artists who received fellowships in painting 
had been supported as conceptual/performance artists 
(Ida Applebroog, for instance), or worked with media that could 
have been welcome in the Crafts category (such as the painter, 
childrens' book illustrator and quilt-maker Faith Ringgold). 



Epilogue 



It is impossible to summarize the work of these 1 00 artists, and 
no easier to say how their careers would have differed without 
government support-or, in turn, how the course of the visual arts 



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over the past thirty-five years would have been altered by the 
absence of the fellowship program. Clearly, there is no single 
kind of art associated with NEA support. Nor was the 
Endowment ever able (even if the will had been there) to wrest 
control of visual art's development away from the other forces 
that affect it. Surely some wonderful artists would have turned 
away from the field without the psychological and material boost 
that a fellowship represents; just as surely, many others would 
have flourished without it. No data analyst in the world could 
describe the game being played given these players and their 
strategies; there are simply too many variables. It is, in fact, near- 
ly impossible to know where the playing field begins and ends- 
an ambiguity that only increased over the three decades during 
which the fellowship program existed. 

And yet, some conclusions can be drawn. Without such 
fellowships, and the direct link they represent between individual 
creators and their Federal government, there is far less incentive 
to engage in explorations of the mutual commitments shared 
by artists and the public-including, especially, those who don't 
count themselves among contemporary art's most sympathetic 
audience. The termination of the fellowship program entailed the 
loss of this sense of reciprocity, and with it a crucial inducement 
for artists to consider the dynamics of art's public reception, a 
willingness that led, during these years, to ceaseless experimen- 
tation with media and modes of presentation. And, equally impor- 
tant, the general tax-paying public lost a crucial stake 
(however symbolic it may have been, given the NEA's always 
extremely modest budget) in the creation of the nation's visual 
culture. Without the NEA fellowship program, the general 
public has that much less reason to pay attention to artwork 
outside the compass of the known and familiar. 

The loss of individual fellowships, in short, brings the visual arts 
one step closer to the kind of insularity of which the NEA's 
detractors have always-falsely-accused it. A small, closed art 
world governed by an elite is much more likely to result from 
reliance on the marketplace-on galleries, and collectors, as first 
judges of new talent-than from soliciting the advice of a region- 
ally and professionally diverse, and constantly changing, group of 
artists and arts professionals. The elimination of the fellowship 
program is a grave disservice to artists. But its termination does 
just as great an injustice to the public at large, because all of 
our country's constituents deserve to be addressed by the most 
ambitious, inventive, and respected artists working today. 



Christopher Wilmarth, a grant recipient in 1 969, 1 977, and 1 980 (his work is 
illustrated here in black-and-white), was among the few artists who actively 
campaigned against the gallery system, renouncing SoHo in the middle 1980s 
and opening his own gallery, called The Studio for the First Amendment. 

2 
Donald Judd, "Specific Objects," Arts Yearbook 8, New York, 1 965, p. 74. 

3 

Quoted in Marja Bloem, "An Awareness of Perfection," Agnes Martin: 
Paintings and Drawings (exhibition catalogue), Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, 
1991, p. 39. 

4 
Quoted in Robert Storr, "Beyond Words," Bruce Nauman (exhibition cata- 
logue), Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, and Hirshhorn Museum and Scultpure 
Garden, Washington, D.C, 1994, p. 55. 

5 
Quoted in Josef Helfenstein, "First Light and Catso White," James Turrell: First 
Light .exhibition catalogue), Kunstmuseum, Bern, 1991, p. 1 1 . Reprinted in 
Jonathan Fineberg, Art Since 1940: Strategies of Being, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 
New York, 1995, p. 308. 

6 
Robert Irwin, Being and Circumstance: Notes Toward a Conditional Art, Lapis 
Press, Larkspur and Pace Gallery, New York, 1 985, p. 27. 

7 
Robert Storr, "The Thing Shines, Not the Maker': The Sculpture of Martin 
Puryear," in Neal Benezra, Martin Puryear, Thames and Hudson, New York and 
Art Institute of Chicago, 1 991 , p. 1 33 

8 

"I'm sure that Abstract Expressionism is where I was intuitively, whether or not 
I was conscious at the time of what the influence was," Chamberlain told 
Julie Sylvester. In Julie Sylvester, John Chamberlain: A Catalogue Raisonne of 
the Sculpture 1954-1985, Hudson Hills Press, New York and The Museum 
of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 1 986, p. 1 4. 

9 

In Joan Simon, Susan Rothenberg, Harry N. Abrams, Inc. New York. 1 991 , p. 47. 



10 



11 



Interview with Frederick Ted Castle, Artforum, October 1983. reprinted 
in Alice Neel: Paintings Since 1970, Pennsylvania Academy of the Arts, 
Philadelphia, 1985, no pagination. 

1 

Donald Kuspit, "Gregory Amenoff, Hirschl and Adler Modern," Artforum vol. 31. 
No. 10 (Summer 1993), p. 106. 



12 



In Aperture no. 1 26, Fall 1992, page 53. 



13 



Kelley interviewed by John Miller, in Mike Kelley, A.R.T. Press/Art Resources 
Transfer, 1 992, p. 9. 



COLOR PLATES 




Acconci Studio 

(Vito Acconci, Luis Vera, Celia Imrey, 
Dario Nunez, Jenny Schrider, 
Charles Doherty, and Saija Singer) 

Flying Floors for Ticketing Pavilion 
1998 



Painted steel, terrazzo, carpet, plantings, 

light, 26 x 36 x 45' 

Terminal B/C, Philadelphia Airport 



Robert Adams 

On Signal Hill, Overlooking Long Beach, California 
1983 

Gelatin-silver print 

© Courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco 



28 



29 





Terry Allen 

The Perfect Ship 

(from 'A Simple Story (Juarez) 1 ) 

1992 

Multimedia installation with sound, 
neon and video, 20 x 20 x 60' 
Wexner Center for the Visual Arts, 
Columbus, Ohio 

Courtesy L.A. Louver, Venice, California. 
Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco, California 
and Betty Moody Gallery, Houston, Texas 

photographer: Fredrik Marsh 



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31 



Gregory Amenoff 

March 
1998 

Oil on canvas, 76 x 66" 
Courtesy Nielsen Gallery. Boston 
photographer: Steve Bates 





Laurie Anderson 

Stories From The Nerve Bible 
1992 

Premiered at Expo, Seville 
c Canal St. Communications 



Ida Applebroog 

Noble Fields 
1987 

Oil on canvas, 86 x 132" 

Guggenheim Museum Collection 

photographer: Jennifer Kotter 



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Robert Arneson 

Chemo 1 
1992 

Bronze, 47 x 21 x 19' 



© Estate of Robert Arneson/Licensed by VAGA, 
New York 

Courtesy George Adams Gallery, New York, 
Brian Gross Fine Art, San Francisco 



Richard Artschwager 

Untitled 
1997 

Formica, aluminum, and acrylic on wood board, 
89 x 40 1/2 x I" (left), 66 1/2 x 58 1/2 x I" (right) 

© 2001 Richard Artschwager/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York 

Private collection, Geneva. Switzerland 



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John Baldessari 

Goya Series: AND 

Inkjet print, hand lettering on canvas, 
75x60" 

Museum of Modern Art, New York 









AND 



Jennifer Bartlett 

Small House, Big House 
1998 

Oil on canvas, 40 x 80" 
Private collection 



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Dara Birnbaum 

Hostage 
1994 

6-channel color video, IO-channel audio, 
steel suspension system, Plexiglas shields 
with painted targets, interactive laser 
beam and receiver 

Paula Cooper Gallery, New York 

photographer: Geoffrey Clements 



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Chris Burden 

The Flying Steamroller 
1996 

1968 Huber road grader, steel, concrete. 
56' 6" x 56' 6" x 21' 

photographer: Gerald Zugmann/MAK-Austnan 
Museum of Applied Arts 



Scott Burton 

Two Part Bench: A Pair 
1988 

Porto Beige Limestone, 41 x 52 x 23 1/2" 
Courtesj'Max Protetch Gallery, New York 




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Harry Callahan 

Ireland 
1979 

Dye transfer print, image 9 l/2 x 14 3/8" 
paper 17 5/8 x 22 3/8" 

©Harry Callahan 

Courtesy P0.ceWildenste1nM0.cG1U. New York 




John Cederquist 

Tubular 
1990 

Baltic birch plywood, Sitka spruce, maple, 
epoxy resin inlay, aniline dye, litho inks, 
metal hardware, 84 x 48 x 16" 

Greenhtl Collection 

Courtesy Franklm Parrasch Gallery 

photographer: Mike Sasso 



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Enrique Chagoya 

The Artist and His Bride 
1997 

Acrylic, oil, ball point pen, graphite on 
19th century original etching, II x 32" 

photographer: Eugenio Castro 




John Chamberlain 

Decker and Dicker 
1975 

Enamel on painted steel, 65 x 26 l/2 x 26" 
(165 x 67.5 x 66 cm) 

© 2001 John Chamberlain/ 

Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York 

Courtesy PaceWildenstein, New York 

photographer: Gordon Riley Christmas 



Sarah Charlesworth 

Control & Abandon 

(from Natural Magic series) 

1992-93 



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Laminated cibachrome with laquered 
wood frame, 41 1/4 x 33 1/2" 





Dale Chihuly 

Prussian Blue Seaform Set with Chinese 

Red Lip Wraps 

1994 

Blown glass. l8 x 35 x 22" 
photographer: Claire Garoutte 



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Mel Chin 

Revival Field 
1990-ongoing 

Plants, industrial fencing on a hazardous 
waste landfill, 9 x 60 x 60' 

photograph: Walker Art Center, Minneapolis 




William Christen berry 

Windows of Palmist Building, Havana 

Junction, Alabama 

1981 



EK 74 Photograph, 8 x IO" 



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Larry Clark 

Sketches for Tulsa Movie Coming Soon 
1996 

Portfolio of 12 C-prints, l8 x 12" 

Courtesy Luhnng Augustine. New York 





Chuck Close 

Self-Portrait 
1997 

Oil on canvas, 8' 6" x 7' (259. 1 x 213.4 cm) 
Private collection, New York 
Courtesy PaceWildenstein, New York 
photographer: Ellen Page Wilson 



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Robert Colescott 

Ode to Joy (European Anthem) 
1997 

Acrylic on canvas, 9° x 114" 
Courtesy Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York 




Susan Crile 

Conflagration: Oil & Fire 
1992-93 

Oil and pumice on canvas, 92 x l68" 
Collection Julia and Waring Partridge 
photographer: Ellen Page Wilson 




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Robert Cumming 

Beehive/Books 
1992 

Granite. 6 l/2' 

c Robert Cumming/ Licensed by VAGA, New York 

Private collection. Nantucket, Massachusetts 




Mark di Suvero 

Pyramidian 
1987-95 

Steel, 60 x 60' 

Courtesy of Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, 
New York. Gift of the Ralph E. Ogien Foundation 

photographer: Jerry L. Thompson 



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William Eggleston 

Troubled Waters 
1980 



Dye-transfer print, l6 x 20' 




Dan Flavin 

Untitled 
1996 

Pink, yellow, green, blue, and filtered U.V. 
flourescent light, approximately 125 x 3° 
Installation of four-foot fixtures in two 
opposing bands for the east and west interior 
walls of Richmond Hall 



© 2001 Estate of Dan Flavin/Artists Rights Society 
(ARS), New York 

The Menil Collection, Houston 
photographer: Hickey-Robertson 



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Viola Frey 

The Argument 
1995 

Ceramic, 31 x 35 x 13" 

Private collection 

Courtesy Rena Bransten Gallery. San Francisco 

photographer: Sue Tallon 



Lee Friedlander 
Las Vegas 
1997 

Black-and-white photograph, IO x IO" 




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Sam Gilliam 

Hood 
1999 

Acrylic on wood, 34 x 27 x IO" 
photographer: Mark Gulezian 





Frank Gohlke 

Port of Cleveland-Cleveland, Ohio 
1997 

c Frank Gohlke 1 997 

Courtesy Bonni Benrubi Gallery, New York 




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Nan Goldin 

Pavel on the Beach, Positano, Italy 
1996 

Color photograph, 30 x 40" 

c Nan Goldin 

Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery. New Tork 



Guillermo Gomez-Pena 

The Mexterminator Project 
1997-99 (ongoing) 

Performance with Roberto Sinfuentes 
photographer: Clarissa Horowitz 




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Felix Gonzalez-Torres 

Untitled (Foreground) 
1993 

15 watt light bulbs, porcelain light sockets 
and extension cords, dimesions vary with 
installation. Installed at The Solomon R. 
Guggenheim Museum, New York 



Untitled (Background) 
1993 

Paint on wall, dimensions vary with 
installation. Installed at The Solomon R. 
Guggenheim Museum, New York 

Courtesy Andrea Rosen Gallery, New }ork 

photographer: David Heald 



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Nancy Graves 

Metaphor and Melanomy 
1995 

Bronze, Polychrome patina naz-dar ink over 
incralac, 8' 6" x 8' II" x 6' i" 

© Nancy Graves Foundation, Inc. and (VAGA), 
New York 







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Hans Haacke 

Dyeing for Benetton 
1994 

Temporary installation 

© Hans Haacke/Artists Rights Society (ARS), 
New York 



photographer: Fred Scruton 




Ann Hamilton 

mantle 
1998 

Shortwave radio with voices in various lan- 
guages, table mounded with 60,000 cut 
flowers, seated figure stitching the seams of 
wool coats. Miami Art Museum, Miami, 
Florida 

Photograph courtesy Sean Kelly, New York 

photographer: Thibault Jeanson 



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Gary Hill 

Hand Heard 
1995-96 

Five-channel video installation with five color 
projections 

Courtesy Donald Young Gallery. Chicago 




Robert Irwin 

1°2°3°4' 
1992 

Three voile tergal (scrim) walls, violet, green, 
and orange, five floating frames painted with 
black acrylic lacquer, front to back, 14 x 38' 
each, three walls IO x 26' each, five frames 

c 2001 Robert Irwin/Artists Rights Society (ARS), 
New York 

Courtesy PaceWildenstein, New York 

photographer: Bill Jacobson 



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Joan Jonas 

Volcano Saga 
1987 

Performance at Performing Garage, 
New York 

Courtesy Pat Hearn Gallery, New York 





Donald Judd 

Group of One Hundred Untitled Works 

in Mill Aluminum (detail) 

1982-86 

Mill aluminum, each unit 41 x 51 x 72" 
Permanent installation in two buildings at the 
Chinati Foundation 

©The Judd Estate/Licensed by VAGA, New York 

Courtesy The Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas 

Photograph cTodd Eberle 



Mike Kelley 

Catholic Tastes 
1994 

Installation view 

photographer: Douglas M. Parker Studio 



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Barry Le Va 

Diagram for Two Separate Installations 
1982 

Mixed media collage, 48 x 48" 
Courtesy Nolan/Eckman Gallery, New York 



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Sherrie Levine 

Black-and-White Bottles 
1992 

Cast glass, sandblasted, 13 x 3" each 

Courtesy Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles 




Helen Levitt 

New York 
1985 

Gelatin silver print, II x 14" 

Courtesy Laurence Miller Gallery, New York 




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Maya Lin 
Untitled 
1997 

Topographic landscape, foreground particle 
board, l6' x l8' x l8"; Avalanche. 1 ( ions 
broken glass 

Sponsored by Southeastern Center for 
Contemporary Art, Winston -Salem 



Michael Lucero 

Flora (Reclamation Series) 
1997 

Clay with glazes, 92 x 30 x 19" 

Courtesy Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta 





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Mary Lucier 
Noah's Raven 
1993 

Mixed -media, video, and sound 

Collection, 2J\M Museum of Contemporary Art, 
Karlsruhe. Germany 

photographer: Tim Thayer 



George Maciunas 

Excreta Fluxorum, Flux us Editions 
1972-77 

Wood, plastic, paper, and manures from 
various animals and insects 

Courtesy of The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus 
Collection Foundation 

photographer: Brad Iverson 




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Inigo Manglano-Ovalle 
Doug, Joe, and Genevieve 
(from Garden of Delights) 
1998 

C-Print of DNA Analyses, 6o x 69" 
Courtis Mai Protctch Gallery, Vea; York 



Robert Mapplethorpe 
Calla Lily 
1988 

All Mapplethorpe photographs copyright 
c Robert Mapplethorpe. Used by permission. 




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Agnes Martin 

Untitled #12 
1997 

Acrylic and graphite on canvas, 
6o x 6o" (152.4 x 152.4 cm) 

Courtesy PaceWildenstem, Nat )(>ri, 

photographer: Ellen Page Wilson 



John McQueen 

The Other Side of the Moon 
1993 

Tulip, poplar maple bark, blackberry vines, 

33x17" 

Courtesy Garth Clark Gallery, New York 

photographer: Karen Bell 




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Joel Meyerowitz 

Hartwig House, Truro 
1976 



Ektacolor RC print. 8 x IO' 



Duane Michals 
The Sight of Sound 
1985 

Black-and-white photogTaph, 5 x 7" 

© Duane Michals 

Courtesy PaceWildenstemMacGill. New York 




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Richard Misrach 

Diving Board, Salton Sea 
1983 



I >\ e coupler photograph. 40 x 50' 



Mary Miss 

Greenwood Pond: Double Site 
1989-96 

6.5 acre site 

Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa 




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Meredith Monk 

1 6 Millimeter Earrings Installation (detail) 
1998 

Part of the exhibit Art Performs Life: Merce 
Cunningham, Meredith Monk, Bill T. Jones, 
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis 

photographer: Dan Dennehy 



Robert Morris 

Disappearing Places (TYSZOWEE) 
1988 

Lead and steel, 36 x 46 3/8 x I 3/4" 

© 2001 Robert Morris /Artists Rights Society 
(ARS), New York 

Courtesy Sonnabend Gallery, New York 




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Bruce Nauman 

Carousel (Stainless Steel Version) 
1988 

Stainless steel, cast aluminum, polyurethane 
foam, wire. 7 x '8' 

c 2001 Bruce Nauman /Artists Rights Society 
(ARS), New York 

Collection Tdessa Hendeles Art Foundation, Toronto 

Courtesy Sperone Westwater. New )ork 




Alice Neel 

Geoffrey Hendricks and Brian 
1979 

Oil on canvas, 44 x 34" (ill. 7 x 86.3 cm) 

© Alice Neel 



Photograph Courtesy Robert Miller Gallery, 
New York 



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James Nutt 

Twinge 
1998 

Acrylic on canvas, 13 x 13" 

Collection Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture 
Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. 
partial gift of anonymous donor 

photographer: Michael Tropea 



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Tony Oursler 

Bottom 
1996 

Video projector, videocassette recorder, tri- 
pod, videotape, wood. Plexiglas, ceramic, and 
water, 53 x II x II" 
Performer, David West 

Courtesy the artist and Metro Pictures 




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Nam June Paik 

Electronic Superhighway 
1995 

Continental U.S.: 313 televisions. Alaska: 24 
televisions. Hawaii: I television per Hawaiian 
island, laser disc players, laser discs, 
approximately. 60 video distribution amps, 
approximately 20 fans, video camera, approx. 
7 units scaffolding, 200-watt audio system, 
"state borders" fabricated steel, neon. 
Continental U.S.: 15 x 32 X 4'. Alaska: 5x7' 
x 20". Hawaii: 6 x 6' x 15" 




Judy Pfaff 
Ear To Ear 
1995 

Mixed-media installation at Williamson 
Gallery, Art Center School of Design, 
Pasadena, California 

photographer: Steve Heller 



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Adrian Piper 

Out of the Corner 
1990 

Video, monitors, chairs, table, black-and- 
white photographs. l8 videotapes 

Collection Whitney Museum of American Art. 

ftlew )ork 



Richard Prince 

Ten or Eleven 
1996 

Acrylic, silkscreen, and charcoal on canvas, 
6l 1/2 x 48"(l56.2 x 121. 9 cm) 

Courtesy Barbara Gladstone, New York 





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Martin Puryear 

Untitled 
1997 

Wire mesh and tar. 66 x 76 1/2 x 37 1/4' 
Collection Detroit Institute of Art. Detroit 
Courtesy Donald Young Gallery. Chicago 



Charles Ray 

Fall '91 
1991 

Mixed-media, 96 tall 

Photograph courtesy Feature Inc., New York 




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Faith Ringgold 

Born in a Cotton Field 

(The American Collection #3) 

1997 

73 1/2 x 79 1/2" 

© 1997 Faith Ringgold 

Private Collection 





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Susan Rothenberg 

Canadian Geese 
1996-97 

Oil on canvas, 84 x 113" (213.4 x 287 cm) 

c 2001 Susan Rothenberg/Artists Rights Society 
(ARS), New York 

Private collection 

Courtesy Sperone Westwater, New York 



Nancy Rubins 

Mattresses & Cakes 
1993 

Mattresses and cakes, 2l' high 

Courtesy Paul Kasmm Gallery, New York 



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Edward Ruscha 

Hope, Olive, Spring 
1999 



Acrylic on canvas, 72 x 64" (83 x 162 cm) 

Courtesy the artist and Gagoswn Gallery 
photographer: Paul Ruscha 



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Betye Saar 

Our Lady of the Shadows 
1989 

Mixed- media wall assemblage, 14 x II x i" 
photographer: William Nettles 



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Judith Schaechter 
Girl vs. Mess 
1997 

Stained glass. 23 x 30" 

Collection Marc Connelly 




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Carolee Schneemann 
Mortal Coils 
1994-95 

Installation view 

Slide projectors, motorized mirror systems, 

motorized manila ropes 

c 2001 Carolee Schneemann/Artists Rights 
Society (ARS). New York 




Joyce Scott 

P-Melon #1 
1996 

Blown glass and beads, II x 14 x 8" 

Collection of the artist 
photographer: Kanui Takeno 



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Joel Shapiro 

Untitled 
1998-99' 

Aluminum and stainless steel, 
13' IO"x 14' 5"x 15' 8" 
Piazza Barberini, Rome 

photographer: Mimmo Capone 



Cindy Sherman 

Untitled 
1996 

Cibachrome, 58 x 39" 

Courtesy the artist and Metro Pictures 




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Aaron Siskind 

Volcano 69 
1980 

Gelatin silver print 
7 1/4x7 1/4" 

c The Aaron Siskind Foundation 



Courtes) Tht Center for Creative Photography. 
The University <>/ Arizona 



Alexis Smith 

Snake Path 
1992 

Slate and concrete path, 
granite book and bench 

Stuart Collection, University of California, 
San Diego 

photographer: P. S. Rittermann 




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Tony Smith 

Ten Elements 
1975-79 

Aluminum, paint, each element 
approximately 4 nl g n 

c Estate of Tony Smith/Artists Rights Society (ARS). 
New York 

photographer: Geoffrey Clements 



Nancy Spero 

Ballad von der Judenhure Marie Sanders III (Brecht) 
1998 . 

Installation with handprinting on walls 
(interior view). Festpielhaus Hellerau, Dresden 

photographer: Lothar Sprenger 







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Hiroshi Sugimoto 

N. Atlantic Ocean, Cape Breton Island 
1996 

Black-and-white photograph. 20 x 24" 
Courtesy Sonnabend Gallery, New Tork 




Francesc Torres 

Primal Pilots 
1995 

Multimedia installation 

Fundacio Antoni Tapies, Barcelona, Spain 



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James Turrell 

Key Lime n 
1998 

Flourescent light 
photograph: Gerald Zugman 



Richard Tuttle 

New Mexico, New York, B, #5 
1998 ' 

Acrylic on fir plywood, 23 1/4 x 24-" 
(59 x 6l cm) 

. Courtesy Sperone Westwater, New York 




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Bill Viola 

Room for St. John of the Cross 
1983 

Video/sound installation, 14 x 24 x 30' 

Collection The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los 
Angeles; The El Paso Natural Gas Company Fund 
for California Art 

photographer: Kira Perov 



Peter Voulkos 

Nemo 
1997 

Wood-fired stoneware, 43 l/2 x 24" diameter 

Private collection 

photographer: Schopplein Studio 




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Carrie Mae Weems 

Ritual and Revolution 
1998 

Multimedia installation with sound and 15 
digital prints on sheer cloth, various sizes 



William Wegman 

Hitch 
1998 

Color Polaroid, 20 x 24" 




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Lawrence Weiner 

Many Colored Objects Placed Side 
By Side To Form A Row Of Many 
Colored Objects 
1976 

Installation Ghent, Belgium 

c 2001 Lawrence Weiner/Artists Rights Society 
(ARS), New York 





H. C. Westermann 

Walnut Death Ship In A Chestnut Box 
1974 

Copper, chestnut, ebony, walnut, zebrawood, 
18 x 25 x 8 1/4" 

c Estate of H. C. WEstermann/Licensed by VAGA, 
New York 

Collection Joanna Beall Westermann 

Courtesy Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York 



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Hannah Wilke 

February 20, 1992/ August 18, 1992, #7, 

from Intra-Venus 

1992-93 

Chromagenic supergloss prints, 2 panels 
47 1/2 x 71 1/2" each 

Courtesy Estate of Hannah Wtlke and Ronald 
Feldman Fine Arts, New York 



photographer: Dennis Cowley 




Fred Wilson 

Truth Trophy and Pedestals 
1992 

Detail from Mining the Museum exhibition, 
the Contemporary Museum, Baltimore 

photographers: Marg Connor and Anna Sobaski 



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Jackie Winsor 

Pink and Blue Piece 
1985 

Mirror, wood, paint, cheesecloth, 
31 x 31x31" 

Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery, New York 




Betty Woodman 

Balustrade Vase 97-5 
1997 

Glazed earthenware, 62 x 58 x 9" 

Courtesy of the artist and Max Protetch Gallery, 
New York 

photographer: Dennis Cowley 




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Bruce and Norman Yonemoto 

Made In Hollywood 
1990 



Single-channel video, dimensions variable 



Visual Artists' Fellowship: 



By Jennifer Dowley 



of the panelists who selected the national Visual Artists' 
Fellowships, and factual information on the numbers of applica- 
tions, fellowships, and award categories. This compilation not 
only documents the nature of a major national cultural endeavor, 
but makes visible and available for analysis what, for many, was 
a symbol of enlightened support for artists over several decades. 



Program History 

This book is a monument to a nearly thirty-year investment by the 
United States government in fostering the creative work of 
thousands of American visual artists. It is a record of the National 
Endowment for the Arts' Visual Artists' Fellowship Program, 
which began in 1 966, shortly after the Endowment was formed 
and continued until 1995, when Congress included strictures 
in the Endowment's appropriations bill prohibiting the awarding 
of fellowships to visual artists. 1 While the book is a compilation of 
the history of the Fellowship Program, it is also a portrait 
of the federal government's commitment to nourishing American 
culture at its very roots. It documents the policy of the 
National Endowment for the Arts to foster a strong and diverse 
cultural legacy by investing in artists so that they might 
spend time making art. The result, thirty years later, is an extraor- 
dinarily diverse and rich portfolio that reveals not only the 
major art movements of the latter part of the twentieth century but 
also a tremendously eclectic range of work being created 
by artists in every corner of the country. This investment in literal 
terms amounted to $52 million awarded through 6,500 fellow- 
ships to about 5,000 artists in the disciplines of painting, 
sculpture, crafts, works on paper, photography, printmaking, video, 
performance art, installation work, artists' books, and other 
visual arts forms. 

The intention of this effort to chronicle the Arts Endowment's 
support of artists is not only to make visible for the first time, 
in one place, the names of all the fellowship recipients, but also 

; the processes that evolved over the decades to 
select those artists. This book makes available the information 
needed for more extended public conversations about the 
overall impact and value of such an investment of public dollars. 
Specifically, this book contains a listing of all the artists who 
received a fellowship directly from the National Endowment for 
the Arts and through the Arts Endowment's Regional Fellowship 
Program instituted in the early 1980s. It also includes a listing 



A companion project to this publication is being administered 
by the National Museum of American Art (NMAA). The Arts 
Endowment engaged NMAA to make the fellowship recipients' 
slides originally submitted to the Endowment (Visual Artists' 
Fellowship Program) for review available on the Internet. 
Approximately half the artists who received fellowships gave 
permission for their work to be included. This archive will be 
maintained and updated by NMAA and may be reached through 
the Arts Endowment's Internet site: www.arts.gov. 

The Concept of Fellowships 

While no government can call a great artist or scholar into 
existence, it is necessary and appropriate for the Federal 
Government to help create and sustain not only a climate encour- 
aging freedom of thought, imagination and inquiry but also 
the material conditions facilitating the release of this creative 
talent." The National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities 
Act of 1965, Section 951, (7) 

From its earliest days, the National Endowment for the Arts made 
the decision to grant support directly to individual visual artists 
while committing itself to the support of institutions such as 
museums, visual artists' working facilities, and art schools. The 
nature of this direct support to artists was important. These were 
grants that artists could use in whatever way they saw fit to fur- 
ther their work. These were not grants to support specifically 
described projects. They were investments in the future work of 
an artist. Benny Andrews, an artist and Director of the Visual 
Arts Program (1 982-1 984) said that "fellowships are as close 
as you can get to supporting imagination." Fellowships were 
forward-looking grants based on the potential the artist applicant 
could demonstrate from work accomplished to date, 
as evidenced by slides or video and a resume. This material 
was reviewed under the lens of "artistic excellence" by ever- 
changing panels of artists and curators. The selection processes 
shifted as the years went by, responding to the increase in the 
numbers of applicants and an ongoing effort to improve the 
process, but remained essentially the same at the core: 



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a peer panel review. The Visual Arts Program staff's goal was 
to create and implement a process that was fair and democratic. 
While by nature a human and therefore imperfect process, 
this goal to be fair and democratic inspired modifications to per- 
fect the process over the years. 

How It Worked 

The fellowships began under the direction of Henry Geldzahler, 
the first Director of the Visual Arts Program. To select the 
fellowship recipients, he assembled groups of artists and cura- 
tors that met in different regions of the country. The panelists 
brought lists of artists' names to the meeting and the 
recipients were nominated and selected from these lists. This 
nomination process was used only for the first three 
years. Under the subsequent leadership of Brian O'Doherty, 
the first guidelines were developed and widely distributed 
in 1 973. The program evolved from using nominations to favoring 
an application process, open to any artist who was a U. S. 
citizen or permanent resident and who was not a student. As the 
Chronology following this Essay reveals, the number of appli- 
cants steadily increased, reaching a high of more than ten thou- 
sand per year in 1 981 . Between 1 973 and 1 981 , new 
categories were created to accommodate the kind of work that 
artists were submitting to the program. "Printmaking" was creat- 
ed in 1974 and then eliminated as an independent category in 
1 978, only to re-emerge again in 1 982 as "Printmaking/ 
Drawing/Artists Books" and to change to "Works on Paper" in 
1991. "Conceptual/Performance" was added in 1976 and 
became "Conceptual/Performance/New Genres" in 1982, evolv- 
ing in 1 989 to "New Genres," and "Other Genres" in 1 993. 

During the program's earliest days, there were no separate 
categories for different art forms-the fellowships were 
known simply as "Artists' Fellowships." It is interesting to note 
that the first specific discipline categories to be established 
were for photography in 1 971 and crafts two years later. 
This designation signaled the Endowment's commitment 
to embracing all disciplines in the visual arts, not just painting 
and sculpture, which always attracted the largest number 
of applicants. Neither of these categories (photography or crafts) 
was renamed over the subsequent years of the Program. 
It must not go unnoticed that photography and crafts, art forms 
that evoked controversy in and of themselves in the world of the 
visual arts, were recognized as categories of their own early 
on, and by 1983 they had achieved a financial weight in fellow- 
ship size equal to that of painting and sculpture. 



"Video" emerged in 1 975 as a genre that was welcomed to the 
"Artists' Fellowship" category. In 1 980, Video became a distinct 
category that was co-funded by the Endowment's Media Arts 
Program, and it awarded fifty-one fellowships: sixteen at $10,000 
and thirty-five at $3,000. It maintained its own category 
through 1 983,. after which it was subsumed into "Conceptual/ 
Performance /New Genres" in 1985. 

1 982 was an important year in the development of the 
Fellowship Program. That year saw the reorganization of the 
applications into the six disciplines that were to define 
the program for the rest of its existence: Painting, Sculpture, 
Printmaking/Drawing/Artists Books, Photography, Crafts, 
and Conceptual/Performance/New Genres. While Video retained 
its status as a separate category for another two years before 
merging with Conceptual/Performance/New Genres, these six 
categories defined the structure of the program for the next 
thirteen years. Because of impending budget cutbacks, a two- 
year cycle was instituted: Painting, Printmaking/Drawing/Artists 
Books, and Conceptual/Performance/New Genres were 
reviewed one year, and Sculpture, Photography, and Crafts the 
next, alternating until the program's end. There were approximate- 
ly five thousand applications per year after 1 982. The program 
was managed by two full-time staff members, augmented during 
panel season by several interns, as well as five or six people from 
the permanent staff of the Visual Arts Program. The size of the 
award was increased to $20,000 in 1 991 under Director Susan 
Lubosky Talbot, and remained at that level for the remainder of 
the program. 

The Regional Programs 

The Regional Fellowship Program was initiated in 1 983 by 
Leonard Hunter, Assistant Director, (1980-83), and then cham- 
pioned by Benny Andrews, Director of the Visual Arts Program 
(1982-84). The intention of this program was to extend support 
for visual artists throughout the country via a regionally-based 
mechanism that would inevitably reach more artists than a 
Washington-based federal system ever could. The result over the 
years was the development of a two-tiered structure for visual 
artists in which a painter, for example, could apply one year for a 
national fellowship and the next year for a regional fellowship. The 
regional fellowships were administered by the regional arts agen- 
cies established during the mid- 1 970s with large annual grants 
from the Visual Arts Program at the Arts Endowment. It took until 
1 990 for all six regions to join the effort, and until 1 992 for all six 



to offer all the categories in alternating years. By then artists liv- 
ing anywhere in the country, working in any medium, could apply 
every year for a fellowship, either at the national or regional level. 
The program had two grant levels, one awarded nationally in 
Washington at $20,000, and one at the regional level at $5,000. 
This structure was seen by the NEA and by the various policy 
panels that advised the program over the years as the appropri- 
ate culmination of several decades of effort to implement what 
the Arts Endowment's original legislation called for: creating "the 
material conditions facilitating the release of . . . creative talent" 
in the visual arts. This two-tiered structure continued for three 
years until the fellowship program was terminated. 

Decision Making 

How the fellowship decisions were made has been the subject 
of much speculation. I had the honor of assembling and chairing 
three Fellowship panels during the spring of 1 995 before 
the program ended. We spent a great deal of time assembling 
the panels. We worked with a complex matrix, bringing 
aesthetic, cultural, ethnic, and geographic diversity to the process. 
By the time I arrived at the Endowment, a tradition had been 
in place to form panels that would include several artists, usually 
former fellowship recipients, one curator, and one layperson 
(someone who did not make his or her living from the arts). 
Since the early 1 980s, an effort was made to engage a panelist 
only once, thereby constantly circulating the decision-making 
process so that it was freshly constituted at its core every 
year. The autonomy and integrity of this citizens' panel review 
was essential. It was equally essential that the panel change in 
composition every year to maintain a lively and democratic 
currency that reflected the changing notions of aesthetic quality 
with which the art world was wrestling. 

Jim Melchert and Leonard Hunter, respectively Director (1977-81) 
and Assistant Director of the Visual Arts Program (1 980-83), 
were key players in devising a voting system that brought a high 
degree of integrity to the review process and made manageable 
an undertaking fraught with the potential for chaos. By the 
time they came to the Endowment, the number of annual applica- 
tions was enormous in some categories: three thousand in 
painting, and two thousand in sculpture. The sheer quantity of 
slides (at ten per applicant from 1 981 onward) was daunting. The 
process they established in 1 980 remained intact for fifteen 
years until the end of the program, with constant adjustments 
being made to fine-tune the process and respond to panelists' 
suggestions for improvements. 



Applications were received at the Arts Endowment several 
months before the panel meetings, thus permitting the staff to 
process paperwork and organize slides from between five thou- 
sand to ten thousand applications. The panelists arrived to 
spend five days in a darkened room, working by the light of five 
projectors shooting images onto a large horizontal screen. 
After a brief orientation by the staff outlining the review criteria 
and the voting process, the work began. 

During Round One, the initial review, staff announced the 
applicant's name and then projected two sets of five slides on 
the screen for a total of fifteen to twenty seconds for all ten 
slides. There was no conversation among the panelists, just quiet, 
intense looking and the marking of ballots. The panelists had 
been instructed that the sole criterion for their decision making 
was "artistic excellence and artistic merit." They scored their bal- 
lots and as their patterns of voting became evident, staff ascer- 
tained a logical cut-off point. About fifty percent of the artists 
were eliminated in this first round. 

The staff worked into the evenings re-loading slide trays for the 
remaining artists to be reviewed during Round Two. Slides 
were projected again for the panel's review. Again there was no 
discussion, and voting continued in silence. This time, however, 
staff read information about one of the slides on the screen, 
including the artist's name, the date, size, and medium of the 
image. Another substantial number of artists was eliminated at 
this stage. 

Round Three began on the fourth day. Slides of artists still con- 
tending were reloaded and shown yet again. This time there was 
discussion among the panelists focusing not only on "excel- 
lence" but also on the applicant's "record of professional activity 
and achievement." A staff member gave a brief summary of an 
artist's biographical highlights as his or her slides were shown, 
and read the artist's statement from the application, but voting 
continued individually and in silence. 

Round Four began on the fifth and final day with the staff pre- 
senting the list of remaining artists in ranked order according 
to the panelists' votes. The panel went over the list three or four 
times, raising hands to vote for an artist to receive a fellowship, 
with a majority carrying the decision. These final rounds 
elicited intense conversation among the panelists. This was also 
when the third criterion came into full play: "whether the 



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applicant's work reflects a serious continued investigation of 
important or significant aesthetic concerns and a potential 
for further artistic development during the proposed 
fellowship period." 

The panelists' understanding of what was at stake for the artists 
under consideration was acute, making the final moments 
all the more charged. Richard Andrews, Director (1985-87) put 
it well: "So few fellowships could be awarded (about two 
percent of the total number of applicants) that there was always 
much anguish on the part of panelists, as the final recommenda- 
tions were tallied. Part of the concern stemmed from the 
feeling that the process, no matter how well administered, was 
inherently imperfect, as the panelists' understanding of an artist's 
work rested on the ability of photographic slides to convey 
image, scale, and material, to say nothing of light, performance, 
or new technologies. But the bulk of the distress arose from 
a very genuine concern for the artists' struggle to create 
and the belief that, somehow, the vitality of artmaking so evident 
in the slides would be nourished and encouraged by 
fellowship support." 

For the record, it should be noted that it was the job of the 
Visual Arts Director and all other staff to facilitate the discussion 
and not to proffer opinions. To my knowledge, that neutral 
stance was upheld throughout the decades. In fact, in one case, 
the Director would actually leave the room so as to be 
entirely removed when the final decisions were made by the pan- 
elists. This hands-off stance by the staff was important. Our 
energy was invested in researching and appointing the panel, as 
well as in encouraging applications. After that, the process took 
over and we became stewards of what had been created. The 
Director's job was to facilitate the panelists' discussion so that it 
focused on the review criteria and stayed true to the highest 
level of debate. The Director was also responsible for creating a 
forum within which all views could be expressed. It was out of 
this lively, intense, and frequently highly creative environment that 
fellowship decisions were made. The final step in the decision 
making process was review by the National Council on the Arts, 
a presidential^ by appointed body, and by the Chairman of the 
Arts Endowment. 

One interesting aspect of the program was that there was no 
firm number of fellowships or budget allocation given to any 
panel. The focus of the panel was entirely qualitative, and not 



influenced by the funds available. There was a total budget for all 
three fellowship panels each year: for example, $2 million in 
1 994 for one hundred fellowships at $20,000 each, but they 
could be spread over the three categories in any way the pan- 
elists decided. Curiously, this rather mysterious financial alloca- 
tion process worked unerringly with no problem for many years. 

Application Forms 

Years of advice from panels resulted in revised application forms 
so that only the most critical information was presented with the 
least burden possible put on the artist. Application forms were 
designed to meet the minimum requirements placed on any 
government agency, and the panelists' need for enough informa- 
tion to adequately evaluate the requests for support. This 
included basic biographical information, educational background, 
and brief exhibition histories, all contained on a simple one-page 
form. The most important part of the application was the slides 
and these were accompanied by a list giving date, title, medium, 
and dimensions, as well as a short statement describing the 
work. Project descriptions were not requested, since the nature 
of a fellowship was an open-ended investment in an artist's 
ongoing creative work. During the last five years of the program, 
however, the form included a question that asked how the 
applicant would see his or her "work being advanced by this fel- 
lowshiq." This request was added as a result of increased 
scrutiny from Congress as to the tangible results of fellowship 
support for individual artists. Panelists, however, tended to retain 
their focus on the slides as the measure for final decisions. 

Grant Amounts 

Grant amounts fluctuated during the course of the Fellowship 
Program, increasing every few years, mainly to keep pace with 
inflation. The principal grant amount ranged from $5,000 in 1 967, 
to $20,000 in 1995. Tiered grant amounts were introduced in 
1 974, intended to reflect stages of artists' careers, variously char- 
acterized as emerging, mid-career, and established. With the 
institution of the two-year application cycle in 1 983-84, a 
three-level grant amount system was introduced, with the high- 
est, $25,000, reserved for a very limited number of established 
artists who had long careers and had made substantial 
contributions to the visual arts field as a whole. This exercise was 
abandoned after three application cycles. It was felt that this hier- 
archy of achievement was not easily ascertained for the large 
pool of artists under consideration. Beginning with the 
1 991-92 cycle, as described earlier, national fellowships were 



awarded at a single level of $20,000, while regional fellowships 
were awarded at $5,000. 

Policy Issues 

All of the changes in categories, the shifts in grant amounts, the 
nuances in language and changes in the application form 
came about after significant consultation with the field. Staff 
were constantly traveling both to promote and explain 
the program to constituents, and to listen to their comments. 
The panelists played a key role in advising staff on improving 
its practices. Major decisions were undertaken after consultation 
with Policy Panels (later known as Overview Panels), 
comprised of professionals from the visual arts field. Participants 
had to have served on selection panels in the year or two 
immediately prior. These were intense two-day meetings where 
the pros and cons of various issues were thrashed out. 
Panelists' input was taken seriously by the staff, giving them the 
momentum and justification to carry ideas forward into more 
formal policy decisions and practices. One of the axioms of the 
Arts Endowment was to be open to the voice of practice, 
the reality of life in the studio, gallery, and museum. Staff saw 
themselves as conveners and collectors of information on 
an ongoing basis, drawing directly from the places where the 
real cultural work was being created. This information and 
advice was the oxygen that breathed life into policy. For 
decades, the priority of the Visual Arts Program was artists' fel- 
lowships, and this priority was affirmed year after year by Policy 
panelists, staff, and the National Council on the Arts. 

The End 

In July 1 995 the decision was made by Congress to eliminate 
the fellowship funding not only for visual artists but for choreog- 
raphers, playwrights, museum professionals, composers, 
and solo performance artists. The only funding remaining after 
1 995 for individuals was for Literature Fellowships and 
awards for lifetime achievements: Heritage Fellowships in the 
Folk and Traditional Arts and American Jazz Masters Fellowships. 
The impact of the loss of the fellowships to visual artists 
has been far-reaching and yet to be really understood. 
Symbolically, the loss of the federal government's interest in its 
own creative citizens struck hard at artists' morale, particularly 
among the younger generation. In real terms, the lack of 
Arts Endowment money stimulating the creation of new work 
that was not dependent on the market place has literally 
meant that many artists have not had the resources to develop 



new work. Curators have not had access to new work for 
exhibitions and in some cases have had to forego an intended 
project, or in other cases, have raised funds privately to 
provide the artist with the means to create the work. Another 
consequence of the loss of fellowships is the inability of 
the Arts Endowment to target quality work being created outside 
the mainstream art market place, which is confined to the 
major American cities. The fellowship program was a kind of 
antidote against the art market's inevitable geographic myopia- 
looking out for the broader national cultural interests. 

The Arts Endowment is now on the cusp of new growth and 
expansion. It is to be hoped that this growth will bring a newly 
considered and strengthened role for direct federal support of 
visual artists. Perhaps this documentation of the thirty-year 
accomplishment of the Visual Artists' Fellowships will provide 
fertile ground for thinking about the government's impact on the 
lives and work of artists and its potential to create an environ- 
ment that is conducive to the best in imaginative thinking 
among America's visual artists. As the new century unfolds and 
distance from the cultural turbulence of the past ten years is 
gained, a clearer understanding of the important role artists play 
in maintaining a healthy democracy and in cultivating what it 
means to be an American will surely be possible. 



1 



Section 328 (1) of Public Law 104-134, April 26, 1996 reads: "The 
Chairperson shall only award a grant to an individual if such grant is awarded 
to such individual for a literature fellowship, national Heritage Fellowship or 
American Jazz Masters Fellowship." 

2 

The Regional Arts Organizations were established by cooperating state arts 

agencies and by the Arts Endowment. They are: Arts Midwest in Minneapolis, 
Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation in Baltimore, Mid-America Arts Alliance in Kansas 
City, New England Foundation for the Arts in Boston, Southern Arts Federation 
in Atlanta, and Western States Arts Federation, located at the time in Santa Fe. 

3 
Out of a total of 521 fellowship panelists, forty (seven percent) served more 

than once. Of those, thirty-one served twice, six served three times, and three 

served four times. After 1 980, no one was appointed as a fellowship panelist if 

he or she had served in that capacity before. 



Chronology 

The National Endowment for the Arts 
Visual Artists' Fellowships 



Note: The original fellowship category "Artists" encom- 
passed all visual art media. Over time, sub-categories 
were implemented, in order to enhance peer panel expert- 
ise. Sub-categories often evolved into separate cate- 
gories and, in some cases, there was fluctuation back 
and forth between category and sub-category status. 
Categories for new art forms were often grouped together. 
Finally, names given to certain categories changed over 
time, such as when Printmaking/ Drawing/ Artists' Books 
became Works on Paper or Conceptual/Performance/ 
Video became New Genres and finally Other Genres. 



1967 



1968 



Artists Fellowships 60 

Grant Amount $5,000 

Total funds awarded $300,000 
Applications by nomination only 



Artists Fellowships 


29 


Grant Amount 


$5,000 


Total funds awarded 


$145,000 


Applications by nomination only 





FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS John Denman, collector, Seattle 
WA.; Martin Friedman, curator/director, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 
MN.; Edward Henning. curator, Cleveland Art Museum, Cleveland, OH.; 
Walter Hopps, curator/director, Pasadena Art Museum, Pasadena, CA. ; 
John Humphrey, curator. Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA. ; 
Richard Hunt, artist, Chicago, IL.; Robert Motherwell, artist, New York, NY.; 
Barbara Rose, critic, New York, NY.; George Segal, artist, New Brunswick, NJ. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS Edward Bryant, teacher, University 
of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. ; James Byrnes, curator/director, Delgado 
Museum, New Orleans, LA. ; James Camp, teacher, University of South 
Florida, Tampa, FL. ; Van Deren Coke, curator, University of New Mexico, 
Albuquerque, NM.; Donald Goodall. teacher, University of Texas, Austin, 
TX.; Benjamin Williams, curator, North Carolina Museum. Raleigh. NC. 



1969 Artists Fellowships 30 

Grant Amount $5,000 

Total funds awarded $1 50,000 
Applications by nomination only 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS Richard Bellamy, curator, Goldowsky 
Gallery, New York, NY.; Henry Hopkins, curator/director, Los Angeles 
County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA. ; Hilton Kramer, critic. New York, 
NY.; Frank Stella, artist, New York, NY.; Virginia Wright, collector, 
Seattle, WA. 



1970 



No fellowships awarded 



1971 Artists Fellowships 20 

Photography Fellowships 23 

Fellowships awarded 43 

Grant Amount, Artists $7,500 

Grant Amount, Photography $750-4,000 

Total funds awarded $1 97,000 
Open applications and by nomination 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, ARTISTS James Camp, teacher. 
University of South Florida, Tampa, FL. ; Sam Gilliam, artist, Washington, 
DC; James Melchert, artist, University of California. Berkeley, CA. ; 
William Seitz, curator/director, Rose Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, 
MA.; James Speyer, curator/director. Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PHOTOGRAPHY Van Deren Coke, 
curator, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM.; Alan Fern, curator. 
Library of Congress, Washington. DC; John Szarkowski, curator. Museum 
of Modern Art, New York, NY. 



1 972 No fellowships awarded 



134 



135 



1 973 Artists Fellowships 45 

Crafts Fellowships 34 

Photography Fellowships 60 

Fellowships awarded 1 39 

Grant amount, Artists $7,500 

Grant amount, Crafts $3,000 

Grant amount, Photography $1 ,200-5,000 

Total funds awarded $657,200 
Open applications 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, ARTISTS Van Deren Coke, curator. 
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM.; James Demetrion, 
curator/director, Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA. ; Mel Edwards, 
artist. New York, NY.; Ted Potter, curator/director, Southeastern Center for 
Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC; Stephen Prokopoff, curator/direc- 
tor, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL. ; Wayne Thiebaud, artist, 
San Francisco, CA. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CRAFTS James Melchert, artist. 
University of California, Berkeley, CA. ; Rose Slivka, critic/curator, American 
Crafts Council, New York, NY.; Peter Voulkos, artist, San Francisco, CA. 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PHOTOGRAPHY Peter Bunnell, cura- 
tor/director, Princeton Museum, Princeton, NJ.; Alan Fern, curator, Library 
of Congress, Washington, DC; Michael Hoffman, editor. Aperture, 
New York, NY.; Aaron Siskind, artist, Providence, RI.; John Szarkowski, 
curator. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. 



1 974 Artists Fellowships 

Crafts Fellowships 

Prints Fellowships 

Fellowships awarded 

Grant amount, Artists 

Grant amount, Crafts 
Grant amount, Prints 
Total funds awarded 
Open applications 



1 44 from 

2,627 applicants 

50 from 

649 applicants 

30 from 

299 applicants 

224 from 

3,575 applicants 

$1 ,000, $3,000, 

$7,500 

$3,000 

$3,000 

$920,000 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, ARTISTS Fred Barzyk, curator/ 

director, WGBH, Boston, MA.; Mel Edwards, artist, New York, NY.; 

Barbara Haskell, curator, Pasadena Art Museum, Pasadena, CA. ; 

Henry Hopkins, curator/director, Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, 

CA. ; Richard Hunt, artist, Chicago, IL.; Peter Plagens, artist/critic, 

Los Angeles, CA.; Ted Potter, curator/director, Southeast Center for 

Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC; George Segal, artist, 

New Brunswick, NJ.; Diane Waldman, curator, Guggenheim Museum, 

New York, NY. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CRAFTS William Brown, 
curator/director, Penland School, Penland, NC; Lois Moran, editor. 
American Craft Council, New York, NY. Ronald Pearson, artist. 
Haystack Mountain School of Crafts. Deer Isle, ME. 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PRINTS Alan Fern, curator. Library 
of Congress, Washington, DC; Una Johnson, curator/critic, New York, NY. 
Louise Nevelson, artist, New York, NY. 



1 975 Artists Fellowships 

(including sub-category for Video) 

Crafts Fellowships 

Photography Fellowships 

Prints Fellowships 

Fellowships awarded 

Grant amount, Artists 

Grant amount, Crafts 
Grant amount, Photography 
Grant amount, Prints 
Total funds awarded 
Open applications 



1 35 from 

1 ,865 applicants 

47 from 

759 applicants 

50 from 

1,61 6 applicants 

25 from 

270 applicants 

257 from 

4,510 applicants 

$2,000, $3,000, 

$4,000, $8,000 

$5,000 

$5,000 

$3,000 

$1,155,000 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, ARTISTS Richard Hunt, artist, 
Chicago, IL. ; Robert Irwin, artist, Venice, CA. ; Robert Murdock, curator, 
Dallas Museum, Dallas, TX. ; Richard Kevorkian, artist/teacher, Virginia 
Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA. ; Richard Koshalek, curator/direc- 
tor, Fort Worth Art Museum, Fort Worth, TX. ; Robert Morris, artist, 
New York, NY. ; Marcia Tucker, curator, Whitney Museum of American Art, 
New York, NY. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, VIDEO Russell Connor, curator/ 
director, Cable Arts Foundation, New York, NY. ; Joseph Kosuth, artist, 
New York, NY.; David Ross, curator, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, 
CA. ; Stan Vanderbeek, artist/teacher, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CRAFTS Hazel Bray, curator, Oakland 
Museum, Oakland, CA. ; Nilda Getty, artist. Fort Collins, CO, Francis Merritt, 
curator, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, ME. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PHOTOGTAPHY Robert Adams, artist, 
Longmont, CO.; Peter Bunnell, curator/director, Princeton Museum, 
Princeton, NJ.; Judy Dater, artist, San Anselmo, CA. ; Fred Parker, 
curator, Friends of Photography, Carmel, CA. ; John Szarkowski, curator. 
Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PRINTS Alan Fern, curator, Library 
of Congress, Washington, DO; Vincent Longo, artist, New York, NY.; 
Elke Solomon, curator. Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, NY. 



136 



137 



1976 Artists Fellowships 

(including sub-categories for 
Performance and Video 



Crafts Fellowships 

Photography Fellowships 

Prints Fellowships 

Fellowships awarded 

Grant amount, Artists 

Grant amount, Crafts 
Grant amount, Photography 
Grant amount, Prints 
Total funds awarded 
Open applications 



Conceptual/ 

152 from 

3,308 applicants 

60 from 1,626 

applicants 

41 from 

1,545 applicants 

8 from 

499 applicants 

261 from 

6,978 applicants 

$2,000, $5,000, 

$10,000 

$5,000 

$7,500 

$3,000 

$1,202,500 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, ARTISTS Robert Ellis, artist, 
Albuquerque, NM, Robert Irwin, artist, Venice, CA. ; John Neff, curator, 
Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI, Philip Pearlstein, artist, New York, NY.; 
Dorothea Rockburne, artist, New York, NY.; Gudmund Vigtel, curator/ 
director, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CONCEPTUAl/PERFORMANCE 
Eleanor Antin, artist, Solana Beach, CA.; Joseph Kosuth, artist, New York, 
NY. ; Jane Livingston, curator, Corcoran Gallery, Washington, DC; 
Kynaston McShine, curator, Museum of Modern Art, New York. NY. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, VIDEO Fred Barzyk, curator/director, 
WGBH, Boston, MA. ; Jack Boulton, curator/director. Contemporary Arts 
Center, Cincinnati, OH, Ed Emshwiller, artist, Wantaugh, NY.; David Ross, 
curator, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CRAFTS Robert Hart, administrator, 
Bureau of Indian Affairs, Washington, DC; David Hanks, curator, Philadelphia 
Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA.; Wilhelmina Godfrey, artist, Buffalo, NY.; 
Ruth Kohler, curator, Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI, Harrison Mcintosh, 
artist, Claremont, CA. 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PHOTOGRAPHY Thomas Garver, cura- 
tor, Fine Arts Museums, San Francisco, CA. ; Jonathan Green, artist/teacher. 
MIT, Aperture, NewYork, NY.; Kenneth Josephson, artist/teacher, Art 
Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. ; Anne Noggle, artist/curator. Fine Arts 
Museums, San Francisco, CA. ; John Szarkowski, curator, Museum of Modern 
Art, NewYork, NY. 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PRINTS Robert Johnson, curator. 
Fine Arts Museums, San Francisco, CA. ; William Lieberman, curator, Museum 
of Modern Art, NewYork, NY.; Vincent Longo. artist. NewYork, NY. 



1 977 Artists Fellowships 

(including sub-categories for Conceptual/ 
Performance, Prints, and Video) 1 1 from 



Crafts Fellowships 

Photography Fellowships 

Fellowships awarded 

Grant amount, Artists 

Grant amount, Crafts 
Grant amount, Photography 
Total funds awarded 
Open applications 



3,000 applicants 

58 from 

1,192 applicants 

40 from 

1 ,356 applicants 

208 from 

5,548 applicants 

$3,000, $7,500, 

$10,000 

$5,000 

$7,500 

$1,313,500 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, ARTISTS Jackie Ferrara, artist, 
New York, NY.; Robert Murdock, curator, Dallas Museum of Art. Dallas, TX, 
John Neff, curator, Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI, Jim Roche, artist, 
Tallahassee, FL, Joan Snyder, artist, New York, NY.; William Wiley, 
artist. Forest Knolls, CA. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CONCEPTUAl/PERFORMANCE 
Scott Burton, artist, New York, NY.; Robert Cumming, artist, Orange, 
CA. ; Jane Livingston, curator, Corcoran Gallery, Washington, DC, Prints, 
Robert Johnson, curator, Fine Arts Museums, San Francisco, CA. ; 
William Lieberman, curator, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.; 
Vincent Longo, artist, New York, NY.; Robert Rauschenberg, artist, 
New York, NY. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PRINTS Robert Johnson, curator. 
Fine Arts Museum, San Francisco, CA. ; William Lieberman, curator. Museum 
of Modern Art, New York, NY.; Vincent Longo, artist, New York, NY.; 
Robert Rauschenber?, artist. New York, NY 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, VIDEO Jack Boulton, curator, 
International Exhibitions/ATA, Washington, DC, Howard Fried, 
artist, San Francisco, CA. ; David Loxton, curator/director, WNET, 
New York, NY.; Olivia Tappan, curator, WGBH, Boston, MA 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CRAFTS John Cederquist, artist, 
Capistrano, CA. ; Marion Heard, administrator, Arrowmont School, 
Gatlinburg, TN, Stanley Lechtzin, artist/teacher, Tyler School of Art, 
Philadelphia, PA, Warren MacKenzie, artist, Stillwater, MN.; Scott O'Dell, 
curator, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; Alice Parrot, artist, 
Santa Fe, NM 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PHOTOGRAPHY John Bullard, 
curator/director. New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA, 
Carroll Hartwell, curator, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MN, 
Nathan Lyons, artist/admin., Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY.; 
Margery Mann, artist/critic, Davis, CA. ; Garry Winogrand, artist, Austin, TX. 



138 



139 



1978 Artists Fellowships 

Fellowships (including sub-categories 
for Conceptual/ Performance, Prints, 



and Video) 

Crafts Fellowships 

Photography Fellowships 

Fellowships awarded 

Grant amount, Artists 

Grant amount, Crafts 
Grant amount, Photography 
Total funds awarded 
Open applications 



1 27 from 

3,683 applicants 

41 from 

1,421 applicants 

39 from 

1,701 applicants 

207 from 

6,805 applicants 

$3,000, $7,500, 

$10,000 

$7,500 

$7,500 

$1,364,000 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, ARTISTS Roger Brown, artist, Chicago, 
IL.; Rafael Ferrer, artist, Philadelphia, PA.; Nancy Graves, artist, New York, 
NY.; Bruce Nauman, artist, Pasadena, CA.; Brenda Richardson, curator, 
Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD.; Paul Sarkisian, artist, Cerillos, NM. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CONCEPTUAl/PERFORMANCE 
Roselee Goldberg, curator, The Kitchen, New York, NY.; Robert Irwin, 
artist, Los Angeles, CA.; Robert Watts, artist, Bangor. PA 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PRINTS Kathan Brown, curator/ 
director, Crown Point Press, Berkeley, CA.; John Dowell. artist, Philadelphia. 
PA.; Roland Ginzel, artist, Chicago, IL. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, VIDEO George Boiling, artist, 
Berkeley, CA. ; Peter Campus, artist. New York, NY. ; Anne Focke, administrator, 
and/or service, Seattle, WA.; Barbara London, curator, Museum of Modern 
Art, New York, NY. 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CRAFTS Dale Chihuly, artist/teacher, 
RISD, Providence, RL; Ken Ferguson, artist, Kansas City, MO.; Arline Fisch. 
artist, San Diego, CA. ; Ruth Kohler, curator/director, Kohler Art Center, 
Sheboygan, WL; Claire Zeisler, artist, Chicago, IL. 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PHOTOGRAPHY Lewis Baltz, artist, 
Sausalito, CA. ; Van Deren Coke, curator, University of New Mexico, 
Albuquerque, NM.; Linda Connor, artist/teacher, San Francisco Art Institute. 
San Francisco, CA. ; Evelyn Hofer, artist, New York, NY.; William Jenkins, 
curator, International Museum of Photography/Eastman House. Rochester, NY. 



1 979 Artists Fellowships 

(including sub-categories 

for Conceptual/Performance, Prints, 

and Video) 

Crafts Fellowships 

Photography Fellowships 

Fellowships awarded 

Grant amount, Artists 
Grant amount, Crafts 
Grant amount, Photography 
Total funds awarded 
Open applications 



1 60 from 
4,063 applicants 
48 from 

1 ,368 applicants 
56 from 

1 ,844 applicants 
264 from 
7,275 applicants 
$3,000, $10,000 
$3,000, $10,000 
$3,000, $10,000 
$1,891,000 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, ARTISTS Linda Cathcart, curator, 
Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, NY.; Anne d'Harnoncourt, curator, 
Philadelphia Museum, Philadelphia, PA.; Luis Jimenez, artist, Roswell, NM.; 
Sol LeWitt, artist, New York, NY.; Mary Miss, artist, New York, NY.; 
Ray Saunders, artist/teacher, California State University, Hayward, CA. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS CONCEPTUAl/PERFORMANCE 

Claire Copley, curator, New York, NY.; Peter Frank, critic, New York, NY.; 

Barry LeVa, artist. New York, NY 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PRINTS Wendy Caiman, artist/teacher, 
University of Indiana, Bloomington, IN.; Nathan Oliveira, artist/teacher, 
Stanford University, Stanford. CA. ; Bill Walmsey, artist/teacher, Florida State 
University, Tallahassee, FL. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, VIDEO Stephen Beck, artist, Berkeley, 
CA. ; Juan Downey, artist, New York, NY.; Nancy Drew, curator, Long Beach 
Museum, Long Beach, CA. ; Robert Stearns, curator, Contemporary Arts 
Center, Cincinnati, OH. 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CRAFTS Paul DuFour, artist/teacher, 
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA.; Gary Griffin, artist/teacher, 
Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. ; Janet Kummerlein, artist, 
Kansas City, MO. ; Jacqueline Rice, artist/teacher, RISD, Providence, RL; 
Josine Starrels, curator, Municipal Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PHOTOGRAPHY Thomas Barrow, 
artist/teacher, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM.; Harry Callahan, 
artist, Providence. RL; Patricia Fuller, administrator, Art in Public Places, 
Seattle, WA. ; Robert Heineken, artist/teacher, University of California, Los 
Angeles, CA.; Anthony Hernandez, artist, Los Angeles, CA. ; Anne Tucker, 
curator, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX. 



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141 



1980 Artists Fellowships 

(including sub-categories for 
Performance, and Prints) 

Crafts Fellowships 

Photography Fellowships 

Video Fellowships 

Fellowships awarded 

Grant amount, Artists 
Grant amount, Crafts 
Grant amount, Photography 
Grant amount, Video 
Total funds awarded 
Open applications 



Conceptual/ 

262 from 

4,808 applicants 

71 from 

1 ,348 applicants 

98 from 

2,233 applicants 

51 from 

1 95 applicants 

482 from 

8,584 applicants 

$3,000, $10,000 

$3,000, $10,000 

$3,000, $10,000 

$3,000, $10,000 

$1,891,000 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, ARTISTS Thomas Garver, curator, 
Newport Harbor Museum, Newport Beach, CA. ; Nancy Holt, artist, New York, 
NY.; Alex Katz, artist, New York, NY.; Nilda Peraza, curator, Museum of 
Contemporary Hispanic Art, New York, NY.; Katherine Porter, artist, 
Lincolnville, ME.; Martin Puryear, artist, Chicago, IL. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CONCEPTUAl/PERFORMANCE 

Vito Acconci, artist, New York, NY.; Alexis Smith, artist, Los Angeles, CA. ; 

William Wegman, artist, New York, NY. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PRINTS Anna Bliss, artist, Salt Lake 
City, UT. ; Mike Kanemitzu, artist, Los Angeles, CA. ; Howardena Pindell, 
artist, New York, NY. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CRAFTS Art Carpenter, artist, Bolinas, 
CA.; Jamie Carpenter, artist, New York, NY.; Marlene Gabel, curator, 
Contemporary Crafts Gallery, Portland, OR.; Aleksandra Kasuba, artist. New 
York, NY.; Gerhard Knodel, artist/teacher, Cranbrook Academy, Bloomfield 
Hills, ML; David McDonald, artist/teacher, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY. 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PHOTOGRAPHY Carole Kismaric, 
editor, Aperture, New York, NY.; Bart Parker, artist/teacher, Rhode Island 
School of Design, Providence, RL; Leland Rice, artist, Inglewood, CA. ; 
Eve Sonneman, artist, New York, NY.; Evon Streetman, artist/teacher. 
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, VIDEO Jaime Davidovich. artist, 
New York, NY.; Gayla Jamison, curator, Image, Film, & Video, Atlanta. GA. 
David Ross, curator, University Art Museum, Berkeley, CA. ; Ira Schneider, 
artist, New York, NY. 



1981 Artists Fellowships 

(including sub-categories for 
Conceptual/ Performance. ; Painting, 
Prints, Sculpture, and Video): 

Crafts Fellowships 

Photography Fellowships 

Fellowships awarded 

Grant amount, Artists 

Grant amount, Crafts 
Grant amount, Photography 
Total funds awarded 
Open applications 



1 68 from 
6,313 applicants 
48 from 

1 ,783 applicants 
51 from 

2,066 applicants 
267 from 
10,162 applicants 
$2,000, $4,000, 
$6,250, $12,500 
$4,000, $12,500 
$4,000, $12,500 
$2,544,500 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CONCEPTUAl/PERFORMANCE 
Rafael Ortiz, artist/teacher, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.; Nigel 
Redden, curator, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN.; Moira Roth, 
critic/teacher, University of California, San Diego, CA. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PAINTING Pat Adams, artist/teacher, 
Bennington College, Bennington, VT. ; Robert Ryman, artist, New York, NY.; 
Wayne Thiebaud, artist/teacher, University of California, Davis, CA. ; Diane 
Vanderlip, curator, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PRINTS Bob Blackburn, administrator, 
Printmaking Workshop, New York, NY.; Sam Gilliam, artist, Washington, 
DO; Marcia Isaacson, artist/teacher, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.; 
Joan Lyons, artist/curator, Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, SCULPTURE Larry Bell, artist, Taos, 
NM.; Jackie Ferrara, artist, New York, NY.; Ira Licht, curator, Lowe Art 
Museum, Coral Gables, FL.; Lisa Lyons, curator, Walker Art Center, 
Minneapolis, MN.; Manuel Neri, artist, University of California, Davis, CA. 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, VIDEO Kathy Huffman, curator, Long 
Beach Museum, Long Beach, CA. ; John Hanhart, curator, Whitney Museum 
of American Art, New York, NY.; Shigeko Kubota, artist/curator, Anthology 
Film Archive, New York, NY. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CRAFTS Joyce Bacerra, artist, 
Pasadena, CA. ; Imelda de Graw, curator, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO.; 
Ray King, artist, Philadelphia, PA. ; Judy McKie, artist, Cambridge, MA.; 
John Paul Miller, artist/teacher, Cleveland, OH. 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PHOTOGRAPHY Anthony Barboza, 
artist, New York, NY.; Robert Cumming, artist, West Suffield, CT. ; 
Robert Jones, artist/teacher, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.; 
Ellen Manchester, administrator, Sun Valley Center, Sun Valley, ID.; 
Joyce Neimanas, artist/teacher, Chicago Art Insitute, Chicago, IL. 



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143 



1982 Conceptual/ Performance/ 
New Genres Fellowships 

Crafts Fellowships 

Painting Fellowships 

Photography Fellowships 

Printmaking/ Drawing/Artists' 
Books Fellowships 



Sculpture Fellowships 
Video Fellowships 
Fellowships awarded 



1 3 from 

164 applicants 

59 from 

1,071 applicants 

82 from 

1,566 applicants 

82 from 

1,455 applicants 



27 from 
496 applicants 
62 from 
839 applicants 
1 2 from 
156 applicants 
337 from 
5,747 applicants 
Grant amounts, Conceptual/Performance/ 
New Genres, Crafts, Painting, Photography, 
Sculpture, Video $5,000; $25,000 

Grant amount, Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books 

$5,000; $25,000 
Total funds awarded $3,425,000 

Open applications 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CONCEPTUAl/PERFORMANCE/NEW GENRES 
Joan Jonas, artist, New York, NY.; Hans Haacke, artist, New York, NY.; 
Barbara Smith, artist, Los Angeles, CA. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CRAFTS Jamie Carpenter, artist, 
New York, NY.; Diane Itter, artist, Bloomfield Hills, MI.; Jun Kaneko, 
artist/teacher, Cranbrook Academy, Bloomfield Hills, ML; Marcia Lewis, 
artist/teacher, Long Beach College, Vista, CA. ; Robert Strini, artist, 
Superior, MT. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PAINTING Elmer Bischoff, artist, San 
Francisco, CA. ; Linda Cathcart, curator/director, Contemporary Arts 
Museum, Houston, TX.; Chuck Close, artist, New York, NY.; Robert 
Colescott, artist, San Francisco, CA. ; Robert Mangold, artist, New York, NY . 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PHOTOGRAPHY Carl Chiarenza, 
artist/teacher, Boston, MA.; Roy DeCarava, artist, Brooklyn, NY.; Robert 
Fichter, artist/teacher, University of Florida, Tallahassee, FL. ; Susan Rankaitis. 
artist, Inglewood, CA. ; Martha Rosier, artist/critic, Rutgers University, New 
Brunswick, NJ. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PRINTMAKING/DRAWING/ARTISTS' BOOKS 
Benny Andrews, artist, New York, NY.; Ed Ruscha, artist, Los Angeles, CA. ; 
Esther Sparks, curator, Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, IL. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, SCULPTURE Terry Allen, artist, 
Fresno, CA. ; Deborah Butterfield, artist, Bozeman, MT. ; Martin Puryear, 
artist, Chicago, IL.; Marcia Tucker, curator/director, The New Museum, 
New York, NY. 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, VIDEO Ilene Segalove. artist. Venice. 
CA.; Arthur Tsuchiya,»rtist, Hoboken. NJ.; Steina Vasulka, artist, Santa Fe, NM. 



1983 Note: Beginning this year, funding categories shifted to 
alternate year cycles. Regional Arts Agencies gradually 
phased in categories not offered in a given year by the NEA. 
Regional Arts Agencies are noted in parentheses following 
the categories they offered. In order to target emerging 
artists, previous NEA recipients were not eligible to receive 
regional fellowships. The number of applicants to Regional 
Arts Agencies and the names of panelists are not included 
because the information was incomplete or not available. 



Conceptual/Performance/New Genres Fellowships 

46 from 
243 applicants 
1 07 from 
2,503 applicants 



Painting Fellowships 



Photography Fellowships 
(Mid-America Arts Alliance) 
Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' 
Books Fellowships 

Video Fellowships 

Fellowships awarded 

All NEA categories 

Grant amounts for Regional 
Art Agency grants 
Total funds awarded 

Selections based on applications 



20 

45 from 

997 applicants 

20 from 

1 58 applicants 

238 from 

3,901 applicants 

$5,000; $15,000; 

$25,000 

$3,500 
$2,390,000 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CONCEPTUAI/PERFORMANCE/NEW GENRES 
Bill Buchen, artist, New York, NY.; Suzanne Lacy, artist/teacher, Los Angeles, 
GA. ; Adrian Piper, artist/critic, Ann Arbor, ML; Jock Reynolds, artist/teacher, 
San Francisco State University, San Francisco, GA. ; Robert Stearns, curator, 
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN.; William Wegman, artist, New York, NY. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PAINTING Andrew Keating, artist, 
Seattle, WA. ; Gabriel Laderman, artist, New York, NY.; Margit Omar, artist, 
Los Angeles, CA. ; Peter Plagens, artist/critic, University of North Carolina, 
Chapel Hill, NC.jJoan Semmel, artist, New York, NY.; Lowe ry Sims, curator, 
Metropolitan Museum, New York, NY . 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PRINTMAKING/DRAWING/ARTISTS' BOOKS 
Garo Antreasian, artist/teacher, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, 
NM.; Bill Jensen, artist, New York, NY.; Donald Kuspit, critic/teacher, State 
University of New York, Stony Brook, NY.; Andrea Miller-Keller, curator, 
Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. ; Bill Schade, artist, Albany, NY. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, VIDEO John Baldessari, artist/teacher, 
California Institute for the Arts, Los Angeles, CA. ; Willie Longshore, 
artist/teacher, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.; Carrie Rickey, critic, 
New York, NY.; Norie Sato, artist, Seattle, WA. ; Warner Wada, artist, 
New York, NY. 



1984 Crafts Fellowships 76 from 

1,569 applicants 
Photography Fellowships 74 from 

1 ,737 applicants 
Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books Fellowships 
(Mid-America Arts Alliance) 20 

Fellowships awarded 290 from 

5,022 applicants 
All NEA categories $5,000;$1 5,000; 

$25,000 
Regional Art Agency grant amount 

$3,500 
Total funds awarded $2,800,000 

Open applications 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CRAFTS Frederico Armijo, artist, 
Albuquerque, NM.; Jonathan Fairbanks, curator, Museum of Fine Arts, 
Boston, MA.; Harvey Littleton, artist, Spruce Pine, NC.; Mineo Mizuno, 
artist, Los Angeles, CA. ; Eleanor Moty, artist/teacher, University of Wisconsin, 
Madison, WL; Cynthia Schira, artist/teacher, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PHOTOGRAPHY Paul Berger, 
artist/teacher, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. ; Roland Freeman, 
artist, Washington, DC; Vida Freeman, artist/teacher, California State 
University, Northridge, CA. ; Elaine Mayes, artist/teacher. Bard College, 
New York, NY.; Carol Squiers, curator/critic, New York, NY. ; Jeff Weiss, 
artist, Chicago, IL. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, SCULPTURE David Ireland, artist, 
San Francisco, CA. ; Mary Jane Jacob, curator, Museum of Contemporary Art, 
Chicago, IL.; Judy Pfaff, artist, New York, NY.; Italo Scanga, artist/teacher. 
University of California, San Diego, CA.; Ursula Von Rydingsvard, artist/ 
teacher, Yale University, New York, NY.; Chester Williams, artist/teacher, 
Florida A&M University, Tallahassee, FL . 



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145 



1985 Conceptual/Performance/ 

New Genres 

Crafts Fellowships (Arts Midwest, 
Mid-America Arts Alliance, 
Southern Arts Federation) 
Painting Fellowships 

Photography Fellowships 
(Arts Midwest) 
Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' 
Books Fellowships 

Fellowships awarded 

Grant amounts, NEA 

Regional Art Agencies grant amount 
Total funds awarded 
Open applications 



56 from 

494 applicants 



29 

131 from 

3,51 6 applicants 

10 

70 from 

1 ,594 applicants 

296 from 

5,604 applicants 

$5,000;$15,000; 

$25,000 

$3,500 

$2,866,500 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CONCEPTUAL/PERFORMANCE/NEW GENRES 
Douglas Huebler, artist, Los Angeles, CA. ; Mary McArthur Griffin, curator, 
New York, NY.; Tony Labat, artist, New York, NY. ; James Pomeroy, artist, 
San Francisco, CA. ; Robert Stearns, curator, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 
MN.; John White, artist, Venice, CA. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PAINTING Joan Brown, artist, 
San Francisco, CA. ; Audrey Flack, artist, New York, NY.; Marvin Harden, 
artist, Chatsworth, CA. ; Richard Loving, artist, Chicago, IL.; Peter Morrin, 
curator, High Museum, Atlanta, GA. ; Pat Steir, artist, New York, NY . 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PRINTMAKING/DRAWING/ARTISTS' BOOKS 
Martha Beck, curator/director, Drawing Center, New York, NY.; 
Kathan Brown, curator/director, Crown Point Press. Oakland, CA. ; 
Cheryl Goldsleger, artist/teacher, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. ; 
Ellen Lanyon, artist, Chicago, IL. ; Roger Shimomura, artist/teacher. 
University of Kansas, Lawrence, K.S.; Paul Zelevansky, artist, New York, NY . 



1 986 Crafts Fellowship 86 from 1 ,61 9 

Painting Fellowships 

(Arts Midwest, Mid-America Arts Alliance, 
Southern Arts Federation) 53 

Photography Fellowships 51 from 1,754 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books Fellowships 
(Southern Arts Federation) 7 

Sculpture Fellowships 94 from 1,921 

Fellowships awarded 291 from 5,294 

NEA grant amounts $5,000, $1 5,000 

$25,000 
Regional Art Agencies grant amount $3,500 
Total funds awarded $2,480,000 

Open applications 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CRAFTS Wayne Higby, artist/teacher, 
Alfred University, Alfred, NY.; Michael Peed, artist, Bozeman, MT. ; 
Helen Shirk, artist, San Diego, CA. ; Susan Stinsmuehlen, artist, Austin, TX. ; 
Kenneth Trapp, curator, Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA. ; Anne Wilson, 
artist/teacher, Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, IL. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PHOTOGRAPHY Ricardo Block, artist. 
St. Paul, MN.; Richard Misrach, artist, Emeryville, CA. ; Julio Mitchel, 
artist, New York, NY.; Barbara Norfleet, artist/curator, Harvard University, 
Cambridge, MA.; Kenneth Shorr, artist/teacher, University of Arizona, 
Tucson, AZ.; Robert Sobieszek, curator, International Museum of Photographv/ 
George Eastman House, Rochester, NY. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, SCULPTURE Michael Brewster, artist. 
Los Angeles, CA. ; Sue Graze, curator, Dallas Museum, Dallas. TX. ; 
Betye Saar, artist, Los Angeles, CA.; Michael Steiner, artist, New York, NY.; 
Margaret Wharton, artist. Chicago, IL. ; Jackie Winsor, artist, New York, NY. 



1 987 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres Fellowships: 

39 from 



Crafts Fellowships (Arts Midwest) 
Painting Fellowships 



501 applicants 

10 

1 76 from 

3,356 applicants 



Photography Fellowships 
(Arts Midwest, Mid-America Arts Alliance, 
Southern Arts Federation) 35 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books Fellowships 

26 from 



1 ,409 applicants 



Sculpture Fellowships 
(Southern Arts Federation) 
Fellowships awarded 



NEA grant amounts 



10 

296 from 
5,266 applicants 
$5,000;$1 5,000; 
$25,000 
Regional Art Agencies grant amount $3,500 
Total funds awarded $2,507,500 

Open applications 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CONCEPTUAL/PERFORMANCE/NEW GENRES 
Ping Chong, artist, New York, NY.; Dorit Cypis, artist, Minneapolis, MN.; 
Roselee Goldberg, curator/critic, New York, NY.; Mike Kelley, artist, 
Los Angeles, CA. ; Paul Kos, artist, San Francisco, CA. ; Mary Lucier, artist, 
New York, NY. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PAINTING Ross Bleckner, artist, 
New York, NY.; Susan Crile, artist, New York, NY.; Charles Garabedian, 
artist, Santa Monica, CA. ; Kathy Halbreich, curator/director, List Visual 
Arts Center, Cambridge, MA.; Michiko Itatani, artist, Chicago, IL. ; 
Merrill Mahaffey, artist, Boulder, CO. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PRINTMAKING/DRAWING/ARTISTS' BOOKS 
Phyllis Bramson, artist, Glenview, IL. ; Vernon Fisher, artist, Denton, TX. ; 
Margo Humphrey, artist, Oakland, CA. ; Michael Hurson, artist, New York, 
NY. ; Jane Kessler, curator, Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC; Michelle Stuart, 
artist, New York, NY. 



1988 Crafts Fellowships 



1 03 from 

1 ,847 applicants 

Painting Fellowships 

(Arts Midwest, Mid-America Arts Alliance, 

Southern Arts Federation) 47 



Photography Fellowships 
Sculpture Fellowships 



60 from 

1,721 applicants 
89 from 
1,746 applicants 
Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books Fellowships 
(Arts Midwest, Mid-America Arts Alliance, Mid Atlantic 
Arts Foundation, Southern Arts Federation, Western 
States Arts Foundation) 48 

Painting Fellowships 
(Arts Midwest, Mid-America Arts Alliance, 
Southern Arts Federation) 47 

Fellowships awarded 347 from 

5,314 applicants 
imounts $5,000;$15,000; 

$25,000 
J Art Agencies grant amounts $3,500 
Total funds awarded $2,502,500 

Open applications 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CRAFTS Margie Hughto, artist/cura- 
tor, Syracuse, NY.; Richard Marquis, artist, Seattle, WA. j Wendy Maruyama, 
artist, Oakland, CA. ; Robin Quigley, artist, Providence, RL; Jane Sauer, 
artist, St. Louis, MO. ; John Stephenson, artist, Ann Arbor, MI . 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PHOTOGRAPHY 
William Christenberry, artist, Washington, DO; Eileen Cowin, artist, 
Culver City, CA. ; Tony Mendoza, artist, New York, NY.; Terence Pitts, cura- 
tor, Center for Creative Photography, Tucson, AZ.; Linn Underhill, artist. 
Lisle, NY.; Wendy Watriss, artist/curator, Foto Fest, Houston, TX 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, SCULPTURE John Buck, artist, 
Bozeman, MT. ; Amalia Mesa-Bains, artist/curator, San Francisco, CA. ; Joel 
Shapiro, artist, New York, NY.; Linda Shearer, curator, Museum of Modern 
Art, New York, NY.; Peter Shelton, artist, Los Angeles, CA. ; Mary Stoppert, 
artist, Chicago, IL 



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147 



1 989 Crafts Fellowships (Arts Midwest, 

Mid-America Arts Alliance, Mid Atlantic Arts 
Foundation, Southern Arts Federation, 
Western States Arts Foundation) 65 
Painting Fellowships 1 69 from 

3,483 applicants 
New Genres Fellowships 59 from 

404 applicants 
Photography Fellowships 
(Arts Midwest) 1 



Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' 
Books Fellowships 

Sculpture Fellowships 
(Arts Midwest, Mid-America Arts 
Alliance, Southern Arts Federation) 
Fellowships awarded 

NEA grant amounts 

Regional Art Agencies grant amount 

Total funds awarded 

Open applications 



70 from 

1 ,864 applicants 



30 

403 from 

5,751 applicants 

$5,000; $15,000 

$5,000 

$3,185,000 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, NEW GENRES She Lea Cheang, artist, 
New York, NY.; Ann Hamilton, artist, Santa Barbara, CA. ; Carole Ann 
KJonarides, curator. New York, NY. ; Julie Lazar, curator, Museum of 
Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA. ; Allan McCollum, artist, New York, 
NY.; Allen Ruppersberg, artist, New York, NY. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PAINTING Mel Bochner, artist, 
New York, NY.; Patricia Gonzalez, artist, Houston, TX. ; Henry Hopkins, 
curator, Weisman Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. ; Alex Katz, artist. New York. 
NY.; Elizabeth Murray, artist, New York, NY.; Patricia Paterson, artist, __ 
Leucadia, CA. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION .PANELISTS, PRINTMAKING/DRAWING/ARTISTS' BOOKS 
Elizabeth Armstrong, curator, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN.; Eric 
Fischl, artist, New York, NY.; Valerie Jaudon, artist, New York, NY.; Roberto 
Juarez, artist, Miami, FL. ; Gael Stack, artist, Houston, TX.; Garner Tullis, 
artist/curator, Tullis Workshop, Santa Barbara, CA. 



1990 Crafts Fellowships 64 from 

1,646 applicants 
Painting Fellowships (Arts Midwest, 
Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, 
Western States Arts Foundation) 55 
PaintingAA/orks on Paper Fellowships 
(Mid-America Arts Alliance, 
Southern Arts Federation) 40 



Photography Fellowships 

Sculpture Fellowships 

Works on Paper Fellowships 
(Arts Midwest, 

New England Arts Foundation) 
Fellowships awarded 

NEA grant amounts 

Regional Art Agencies grant amount 

Total funds awarded 

Open applications 



53 from 

1,712 applicants 

60 from 

1,995 applicants 



25 

297 from 

5,751 applicants 

$5,000; $20,000 

$5,000 

$2,730,000 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CRAFTS Robert Brady, artist, 
California State University, Sacramento, CA. ; Karen Karnes, artist, Morgan. 
VT. ; Marcia Manhart, curator, Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, OK.; John Prip, 
artist, Rehoboth, MA. ; Joyce Scott, artist, Baltimore. MD.; Dick Weiss, artist. 
Seattle. WA. 

\ 
FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PHOTOGRAPHY Tina Barney, artist. 
Watch Hill, RL; Joe Deal, artist/teacher, Washington University. St. Louis. 
MO.; Merry Foresta, curator, National Museum of American Art. Washington. 
DC; George Krause, artist/teacher. University of Houston. Houston, TX.; 
Mike Mandel. artist/teacher, Cabrillo College. Santa Cruz, CA. ; Clarissa Sligh. 
artist, New York, NY. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, SCULPTURE Maria Brito, 
artist/teacher, Miami-Dade College, Miami, FL. ; Holliday Day. curator. 
Indianapolis Museum, Indianapolis, IN.;Jene Highstein, artist. New York. 
NY. ; Douglas Hollis, artist, San Francisco, CA. ; Ken Little, artist/teacher, 
University of Texas, San Antonio, TX.; Judith Shea, artist. New York. NY. 



1991 Crafts Fellowships (Arts Midwest, 

New England Arts Foundation) 
New Genres Fellowships 



Painting Fellowships 



20 

22 from 
348 applicants 
65 from 
3,1 16 applicants 
Photography Fellowships (Arts Midwest, 
Mid-America Arts Alliance, Mid Atlantic Arts 
Foundation, New England Arts Foundation, 
Southern Arts Federation, Western States 
Arts Foundation) 65 

Works on Paper Fellowships 1 8 from 

1,694 applicants 

Sculpture Fellowships (Arts Midwest, Mid Atlantic Arts 
Foundation, Southern Arts Federation, Western States 
Arts Foundation) 40 

Fellowships awarded 230 from 

5,158 applicants 
NEA grant amounts $20,000 

Regional Art Agencies grant amounts $5,000 
Total funds awarded $2,725,000 

Open applications 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, NEW GENRES Lawrence Andrews, 
artist, San Francisco, CA. ; Michael Auping, curator, Albright-Knox Gallery, 
Buffalo, NY.; Bonnie Clearwater, layperson, Grassfield Press, Miami Beach, 
FL.; Cecelia Condit, artist/teacher, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WL; 
Annette Lemieux, artist, Brookline, MA.; Pat Oleszko, artist. New York, NY.; 
Stephen Prina, artist, Los Angeles, CA. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PAINTING Graham Beal, curator. 
Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE.; Janet Fish, artist, Rutland, VT. ; 
Tressa Miller, layperson, Security Pacific, Los Angeles, CA. ; Robert Moskowitz, 
artist, New York, NY.; Gladys Nilsson, artist, Wilmette, IL. ; Andrew Spence, 
artist, NewYork, NY.; Masami Teraoka, artist, Waimanalo, HI. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, WORKS ON PAPER David Bates, artist, 
Dallas, TX. ; Ruth Fine, curator, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC; 
Manuel Gonzalez, layperson, Chase Manhattan Bank, NewYork, NY.; 
Jack Lemon, teacher/curator, Landfall Press, Chicago, IL. ; Winifred Lutz, 
artist/teacher, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA.; Sabina Ott, artist, 
Los Angeles, CA. ; David True, artist/teacher, Cooper Union, NewYork, NY. 



1992 Crafts Fellowships 



33 from 

1,664 applicants 

Painting Fellowships 

(Arts Midwest, Mid Atlantic Arts 

Foundation, New England Arts Foundation, 

Western States Arts Foundation) 42 

Painting/Works on Paper Fellowships 

(Mid-America Arts Alliance, 



Southern Arts Federation) 
Photography Fellowships 

Sculpture Fellowships 



40 

38 from 

1 ,708 applicants 
from 
1 ,868 applicants 
because panel 
resigned in protest 
Works on Paper Fellowships 
(Arts Midwest, Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, 
ngland Arts Foundation, Western 

40 

1 93 from 
5,240 applicants 
NEA grant amounts $20,000 

Regional Art Agencies grant amounts $5,000 
Total funds awarded $2,030,000 

Open applications 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CRAFTS William Daley, artist/teacher, 
University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA.; Glen Kaufman, artist/teacher, 
University of Georgia, Athens, GA. ; Thomas Loeser, artist/teacher, University 
of Wisconsin, Madison, WL; Hiroko Pijanowski, artist/teacher, University of 
Michigan, Ann Arbor, ML; Judith Schaecter, artist, Philadelphia, PA.; 
Davira Taragin, curator, Toledo Museum, Toledo, OH.; Laila Twigg-Smith, 
layperson, collector/patron, Honolulu, HI. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PHOTOGRAPHY Jim Casebere. 
artist/teacher, Rockland Community College, NewYork, NY.; Robert Dawson, 
artist/teacher. City College, San Francisco, CA. ; Barbara Hitchcock, layperson, 
Polaroid Corporation, Cambridge, MA.; Maria Martinez-Canas, artist, 
Miami, FL.; Ray Metzker, artist, Philadelphia, PA.; Lorna Simpson, artist. 
Brooklyn, NY.; David Travis, curator, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, SCULPTURE Richard Fleischner, artist, 
Providence, RL; Ronald Jones, artist/teacher, Yale University, New Haven, 
CT. ; Susan Krane, curator, High Museum, Atlanta, GA. ; Daniel Martinez, 
artist/teacher, University of California, Irvine, CA. ; Mia Westerlund Roosen, 
artist, NewYork, NY. ; James Surls, artist, Cleveland, TX.; Virginia Wright, 
layperson, collector. Seattle, WA. 



148 



149 



1 993 Crafts Fellowships 

(Arts Midwest, Mid-America Arts Alliance, 
Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, 
New England Arts Foundation, 
Southern Arts Federation, 
Western States Arts Foundation) 
Other Genres Fellowships 



Painting Fellowships 



60 

34 from 

413 applicants 

57 from 

2,397 applicants 



Photography Fellowships 

(Arts Midwest, Mid-America Arts Alliance, 

New England Arts Foundation, 

Southern Arts Federation, Western States 

Arts Foundation) 50 

Sculpture Fellowships 

(Arts Midwest, Mid-America Arts Alliance, 

Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, 

New England Arts Foundation, 

Southern Arts Federation, 

Western States Arts Foundation) 

Works on Paper Fellowships 



Fellowships awarded 

NEA grant amounts 

Regional Art Agencies grant amount 

Total funds awarded 

Open applications 



60 

1 9 from 

1,716 applicants 

280 from 

4,526 applicants 

$20,000 

$5,000 

$3,050,000 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, OTHER GENRES Jerri Allyn, 
artist/teacher. New School, New York, NY.; Marilyn Gladstone, layperson, 
consultant, Washington, DC; Carlos Gutierrez-Solana, artist/curator, Artists' 
Space, New York, NY.; Andrea Miller-Keller, curator, Wadsworth Atheneum, 
Hartford, CT. ; Celia Munoz, artist, Arlington, TX.; Robert Peters, 
artist/teacher, University of Chicago, Lake Forest, IL.; Bruce Yonemoto, 
artist/teacher, Art Center College, Pasadena, CA. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PAINTING Susanne Ghez, curator. 
Renaissance Society, Chicago, IL.; Roger Herman, artist/teacher, University of 
California, Los Angeles, CA. ; Lester Loo, layperson, collector, Colorado 
Springs, CO.; Melissa Miller, artist, Austin, TX. ; Catherine Murphy, artist, 
Poughkeepsie, NY.; Robert Reed, artist/teacher, Yale University, New Haven, 
CT. ; Dan Ramirez, artist/teacher, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, WORKS ON PAPER Gregory Amenoff, 
artist, New York, NY. ; Jane Bickerton, layperson, Atlanta College Art, Atlanta, 
GA. ; Suzanne Delehanty, curator, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston. 
TX. ; James Drake, artist, El Paso, TX.; Nancy Friese, artist/teacher, Rhode 
Island School of Design, Providence, RL; Glenn Ligon, artist, New York, NY.; 
Ray Yoshida, artist/teacher, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. 



1994 Crafts Fellowships 28 from 

1,325 applicants 
Painting Fellowships (Arts Midwest, Mid-Atlantic Arts 
Foundation, New England Arts Foundation, Western 
States Arts Foundation) 80 

Painting/Works on Paper Fellowships 
(Mid-America Arts Alliance, Southern Arts Federation) 

60 
Photography Fellowships 28 from 

1,773 applicants 
of which three were rejected by National 
Council on the Arts 

Sculpture Fellowships 32 from 

2,070 applicants 
Works on Paper Fellowships(Arts Midwest, Mid- 
Atlantic Arts Foundation, New England Arts 
Foundation, Western States Arts Foundation) 

40 
Fellowships awarded 268 from 









5,168 applicants 


NEA grant amounts 






$20,000 


Regional Art Agencies 


grant 


amounts 


$5,000 


Total funds awarded 






$2,660,000 


Open applications 









FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, CRAFTS Linda Bills, artist, Baltimore, 
MD.; Eddie Dominguez, artist, Tucumcari, NM.; Deborah Groover, 
artist/teacher, Penland School, Penland, NC; Lorna Higuchi, layperson, col- 
lector, Anaheim, CA. ; Mary Lee Hu, artist/teacher, University of Washington, 
Seattle, WA. ; John Perrault, curator/critic, NY Experimental Glass Workshop, 
New York, NY.; Stephen Whittlesey, artist/teacher. University of 
Massachusetts, West Barnstable, MA . 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PHOTOGRAPHY Ellen Brooks, 
artist/teacher, New York University, New York, NY.; Mary Frey, artist/teacher, 
University of Hartford, Springfield, MA.; Andy Grundberg, curator/critic, 
Friends of Photography, San Francisco, CA. ; William Larson, artist/teacher, 
Maryland Institute College of Art, Collegeville, PA.; Martina Lopez, 
artist/teacher, University of Notre Dame, Chicago, IL. ; David Madson, layper- 
son, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.; Patrick Nagatani, 
artist/teacher, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, SCULPTURE Thomasine Bradford, 
artist, Atlanta, GA. ; Houston Conwill, artist, New York, NY.; Mineko 
Grimmer, artist, Los Angeles, CA. ; Bob Haozous, artist, Santa Fe, NM.; John 
Newman, artist/teacher, Yale University, New Haven, CT. ; Deborah Emont 
Scott, curator, Nelson-Atkins Museum, Kansas City, MO.; Bernadine T. 
Speers, layperson, Banc One Indiana, Indianapolis, IN. 



150 



151 



1995 Crafts Fellowships (Arts Midwest, Mid-America Arts 
Alliance, Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, New England 
Arts Foundation, Southern Arts Federation, Western 
States Arts Foundation) 60 

Other Genres Fellowships 1 8 from 

375 applicants 
of which six were rejected by National 
Council on the Arts 
Painting Fellowships 21 from 

2,577 applicants 
Photography Fellowships 

(Arts Midwest, Mid-America Arts Alliance, Mid Atlantic 
Arts Foundation, New England Arts Foundation, 
Southern Arts Federation, Western States Arts 
Foundation) 60 

Sculpture Fellowships (Arts Midwest, Mid-America 
Arts Alliance, Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, 
New England Arts Foundation, Southern Arts 
Federation, Western States Arts Foundation) 

60 
Works on Paper Fellowships 



Fellowships awarded 

NEA grant amounts 

Regional Art Agencies grant amount 

Total funds awarded 

Open appltcattons 



1 9 from 

1 ,833 applicants 

238 from 

4,785 applicants 

$20,000 

$5,000 

$2,060,000 



FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, OTHER GENRES Suzanne Bloom, 
artist/teacher. University of Houston, Houston, TX.; Edgar Heap of Birds, 
artist/teacher, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK.; Heidi Kumao, 
artist/teacher, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY. ; Jill Medvedow, curator, 
Gardner Museum, Boston, MA.; Walter Parsons, layperson, KCTS-TV, 
Seattle, WA.; Scott Rankin, artist/teacher, Illinois State University, Chicago, IL. 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, PAINTING Julie Auger, layperson, 
collector, Aspen, CO.; Rodney Carswell, artist/teacher, University of Illinois, 
Oak Park, IL. ; David Diao, artist/teacher, Whitney Museum of American Art, 
New York, NY.; Denzil Hurley, artist/teacher, University of Washington, 
Seattle, WA. ; Hung Lui, artist/teacher, Mills College, Oakland, CA. ; 
Sylvia Plimack Mangold, artist, Washingtonville, NY.; Terry Sultan, curator, 
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC 

FELLOWSHIP SELECTION PANELISTS, WORKS ON PAPER Rupert Garcia, 
artist/teacher, San Jose State University, Oakland, CA. ; Eddie Granderson, 
artist/curator. City Gallery, Atlanta, GA. ; Susan King, artist/curator. Paradise 
Press, Los Angeles, CA. ; Richard Shack, layperson, collector, Miami, FL. ; 
Patricia Watkinson, curator, Washington State University Museum, Pullman, WA. 



Visual Arts Policy/Overview Panelists 



Note: The Visual Arts Program convened policy overview panels from 1977 through 1995 when the agency 
was reorganized. After 1983, this panel (like others throughout the Arts Endowment) was 
renamed the "Overview Panel." These panels, comprised of individuals who had recently served on 
one of many other visual arts panels, reviewed program priorities and made recommendations on such 
issues as fellowship amounts or changes in review criteria. Their recommendations were reviewed 
for approval by the National Council on the Arts and then implemented by staff through guidelines and 
new initiatives. 



1977 



Benny Andrews, artist, New York, NY. 

Anne d'Harnoncourt, curator, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 

Philadelphia, PA. 

Carole Kismaric, editor, Aperture, New York, NY. 

George Lakoff, teacher, University of California, Berkeley, CA. 

Ed Levine, artist/teacher, Minneapolis College, Minneapolis, MN. 

Nathan Lyons, artist/teacher, Visual Studies Workshop, 

Rochester, NY. 

Warren MacKenzie, artist, Stillwater, MN. 

Eudorah Moore, curator, California Design, Pasadena, CA. 



1978 



Benny Andrews, artist, New York, NY. 

Anne d'Harnoncourt, curator, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 

Philadelphia, PA. 

Newton Harrison, artist, San Diego, CA. 

James Haseltine, director, Washington State Arts 

Commission, Olympia, WA. 

Carole Kismaric, editor, Aperture, New York, NY. 

George Lakoff, teacher, University of California, Berkeley, CA. 

Ed Levine, artist/teacher, Minneapolis College, Minneapolis, MN. 

Warren MacKenzie, artist, Stillwater, MN. 



1979 



Panel Chair: Ed Levine, artist/teacher, Minneapolis College, 

Minneapolis, MN. 

Robert Adams, artist, Longmont, CO. 

Benny Andrews, artist, New York, NY. 

Anne d'Harnoncourt, curator, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 

Philadelphia, PA. 

Anne Focke, administrator, and/or service, Seattle, WA. 

Janet Harris, director, Indiana Arts Commission, Indianapolis, IN. 

Luis Jimenez, artist, El Paso, TX. 

Ruth Kohler, curator/director, Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wl. 

l Lyons, artist/teacher, Visual Studies Workshop, 
Rochester, NY. 

Warren MacKenzie, artist, Stillwater, MN. 
George Segal, artist, New Brunswick, NJ. 



1980 



Panel Chair: Ed Levine, artist/teacher, Minneapolis College, 

Minneapolis, MN. 

Robert Adams, artist, Longmont, CO. 

Benny Andrews, artist, New York, NY. 



Richard Artschwager, artist, New York, NY. 

Anne d'Harnoncourt, curator, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 

Philadelphia, PA. 

Anne Focke, administrator, and/or service, Seattle, WA. 

Janet Harris, director, Indiana Arts Commission, Indianapolis, IN. 

Luis Jimenez, artist, El Paso, TX. 

Ruth Kohler, curator/director, Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wl. 

Nathan Lyons, artist/teacher, Visual Studies Workshop, 

Rochester, NY. 

Warren MacKenzie, artist, Stillwater, MN. 



1981 



Panel Chair: Anne Focke, administrator, and/or service, 

Seattle, WA. 

Richard Artschwager, artist, New York, NY. 

Douglas Davis, artist/critic, New York, NY. 

Robert Irwin, artist, Los Angeles, CA. 

Bernard Kester, artist/teacher, Los Angeles, CA. 

Ruth Kohler, curator/director, Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wl. 

Rosalind Krauss, critic, October Magazine, New York, NY. 

Bart Parker, artist, Providence, Rl. 

Carlos Solana, staff, New York State Council on the Arts, 

New York, NY. 

Anne Tucker, curator, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX. 



1982 



Panel Chair: Anne Focke, administrator, and/or service, 

Seattle, WA. 

Richard Artschwager, artist, New York, NY. 

Dale Chihuly, artist, Cranston, Rl. 

Douglas Davis, artist/critic, New York, NY. 

David Driskell, critic/teacher, University of Maryland, 

Hyattsville, MD. 

Robert Irwin, artist, Los Angeles, CA. 

Bernard Kester, artist/teacher, University of California, 

Los Angeles, CA. 

Rosalind Krauss, critic, October Magazine, New York, NY. 

Bart Parker, artist, Providence, Rl. 

Carlos Solana, staff, New York State Council on the Arts, 

New York, NY. 

Anne Tucker, curator, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX. 

Martha Wilson, curator/director, Franklin Furnace, New York, NY. 



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153 



1983 



Panel Chair: Irving Sandler, critic/teacher, New York, NY. 

Richard Andrews, LAA staff, public arts program, Seattle, WA. 

Dale Chihuly, artist, Pilchuck School, Seattle, WA. 

Chuck Close, artist, New York, NY. 

Bing Davis, artist, Dayton, OH. 

Douglas Davis, artist/critic, New York, NY. 

Ronald Feldman, dealer, commercial gallery, New York, NY. 

John Giancola, staff, New York State Council on the Arts, 

New York, NY. 

Rosalind Krauss, critic, October Magazine, New York, NY. 

Donald Kuspit, critic, State University of New York, 

Stony Brook, NY. 

Al Nodal, curator/director, Otis Parsons Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. 

Adrian Piper, artist/critic, Ann Arbor, Ml. 

Susan Rankaitis, artist, Inglewood, CA. 

Jock Reynolds, artist/director, Washington Project for the 

Arts, Washington, DC. 

Marcia Tucker, curator/director, The New Museum, New York, NY. 



1984 



Panel Chair: Irving Sandler, critic/teacher, New York, NY. 

Richard Andrews, LAA staff, public arts program, Seattle, WA. 

Alan Bunce, critic, Christian Science Monitor, Boston, MA. 

Garth Clark, dealer, commercial gallery, Los Angeles, CA. 

Chuck Close, artist, New York, NY. 

Anita Contini, curator/director, Creative Time, New York, NY. 

Bing Davis, artist, Dayton, OH. 

Jackie Ferrara, artist, New York, NY. 

Henry Geldzahler, curator/critic, New York, NY. 

Kathy Halbreich, curator, Massachusetts Institute of 

Technology, Cambridge, MA. 

Nancy Lurie, dealer, commercial gallery, Chicago, IL. 

Sarah Lutman, administrator, Fleishhacker Foundation, 

San Francisco, CA. 

Henry Moran, director, Mid-American Arts Alliance, 

Kansas City, MO. 

Susan Rankaitis, artist, Inglewood, CA. 

Jock Reynolds, artist/director, Washington Project for the 

Arts, Washington, DC. 



1985 



Panel Chair: Henry Geldzahler, curator/critic, New York, NY. 
Anita Contini, curator/director, Creative Time, New York, NY. 
Helen Drutt English, dealer, commercial gallery, 



Philadelphia, PA. 

David Fraher, director, Arts Midwest, Minneapolis, MN. 

Kathy Halbreich, curator, Massachusetts Institute of. 

Technology, Cambridge, MA. 

David Jacobs, artist/critic, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. 

Luis Jimenez, artist, Hondo, NM. 

Mark Lere, artist, Los Angeles, CA. 

Richard Loving, artist, Chicago, IL. 

Jim Pomeroy, artist, San Francisco, CA. 

Irving Sandler, critic/teacher, New York, NY. 

Gary Super, artist/administrator, Atlanta, GA. 



1986 



Panel Chair: Anita Contini, curator/director, Creative Time, 

New York, NY. 

Ricardo Block, artist, St. Paul, MN. 

Jack Boulton, curator, Chase Manhattan Bank, New York, NY. 

Luis Jimenez, artist, Hondo, NM. 

Christoper Knight, critic, Herald Examiner, Los Angeles, CA. 

Richard Loving, artist, Chicago, IL. 

Sarah Lutman, administrator, Fleishhacker Foundation, 

San Francisco, CA. 

Marc Pally, artist/administrator, Community Redevelopment 

Agency, Los Angeles, CA. 

Lisa* Phillips, curator, Whitney Museum of American Art, 

New York, NY. 

Jim Pomeroy, artist, San Francisco, CA. 

Rita Starpattern, staff, Texas Commission on the Arts, Austin, TX. 

Susan Stinsmuehlen, artist, Austin, TX. 



1987 



Panel Chair: David Fraher, director, Arts Midwest, 

Minneapolis, MN. 

Mary Beebe, curator, Stuart Collection/University of California 

at San Diego, La Jolla, CA. 

Susan Crile, artist, New York, NY 

Jennifer Dowley, director, Headlands Art Center, Sausalito, CA. 

Vernon Fisher, artist, Denton, TX. 

Jeff Hoone, artist/director, Light Work, Syracuse, NY. 

Judith Kirshner, curator, Terra Museum, Chicago, IL. 

Carole Kismaric, editor, Aperture, New York, NY. 

Susan Stinsmuehlen, artist, Austin, TX. 

Philip Yenawine, curator, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. 



1988 



Panel Chair: David Fraher, director, Arts Midwest, 

Minneapolis, MN. 

David Avalos, artist, San Diego, CA. 

Gary Garrels, curator, Dia Art Foundation, New York, NY. 

Olivia Georgia, curator/director, Maryland Art Place, 

Baltimore, MD. 

Jeff Hoone, artist/director, Light Work, Syracuse, NY. 

Judith Kirshner, curator/teacher, Chicago, IL 

Inverna Lockpez, artist/director, INTAR/lnternational Arts 

Relations, New York, NY. 

Wendy Maruyama, artist, Oakland, CA. 

Amalia Mesa-Bains, artist/curator, San Francisco, CA. 

Martha Schwartz, artist/architect, San Francisco, CA. 

Philip Yenawine, curator, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. 

Zenia Zed, artist/critic, Atlanta, GA. 



1989 



Panel Chair: David Fraher, director, Arts Midwest, 

Minneapolis, MN. 

Liz Armstrong, curator, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN. 

Deborah Butterfield, artist, Bozeman, MT. 

Houston Conwill, artist, New York, NY. 

Eileen Cowin, artist, Culver City, CA. 

Jennifer Dowley, director, Headlands Art Center, Sausalito, CA. 

Robert Gaylor, artist/director, Center for Contemporary Arts 

of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM. 

Wayne Higby, artist/teacher, Alfred University, Alfred, NY. 

Janet Kardon, curator/director, American Craft Museum, 

New York, NY. 

Peter Taub, artist/director, Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, IL. 

Cesar Trasobares, LAA staff, public art program, Miami, FL 

Diane Vanderlip, curator, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO. 



1990 



Panel Chair: Jennifer Dowley, director, Headlands Art 
Center, Sausalito, CA. 

st/teacher, Washington University, St. Louis, MO. 
anty, curator/director, Contemporary Art 
Museum, Houston, TX. 
Richard Fleischner, artist, Providence, Rl. 
Merry Foresta, cur itor, National Museum of American Art, 
Washington, DC. 

Wayne Higby, artist/teacher, Alfred University, Alfred, NY. 
Jean McLaughlin, staff, North Carolina Arts Council, Raleigh, NO 



Claire Peeps, editor/administrator, Los Angeles Festival, Los 

Angeles, CA. 

Judith Shea, artist, New York, NY. 

Joyce Scott, artist, Baltimore, MD. 

Cesar Trasobares, artist/consultant, public art program, 

Miami, FL. 

Ella King Torrey, layperson, Pew Charitable Trusts, 

Philadelphia, PA. 



1991 



Panel Chair: Jennifer Dowley, director, Headlands Art 

Center, Sausalito, CA. 

Graham Beal, curator/director, Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE. 

Joe Deal, artist/teacher, Washington University, St. Louis, MO. 

Susan Dickson, staff, Ohio Arts Council, Columbus, OH. 

Glenn Harper, editor, Art Papers, Atlanta, GA. 

Al F. Harris, artist/curator, CRCA/ University of Texas, 

Arlington, TX. 

Andrew Leicester, artist, Minneapolis, MN. 

Susana Leval, curator, El Museo del Barrio, New York, NY. 

Stephen Prina, artist, Los Angeles, CA. 

Emily Pulitzer, layperson, collector, St. Louis, MO. 

Amy Sandback, editor, P.P. Rindge, Rindge, NH. 

Judith Shea, artist, Housatonic, MA. 

Fred Wilson, artist/director, Longwood Arts Project, 

New York, NY. 



1992 



Panel Chair: Joe Deal, artist/teacher, Washington University, 

St. Louis, MO. 

Graham Beal, curator/director, Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE. 

Susan Dickson, staff, Ohio Arts Council, Columbus, OH. 

Jennifer Dowley, curator/director, Headlands Art Center, 

Sausalito, CA. 

Glenn Harper, editor, Art Papers, Atlanta, GA. 

Al F. Harris, artist/curator, CRCA/ University of Texas, 

Arlington, TX. 

Andrew Leicester, artist, Minneapolis, MN. 

Susana Leval, curator, El Museo del Barrio, New York, NY. 

Stephen Prina, artist, Los Angeles, CA. 

Emily Pulitzer, layperson, collector, St. Louis, MO. 

Amy Sandback, editor, P.P. Rindge, Rindge, NH. 

Judith Shea, artist, Housatonic, MA. 

Fred Wilson, artist/director, Longwood Arts Project, 

New York, NY. 



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155 



1993 



Panel Chair: Joe Deal, artist/teacher, Washington University, 

St. Louis, MO. 

Deborah Bright, artist/teacher, Rhode Island School of 

Design, Providence, Rl. 

Jacqueline Crist, staff, Idaho Commission on the Arts, Boise, ID. 

Judith Kirshner, curator/critic, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL 

Kyong Park, artist/director, Storefront for Art & Architecture, 

New York, NY. 

Stephen Prina, artist, Los Angeles, CA. 

Renny Pritikin, curator/critic, Yerba Buena Center, San 

Francisco, CA. 

Cesar Trasobares, artist/consultant, public art program, 

Miami, FL. 

Fred Wilson, artist/director, Longwood Arts Project, 

New York, NY. 

Virginia Wright, layperson, collector, Seattle, WA. 



1994 



Panel Chair: Michael Moore, staff, New England Foundation 

for the Arts, Cambridge, MA 

Jerri Allyn, artist/teacher, New School, New York, NY. 

Suzanne Delehanty, curator/director, Contemporary Art 

Museum, Houston, TX. 

Susanne Ghez, curator/director, Renaissance Society, 

Chicago, IL. 

Marilynn Gladstone, layperson, trustee, Washington, DC. 

Allan Millar, administrator, Yerba Buena Center, San 

Francisco, CA. 

Robert Peters, artist/teacher, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. 

Robert Reed, artist/teacher, Yale University, New Haven, CT. 

Pablo Schugurensky, staff, Washington State Arts 

Commission, Olympia, WA. 

John Scott, artist/teacher, Xavier University, New Orleans, LA. 



Judy Moran, artist/consultant, San Francisco, CA. 

Kyong Park, artist/director, Storefront for Art & Architecture, 

New York, NY. 

Michael Peranteau, curator/director, DiverseWorks, Houston, TX. 

Lari Pittman, artist, Los Angeles, CA. 

Bernandine Speers, layperson, BancOne, Indianapolis, IN. 



1995 



Panel Chair: Anne Focke, consultant, Seattle, WA. 

Gregory Amenoff, artist, New York, NY. 

Nayland Blake, artist, San Francisco, CA. 

Tom Borrup, administrator, Intermedia Arts, Minneapolis, MN. 

Glenn Harper, editor, Art Papers, Atlanta, GA. 

Judith Kirshner, curator/critic, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL. 

William Larson, artist/teacher, Maryland Institute, Collegeville, PA. 

Ree Schonlau, administrator, Bemis Center for 

Contemporary Art, Omaha, NE. 

Cesar Trasobares, consultant, Miami, FL. 

Nadine Francis West, layperson, mayoral assistant, Hartford, CT. 



1994 



Panel Chair: David Fraher, director, Arts Midwest, 

Minneapolis, MN. 

Chris Bruce, curator, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA. 

Mary Jane Jacob, curator, Chicago, IL. 

William Larson, artist/teacher, Maryland Institute, 

Collegeville, PA. 

Stella MacGregor, administrator, public art program, 

Lexington, MA. 



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NEA Chairmen 



Visual Arts Directors 



Roger L. Stevens, Chairman 1965-1969 

Nancy Hanks, Chairman 1969-1977 
Livingston L. Biddle, Jr., Chairman 1 977— 1 981 

Frank Hodsoll, Chairman 1981-1989 

John E. Frohnmayer, Chairman 1989-1992 

Jane Alexander, Chairman 1993-1997 

Bill Ivey, Chairman 1998-2001 



Henry Geldzahler, Director 
Brian O'Doherty, Director 
James Melchert, Director 
Benny Andrews, Director 
Richard Andrews, Director 
Susan Lubowsky, Director 
Rosalyn Alter, Director 
Jennifer Dowley, Director 



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Visual Arts Staff, 1965-1999 



Eva Antoniou, Secretary 

David Bancroft, Administrator Specialist 

Charles Bish, Assistant/Fellowships 

Ruth Bond, Assistant/Fellowships 

Roger Bruce, Coordinator/Photography 

Elena Canavier, Coordinator/Crafts 

Richard Carey, Assistant/Fellowships 

Paul Carlson, Administrator/Specialist/Photography 

Sue Coliton, Specialist/Visual Arts 

Laura Coyle, Assistant/Fellowships 

Renato Danese, Assistant Director 

Annette Davis, Assistant 

James Dean, Assistant/Fellowships 

Nancy Drew, Coordinator/Visual Arts 

Jean Efron, Assistant 

Mary Fahey, Assistant 

Michael Faubion, Assistant Director, Acting Director, 

Coordinator, Specialist, Assistant/Fellowships 

Vicki Fern, Assistant 

Ramiro Fernandez, Specialist/Fellowships, Assistant/Fellowships 

Patrick Fisher, Specialist/Crafts 

Laura Friesen, Assistant/Fellowships 

Patricia Fuller, Coordinator/Public Art 

Kathy Gauss, Specialist/Photography 

Kerrie Cillis, Assistant/Fellowships 

Diane Gingold, Specialist/Public Art 

Michael Giza, Specialist/Crafts 

Rodney Goldstein, Specialist/Photography 

Elise Goldstein, Assistant 

Maria Goodwin, Specialist/Public Art 

Beth Hameleinen, Assistant/Fellowships 

Jackie Harmon, Secretary 

Leonard Hunter, Assistant Director, Acting Director 

Melanie Kersey, Assistant/Fellowships 



Richard Koshalek, Assistant Director 
Bert Kubli, Specialist/Public Art 
Gretchen Lapp, Assistant/Fellowships 
Camille Larsen, Specialist/Visual Arts 
Lisa Levine, Specialist/Visual Arts 
Ira Licht, Coordinator/Public Art 
Silvio Lim, Specialist/Fellowships, Assistant 
Maria Los, Assistant/Fellowships 
John Maggiotto, Specialist/Visual Arts 
John McLean, Specialist/Crafts 
Starke Meyer, Assistant 
Melanie Modlin, Assistant 
Julia Moore, Administrator 
Eudoi*ah Moore, Coordinator/Crafts 

Jennifer Neimur, Specialist/Fellowships, Assistant/Fellowships 
Stacy Paleologos, Specialist/Public Art. Specialist/Fellowships. 
Assistant/Fellowships 
Sue Pitler, Assistant/Fellowships 
John Prince, Assistant 
Lorie Rotenberg, Assistant/Fellowships 
Dana Rust, Specialist/Visual Arts 
Malcolm Ryder, Specialist/Fellowships 
Jack Seely, Assistant 
Jamela Simpson, Assistant 
Mary Smith, Assistant 

David Steinberg, Specialist/Fellowships, Assistant/Fellowships 
Saul Straussman, Assistant 
Katherine Suttles, Administrator 
Jack Weiland, Assistant/Fellowships 
Glenn Yokley, Secretary 
Sandra Zimmerman, Coordinator/Crafts 



BLACK-AND-WHITE PLATES 



Dennis Adams 

The Archive 
I990 

Inkjet color print, fluorescent light, Plexiglas 
and Duratrans, 238 x 282 x 427". Pedestrian 
tunnel, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture 
Garden,' Washington, D.C. 

photographer: James Cohrssen 




Jo Harvey Allen 

Counter Angel 
1982 

Solo performance, written and 
performed by Jo Harvey Allen 

photographer: Tom Vinetz 



Nicholas Africano 

Actor 
1986 

Cast bronze, cast glass, cloth, wood, 
marble base, 22 x 22 x 8" 



Carlos Alfonzo 

Trail 
1985 
Acrylic on canvas, 1 03 x 112" 

Private collection. 

Courtesy McMurtrey Gallery, Houston 






Carl Andre 

Stone Field Sculpture 

1977 

Thirty-six glacial boulders. Hartford, Connecticut 

© Carl Andre/Licensed by VAGA, New York 

Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery 



Benny Andrews 

Migrants (Langston Hughes Series) 
1996 

Oil and collage on paper, 
27 3/4x39 1/4" 

Courtesy ACA Galleries. New York 

photographer: Michael Korol 



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Lawrence Andrews 

Vrischikasana-Tardieu Spots 
(from Wounded Series) 
1998 

Digital photographs 





Eleanor Antin 

Eleanoro Antinora In "Pocahontas" 

(from Recollections Of My Life With Diaghilev) 

1979-80 

Silver print, 11 x 14" 

Courtesy Ronald Feldman Gallery. New York 



Siah Armajani 

Lighthouse and Bridge 
1996 

Lighthouse 60 x 60' steel reflected arch 
pedestrian bridge (adjacent to the Ferry Landing 
at Staten Island) connecting the plaza to the 
Ferry Terminal. Staten Island, New York. 

Courtesy Max Protetch Gallery, New York 



Dotty Attie 

An Eminent Painter 
1989 

Oil on canvas, 20 panels 6 x 6", 
1 6 panels 4 x 6" 

Courtesy P.P. O.WFme Arts, 
New York 

photographer: Adam Reich 







Rudy Autio 

Gifthorse 
1994 

Stoneware ceramic, 38 1/2 x 31 x 20" 

photographer: Chris Autio 



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Alice Aycock 

. c. Functional and Fantasy Stair and 

Cyclone Fragment 

1996 

Spiral Stair and Cone, aluminum 
and structural steel with painted steel 
sheathing, Suspended Cyclone 
Fragment, aluminum with structural 
steel pole, Cone 24 x 22', Spiral 
Stairs 28', Cyclone Fragment 
32 x 20' 



San Francisco Mam Library. California 



Lewis Baltz 

Element #12 (from New Industrial Parks 
near Irvine, California) 
1974 

Black-and-white gelatin silver print, 
6.38x9 1/2" 

Courtesy Luisotti Gallery, Santa Monica 



Judith Barry 

Maelstrom: May Laughs 
1989 

Video installation, dimensions variable 

Photograph courtesy Whitney Museum of American Art. New York 



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Larry Bell 

6x6x4 ABCD 
1999 

4 glass panels coated with Inconel, 
72 x 72" each panel. Installation, 
Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh 

photographer: Bill Wade 



Howard Ben Tre' 

Double Wrapped Form 
'994 

Cast glass, lead, patina, 
57 x 18 1/2 x 18 1/2" 

photographer: Ric Murray 



Lynda Benglis 

Tossana 
1995-96 

Stainless steel wire mesh, zinc, aluminum, 
silicone bronze, 49 x 63 x 14" 

©Lynda Benglis/Licensed by VAGA, New York 

photographer: Douglas M. Parker 





Garry Bennett 

Chest Bench #2 

1991 

Painted wood and leather, 28 x 77 1 1 A x 1 9" 

Courtesy Leo Kaplan Modern, New York 
photographer: M. Lee Fatherree 






Willie Birch 

Knowing Our History 
1992 

m/m papier mache, 80 x 88 x 1 7" 

Courtesy Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans 



Ronald Bladen 

X 

1967 

Painted wood, 22x26x1 4'. 

Exhibition photograph, Corcoran Gallery of Art, 

Washington, D. C. 



Courtesy Ronald Bladen 



Ross Bleckner 

Fallen Object 
1987 

Oil and linen, 48 x 40" 

Courtesy Mary Boone Gallery, New York 

photographer: Zindman/Fremont 



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Mel Bochner 

Remarks On Color 

1999 

Oil on canvas, 36 x 48" 






Jonathan Borofsky 

Hammering Man at 3, OOJ, 624 
I990-9I 

Steel, 70' 

Commission: MtSSt lurm, trankfurt. Germany 
Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery, New York 



Gandy Brodie 

Stravinsky 

1975 

Oil on canvas, 25 x 19 1/4" 

Courted Gandj Brodit 

photographers: Robert E. Mates and Susan Lazarus 



Christopher Brown 

Swimming in China 

1985 

Oil on canvas, 72 x 144" 

Courtesy Campbell -Thiebaud Gallery, San Francisco 

photographer: Ira Schrank 




Joan Brown 

The Bicentennial Champion 
1976 

Enamel on canvas, 96 x 78" 

Joan Brown, Collection Michael Hebel 

and Noel Neri 

Courtesy George Adams Gallery, New York 

photographer: eeva inkeri 





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Beverly Buchanan 

Restored Shack 
1993-94 

Wood, tar paper, mixed-media, 20 x 26 x 1 6" 

Courtesy Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, New York 

photographer: Adam Reich 



Deborah Butterfield 

Argus (PJ) 

1997 

Cast bronze, 81 x 104x40" 

Denver Museum of Art Collection 



James Lee Byars 

The Perfect Death 
1977 

Venetian glass, silk paper, gold ink, 
19x19x2" (48x48x5 cm) 

Courtesy Galeae Michael Werner, Cologne and New York 



Jo Ann Callis 

Untitled (Angel) 
1992-94 

C-Print, 40 x 30" 



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Paul Caponigro 

Callanish Stone Circle, Isle of Lewis, 

Hebrides, Scotland 

1972 

Silver chlorobromide print, 9 1/4x131 /4" 



Cynthia Carlson 

hat^enjammer 
'976 

Acrylic paint on canvas and wood, 57 x 70 1 12" 

photographer: Bruce C. Jones 



Wendell Castle 

Voyage 

1995 

PC wood, walnut, mahogany, 44 x 39 x 1 9" 

photographer: David Mohney 



Vija Celmins 

To fix the image in memory (detail) 
1977-82 

Stones and painted bronzes 

photographer: Vija Celmins 







Theresa Cha 

Other Things Seen, Other Things Heard 
1978 

Black-and-white film of performance, 
9 1/4x1 1 1T 

Gift of the Theresa Hak Kyung Cha Memorial Foundation, Berkeley 
Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive 



Albert Chong 

The Cowrie Necklace 

1993 

Gelatin silver print, 30 x 40" 



photographer: Ben Blackwell 



Ping Chong 

In the Absence of Memory 

1989 

Mixed-media, site specific installation 



Y. David Chung 

Luxorview Dusk 

1993 

Mixed-media, 52 x 192" 



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Linda Connor 

Crocodile, Valley of the Kings, Egypt 

1989 

Photograph, 8x10" 





Sue Coe 

Exxon 
I990 

Gouache, watercolor, and graphite on board, 
23 1 /8 x 29" (59 x 73.6 cm) 

Courtesy Galene St. Etienne, New York 




Houston Coriwill 

The New Ring Shout 
1992-95 

Collaborative Team: Houston Conwill, sculptor; 
Joseph De Pace, architect, graphic artist; Estella 
Conwill Majozo, poet. Interior floor installation over 
the site of The African Burial Ground, Federal 
Office Building, New York. 38' x 10" diameter ter- 
razzo and brass cosmogram and accompanying 
design of Rotunda ceiling and lighting. 




Lia Cook 

Presence/Absence: Soft Touch 

1997 

Cotton, rayon, handwoven Jacquard, 48 x 40" 

Private collection 



John Coplans 

Self Portrait (Back With Arms Above) 
1984 

Silver gelatin print, 42 x 32" 

Courtesy Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York 




Dorit Cypis 

Framing Memories I Never Had 
1998 

Mixed-media, slide dissolve 
projection with projection 
equipment and cloth 

Collection of the artist 



Judy Dater 

Miko Yamaguchi 
1997 

Gelatin silver print, 20 x 1 6" 




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Gene Davis 

Raspberry Icicle 
1967 

Acrylic on canvas, 116x219 5/8" 
(294.6 x 558.4 cm) 

National Museum of American Art, 
Smithsonian Institution Collection 



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Jay DeFeo 

Lotus Eater No. 1 
1974 

Acrylic and assemblage on masonite, 
72 1/2 x 48 1/2" 

© 2001 Estate of Jay DeFeo/Artists Rights 
Society (ARS), New York. 

photographer: M. Lee Fatherree 



Barbara DeGenevieve 

Untitled ("Oh Yeah, Oh God") 
1993 

Photograph, stretched fabric, paint, macaroni, 
56 x 1 74 x 1 " 



Agnes Denes 

Pascal's Perfect Probability Pyramid 
& The People Paradox— 
The Predicament (detail) 
1980 

India ink on silk vellum, 32 x 43" 




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Donna Dennis 

Deep Station 
1981-85 

Wood, glass, electrical fixtures, acrylic and enamel 
paint, metal, cellulose compound, rubber, plastic, 
1 35 x 240 x 288" (detail view) 

Courtesy Holly Solomon Gallery, New York 

photographer: Peter Mauss Esto 




Lewis DeSoto 

Ship 

1998 

Steel, computerized guidance system, motors, fog 
machine, 22 x 70 x 1 2" 

Photograph courtesy Bill Maynes Gallery, New York 





Richard DeVore 

1998 

Ceramic, 18x121/2x11" 

Courtesy Max Protetch Gallery, New York 
photographer: Vanderbuff 



Ellen Driscoll 

The Loophole of Retreat 
1991 

Wood, metal, motor, cloth, plaster, glass, light, 
lenses, One 8x8x13' camera obscura, One 1 0' 
diameter ceiling-mounted wheel with 1 rpm motor, 
1 2 objects, One 22" x 22' accordion book, Seven 
5' x 7" diameter wooden columns suspended with 
hidden light source, glass lens. 

photographer: George Hirose 




Melvin Edwards 

Premonition 
I990 

Welded steel, 18x11x11" 

Courtesy CDS Gallery, New York 



Richard Estes 

The Plaza 

I99i 

c Richard Estes/Licensed by VAGA, New York 

Oil on canvas, 36 x 66" (91 .44 x 1 67.64 cm) 

Courtesy Marlborough Gallery, New York 



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Wendy Ewald 

F for Fruta (from The Alphabet Project) 
1997-98 

Silver print, 8x10" detail from 78 x 84" pyramid 
of 30 photographs. Wendy Ewald and the 
English as a Second Language students at 
Bethesda Elementary School, North Carolina 





Teresita Fernandez 

Untitled (Crawhpace) 
1997 

Wood, cast plaster, rope, pencil drawing, 
18x36x18'. Installation at The Corcoran Gallery 
of Art, Washington, D.C. 

Courtesy Deitch Projects. \c,i )ork 

photographer: Peter Harholdt 



Howard Finster 

The Devil's Vice 
1984 

Enamel, wood, 18x16" 

Courtesy Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York 



Mary Fish 

Image from Lahgo Ndhodeesd^d 

(Time Called Tor A Better Way of Being) 

1995 

Photo emulsion on earth-rubbed paper, 22 1/4 x 
30 1/4" 

photographer: Mary Fish 






the street th4e bus was gone, x'he rain had stopp 
stood qn^Jjftj^avement In 'white pools. 




Vernon Fisher 

Variations on an Ending 
1999 

Acrylic on canvas, 46 1/2 x 52 1/2" 
Courtesy Charles Cowles Gallery, New York 



Louise Fishman 

Tossed As It Is Untroubled 

1997 

Oil on canvas, 30 1 /4 x 20 1 /4" (76.8 x 51 .4 cm) 

Courtesy Cheim & Read Gallery, New )ork 



Jane Freilicher 

Flower Against a Blue Window 

1997 

Oil on canvas, 24 x 20" 

Courtesy Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York 

photographer: Adam Reich 



Rupert Garcia 

Hello, Good-bye, Hello 
1992 

Oil on paper, 72 x 1 20" 
photographer: M. Lee Fatherree 



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Jim Goldberg 

Untitled from "Spit" (detail) 

1999 

Diazo print, 30 x 40" 

Courtesy PaceWildenstemMacGill, New York 





Carmen Garza 

Empanadas (turnovers) 

1991 

Gouache painting, 20 x 28" 

Collection Romeo Montaho, MD., Brownsville. Texas 

photographer: Judy Reed 



Peter Gourfain 

A Last Supper 

1993 

Terra-cotta, 36 x 36 x 1 0" 

photographer: Kevin Noble 



Doug Hall 

The Terrible Uncertainty of the Thing Described 

(detail) 

1987 

Four-channel video installation with sculptural 
and electronic components 

photographer: Hansen/Mayer 







Maren Hassinger 
On Dangerous Ground 
1981 

Wire rope, 21 bushes, each approximately 
4x3x3'. Installation at the Los Angeles County 
Museum of Art 



Connie Hatch 

Some Americans Forced to Disappear (from A 

Display of Visual Inequity series) 

I990 

Transparencies with shadows, text, panels, 
each portrait 10x8x12" 



photographer: Adam Avila 



photographer: C. Hatch 



Robert Heinecken 

Barbara Campaign Fund Raising in Middle America 
1992 

Collage on existing cardboard figures, 
72 1/4x47 3/4" 



Al Held 

Requiem III 
1996 

Acrylic on canvas, (triptych, right section) 
180x216" (450 x540 cm) 

© Al Held/Licensed by VAGA, New York 

Photograph Courtesy Robert Miller Gallery, New York 



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George Herms 

Scientific American 

1973 

Assemblage, 40 x 20 x 8" 

Courtesy Nicholas Wilder Cullcn. I OS Angeles 

photographer: Frank J. Thomas 



Jene Highstein 

Flame 
1996 

Reinforced black concrete, 10x6x5' 

Collection oj the art:*t 



Roni Horn 

Untitled (Gun) 
1994 

Solid aluminum and plastic, 26 units, each 5 x 5" x 
variable length, stacked height 10' 8", edition 2/3 

Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery, New York 





Peter Hujar 

David Wojnarowicz with a Snake 
1981 

Silver print, 20 x 1 6" 

c 1 987 Peter Hujar 

Courtesy James Danzjger Gallery, New York 




Mildred Howard 

Last Tram From Caney Creek to 16th and Wood 

1994 

Mixed-media installation, 80 x 40' 

photographer: Ben Blackwell 




John Hull 

Aftermath 

1994 

Acrylic on canvas, 72 x 84" 

Denver Art Museum Collection 

photographer: Joseph Szaszfai 



David Ireland 

Dumbball Action On Going Process Work 
1992 

Concrete, 4" diameter 
photographer: D. Ireland 



Alfredo Jaar 

The Eyes OfGutete Emerita 
1996 

Quad vision light boxes with black-and-white and 
color transparencies; each box: 26 x 23 x 6"; time 
cycle: 45', 30', 15' and 1/5 seconds; overall 
dimensions: 26 x 48 x 6" 



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Bill Jensen 

Hunger 
1984-85 

Oil on linen, 16 x 20" 

Private collection 

Courtesy Mary Boone Gallery. New York 

photographer: Steven Sloman 



Luis Jimenez. 

Musteno 
1998 

Fiberglass, 8'2" high 

c 2001 Luis Jimenez /Artists Rights Society 
(ARS), New York 



Kristin Jones/Andrew Ginzel 

Interim, after the end and before the beginning 
1995 

30 x 88 x 22'. Brooklyn Academy of Music, Next 
Wave Festival, Artists in Action: presented at the 
Queens Museum of Art, New York 

photographer: T. Charles Erickson 



Raymond Jonson 

Polymer No. 6 
1976 

Polymer, 30 x 27" 

Bequest of Raymond Jonson, Collection of the Jonson Gallery of the 
University of New Mexico Art Museums, Albuquerque 








Jun Kaneko 

Installation, Gallery Takagi, Japan 
1991 

Glazed ceramics and painted floor 



Mary Kelly 

Mea Culpa 

1999 

Lint, detail: 4 of 1 9 units, overall: 1 7 x 235 x 2" 

Courtesy Postmasters Gallery, New York 



Byron K itn 

1984 Dodge Wagon 

1994 

Oil and wax on linen and panel, 44 x 90" 

Collection Peter and Eileen Broido 
Courtesy Max Protetch Gallery, New York 

photographer: Dennis Cowley 



Jin Soo Kim 

Untitled Environment 
1988 

Mixed media, 1 56 x 504 x 384" 

Courtesy Walker Art Center, Minneapolis 

photographer: Glenn Halvorson 



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Mark Klett 

Contemplating the View at Mulej Point, Utah 
1994 

Silver gelatin photograph, 1 6 x 20" 



Gerhardt Knodel 

16 Provinces ofNatur 
1996 

Fiberglass, stained glass, stainless steel and 
carpet, 14 x 28 x 14' 

Collection American Center. Southficld. Michigan C 
Gallery. Michigan 



photographer: G. Knodel 



Komar and Melamid 

George, Vladimir, Isadora and Marcel 

1996-97 

Tempera and oil on canvas, 66 x 98" 

Courtesy the artists and Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York 

photographcr: Zindman/Freemont 



Paul Kos 

Study Model for the Galvanized Bell 
1988 

Galvanized garbage cans and washtubs, 

3 x 6 x 6' for a projected scale of 35 x 30 x 30' 

Courtesy of Gallery Pauie Anglim. San Francisco 

photographer: Ken Miller 







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Howard Kottler 

Face Vase 

1985 

Ceramic, glaze, luster, 14x10x3" 

photographer: Roger Schreiber 



Barbara Kruger 

Bus Shelter Image 
1991 

New York Public Art Fund 



Louise Lawler 

She Wasn't Always A Statue (A) 
1996-97 

Black-and-white photograph, 17 3/4x18 1/2" 

Courtesy Metro Pictures, New York 



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Shigeko Kubota 

Jogging Lady 
1993 

Video monitors, metal, 
43 x 80 x 34" 

photographer: Peter Moore 







Annette Lemieux 

The Ingestion and Excretion of the 

One By the Other 

1991 

Latex on canvas with 50 wax objects, 
79 x 120x96" 

Private collection 

Courtesy McKee Gallery, New York 



David Levinthal 

Untitled (from the series Barbie) 
1998 

Polaroid Polacolor ER print, 24 x 20" 
Collection of the art^t 



Norman Lewis 
Players Four 
1966 

Oil on canvas, 76 x 50" 

Collection of Tamn M. Fuller 

photographer: Henry Lau 




Sol LeWitt 

X with Columns 
1996 

Cinder block and concrete, 14 x 26 x 26' 

© 2001 Sol LeWitt /Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York 

Collection Walker Art Center, Minneapolis 
Partial gift of the artist with funds provided by the 
Judy and Kenneth Dayton Garden Fund and materials 
provided by Anchor Block Company 



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Glenn Ligon 

Red Portfolio 
1993 

Black-and-white silver print, 8 x 8" 

Courtesy of the artist 



Donald Lipski 

Poxabogue Pond No. 29 
1995 

Glass, eggs, preservative solution, 36x12x12" 
Hot glass formed by Michael Scheiner 

Courtesy Galerie Lelong, New York 

photographer: Tim Lee 



Ken Little 

Monitor 
1982 

Shoes, clothes, paint on wood and paper 
armature, 46 x 90 x 24" 

Collection of Jack Blanton Museum of Art 



Hung Liu 

Chinese Profile III 
1998 

Oil on canvas, 80 x 80" 

Private collection 

Courtesy Steinbaum Krauss Gallery. New York 

photographer: Ben Blackwell 



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Robert Lobe 

2j>ne 
1998 

Hammered steel, 76 1/2 x 81 x 25" 

Collection of the artist. 

Courtesy Senior and Shopmaker Gallery 



Danny Lyon 

Road to Ocasinga. Chiapas. Where 

750 Zppatistas Died 

1995 

Black-and-white photograph 

c Danny Lyon 

Courtesy Edwynn Houk Gallery. New York 



Nathan Lyons 

Ellis 
1998 

Silver gelatin photograph, 4 1/2x6 3/4" 




Sylvia Mangold 

The Locust Trees with Maple 
1989 

Oil on linen, 24 x 20" 

Courtesy Alexander and Bomn. New York 

photographer: D. James Dee 




John Malpede 

Bronx Train 

1995 

Performance 

photographer: Martin Cox 





Robert Mangold 

Green/Black &ne Painting VIII 

1997 

Acrylic and black pencil on canvas, 
90 x 198 1/4" 
(228.6 x 503.6 cm) 

© 2001 Robert Mangold/Artists Rights 
Society (ARS), New York 

Collection Museum Wiesbaden. 
Wiesbaden, Germany 

Courtesy PaceWildenstem, New York 

photographer: Ellen Page Wilson 



Christian Marclay 

Guitar Neck 
1992 

Collage, record covers, 73 x 1 9" 

Collection Eileen and Peter Norton, Santa Monica 

photographer: Douglas M. Parker Studio 



Tom Marioni 

Wednesday 

1989 

Shadow box, mixed-media, 36 x 24 x 4" 

Collection Twig Smith 



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Graham Marks 

Untitled 

1990 

Earthenware clay, 32 x 32 x 35" 







Kerry Marshall 

Souvenir I 
1997 

Acrylic and glitter on unstretched 
canvas banner, 9x13' 

Collection Museum of Contemporary Art. Chicago 
Courtesy Jack Shamman Gallery. New York 




Daniel Martinez 

Museum Tags: Second Movement (Overture), 

or Ouverture con Claque 

(Overture with Hired Audience Members) 

1993 
3x6" 

Whitney Biennial. Whitney Museum of 
American Art, New York 



Wendy Maruyama 
Ooh-La-La Vanity 
1994 

Polychromed mahogany, mirror, silk, 
28 x 50 x 30" 

Collection Wendy Joseph 

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Paul McCarthy 

Hollywood Halloween, 

2 of 5 

1977 

Black-and-white photograph 





Allan McCollum 

Plaster Surrogates 
1982-83 

Enamel on solid-cast hydrostone, 
installation view 



Marian Goodman Gallery, New York 



John McLaughlin 

Untitled #22 

1974 

Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 48" 

Courtesy Tobey C. Moss Gallery, Los Angeles 



James Melchert 

Messages 
1992 

Glazed earthenware and copper filament, 
17 1/2x17 1/2 x3/4" 

Courtesy Revolution Gallery, Detroit and New York 

photographer: Lee Fatheree 



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Ana Mendieta 

Untitled (from the Silueta Series) 
1980 

Black-and-white photograph, 8x10" 

Photograph of carved earth with root. Montana de San Felipe, Mexico 
Courtesy of Ana Mendieta and Galene Lelong, New York 



Ray Metzker 
Untitled, Utah 
'998 

13 1/2 x 13 1/2 

Courtesy Laurence Miller Gallery, New York 



Melissa Miller 

Graze 
1998 

Oil on canvas, 24 x 24" 

photographer: Bill Kennedy 





Robert Moskowitz 
Iceberg 

1984 

Oil and latex on canvas, 56 x 157 3/8" 

The Corcoran Gallery of Art Collection, Washington, D. C. 
Gift of the Friends of the Corcoran 





Matt Mullican 

Untitled (Glass ball with ink) 
1998 

Photogram, 8x10" 



Antonio Muntadas 

The Board Room 

1987 

Installation, 30x51' 



Collection of the National Gallery, Ottawa, Canada 



Catherine Murphy 

Curtained Window 

1994 

Oil on canvas, 48 x 73 1/2" 

Collection, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 
Courtesy ofLennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York 



Ron Nagle 

Bruised Boy Cup 

1995 

Mixed-media, 12x12x12" 

Courtesy Garth Clark Gallery, New York 

photographer: Don Tuttle 



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Max Neuhaus 

Time Piece Arcfiefype 
1983 

Colored pencil on paper, 82.5 x 1 51 cm. Sound 
Work References: Exhibition: Whitney Biennial, 
Sculpture Court, Whitney Museum of American 
Art, New York, 1 x 30 meters 



Anne Noggle 
Myself As A Pilot 
1982 

Photograph, 1 6 x 20" 

Courtesy Andrew Smith Gallery, Santa Fe 



Nathan Oliveira 

Wild Dog Seeking Its Shadow 

1997 

Oil and alkyd on canvas, 90 x 78" 

Courtesy John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco 



Dennis Oppenheim 

Stage Set for a Film 
1998 

Painted steel, acrylic, galvanized steel, vinyl siding, 
asphalt shingles, industrial lights, concrete foun- 
dations, 420 x 300 x 300" 

Collection of the City ofValladolid, Spam 

photographer: Rose Rongac 





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Pepon Osorio 

En la barberia no sc llora 
1994 

Mixed-media and barber chair 

Courtesy the artist and Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York 
photographer: Dennis Cowley 



Tom Otterness 

Law of Nature 
1997 

Bronze, dimensions of Jury: 55 x 63 x 24 1/2", 
dimensions of Judge/Defendant: 73 1 1I x 41 x 1 9" 
Detail (Trial Scene) from larger installation at Mark 
O. Hatfield Federal Courthouse, Portland, Oregon 

©Tom Otterness/Licensed by VAGA, New York 

Courtesy Marlborough Gallery, New York 

photographer: Laurie Black 



John Outterbridge 

John Ivery's Truck: Hauling Away the Traps 

and Saving the Yams 

1993-94 

Wood, rag and metal, 1 8 1 II x 20 1 II x 50" 

Courtesy of the artist 

photographer: Sammy Davis 



Philip Pearlstein 

Nude With Mummy Balloon 

1997 

Watercolor on paper, 40 1/2 x 60" 

Courtesy Robert Miller Gallery, New York 



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Howardena Pindell 

Scapegoat 
1990 

Acrylic, tempera, oil stick, polymer transfer 
on canvas, 72 x 141" 

Collection Studio Museum in Harlem, New York 

photographer: James Dee 



Jim Pomeroy 

Berthold Brecht. n.d. 

Computer-generated print. 8 x 10" 
Center for Creative Photography, 
The University of Arizona 

c The Jim Pomeroy Estate 



David Rabinowitch 

Metal Constructions in 12 Masses and 4 Scales, I 

1989 

Hot rolled steel, 200 x 1 84 x 5" 

© 1999 David Rabinowitch/Artists 
Rights Society (ARS), New York 

Collection the artist andAkira Ikeda Gallery, Hew York/Tokyo 

photographer: Adam Rzepka 





David Reed 

Judy's Bedroom 
1992 

Variable painting featured: #328, bed, bedding, 
headboard, lamp, videotape: Two Bedrooms 
in San Francisco, Judy's Bedroom, 1994 featuring 
painting #328 inserted into Alfred Hitchcock's 
film Vertigo, Universal Pictures, 1 958. Installed at 
the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego 

photographer: P.S. Rittermannu 



Yvonne Rainer 

Film About a Woman Who . . . 
1974 

1 6mm, black and white, 1 05 minutes, 
frame enlargement 5 x 7" 

Courtesy Zeitgeist Films, New York 




Dorothea Rockburne 

Tacoma Bridge Resonance 
1997 

Caran-Dache Neocolor II on Indigo Pigment 90% 
cotton 5% abaca 5% line paper and translucent 
abaca paper, 33 x 29 1/2" 

© 2001 Dorothea Rockburne/Artists 
Rights Society (ARS), New York 

Collection of the artist 




Tim Rollins 

Study for Amerika XIII 

1991 

Watercolor/paper, linen, 60 x 48" 

Courtesy Mary Boone Gallery, New York 

photographer: Oren Slor 



Rachel Rosenthal 

Pangaean Dreams: A Shamanic Journey 
I990-95 

Performance 

Premiered at the Santa Monica Museum 

of Art, 1990 

Courtesy The Rachel Rosenthal Company 

photographer: Jan Deen 



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Martha Rosier 

In the Place of the Public 
1993 

Detail from installation of texts and photographs, 
Jay Gorney Modern Art 

photographer: Oren Slor 



Christina Rupp 
Synthetic Water 
1990 

Steel and plastic, 36 x 24 x 24" 
photographer: Adam Reich 



Allen Ruppersberg 

Untitled Logs from Commercial Art 

(Installation view) 

1985 

Sandblasted logs, various dimensions 
photographer: Bill Jacobson Studio 



Alison Saar 

Small Pox Demon 

1995 

Wood, plaster, tin, 35 x 1 1 1/2x91 IT 

Courtesy Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York 







Jim Sanborn 

Implied Geometries (Triangle), Cainville, Utah 
1995 

Projected light, 1 00' triangle 
photographer: J. Sanborn 



Fred Sandback 

Untitled 
1988 

Six-part vertical construction, acrylic yarn, 
1 4 x 38 x 60'. Installed at the Dia Center for 
the Arts, New York 

Courtesy Lawrence Markey. New York 

photographer: Mary Bachmann 



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Miriam Schapiro 


Memories, Untitled XIII (Skinned) 


Medusa 


1993 


1981 


Silver print fragments, 11 x 14" 


Acrylic, fabric, glitter painting in six parts, 


Collection of Tom Coyne 


84 x 168" 




Collection of Carolyn Schneebeck, Courtesy Stembaum Krauss 




Gallery, New York 




photographer: D. James Dee 



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Sean Scully 

Wall of Light Pink 
1998 

Oil on linen, 108 x 120" 

photographer: Zindman/Fremont 



Allan Sekula 

Detail (Inclinometer), mid-Atlantic and 
Panorama, mid-Atlantic (both from Fish Story) 
1995 

Chromogenic development (cibachrome) prints, 
12x32" and 16x32" 



Collection Afu-t-um Boymans-Van Bcuningtn. Rotterdam 



Beverly Semmes 

Black Gowns 

1994 

Velvet, 12x9x12' 

Collection Joel and Sherri Mallin 

photographer: Charles DuPrat, Paris 



Andres Serrano 

Nomads (Rene) 
I990 

Cibachrome, silicone, Plexiglas, wood frame, 
60 x 50" 

Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery 





Judith Shea 
Artist 

1992 

Cast steel, 89 1 1I x 1 8 1 1I x 1 8 1 1T 





Peter Shelton 

churchsnakebedbone 

1993 

Bronze, water, copper, and pumps, 80 x 77 x 38" 

Collection of the artist. Courtesy L.A. Louver, Venice, California 



Buster Simpson 

Brush with Illumination (www.brushdelux.com) 
1998 

Calligraphy brush with illuminated elements, 
40 x 25 x 28' (-1 + tidal influences) 



Michael Singer 

Grand Rapids Riverwalk Floodwall, 
(detail), Grand Rapids, Michigan 
'996 

Granite, 300 x 20 x 18' 

photographer: Sterling McMurrin 



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Sandy Skoglund 

Squirrels at the Drive -In 
1996 

Photolithograph, 20 x 25 1/2" 
photographer: Sandy Skoglund 



Clarissa Sligh 

Mr. Taylor 

1998 

Gelatin silver print, 50 x 40" 



Kit-Yin Snyder 

CosiE-ltlsSo! (detail) 
1996 

Wire mesh, fabric, light, sound, 
installation in 2-story space, 
36 x 1 08 x 96" 



Buzz Spector 

Authors (Man with Cigarette) 

1999 

Torn printed papers on wood lectern, 19x19x8" 

photographer: Wilmer D. Zehr 







Robert Stackhouse 

Drifter 

1993 

Watercolor on paper, 119 1/2x801 IT 

Courtesy Morgan Gallery, Kansas City 

photographer: Dan Wayne 



Earl Staley 

Powwow 80: Women's Northern Buckskin Dancers 
1998 

Acrylic on canvas, 24 x 36" 

Collection of the artist 



Richard Stankiewicz 

Untitled 1981-I 
1981 

Steel. 20 3/8x21 3/4x15 1/4" 

Collection, Richard Stankiewicz, 
Courtesy Zpbnskie Gallery Inc., New York 

photographer: John A. Ferrari 



Jessica Stockholder 

1995 

Acrylic and oil paints, acrylic fiber, glass, wood, 
plastic, cloth, resin, wood, 71 1/2 x 64 x 52" 

Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York 
Photograph courtesy ofGorney Bravin + Lee, New York 

photographer: Oren Slor 



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Myron Stout 
Untitled 

I950 

Charcoal on paper, 25 x 19" 

Courtesy Joan T. Washburn Gallery, New York, and 
Miles Bellamy/Oil & Steel Gallery, New York 



Michelle Stuart 

Seed Containers: *3 

1993 

Seeds, beeswax, pine, 38 1/2 x 25 3/4 x 26 3/4" 

Courtesy of the artist and John Weber Gallery. New York 
photographer: Karen Bell 



Larry Sultan 

The Directors 
1998 

Color coupler print, 30 x 40" 

Courtesy Janet Borden Inc. 






James Surls 


Lenore Tawney 


Turning Around 


Wind of Autumn 


1998 


1998 


Pine, 80 1/2x57 1/2x50" 


Linen, 96 x 48 x 24" 


© James Surles/Licensed by VAGA, New York 


photographer: George Erml 


Courtesy Marlborough Gallery, New York, Gerald Peters 




Gallery, Dallas 






Masami Teraoka 

Tree of Life Series/Eve with Eggplants 
1993 

Watercolor and gold leaf 

on paper mounted 

as a scroll, 76 1/4x29 1/8" 

Courtesy Pamela Auchmcloss Arts Management 



Paul Thek 

The Personal Effects of the Pied Piper 
1975-76 

Bronze, dimensions variable 

Courtesy Alexander and Bonm, New York 

photographer: D. James Dee 



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Diana Thater 

The best animals are the flat animals (version # l) 
1998 

LCD video projector, three-lens video 
projectors, video monitor, laser disc players, 
laser discs, acetate film, 8' x 1 0' 6" 

Courtesy David 2jvirner, New York 
Photograph courtesy MAK Center for Art and 
Architecture, Los Angeles 

photographer: Fredrik Nilsen 





William Tucker 

Rider 
1994 
Bronze, 31 x 42 1/2x37" 

Courtesy McKee Gallery, New York 



Mierle Ukeles 

The Social Mirror 
1983 

Mirror covered garbage truck with the 
NYC Department of Sanitation 

Courtesy Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, ffew Tori 



Steina Vasulka 

Pyro gfyphs 

1995 

Video, dimensions variable 

Graphic realization by Woody Vasulka 



Woody Vasulka 

Scan Processor Studies 
1982 

Video, dimensions variable 











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Dance of Darkness 
1988 

Video 

Photograph courtesy of the artist 



Catherine Wagner 

Beating Heart — Heart Chamber 

1994 

Gelatin silver prints, diptych, 20 x 24" each 

Courtesy Jack Shamman Gallery, New ^ork 



Nari Ward 

Iron Heavens 

1995 

Mixed-media, 1 36 x 1 45 x 36" 

photographer: Lawrence Gomez 



Margaret Wharton 

Eve 
1998 

Small wooden chair, shovel, 
epoxy, 48 x 33 x 7" 

Courtesy Jean Albano Gallery, Chicago 



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Gwen Widmer 

From the series Cloud Reading for Prfots 
1981 

Hand-colored black-and-white photograph, 
24 x 20" 



Pat Williams 

What You Lookn At 
1993 

Halftone dot mural print, color photos, spray 
paint and text, 9 x 20' 

Courtesy P. P.O. W., New York 



Christopher Wilmarth 

Gift of the Bridge 
1975-76 

Steel and etched tempered glass, 72 x 72 x 48" 

Wadsworth Atheneum Collection. Hartford, Connecticut 
photographer: Jerry L. Thompson 





















Garry Winogrand 

John Huston, "Annie" set, Burbank, California 
1981 

Gelatin silver print from "15 Big Shots" 

Q Garry Winogrand 

Courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Franasco 



Joel-Peter Witkin 

Harvest 
1984 

Silver chlorobromide print, 12x12" 

c Joel-Peter Witkin 

Courtesy Pace Wildenstem MacGtll. New York, 
Frankel Gallery. San Fransisco 



Christopher Wool 
Untitled 

1990 

Alkyd on paper, 48 x 32 1/2" 

Courtesy the artist and Luhnng Augustine, New York 



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Jack Youngerman 

Billow 

1983 

Steel, 81 x 96 x 25" 

© Jack Youngerman/Licensed by VAGA, New York 

Courtesy Washburn Gallery, New York 

photographer: J. Youngerman 



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Kate Ericson and Mel Ziegler 

Camouflaged History 
1991 

House painted with 72 commercial paints in 
authentic colors of historic Charleston, South 
Carolina 

photographer: John McWilliams 



Edward Zucca 

Mystery Robots Rip Off the Rain Forest 
1989 

Mahogany, yellow poplar, maple, acrylic paint, 
gesso, polyethylene ink, 31 x 30 1/2 x 132" 

Collection of Charles Carpenter, New Caanan, Connecticut 
Courier Leo Kaplan Modern. New )ork 

Photograph c 1989. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 
All rmhts reserved 



NATIONAL RECIPIENTS 



National Endowment for the Arts 

Visual Artists ' Fellowships 1967- 1 995 



Jesse Aaron, Gainesville, FL. 1 975 Artist $4,000 

Pacita Abad, Washington, DC. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Jon Abbott, Venice, CA. 1 976 Artist $2,000 

John Abduljaami, Oakland, CA. 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Richard Aber, Santa Barbara, CA. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Cecile Abish, North Bergen, NJ. 1975 Artist $4,000; 1977 Artist $7,500; 

1980 Artist $10,000 

Jane Abrams, Albuquerque. NM. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000; 1993 

Painting $20,000 

Charles Abramson, Brooklyn, NY. 1 984 Sculpture $5,000; 1 985 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Michael Abramson, Chicago, IL. 1979 Photo $3,000 

Vito Acconci, Brooklyn, NY. 1 976 Video $5,000; 1 978 Video $7,500; 1 983 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $15,000; 1993 New Genres $20,000 

Robert Ackerman, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $15,000 

James Acord/Susan Shie, Wooster, OH. 1994 Crafts $20,000 

Alice Adams, New York, NY. 1 978 Artist $7,500; 1 984 Sculpture $1 5,000 

Allan Adams, San Francisco, CA. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Dennis Adams, New York, NY. 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 1988 Sculpture $15,000; 1995 New 

Genres $20,000 

Hank Adams, Albany, NY. 1 986 Crafts $5,000; 1 988 Crafts $5,000; 1 990 Crafts $5,000 

Mac Adams, New York, NY. 1 976 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $2,000; 1 980 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1982 Sculpture $25,000 

Pat Adams, Bennington. VT. 1969 Artist $5,000; 1976 Artist $5,000; 1987 Painting $15,000 

Peter Adams, Penland, NC. 1 984 Crafts $5,000 

Phoebe Adams, Philadelphia, PA. 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Robert Adams, Longmont, CO. 1 973 Photo $5,000; 1 978 Photo $7,500 

Shelby Adams, Salem, MA. 1992 Photo $20,000 

Yura Adams, New York, NY. 1 985 New Genres $5,000 

Terry Adkins, New York, NY. 1 986 Sculpture $5,000 

Billy Adler, Los Angeles, CA. 1 971 Photo $2,000; 1 974 Artist $3,000; 1 976 Video $5,000 

Jane F Aebersold, Aspers, PA. 1 984 Crafts $1 5,000 

Nicholas Africano, Normal, IL. 1978 Artist $7500 

Ann Agee, Sheboygan, Wl. 1987 Painting $5,000; 1992 Crafts $20,000 

Peter Agostini, New York, NY. 1 969 Artist $5,000 

Deborah Aguado, New York, NY. 1 978 Crafts $7,500 
John Ahearn, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $1 0,000 

Mi Ahn, Skokie. IL. 1987 Painting $5,000; 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Miran Ahn, Berkeley, CA. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

Hanno Ahrens, New York, NY. 1986 Sculpture $5,000; 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Robert Aielle, Amherst, MA. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Lucien Aigner, Great Barrmgton, MA. 1975 Photo $5,000 

Adela Akers, Guerneville, CA. 1974 Crafts $3,000; 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Gwendolyn Akin/Allan Ludwig, New York, NY. 1 990 Photo $5,000 

Neda Al-Hilali, Santa Monica, CA. 1974 Crafts $3,000; 1979 Crafts $10,000 

Ed Albers, New York, NY. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

John Albers, New York, NY. 1 982 Sculpture $5,000 

James Albertson, Oakland, CA. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1982 Painting $25,000 

John Alberty, Norman, OK. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Lita Alburquerque, Malibu, CA. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Bob Alderette, Sunset Beach, CA. 1 983 Painting $5,000 

Peter Aldridge, Bath, NY. 1 982 Crafts $25,000 

John Alexander, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Peter Alexander, Topango, CA. 1 980 Artist $1 0.000 

Wick Alexander, San Diego, CA. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Martha Alf, San Diego, CA. 1979 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $10,000; 1989 Works 

On Paper $1 5,000 

Joey Alfieris, Savannah. GA. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Carlos Alfonzo, Miami Beach, FL. 1983 Painting $5,000 



Mario Algaze, Coral Gables, FL. 1991 Photo $5,000; 1992 Photo $20,000 

James Alinder, Pebble Beach, CA. 1973 Photo $3,500; 1980 Photo $10,000 

Rene Allain, Brooklyn, NY. 1991 Painting $20,000 

William Allan, San Rafael. CA. 1995 Painting $20,000 

Catherine Allen, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Edward Allen, Albany, CA. 1989 Painting $15,000 

Jo Harvey Allen, Fresno, CA. 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1983 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 

Judith Allen, San Francisco, CA. 1 990 Photo $5,000 

Lisa Allen, Portland. ME. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Philip Allen, New York, NY. 1982 Painting $5,000 

Terry Allen, Santa Fe. NM. 1973 Artist $7,500; 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres 

$1 0,000; 1 989 Works On Paper $1 5,000 

William Allen, State University, AR. 1973 Artist $7,500 

Janet Ailing, New York, NY. 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 

Jerri Allyn, New York, NY. 1981 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $4,000; 1985 New 

Genres $5,000; 1989 New Genres $5,000 

Michael Almaguer, Berkeley, CA. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Max Almy, Oakland. CA. 1982 Video $5,000 

Natalie Alper, Brookline. MA. 1976 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Merry Alpern, New York, NY. 1 990 Photo $5,000 

Richard Alpert, San Francisco, CA. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Julio Alpuy, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Lewis Alquist, Tempe. AZ. 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Mauro Altamura, Jersey City, NJ. 1988 Photo $5,000 

Edith Altman, Chicago. IL. 1990 Sculpture $20,000 

Harold Altman, Lemont, PA. 1977 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Francisco Alvarado-Juarez, New York, NY. 1985 Painting $5,000; 1989 Painting $5,000 

Gloria Alvarez, Carpintena, CA. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Emma Alvarez-Pineiro, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $1 0,000 

Jesse Amado, San Antonio, TX. 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Jane Aman, Sepulveda, CA. 1974 Printmaking/ Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Taka Amano, New York, NY. 1 989 Works On Paper $1 5,000 

Michele Amateau, Dripping Springs, TX. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Peter Ambrose, Brooklyn, NY. 1978 Artist $3,000; 1981 Painting $12,500 

Gregory Amenoff, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1981 Painting $12,500; 

1989 Painting $15,000 

Grimanesa Amoros, New York, NY. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Claudia Amory, Baltimore, MD. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Emma Amos, New York, NY. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Patricia Ancona, San Francisco. CA. 1 979 Artist $3,000 

Nancy Andell, Chatham, NY. 1987 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Stanley Andersen, Penland, CA. 1982 Crafts $5,000 

Chris Anderson, New York, NY. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Daniel Anderson, Edwardsville, IL. 1990 Crafts $20,000 

David Anderson, Columbus, OH. 1 974 Artist $7,500; 1 981 Sculpture $1 2,500; 1 988 

Sculpture $15,000 

Doug Anderson, Newtonville, MA. 1987 Painting $5,000; 1989 Painting $5,000 

Harry Anderson, Philadelphia, PA. 1975 Artist $4,000; 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Janet Anderson, Los Angeles, CA. 1 980 Crafts $3,000 

Jerome Anderson, Santa Monica, CA. 1 975 Artist $4,000 

Laurie Anderson, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000; 1977 Conceptual/Performance/New 

Genres $7,500; 1980 Conceptual/ Performance/ New Genres $10,000 

Lennart Anderson, Brooklyn, NY. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Lois Anderson, Mill Valley. CA. 1 978 Artist $7,500 

Marilyn Anderson, Los Angeles, CA. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Marilyn Anderson, Rochester, NY. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Robert Anderson, Bloomfield, NJ. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Sally Anderson, Albuquerque, NM. 1 977 Crafts $5,000 



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Bruno Andrade, Corpus Christi. TX. 1 980 Artist $3,000; 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Carl Andre, New York, NY. 1969 Artist $5,000 

Milet Andrejevic New York, NY. 1 976 Artist $5,000 

Jo Andres, Brooklyn, NY. 1989 New Genres $5,000; 1991 New Genres $20,000 

Benny Andrews, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $7,500; 1987 Painting $15,000 

Dana Andrews, Chevy Chase, MD. 1986 Crafts $15,000 

Ed Andrews, St. Louis, MO. 1 990 Sculpture $5,000 

Lawrence Andrews, Oakland, CA. 1989 New Genres $5,000; 1993 New Genres $20,000 

Mari Andrews, Venice, CA. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Mel Andringa, Iowa City, IA. 1 985 New Genres $1 5,000 

Robert Andriulli, Millersville, PA. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Damian Andrus, Pasadena, CA. 1 982 Painting $5,000 

Roswell Angier, Cambridge, MA. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Matthew Antezzo, Brooklyn, NY. 1 995 Painting $20,000 

Peter Anthony, New York, NY. 1 986 Sculpture $3,000 

Eleanor Antin, Del Mar, CA. 1 979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $1 0,000 

Gale Antokal, Berkeley, CA. 1991 Works On Paper $20,000 

Stephen Antonakos, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $7,500 

Garo Antreasian, Albuquerque, NM. 1982 Prmtmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $25,000 

Carole Aoki, New York, NY. 1 990 Crafts $5,000 

Keith Aoki, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Timothy App, Baltimore, MD. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Jacki Apple, New York, NY. 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1981 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $12,500 

Ida Applebroog, New York, NY. 1980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $10,000; 1985 

Painting $15,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Daniel Appleby, Minneapolis, MN. 1985 New Genres $5,000; 1987 New Genres $5,000 

Ken Aptekar, New York, NY. 1 995 Painting $20,000 

Tomie Arai, New York, NY. 1993 Works On Paper $20,000 

Yoshiki Araki, Brooklyn, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Michele Araujo, Hoboken, NJ. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Linda Arbuckle, Micanopy, FL. 1994 Crafts $20,000 

Vincent Arcilesi, New York, NY. 1 982 Painting $5,000 

Stuart Arends, Roswell, NM. 1989 Painting $5,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Douglas Argue, St. Paul, MN. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Susana Arias, Aptos, CA. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Akira Arita, New York, NY. 1 985 Painting $1 5,000 

Nancy Arlen, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Siah Armajani, Minneapolis, MN. 1978 Artist $7,500 

Tom Armbruster, Hudson, OH. 1981 Crafts $4,000 

Frederico Armijo, Albuquerque, NM. 1 980 Crafts $1 0,000 

Richard Armijo, New York, NY. 1985 New Genres $5,000 

John Arndt, Cleveland, OH. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Robert Arneson, Benicia, CA. 1973 Artist $7,500; 1981 Sculpture $1 2,500; 

1988 Sculpture $15,000 

Rick Arnitz, Oakland, CA. 1991 Painting $20,000 

David Arnold, Roosevelt, NJ. 1985 Prmtmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Skip Arnold, Los Angeles, CA. 1 993 New Genres $20,000 

William Arnold, Florence, MA. 1975 Photo $5,000 

Charles Arnoldi, Venice, CA. 1974 Artist $7,500; 1982 Sculpture $25,000 

Mark Aronson, New York, NY. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Alfredo Arreguin, Seattle, WA. 1 980 Artist $3,000; 1 985 Painting $1 5,000 

Maria Artemis, Atlanta, GA. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Richard Artschwager, New York, NY. 1 973 Artist $7,500 

John Arvanites, Los Angeles, CA. 1 981 Video $4,000; 1 985 New Genres $1 5,000 

Michael Aschenbrenner, New York, NY. 1992 Crafts $20,000 

Eve Aschheim, New York, NY. 1 989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Eve Ashcraft, New York, NY. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Michael Asher, Los Angeles, CA. 1975 Artist $8,000 

Mary Ashley, San Francisco, CA. 1 976 Video $2,000 

Marc Asnin, New York, NY. 1988 Photo $5,000 

Mary Lee Ataie, Coral Gables, FL. 1 990 Sculpture $5,000 

Dana Atchley, Crested Butte, CO. 1979 Video $10,000 

John Atlas, Houston, TX. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Dotty Attie, New York, NY. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000; 1983 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $25,000 

Shimon Attie, San Francisco, CA. 1993 New Genres $20,000 

Tina Aufiero, Brooklyn, NY. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Ellsworth Ausby, Brooklyn, NY. 1983 Painting $15,000 



Rudy Autio, Missoula, MT. 1 980 Crafts $1 0,000 

Lynne Avadenka, Birmingham, Ml. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

David Avalos, National City, CA. 1986 Sculpture $5,000; 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Edward Avedesian, New York, NY. 1969 Artist $5,000 

David Avison, Evanston, IL. 1977 Photo $7,500 

Elizabeth Await, Milhs, MA. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Jan Axel, New York, NY. 1981 Crafts $12,500 

Dee Axelrod, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Alice Aycock, New York, NY. 1 976 Artist $5,000; 1 980 Artist $1 0,000; 1 986 Sculpture 

$1 5,000; 1 994 Sculpture $20,000 

Larry Ayers, New Brunswick, NJ. 1 980 Artist $3,000; 1 982 Painting $25,000; 

1987 Painting $15,000 

Helene Aylon, New York, NY. 1 981 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $1 2,500 

Luis Azaceta, Ridgewood, NY. 1 980 Artist $3,000; 1 985 Painting $1 5,000; 

1991 Painting $20,000 



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Jo Babcock, San Francisco, CA. 1 990 Photo $20,000 

Daniel Babior, Vallejo, CA. 1990 Photo $20,000 

Laurence Babis, Manhasset, NY. 1977 Photo $7,500 

Mary Ann Babula, Allston, MA. 1984 Crafts $5,000 

Carolyn Bach, Newport, Rl. 1 984 Crafts $5,000 

Laurence Bach, Philadelphia, PA. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Elizabeth Bachhuber, West Germany, 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Shelley Bachman, Collegeville, PA. 1 986 Photo $5,000 

Jay Backstrand, Portland, OR. 1982 Painting $5,000 

Jules Backus, San Francisco, CA. 1980 Video $3,000 

Mowry Baden, Canada, 1977 Artist $7,500; 1984 Sculpture $15,000; 

1990 Sculpture $20,000 

Pat Badt, Allentown, PA. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Donald Baechler, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $15,000 

Fred Baehr, Morgantown, WV. 1 989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Jo Baer, New York, NY. 1969 Artist $5,000 

Myrna Baez, Hato Ray, PR. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Joel Bagnal, Boston, MA. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Mo Bahc, Brooklyn, NY. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Cay Bahnmiller, Detroit, Ml. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Clayton Bailey, Port Costa, CA. 1 979 Crafts $1 0.000; 1 990 Crafts $20,000 

Oscar Bailey, Lutz, FL. 1977 Photo $7,500 

David Bailin, N. Little Rock, AR. 1989 Painting $3,000; 1988 Painting $5,000 

John Baird, East Orland, ME. 1 989 Works On Paper $1 5,000 

Brenda Baker, Madison, Wl. 1991 Sculpture $5,000; 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Jack Balas, Berthoud, CO 1995 Painting $20,000 

John Baldessari, Los Angeles, CA. 1974 Artist $7,500; 1982 Photo $25,000 

Douglas Baldwin, Baltimore, MD. 1976 Crafts $5,000; 1979 Crafts $10,000 

Mildred Baldwin, Washington, DC. 1987 Painting $5,000; 1989 Painting $5,000 

Becherman Balken, Alexandria, VA. 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Meila Balkus, Alexandria, VA. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Lillian Ball, New York. NY. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Michael Ballou, Brooklyn, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Michael Balog, New York. NY. 1976 Artist $2,000 

John Balsely, Milwaukee, Wl. 1973 Artist $7,500; 1980 Artist $10,000 

Lewis Baltz, Sausalito, CA. 1973 Photo $4,800; 1976 Photo $7,500 

Thomas Bamberger, Milwaukee. Wl. 1984 Photo $5,000 

Gary Bandy, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Thomas Bang, Rochester, NY. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Diane Banks, Syracuse, NY. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Ellen Banks, Boston, MA. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Walter Bannard, Princeton. NJ. 1969 Artist $5,000 

Yee Bao, New York, NY 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Sarah Bapst, Cambridge, MA 1991 Works On Paper $20,000 

Donald Barasch, Miami, FL 1982 Painting $5,000 

Ross Barbera, Commack, NY. 1 985 Painting $5,000 

Anthony Barboza, New York. NY 1980 Photo $10,000 

Gayle Bard, Bainbndge Island. WA. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Katherine Bard, San Francisco. CA. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Robert Baribeau, Bangall, NY 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Rande Barke, Syracuse, NY 1982 Painting $5,000 

Robert Barnard, Timberville. VA 1978 Crafts $7,500; 1990 Crafts $20,000 



Christopher Barnes, Chelsea, MA. 1988 Photo $5,000 

Curt Barnes, New York, NY. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Robert Barnes, Bloomington, IN. 1982 Painting $25,000 

Sanford Barnett, Santa Cruz, CA. 1 978 Crafts $7,500 

Jill Baroff, Brooklyn, NY. 1988 Works On Paper $3,000; 1993 Painting $20,000 

Burt Barr, New York, NY. 1985 New Genres $5,000; 1989 New Genres $5,000; 

1 993 New Genres $20,000 

Paula Barr, New York. NY. 1 974 Artist $3,000 

Ros Barron, Brookline, MA. 1 975 Video $4,000 

Susan Barron, Brooklyn, NY. 1993 Works On Paper $20,000 

Thomas Barrow, Albuquerque, NM. 1973 Photo $ 1,500; 1978 Photo $7,500 

Judith Barry, New York, NY. 1989 New Genres $5,000 

Robert Barry, Teaneck, NJ. 1976 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $10,000 

Steve Barry, Corrales, NM. 1986 Sculpture $5,000; 1988 Sculpture $5,000; 

1990 Sculpture $20,000 

Frances Barth, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000; 1982 Painting $25,000 

Jack Barth, New York, NY. 1 983 Painting $1 5,000 

Uta Barth, Venice, CA. 1990 Photo $5,000; 1994 Photo $20,000 

Barry Bartlett, New York, NY. 1982 Crafts $5,000; 1990 Crafts $5,000 

Jennifer Bartlett, New York, NY. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Joseph Bartscherer, Seattle, WA. 1984 Photo $5,000; 1988 Photo $5,000 

Dickens Bascom, San Anselmo, CA. 1977 Artist $3,000 

Joel Bass, New York, NY. 1 978 Artist $7,500; 1 987 Painting $1 5,000 

James Bassler, San Pedro, CA. 1977 Crafts $5,000; 1984 Crafts $15,000 

Gary Bates, Manhattan, MT. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Laura Battle, Tivoli, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Patti Bauer, Seattle, WA. 1 975 Crafts $5,000 

Don Baum, Chicago, IL. 1984 Sculpture $25,000 

James Baumann, San Diego, CA. 1 975 Artist $2,000 

Matt Baumgardner, New York, NY. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Douglas Baz, Annadale, NY. 1 980 Photo $3,000 

Dede Bazyk, Los Angeles, CA. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Jack Beal, New York, NY. 1 973 Artist $7,500 

Nina Beall, Houston. TX. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Bennett Bean, Blairstown, NJ. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Liza Bear, New York, NY. 1983 Video $15,000 

Donald Beason, Nocadoches, TX. 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Robert Beauchamp, New York, NY. 1 967 Artist $5,000; 1 985 Painting $1 5,000 

Betty Beaumont, New York, NY. 1973 Crafts $3,000; 1980 Artist $3,000; 

1985 New Genres $5,000 

Antonio Bechara, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Robert Bechtle, San Francisco, CA. 1 976 Artist $5,000; 1 982 Painting $25,000; 

1989 Painting $15,000 

Jerry Beck, Boston, MA. 1 988 Sculpture $5,000 

Joel Beck, New York, NY. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

Rosemarie Beck, New York, NY. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Theresa Beck, Tampa, FL 1 987 Painting $5,000 

David Becker, Mt. Horeb, Wl. 1 993 Works On Paper $20,000 

Fred Becker, Amherst, MA. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Richard Beckett, New York. NY. 1 979 Artist $3,000; 1 982 Painting $5,000; 1 983 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Bill Beckley, New York. NY. 1 978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $7,500 

Connie Beckley, New York. NY. 1 978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Erica Beckman, New York, NY. 1 980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Michael Becotte, Horsham, PA. 1975 Photo $5,000; 1981 Photo $12,500 

Bruce Beeken, Burlington, VT. 1 980 Crafts $1 0,000 

Malinda Beeman, Snowmass Village, CO. 1987 Painting $15,000; 

1 995 Works On Paper $20,000 

Richard Beenen, New York, NY 1 988 Photo $5,000 

Richard Beerhorst, Grand Rapids, Ml. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Gene Beery, Sutter Creek. CA. 1 983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $1 5,000 

David Behrman, New York, NY. 1 982 Video $5,000 

Bill Beirne, New York, NY. 1 980 Video $1 0,000 

Andrea Belag, New York, NY. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

Raymond Belcher, Redondo Beach, CA. 1 976 Photo $7,500 

Nancy Belfer, Buffalo, NY. 1981 Crafts $12,500 

Meg Belichick, Brooklyn, NY. 1 995 Works On Paper $20,000 

Deanne Belinoff, Los Angeles, CA. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Dozier Bell, Richmond. ME. 1987 Painting $5,000 



Larry Bell, Talpa, NM. 1 975 Artist $8,000 

Scott Bell, Oakland, CA. 1982 Painting $5,000; 1983 Painting $5,000 

Gerald Bellas, Wausau, Wl. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Leslie Bellavance, Milwaukee, Wl. 1 989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Angelo Bellfatto, Danbury, CT, 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Sinibaldo Belmonte, Detroit, Ml. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Scott Belville, Spartanburg, SO 1983 Painting $5,000 

Howard Ben Tre', Providence. Rl. 1980 Crafts $3,000; 1984 Crafts $15,000; 

1 990 Crafts $20,000 

Zigi Ben-Haim, New York, NY. 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Gretchen Bender, New York, NY. 1 985 New Genres $5,000 

Lynda Benglis, New York, NY. 1 979 Artist $1 0,000; 1 990 Sculpture $20,000 

William Bengston, Venice, CA. 1 967 Artist $5,000 

Carl Benjamin, Claremont, CA. 1983 Painting $15,000; 1989 Painting $15,000 

Ernst Benkert, Burlington, VT. 1 978 Artist $7,500; 1 985 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Garry Bennett, Alameda, CA. 1984 Crafts $15,000 

Jamie Bennett, New Paltz, NY. 1 974 Crafts $3,000; 1 979 Crafts $1 0,000; 

1988 Crafts $15,000 

Larry Bennett, New York, NY. 1982 Painting $5,000 

William Bennett, Manilus. NY. 1978 Artist $7,500 

Joseph Bennion, Spring City, UT. 1990 Crafts $5,000 

James Benson, Baltimore, MD. 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Curtis Benzie, Hilton Head, SC. 1980 Crafts $3,000 

Thomas Berding, Bloomington, IN. 1990 Painting $5,000; 1993 Painting $20,000 

Paulus Berensohn, Uniondale, PA. 1973 Crafts $3,000 

Michael Beresford, Barrington, Rl. 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Peter Berg, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $3,000; 1 983 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Eileen Berger, New York, NY. 1 980 Photo $3,000; 1 982 Photo $5,000 

Paul Berger, Seattle, WA. 1979 Photo $10,000; 1986 Photo $15,000 

Richard Berger, Oakland, CA. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Benjamin Bergery, Cambridge, MA. 1980 Video $3,000 

Allen Berke, Ferndale, Ml. 1982 Painting $5,000 

Pamela Berkeley, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Ellen Berkenblit, New York, NY. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Leon Berkowitz, Washington, DC. 1971 Artist $7,500 

Michael Berkowitz, E. Rockaway. NY. 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Steven Berkowitz, Philadelphia, PA. 1 980 Photo $3,000 

Terry Berkowitz, River Edge, NJ. 1975 Video $4,000 

Robert Berlind, New York. NY. 1 993 Painting $20,000 

Judith Berman, Somerville, MA. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Phyllis Berman, Brookline, MA. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Wallace Berman, Topanga, CA. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Zeke Berman, New York, NY. 1 988 Photo $1 5,000 

Debra Bermingham, Romulus, NY. 1985 Painting $5,000; 1987 Painting $5,000 

Luis Bermudez, Los Angeles, CA. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Louis Bernal, Tucson, AZ. 1 980 Photo $1 0,000 

Rosemarie Bernardi, Huntsville, AL. 1980 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Jerry Berndt, Cambridge, MA. 1987 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Judith Bernstein, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $7,500; 1985 Pnntmaking/Drawing/ 

Artists' Books $15,000 

Larry Bernstein, Carbondale, IL. 1985 Painting $15,000 

William Bernstein, Burnsville, NC. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

Mary Bero, Madison. Wl. 1986 Crafts $15,000; 1992 Crafts $20,000 

Jake Berthot, New York, NY. 1 976 Artist $2,000; 1 983 Painting $25,000 

Alan Bertoldi, Fresno, CA. 1973 Artist $7,500 

Diane Bertolo, Brooklyn, NY. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Christina Bertoni, Pascoag, Rl. 1979 Crafts $10,000; 1986 Crafts $15,000 

Betsey Bess, Philadelphia, PA. 1 973 Crafts $3,000 

James Bettison, Houston, TX. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Gary Beydler, Los Angeles, CA. 1975 Artist $8,000 

Steven Beyer, Elkins Park, PA. 1981 Sculpture $4,000; 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Thomas Bezanson, Westwood, MA. 1982 Crafts $5,000 

Anna Bialobroda, New York. NY. 1 975 Artist $4,000 

Michael Bidlo, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Charles Biederman, Redwing. MN. 1967 Artist $5,000 

James Biederman, New York, NY. 1979 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $10,000: 

1982 Sculpture $25,000 



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Natalie Bieser, Venice, CA. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Kathryn Bigelow, New York, NY. 1976 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $2,000 

Janet Biggs, New York, NY. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Cathey Billian, Peekskill, NY. 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Linda Bills, Baltimore, MD. 1988 Crafts $5,000; 1990 Crafts $5,000; 1992 Crafts $20,000 

Thomas Bills, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Bob Bingham, Pittsburgh, PA. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

McArthur Binion, New York, NY. 1 976 Artist $2,000 

Willie Birch, Brooklyn, NY. 1 984 Sculpture $5,000; 1 989 Works On Paper $1 5,000 

George Bireline, Raleigh, NC. 1968 Artist $5,000 

Robert Birmelin, Leonia, NJ. 1976 Artist $2,000; 1982 Painting $25,000; 

1989 Painting $15,000 

Dara Birnbaum, New York, NY. 1991 New Genres $20,000 

James Bishop, New York, NY. 1 976 Artist $5,000 

Michael Bishop, Rochester, NY. 1975 Photo $5,000; 1978 Photo $7,500 

Helen Bitar, Portland, OR. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

David Black, Columbus, OH. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Ed Blackburn, Ft. Worth, TX. 1 977 Artist $7,500; 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 

Edmund Blackburn, Walnut Creek, CA. 1979 Crafts $10,000 

Linda Blackburn, Ft. Worth, TX. 1989 Painting $15,000 

Benjamin Blackwell, Oakland, CA. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Ronald Bladen, New York, NY. 1 967 Artist $5,000; 1 978 Artist $1 0,000; 

1986 Sculpture $25,000 

Nell Blaine, New York, NY. 1975 Artist $8,000 

Nicholas Blair, New York, NY. 1 984 Photo $5,000 

John Blake, East Greenwich, Rl. 1976 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $2,000 

George Blakely, Tallahassee, FL 1 981 Photo $1 2,500; 1 988 Photo $1 5,000 

Nancy Blanchard, Berkeley, CA. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Marc Blane, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Jeffrey Blankfort, Studio City, CA. 1971 Photo $750 

Ross Bleckner, New York, NY. 1 975 Artist $4,000 

Dianne Blell, New York, NY. 1980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Weltzin Blix, Eugene, OR. 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Ricardo Bloch, St. Paul, MN. 1 982 Photo $5,000; 1 993 Works On Paper $20,000 

Gay Block, Houston, TX. 1 978 Photo $7,500 

Richard Bloes, Ridgewood, NY. 1 987 New Genres $5,000 

Sonja Blomdahl, Seattle, WA. 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Barbara Bloom, New York, NY. 1 988 Photo $5,000 

John Bloom, Albuquerque, NM. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Miriam Bloom, New York, NY. 1993 Crafts $5,000; 1978 Artist $7,500; 

1994 Crafts $20,000 

Suzanne Bloom, Houston, TX. 1976 Video $2,000; 1979 Photo $3,000 

Lisa Bloomfield, Los Angeles, CA. 1986 Photo $5,000 

Nicholas Blosser, Johnson City, TN. 1987 Painting $5,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Patt Blue, New York, NY. 1 988 Photo $1 5,000 

Andrea Blum, Chicago, IL. 1976 Artist $2,000; 1978 Artist $7,500 

Skip Blumberg, Linesville, NY. 1 977 Video $7,500; 1 980 Video $3,000 

Lyn Blumenthal, New York, NY. 1 978 Artist $3,000; 1 985 New Genres $1 5,000 

Michael Board, Brooklyn, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Gina Bobrowski, Corrales, NM. 1988 Crafts $5,000; 1994 Crafts $20,000 

Suzanne Bocanegra, New York, NY. 1991 Sculpture $5,000; 

1 993 Works On Paper $20,000 

Mel Bochner, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $7,500; 1 983 Painting $1 5,000 

Peer Bode, Owego, NY. 1 982 Video $5,000 

Peter Bodnar, Urbana, IL. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Caryl Boeder, East Glacier Park, MT. 1980 Crafts $3,000 

Eric Bogosian, New York, NY. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000; 

1 985 New Genres $1 5,000 

James Bohary, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Blythe Bohnen, New York, NY. 1978 Printmakmg/Drawing/Artists' Books $7,500 

Leslie Bohnenkamp, New York, NY. 1 973 Crafts $3,000; 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Thomas Bohnert, Flint, Ml. 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Bruce Boice, New York, NY. 1 976 Artist $5,000; 1 980 Artist $1 0,000 

William Bollinger, New York, NY. 1969 Artist $5,000 

Randy Bolton, Landenberg, PA. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Richard Bolton, Somerville, MA. 1989 New Genres $5,000; 1991 New Genres $20,000 

Brian Bomeisler, New York, NY. 1985 Pnntmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Albert Bonar, Austin, TX. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1989 Painting $5,000 

Stephen Bondi, San Anselmo, CA. 1980 Crafts $3,000 



Jonathan G. Bonner, Providence, Rl. 1974 Crafts $3,000; 1988 Crafts $1 5,000 

Power Boothe, New York, NY. 1 975 Artist $4,000 

Antoine Bootz, Brooklyn, NY. 1986 Photo $5,000 

Nina Borgia-Aberle, Johnstown, OH. 1988 Crafts $5,000; 1990 Crafts $5,000 

Jonathan Borofsky, Santa Monica, CA. 1 978 Artist $7,500 

Elena Borstein, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Derek Boshier, Houston, TX. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Jack Bosson, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $1 0,000 

Lynn Bostick, Berkeley, CA. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Mark Boulding, Boulder, CO. 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Robert Bourdon, Houston, TX. 1979 Crafts $10,000; 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Dana Boussard, Arlee, MT. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Thomas Boutis, New York, NY. 1 976 Artist $5,000 

Gaza Bowen, Santa Cruz, CA. 1 994 Crafts $20,000 

Nancy Bowen, Brooklyn, NY. 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Gary Bower, Charlettesville, NY. 1982 Painting $25,000 

Vivian Bower l New York, NY. 1 983 Pnntmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Harry Bowers, Berkeley, CA. 1978 Photo $7,500; 1980 Photo $10,000 

Larry Bowers, Masontown, PA. 1 982 Crafts $5,000 

Edward Bowes, New York, NY. 1985 New Genres $15,000 

Katherine Bowling, New York, NY. 1988 Crafts $3,000 

Jozef Bowser, Long Beach, CA. 1981 Crafts $4,000 

Stanley Boxer, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $15,000 

Christopher Boyce, Chicago, IL. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Mable Boyd, Compton, MA. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Harold Boyde, Hudson, IL. 1978 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $7,500 

Frank Boyden, Otis, OR. 1981 Crafts $12,500 

Alice Boyle, McClellanville, SC. 1984 Photo $5,000 

Keith Boyle, Palo Alto, CA. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Kevin Boyle, Los Angeles, CA. 1 980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Peter Boyle, Port Chester, NY. 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $4,000 

Ante Bozanich, Los Angeles, CA. 1979 Video $3,000 

Eli Bozickovich, Chicago, IL. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Julie Bozzi, Fort Worth, TX. 1 989 Works On Paper $1 5,000 

Hilary Brace, Santa Barbara. CA. 1993 Works On Paper $20,000 

Katherine Bradshaw, New York, NY. 1 975 Crafts $5,000 

Robert Brady, Berkeley, CA. 1981 Crafts $12,500; 1988 Crafts $15,000 

Michael Brakke, Knoxville, TN. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Frank Bramblett, Philadelphia, PA. 1978 Artist $7,500 

Phyllis Bramson, Glenview, IL. 1976 Crafts $5,000; 1983 Painting $15,000; 

1 993 Works On Paper $20,000 

Fred Brandes, New York, NY. 1982 Painting $5,000 

Alice Brandon, Philadelphia, PA. 1981 Crafts $4,000 

Wayne Branum, Stillwater, MN. 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Christopher Bratton, New York, NY, 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Marna Brauner, Shorewood, Wl. 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Terry Braunstein, Washington, DC. 1985 Pnntmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Troy Brauntuch, Jersey City, NJ. 1 979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1 983 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $1 5.000; 1 989 Works On Paper $1 5.000 

Olga Bravo, Baltimore, MD. 1984 Crafts $5,000 

Diane Brawarsky, Rochester, NY. 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Thomas Breeden, Breckenndge, CO. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Elaine Breiger, New York, NY. 1974 Pnntmaking/ Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Cornelia Breitenbach, Los Angeles, CA. 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Vernon Brejcha, Lawrence. KS. 1984 Crafts $15,000 

Nancy Brett, New York. NY. 1991 Works On Paper $20,000 

Jane Brettschneider, New York, NY. 1 980 Video $3,000 

Harvey Breverman, Buffalo, NY. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000; 1980 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Andrea Brewster, Oakland. CA. 1 993 Works On Paper $20,000 

Michael Brewster, Venice, CA. 1976 Artist $2,000; 1978 Artist $7500; 1984 Sculpture 

$15,000; 1990 Sculpture $20,000 

Farrell Brickhouse, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1983 Painting $15,000 

Marilyn Bridges, Warwick. NY 1984 Photo $15,000 

Stephen Brigidi, Providence. Rl. 1979 Photo $3,000 

Glenn Brill, Oakland. CA. 1982 Crafts $5,000; 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Rolando Briseno, Brooklyn, NY 1985 Painting $5,000 

Maria Brito, Miami. FL. 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Harry Brock, Chariestown. MA. 1982 Painting $5,000. 1983 Painting $5,000 



Mitchell Brock, Brooklyn, NY. 1 989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Timothy Broderick, Del Mar, CA. 1 980 Video $3,000 

Gandy Brodie, Wenatchi, WA. 1969 Artist $5,000 

Eugene Brodsky, New York, NY. 1976 Artist $2,000; 1983 Painting $15,000 

Mary Brogger, Chicago, IL. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Karin Broker, Houston, TX. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000; 1987 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Faith Bromberg, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Corinne Bronfman, New York, NY. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Anne Brooke, Putney, VT. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Drex Brooks, Ogden, UT. 1988 Photo $5,000; 1992 Photo $20,000 

Ellen Brooks, New York, NY. 1 976 Photo $7,500; 1 980 Photo $1 0,000; 

1990 Photo $20,000 

James Brooks, New York, NY. 1973 Artist $7,500 

Linda Brooks, Minneapolis, MN. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Carol Brown, New York, NY. 1 993 Painting $20,000 

Carol Brown, Miami Beach, FL 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Charlotte Brown, Woodbury, NY. 1 977 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Christopher Brown, Oakland, CA. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Joan Brown, San Francisco, CA. 1976 Artist $2,000; 1980 Artist $10,000 

Gillian Brown, Takoma Park, MD. 1990 Photo $20,000 

Kathan Brown, Berkeley, CA. 1977 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Larry Brown, New York, NY. 1 979 Artist $1 0,000 

Laurie Brown, Corona del Mar, CA. 1979 Photo $3,000 

Pam Brown, Babylon, NY. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Paul Brown, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $3,000; 1 983 Painting $1 5,000 

Peter Brown, Houston, TX. 1990 Photo $20,000 

Polly Brown, Marblehead, MA. 1988 Photo $5,000 

Robert Brown, San Francisco, CA. 1975 Photo $5,000 

Tom Browne, Richmond, CA. 1 973 Crafts $3,000 

Sandra Brownlee-Ramsdale, Philadelphia, PA. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

James Brozek, Milwaukee, Wl. 1988 Photo $5,000 

Harold J. Bruder, New York, NY. 1985 Painting $15,000 

John Brumfield, Frazier Park, CA. 1980 Photo $10,000 

Helen Brunner, Washington, DC. 1984 Photo $5,000 

Gloria D. Brush, Duluth, MN. 1993 Photo $5,000; 1982 Photo $5,000 

Leif Brush, Duluth, MN. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $15,000 

Lori Bryan, Valley Center, CA. 1 982 Painting $5,000 

Sukey Bryan, Baltimore, MD. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Laura Bryant, St. Petersberg, FL. 1 990 Crafts $5,000 

Kevin Bubriski, Bennington, VT. 1 988 Photo $5,000 

Virginia Buchan, New York, NY. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Beverly Buchanan, Athens, GA. 1 980 Artist $3,000; 1 994 Sculpture $20,000 

Jerry Buchanan, New York, NY. 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 

Nancy Buchanan, Los Angeles, CA. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 

1 980 Video $3,000; 1 983 Video $1 5,000; 1 989 New Genres $1 5,000 
Sydney Buchanan, Omaha, NE. 1 974 Artist $3,000 

Bill/Mary Buchen, New York, NY. 1985 New Genres $15,000 

James Buchman, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Howard Buchwald, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $1 0,000; 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 

John Buck, Bozeman, MT. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Jan Buckman, Hager City, Wl. 1994 Crafts $20,000 

Malcolm R Bucknall, Austin, TX. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Barbara Buckner, New York, NY. 1978 Video $3,000; 1980 Video $3,000; 

1981 Video $12,500 

David Budd, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $7,500 

Dan Budnick, New York, NY. 1 973 Photo $3,500 

John Buhler, Oxford, OH. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Ken Buhler, New York, NY. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

Robert Buitron, Tempe, AZ. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Richard Bunkali, Pasadena, CA. 1981 Painting $4,000; 1985 Painting $5,000 

John Bunkley, Jamestown, Rl. 1980 Artist $3,000 

David Bunn, Los Angeles, CA. 1 988 Photo $5,000 ; 1 989 New Genres $5,000 

Carol Burch-Brown, Blacksburg, VA. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Jerry Burchard, San Francisco, CA. 1976 Photo $7,500; 1979 Photo $10,000 

Jerry Burchfield, Laguna Beach, CA. 1 981 Photo $1 2,500 

Monika Burczyk, Brooklyn, NY. 1 989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Chris Burden, Los Angeles. CA. 1974 Artist $7,500; 1976 Conceptual/Performance/New 

Genres $5,000; 1 980 Video $1 0,000; 1 983 Conceptual/ Performance/ New Genres $1 5,000 



James Burgess, Ithaca, NY. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Lowry Burgess, Cambridge, MA. 1977 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $7,500 

Donald Burgy, Milton, MA. 1977 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $7,500 

Bill Burke, Dorchester, MA. 1 976 Photo $7,500; 1 982 Photo $25,000; 1 988 Photo $1 5,000; 

1 994 Photo $20,000 

Diane Burko, Philadelphia, PA. 1985 Painting $15,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Kimberly Burleigh, Athens, OH. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Paul Burlin, New York, NY. 1969 Artist $5,000 

Ian Burn, New York, NY. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Grace Burney, Brooklyn, NY. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Gary Burnley, Staten Island, NY. 1 984 Sculpture $1 5,000 

James Burns, Seattle, WA. 1979 Photo $3,000 

Mark Burns, Philadelphia, PA. 1976 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $15,000 

Marsha Burns, Seattle, WA. 1979 Photo $3,000; 1988 Photo $15,000 

Michael Burns, Seattle, WA. 1 980 Photo $3,000 

Nancy Burson, New York, NY. 1990 Photo $20,000 

Scott Burton, New York, NY. 1 975 Artist $8,000; 1 986 Sculpture $1 5.000 

Robert Bush, Stanford, CA. 1 974 Artist $1 ,000 

Alfredo Bustinza, Brownsville, TX. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Ana Busto, Brooklyn, NY. 1 990 Photo $5,000 

Jose Bustos, San Francisco. CA. 1981 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $4,000 

Frances Butler, Berkeley, CA. 1973 Crafts $3,000; 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/ 

Artists' Books $1 2,500 

Jack Butler, Pasadena, CA. 1981 Photo $1 2,500 

James Butler, Bloomington, IL. 1979 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $10,000; 1985 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Kenneth Butler, Portland, OR. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 

Harlan Butt, Denton, TX. 1 979 Crafts $1 0,000 

Thomas Butter, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $3,000; 1 982 Sculpture $5,000; 

1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Deborah Butterfield, San Diego, CA. 1977 Artist $3,000; 1980 Artist $10,000 

Harvey Butts, Brooklyn, NY. 1986 Photo $5,000 

Carole Byard, New York. NY. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000; 

1994 Sculpture $20,000 

James Lee Byars, Los Angeles, CA. 1 981 Conceptual/ Performance/ New Genres $1 2,500 

Jerry Byrd, Venice, CA. 1 975 Artist $4,000 

James Byrne, Minneapolis, MN. 1 976 Video $2,000; 1 979 Video $3,000; 

1982 Video $25,000 

Michael Byron, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 



Diana Cabouli, Forest Hills, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Yverte Cabrera-Vega, New York, NY. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Jean Cacicedo, Centennial, WY. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Steve Cagan, Cleveland Heights, OH. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Charlotte Cain, Fairfield, IA. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Nancy Cain, Lanesville, NY. 1977 Video $7,500 

Michael Cajero, Tucson, AZ. 1 993 New Genres $20,000 

Charles Cajori, Watertown, CT 1981 Painting $12,500 

Marion Cajori, New York, NY. 1976 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 

Richard Calabro, Wakefield, Rl. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Gloria Calamar, Summerland, CA. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Loren Calaway, New York, NY. 1 982 Sculpture $5,000 

Larry Calcagno, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $15,000 

Eduardo Calderon, Kirkland, WA. 1992 Photo $20,000 

John Caldwell, Long Beach, CA. 1 979 Video $3,000; 1 985 New Genres $5,000 

Harry Callahan, Providence, Rl. 1976 Photo $7,500 

Andrea Callard, New York, NY. 1977 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Jo Ann Callis, Culver City, CA. 1 980 Photo $1 0,000; 1 984 Photo $1 5,000; 

1990 Photo $20,000 

Jane Calvin, Chicago, IL. 1984 Photo $5,000 

Robert Calvo, Portland, OR. 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Donald Camp, Philadelphia, PA. 1995 Works On Paper $20,000 

Graham Campbell, New York, NY. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Patricia Campbell, Chalfont, PA. 1979 Crafts $10,000 

Wayne Campbell, San Francisco, CA. 1 973 Artist $7,500 

Remo Campopiano, New York, NY. 1 990 Sculpture $5,000 

Peter Campus, New York, NY. 1976 Video $10,000 

Kevin Cannon, New York, NY. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 



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Canole, Rochester, NY. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Sarah Canright, New York, NY. 1 975 Artist $4,000; 1 978 Artist $7,500; 
1985 Painting $15,000 

Paul Caponigro, ME. 1971 Photo $4,000; 1975 Photo $5,000; 1982 Photo $25,000 
Suzanne Caporael, Los Angeles, CA. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Kenneth Capps, Carlsbad, CA. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000; 1986 
Sculpture $15,000 

Greg Card, Venice, CA. 1975 Artist $4,000 
Ellen Carey, New York, NY. 1 984 Photo $5,000 

Cynthia Carlson, New York, NY. 1975 Artist $4,000; 1978 Artist $7,500; 1987 
Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 
Deborah Carlson, Cleveland, OH. 1986 Crafts $5,000 
Lance Carlson, Los Angeles, CA. 1 982 Photo $5,000; 1 988 Photo $5,000 
Mary Carlson, New York, NY. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 
Robert Carlson, Bainbridge Island, WA. 1990 Crafts $5,000 
William Carlson, Champaign, IL. 1981 Crafts $12,500 
Nancy Carman, San Francisco, CA. 1979 Crafts $10,000 
Jack Carnell, Jenkintown, PA. 1 980 Photo $3,000 

Squeak Carnwath, Oakland, CA. 1 980 Artist $3,000; 1 985 Painting $1 5,000 
Carole Caroompas, Los Angeles, CA. 1987 Painting $15,000; 1993 Painting $20,000 
Art Carpenter, Bolinas, CA. 1 976 Crafts $5,000 
Dennis Carpenter, Lexington, KY. 1982 Photo $5,000 
Edward Carpenter, Portland, OR. 1984 Crafts $15,000 
James Carpenter, New York, NY. 1978 Crafts $7,500; 1988 Crafts $15,000 
Miles Carpenter, Waverly, VA. 1 982 Sculpture $5,000 
Simon Carr, New York, NY. 1985 Painting $5,000 
Eduardo Carrillo, Santa Cruz, CA. 1 978 Artist $7,500 
Graciela Carrillo, San Gabriel, CA. 1979 Artist $10,000 
David Carrino, New York, NY. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Candice Carson, Berkeley, CA. 1982 Sculpture $5,000; 1986 Sculpture $5,000 
Jo Ann Carson, Chicago, IL. 1 982 Painting $5,000 
Karen Carson, Venice, CA. 1985 Painting $15,000 
Rodney Carswell, Oak Park, I L. 1991 Painting $20,000 
Carol A. Carter, University Park, PA. 1 988 Crafts $5,000 
Jack Carter, New York, NY. 1 990 Sculpture $5,000 

Nanette Carter, New York, NY. 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $4,000 
Roy Cartwright, Cincinnati, OH. 1990 Crafts $20,000 
Josely Carvalho, New York, NY. 1 995 New Genres $20,000 
Craig Carver, Detroit, Ml. 1982 Painting $5,000 

James Casebere, New York, NY. 1982 Photo $5,000; 1986 Photo $5,000; 
1990 Photo $20,000 

Sydney Cash, Marlboro, NY. 1 984 Crafts $1 5,000 
Bill Cass, Chicago, IL. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Wendell Castle, Scottsville, NY. 1973 Crafts $3,000; 1988 Crafts $25,000 
Rosemarie Castoro, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000; 1984 Sculpture $15,000 
James Caswell, Santa Monica, CA. 1 982 Crafts $5,000 
David Caton, Houston, TX. 1985 Painting $5,000; 1987 Painting $5,000 
Patrick Cauley, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $4,000 
Gary Cawood, Ruston, LA. 1982 Photo $5,000 

John Cederquist, Capistrano Beach, CA. 1975 Crafts $5,000; 1986 Crafts $15,000 
Donald Celender, St. Paul, MN. 1975 Artist $2,000 
Vija Celmins, Venice, CA. 1971 Artist $7,500, 1976 Artist $5,000 
Paloma Cernuda, New York, NY. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 
Susan Cervantes, San Francisco, CA. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Barbara Cesery, Jacksonville, FL. 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $4,000 
Theresa Cha, San Francisco, CA. 1979 Video $3,000 
Aurore Chabot, Wilton, NH. 1 982 Crafts $5,000 
Enrique Chagoya, Oakland, CA. 1 993 Works On Paper $20,000; 
1992 Works On Paper $5,000 

Ann Chamberlain, San Francisco, CA. 1994 Photo $20,000 
John Chamberlain, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $7500 
Scott Chamberlin, Denver, CO. 1986 Crafts $5,000; 1990 Crafts $20,000 
Park Chambers, Chicago, IL. 1 976 Crafts $5,000 
Judy Chan, Long Beach. CA. 1 995 Works On Paper $20,000 
Phillip Chan, Rootstown, OH. 1979 Artist $10,000 
Bruce Chandler, Boston, MA. 1989 Works On Paper $15,000 
Dana Chandler, Boston, MA. 1974 Artist $7500 

Bruce Chao, Rehoboth, MA. 1976 Artist $2,000; 1981 Sculpture $12,500; 
1990 Sculpture $20,000 



Karen Chapnick, Greatneck, NY. 1979 Crafts $10,000 

Walter Chapped, El Rito, NM. 1977 Photo $7,500; 1980 Photo $10,000; 

1984 Photo $15,000 

William Charland, Berkeley, CA. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Peter Charles, Washington, DC. 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Bruce Charlesworth, Minneapolis, MN. 1984 Photo $15,000 

Sarah Charlesworth, New York, NY. 1976 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000; 

1980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New 

Genres $15,000 

Jean Chariot, Honolulu, HI. 1968 Artist $5,000 

Benjamin Chase, Los Angeles, CA. 1 983 Video $5,000 

Louisa Chase, New York, NY. 1978 Artist $7,500; 1982 Painting $25,000; 

1989 Painting $15,000 

Cedric Chatterley, Durham, NC. 1988 Photo $5,000 

Humberto Chavez, New York, NY. 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Shu Lea Cheang, New York, NY. 1993 New Genres $20,000 

Philip Chen, Chicago, IL. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Carl Cheng, Santa Monica, CA. 1982 Sculpture $5,000; 1986 Sculpture $25,000 

Emily Cheng, New York, NY. 1982 Painting $5,000 

Myrel Chernick, New York, NY. 1 989 New Genres $5,000 

Carl Chew, Seattle, WA. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Carl Chiarenza, Rochester, NY. 1977 Photo $7,500; 1990 Photo $20,000 

Judy Chicago, Santa Monica, CA. 1976 Artist $5,000 

Dale Chihuly, Providence, Rl. 1 975 Crafts $5,000; 1 979 Crafts $1 0,000 

William Childress, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1983 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Thomas Chimes, Philadelphia, PA. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Mel Chin, New York, NY. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Joseph Chirchirillo, Jersey City, NJ. 1984 Sculpture $5,0'^r 

Richard Chiriani, Middleburg, NY. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Jim Chiros, Cambridge, MA. 1 989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Younghee Choi, New York, NY. 1982 Painting $5,000 

Albert Chong, Boulder, CO. 1991 Photo $5,000; 1992 Photo $20,000 

Ping Chong, New York, NY. 1 980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1 983 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $25,000; 1 989 New Genres $1 5.000 

Chunghi Choo, Iowa City, IA. 1981 Crafts $12,500 

William Christenberry, Washington, DC. 1976 Photo $7,500 

Dan Christensen, New York, NY. 1 969 Artist $5,000 

Don Christensen, New York, NY. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Wes Christensen, Los Angeles, CA. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Linda Christianson, Lindstrom, MN. 1992 Crafts $20,000 

Yoshiko'Chuma, New York, NY. 1982 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 

Y. David Chung, Washington, DC. 1993 New Genres $20,000 

Nancy Chunn, New York, NY. 1985 Painting $15,000; 1995 Painting $20,000 

Sharon Church, Greenville. DE. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

S. E. Ciriclio, Oakland, CA. 1979 Photo $10,000 

George Cisneros, San Antonio, TX. 1981 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $4,000 

Bruno Civitico, Portsmouth, NH. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Corwin Clairmont, Los Angeles, CA. 1978 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Patrick Clancy, Kansas City, MO. 1994 Photo $20,000 

Thomas Clancy, New York. NY. 1974 Artist $7,500 

Jerry Clapsaddle, Riverdale. MD. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Edward Clark, New York, NY. 1973 Artist $7,500; 1 982 Painting $25,000 

James Clark, Brooklyn, NY. 1982 Sculpture $5,000; 

1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Jon Clark, Elkins Park, PA. 1981 Crafts $12,500; 1986 Crafts $15,000 

Kathryn Clark, West Lafayette, IN. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

Kathryn Clark, New York. NY. 1992 Photo $20,000 

Larry Clark, New York, NY 1973 Photo $5,000 

Robert Clark, Chicago, IL 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Marian Clayden, Los Gatos. CA. 1 973 Crafts $3,000 

Richard Cleaver, Baltimore. MD. 1994 Crafts $20,000 

Alain Clement, Houston, TX. 1988 Photo $5,000 

Morgan Clifford, St. Paul. MN. 1991 Crafts $5,000. 1992 Crafts $20,000 

William Clift, Santa Fe, NM 1973 Photo $4,000; 1980 Photo $10,000 

John Cloonan, Atlanta, GA 1974 Artist $3,000 

Chuck Close, New York. NY 1 973 Artist $7,500 

Charles Clough, New York. NY. 1982 Painting $25,000; 1989 Painting $15,000 

Eleanor Clough, Chicago. IL. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 



James Clover, Atlanta, GA. 1974 Artist $7,500 

Brenda Coates, Zirconia, NC. 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Marvin Coats, Winston-Salem, NC. 1 982 Sculpture $25,000 

James Cobb, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000; 1989 Painting $5,000 

Malcolm Cochran, Bradford, NH. 1982 Sculpture $25,000 

Sue Coe, New York, NY. 1 989 Works On Paper $1 5,000 

Susanna Coffey, Chicago, IL 1993 Painting $20,000 

Arthur M. Cohen, New York, NY. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Cora Cohen, New York, NY. 1 987 Painting $1 5,000 

George Cohen, Evanston, IL. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Helen Cohen, Groveland, CA. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Mardi-jo Cohen, Philadelphia, PA. 1 988 Crafts $5,000 

Mark Cohen, Wilkes-Barre, PA. 1 975 Photo $5,000 

Maxi Cohen, New York, NY. 1 977 Video $7,500; 1 980 Video $3,000; 1 983 Video $1 5,000 

Michael Cohen, Amherst, MA. 1 974 Crafts $3,000 

Ronald Cohen, Iowa City, IA. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1984 Sculpture $15,000; 

1993 Painting $20,000 

Michael Cohn, Emeryville, CA. 1 977 Crafts $5,000; 1 984 Crafts $1 5,000 

Anthony Cokes, New York, NY. 1991 New Genres $20,000 

Corrine Colarusso, Atlanta, GA. 1982 Painting $5,000 

Jon Colburn, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Jeff Colby, Chicago, IL. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Donald Cole, Sierra Madre, CA. 1 978 Artist $7,500 

Max Cole, New York, NY. 1 983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $1 5,000 

Brian Coleman, Watsonville, CA. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Judy Coleman, Marina Del Rey, CA. 1 984 Photo $5,000; 1 988 Photo $1 5,000 

Thelma Coles, Austin, TX. 1981 Crafts $4,000; 1984 Crafts $5,000; 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Robert Colescott, Oakland, CA. 1976 Artist $5,000; 1980 Artist $10,000; 

1983 Painting $15,000 

Warrington Colescott, Hollandale, Wl. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000; 
1979 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $10,000; 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books 
$25,000; 1993 Works On Paper $20,000 
Colette, New York, NY. 1977 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 

1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Lois Colette, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

James Collins, New York, NY. 1977 Conceptual/ Performance/ New Genres $7,500 

Jess Collins, San Francisco, CA. 1973 Artist $7,500 

Kathy Collins, Rochester, NY. 1979 Photo $10,000 

Stephen Collins, San Francisco, CA. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Papo Colo, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $4,000; 1983 Painting $15,000 

William Colon, New York, NY. 1978 Artist $7,500 

Clair Colquitt, Seattle, WA. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Patricia Colville, Austin, TX. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Ben Compton, New York, NY. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Robbie Conal, Venice, CA. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Howard Conant, Tucson, AZ. 1 985 Painting $1 5,000 

Cecelia Condit, Milwaukee, Wl. 1985 New Genres $5,000; 1989 New Genres $15,000; 

1 995 New Genres $20,000 

Joseph Coninck, New York, NY. 1982 Painting $5,000; 1987 Painting $5,000 

Brian Conley, Brooklyn, NY. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Stone Conley, Newton, MA. 1980 Artist $3,000 

William Conlon, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $15,000 

David Conn, Fort Worth, TX. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Danny Connally, Sacramento, CA. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Julie Connell, San Francisco, CA. 1984 Crafts $15,000 

Michael Connelly, Normal, IL. 1985 Painting $5,000 

L. Conner, New York. NY. 1 980 Photo $3,000 

Gregory Conniff, Madison, Wl. 1981 Photo $12,500; 1992 Photo $20,000 

Bruce Conner, San Francisco, CA. 1 973 Artist $7,500 

Linda Connor, San Anselmo, CA. 1976 Photo $7,500; 1988 Photo $15,000 

Maureen Connor, New York, NY. 1 995 New Genres $20,000 

Tony Conrad, Buffalo, NY. 1 982 Video $25,000 

Pierluigi Consagra, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Thomas Consilvio, Boston, MA. 1 977 Photo $7,500 

Marika Contompasis, Piedmont, CA. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Houston Conwill, New York, NY. 1982 Sculpture $25,000; 1988 Sculpture $15,000 

Jay Coogan, New York. NY. 1 982 Sculpture $25,000 

Gordon Cook, San Francisco. CA 1 981 Painting $1 2,500 

Lia Cook, Berkeley, CA. 1974 Crafts $3,000; 1977 Crafts $5,000; 1986 Crafts $15,000; 



1 992 Crafts $20,000 

Michael Cook, Kensington, CA. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Shelley Cook, San Francisco, CA. 1 993 New Genres $20,000 

Judy Cooke, Portland, OR. 1989 Painting $15,000 

Robert Cooke, Chatham', NJ. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Michael Cooper, Santa Clara, CA. 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Ron Cooper, Venice, CA. 1971 Artist $7,500; 1980 Photo $10,000 

Thomas Cooper, Areata, CA. 1 978 Photo $7,500 

John Coplans, New York, NY. 1 986 Photo $5,000; 1 992 Photo $20,000 

Lisa Corinne Davis, New York, NY. 1 995 Works On Paper $20,000 

Philip Cornelius, Pasadena, CA. 1980 Crafts $10,000; 1984 Crafts $15,000 

Michael Corris, New York, NY. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Mary Corse, Los Angeles, CA. 1973 Artist $7,500 

Steven Cortright, Santa Barbara, CA. 1980 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $10,000; 

1987 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Sam Costa, Los Angeles, CA. 1981 Sculpture $4,000; 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Chris Costan, New York, NY. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Tony Costanzo, Oakland, CA. 1 978 Crafts $7,500 

Alan Cote, Kingston, NY. 1989 Painting $15,000 

Robert Cottingham, Brooklyn, NY. 1 974 Artist $7500 

Paul Cotton, Oakland, CA. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $7,500; 1984 

Sculpture $15,000 

Jane Couch, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $1 0,000 

Catherine Courtenaye, Emeryville, CA. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Patricia Courtney, Atlanta, GA. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Molly Cowgill, Richmond, VA. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Eileen Cowin, Culver City, CA. 1979 Photo $10,000; 1982 Photo $25,000; 

1990 Photo $20,000 

David Cox, Ogden, UT. 1 975 Crafts $5,000 

Kris Cox, Laguna Beach, CA. 1 980 Crafts $3,000 

Petah Coyne, New York, NY. 1 990 Sculpture $20,000 

John Craig, Pensacola, FL 1976 Photo $7,500 

John Craig, Chester, NJ. 1 976 Photo $7,500 

Joyce Crain, New York, NY. 1982 Crafts $5,000 

Rollin Crampton, Woodstock, NY. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Barbara Crane, Chicago, IL. 1975 Photo $5,000; 1988 Photo $15,000 

Dena Crane, Windham, NY. 1980 Video $10,000 

Richard Craven, Winston-Salem, NC. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Garie Crawford, Cleveland Heights, OH. 1982 Photo $5,000 

James Crawford, Claremont, CA. 1 979 Photo $3,000 

Mark Crawford, New York, NY. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Thorn Crawford, Long Island City, NY. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Gregory Crewdson, Brooklyn, NY. 1 992 Photo $20,000 

Susan Crile, New York, NY. 1982 Painting $25,000; 1989 Works On Paper $15,000 

Gerald Crimmins, Glenside, PA. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Alan Crockett, Columbus, OH. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Lawrence Crombez, Brooklyn, NY. 1988 Photo $5,000 

William Crotty, Malibu, CA. 1991 Works On Paper $20,000 

Nancy Crow, Baltimore, OH. 1 980 Crafts $1 0,000 

Christy Crowhurst, Brooklyn, NY. 1 985 Painting $5,000 

Charles Crowley, Bedford, MA. 1992 Crafts $20,000 

William Crozier, New York, NY. 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Iris Crump, New York, NY. 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Dewey Crumpler, Berkeley, CA. 1 995 Works On Paper $20,000 

Dirck Cruser, Asheville, NC 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Emilio Cruz, Newark, NJ. 1971 Artist $7,500; 1987 Painting $15,000 

Donigan Cumming, Montreal, FO 1980 Photo $10,000 

Robert Cumming, West Suffield, CT 1973 Photo $ 4,500; 1974 Artist $3,000; 1983 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Bruce Cunningham, Ithaca, NY. 1 975 Artist $4,000; 1 989 Works On Paper $1 5,000 

Darryl Curran, Los Angeles, CA. 1980 Photo $10,000 

William Current, Pasadena, CA. 1971 Photo $2,000 

Steven Currie, Brooklyn, NY. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Anne Currier, Alfred, NY 1 986 Crafts $1 5,000 

Merry Curtis, Astoria, OR. 1 974 Crafts $3,000 

Barbara Cushing, New York, NY. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Val Cushing, Alfred, NY. 1982 Crafts $25,000 

Steven Cushner, Washington, DC. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Mario Cutajar, Pasadena, CA. 1991 Painting $20,000 



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Roger Cutforth, New York, NY. 1984 Photo $15,000 

Peggy Cyphers, New York, NY. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Dorit Cypis, Minneapolis, MN. 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1983 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000; 1 989 New Genres $1 5,000 

Daniel Cytron, Los Angeles, CA. 1 978 Artist $7,500 

Tom Czarnopys, Chicago, IL 1990 Sculpture $5,000 



Peter D'Agostino, Elkins Park, PA. 1974 Artist $3,000; 1977 Video $7,500; 1979 Video 

$1 0,000; 1 989 New Genres $1 5,000 

Robert D'Alessandro, Brooklyn, NY. 1975 Photo $5,000 

Edward D'Arms, Seattle, WA. 1 973 Photo $ 2,500 

Bernard D'Onofrio, Somerville, MA. 1990 Crafts $5,000 

Stephen Dahl, Minneapolis, MN. 1990 Photo $5,000 

Joseph Dahm, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $1 ,000 

Dan Dailey, Amesbury, MA. 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Shirley Dailey, Columbia, MO. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Michael Dal Cerro, Brooklyn, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Willaim Daley, Elkins Park, PA. 1 977 Crafts $5,000 

Susan Dallas, Northbrook, IL. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Norman Daly, Ithaca, NY. 1 974 Artist $7,500 

Jack Darner, Madison, Wl. 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $12,500 

William Dane, Pt. Richmond, CA. 1976 Photo $7,500; 1978 Photo $7,500 

Paul Daniel, Baltimore, MD. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Linda Daniels, Brooklyn, NY. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Peter Danko, Washington, DC. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Stephen Danko, Venice, CA. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Joseph Dankowski, New York, NY. 1971 Photo $3,000 

Jerry Dantzic, Brooklyn, NY. 1976 Photo $7,500 

Avery Danziger, Chapel Hill, NC 1980 Photo $3,000 

Nallos Daphnis, New York, NY. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Lowell Darling, Berkeley, CA. 1976 Video $2,000; 1980 Video $10,000; 

1 982 Video $25,000 

Andrew Dasburg, Taos, NM. 1 968 Artist $5,000 

Craig Dascanio, West Springfield, MA. 1982 Crafts $5,000 

Judy Dater, New York, NY. 1 977 Photo $7,500; 1 988 Photo $1 5.000 

Ward Davenny, Carlisle. PA. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000; 

1 993 Works On Paper $20,000 

Rebecca Davenport, Washington, DC. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Cyril David, Sag Harbor, NY. 1980 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Michael David, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Gregory Davidek, Brooklyn, NY. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Jaime Davidovich, Kingston, NY. 1 978 Video $7,500; 1 983 Video $1 5,000; 

1 989 New Genres $1 5,000 

Donald R. Davidson, Ann Arbor, Ml. 1 975 Artist $4,000 

Nancy Davidson, Champaign, IL. 1978 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Bevan Davies, New York, NY. 1 978 Photo $7,500 

Hanlyn Davies, Hadley, MA. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000; 1981 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $1 2,500 

Jordan Davies, New York, NY. 1971 Artist $7,500 

Margaret Davies, Vernal, VT. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Nelsie Davies, White Salmon, WA. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Bradley Davis, Carbondale, CO. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Doug Davis, New York, NY. 1 975 Video $4,000 

Gene Davis, Washington, DC. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Malcolm Davis, Oakland, CA. 1992 Photo $20,000 

Michael Davis, San Pedro, CA. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Phil Davis, Venice. CA. 1974 Artist $3,000; 1975 Artist $2,000 

Ron Davis, Los Angeles, CA. 1968 Artist $5,000 

Stephen Davis, New York, NY. 1 975 Artist $4,000; 1 978 Artist $7,500; 

1987 Painting $15,000 

Virginia Davis, New York, NY. 1982 Crafts $5,000; 1992 Crafts $20,000 

David Davison, Dunstable, MA. 1984 Crafts $15,000 

William Davison, Burlington, VT. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Deirdre Daw, Cleveland, OH. 1982 Crafts $5,000; 1994 Crafts $20,000 

Robert Dawson, San Francisco, CA. 1988 Photo $15,000 

Gary Day, Omaha, NE. 1987 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Linda Day, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Dirk De Bruycker, Santa Fe, NM. 1989 Painting $5,000 



Guy De Cointet, Los Angeles, CA. 1 979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $1 0.000 

John De Fazio, New York, NY. 1 986 Crafts $5,000 

Jay De Feo, Oakland, CA. 1973 Artist $7,500; 1985 Painting $15,000 

Roy De Forest, San Francisco, CA. 1 973 Artist $7,500 

Constance De Jong, New York, NY. 1 985 New Genres $1 5,000 

Constance A. De Jong, Albuquerque, NM. 1 982 Crafts $5,000 

William De Lappa, Berea, OH. 1979 Photo $10,000 

Peter De Lory, Sun Valley, ID. 1979 Photo $10,000 

Helen De Mott, New York, NY. 1978 Artist $7,500 

Linda De Palma, Baltimore, MD. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

W. Brett De Palma, New York, NY. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

Charles De Villier, Baton Rouge, LA. 1 979 Crafts $1 0,000 

Joseph Deal, Riverside, CA. 1977 Photo $7,500; 1980 Photo $10,000 

Mark Dean, Philadelphia, PA. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Peter Dean, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $4,000; 1987 Painting $15,000 

John DeAndrea, Denver, CO. 1974 Artist $7,500 

David Dear, San Juan Pueblo, NM. 1 980 Crafts $3,000 

Gloria DeArcangelis, Oberlin, OH. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Miles DeCoster, Chicago, IL. 1 989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Patricia Degener, St. Louis, MO. 1 988 Crafts $5,000 

Barbara DeGenevieve, St. Joseph, IL. 1988 Photo $15,000 

John deHeras, Long Beach, CA. 1987 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Lee Dejasu, Providence, Rl. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Eduardo Del Valle/Mirta Gomez, Sunrise, FL 1977 Photo $7,500; 1990 Photo $20,000 

Beauford Delaney, Paris, France. 1969 Artist $5,000 

Janet Delaney, San Francisco, CA. 1982 Photo $5,000; 1986 Photo $5,000 

Tony DeLap, Corona del Mar, CA. 1 983 Painting $25,000 

Sidney Delevante, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $7,500 

William DeLottie, Eastford, CT. 1983 Printmaking/Drawino/Artists' Books $15,000 

Ella Delyanis, Grafton, MA. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Paul DeMarinis, New York, NY. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 

1983 Conceptual/ Performance/ New Genres $15,000; 1991 New Genres $20,000 

Paul DeMarinis, New York, NY. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 

1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $15,000; 1991 New Genres $20,000 

Donald DeMauro, Freindsville, PA. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Jillian Denby, Greenwich, CT. 1976 Artist $5,000; 1980 Artist $3,000; 

1985 Painting $15,000 

Royce Dendler, Bristol, VT. 1 975 Video $4,000 

Agnes Denes, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000; 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books 

$3,000; 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $12,500; 1989 Works On Paper $15,000 

John Dennehy, Brookline, MA. 1979 Video $3,000 

James Denney, Pittsburgh. PA. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Donna Dennis, New York, NY. 1977 Artist $7,500; 1980 Artist $10,000; 1986 Sculpture 

$15,000; 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Steven Dennis, Nordman, ID. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Roger Denson, Buffalo, NY. 1982 Painting $5,000 

Robert Dente, West Hartford. CT. 1 989 Works On Paper $1 5.000. 

1 995 Works On Paper $20,000 

Mark Derby, Eugene, OR. 1990 Crafts $5,000 

Stephen Derrickson, Brooklyn, NY. 1987 Printmakmg/ Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Francois Deschamps, New Paltz, NY. 1982 Photo $5,000; 1986 Photo $15,000 

Vincent Desiderio, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Lewis DeSoto, San Francisco, CA. 1995 New Genres $20,000 

Nick Despota, Chicago, IL. 1980 Video $3,000 

Steven DeStaebler, Berkeley. CA 1979 Crafts $3,000; 1981 Sculpture $12,500 

J. W. Dettman, Palm Beach Gardens. FL. 1 982 Photo $5,000 

Richard Deutsch, Santa Cruz. CA. 1984 Crafts $5,000 

Mary Ann DeVine, Tarzana. CA. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Cara DeVito, New York. NY 1 977 Video $7,500; 1 980 Video $3,000 

Lucinda Devlin, New Paltz, NY. 1992 Photo $20,000 

Richard E. DeVore, Fort Collins. CO. 1976 Crafts $5,000; 1980 Crafts $10,000; 

1986 Crafts $15,000 

Dimitri Devyatkin, New York. NY. 1981 Video $4,000 

Rita DeWitt, Hattiesburg, MS. 1984 Photo $5,000 

Kristine Dey, Los Angeles. CA. 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Dominic Di Mare, Tiburon. CA 1977 Crafts $5,000; 1981 Crafts $12,500 

Mark Di Suvero, New York. NY 1967 Artist $5,000 

Jessica Diamond, Brooklyn. NY. 1989 New Genres $5,000 

Martha Diamond, New York. NY 1980 Artist $10,000; 1983 Painting $15,000 



Paul Diamond, Brooklyn, NY. 1978 Photo $7,500 

Stuart Diamond, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $10,000; 1987 Painting $15,000 

David Diao, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $1 0,000; 1 987 Painting $1 5,000; 

1993 Painting $20,000 

Jane Dickson, New York, NY. 1985 Printmaking/Drawmg/Artists' Books $5,000 

John Dickson, Alexandria, VA. 1979 Artist $10,000; 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Philip-Lorca DiCorcia, New York, NY. 1981 Photo $4,000; 1986 Photo $5,000; 

1 990 Photo' $20,000 

Porfirio DiDonna, Brooklyn, NY. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Sari Dienes, Pomona, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Marlys Dietrick, San Antonio, TX. 1985 Painting $5,000 

David DiFrancesco, San Francisco, CA. 1 974 Artist $3,000 

John Dilg, Chicago, IL. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Guy Dill, Venice, CA. 1974 Artist $7,500; 1981 Sculpture $1 2,500 

Laddie Dill, Venice, CA. 1975 Artist $4,000; 1982 Painting $25,000 

Lesley Dill, New York, NY. 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Rick Dillingham, Santa Fe, NM. 1977 Crafts $5,000; 1982 Crafts $25,000 

Dominick Dimeo, New York, NY. 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Lisa Dinhofer, New York, NY. 1982 Painting $5,000 

David DiSalvo, Long Island City, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000 

John Divola, Venice, CA. 1990 Photo $20,000 

Ervin Dixon, Beatrice, NE. 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Willard Dixon, Jon Rafael, CA. 1989 Painting $15,000 

Gary Dodson, New York, NY. 1987 Printmaking/Drawmg/Artists' Books $5,000 

Bill Doherty, Jersey City, NJ. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Eileen Doktorski, East Brunswick, NJ. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Garrick Dolberg, Brooklyn, NY. 1 979 Artist $3,000; 1 981 Sculpture $1 2,500 

Stanley Dolega, Laramie, WY. 1975 Artist $4,000; 1980 Artist $3,000 

Eddie Dominguez, Tucumcari, NM. 1986 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Gerald Donato, Richmond, VA. 1981 Painting $12,500; 1987 Printmaking/Drawmg/ 

Artists' Books $15,000 

Paul Donhawser, Oshkosh, Wl. 1984 Crafts $15,000 

Robert Donley, Oak Park, IL. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Geralyn Donohue, New York, NY. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Terence Donovan, Garrison, NJ. 1993 Painting $20,000 

James Doolin, Los Angeles, CA. 1980 Artist $10,000; 1985 Painting $15,000; 

1991 Painting $20,000 

Susanne Doremus, DeKalb, IL. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Jonas dos Santos, Philadelphia, PA. 1981 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $4,000; 

1991 New Genres $20,000 

Edward Dougherty, Manhattan Beach, CA. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Patrick Dougherty, Chapel Hill, NC. 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Mary Douglas, Long Island City, NY. 1994 Crafts $20,000 

Anita Douthat, Boston, MA. 1992 Photo $20,000; 1991 Photo $5,000 

Toni Dove, New York, NY. 1 995 New Genres $20,000 

Jim Dow, Belmont, MA. 1973 Photo $ 3300; 1980 Photo $10,000; 1990 Photo $20,000 

John Dowell, Philadelphia, PA. 1974 Artist $7,500; 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/ 

Artists' Books $1 5,000 

Rackstraw Downes, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $1 0,000 

Juan Downey, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $3,000; 1 976 Video $5,000; 1 980 Video $1 0,000; 

1 985 New Genres $1 5,000 

Holly Downing, Santa Cruz, CA. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Thomas Downing, Washington, DC. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Tom Doyle, New York. NY. 1 990 Sculpture $20,000 

James Drake, El Paso, TX. 1 989 Works On Paper $1 5.000 

Peter Drake, New York, NY. 1 985 Printmaking/Drawmg/Artists' Books $5,000 

Katherine Drasher, New York, NY. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Gregory Drasler, New York, NY. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Paul Dresang, Edwardsville, IL. 1988 Crafts $15,000 

Rosalyn Drexler, New York, NY. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Clarice Dreyer, Bozeman, MT. 1982 Sculpture $5,000; 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 

1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Russell Drisch, Buffalo, NY. 1 976 Photo $7,500 

Ellen Driscoll, Cambridge, MA. 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Carol Drobek, San Francisco, CA. 1 977 Photo $7,500 

Grant Drumhelier, Brookline, MA. 1983 Painting $3,000 

Sarah Drury, Brooklyn, NY. 1989 New Genres $5,000 

Hildegarde Duane, Los Angeles, CA. 1 980 Video $3,000 

Eleanor Dube, New York, NY. 1 978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $7,500 



Anda Dubinskis, Philadelphia, PA. 1989 Painting $5,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Douglas DuBois, Las Cruces, NM. 1990 Photo $5,000 

Emily DuBois, Benicia, CA. 1 984 Crafts $5,000 

Donald Dubroff, Chicago, IL. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Ruth Duckworth, Chicago, IL. 1 980 Crafts $1 0,000 

Joellyn Duesberry, New York, NY. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Edward Dugmore, New York, NY. 1976 Artist $10,000; 1985 Painting $15,000 

Carroll Dunham, Old Lyme, CT. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Breon Dunigan, New York, NY. 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Loretta Dunkelman, New York, NY. 1975 Artist $4,000; 1982 Painting $5,000; 

1993 Painting $20,000 

David Dunlap, Iowa City, IA. 1 989 New Genres $1 5,000 

Catherine Dunn, Montevallo, AL. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Fontaine Dunn, New York, NY. 1987 Printmaking/Drawmg/Artists' Books $15,000 

Brad Dunning, Los Angeles, CA. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Robert Duran, New York, NY. 1 979 Artist $1 0.000 

Mark Durant, San Francisco, CA. 1988 Photo $5,000 

Walter Dusenbery, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $10,000 

William Dutterer, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Jeanne Duval, Jaffrey, NH. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Michael Dvortcsak, Santa Barbara, CA. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Charles Dwyer, Newport, Rl. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Nancy Dwyer, New York, NY. 1982 Painting $5,000 

Friedel Dzubas, New York, NY. 1969 Artist $5,000 



Jack Earl, Lakeview, OH. 1 974 Crafts $3,000; 1 988 Crafts $25,000 

East Los Streetscapers, Los Angeles, CA. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1981 Painting $12,500 

Lois Ebel, Northampton, MA. 1975 Artist $2,000 

Robert Ebendorf, Highland, NY. 1 973 Crafts $3,000 

Edward Eberle, Pittsburgh, PA. 1986 Crafts $15,000 

Robert Ecker, Boulder, CO. 1981 Printmaking/Drawmg/Artists' Books $12,500 

Barbara Eckhardt, New Bedford, MA. 1 984 Crafts $5,000 

Michael Economos, Baltimore, MD. 1989 Painting $15,000 

Don Eddy, New York, NY. 1 977 Artist $7500 

Mary Beth Edelson, Washington, DC. 1981 Printmaking/Drawmg/Artists' Books $12,500 

Susan Eder, Williamstown, MA. 1 979 Artist $3,000 

Daniel Edge, New York, NY. 1975 Artist $2,000 

Douglas Edge, Santa Barbara, CA. 1982 Sculpture $25,000 

Perky Edgerton, Brooklyn, NY. 1981 Painting $4,000 

Thomas Edinger, Nebraska City, NE. 1980 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $10,000 

Allan Edmunds, Philadelphia, PA. 1991 Works On Paper $20,000 

Katherine Edson, New York, NY. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Garth Edwards, Portland, OR. 1981 Crafts $12,500 

James Edwards, Columbia , SO 1974 Artist $3,000 

Melvin Edwards, Plainfield, NJ. 1971 Artist $7,500; 1984 Sculpture $15,000; 1994 

Sculpture $20,000 

Stephen Edwards, Green Mountain, NC. 1982 Crafts $5,000; 1984 Crafts $5,000 

William Eggleston, Memphis, TN. 1976 Photo $7,500 

John Egner. New York, NY. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Alma Eikerman, Bloomington, IN. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Stefan Eins, New York, NY. 1980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 

1987 Painting $15,000 

Susan Eisler, Saint Louis, MO. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Constance Elder, Chatsworth, CA. 1974 Artist $7,500 

Lyman Elder, San Francisco, CA. 1 976 Crafts $5,000 

Dale Eldred, Kansas City, MO. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Shirley Elgot, Westborough, MA. 1984 Crafts $5,000 

Lillian Elliott, Berkeley, CA. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Lillian Elliott/Patricia Hickman, Berkeley, CA. 1986 Crafts $15,000 

Andra Ellis, Charlotte, NC. 1990 Crafts $5,000 

Stephen Ellis, New York, NY. 1991 Painting $20,000 

John David Ellsworth, Quakertown, PA. 1984 Crafts $15,000 

James Elniski, Provincetown, MA. 1981 Sculpture $4,000 

Raymon Elozua, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1981 Sculpture $4,000; 

1987 Painting $15,000 

Albinas Elskus, New York, NY. 1 980 Crafts $1 0,000 

Stephen Elston, Brookline, MA. 1979 Photo $3,000 

Timothy Ely, Snohomish, WA. 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $12,500 



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Martin Emanuel, Atlanta, GA. 1981 Sculpture $4,000 

Ed Emshwiller, Wantagh, NY. 1979 Video $10,000 

Bill Enck, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Heidi Endemann, Gualala, CA. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Steve Engle, Seattle, WA. 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Chris Enos, Boston, MA. 1981 Photo $12,500 

Susan Ensley, New York, NY. 1977 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Sandra Enterline, Cambridge, MA. 1988 Crafts $5,000; 1992 Crafts $20,000 

Mitchell Epstein, Holyoke, MA. 1978 Photo $7,500 

Albert Erdosy, Allentown, PA. 1 989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Eric Erickson, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Gary Erickson, St. Paul. MN. 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Gregory Erickson, Solvang, CA. 1 974 Artist $1 ,000 

Mark Erickson, Oakland, CA. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Melvin Ericson and Kate Ziegler, New York, NY. 1 987 New Genres $5,000; 1 993 New 

Genres $20,000 

Martha Erlebacher, Elkins Park, PA. 1982 Painting $25,000 

Geraldine Erman, Brooklyn, NY. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Kathey Ervin, St. Joseph, IL. 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Fred Escher, Janesville, Wl. 1 981 Painting $1 2,500 

Clyde Espenschied, Spotswood, NJ. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Barbara Ess, New York, NY. 1991 Photo $5,000; 1994 Photo $20,000 

Dan Estabrook, Champaign, IL 1991 Photo $5,000; 1994 Photo $20,000 

Reed Estabrook, Cedar Falls, IA. 1976 Photo $7,500 

Richard Estes, New York , NY. 1971 Artist $7,500 

Susan Ettenheim, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Dennis Evans, Seattle, WA. 1980 Artist $3,000 

John Evans, New York, NY. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Fred Eversely, Venice, CA. 1 973 Artist $7,500 

Wendy Ewald, Rhinebeck, NY. 1988 Photo $15,000 

Gretchen Ewert, Arroyo Hondo, NM. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Lauren Ewing, New York, NY. 1982 Sculpture $25,000 

Mary Ewing, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000 



Martin Facey, Albuquerque, NM. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Barbara Factor, Galesburg, IL 1973 Crafts $3,000 

Steve Fagin, La Jolla, CA. 1989 New Genres $5,000 

Charles Fahlen, Philadelphia, PA. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1988 Sculpture $15,000 

Deb Fanelli, Dayton, OH. 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Thomas Farbanish, Strafford, VT. 1 988 Crafts $5,000; 1 994 Crafts $20,000 

Amanda Farber, San Diego, CA. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Dennis Farber, Albuquerque, NM. 1994 Photo $20,000 

Manny Farber, New York, NY. 1969 Artist $5,000 

William Fares, New York, NY. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Ralston Farina, New York, NY. 1977 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $7,500 

William Farley, Oakland, CA. 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 

1 983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $1 5,000 

Bill Farrell, Chicago, IL. 1981 Crafts $12,500 

Heide Fasnacht, New York, NY. 1990 Sculpture $5,000; 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Francis Faulkner, Winston-Salem, NC. 1974 Artist $7,500 

Louis Faurer, New York, NY. 1978 Photo $7500 

Victoria Faust, San Francisco, CA. 1989 Works On Paper $ 1 5,000 

Thomas Fawkes, Portland, OR. 1977 Artist $7,500 

Christine Federighi, Miami, FL 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Thomas Feelings, New York, NY. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Sandra Feeney, Providence, Rl. 1986 Photo $5,000 

Harriet Feigenbaum, New York, NY. 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Marsha Feigin, New York, NY. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Elen Feinberg, St. Louis, MO. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Jean Feinberg, New York, NY. 1979 Artist $3,000; 1983 Painting $5,000; 

1989 Painting $5,000 

Ken Feingold, Minneapolis, MN. 1979 Conceptual/Pertormance/New Genres $3,000; 

1981 Video $4,000 

Robert Feintuch, New Haven, CT. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Brian Fekete, Detroit, Ml. 1987 Painting $5,000 

John Fekner, Jackson Heights, NY. 1 978 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Bella Feldman, Berkeley. CA 1986 Crafts $15,000 



Joel Feldman, Murphysboro, IL. 1 993 Works On Paper $20,000; 

1992 Works On Paper $5,000 

Roger Feldman, Fullerton, CA. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Peter Feldstein, Oxford, IA. 1 988 Photo $1 5,000 

David Felker, Anchorage, AK. 1988 Sculpture $5,000; 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Alice Fellows, Santa Monica, CA. 1991 Painting $20,000; 1990 Painting $5,000 

Alan Feltus, Hughesville, MD. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Lukas Felzmann, San Francisco, CA. 1994 Photo $20,000; 1993 Photo $5,000 

Laurie Fendrich, Durham, NC. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Concetta Fenicchia, Brooklyn, NY. 1 984 Crafts $5,000 

Maureen Fennelli, New York, NY. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Fred Fenster, Sun Prarie, Wl. 1 977 Crafts $5,000 

Samuel Fentress, Nashville, TN. 1979 Photo $3,000 

Kenneth Ferguson, Shawnee Mission, KS. 1973 Crafts $3,000; 1980 Crafts'$1 0.000 

Teresita Fernandez, Miami, FL. 1 994 Sculpture $20,000 

Jackie Ferrara, New York, NY. 1975 Artist $8,000 

Rafael Ferrer, Philadelphia, PA. 1973 Artist $7,500; 1983 Painting $15,000; 

1989 Painting"$1 5,000 

Ann Fessler, Baltimore, MD. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Robert Fichter, Tallahassee, FL. 1 980 Photo $1 0,000; 1 984 Photo $1 5.000 

John Fick, Oakland, CA. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

William Fick, High Point, NC. 1993 Works On Paper $20,000 

Joyce Fillip, Philadelphia, PA. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Richard Finch, Bloomington, IL. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Jane Fine, Brooklyn, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Jud Fine, Los Angeles, CA. 1982 Sculpture $25,000 

Perle Fine, The Springs, NY. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Aaron Fink, East Boston, MA. 1982 Painting $5,000; 1987 Painting $5,000 

Larry Fink, Martins Creek, PA. 1979 Photo $10,000; 1986 Photo $1 5,000 

Alan Finkel, New York, NY. 1 979 Artist $3,000 

Louis Finkelstein, Stillwater. NJ. 1983 Painting $25,000 

Jeanne Finley, San Francisco, CA. 1985 New Genres $5,000; 

1 987 New Genres $5,000; 1 991 New Genres $20,000 

Karen Finley, Nyack, NY. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000; 

1 987 New Genres $5,000 

David Finn, Winston-Salem, NC. 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Howard Finster, Summerville, GA. 1981 Sculpture $4,000 

Arline Fisch, San Diego, CA. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

Gail Fischer, Austin, TX. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

R. M. Fischer, New York, NY. 1981 Sculpture $12,500; 1986 Sculpture $15,000; 

1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Alida Pish, Wilmington, DE. 1994 Photo $20,000 

Julia Fish, Chicago, IL. 1993 Painting $20,000; 1986 Painting $5,000 

Mary Fish, Sundance, UT. 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $12,500; 1994 

Sculpture $20,000 

Andrea Fisher, Chatham, NY. 1989 New Genres $5,000 

Curtis Fisher, Chicago, IL. 1976 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $2,000 

Elaine Fisher, Charlottesville, VA. 1973 Photo $2,500 

Hal Fisher, San Francisco, CA. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Joel Fisher, Brooklyn, NY. 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Vernon Fisher, Sherman, TX. 1974 Artist $7500; 1980 Artist $3,000; 

1982 Painting $25,000 

Beverly Fishman, Stratford, CT. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Louise Fishman, Worcester. NY. 1975 Artist $4,000; 1983 Painting $15,000; 

1993 Painting $20,000 

Judith Fiskin, Valencia, CA. 1990 Photo $20,000 

Claudia Fitch, New York. NY 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Stephen Fitch, Berkeley, CA. 1 973 Photo $2,000; 1 975 Photo $5,000 

Cate Fitt, Richmond. VA. 1979 Crafts $10,000 

Kit Fitzgerald/John Sanborn, New York. NY. 1977 Video $7,500; 1979 Video $10,000; 

1 985 New Genres $5,000 

Colen Fitzgibbon, New York. NY 1977 Video $7,500 

Michael Flanagan, New York. NY. 1987 Painting $5,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Dan Flavin, Cold Springs. NY. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Richard Fleischner, Providence. Rl. 1975 Artist $8,000; 1980 Artist $10,000; 

1990 Sculpture $20,000 

Stephen Fleming, Roswell. NM. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Robert Flick, Inglewood, CA. 1982 Photo $5,000; 1984 Photo $15,000 

Kent Floeter, New York. NY 1980 Artist $3,000; 1983 



Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Edward Flood, New York, NY. 1 978 Artist $7,500 

Pat Flynn, Accokeek, MD. 1984 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $15,000; 

1994 Crafts $20,000 

Jean Follett, St. Paul, MN. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Fred Folsom, Wheaton, MD. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Ron Fondaw, Miami, FL 1988 Crafts $15,000 

Betty Fong, Los Angeles, CA. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Ignacio Font, Cora Gables, FL. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Bill Fontana, New Orleans, LA. 1990 Sculpture $20,000 

Luke Fontana, New Orleans, LA. 1973 Photo $5,000 

Fol Fontes, Cranston, I L 1981 Sculpture $4,000 

Jean Foos, New York, NY. 1 989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Peter Forakis, Lexington, KY. 1981 Sculpture $12,500 

Robert Forbes, Philadelphia, PA. 1 982 Crafts $5,000 

James Ford, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

John Ford, New York, NY. 1 982 Painting $5,000 

Margaret Ford, Seattle, WA. 1 975 Crafts $5,000 

Walton Ford, New York, NY. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Edward Forde, Los Angeles, CA. 1 973 Crafts $3,000 

Robert Forman, Providence, Rl. 1979 Crafts $10,000; 1978 Artist $7,500 

Nathan Fors, Kansas City, MO. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Chuck Forsman, Boulder, CO. 1979 Artist $3,000; 1985 Painting $15,000; 

1995 Painting $20,000 

Paul Forte, Elkhart, IN. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Carl Fosselius, San Francisco, CA. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Llyn Foulkes, Topanga, CA. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Stephen Foust, Detroit, Ml. 1976 Artist $5,000 

Judith Fox, New York, NY. 1 988 Sculpture $5,000; 1 994 Sculpture $20,000 

Sheila Fox, East Setauket, NY. 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Terry Fox, San Francisco, CA. 1974 Artist $7,500; 1976 Video $5,000; 1984 Sculpture 

$1 5,000; 1 989 New Genres $1 5,000 

Stephen Frailey, New York, NY. 1 988 Photo $5,000 

John Frame, Los Angeles, CA. 1 982 Sculpture $5,000; 1 986 Sculpture $5,000 

Edgar Franceschi, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Luciano Franchi De Alfaro, Chicago, IL. 1 980 Photo $3,000 

Linda Francis, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Donald Francisco, Kalamazoo, Ml. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Angel Franco, New York, NY. 1 986 Photo $1 5,000 

Mary Frank, New York, NY. 1969 Artist $5,000 

Stephanie Frank, New York, NY. 1 983 Painting $5,000 

Sara Frankel, Honolulu, HI. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Andrea Fraser, New York, NY. 1991 New Genres $20,000 

Robinson Fredenthal, Berwyn, PA. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Arthur Freed, New York, NY. 1973 Photo $2,500 

Hermine Freed, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $3,000 

Leonard Freed, New York, NY. 1981 Photo $12,500 

Jill Freedman, New York, NY. 1 973 Photo $5,000 

Matthew Freedman, Brooklyn, NY. 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

David Freelander, New York, NY. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Daniel Freeman, New York, NY. 1978 Artist $7,500; 1989 Painting $15,000 

Jeff Freeman, Vermillion, SD. 1990 Painting $5,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

John Freeman, San Diego, CA. 1992 Photo $20,000 

Roland Freeman, Washington, DC. 1982 Photo $25,000; 1990 Photo $20,000 

Vida Freeman, Northridge, CA. 1981 Photo $12,500 

Jane Freilicher, New York, NY. 1 976 Artist $5,000 

Christopher French, Washington, DC. 1993 Works On Paper $20,000 

David Freund, Brooklyn, NY. 1978 Photo $7,500 

Mary Frey, Springfield, MA. 1 981 Photo $1 2,500; 1 992 Photo $20,000 

Viola Frey, Oakland, CA. 1978 Crafts $7,500; 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Jem Freyaldenhoven, Atlanta, GA. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Tage Frid, North Kingstown, Rl. 1990 Crafts $20,000 

Howard Fried, San Francisco, CA. 1975 Artist $4,000; 1980 Video $10,000; 

1 983 Video $1 5,000 

Nancy Fried, New York, NY. 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Robert Fried, Fairfax. CA. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Richard Friedberg, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $3,000 

Anthony Friedkin, Los Angeles, CA. 1 977 Photo $7,500 

Lee Friedlander, New City, NY. 1973 Photo $5,000; 1978 Photo $7,500; 



1984 Photo $25,000 

Alan Friedman, Terre Haute, IN. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Barton Friedman, Woodstock, NY. 1 980 Video $1 0,000 

Stan Friedman, New York, NY. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Susan Friedman, Sunderland, MA. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Nancy Marlene Friese, Cranston, Rl. 1987 Painting $5,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Ismael Frigerio, New York, NY. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Michael Frimkess, Venice, CA. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Brian Frink, Mankato, MN. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Dieter Froese, New York, NY. 1979 Video $3,000; 1981 Video $12,500; 

1 987 New Genres $1 5,000 

George Fry, Atherton, CA. 1971 Photo $2,000 

Sekio Fuapopo, San Francisco, CA. 1981 Painting $4,000 

Douglas Fuchs, New York, NY. 1981 Crafts $1 2,500 

John Fudge, Denver, CO. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Larry Fuente, Mendocino, CA. 1 979 Artist $1 0,000; 1 988 Sculpture $1 5,000; 

1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Terry Fugate-Wtlcox, New York, NY. 1 976 Artist $2,000 

Kenji Fujita, Brooklyn, NY. 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 1988 Sculpture $5,000; 

1991 Works On Paper $20,000 

Ellen Fullman, Austin, TX. 1989 New Genres $5,000 

Jack Fulton, San Rafael, CA. 1981 Photo $12,500; 1990 Photo $20,000 

Mark Fuoco, Sacramento, CA. 1987 New Genres $5,000 

David Furman, Claremont, CA. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

James Furr, Opelika, AL 1 981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $1 2,500 



Oliver Gagliani, San Francisco, CA. 1 976 Photo $7,500 

Charles Gaines, Fresno, CA. 1978 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $7,500 

Pio Galbis, Brooklyn, NY. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Philip Galgiani, New York, NY. 1978 Photo $7,500; 1981 Photo $12,500; 

1986 Photo $15,000 

Sally Gall, Houston, TX. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Cynthia Gallagher, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000; 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Ron Gallas, University Park, PA. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Steve Galloway, Santa Monica, CA. 1987 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Harry Gamboa, Los Angeles, CA. 1980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $10,000; 

1 987 New Genres $1 5,000 

Lanie Gannon, Nashville, TN. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Robert Ganong, Boston, MA. 1983 Painting $5,000 

James Ganzer, Venice, CA. 1976 Artist $5,000 

Marjorie Gapp, Philadelphia, PA. 1979 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Charles Garabedian, Santa Monica, CA. 1977 Artist $7,500 

Domingo Garcia, New York, NY. 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $1 2,500 

Rupert Garcia, Oakland, CA. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Nereyda Garcia-Ferraz, Chicago, IL. 1985 Painting $5,000; 1989 Painting $5,000 

Lyn Gardiner, Cambridge, MA. 1977 Photo $7,500 

Michael Gardiner, Seattle, WA. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Ann Gardner, Seattle, WA. 1986 Crafts $5,000; 1994 Crafts $20,000 

Christopher Gardner, Falls Church, VA. 1979 Artist $3,000 

Jedd Garet, New York, NY. 1 985 Painting $5,000; 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 

Peter Garfield, Brooklyn, NY. 1 993 Painting $20,000 

Dana Garrett, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000 

John Garrett, El Prado, NM. 1982 Crafts $5,000; 1994 Crafts $20,000 

Elizabeth Garrison, Ithaca, NY. 1981 Crafts $4,000; 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Cliff Garten, St. Paul, MN. 1 986 Crafts $5,000 

Ellen Garvens, Brooklyn, NY. 1986 Photo $5,000 

Carmen Garza, San Francisco, CA. 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $4,000; 

1987 Painting $15,000 

Gail Gash, Santa Fe, NM. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Jeffrey Gates, Baltimore, MD. 1984 Photo $5,000; 1990 Photo $5,000 

Grover Gatewood, Sag Harbor, NY. 1 984 Photo $5,000 

Cheri Gaulke, Los Angeles, CA. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $15,000 

William Gedney, Brooklyn, NY. 1975 Photo $5,000 

Harry Geffert, Crowley, TX. 1990 Sculpture $20,000 

Judith Geichman, Chicago, IL. 1983 Painting $5,000; 1989 Painting $5,000 

William Geis, San Francisco, CA. 1967 Artist $5,000; 1980 Artist $10,000 

Michael Gellatly, West Cornwall, CT. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

Matthew Geller, New York, NY. 1987 New Genres $5,000; 1989 New Genres $15,000 



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Vance Gellert, San Francisco, CA. 1 988 Photo $5,000 

Sandy Gellis, New York, NY. 1979 Artist $3,000; 1981 Sculpture $4,000; 1987 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Jonathan Genkin, Brooklyn, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Raymond E. George, Bloomington, IL. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Wallace George, Santa Rosa, CA. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Tyrone Georgiou, Buffalo, NY. 1 979 Photo $3,000 

Ingeborg Gerdes, San Francisco, CA, 1975 Photo $5,000; 1977 Photo $7,500 

George Geyer, Huntington Beach, CA. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Raymond Ghirardo/Megan Roberts, Ithaca, NY. 1983 Video $5,000 

Anne Ghory-Goodman, Cincinnati, OH. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Gerald Giamportone, Los Angeles, CA. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Cristos Gianakos, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $1 0,000 

Steve Gianakos , New York, NY. 1 979 Artist $1 0,000 

Jennifer Gibbar, Gardengrove, CA. 1976 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Edward Gibson, Billings, MT. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Ralph Gibson, New York, NY. 1973 Photo $4,000; 1976 Photo $7,500; 1986 Photo $15,000 

Jill Giegerich, Culver City, CA. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Davidson Gigliotti, Lanesville, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000; 1976 Video $2,000 

Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Santa Monica, CA. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1989 Painting $15,000 

Bruce Gilden, New York, NY. 1 980 Photo $3,000; 1 984 Photo $1 5,000; 

1992 Photo $20,000 

Andrea Gill, Kent, OH. 1978 Crafts $7,500; 1984 Crafts $15,000 

John Gill, Alfred, NY. 1979 Crafts $10,000; 1992 Crafts $20,000 

John Gillen, Pittsburgh, PA. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 

1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Jo Ann Gillerman, Oakland, CA. 1 980 Video $3,000 

Frances Gillespie, Northampton, MA. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Frank Gillette, New York, NY. 1 976 Video $1 0,000; 1 980 Video $1 0,000 

Sam Gilliam, Washington, DC. 1 967 Artist $5,000; 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 

Scott Gilliam, Atlanta, GA. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Jan Gilligan, Madison, Wl. 1975 Video $2,000 

Denis Gillingwater, Scottsdale, AZ. 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Stanley Gilula, Northampton, MA. 1975 Artist $2,000 

Maxwell Gimblett, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $15,000 

Charles Ginnever, Putney, VT. 1 974 Artist $7,500 

Joe Giordano, New York, NY. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Lawrence Gipe, New York, NY. 1 989 Painting $5,000; 1 995 Works On Paper $20,000 

Terry Gips, Takoma Park, MD. 1 986 Photo $5,000 

Tina Girouard, New York, NY. 1976 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000; 

1982 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $25,000 

Michael Gitlin, New York, NY. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Gilles Giuntini, Ambler, PA. 1979 Artist $3,000 

Deanna Glad, Santa Monica, CA. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Michael Glancy, Rehoboth, MA. 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Lukman Glasgow, Los Angeles, CA. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Joel Glassman, San Francisco, CA. 1975 Video $4,000; 1977 Video $7,500 

Linnea Glatt, Dallas, TX. 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Conrad Gleber, New York, NY. 1 979 Photo $3,000 

William Gledhill, Santa Barbara, CA. 1975 Photo $5,000 

John Glick, Farmington Hills, Ml. 1974 Crafts $3,000; 1977 Crafts $5,000; 

1988 Crafts $15,000 

Michael Glier, New York, NY. 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $4,000 

Alan Glovsky, New York, NY. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000; 

1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Martha Glowacki, Madison, Wl. 1982 Crafts $5,000 

Aharon Gluska, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Dewitt Godfrey, Houston, TX. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Wilhelmina Godfrey, Buffalo, NY. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

Frank Gohlke, Minneapolis, MN. 1978 Photo $7,500; 1986 Photo $15,000 

Peter Goin, Reno, NV. 1982 Photo $5,000; 1990 Photo $20,000 

Jo Going, La Jolla, CA. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Joel Gold, New York, NY. 1975 Video $4,000; 1980 Video $3,000 

Sharon Gold, New York, NY. 1 981 Painting $1 2.500 

Glenn Goldberg, New York. NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Jim Goldberg, San Francisco, CA. 1980 Photo $3,000; 1988 Photo $5,000; 

1990 Photo $20,000 

Michael Goldberg, New York, NY. 1985 Painting $15,000; 1993 Painting $20,000 

Pamela Goldblum, Los Angeles, CA. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 



Judith Golden, Inglewood, CA. 1 979 Photo $1 0,000 

Stuart Golder, Stout, OH. 1 980 Crafts $1 0,000 

David Goldes, Minneapolis, MN. 1984 Photo $15,000 

Leon Goldin, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Nan Goldin, New York, NY. 1990 Photo $5,000 

Harvey Goldman, N. Dartmouth, MA. 1980 Crafts $3,000 

Lester Goldman, Kansas City, MO. 1989 Painting $15,000; 1986 Painting $5,000 

Robert Goldman, New York, NY. 1975 Video $4,000; 1985 Painting $5,000 

Cheryl Goldsleger, Athens, GA. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $25,000; 

1991 Works On Paper $20,000 

Layne Goldsmith, Seattle, WA. 1 984 Crafts $5,000 

Lloyd Goldsmith, New York, NY. 1980 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Jack Goldstein, Brooklyn, NY. 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1982 

Painting $25,000 

Juan Gomez, New York, NY. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Guillermo Gomez-Pena, Imperial Beach, CA. 1987 Printmaking/Drawing/ 

Artists' Books $5,000 

Jeff Gompertz, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000; 1985 Painting $5,000 

Arthur Gonzalez, Oakland, CA. 1 982 Sculpture $5,000; 1 984 Crafts $5,000; 1 986 Crafts 

$5,000; 1990 Crafts $5,000 

Juan Gonzalez, New York, NY. 1979 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $10,000; 1985 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $1 5,000; 1 991 Works On Paper $20,000 

Maria Gonzalez, New Orleans, LA. 1982 Photo $5,000; 1988 Photo $5,000 

Patricia Gonzalez, Houston, TX. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

Felix Gonzalez-Torres, New York, NY. 1 989 New Genres $5,000; 

1 993 New Genres $20,000 

Joe Goode, Los Angeles, CA. 1 968 Artist $5,000; 1 976 Artist $5,000 

Kathy Goodell, San Francisco, CA. 1979 Artist $3,000; 1982 Sculpture $25,000 

Larry Goodell, Placitas, NM. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 

Brenda Goodman, New York, NY. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Mark Goodman, Millerton, NY. 1973 Photo $5,000 

Sidney Goodman, Elkins Park, PA. 1974 Artist $7,500 

Robert Goodnough, Thornwood, NY. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Lawrence Goodridge, Florence, KY. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Guy Goodwin, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000; 1980 Artist $3,000 

Ron Gorchov, New York, NY. 1975 Artist $8,000 

Misha Gordin, Troy, Ml. 1986 Photo $15,000 

Bonnie Gordon, Buffalo, NY. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

David Gordon, Los Angeles, CA. 1987 Painting $5,000 

John Gordon, Venice, CA. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Richard Gordon, San Francisco, CA. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Robert Gordon, New York, NY. 1 969 Artist $5,000 

Russell Gordon, Montreal, ON. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Robert Gordy, New Orleans, LA. 1968 Artist $5,000; 1978 Artist $7,500; 1985 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Shalom Gorewitz, New York, NY. 1 979 Video $3,000; 1 980 Video $3,000; 1 983 Video 

$1 5,000; 1 993 New Genres $20,000 

Anthony Gorny, Philadelphia, PA. 1989 Works On Paper $15,000 

Jennie Gorton, Greenville, MS. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Carol Goss, Boston, MA. 1 978 Crafts $7,500 

John Goss, Los Angeles, CA. 1989 New Genres $5,000 

John Gossage, Washington, DC 1 975 Photo $5,000; 1 978 Photo $7,500 

Joe Goto, Providence, Rl. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Jacqueline Gourevitch, Middletown, CT. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Peter Gourfain, Brooklyn, NY. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Philip Govedare, Seattle, WA 1993 Works On Paper $20,000 

Emmet Gowin, Newtown, PA. 1977 Photo $7,500; 1980 Photo $10,000 

Sharon Grace, San Francisco. CA. 1 980 Video $3,000 

Barbara Grad, Chicago, IL. 1975 Artist $2,000 

Dennis Grady, West Greenwich, Rl. 1981 Photo $12,500 

Allan Graham, Albuquerque, NM. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Dan Graham, New York, NY. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $7,500; 1985 New 

Genres $5,000; 1987 New Genres $25,000 

David M. Graham, Richboro. PA 1984 Photo $5,000 

Gloria Graham, Albuquerque. NM. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Lisa Gralnick, Rosendale. NY 1988 Crafts $5,000; 1992 Crafts $20,000 

Timothy Grannis, Underhill, VT 1981 Crafts $12,500 

Peter Grass, New York, NY 1978 Conceptual/ Performance/ New Genres $3,000 

Anton Grassl, Cambridge. MA. 1992 Photo $20,000 



Grace Graupe-Pillard, Freehold. NJ. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Bradford Graves, New York. NY. 1 980 Artist $1 0.000 

Kenneth Graves, State College. PA. 1975 Photo $5,000; 1986 Photo $15,000 

Nancy Graves, New York, NY. 1973 Artist $7,500 

Nancy Gray, Brooklyn, NY. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Edward Grazda, New York, NY. 1 980 Photo $3,000; 1 986 Photo $5,000 

John Grazier, Washington. DC. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

George Green, Dallas, TX. 1977 Artist $7,500 

Jonathan Green, Westerville. OH. 1 978 Photo $7,500 

Phyllis Green, Los Angeles. CA. 1 984 Sculpture $5,000 

Tom Green, Cabin John, MD. 1 978 Artist $3,000; 1 980 Artist $1 0,000 

Vanalyne Green, New York, NY. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $15,000 

Marty Greenbaum, New York. NY. 1 974 Artist $3,000 

Stephen Greene, Valley Cottage, NY. 1 967 Artist $5,000 

Colin Greenly, McLean. VA. 1 968 Artist $5,000 

Caroline Greenwald, Madison. Wl. 1982 Crafts $5,000 

Mark Greenwold, Albany, NY. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Jackie Greeves, Silver Spring. MD 1982 Crafts $25,000 

Mathieu Gregoire, San Diego. CA. 1988 Sculpture $5,000: 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Harold Gregor, Bloomington. IL 1993 Painting $20,000 

Barbara Grenell, Burnsville. NC 1974 Crafts $3,000 

Gregory Grenon, Portland. OR. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Scott Grieger, Venice. CA. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Eileen Griffin, San Diego, CA. 1 976 Video $2,000 

Gary Griffin, Rochester, NY. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Robert Griffin, New York. NY. 1 987 Painting $1 5.000 

Thomasin Grim, Berkeley, CA. 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Nancy Grimes, Astoria, NY. 1 985 Painting $5,000 

Mineko Grimmer, Los Angeles. CA. 1986 Sculpture $5,000; 1993 New Genres $20,000 

Erik Gronborg, Las Vegas. NC. 1973 Crafts $3,000 

Deborah Groover, Athens. GA. 1992 Crafts $20,000 

Jan Groover, New York. NY. 1978 Photo $7,500; 1990 Photo $20,000 

Julie Gross, New York, NY. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Mimi Gross, New York, NY. 1 985 Painting $1 5.000 

Francoise Grossen, New York. NY. 1 977 Crafts $5,000 

Maurice Grossman, Tucson. AZ. 1 984 Crafts $1 5.000 

Nancy Grossman, New York, NY. 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Robert Grosvenor, East Patchogue. NY. 1969 Artist $5,000; 1976 Artist $5,000; 1984 

Sculpture $1 5.000 

Ronald Grow, Albuquerque, NM. 1973 Artist $7,500 

Vicky Grube, Kalona. IA. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

Leo Grucza, Champaign. IL 1982 Painting $5,000; 1983 Painting $15,000 

Slawomir Grunberg, University Park, IL. 1985 New Genres $5,000 

Barbara Grygutis, Tucson. AZ. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Sidney Guberman, Atlanta, GA. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Spence Guerin, Anchorage. AK. 1 980 Artist $1 0.000 

Dawn Guernsey, St. Louis. MO. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Teresina Guerra, Austin, TX. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Raul Guerrero, Santa Monica. CA. 1979 Photo $10,000 

Melody Guichet, Baton Rouge, LA. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Robert Guillot, Brooklyn. NY. 1981 Sculpture $4,000 

Sam Gummert, Dallas. TX. 1982 Painting $5,000; 1985 Painting $15,000 

Donald Gummer, New York, NY. 1976 Artist $5,000 

Karen Gunderman, Milwaukee. Wl. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Anthony Gunn, Suitland. MD. 1 984 Sculpture $5,000 

Ernest Gussella, New York. NY. 1 980 Video $3,000 

Pier Gustafson, Boston, MA. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Christopher Gustin, South Dartmouth. MA. 1 978 Crafts $7,500; 1 986 Crafts $5,000 

Elizabeth Gutierrez, Los Angeles, CA. 1 990 Sculpture $5,000 

Peter Gutkin, San Francisco. CA. 1 980 Artist $3,000; 1 984 Sculpture $1 5.000 

Steven Gwon, New York. NY. 1 979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Woody Gwyn, Galisteo, NM. 1978 Artist $7,500 



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Hans Haacke, New York. NY. 1 978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $7,500 

Richard Haas, New York, NY. 1978 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $7,500 

Ira Joel Haber, New York. NY. 1 974 Artist $3,000; 1 977 Artist $7500; 1 983 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Allan Hacklin, Houston. TX 1976 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000; 1980 Artist 



$3,000; 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Carol Haerer, Hoosick Falls. NY. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Marcia Hafif, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $10,000; 1989 Painting $15,000 

Kristi Hager, Butte. MT 1989 Painting $5,000 

Nancy Hagin, New York, NY. 1982 Painting $5,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Betty Hahn, Albuquerque, NM. 1979 Photo $10,000; 1982 Photo $25,000 

Jana Haimsohn, New York. NY. 1981 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $12,500 

James Hajicek, Mesa. AZ. 1979 Photo $10,000 

Stephen Hale, New York, NY 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Marcus Halevi, Cambridge. MA. 1992 Photo $20,000 

Nade Haley, Washington, DC. 1 980 Artist $3,000; 1 982 Sculpture $5,000 

Debra Hall, Venice. CA. 1977 Artist $3,000 

Doug Hall, San Francisco. CA. 1978 Video $3,000; 1985 New Genres $15,000: 

1 995 New Genres $20,000 

Jon Hall, Barrington. Rl. 1 980 Crafts $3,000 

Michael Hall, Salt Lake City. LIT. 1974 Artist $7,500; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Susan Hall, New York, NY. 1 979 Artist $1 0.000: 1 987 Printmaking/ Drawing/ 

Artists' Books $15,000 

Gary Hallman, Minneapolis. MN. 1 975 Photo $5,000 

Andre Haluska, Roeblmg, NJ. 1979 Photo $3,000 

Diana Hamar, Juneau, AK. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Lynn Hambrick-Lukas, Minneapolis, MN. 1991 Photo $5,000; 1992 Photo $20,000 

Ann Hamilton, Columbus, OH. 1993 New Genres $20,000 

Susan Hamlet, Stillwater, OK. 1979 Crafts $3,000; 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Wayne Hammer, Philadelphia, PA. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Wanda Hammerbeck, Oakland, CA. 1980 Photo $3,000; 1981 Photo $12,500 

Fred Hammersley, Albuquerque, NM. 1975 Artist $8,000: 1977 Artist $7,500 

William Hammersly, Richmond. VA. 1980 Crafts $3,000 

Harmony Hammond, New York. NY. 1 979 Artist $1 0.000: 1 983 Printmaking/Drawing/ 

Artists' Books $15,000 

Jane Hammond, New York. NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Mary Hammond, Athens. GA. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Red Hammond, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $4,000; 1987 Painting $5,000 

David Hammons, New York, NY. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $25,000 

Lloyd Hamrol, Los Angeles, CA. 1974 Artist $7,500; 1980 Artist $10,000; 

1 990 Sculpture $20,000 

Xin Han, Los Angeles, CA. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Vanessa Haney, New York. NY. 1 993 Painting $20,000 

Jack Hanley, Austin, TX. 1987 Painting $5,000 

David Hannah, San Francisco. CA. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Freya Hansell, New York. NY. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

James Lee Hansen, Boston. MA. 1987 Painting $5,000 

David Hanson, Billings. MT. 1986 Photo $5,000; 1994 Photo $20,000 

Jo Hanson, San Francisco. CA. 1977 Artist $7,500 

Lawrence Hanson, Bellington. WA. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Philip Hanson, Chicago. IL. 1 978 Artist $7,500; 1 983 Painting $1 5.000 

Marvin Harden, Los Angeles. CA. 1973 Artist $7,500 

Rodney Harder, New York. NY. 1990 Painting $5,000 

John Harding, San Francisco. CA. 1977 Photo $7,500 

Tim Harding, St Paul. MN. 1986 Crafts $15,000 

Richard Hardner, Brooklyn, NY. 1975 Artist $3,000 

Patricia Hardy, North Berwick. ME. 1976 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Chauncey Hare, Point Richmond, CA. 1975 Photo $5,000; 1978 Photo $7,500; 

1 982 Photo $25,000 

James Harmon, Castille. NY. 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Richard Harned, Columbus. OH. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Karen Harper, Bay Village. OH. 1 974 Artist $1 ,000 

Mark Harper, Philadelphia. PA. 1980 Photo $3,000; 1984 Photo $5,000 

William Harper, Tallahassee, FL. 1 974 Crafts $3,000; 1 978 Crafts $7,500; 

1 990 Crafts $20,000 

Anne Harris, South Portland. ME. 1993 Works On Paper $20,000 

Bob Harris, New York. NY. 1 980 Video $3,000 

Tracy Harris, DeSoto. TX. 1987 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000; 1989 

Works On Paper $5,000 

Anthony Harrison, New York, NY. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Newton Harrison, La Jolla. CA. 1975 Artist $8,000 

Claudia Hart, New York. NY. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Gordon Hart, New York. NY. 1975 Artist $2,000 

Willis Hartshorn, Brooklyn. NY 1981 Photo $12,500; 1986 Photo $15,000 



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Martha Haslanger, Cambridge, MA. 1976 Video $2,000 

Maren Hassinger, Los Angeles, CA. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Connie Hatch, Los Angeles, CA. 1982 Photo $5,000; 1991 New Genres $20,000 

Thomas Hatch, New York, NY. 1977 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 

1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Brower Hatcher, Diamond Point, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000; 1980 Artist $10,000; 

1990 Sculpture $20,000 

Walter Hatke, State College, PA. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Julius Hatofsky, San Francisco, CA. 1967 Artist $5,000; 1977 Artist $7,500 

Julian Hatton, Wayland, MA. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Susan Hauptman, Venice, CA. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000; 

1991 Works On Paper $20,000 

Joseph Havel, Houston, TX. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

John Hawthorne, Richmond, VA. 1 982 Crafts $5,000 

David Haxton, New York, NY. 1978 Video $7,500; 1980 Photo $3,000 

Jacqueline Hayden, Goshen, MA. 1994 Photo $20,000; 1993 Photo $5,000 

David Hayes, Salt Lake City, UT. 1 983 Video $5,000 

Nancy Haynes, Brooklyn, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000; 1989 Painting $5,000 

Ronald Hays, Brookline, MA. 1975 Video $8,000 

James Hayward, Moorpark, CA. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Sherry Healy, Chicago, IL 1986 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

David Heany, Atlanta, GA. 1 974 Artist $7,500 

Michael Hearn, Cleveland, OH. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Dennis Hearne, San Francisco, CA. 1975 Photo $5,000 

Charles Heasley, Cortland, NY. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Jane Heaven, Berkeley, CA. 1982 Crafts $5,000 

Rachel Hecker, Greenville, SC. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Wally Hedrick, Bodega, CA. 1968 Artist $5,000; 1982 Painting $5,000; 

1993 Painting $20,000 

Ana Lisa Hedstrom, Emeryville, CA. 1 982 Crafts $5,000; 1 988 Crafts $1 5,000 

Willy Heeks, New York, NY. 1 978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1 987 

Painting $5,000; 1989 Painting $15,000 

Julie Heffernan, Julian, PA. 1995 Works On Paper $20,000 

Philip Hefferton, Felton, CA. 1 978 Artist $7,500 

Mary Heilmann, New York, NY. 1 979 Artist $1 0,000; 1 987 Painting $1 5,000 

John Hein, Trenton, NJ. 1990 Crafts $5,000 

Robert Heinecken, Los Angeles, CA. 1977 Photo $7,500; 1981 Photo $1 2,500; 

1986 Photo $25,000 

Peter Heineman, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Al Held, New York, NY. 1969 Artist $5,000 

Nancy Hellebrand, Philadelphia, PA. 1984 Photo $15,000 

Pamela Heller, Brooklyn, NY. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Preston Heller, Englishtown, NJ. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Susanna Heller, Brooklyn, NY. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Suzanne Hellmuth/Jock Reynolds, Washington, DC. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New 

Genres $7,500; 1 986 Photo $1 5,000 

Robert Helm, Pullman, WA. 1 985 Painting $1 5,000 

Phoebe Helman, New York, NY. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $25,000 

Harold Helwig, Buffalo, NY. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

Richard Helzer, Bozeman, MT. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Adele Henderson, Buffalo, NY. 1 995 Works On Paper $20,000 

Carl Henderson, Atlanta, GA. 1981 Sculpture $4,000 

Edward Henderson, Stony Point, NY. 1989 Works On Paper $15,000 

Mike Henderson, Oakland, CA. 1 978 Artist $7,500; 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 

Victor Henderson, Venice, CA. 1 983 Painting $1 5,000 

Maxwell Hendler, Santa Monica, CA. 1975 Artist $4,000 

David Hendricks, Chicago, IL. 1977 Artist $7,500; 1980 Printmaking/ 

Drawing/Artists' Books $10,000 

Geoffrey Hendricks, New York, NY. 1976 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $10,000 

Kenneth Hendry, Ft. Collins, CO. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Donna Henes, Brooklyn, NY. 1982 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 

James Henkel, Minneapolis, MN. 1980 Photo $10,000 

Jan Henle, St. Croix, VI. 1989 New Genres $5,000 

Lois Hennessey, Baltimore, MD. 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Biff Henrich, Buffalo, NY. 1980 Photo $3,000; 1984 Photo $5,000 

Dale Henry, Bullville, NY. 1982 Painting $25,000 

Diane Henry, Chicago, IL. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

John Henry, Chicago, IL. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Patti Henry, San Jose, CA. 1975 Crafts $5,000 



Caspar Henselmann, New York, NY. 1979 Artist $10,000; 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Richard Hensley, Floyd, VA. 1986 Crafts $15,000 

Tony Hepburn, Alfred Station, NY. 1 984 Crafts $1 5.000 

Carol Hepper, New York, NY. 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

James Herbert, Athens, GA. 1 982 Painting $25,000 

Pinkney Herbert, Brooklyn, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Susan Hereford, Portland, OR. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Alan Herman, New York, NY. 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Roger Herman, Los Angeles, CA. 1982 Painting $5,000; 1989 Painting $5,000 

Joel Hermann, Hobart, IN. 1976 Video $5,000 

Marcy Hermansader, Brartleboro, VT. 1977 Artist $3,000 

George Herms, Venice, CA. 1968 Artist $5,000; 1977 Artist $7,500; 

1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Anthony Hernandez, Los Angeles, CA. 1975 Photo $5,000; 1978 Photo $7,500; 

1980 Photo $10,000 

John Hernandez, Dallas, TX. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Sam Hernandez, San Jose, CA. 1 984 Sculpture $1 5,000 

Frank Herrera, Shenandoah Junction, WV. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Linda Herritt, Boulder, CO. 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Lynn Hershman, 1991 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $20,000 

Paul Herzoff, Pleasant Hill, CA. 1971 Photo $2,500; 1973 Photo $3,500 

Allen Hess, Boston, MA. 1981 Photo $12,500; 1990 Photo $20,000 

Scott Hess, Los Angeles, CA. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Marc Hessel, Center Hall, PA. 1 975 Photo $5,000 

Paul Hester, Houston, TX. 1 973 Photo $ 1 500; 1 980 Photo $3,000 

Sue Hettmansperger, Alburquerque, NM. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Steven Heyman, Chicago, IL. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Julia Heyward, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $1,000; 1976 Video $2,000; 1979 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1981 Video $12,500 

Patricia Hickman, Honolulu, HI. 1994 Crafts $20,000 

Wayne Higby, Alfred Station, NY. 1973 Crafts $3,000; 1977 Crafts $5,000; 

1 988 Crafts $1 5,000 

Kathryn High, Brooklyn, NY. 1995 New Genres $20,000 

Timothy High, Austin, TX. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Jene Highstein, Salem, NY. 1976 Artist $2,000; 1977 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books 

$5,000; 1978 Artist $7,500; 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

John Hilgert, St. Louis, MO. 1988 Photo $5,000 

Charles Hill, Venice, CA. 1976 Artist $2,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Clinton Hill, New York, NY. 1976 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000; 

1980 Artist $10,000 

Daniel G. Hill, New York, NY. 1993 Painting $2,000 

Daniel A Hill, Brooklyn, NY. 1975 Artist $2,000 

Edward Hill, Houston, TX. 1973 Photo $1,500 

Gary Hill, Seattle, WA. 1979 Video $3,000; 1985 New Genres $5,000; 1987 New Genres 

$1 5,000; 1 993 New Genres $20,000 

James Hill, New York, NY. 1982 Sculpture $25,000 

Robin Hill, Brooklyn, NY. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Candace Hill-Montgomery, New York, NY. 1981 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres 

$4,000; 1983 Conceptual/ Performance/ New Genres $5,000 

Ed/Suzanne Hill/Bloom, Houston. TX. 1992 Photo $20,000 

Susan Hiller, Coral Gables, FL. 1 981 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $1 2.500 

Eric Hilton, Odessa, NY. 1981 Crafts $1 2,500 

John Himmelfarb, Oak Park, IL. 1982 Painting $5,000; 1985 Printmaking/ 

Drawing/Artists' Books $1 5,000 

Charles Hindes, Iowa City, IA. 1 976 Crafts $5,000 

Kay Hines, New York, NY. 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $12,500 

Charles Hinman, New York, NY 1980 Artist $10,000 

Herbert Hintze, Cambridge. Wl. 1990 Crafts $5,000 

Anne Hirondelle, Port Townsend. WA. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Gilah Hirsch, Venice, CA. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Jim Hirschfield, Chapel Hill, NC. 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Stewart Hitch, New York. NY. 1987 Painting $15,000; 1993 Painting $20,000 

Lin Hixson, Chicago, IL. 1985 New Genres $5,000; 1987 New Genres $5,000; 

1 989 New Genres $1 5.000 

Thomas Hoadley, Lansborough. MA 1990 Crafts $5,000; 1992 Crafts $20,000 

Joe Hobbs, Norman, OK. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 

1980 Artist $10,000 

Perry Hoberman, Brooklyn. NY 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Louis Hock, Cardiff. CA. 1974 Artist $1,000; 1981 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres 



$1 2,500; 1 985 New Genres $1 5,000 

Rick Hock, Rochester, NY. 1980 Photo $3,000; 1988 Photo $5,000 

Ralph Hocking, Newark Valley, NY. 1982 Video $25,000 

Christopher Hodge, Trumansburg, NY. 1 981 Crafts $1 2,500 

Arnold Hoffman, East Hampton, NY. 1975 Pnntmaking/ Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

George Hofmann, Worcester, NY. 1976 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Patrick Hogan, Los Angeles, CA. 1976 Artist $2,000; 1980 Artist $10,000; 

1985 Paintrng $25,000 

Eileen Hohmuth-Lemonick, Princeton, NJ. 1992 Photo $20,000 

Jan Holcomb, Pascoag. Rl. 1 979 Crafts $1 0,000; 1 988 Crafts $1 5,000 

Barry Holden, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Kenneth Holder, Bloomington, IL. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Fred Holland, New York, NY. 1987 New Genres $5,000; 1989 New Genres $5,000 

Tom Holland, Berkeley. CA. 1975 Artist $8,000 

Frank Holliday, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Douglas Hollis, San Francisco, CA. 1980 Artist $10,000; 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

David Holmes, Milwaukee, Wl. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Jacqui Holmes, New York, NY. 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $4,000 

Robert Holmgren, San Francisco, CA. 1984 Photo $5,000 

Thomas Holste, Orange. CA. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Nancy Holt, New York, NY. 1 975 Video $8,000; 1 978 Video $7,500; 

1988 Sculpture $15,000 

Chuck Holtzman, Boston, MA. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

David Holzman, Dayton, OH. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Eric Holzman, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Mei-Ling Horn, Philadelphia, PA. 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Coille Hooven, Berkeley, CA. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Budd Hopkins, New York, NY. 1 979 Artist $1 0,000 

William Hoppe, Seattle, WA. 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $12,500 

Andrew Horn, New York, NY. 1 987 New Genres $5,000 

Roni Horn, Brooklyn, NY. 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 1986 Sculpture $5,000; 

1990 Sculpture $20,000 

George Horner, Brooklyn. NY. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

Beth Horowitz, New York, NY. 1 976 Video $2,000 

Kate Horsfield, New York, NY. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Patrick Horsley, Portland, OR. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

David Horton, Warwick, NY. 1 985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Channa Horwitz, Hidden Hill, CA. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Jane Hosticka, Chicago, IL. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Klindt Houlberg, Chicago, IL. 1 980 Crafts $1 0,000 

Suda House, Los Angeles. CA. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Robert Hout, New York, NY. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Mildred Howard, Berkeley, CA. 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Robert Howard, Chapel Hill, NC. 1 973 Artist $7,500 

Graham Howe, Pasadena, CA. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Robert Hower, Louisville, KY. 1990 Photo $20,000 

Rebecca Howland, New York, NY. 1 981 Sculpture $1 2,500; 1 995 Painting $20,000 

Sharron Howlett, Norman, OK. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Tishan Hsu, Brooklyn. NY. 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Mary Lee Hu, Seattle, WA. 1976 Crafts $5,000; 1984 Crafts $15,000; 1992 Crafts $20,000 

Sandria Hu, Stanford, CA. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

David Huchthousen, Smithville, TN. 1982 Crafts $5,000 

Thomas Hucker, Charlestown, MA. 1982 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $15,000 

Hudson, Chicago, IL 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 

Judith Hudson, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $4,000 

Robert Hudson, San Francisco. CA. 1 973 Artist $7,500 

Douglas Huebler, Newhall. CA. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1980 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1983 Conceptual/Performance/ 

New Genres $15,000 

Dorothy Hughes, Winnetka, IL 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Helene Hui, New York, NY. 1 977 Artist $7,500 

Ka Kwong Hui, Jamesburg, NJ. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Crystal Huie, New York, NY. 1 973 Photo $5,000 

Peter Hujar, New York. NY. 1977 Photo $7,500; 1980 Photo $10,000 

John Hull, Baltimore, MD. 1982 Painting $5,000; 1983 Painting $5,000; 1985 Painting 

$5,000; 1987 Painting $5,000 

Shelly Hull, Baltimore. MD. 1983 Painting $5,000 

John Hultberg, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $1 2.500 

Richard Hume, Boulder. CO. 1976 Photo $7,500; 1978 Photo $7,500 



David Humphrey, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000; 1995 Painting $20,000 

Margo Humphrey, Oakland, CA. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000; 1985 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Nene Humphrey, New York, NY. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Su-Chen Hung, San Francisco, CA. 1987 New Genres $5,000 

Jerry Hunt, Canton, TX. 1 985 New Genres $1 5.000 

Jim Huntington, Brooklyn, NY. 1 980 Artist $1 0,000; 1 984 Sculpture $1 5,000 

Abby Huntoon, South Portland, ME. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Denzil Hurley, Amherst, MA. 1989 Painting $5,000; 1993 Painting $20,000 

Michael Hurson, Chicago, IL. 1 974 Artist $7,500; 1 980 Artist $1 0,000 

Lynn Hurst, Houston. TX. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Michael Hurwitz, Philadelphia, PA. 1988 Crafts $5,000; 1990 Crafts $5,000; 

1 992 Crafts $20,000 

Terry Husebye, Santa Fe. NM. 1981 Photo $4,000 

Peter Hutchinson, New York, NY. 1975 Artist $4,000 

William Hutson, San Antonio, TX. 1974 Artist $7500 

Frances Hynes, Bayside, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000 



Mildred latrou, New York, NY. 1980 Video $3,000 

Miyoko Ichiyasu, Chicago, IL. 1973 Artist $7,500 

Takahiko limura, New York. NY. 1980 Video $3,000 

Shiro Ikegawa, Altadena, CA. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000; 1981 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $12,500 

Jonathan Imber, Somerville. MA. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Birney Imes, Columbus, MS. 1984 Photo $5,000; 1988 Photo $15,000 

Kim Ingraham, Bmghamton, NY. 1983 Video $5,000 

William Insley, Oberlin, OH. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Kent Ipsen, Richmond, VA. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

David Ireland, San Francisco. CA. 1978 Artist $7,500; 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New 

Genres $25,000 

Jane Irish, Rushing. NY. 1981 Painting $4,000 

Robert Irwin, Los Angeles, CA. 1973 Artist $7,500 

Doug Ischar, Chicago. IL. 1992 Photo $20,000 

Jim Isermann, Hollywood. CA. 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 1987 Painting $5,000 

Michi Itami, Berkeley, CA. 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $12,500 

Michiko Itatani, Chicago. IL. 1980 Artist $3,000 

The Estate of Diane Itter, Baltimore. MD. 1977 Crafts $5,000; 1979 Crafts $10,000; 

1984 Crafts $15,000 

Peter Ivers, Los Angeles, CA. 1980 Conceptual/ Performance/ New Genres $3,000 

Susan Iverson, Richmond, VA. 1979 Crafts $10,000 

Ron Ives, Norfolk, VA. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Bill Ivey, Seattle, WA. 1 967 Artist $5,000 

Kiyomi Iwata, Upper Grand View, NY. 1986 Crafts $15,000 

Kenro Izu, New York, NY. 1 984 Photo $1 5.000 



Alfredo Jaar, New York, NY. 1 987 New Genres $5,000; 1 992 Photo $20,000 

Joseph Jachna, Oak Lawn, IL. 1976 Photo $7,500 

Oliver Jackson, Sacramento. CA. 1 980 Artist $1 0,000 

William Jackson, Richmond. VA. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Martha Jackson-Jarvis, Washington, DC. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Lotte Jacobi, Deering, NH. 1977 Photo $7,500 

Feme Jacobs, Los Angeles. CA. 1 973 Crafts $3,000; 1 977 Crafts $5,000; 

1990 Crafts $20,000 

Carl Jacobson, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Jeff Jacobson, Staten Island, NY. 1 990 Photo $5,000 

Susana Jacobson, New Haven, CT. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Jerald Jacquard, Bloomington, IN. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Susan Jahoda, Berkeley Heights, NJ. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Michael James, Somerset Village, MA. 1978 Crafts $7,500; 1988 Crafts $15,000 

Alex Jamison, Washington, DC. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Judith Jampel, New York. NY. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Glenn Jampol, Oakland, CA. 1 982 Painting $5,000 

Jan Janeiro, Oakland, CA. 1984 Crafts $5,000 

Ronald Janowich, New York, NY. 1 976 Artist $2,000; 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 

Joel Janowitz, Watertown, MA. 1976 Artist $2,000; 1982 Painting $5,000 

Angela Jansen, New York, NY. 1 974 Pnntmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Catherine Jansen, Wyncote. PA. 1982 Photo $5,000 



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Virginia Jaramillo, 1 973 Artist $7,500 

Valerie Jaudon, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Douglas Jeck, Chicago, IL 1 990 Crafts $5,000; 1 992 Crafts $20,000 

Thomas Jenkins, Santa Monica, CA. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Ulysses Jenkins, Los Angeles, CA. 1980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 

1982 Video $25,000 

William Jenkins, Rochester, NY. 1979 Photo $10,000 

Ulysses Jenkins, Jr., Inglewood, CA. 1995 New Genres $20,000 

Bill Jensen, New York, NY. 1 985 Painting $1 5,000; 1 993 Works On Paper $20,000 

Judy Jensen, Austin, TX. 1 986 Crafts $5,000 

Len Jenshel, Little Neck, NY. 1 978 Photo $7,500 

Miles Jermanovich, San Francisco, CA. 1977 Photo $7,500 

Marjorie Jervis/Susie Krasnican, Falls Church, VA. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

John Jesurun, New York, NY. 1 987 New Genres $5,000 

Luis Jimenez, Hondo, NM. 1977 Artist $7,500; 1988 Sculpture $25,000 

Juanita Jimenez-Mizuno, Los Angeles, CA. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Suzanne Joelson, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Patricia Johanson, Buskirk, NY. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Lawrence John, Pacific Palisades, CA. 1 976 Photo $7,500 

Marian John, Elton, LA. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

Clifford Johnson, Stoughton, Wl. 1 974 Crafts $3,000 

David Johnson, Minneapolis, MN. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Dean Johnson, Cheyenne, WY. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Don Johnson, New City, NY. 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Jerome Johnson, Carmichael, CA. 1974 Artist $7,500 

Ralph Johnson, Sacramento, CA. 1977 Artist $7,500 

Raymond Johnson, Locust Valley, NY. 1 977 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $1 0,000; 

1985 Painting $15,000 

Virginia Johnson, New York, NY. 1 973 Artist $7,500 

Robyn Johnson-Ross, Washington, DC. 1987 Painting $1 5,000 

Randy Johnston, River Falls, Wl. 1 978 Crafts $7,500; 1 990 Crafts $20,000 

Ynez Johnston, Los Angeles, CA. 1 976 Artist $2,000; 1 985 Painting $1 5,000 

Joan Jonas, New York, NY. 1 975 Video $4,000; 1 978 Video $7,500; 1 980 Video $1 0,000; 

1 983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $1 5,000; 1 991 New Genres $20,000 
Benjamin Jones, Newark, NJ. 1974 Artist $7,500 

Christopher Jones, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $3,000 

David Jones, San Francisco, CA. 1 974 Artist $3,000 

Fay Jones, Seattle, WA. 1 983 Painting $1 5,000; 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 

Harold Jones, Tucson, AZ. 1978 Photo $7,500 

Howard Jones, St. Louis, MO. 1976 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 

Jerry Jones, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Kim Jones, Boston, MA. 1986 Sculpture $15,000; 1993 New Genres $20,000 

Otis Jones, Dallas, TX. 1 982 Painting $5,000 

Pirkle Jones, Mill Valley, CA. 1977 Photo $7,500 

Robert Jones, Emeryville, CA. 1 984 Sculpture $5,000 

Ronald Jones, Sewanee, TN. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 

Kristin/Andrew Jones/Ginzel, New York, NY. 1986 Sculpture $5,000; 

1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Raymond Jonson, Albuquerque, NM. 1973 Artist $7,500 

Kenneth Josephson, Chicago, IL. 1975 Photo $5,000; 1979 Photo $10,000 

Donald Judd, New York, NY. 1967 Artist $5,000; 1976 Artist $10,000 

Susan Julien, Chicago, IL. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Brandt Junceau, Brooklyn, NY. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Julio Juristo, Temple Terrace, FL. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Nancy Jurs, Scottsville, NY. 1973 Crafts $3,000; 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Gary Justis, Chicago, IL. 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 1990 Sculpture $5,000 



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Roderick Kagan, Ketchum, ID. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Paul Kagawa, San Francisco, CA. 1977 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Barry Kahn, Minneapolis, MN. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Ellen/Lynda Kahn, New York, NY. 1980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Katie Kahn, Houston, TX. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Ned Kahn, San Francisco, CA. 1990 Sculpture $5,000; 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Robin Kahn, New York, NY 1989 Painting $5,000 

Stephen Kahn, Malibu, CA. 1980 Photo $10,000 

Tamarra Kaida, Mesa, AZ. 1986 Photo $5,000 

Richard Kalina, New York, NY. 1991 Works On Paper $20,000 

Howard Kalish, New York, NY. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 



Kreg Kallenberger, Tulsa, OK. 1984 Crafts $5,000 

Steve Kaltenbach, Woodland, CA. 1978 Artist $7,500 

Ben Kamihira, Philadelphia, PA. 1974 Artist $7,500 

Richard Kamler, San Anselmo. CA. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 

Deborah Kamy, Boston, MA. 1981 Painting $4,000 

Bill Kane, San Francisco, CA. 1981 Photo $12,500; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Jun Kaneko, Bloomfield Hills, Ml. 1979 Crafts $10,000; 1984 Crafts $25,000 

Lisa Kanemoto, San Francisco, CA. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Robin Kaneshiro, Berkeley, CA. 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $4,000 

Tim Kanton, Sarasota, FL. 1973 Photo $2,000 

Morris Kantor, New City, NY. 1 969 Artist $5,000 

Ruth Kao, Cedar Falls, IA. 1 973 Crafts $3,000 

Annette Kaplan, Oakland, CA. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

lleen Kaplan, Ithaca, NY. 1987 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

R. L. Kaplan, New York, NY. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

Allan Kaprow, Pasadena, CA. 1974 Artist $7,500; 

1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $10,000 

Karen Karnes, Morgan, VT. 1 976 Crafts $5,000; 1 988 Crafts $25,000 

Mark Karnes, Baltimore, MD. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Diane Karol, New York, NY. 1 979 Artist $3,000 

Frederick Karoly, New York, NY. 1 969 Artist $5,000 

Terrance Karpowicz, Chicago, IL. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Donald Karwelis, Santa Ana, CA. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Kenneth Kashian, Normal, IL. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Chester Kasnowski, New Orleans, LA. 1 974 Artist $3,000 

Deborah Kass, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Jacob Kass, Key Largo, FL. 1981 Painting $4,000 

Ray Kass, Chnsiiansburg, VA. 1 981 Painting $1 2,500 

Barbara Kasten, Inglewood, CA. 1978 Photo $7,500 

Aleksandra Kasuba, New York, NY. 1982 Crafts $25,000 

Joel Katz, Brooklyn, NY. 1995 New Genres $20,000 

Leandro Katz, New York, NY. 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Mel Katz, Portland, OR. 1 975 Artist $4,000 

Michael Katz, Miami, FL. 1979 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $10,000 

Craig Kaufman, Venice, CA. 1968 Artist $5,000 

Glen Kaufman, Athens, GA. 1976 Crafts $5,000; 1990 Crafts $20,000 

Jane Kaufman, New York, NY. 1979 Artist $10,000; 1989 Painting $15,000 

Kenneth Kaufman, Van Nuys, CA. 1 989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Reed Kay, Brookline, MA. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Toshi Kazama, New York, NY. 1988 Photo $5,000 

Brian Kazlov, New York. NY. 1 983 Painting $1 5,000 

KazukoJ New York, NY. 1 979 Artist $1 0,000 

Hilja Keading, Los Angeles, CA. 1989 New Genres $5,000 

Jerry Kearnes, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $3,000 

David Keating, Albuquerque, NM. 1994 Photo $20,000 

Mary Keck, Providence, Rl. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Pamela Keech, Elyria, OH. 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

David Keene, Arlington, TX. 1 976 Crafts $5,000 

Bayat Keerl, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $4,000; 1987 Painting $15,000 

Robert Kehlmann, Berkeley. CA. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Patrice Kehoe, Hyattsville, MD. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Stephen Keister, New York. NY. 1988 Sculpture $15,000 

Germaine Keller, New York, NY. 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Kathryn Keller, Sacramento. CA. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Martha Keller, New York. NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Deborah Kelley, San Antonio, TX. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Mike Kelley, Los Angeles, CA. 1985 New Genres $15,000 

James Kelly, New York, NY. 1977 Artist $7,500 

Mary Kelly, Snyder, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1982 Sculpture $5,000; 

1 987 New Genres $1 5,000 

Maureen Kelman, Providence, Rl. 1990 Crafts $5,000 

Authur Kemble, Washington Crossing, PA. 1974 Pnntmaking/Drawmg/Artists' Books $3,000 

Susan Kemenyffy, Albion, PA. 1973 Crafts $3,000; 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Marilyn Kemppainen, Los Angeles, CA. 1979 Video $3,000 

Melvin S. Kendrick, New York, NY. 1976 Artist $2,000; 1978 Artist $7,500; 1981 Sculpture 

$12,500; 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Mary Kenealy, Hartford. CT. 1 989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Brigid Kennedy, New York. NY 1979 Artist $3,000. 1980 Artist $3,000; 

1982 Sculpture $5,000 



Gene Kennedy, Oakland, CA. 1 984 Photo $5,000 

Thomas Kenny, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $4,000 

Jane Kent, New York, NY. 1 989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Hugh Kepets, New York, NY. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Deans Keppel, New York, NY. 1 983 Video $5,000 

Gwenael Kerlidou, Brooklyn, NY. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Robert Kerns, New York, NY. 1 977 Artist $7,500 

Charles Kessler, Venice, CA. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Jon Kessler, Brooklyn, NY. 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Cavalliere Ketchum, Madison, Wl. 1977 Photo $7,500 

Richard Kevorkian, Richmond, VA. 1973 Artist $7,500 

William Keyser, Rush, NY. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

Constance Kheel, Tenant's Harbor, ME. 1992 Painting $5,000; 1987 Painting $15,000 

Alan Kikuchi-Yngojo, New York, NY. 1 981 Photo $1 2,500 

Lance Kiland, Minneapolis, MN. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Timothy Kilby, Sperryville, VA. 1981 Photo $4,000 

Byron Kim, Brooklyn, NY. 1995 Painting $20,000 

Cheonae Kim, Murphysboro, IL 1993 Painting $20,000 

Jin Soo Kim, Evanston, IL. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Elizabeth King, Richmond, VA. 1988 Sculpture $15,000 

John King, New York, NY. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Ray King, Philadelphia, PA. 1 982 Crafts $5,000; 1 984 Crafts $1 5,000 

Anne Kingsbury, Milwaukee, Wl. 1 976 Crafts $5,000 

Brent Kington, Makanda, IL. 1 974 Crafts $3,000; 1 981 Crafts $1 2,500 

Patricia Kinsella, San Rafael, CA. 1982 Crafts $5,000 

Louis Kirchner, Long Island City, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Chris Kirk, New York, NY. 1979 Artist $3,000 

Lawrence Kirkland, Portland, OR. 1981 Crafts $12,500 

Bernard Kirschenbaum, New York, NY. 1 976 Artist $5,000; 1 981 Sculpture $1 2,500 

Nancy Kitchel, New York, NY. 1 975 Artist $4,000 

Roger Kizik, Boston, MA. 1 982 Painting $5,000 

Elizabeth Klavun, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $7,500 

Daniel Kleeman, Brooklyn, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Alan Kleiman, New York, NY. 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 

Jody Klein, Waban, MA. 1 984 Crafts $1 5,000 

Rodger Klein, Venice, CA. 1976 Video $2,000 

Ron Klein, Glenside, PA. 1981 Sculpture $4,000 

Alexandra Kleinbard, Havana, FL. 1979 Artist $3,000; 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Vera Klement, Chicago, IL. 1 987 Painting $1 5,000 

Mark Klett, Tempe, AZ. 1980 Photo $3,000; 1982 Photo $5,000; 1984 Photo $15,000 

Stuart Klipper, Minneapolis, MN. 1979 Photo $10,000 

Carole Ann Klonarides, Brooklyn, NY. 1987 New Genres $5,000 

Carole Ann Klonarides/Michael Owen, New York, NY. 1991 New Genres $20,000 

Suzanne Klotz-Reilly, Phoenix, AZ. 1 976 Crafts $5,000; 1 979 Crafts $1 0,000 

Richard Knapp, Albuquerque, NM. 1979 Photo $3,000 

Lewis Knauss, Macungie, PA. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Jonathan Knight, Venice, CA. 1987 New Genres $15,000 

Gerhardt Knodel, Bloomfield Hills, Ml. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Karen Knorr, London, England, . 1986 Photo $5,000 

Christopher Knowles, New York, NY. 1978 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Charlene Knowlton, Los Angeles, CA. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Michael Knutson, Seattle, WA. 1 982 Painting $5,000 

John Koch, Albuquerque, NM. 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Mia Kodani, Oakland, CA. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Mary Koga, Chicago, IL. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Paul Kohl, San Francisco, CA. 1 976 Photo $7,500 

Misch Kohn, Castro Valley, CA. 1980 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $10,000 

John Kohring, Concord, MA. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Silvia Kolbowski, New York, NY. 1 989 New Genres $5,000 

Vitaly Komar/Alexander Melamid, New York, NY. 1982 Conceptual/Performance/ 

New Genres $25,000 

Milton Komisar, Boston, MA. 1 982 Sculpture $5,000 

Richard Kooyman, Frankfort, Ml. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Silas Kopf, Northampton, MA. 1988 Crafts $15,000 

Steve Koplan, High Fall, NY. 1 978 Video $3,000 

Harriet Korman, Richmond, VA. 1974 Artist $3,000; 1987 Painting $15,000; 

1993 Painting $20,000 

Beryl Korot, New York, NY. 1 975 Video $2,000; 1 977 Video $7,500; 1 979 Video $1 0,000 

Paul Kos, Soda Springs, CA. 1 974 Artist $3,000; 1 976 Video $1 0,000; 1 982 Video 



$25,000; 1993 New Genres $20,000 

Hirokazu Kosaka, Los Angeles, CA. 1987 New Genres $5,000 

Leonard Koscianski, Annapolis, MD. 1985 Painting $5,000; 1989 Painting $5,000 

Elliot Kosloff, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Jim Koss, Westchester, IL. 1983 Pnntmaking/ Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Richard Kostelanetz, New York, NY. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Michihiro Kosuge, Portland, OR. 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Jennifer Kotter, La Jolla, CA. 1 979 Video $3,000 

Howard Kottler, Seattle, WA. 1 975 Crafts $5,000 

Paul Kotula, Huntington Woods, Ml. 1990 Crafts $5,000; 1992 Crafts $20,000 

Josef Koudelka, New York, NY. 1 980 Photo $1 0,000 

Aris Koutroulis, New York, NY. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Ronald Kovatch, Urbana, IL. 1990 Crafts $5,000 

Dennis Kowalski, Chicago, IL. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Solange Kowert, Sherwood, OR. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Joyce Kozloff, New York, NY. 1977 Artist $7,500; 1985 Printmaking/ 

Drawing/Artists' Books $1 5,000 

George Kozmon, Cleveland Heights, OH. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Melanie Kozol, Cohasset, MA. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Arnold Kramer, Washington, DC. 1975 Photo $5,000; 1979 Photo $10,000 

Harry Kramer, New York, NY. 1 982 Painting $25,000 

Louise Kramer, Massapequa, NY. 1977 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Margia Kramer, New York, NY. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000; 1982 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000; 1 989 Works On Paper $1 5,000 

Peter Krasnow, Los Angeles, CA. 1 977 Artist $7,500 

George Krause, Houston, TX. 1 973 Photo $5,000; 1 979 Photo $1 0,000 

Jerome Krause, Quebec, ON. 1 981 Photo $1 2,500 

Rockne Krebs, Washington, DC. 1971 Artist $7,500 

Margo Kren, Manhattan, KS. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Salem Krieger, Hoboken, NJ. 1987 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Mitchell Kriegman, New York, NY. 1 979 Video $3,000; 1 980 Video $3,000; 

1983 Video $15,000 

Irving Kriesberg, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Les Krims, Buffalo, NY. 1971 Photo $2,000; 1973 Photo $2,500; 1977 Photo $7,500 

Harry Krizan, Fleetwood, PA. 1982 Painting $5,000; 1985 Painting $5,000 

Jill Kroesen, New York, NY. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $15,000 

Linda Kroff, Charlotte, NO 1994 Photo $20,000 

Marilyn Kroplick, New York, NY. 1973 Photo $2,500 

Jonathan Krout, Taos, NM. 1981 Crafts $1 2,500 

Barbara Kruger, Los Angeles, CA. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $15,000 

Fred Krughoff, Webster Groves, MO. 1 975 Video $2,000 

Michael Krugman, Mornstown, NJ. 1976 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $2,000 

Shigeko Kubota, New York, NY. 1 976 Video $2,000; 1 978 Video $7,500; 1 980 Video 

$1 0,000; 1 987 New Genres $1 5,000 

Francis Kuehn, New York, NY. 1982 Painting $5,000 

Gary Kuehn, Glen Gardner, NJ. 1967 Artist $5,000; 1977 Artist $7,500 

Claudia Kuehnl, New Paltz, NY. 1 975 Crafts $5,000 

Suzanne Kuffler, Newton, MA. 1 978 Video $7,500 

Ronald Kuivila, Middletown, CT. 1985 New Genres $5,000 

Heidi Kumao, Syracuse, NY. 1 992 Photo $20,000 

Carol Kumata, Pittsburgh, PA. 1981 Crafts $4,000; 1984 Crafts $15,000 

Ted Kurahara, New York, NY. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Tetsuo Kusana, Logan, UT. 1 976 Crafts $5,000 

Jane Kutzer, Oakland, CA. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Takaaki Kuwayama, New York, NY. 1969 Artist $5,000 

Jerry Kwan, New York, NY. 1 995 Painting $20,000 

Paul Kwilecki, Bambridge, GA. 1980 Photo $10,000 

Eva Kwong, Kent, OH. 1988 Crafts $5,000 



Joan La Barbara, New York, NY. 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $10,000 

Tony Labat, San Francisco, CA. 1983 Video $5,000; 1987 New Genres $15,000 

Leslie Labowitz, Venice, CA. 1982 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 

Thomas Lacagnina, Alfred, NY. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Johannes Lacher, Los Angeles, CA. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Stephen Lack, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $15,000; 1993 Painting $20,000 

David Lackey, Columbia, SC. 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Jane Lackey, Kansas City, MO. 1984 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $15,000 

Suzanne Lacy, Oakland, CA. 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1981 



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Conceptual/ Performance/ New Genres $12,500; 1985 New Genres $15,000; 

1993 New Genres $20,000 

Gabriel Laderman, New York, NY. 1982 Painting $25,000; 1987 Painting $15,000 

Cheryl Laemmle, New York, NY. 1985 Painting $5,000; 1987 Painting $5,000 

Gyongy Laky, Berkeley, CA. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Gina Lamb, Inglewood, CA. 1991 New Genres $20,000 

Ellen Land-Weber, Areata, CA. 1975 Photo $5,000; 1980 Photo $10,000; 

1982 Photo $25,000 

Alan Lande, Seattle, WA. 1979 Video $3,000; 1985 New Genres $5,000 

Mary Landi, Kalmazoo, Ml. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Richard Landis, Globe, AZ. 1 977 Crafts $5,000 

Richard Landry, New York, NY. 1 976 Video $5,000 

Lois Lane, New York, NY. 1978 Artist $7,500 

William Lane, Long Beach, CA. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Randolph Langenbach, Cambridge, MA. 1971 Photo $2,000 

Bernard Langlais, Thomaston, ME. 1977 Artist $7,500 

Ragnhild Langlet, Sausalito, CA. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Edna Langley, Elton, LA. 1 976 Crafts $5,000 

Dean Langworthy, Chicago, IL 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Terence LaNoue, New York, NY. 1 973 Artist $7,500; 1 983 Painting $1 5,000 

Ellen Lanyon, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $7,500; 1 987 Painting $1 5,000 

Louis Lanzano, New York, NY. 1979 Photo $10,000 

Beth Lapides, New York, NY. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000; 

1 985 New Genres $5,000 

Benje LaRico, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $15,000 

Lynda LaRoche, Bloomington, IN. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Edward Larson, Libertyville, IL. 1981 Crafts $12,500 

Philip Larson, Minneapolis, MN. 1979 Artist $3,000; 1981 Sculpture $12,500 

William Larson, Collegeville, PA. 1971 Photo $ 1500; 1980 Photo $10,000; 1986 Photo 

$15,000; 1992 Photo $20,000 

Pat Lasch, New York, NY. 1980 Sculpture $10,000 

Jonathan Lasker, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000; 1989 Painting $15,000 

Geoffrey Lasko, Manitou Springs, CO. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

David Lasry, New York, NY. 1 993 Painting $20,000 

Paul Laster, New York, NY. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000; 

1 989 New Genres $5,000 

Dennis Laszuk, Chicago, IL. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Barbara Latham, Chicago, IL. 1980 Video $3,000 

Barbara Lattanzi, Buffalo, NY. 1 984 Photo $5,000 

Stephen Laub, New York. NY. 1978 Conceptual/ Performance/ New Genres $3,000 

Susan Laufer, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Ruth Laug, Santa Monica, CA. 1 977 Crafts $5,000 

Clarence Laughlin, New Orleans, LA. 1973 Photo $5,000; 1976 Photo $7,500 

Bruno LaVerdiere, Hadley, NY. 1976 Crafts $5,000; 1990 Crafts $20,000 

Jenny Lavin, Brooklyn, NY. 1 995 Works On Paper $20,000 

Louise Lawler, New York, NY. 1 984 Photo $1 5,000 

Matthew Lawrence, Lancaster. PA. 1 995 Works On Paper $20,000 

Thomas Lawson, Brooklyn, NY. 1982 Painting $5,000; 1985 Painting $5,000; 

1989 Painting $15,000 

Carol Lawton, Fremont, CA. 1 982 Photo $5,000 

James Lawton, Penland, NC 1984 Crafts $5,000; 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Arthur Lazar, Albuquerque, NM. 1973 Photo $4,000 

Dexter Lazenby, Boston, MA. 1 986 Sculpture $5,000 

Wayne Lazorik, Albuquerque, NM. 1976 Photo $7,500; 1980 Photo $10,000 

Margaret Lazzari, Los Angeles, CA. 1995 Works On Paper $20,000 

Dinh Le, Somerville. MA. 1994 Photo $20,000 

Christine Le Page, Belleville, Wl. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Barry Le Va, New York, NY. 1 976 Artist $1 0.000 

James Leach, New York. NY. 1984 Photo $5,000 

June Leaf, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $15,000 

Daniel Leary, Hudson Falls, NY. 1989 Works On Paper $15,000 

Marcus Leatherdale, New York, NY. 1984 Photo $5,000 

Ruth Leavitt, Minneapolis, MN. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

William Leavitt, Los Angeles, CA. 1976 Video $2,000; 1991 New Genres $20,000 

Kenneth Leback, Seattle, WA. 1978 Video $3,000 

Richard Lebowitz, Ballouville, CT. 1988 Photo $15,000 

Michael Lebron, New York, NY. 1989 New Genres $5,000 

Stanley Lechtzin, Melrose Park. PA. 1973 Crafts $3,000; 1976 Crafts $5,000; 

1984 Crafts $15,000 



Judy Ledgerwood, Oak Park. IL. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Barry Ledoux, New York, NY. 1984 Sculpture $15,000; 1989 Works On Paper $15,000 

Baldwin Lee, Oak Ridge, TN. 1984 Photo $5,000; 1990 Photo $20,000 

Bing Lee, New York, NY. 1991 Works On Paper $20,000 

Catherine Lee, New York, NY. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Kermit Lee, Phoenix, AZ. 1979 Photo $3,000 

James Leedy, Lake Lotawana, MO 1 990 Crafts $20,000 

Doris Leeper, New Smyrna Beach, FL 1 973 Artist $7,500 

John Lees, West New York, NJ. 1 989 Works On Paper $1 5,000 

Channing Lefebvre, Selkirk, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000 

George Legrady, San Francisco, CA. 1 994 Photo $20,000 

Kathryn Lehar, Chicago. IL. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Minette Lehmann, San Francisco, CA. 1976 Photo $7,500 

Warren Lehrer, New Fairfield, CT. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Andrew Leicester, Minneapolis, MN. 1974 Artist $1,000; 1976 Artist $5,000; 

1981 Sculpture $12,500 

Martha Leinroth, Somerville, MA. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Mel Leipzig, Trenton, NJ. 1995 Painting $20,000 

Elizabeth Leitner, Philadelphia, PA. 1979 Crafts $3,000 

Malcolm Leland, Portero, CA. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Annette Lemieux, Brooklme, MA. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000; 1987 

Painting $5,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Marilyn Lenkowsky, New York, NY. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Elizabeth Lennard, New York, NY. 1979 Photo $10,000 

Erica Lennard, Sausalito, CA. 1976 Photo $7,500 

Dennis Leon, Berkeley, CA. 1978 Artist $7,500 

Mark Leong, Somerville, MA. 1992 Photo $20,000 

Mark Lere, Los Angeles, CA. 1 984 Sculpture $5,000; 1 988 Sculpture $1 5,000 

Richard Lerman, Boston, MA. 1989 New Genres $1 5,000 

Arthur Lerner, Chicago, IL. 1980 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Howard Lerner, Silver Spring, MD. 1979 Artist $3,000 

Marilyn Lerner, Patchogue, NY. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Marion Lerner-Levine, Brooklyn, NY. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Alfred Leslie, New York, NY. 1 967 Artist $5,000 

Kenneth Leslie, Granville. NY. 1983 Painting $5,000 

John Leuders-Booth, Cambridge, MA. 1981 Photo $4,000 

Leslie Leupp, Lubbock. TX. 1984 Crafts $5,000 

Robert Levers, Austin, TX. 1980 Artist $10,000 

David Levi/Dimitri Michaelides, St. Louis, MO. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Robert Levin, Brooklyn, NY. 1976 Photo $7,500 

Wayne Levin, Honaunau, HI. 1984 Photo $5,000 

Arthur Levine, Brooklyn, NY. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Edward Levine, Greenville, NC. 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Erik Levine, New York, NY. 1988 Sculpture $5,000; 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Les Levine, New York. NY. 1974 Artist $7,500; 1980 Conceptual/ 

Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Marilyn Levine, Oakland, CA. 1976 Artist $2,000; 1980 Artist $10,000 

Martin Levine, Oakland, CA. 1977 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Michael Levine, Los Angeles, CA. 1979 Photo $3,000; 1981 Photo $12,500 

Sherrie Levine, New York. NY. 1985 New Genres $15,000 

Mon Levinson, New York, NY. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Peter Levinson, Brooklyn, NY. 1 988 Sculpture $5,000 

David Levinthal, New York. NY. 1990 Photo $20,000 

Helen Levitt, New York, NY. 1 976 Photo $7,500 

Builder Levy, New York. NY. 1 982 Photo $5,000 

Jeffrey Lew, New York. NY. 1 976 Artist $2,000 

Donald Lewallen, New York. NY. 1989 Painting $15,000 

Margrit Lewczuk, New York. NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Lisa Lewenz, Baltimore. MD 1984 Photo $5,000; 1990 Photo $20,000 

Albert Lewis, Lafayette, CA. 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Cynthia Lewis, New Haven, VT. 1984 Photo $5,000 

John Lewis, Oakland. CA. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Joseph Lewis, New York. NY. 1 982 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 

Marcia Lewis, San Jose. CA. 1 976 Crafts $5,000 

Norman Lewis, New York. NY 1973 Artist $7,500 

Roy Lewis, Hyattsville. MD. 1984 Photo $5,000 

Russel Lewis, New York. NY 1 977 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Sol LeWitt, New York. NY 1971 Artist $7,500 

Thomas Lieber, Tuscola. IL 1975 Artist $2,000 



Al Lieberman, Westport, CA. 1971 Photo $2,000: 1973 Photo $2,000 

Louis Lieberman, New York, NY. 1979 Crafts $3,000 

Jerome Liebling, Amherst, MA. 1973 Photo $2,500; 1980 Photo $10,000 

Ben Lifson, Los Angeles. CA. 1971 Photo $2,000; 1977 Photo $7,500 

Alvin Light, San Francisco, CA. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Ken Light, Vallejo. CA. 1982 Photo $5,000; 1986 Photo $5,000 

Joyce Lightbody, Malibu, CA. 1980 Conceptual/ Performance/ New Genres $3,000 

Glenn Ligon, Brooklyn, NY. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Abra Ligorano/Marshall Reese, Brooklyn. NY. 1989 New Genres $5,000 

Robert Limone, Des Moines. IA. 1 981 Sculpture $1 2.500 

Maya Lin, New York. NY. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Zhi Lin, Springfield. MO. 1995 Painting $20,000 

Ron Linden, Pasadena. CA. 1978 Artist $7,500 

Carol Lindsley, New York, NY. 1 977 Artist $7,500 

Judith Linhares, New York, NY. 1979 Artist $10,000; 1987 Painting $15,000; 

1993 Painting $20,000 

Joan Lintault, San Bernadino, CA. 1973 Crafts $3,000 

Kathryn Lipke, Farmington, CT. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Marvin Lipofsky, Berkeley, CA. 1 974 Crafts $3,000; 1 976 Crafts $5,000 

Larry Lippold, San Francisco. CA. 1 986 Crafts $5,000 

Donald Lipski, Sag Harbor. NY. 1978 Artist $7,500; 1984 Sculpture $15,000; 1990 

Sculpture $20,000 

Ken Little, San Antonio, TX. 1982 Crafts $25,000; 1988 Sculpture $15,000 

Harold Littlebird, Santa Fe. NM. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Harvey Littleton, Spruce Pine, NO 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Hung Liu, Oakland. CA. 1989 Painting $5,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Joan Livingstone, Chicago. IL. 1979 Crafts $10,000; 1986 Crafts $15,000; 

1 992 Crafts $20,000 

Gary Lloyd, Los Angeles. CA. 1980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Marcia Lloyd, Boston, MA. 1981 Painting $1 2.500 

Beth Lo, Missoula. MT. 1 994 Crafts $20,000 

Robert Lobe, New York. NY. 1 979 Artist $1 0.000; 1 984 Sculpture $1 5.000 

Robert Loberg, Berkeley. CA. 1982 Painting $5,000 

Mitchell Loch, San Francisco. CA. 1989 New Genres $5,000 

Inverna Lockpez, New York. NY. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Seymour Locks. San Francisco, CA. 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Peter Lodato, Pasadena. CA. 1 976 Artist $2,000; 1 978 Artist $7,500 

Alan Loehle, Brooklyn. NY. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Thomas Loeser, Albany, CA. 1 984 Crafts $5,000; 1 988 Crafts $5,000; 1 990 Crafts $5,000; 

1 994 Crafts $20,000 

Michael Loew, New York. NY. 1976 Artist $10,000 

Christine LoFaso, Providence, Rl. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Janet Lofquist, Minneapolis. MN. 1981 Sculpture $4,000 

Susan Loftin, Atlanta, GA. 1 981 Crafts $1 2,500 

Joan Logue, New York. NY. 1 978 Video $7,500: 1 980 Video $3,000; 1 981 Video $1 2,500; 

1985 New Genres $15,000 

William Lombardo, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Antony Long, Paris, FO. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Bert Long, Shepherd, TX. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

Charles Long, New York, NY. 1 994 Sculpture $20,000 

Randy Long, Bloommgton. IN. 1982 Crafts $5,000: 1984 Crafts $5,000 

Brian Longe, Oakland, CA. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Robert Longo, New York. NY 1978 Conceptual/ Performance/ New Genres $3,000; 1982 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $25,000 

Vincent Longo, New York, NY. 1 974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Fred Lonidier, La Jolla. CA. 1 980 Conceptual/ Performance/ New Genres $3,000; 1 982 

Photo $5,000 

Dona Look, Algoma, Wl. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Felix Lopez, Espanola. NM. 1984 Crafts $5,000 

Martina Lopez, Chicago, IL. 1992 Photo $20,000; 1991 Photo $5,000 

Stephen Lorber, New York, NY. 1 976 Artist $5,000 

Charles Lord, Santa Cruz, CA. 1977 Video $7,500; 1980 Video $10,000; 

1 985 New Genres $1 5,000 

Sam Losavio, Baton Rouge, LA. 1987 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000; 1989 

Works On Paper $5,000 

Robert Lostutter, Chicago, IL 1 985 Painting $1 5,000 

Reagan Louie, Sacramento. CA. 1978 Photo $7,500 

Al Loving, New York, NY 1 971 Artist $7,500; 1 982 Painting $25,000 

Richard Loving, Chicago IL 1983 Painting $25,000 



David Lowe, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Marvin Lowe, Bloommgton. IL. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Truman Lowe, Madison, Wl. 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Bruce Lowny, Placitas, NM. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Cynthia Luber, New York, NY. 1980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Christopher Lucas, Brooklyn, NY. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

Manuel Lucero, San Francisco. CA. 1 993 New Genres $20,000 

Michael Lucero, New York. NY. 1 979 Artist $3,000; 1 982 Crafts $5,000; 

1984 Crafts $15,000 

Susan Lucey, Wakefield. MA. 1 977 Artist $3,000 

Gayle Luchessa, San Anselmo, CA. 1981 Crafts $1 2,500 

Michael Luchs, Ann Arbor, Ml. 1 979 Artist $1 0,000; 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 

Mary Lucier, New York. NY. 1 978 Video $7,500; 1 980 Video $3,000; 1981 Video $12,500 

Pedro Lujan, San Elozario, TX. 1974 Artist $3,000; 1977 Artist $7,500 

Mary Lum, Hornell, NY. 1987 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Jane Lund, Ashfield, MA. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Norman Lundin, Seattle. WA. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

David Lurie, Torrance, CA. 1 979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

James Lutes, Chicago. IL. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Bix Lye, New York. NY. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Mela Lyman, Cambridge. MA. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Susan Lyman, Birmingham. Ml. 1 981 Crafts $1 2.500 

Danny Lyon, Clintondale, NY. 1971 Photo $3,000; 1973 Photo $5,000; 1984 Photo $15,000 

Robert Lyon, Baton Rouge, LA. 1 984 Sculpture $5,000 

Nathan Lyons, Rochester, NY. 1973 Photo $4,200: 1984 Photo $25,000 



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Mila Macek, New York, NY. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Wendy Macgaw, Lathrup Village, Ml. 1 982 Crafts $5,000; 1 986 Sculpture $5,000 

Margo Machida, New York. NY. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Roger Machin, Chicago, IL. 1986 Sculpture $5,000; 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

George Maciunas, Great Barrington, MA. 1977 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres 

$7,500 

Roger Mack, Little Rock, AR. 1968 Artist $5,000 

Theresa Mack, New York, NY. 1 980 Video $3,000 

David MacKenzie, San Francisco, CA. 1 975 Artist $2,000 

David MaClay, San Francisco, CA. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Frank Macmurtrie, San Francisco, CA. 1995 New Genres $20,000 

Linda MacNeil, Amesbury, MA. 1984 Crafts $5,000 

Wendy MacNeil, Lincoln. MA. 1975 Photo $5,000; 1978 Photo $7,500 

Medrie MacPhee, New York. NY. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Martha Madigan, Philadelphia. PA. 1995 Photo $5,000 

Kristina Madsen, Northampton. MA. 1 980 Crafts $3,000 

Loren Madsen, New York. NY. 1 975 Artist $8,000; 1 980 Artist $1 0.000 

Steven Madsen, Albuquerque. NM. 1981 Crafts $12,500 

Richard Mafong, Atlanta, GA. 1 974 Crafts $3,000 

Andrew Magdanz, Cambridge, MA. 1979 Crafts $10,000; 1988 Crafts $15,000 

Catharine Magel, Glendale, Ml. 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Mark Magill, New York, NY. 1983 Video $5,000 

William Maguire, Homestead, FL 1977 Photo $7,500; 1980 Photo $10,000 

William Mahan, Venice. CA. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Susan Mahlstedt, Deerfield. IL. 1980 Crafts $3,000 

Ben Mahmoud, Genoa. IL. 1975 Artist $2,000 

Tim Main, New York. NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

David Maisel, New York. NY. 1990 Photo $5,000 

Christa Maiwald, New York, NY. 1 977 Video $7,500; 1 980 Video $3,000 

Philip Makanna, San Francisco. CA. 1979 Video $3,000 

Robert Maki, Seattle. WA. 1968 Artist $5,000; 1985 Pnntmaking/ 

Drawing/Artists' Books $25,000 

James Makins, New York. NY. 1976 Crafts $5,000; 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Virginia Maksymowicz, Brooklyn, NY. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Adal Maldonado, Staten Island, NY. 1975 Photo $5,000 

Conrad Malicoat, Provincetown, MA. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Constance Mallinson, Paramus, NJ. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Samuel Maloof, Alta Loma. CA. 1 984 Crafts $25,000 

John Malpede, Los Angeles. CA. 1987 New Genres $15,000 

Aida Mancillas, Solana Beach. CA. 1991 Works On Paper $20,000 

Wesley Mancini, Charlotte, NO 1980 Crafts $3,000 

Mike Mandel, Santa Cruz. CA. 1 988 Photo $1 5.000 



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Mike Mandel/Larry Sultan, Northndge. CA. 1 973 Photo $ 1 500; 1 976 Photo $7,500 

Louise Maney, Cherokee. NC. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Inigo Manglano-Ovalle, Chicago. IL 1 995 New Genres $20,000 

Robert Mangold, New York, NY. 1 967 Artist $5,000 

Sylvia Mangold, Calliccon Center, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Kirk Mangus, Mercer, PA. 1982 Crafts $25,000 

Roger Manley, Durham, NC. 1984 Photo $5,000 

Andrew Mann, Houston, TX. 1 975 Video $8,000; 1 978 Video $7,500 

Sally Mann, Lexington, VA. 1982 Photo $5,000; 1988 Photo $5,000; 1992 Photo $20,000 

Story Mann, Durham, NC. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Lee Manuel, Cambridge, MA. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Elsie Manville, New York, NY. 1 981 Painting $1 2,500; 1 985 Painting $1 5,000 

Robert Mapplethorpe, New York, NY. 1 984 Photo $1 5,000 

Louis Marak, Eureka, CA. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Lizbeth Marano, New York, NY. 1978 Artist $7,500; 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 

1988 Sculpture $15,000 

Cork Marcheski, Minneapolis, MN. 1982 Sculpture $25,000 

Christian Marclay, New York. NY. 1985 New Genres $5,000 

John Marcoux, Providence, Rl. 1990 Crafts $20,000 

Marcia Marcus, New York, NY. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Peter Marcus, St. Louis, MO. 1984 Works On Paper $3,000; 1985 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Zella Marggraf, Los Angeles, CA. 1 974 Crafts $3,000 

Boris Margo, New York, NY. 1 974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

John Margolies, Santa Monica, CA. 1 974 Artist $3,000 

Margo Margolis, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1987 Painting $15,000 

Louis Marinaro, Ann Arbor, Ml. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Paul Marioni, Seattle, WA. 1975 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $15,000 

Tom Marioni, Berkeley, CA. 1976 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000; 1980 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1984 Sculpture $25,000 

Mary Ellen Mark, New York, NY. 1 977 Photo $7,500; 1 980 Photo $1 0,000; 

1 990 Photo $20,000 

Graham Marks, Scottsville, NY. 1978 Crafts $7,500; 1984 Crafts $15,000 

Thomas Markusen, Kendall, NY. 1 975 Crafts $5,000 

Megan Marlatt, Orange. VA. 1995 Painting $20,000 

Jeffrey Maron, New York. NY. 1 974 Artist $1 ,000; 1 978 Artist $7,500; 

1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Dalton Maroney, Arlington, TX. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

William Marpet, New York, NY. 1 975 Video $2,000; 1 980 Video $3,000 

Richard Marquis, Freeland. WA. 1974 Crafts $3,000; 1978 Crafts $7,500; 

1 990 Crafts $20,000 

Gerald Marranca, New York, NY. 1 975 Artist $4,000 

Diane Marsh, New York, NY. 1 985 Painting $5,000 

Georgia Marsh, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000; 1989 Works On Paper $15,000 

Kerry James Marshall, Chicago, IL. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Michael Marston, Brooklyn, NY. 1984 Photo $5,000 

Agnes Martin, New York, NY. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Andrew Martin, Denver, CO. 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Bernard Martin, Richmond, VA. 1995 Painting $20,000 

Christopher Martin, Brooklyn, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000; 1993 Painting $20,000 

Fred Martin, San Francisco, CA. 1971 Artist $7,500 

Katy Martin, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Knox Martin, New York, NY. 1973 Artist $7,500 

Ray Martin, Oak Park. IL. 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $12,500; 1985 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Daniel Martinez, Los Angeles. CA. 1 989 New Genres $5,000; 1 995 New Genres $20,000 

Maria Martinez-Canas, Miami, FL. 1988 Photo $5,000 

Babette Martino, Blue Bell, PA. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Michael Martone, New York, NY. 1975 Photo $5,000 

Patricia Martori, Brooklyn. NY. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Wendy Maruyama, San Diego, CA. 1982 Crafts $5,000; 1984 Crafts $5,000; 1986 Crafts 

$5,000; 1990 Crafts $20,000 

Vaea Marx, Berkeley, CA. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Dennis Masback, New York, NY. 1991 Painting $20,000 

George Mason, Portland. ME. 1982 Crafts $5,000; 1986 Crafts $15,000 

Karen Massaro, Mazomanie. Wl. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Charles Massey, Columbus, OH. 1982 Printmaking/ Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Julio Mateo, Brooklyn, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Grayson Mathews, San Francisco. CA 1971 Photo $1,000 



Gordon Matta-Clark, New York, NY. 1975 Artist $8,000 

Alphonse Mattia, Boston. MA. 1984 Crafts $15,000 

Charles Mattox, Albuquerque, NM. 1976 Artist $5,000 

Cynthia Maughan, Pasadena, CA. 1975 Video $2,000 

Richard Mawdsley, Normal. IL 1977 Crafts $5,000; 1994 Crafts $20,000 

William Maxwell, Sacramento, CA. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000; 

1988 Sculpture $5,000; 1989 New Genres $5,000 

Edward Mayer, Delmar. NY. 1979 Artist $10,000; 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Rosemary Mayer, New York, NY. 1 979 Artist $1 0.000 

Beverly Mayeri, Mill Valley. CA. 1982 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $15,000 

Laurence Mayers, San Francisco, CA. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Elaine Mayes, San Francisco, CA. 1971 Photo $1,000; 1978 Photo $7,500 

Edward Mayo, Washington, DC. 1 980 Artist $1 0.000 

Judith Mazur, Los Angeles. CA. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Jill McArthur, New York. NY. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Skeet McAuley, Dallas. TX. 1984 Photo $5,000; 1986 Photo $5,000 

Jay McCafferty, San Pedro. CA. 1 976 Video $2,000 

Anthony McCall, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Barbara McCarren, Culver City, CA. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Kathleen McCarthy, New York. NY. 1988 Sculpture $5,000; 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Paul McCarthy, Altadena, CA. 1 976 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000; 1 982 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000; 1985 New Genres $15,000 

William McCartin, New York. NY. 1977 Artist $7,500 

Robert McCauley, Rockford. IL. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $25,000 

Michael McClard, New York, NY. 1977 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000: 

1980 Video $3,000 

Mark McCloud, San Francisco, CA. 1981 Sculpture $4,000; 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Allan McCoMum, New York, NY. 1987 New Genres $15,000 

Mike McCollum, Blue Diamond. NV. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Sharon McConnell, Chicago, IL. 1994 Crafts $20,000 

Patrick McCormick, Bellingham. WA. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Rod McCormick, Philadelphia, PA. 1 990 Crafts $5,000 

Sarah McCoubrey, Takoma Park. MD. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Ann McCoy, New York, NY. 1975 Artist $4,000; 1977 Artist $7,500; 

1 989 Works On Paper $1 5.000 

John McCracken, Venice. CA. 1 968 Artist $5,000 

Melvin McCray, New York, NY. 1980 Video $3,000 

John McCuistion, Tacoma. WA. 1979 Crafts $10,000 

Joyce McDaniel, Newton, MA. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Laurie McDonald, Houston, TX. 1983 Video $15,000 

Paul McDonough, New York. NY. 1 977 Photo $7,500 

Jamei McElhinney, Philadelphia, PA. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Mark McFadden, Herndon, VA. 1981 Photo $4,000 

Lawrence McFarland, Austin. TX 1 979 Photo $1 0.000; 1 984 Photo $1 5.000; 

1990 Photo $20,000 

James McGarrell, St. Louis. MO. 1985 Painting $25,000 

Phyllis McGibbon, Wellesley. MA. 1995 Works On Paper $20,000 

Ed McGowin, New York. NY. 1968 Artist $5,000; 1980 Artist $10,000 

Edward Mcllvaane, Riverside. Rl. 1982 Crafts $5,000 

Martha McKay, Chevy Chase. MD. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Judy McKie, Boston. MA. 1979 Crafts $10,000; 1982 Crafts $25,000 

Trish McKinney, Astoria. NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

John McLaughlin, Los Angeles. CA. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Richard McLean, Oakland. CA 1985 Painting $15,000 

James McLendon, Dearborn. Ml. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Paul McMahon, Brooklyn. NY. 1989 New Genres $5,000 

David McManaway, Dallas. TX. 1977 Artist $7,500 

Jerry McMillan, Los Angeles. CA. 1984 Photo $15,000 

Michael McMillen, Santa Monica. CA. 1978 Artist $7,500; 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Thomas McMillin, Los Angeles. CA. 1976 Artist $5,000 

Cameron McNall, New York. NY. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

John McNamara, Brooklme. MA. 1981 Painting $12,500 

John McNaughton, Evansville. IN 1 976 Crafts $5,000; 1 992 Crafts $20,000 

Dean McNeil, New York. NY. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

George McNeil, Brooklyn. NY 1967 Artist $5,000 

Craig McPherson, New York. NY. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Larry McPherson, Chicago. IL 1975 Photo $5,000; 1979 Photo $10,000 

John McQueen, Trumansburg. NY 1 977 Crafts $5,000; 1 979 Crafts $ 1 0.000; 1 986 Crafts 

$15,000; 1992 Crafts $20,000 



Cornelia McSheehy, Boston, MA. 1974 Pnntmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 
John McWilliams, Atlanta, GA. 1976 Photo $7,500 

Jon Meader, Washington, DC. 1974 Pnntmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 
Charles Meaker, Bozeman, MT. 1980 Crafts $3,000 
Elizabeth Mechling, Richmond, VA. 1980 Artist $3,000 
Rebecca Medel, Smithville, TN. 1 986 Crafts $5,000; 1 988 Crafts $1 5,000 
.Ada Medina, Pittsburgh, PA. 1987 Prmtmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 
Susan Meiselas, New York, NY. 1984 Photo $15,000 
Neil Meitzler, Seattle, WA. 1967 Artist $5,000 
David Mekelburg, Los Angeles, CA. 1 974 Crafts $3,000 
James Melchert, San Francisco, CA. 1 973 Artist $7500 
Margery Mellman, New York, NY. 1993 Painting $20,000 
Myron Melnick, Denver, CO. 1990 Crafts $20,000 

Andrew Menard, Brooklyn, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000; 1976 Conceptual/Performance/ 
New Genres $5,000 

John Mendelsohn, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Ana Mendieta, Iowa City, IA. 1977 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1980 
Artist $3,000; 1982 Sculpture $25,000 

Tony Mendoza, Columbus, OH. 1981 Photo $4,000; 1986 Photo $5,000; 
1 990 Photo $20,000 

James Merrell, Chicago, IL 1974 Artist $3,000 
Roger Mertin, Rochester, NY. 1976 Photo $7,500 
Arnold Mesches, Los Angeles, CA. 1 982 Painting $5,000 
Ann Messner, New York, NY. 1986 Sculpture $15,000 
Bruce Metcalf, Philadelphia, PA. 1977 Crafts $5,000; 1992 Crafts $20,000 
Gary Metz, New York, NY. 1 973 Photo $3,000; 1 980 Photo $1 0,000 
Matthew Metz, Helena, MT. 1990 Crafts $5,000 

Ray K. Metzker, Philadelphia, PA. 1 975 Photo $5,000; 1 988 Photo $1 5,000 
Brian Meunier, Swarthmore, PA. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 
Raymond Meuse, Seattle, WA. 1975 Photo $5,000 

Melissa Meyer, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000; 1993 Painting $20,000 
Joel Meyerowitz, New York, NY. 1 978 Photo $7,500 

Michael Meyers, Chicago, IL. 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 
1 987 New Genres $1 5,000 

Chester Michalik, Northampton, MA. 1982 Photo $5,000 
Duane Michals, New York, NY. 1 976 Photo $7,500 
Cathleen Michel, Venice. CA. 1 988 Crafts $5,000 

Douglas Michels, San Francisco, CA. 1977 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $7,500 
Alan Michelson, Cambridge, MA. 1 987 Painting $5,000 
David Middlebrook, Los Gatos, CA. 1977 Crafts $5,000 
Willie Middlebrook, Compton, CA. 1982 Photo $5,000; 1992 Photo $20,000 
Edwin Mieczkowski, Cleveland, OH. 1967 Artist $5,000 
Richard Milani, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000 
Susan Milano, New York, NY. 1980 Video $10,000 
Jay Milder, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $1 5,000 
John Milisenda, Brooklyn, NY. 1988 Photo $5,000 
John Millet, Los Angeles, CA. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 
Bradley Miller. Woody Creek, CO. 1 994 Crafts $20,000 
Branda Miller, Troy, NY. 1 985 New Genres $5,000; 1 989 New Genres $5,000 
Brenda Miller, Greenport, NY. 1976 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000; 1979 Artist 
$10,000; 1987 Pnntmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 
David Miller, Gansevoort, NY. 1983 Painting $15,000 
James Miller, Richmond, VA. 1975 Artist $2,000 
John E. Miller, New York, NY. 1 989 New Genres $5,000 

John M. Miller, Los Angeles, CA. 1987 Painting $15,000; 1993 Painting $20,000 
Kay Miller, Iowa City, IA. 1 985 Painting $5,000 

Larry Miller, New York, NY. 1 979 Video $3,000; 1 989 New Genres $1 5,000 
Melissa Miller, Austin, TX. 1979 Artist $3,000; 1982 Painting $5,000; 1985 Painting $5,000 
Michael Miller, Weyanoke, LA. 1978 Pnntmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $7,500; 
1 990 Crafts $5,000 

Sandi Miller, Pittsburgh, PA. 1 974 Crafts $3,000 
Steve Miller, New York, NY. 1 987 Painting $5,000 
Mark Milloff, Stockbridge, MA. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 
Myra Mimlitsch Gray, East Kingston, NY. 1994 Crafts $20,000 
Yong Min, Brooklyn, NY. 1989 New Genres $5,000 
Norma Minkowitz, Westport, CT, 1986 Crafts $15,000 
Gary Minnix, Cedar Falls. IA. 1981 Photo $4,000 
Richard Minsky, New York, NY. 1977 Crafts $5,000 
Marilyn Minter, New York. NY. 1 989 Painting $5,000 



Peter Miraglia, Philadelphia, PA. 1988 Photo $5,000 

Richard Misrach, Emeryville, CA. 1973 Photo $3,000; 1977 Photo $7,500; 1984 Photo 

$1 5,000; 1 992 Photo $20,000 

Mary Miss, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $3,000; 1 975 Artist $8,000; 1 984 Sculpture $1 5,000 

Julio Mitchel, Brooklyn, NY. 1982 Photo $25,000; 1992 Photo $20,000 

Dennis Mitchell, Evanston, IL. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

James Mitchell, San Francisco, CA. 1973 Photo $3,500 

Robin Mitchell, Santa Monica, CA. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Nancy Mitchnick, Lancaster, CA. 1987 Painting $15,000 

George Miyasaki, San Francisco, CA. 1980 Pnntmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000; 

1985 Painting $15,000 

Mineo Mizuno, Los Angeles, CA. 1981 Crafts $1 2,500 

David Mocarski, Irvine, CA. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Stanley Mock, Santa Monica, CA. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Paul Mogensen, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Susan Mogul, Los Angeles, CA. 1989 New Genres $5,000 

Gary Molitor, San Francisco, CA. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Lynette Molnar, San Francisco, CA. 1 992 Photo $20,000 

Patrica Monaco, Oakland, CA. 1984 Photo $5,000 

Janet Monafo, Lexington, MA. 1982 Painting $5,000 

Carol Mondt, Los Angeles, CA. 1 976 Crafts $5,000 

Meredith Monk, New York, NY. 1 987 New Genres $1 5,000 

Nancy Monk, Pasadena, CA. 1986 Crafts $5,000; 1990 Crafts $5,000 

Linda Montano, Kingston, NY. 1977 Video $7,500; 1985 New Genres $5,000 

Clifton Monteith, Lake Ann, Ml. 1992 Crafts $20,000 

James Montford, Norwich, CT. 1993 New Genres $20,000 

John Monti, Brooklyn, NY. 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Kenneth Montieth, Jamaica Plain, MA. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Judith Moonelis, New York, NY. 1 980 Crafts $3,000; 1 986 Crafts $5,000 

Benjamin Moore, Seattle, WA. 1990 Crafts $20,000 

Frank Moore, Berkeley, CA. 1985 New Genres $5,000 

Gordon Moore, New York, NY. 1982 Painting $5,000 

John L. Moore, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

John P. Moore, Boston, MA. 1982 Painting $25,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Shelley Moore, Seattle, WA. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Stefan Moore, New York, NY. 1 978 Video $7,500 

Susan Moore, Philadelphia, PA. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Charlotte Moorman, New York, NY. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $7,500 

Ruth Mordy, 1981 Crafts $1 2,500 

Joey Morgan, Brooklyn, NY. 1 989 New Genres $5,000; 1 995 New Genres $20,000 

Kenneth Morgan, Coventry, CT. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Jerry Moriarty, New York, NY. 1 977 Artist $7,500 

Hiromitsu Morimoto, New York, NY. 1980 Photo $10,000 

Dennis Morinaka, 1 982 Crafts $5,000; 1 984 Crafts $1 5,000 

John Morita, Honolulu, HI. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Joan Morocco, Saratoga, CA. 1973 Photo $4,000 

Bruce Morosko, N. Olmstead, OH. 1 979 Crafts $3,000 

Owen Morrel, New York, NY. 1981 Sculpture $12,500 

Gregg Morris, Elkton, MD. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Robert Morris, New York, NY. 1 967 Artist $5,000 

William Morris, Arlington, WA. 1994 Crafts $20,000 

Art Morrison, Marion, IA. 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Robert Morrison, Reno, NV. 1 990 Sculpture $20,000 

William Morrison, Fresno, CA. 1977 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $7,500 

Marcia Morse, Honolulu, HI. 1981 Crafts $12,500 

Margaret Morton, New York, NY. 1 992 Photo $20,000 

Ree Morton, New York, NY. 1 975 Artist $8,000 

Edward Moses, Venice, CA. 1 976 Painting $5,000 

Robert Moskowitz, New York, NY. 1 975 Artist $4,000 

Sonia Moskowitz, New York, NY. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Kim Mosley, Florissant, MO. 1981 Photo $12,500 

Charles Moss, W. Brockport, ME. 1 980 Crafts $1 0,000 

Joe Moss, Newark, DE. 1980 Sculpture $10,000 

Andrew Moszynski, New York, NY. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Eleanor Moty, Madison, Wl. 1975 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $15,000 

Joyce Moty, Seattle, WA. 1 978 Crafts $7,500 

Grant Mudford, Los Angeles. CA. 1 980 Photo $1 0,000 

Kathy Muehlemann, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Stephen Mueller, New York, NY. 1993 Painting $20,000 



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Phyllis Mufson, San Francisco, CA. 1980 Crafts $3,000 

Kathlene Mulcahy, Pittsburgh, PA. 1979 Crafts $10,000 

Michael Mulhern, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Matt Mullican, New York, NY. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1980 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1983 Conceptual/Performance/ 

New Genres $15,000 

Barbara Munger, Los Angeles, CA. 1973 Artist $7,500 

Celia Munoz, Arlington, TX. 1988 Photo $5,000; 1991 New Genres $20,000 

Paul Munson, Radford, VA. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Antonio Muntadas, New York, NY. 1 985 New Genres $1 5,000 

Steve Murakishi, Bloomfield Hills, Ml. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Hiroshi Murata, New York, NY. 1975 Printmaking/Drawmg/Artists' Books $3,000 

Catherine Murphy, Poughkeepsie, NY. 1979 Artist $10,000; 1989 Painting $15,000 

Mary Murphy, Elkins Park, PA. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Clark Murray, Los Angeles, CA. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Frances Murray, Tucson, AZ. 1986 Photo $5,000 

Judith Murray, New York, NY. 1 983 Painting $1 5.000 

Robert Murray, Los Angeles, CA. 1 969 Artist $5,000 

Gwynn Murrill, Agoura, CA. 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Jay Musler, San Francisco, CA. 1 982 Crafts $25,000 

Forrest Myers, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Frances Myers, Hollandale, Wl. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000; 1985 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Gifford Myers, Altedena, CA. 1979 Crafts $10,000 

Joel Myers, Bloomington, IL 1976 Crafts $5,000; 1984 Crafts $15,000 

Rita Myers, New York, NY. 1 976 Video $2,000; 1 980 Video $1 0,000; 

1 987 New Genres $1 5,000 



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Deborah Nadoolman, Los Angeles, CA. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

Patrick Nagatani, Albuquerque, NM. 1984 Photo $15,000; 1992 Photo $20,000 

Fred Nagelbach, Evanston, IL. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Ron Nagle, San Francisco, CA. 1975 Crafts $5,000; 1979 Crafts $10,000; 

1986 Crafts $15,000 

Nabil Nahas, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Jiro Naito, New York, NY 1 990 Sculpture $5,000 

Kenjilo Nanao, Berkeley, CA. 1980 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Anthony Naponic, Kansas City, MO. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Dann Nardi, Bloomington, IL. 1986 Sculpture $5,000; 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Paul Narkiewicz, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Bruce Nauman, Mill Valley, CA. 1 968 Artist $5,000 

Mario Naves, Brooklyn, NY. 1 989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Geoffrey Naylor, Gainsville, FL. 1968 Artist $5,000 

Louise Neaderland, New York, NY. 1 985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $1 5,000 

Mo Neal, Lincoln, NE. 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Joseph Nechvatal, New York, NY. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Alice Neel, New York, NY. 1973 Artist $7,500; 1983 Painting $25,000 

Eileen Neff, Philadelphia, PA. 1988 Photo $5,000 

Thomas Neff, Lafayette, CO. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Ross Neher, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Roberta Neiman, New York, NY. 1978 Photo $7,500 

Joyce Neimanas, Chicago. IL. 1979 Photo $10,000; 1982 Photo $25,000; 

1990 Photo $20,000 

Dona Nelson, New York. NY. 1979 Artist $10,000; 1987 Painting $15,000 

James Nelson, Pittsburgh, PA. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Joan Nelson, Brooklyn. NY. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Lisa Nelson, Northampton, MA. 1980 Video $3,000 

Manuel Neri, Benicia. CA. 1 967 Artist $5,000; 1 980 Artist $1 0,000 

Beatrice Nettles, Urbana, IL. 1979 Photo $10,000; 1988 Photo $15,000 

Jim Neu, Brooklyn, NY. 1985 New Genres $5,000 

George Neubert, Oakland, CA. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Max Neuhaus, New York, NY. 1977 Artist $7,500; 1981 Sculpture $12,500; 

1988 Sculpture $15,000 

Michael Newhall, Milwaukee. Wl. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Alan Newman, Brooklyn, NY 1973 Photo $5,000 

Elizabeth Newman, Chicago, IL. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

John Newman, Kansas City. KS. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

John Avery Newman, Fayetteville, AR. 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Carlton Newton, San Francisco. CA. 1980 Artist $10,000 



Gordon Newton, Mason, Ml. 1979 Artist $3,000; 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' 

Books $15,000 

Lee Newton, Boston, MA. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Long Nguyen, Oakland or Upland, CA. 1 989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Glugio Nicandro, Los Angeles. CA. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $15,000 

Daphne Nichols, Philadelphia, PA. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 

Laura Nicholson, Houston, TX. 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Natasha Nicholson, Irvine. CA. 1979 Artist $3,000 

George Nick, Georgetown, MA. 1976 Artist $5,000 

John Nickerson, Louisville, CO. 1981 Crafts $12,500 

Terry Niedzialek, Flicksville. PA. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Margaret Nielsen, Los Angeles. CA. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Gladys Nilsson, Wilmette, IL. 1 974 Artist $7,500; 1 989 Works On Paper $1 5.000 

Susan Nininger, Seattle, WA. 1 979 Crafts $3,000 

Linda Nishio, San Carlos. CA. 1987 New Genres $5,000 

Nicholas Nixon, Cambridge, MA. 1976 Photo $7,500; 1980 Photo $10,000; 

1986 Photo $15,000 

Kevin Noble, New York, NY. 1979 Artist $3,000; 1987 Painting $5,000 

Jerry Noe, Chapel Hill, NC. 1976 Artist $5,000 

Francis Noel, Bozeman, MT. 1 982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Gary Noffke, Farmmgton, GA. 1990 Crafts $20,000 

Anne Noggle, Albuquerque, NM. 1975 Photo $5,000; 1978 Photo $7,500; 

1988 Photo $15,000 

William Noland, New York, NY. 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Richard Nonas, New York, NY. 1976 Artist $2,000; 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Carol Nordgren, Washington, DC. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Maria Nordman, Santa Monica, CA. 1974 Artist $7,500; 1982 Conceptual/Performance/ 

New Genres $25,000 

Barbara Norfleet, Cambridge, MA. 1982 Photo $5,000; 984 Photo $15,000 

Kenda North, Chicago. IL. 1978 Photo $7,500 

Will Northerner, Chicago. IL. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Ann Norton, Bristol. Rl. 1981 Sculpture $12,500 

Patsy Norvell, New York. NY. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Richard Notkin, Myrtle Point, OR. 1979 Artist $3,000; 1981 Sculpture $12,500: 

1988 Crafts $15,000 

Walter Nottingham, River Falls. Wl. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

Lorie Novak, New York, NY. 1 990 Photo $20,000 

Barbara Novello, Malvern. PA. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Wayne Nowack, Cedar Falls, IA. 1973 Artist $7,500 

Ira Nowinski, San Francisco, CA. 1973 Photo $4,000 

Thomas Nozkowski, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $4,000 

Rober\ Nugent, Mt. Shasta. CA. 1979 Crafts $10,000 

James Nutt, Wilmette. IL. 1974 Artist $7,500; 1989 Painting $15,000 

Obaji Nyambi, Chicago. IL. 1993 Works On Paper $20,000 



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Nance O'Banion, Oakland. CA. 1982 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $15,000 

John O'Connor, Bergen, NY. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

Thomas O'Connor, Albany. NY. 1974 Printmaking/ Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Terrell O'Donnell, Redondo Beach. CA. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Lorraine O'Grady, New York, NY. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 

Brigid O'Hanrahan, Bloomington, IN. 1980 Crafts $3,000 

Carol O'Hara, Sacramento. CA. 1 984 Sculpture $5,000 

Alex O'Neal, Los Angeles. CA. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Elaine O'Neil, Dorchester. MA. 1990 Photo $20,000 

Matt O'Neill, Denver. CO. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Jacqueline O'Regan, Baltimore. MD 1987 Painting $5,000 

John O'Reilly, Worcester. MA. 1988 Photo $5,000 

Michael O'Reilly, Philadelphia. PA. 1995 New Genres $20,000 

Arthur Oakes, Tuscaloosa. AL. 1974 Artist $3,000 

John Obuck, New York. NY 1979 Artist $3,000; 1980 Artist $10,000; 

1987 Painting $15,000 

Manuel Ocampo, Los Angeles. CA 1995 Painting $20,000 

Starr Ockenga, Boston. MA 1981 Photo$12.500 

Masayuki Oda, Los Angeles. CA. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Jeffrey Oestreich, Taylors Falls. MN 1986 Crafts $15,000 

Jack Ogden, Sacramento. CA. 1973 Artist $7,500 

David Ohannesian, Seattle, WA 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Douglas Ohlson, New York. NY 1976 Artist $5,000 



Tetsu Okuhara, New York. NY. 1 988 Photo $1 5.000 

Pat Oleszko, -New York, NY. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1985 New 

Genres $5,000; 1 987 New Genres $1 5.000; 1 993 New Genres $20,000 

Nathan Oliveira, Stanford, CA. 1 974 Artist $7,500 

Marvin Oliver, Seattle. WA. 1 988 Crafts $1 5.000 

Arthur Oilman, San Francisco, CA. 1979 Photo $10,000 

James Olson, Chicago, IL. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Michael Olszewski, Philadelphia, PA. 1979 Crafts $10,000 

Margit Omar, Venice. CA. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

John Opie, Pleasant Valley Station, PA. 1 968 Artist $5,000; 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 

James Opinsky, Washington, DC. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Dennis Oppenheim, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $7,500; 1 981 Sculpture $1 2,500 

Edmund Oppenheim, Santa Fe, NM. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

John Opper, Amagansett, NY. 1 974 Artist $7,500 

John Orentlicher, Ann Arbor, Ml. 1976 Video $2,000 

Judith Ornstein, Brooklyn, NY. 1978 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000; 

1983 Painting $5,000 

Deborah Oropallo, Berkeley, CA. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Eric Orr, Venice, CA. 1978 Artist $7,500; 1982 Sculpture $25,000 

Oliver Ortiz, Arroyo Seco, NM. 1981 Painting $4,000 

Kevin Osborn, Arlington, VA. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000; 1985 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Jere Osgood, Wilton, NH. 1980 Crafts $10,000; 1988 Crafts $25,000 

Mari Oshima, Brooklyn, NY. 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Kazuma Oshita, New York, NY. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Pepon Osorio, Bronx, NY. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Michael Osterhout, New York, NY. 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 1987 New Genres $5,000 

Danuta Otfinowski, San Francisco, CA. 1979 Photo $10,000 

Greg Ott, Baltimore, MD. 1976 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Jacqueline Ott, Providence, Rl. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Sabina Ott, Los Angeles, CA. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Thomas Otterness, Brooklyn, NY. 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Tony Oursler, Jamaica Plains, MA. 1 981 Video $4,000; 1 983 Video $1 5,000; 

1 989 New Genres $5,000 

John Outterbridge, Los Angeles, CA. 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Frank Owen, Keene Valley, NY. 1 978 Artist $7,500; 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 

Gene Owens, Fort Worth, TX. 1968 Artist $5,000 

William Owens, Livermore, CA. 1975 Photo $5,000 

Winifred Owens, Alexandria, VA. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Michele Owings, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Frank Ozereko, Auburn, AL. 1980 Crafts $10,000 



Ann Pachner, New York, NY. 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Ann Page, Los Angeles, CA. 1 984 Sculpture $1 5.000 

John Page, Cedar Falls, IA. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Karen Page, Beaver Falls, PA. 1 992 Crafts $20,000 

Geoffrey Pagen, Portland, OR. 1982 Crafts $5,000 

Patti Paige, New York. NY. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Nam June Paik, New York, NY. 1 977 Video $1 0,000 

Timo Pajunen, Point Richmond Station, CA. 1977 Photo $7,500; 1980 Photo $10,000 

Carl Palazzolo, Robinhood, ME. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Charlemagne Palestine, New York, NY. 1 980 Video $1 0,000 

Albert Paley, Rochester, NY. 1976 Crafts $5,000; 1979 Crafts $10,000; 

1 984 Crafts $25,000 

Marion Palfi, Los Angeles, CA. 1975 Photo $5,000 

Cynthia Pannucci, New York, NY. 1982 Crafts $5,000 

Tod Papageorge, Cambridge, MA. 1973 Photo $4,000; 1976 Photo $7,500 

Harriet Pappas, Nashville, TN. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Marilyn Pappas, Miami. FL 1973 Crafts $3,000 

Will Pappenheimer, Somerville, MA. 1990 Crafts $5,000 

John Paquette, Sacramento, CA. 1975 Printmaking/ Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Esther Parada, Oak Park, IL. 1982 Photo $5,000; 1 988 Photo $1 5,000 

Joan Parcher, Providence, Rl. 1 990 Crafts $5,000 

Bart Parker, Providence, Rl. 1973 Photo $5,000; 1981 Photo $12,500 

Ray Parker, New York, NY. 1 967 Artist $5,000 

William Parker, Eastford, CT. 1980 Photo $10,000; 1982 Photo $25,000 

John Parks, New York. NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Charles Parriott, Seattle, WA. 1990 Crafts $5,000 



Ivy Parsons, Baltimore, MD. 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Helen Pashgian, Pasadena, CA. 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Phil Pasquini, Sacremento. CA. 1 980 Artist $1 0,000 

Peter Passuntino, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Stephen Paternite, Akron, OH. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Rosa Patino, Ann Arbor, Ml. 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Izhar Patkin, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Mary Patten, Chicago, IL. 1993 New Genres $20,000 

Curtis Patterson, Atlanta, GA. 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

David Patterson, Somerville, MA. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

Raymond Patterson, Pacific Palisades, CA. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Robert Patterson, Alpharetta, GA. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Thomas Patti, Savoy, MA. 1 978 Crafts $7,500 

Tom Patton, Normandy, MO. 1990 Photo $5,000 

Kathryn Paul, Murphysboro, IL. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Rick Paul, Lafayette, IN. 1990 Sculpture $20,000 

Brian Paulsen. Grand Forks, ND. 1981 Painting $4,000 

Michael Paulson, Greenbush, Ml. 1991 Works On Paper $20,000 

Robert Paulson, 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 

James Pavlicovic, New York, NY. 1 976 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $2,000 

Michael Pavlik, Delhi, NY. 1984 Crafts $15,000 

Mitchell Payne, San Francisco, CA. 1973 Photo $3,900 

Cliffton Peacock, Boston, MA. 1981 Painting $4,000; 1983 Painting $5,000; 

1987 Painting $5,000 

Alix Pearlstein, New York, NY. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Philip Pearlstein, New York, NY. 1969 Artist $5,000 

J. Pearson, Albuquerque, NM. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

John Pearson, Oberlm, OH. 1975 Artist $2,000 

Nicholas Pearson, N. Bennington, VT. 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Ronald Pearson, Deer Isle. ME. 1973 Crafts $3,000; 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Donalee Peden, Syracuse, NY. 1987 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Michael Peed, Bozeman. MT. 1978 Crafts $7,500; 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Linda Peer, Brooklyn, NY. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Jane Peiser, Penland, NC. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Mark Peiser, Penland, NC. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

Rina Peleg, New York, NY. 1 981 Crafts $1 2,500 

Sally Pennington, Berkeley, CA. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Blaylock Peppard, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Gilles Peress, New York, NY. 1980 Photo $3,000; 1984 Photo $15,000; 

1992 Photo $20,000 

Gary Perkins, Highland Park, IL. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Philip Perkis, Warwick, NY. 1 978 Photo $7,500 

Hirsch Perlman, Chicago, IL. 1989 New Genres $5,000; 1991 New Genres $20,000 

Joan Perlman, San Francisco, CA. 1980 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Joel Perlman, New York. NY. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Abigail Perlmutter, Coral Gables, FL. 1976 Photo $7,500 

Lincoln Perry, Moody, ME. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Michael Pestel, Los Angeles, CA. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Robert Peters, Lake Forest, IL. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 

Jon Peterson, Los Angeles, CA. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Kristin Peterson, Emeryville, CA. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Mario Petrirena, Decatur, GA. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Richard Petry, Elkins Park, PA. 1981 Photo $4,000 

Richard Pettibone, Charlotteville, NY. 1988 Sculpture $15,000 

Shirley Pettibone, Los Angeles, CA. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Judy Pf aff, New York, NY. 1 979 Artist $1 0.000; 1 986 Sculpture $1 5.000 

John Pfahl, Buffalo. NY. 1977 Photo $7,500; 1990 Photo $20,000 

Mark Pharis, Houston, MN. 1 977 Crafts $5,000; 1 980 Crafts $1 0.000; 

1986 Crafts $15,000 

Ellen Phelen, New York, NY. 1978 Artist $7,500 

Brent Phelps, Denton, TX. 1981 Photo $12,500 

Timothy Philbrick, Narragansett, Rl. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Donna-Lee Phillips, San Francisco, CA. 1980 Photo $10,000 

John Phillips, Chicago, IL. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Liz Phillips, Astoria, NY. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000; 1985 

New Genres $15,000 

Mary Phillips, New York, NY. 1 984 Crafts $1 5.000 

Matt Phillips. Annandale, NY. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Michael Phillips, Goshen, MA. 1 980 Artist $1 0.000 



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Tony Phillips, Chicago, IL 1978 Video $7,500; 1985 Printmakmg/Drawing/ 

Artists' Books $15,000 

Frank Piatek, Chicago, IL. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Lil Picard, New York, NY. 1 980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Joseph Piccillo, Buffalo, NY. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Richard Piccolo, Rome, Italy, 1989 Painting $15,000 

Barbara Pickett, Newberg, OR. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

Keri Pickett, Minneapolis, MN. 1990 Photo $5,000 

Victor Pickett, Norfolk, VA. 1 968 Artist $5,000 

Pierre Picot, Los Angeles, CA. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Robert Piepenburg, Dearborn, Ml. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Peter Pierobon, Philadelphia, PA. 1 988 Crafts $5,000 

Conway Pierson, Santa Barbara, CA. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Hiroki/Eugene Pijanowski, Lafayette, IN. 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Irene Pijoan, Roswell, NM. 1982 Painting $5,000 

Donald Pilcher, Champaign, IL. 1981 Crafts $12,500 

James Pile, Tempe, AZ. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Peter Pinchbeck, New York, NY. 1 981 Painting $1 2,500 

Howardena Pindell, New York, NY. 1973 Artist $7,500; 1983 Painting $15,000 

Sheila Pinkel, Santa Monica, CA. 1979 Photo $3,000; 1982 Photo $5,000 

Jody Pinto, Philadelphia, PA. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Adrian Piper, Cambridge, MA. 1979 Conceptual/ Performance/ New Genres $10,000; 1982 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $25,000 

Wenzel Pitelka, Pelham, MA. 1 988 Crafts $5,000 

Lari Pittman, Los Angeles, CA. 1987 Painting $5,000; 1989 Painting $5,000; 

1993 Painting $20,000 

Gregory Pitts, Bloomington, IN. 1990 Crafts $5,000 

Peter Plagens, Los Angeles, CA. 1 977 Artist $7,500; 1 985 Painting $1 5.000 

Nancy Pletos, Detroit, Ml. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Patti Podesta, Los Angeles, CA. 1985 New Genres $5,000; 1993 New Genres $20,000 

Marilyn Poeppelmeyer, Tallahassee, FL. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Lois Polansky, Roslyn, NY. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Prentice Polk, Tuskegee Institute, AL. 1 981 Photo $1 2,500 

Charles Pollock, East Lansing, Ml. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Donna Polseno, Floyd, VA. 1 978 Crafts $7,500; 1 986 Crafts $1 5,000 

James Pomeroy, San Francisco, CA. 1975 Artist $3,000; 1979 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $10,000; 1983 Conceptual/Performance/ 

New Genres $15,000 

Carl Pope, Indianapolis. IN. 1993 New Genres $20,000 

William L. Pope, Lewiston, ME. 1995 New Genres $20,000 

Cynthia Porter, Philadelphia, PA. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Katherine Porter, Boston, MA. 1971 Artist $7,500 

Brian Portman, Houston, TX. 1 989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Marjorie Portnow, Santa Cruz, CA. 1 980 Artist $1 0,000; 1 993 Painting $20,000 

Richard Posner, Culver City, CA. 1 977 Crafts $5,000 

Reeva Potoff, Waterbury. CT. 1977 Artist $7,500; 1980 Artist $10,000 

Christina Potoski, Fort Worth, TX. 1 977 Video $7,500 

Donn Potts, Berkeley, CA. 1971 Artist $7,500 

Joanna Pousette-Dart, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $15,000 

Richard Pousette-Dart, Suffern, NY. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Alan Powell, Providence, Rl. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Carl Powell, Austin, TX. 1981 Crafts $4,000 

Dan Powell, Champaign. IL. 1981 Photo $4,000 

Gordon Powell, Oak Park, IL. 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Donald Powley, Brooklyn, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Judith Poxson-Fawkes, Portland, OR. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Lucio Pozzi, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Martin Prekop, Chicago, IL. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Conrad Pressma, Louisville. KY. 1979 Photo $10,000 

Ann Preston, Valencia. CA. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Astrid Preston, Santa Monica. CA. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Kenneth Price, Los Angeles. CA. 1967 Artist $5,000; 1979 Artist $10,000 

James Pridgeon, Seattle. WA. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 

Zigmonds Priede, Minneapolis. MN. 1974 Pnntmaking/ Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

David Prifti, Brighton. MA. 1986 Photo $5,000 

Stephen Prina, Los Angeles, CA. 1987 New Genres $5,000; 1989 New Genres $5,000 

Douglas Prince, Providence. Rl. 1977 Photo $7,500; 1980 Photo $10,000 

Richard Prince, New York, NY. 1984 Photo $15,000 

Scott Prior, Northampton, MA. 1985 Painting $15,000 



Janet Prip, Cranston, Rl. 1986 Crafts $15,000 

John Prip, Rehoboth. MA. 1986 Crafts $15,000 

Joseph Procter, San Francisco, CA. 1978 Conceptual/ Performance/ New Genres $3,000 

Jean Promutico, Sante Fe, NM. 1974 Artist $7,500 

Janis Provisor, New York. NY. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1985 Painting $15,000; 1991 Works On 

Paper $20,000 

Max Pruneda, Houston, TX. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Gerald Pryor, New York, NY. 1976 Artist $2,000; 1978 Artist $7,500 

Garnett Puett, Brooklyn, NY. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Guillermo Pulido, Houston, TX. 1980 Video $3,000 

Martin Puryear, Washington, DC. 1977 Artist $7,500 

Florence Putterman, Sellingsgrove, PA. 1979 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 



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Narcissus Quagliata, San Francisco. CA. 1977 Crafts $5,000; 1986 Crafts $15,000 

Timothy Quay, Philadelphia, PA. 1977 Artist $3,000 

Harvey Quaytman, New York. NY. 1 983 Painting $1 5.000 

Holt Quentel, Chicago, IL. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Robin Quigley, Providence, Rl. 1979 Crafts $10,000; 1986 Crafts $15,000 

Langdon Quin, Cambridge. MA. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Timothy Quinn, Los Angeles. CA. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 



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Raquel Rabinovich, Rhinebeck. NY. 1991 Painting $5,000 

David Rabinowitch, New York, NY. 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Elsa Rady, Venice, CA. 1981 Crafts $1 2,500 

Kaare Rafoss, New York. NY. 1975 Artist $2,000 

Paul Rahilly, Lexington, MA. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Yvonne Rainer, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Christina Ramberg, Chicago, IL. 1978 Artist $7,500; 1983 Painting $15,000 

Merrill Rambin, Okolona. AR. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Anthony Ramos, New York. NY. 1 98 1 Vdeo $ 1 2.500 

Joe Ramos, Salinos, CA. 1971 Photo $1,250 

Melvin Ramos, Oakland, CA. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Mel Ramsden, New York, NY. 1976 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $10,000 

Daniel Ranalli, Newton, MA. 1981 Photo $4,000 

Richard Randell, Sacramento. CA. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Susan Rankaitis, Inglewood. CA. 1980 Photo $3,000; 1988 Photo $15,000 

Scott Rankin, Chicago. IL 1989 New Genres $5,000; 1993 New Genres $20,000 

Edward Ranney, Santa Fe, NM. 1975 Photo $5,000 

Brian Ransom, Claremont. CA. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Armando Rascon, San Francisco, CA. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Robert Rasmussen, Fairfax. CA 1981 Sculpture $12,500 

Alan Rath, Oakland. CA. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

William Ravanesi, Boston. MA. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Charles Ray, Inglewood, CA. 1985 New Genres $5,000; 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

James Raymo, Grosse Point Park. Ml. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Harold Reddicliffe, Newtonville, MA. 1981 Painting $12,500; 1985 Painting $15,000 

David Reed, New York, NY. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Robert Reed, New Haven. CT. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Scott Reeds, Los Angeles, CA. 1 983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Richard Reep, Memphis. TN. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Richard Reese, McFarland, Wl. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Daniel Reeves, New York. NY 1980 Video $10,000; 1987 New Genres $15,000: 

1995 New Genres $20,000 

Jane Regan, Chicago. IL. 1981 Photo $4,000 

Peter Reginato, New York. NY. 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Murray Reich, New York. NY. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Dorothy Reid, San Francisco, CA 1 982 Sculpture $5,000; 1 985 Pnntmaking/ 

Drawing/Artists' Books $1 5.000 

David Reif, Laramie. WY 1979 Artist $3,000 

Stanley Reifel, Santa Barbara. CA 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Peter Reiquam, Seattle. WA. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Peter Reiss, Los Angeles. CA 1981 Photo $4,000; 1984 Photo $5,000 

Roland Reiss, Claremont. CA. 1971 Artist $7,500; 1976 Artist $2,000; 1980 Artist $10,000; 

1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Don Reitz, Spring Green. Wl 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Deborah Remington, New York. NY. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Eric Renner, San Lorenzo. NM. 1980 Photo $10,000 



Edda Renouf, New York. NY. 1 978 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Philip Renteria, Houston, TX. 1 982 Painting $5,000 

Dorothy Replinger, Urbana. IL 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Marcia Resnick, New York, NY. 1 975 Photo $5,000; 1 978 Photo $7,500 

Minna Resnick, Fort Collins. CO. 1980 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Florence Resnikoff, Oakland. CA. 1973 Crafts $3,000 

Susan Ressler, W. Lafayette, IN. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Barbara Revelle, Chicago, IL. 1979 Photo $10,000 

Nancy Rexroth, Yellow Springs, OH. 1973 Photo $3,000 

Jane Reynolds, Fullerton, CA. 1980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Stephen Reynolds, Chicago, IL. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Susan Reynolds, Columbus, OH. 1985 New Genres $5,000 

Richard Rezac, Chicago. IL 1976 Artist $2,000; 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Suzan Rezac, New York. NY. 1984 Crafts $5,000 

Curtis Rhodes, Kalamazoo. Ml. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Barbara Riboud, Paris. FO. 1 973 Artist $7,500 

Anthony Rice, Macon. GA. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Dan Rice, Deposit, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Jacquelyn Rice, Ann Arbor, Ml. 1973 Crafts $3,000; 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Leland Rice, Inglewood. CA. 1978 Photo $7,500 

Garry Rich, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $3,000 

Eugene Richards, Brooklyn, NY. 1975 Photo $5,000; 1982 Photo $25,000; 

1 990 Photo $20,000 

William Richards, Los Angeles, CA. 1976 Artist $2,000 

William Richards, Ossining, NY. 1977 Artist $7,500 

Sam Richardson, Oakland, CA. 1975 Artist $8,000 

Clark Richert, Boulder, CO. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Scott Richter, New York, NY. 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Gary Rickson, Roxbury. MA. 1971 Artist $7,500 

John Rigsby, Evergreen. CO. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Faith Ringgold, New York. NY. 1 978 Artist $7,500; 1 989 Painting $1 5.000 

Yande Rios, Fullerton, CA. 1980 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Curtis Ripley, Richmond, VA. 1979 Crafts $10,000 

Cynthia Ripley, Richmond. VA. 1982 Crafts $5,000 

Earl Ripling, New York. NY. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000; 

1 985 New Genres $5,000 

Thomas Rippon, Chicago, IL. 1974 Artist $1,000; 1981 Crafts $12,500 

Rodney Ripps, Lenox. MA. 1980 Artist $10,000; 1989 Painting $15,000 

Murray Riss, Memphis. TN. 1979 Photo $10,000 

William Ritche, Seattle. WA. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Richard Ritter, Bakersville, NC. 1984 Crafts $15,000 

Victoria Rivers, Sacramento, CA. 1984 Crafts $15,000 

Tony Robbin, New York, NY. 1 975 Artist $2,000 

Allan Robbins, New York, NY. 1 981 Video $1 2.500 

Michael Robbins, New York, NY. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Sang Roberson, Ormond Beach, FL. 1994 Crafts $20,000 

Amy Roberts, Seattle. WA. 1 986 Crafts $5,000 

Holly Roberts, Corrales. NM. 1 986 Photo $5,000; 1 988 Photo $1 5,000 

James Roberts, Santa Rosa. CA. 1973 Photo $2,500 

Kent Roberts, San Francisco. CA. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Kirk Roberts, San Francisco. CA. 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Sue Robinson, Boulder. CO. 1979 Photo $3,000 

Walter Robinson, New York, NY. 1982 Painting $5,000 

James Roche, Tallahassee. FL. 1975 Artist $8,000; 1982 Sculpture $25,000 

Anne Rochette, Brooklyn. NY. 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Dorothea Rockburne, New York. NY. 1974 Artist $7,500 

Don Rodan, New York, NY. 1 984 Photo $1 5,000 

Mike Roddy, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Jose Rodeiro, Cumberland, MD. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Geno Rodriguez, New York, NY. 1980 Photo $10,000 

Jorge Rodriguez, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Joseph Rodriguez, Los Angeles, CA, 1994 Photo $20,000 

Patricia Rodriguez, San Francisco. CA. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Richard Roehl, Venice, CA. 1981 Sculpture $12,500 

Mary Roehm, Detroit, Ml. 1 988 Crafts $5,000 

Art Rogers, Point Reyes. CA 1 990 Photo $20,000 

Bryan Rogers, San Francisco, CA. 1982 Sculpture $5,000 

Steve Rogers, Los Angeles, CA. 1 988 Sculpture $5,000 

Howard Rogovin, Kansas City, MO. 1969 Artist $5,000 



Janice Rogovin, Jamaica Plain, MA. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Robert Rohm, Wakefield, Rl. 1974 Artist $7,500; 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

David Rohn, Putney, VT. 1 989 Works On Paper $1 5.000 

Warren Rohrer, Christiana. PA. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Charles Roitz, Boulder, CO. 1979 Photo $10,000 

Christine Rojek, Chicago, IL. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Tim Rollins, New York, NY. 1985 New Genres $5,000; 1987 Prmtmaking/Drawing/ 

Artists' Books $15,000 

John Roloff, Oakland, CA. 1977 Crafts $5,000; 1980 Artist $10,000; 

1986 Crafts $15,000 

Salvatore M. Romano, New York. NY. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Mia Roosen, New York, NY. 1 988 Sculpture $1 5.000 

Garrison Roots, Boulder, CO. 1981 Sculpture $4,000; 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Mel Rosas, Royal Oak, Ml. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Lyle Rosbotham, Arlington, VA. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Herman Rose, New York, NY. 1976 Artist $5,000; 1980 Artist $10,000 

Iris Rose, New York. NY. 1 989 New Genres $1 5,000 

Leatrice Rose, New York, NY. 1 977 Artist $7,500 

Peter Rose, Philadelphia. PA. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 

Thomas Rose, Minneapolis, MN. 1976 Crafts $5,000; 1981 Sculpture $12,500 

Annabeth Rosen, New York, NY. 1979 Crafts $3,000; 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Jane Rosen, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $1 0.000 

Kay Rosen, Gary. IN. 1987 Painting $5,000; 1989 Painting $5,000; 1995 Painting $20,000 

Ralph Rosenberg, New York. NY. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Elizabeth Rosenblum, Boston, MA. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Walter Rosenblum, Long Island City. NY. 1977 Photo $7,500 

Marc Rosenquist, Trenton. NJ. 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Howard Rosenthal, New York, NY. 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Mel Rosenthal, New York. NY. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Rachel Rosenthal, Los Angeles. CA. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $15,000 

Stephen Rosenthal, New York. NY. 1981 Painting $1 2,500 

Martha Rosier, Brooklyn, NY. 1975 Artist $4,000; 1980 Video $3,000; 1983 Video $15,000; 

1994 Photo $20,000 

Bobby Ross, Venice. CA. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Charles Ross, New York, NY. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Ivy Ross, New York. NY. 1 982 Crafts $5,000 

Judith Ross, Bethlehem, PA. 1 986 Photo $5,000 

Barbara Rossi, Chicago. IL. 1973 Artist $7,500; 1985 Painting $15,000 

Michael Rossman, Philadelphia. PA. 1991 Works On Paper $20,000 

Stephen Roszell, Chicago, IL. 1987 New Genres $5,000 

Frank Roth, New York, NY. 1 977 Artist $7,500 

Richard Roth, Columbus. OH. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Susan Rothenberg, New York, NY. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Jerry Rothman, Laguna Beach, CA. 1984 Crafts $15,000 

John Roush, Ranchos de Taos. NM. 1 977 Crafts $5,000 

Ann Rousseau, New York. NY. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Brian Routh, Venice, CA. 1980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

David Row, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Anne Rowland, Cambridge, MA. 1986 Photo $5,000 

Susan Rowland, Sante Fe. NM. 1977 Artist $7,500 

Richard Royal, Seattle. WA. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Richards Ruben, New York. NY. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Meridel Rubenstein, Santa Fe. NM. 1982 Photo $5,000; 1992 Photo $20,000 

Allan Rubin, New York. NY. 1977 Artist $7,500 

Sandra Rubin, Boonville, CA. 1981 Artist ; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Gail Rubini, New York. NY. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Nancy Rubins, New York, NY. 1 977 Artist $3,000; 1 980 Artist $3,000; 

1981 Sculpture $4,000 

Edwin Ruda, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Eriks Rudans, Tucson, AZ. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Eric Rudd, Potomac, MD. 1979 Artist $3,000 

Ginny Ruffner, Seattle. WA. 1986 Crafts $15,000 

Gilberto Ruiz, Miami. FL. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Christina Rupp, New York. NY. 1981 Sculpture $4,000; 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Sheron Rupp, Florence. MA. 1986 Photo $5,000; 1994 Photo $20,000 

Allen Ruppersberg, Los Angeles. CA. 1976 Artist $5,000; 1982 Prmtmaking/ 

Drawing/Artists' Books $25,000 

Edward Ruscha, Los Angeles. CA. 1967 Artist $5,000; 1978 Artist $7,500 

Cynthia Rush, New York. NY. 1980 Video $3,000 



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Jeffrey Russell, New York, NY. 1986 Sculpture $15,000 
Laura Russell, Greenbrae, CA. 1981 Sculpture $4,000 
Paul Rutkousky, New Haven, CT. 1979 Video $3,000 
Lance Rutledge, Brooklyn, NY. 1 989 Works On Paper $5,000 
Richard Ryan, New Haven, CT. 1993 Painting $20,000 
Bonnie Rychlak, Northampton, MA. 1976 Artist $2,000 
Mitch Ryerson, Cambridge, MA. 1988 Crafts $5,000 



Alison Saar, New York, NY. 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Betye Saar, Los Angeles, CA. 1 974 Artist $7,500; 1 984 Sculpture $25,000 

Shuli Sade, New York, NY. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Livio Saganic, North Bergin, NJ. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Yoshitomo Saito, Oakland, CA. 1994 Sculpture $20,000; 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Ben Sakoguchi, Pasadena, CA. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1995 Painting $20,000 

Jorge Salazar, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Judith Salomon, Cleveland Heights, OH. 1981 Crafts $12,500 

Mary Saltos, San Francisco, CA. 1978 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Jerry Saltz, New York. NY. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Mark Saltz, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Joe Sam, San Francisco, CA. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Samuel Samore, San Anselmo, CA. 1 976 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $2,000; 

1 979 Photo $3,000 

Jim Sanborn, Washington, DC. 1982 Sculpture $5,000; 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

John Sanborn, New York, NY. 1978 Video $3,000 

Juan Sanchez, Brooklyn, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Pauline Sanchez, Inglewood, CA. 1989 Painting $5,000 

James Sandall, Whitmore Lake, Ml. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Fred Sandback, New York, NY. 1975 Artist $2,000 

Ludwig Sander, New York, NY. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Rhea Sanders, New York, NY. 1 985 Painting $1 5,000 

Douglas Sanderson, New York, NY. 1 981 Painting $1 2,500 

Douglas Sandhage, New York, NY. 1975 Photo $5,000 

Daniel Sandin, Chicago, IL. 1980 Video $3,000 

Arturo Sandoval, Lexington, KY. 1 973 Crafts $3,000; 1 992 Crafts $20,000 

Hope Sandrow, New York, NY. 1994 Photo $20,000 

Jonathan Santlofer, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $15,000; 1989 Painting $15,000 

Joseph Santore, New York, NY. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Darryl Sapien, San Francisco, CA. 1975 Artist $3,000; 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New 

Genres $3,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Alan Saret, Brooklyn, NY. 1975 Artist $4,000; 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Tomiyo Sasaki, New York, NY. 1982 Video $5,000 

Toshio Sasaki, Brooklyn, NY. 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Norie Sato, Seattle, WA. 1978 Video $3,000; 1981 Video $12,500 

Jane Sauer, St. Louis, MO. 1984 Crafts $5,000; 1990 Crafts $20,000 

Richard Sauer, Worcester, MA. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

Peter Saul, Austin, TX. 1 979 Artist $1 0,000; 1 985 Painting $25,000 

Harold Saulson, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Gayle Saunders, High Falls, NY. 1977 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Raymond Saunders, Oakland, CA. 1977 Artist $7,500; 1983 Prmtmaking/Drawing/ 

Artists' Books $15,000 

Wade Saunders, Brooklyn, NY. 1988 Sculpture $15,000 

E. L. Sauselen, Bucyrus, OH. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Naomi Savage, Princeton, NJ. 1971 Photo $2,000 

Tad Savinar, Portland, OR. 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 1995 Painting $20,000 

Richard Savini, Washington, DC. 1982 Painting $5,000 

Andrew Savulich, Long Island City, NY. 1986 Photo $5,000 

Margo Sawyer, Austin, TX. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Arthur Sawyers, Richmond. VA. 1973 Photo $5,000 

Billy Sax, South Hadley, MA. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

Adrian Saxe, Los Angeles, CA. 1986 Crafts $ 1 5.000 

Italo Scanga, La Jolla, CA. 1973 Artist $7,500; 1980 Artist $10,000 

Steven Scarff, Michigan City, IN. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Thomas Scarff, Chicago, IL. 1974 Artist $7,500 

Alan Scarritt, San Francisco, CA. 1979 Artist $3,000 

Pamela Scarvie, Menlo Park, CA. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Arthur Schade, New York, NY. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

William Schade, Albany, NY. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Judith Schaechter, Philadelphia. PA. 1986 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $5,000 



David Schafer, Brooklyn, NY. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Miriam Schapiro, New York, NY. 1 976 Artist $5,000 

Lisa Scheer, Washington. DC. 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Stephen Scheer, New York, NY. 1981 Photo $4,000 

Michael Scheiner, Central Falls, Rl. 1986 Crafts $5,000; 1994 Crafts $20,000 

Jeffrey Schiff, Boston, MA. 1976 Artist $2,000; 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Alfons Schilling, Brooklyn, NY. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $15,000 

Cynthia Schira, Lawrence, KS. 1974 Crafts $3,000; 1982 Crafts $25,000 

Jeff Schlanger, New Rochelle, NY. 1973 Crafts $3,000 

Gary Schlappal, Frederick, MD. 1981 Crafts $12,500 

John Schlesinger, Brooklyn, NY. 1986 Photo $5,000; 1988 Photo $5,000 

Edward Schmidt, Brooklyn, NY. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Jack Schmidt, Toledo. OH. 1984 Crafts $5,000 

Bruce Schnabel, New York, NY. 1980 Crafts $3,000; 1983 Prmtmaking/Drawing/ 

Artists' Books $5,000 

Julian Schnabel, New York, NY. 1977 Artist $3,000 

Roy Schnackenberg, Chicago, IL. 1975 Artist $4,000 

George Schneeman, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Carolee Schneemann, New Palt2, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000; 1977 Conceptual/ 

Performance/ New Genres $7,500; 1983 Conceptual/Performance/ 

New Genres $25,000 

Ira Schneider, New York, NY. 1 975 Video $4,000; 1 979 Vdeo $1 0.000 

Ursula Schneider, New York, NY. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Klaus Schnitzer/Charles Sennhauser, Upper Montclair, NJ. 1980 Photo $10,000 

Diana Schoenfeld, Eureka, CA. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Laure Schoenfeld, Great Neck, NY. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

Carole Scholder, Dallas, TX. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Laurence Scholder, Dallas, TX. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Terry Schoonhoven, Los Angeles, CA. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Charles Schoore, Houston, TX. 1 980 Photo $1 0.000 

Mira Schor, New York, NY. 1985 Painting $15,000 

John Schott, New York, NY. 1 978 Photo $7,500 

Victor Schrager, New York, NY. 1 980 Photo $3,000 

Jon Schueler, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Lee Schuette, Durham, NH. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Norman Schulman, Penland. NC. 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Cornelia Schulz, Fairfax, CA. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Buky Schwartz, New York, NY. 1988 Sculpture $15,000 

Dina Schwartz, Brooklyn, NY. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Elliott Schwartz, New York, NY. 1978 Photo $7,500; 1988 Photo $15,000 

Yuri Schwebler, Easton, MD. 1 975 Artist $8,000; 1 982 Sculpture $25,000 

Robert Schwieger, Minot, ND. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Bill Scott, Sun Valley, CA. 1 975 Crafts $5,000 

John Scott, Mill Valley, CA. 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $4,000 

Joyce Scott, Baltimore, MD. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Marlene Scott, Rochester, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Sean Scully, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Steve Seaberg, Atlanta, GA. 1978 Artist $7,500 

William Seaman, Cambridge. MA. 1987 New Genres $15,000 

Charles Searles, Nornstown, PA. 1978 Artist $7,500 

Jill Sebastian, Milwaukee. Wl. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Carole Seborovski, Ojai. CA. 1991 Works On Paper $20,000 

David Seccombe, New York. NY. 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Vickie Sedman, Jenkmtown, PA. 1984 Crafts $5,000 

Warren Seelig, Elkins Park. PA. 1975 Crafts $5,000; 1984 Crafts $15,000 

llene Segalove, Venice. CA. 1976 Video $2,000; 1979 Video $10,000; 1983 Video $15,000 

Allan Sekula, Cardiff. CA. 1977 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $7500 

Johan Selleraad, New York. NY. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Nancy Selvin, Berkeley. CA. 1 980 Crafts $1 0.000; 1 988 Crafts $1 5.000 

Joan Semmel, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $10,000; 1985 Painting $15,000 

Beverly Semmes, New York. NY. 1991 Sculpture $5,000; 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Jake Seniuk, Seattle, WA 1984 Photo $5,000 

Eileen Senner, Los Angeles . CA. 1982 Sculpture $5,000; 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Joseph Senungetuk, Anchorage. AK. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Heikki Seppa, St Louis. MO 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Richard Serra, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $7,500 

Rudolph Serra, New York. NY 1976 Artist $2,000; 1978 Artist $7,500: 

1984 Sculpture $15,000 



Andres Serrano, New York, NY. 1986 Photo $5,000 

Luis Serrano, Los Angeles. CA. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Raul Serrano, Brooklyn, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Robert Sestok, Detroit, Ml. 1 984 Sculpture $1 5,000 

Alice Shaddle, Chicago. IL 1979 Artist $10,000 

Mary Shaffer, Silver Spring, MD. 1 994 Crafts $20,000 

Richard Shaffer, Arlington, TX. 1981 Painting $4,000 

Barbara Shamblin, Tuscaloosa, AL 1979 Photo $10,000 

Isaac Shamsud-Din, Portland, OR. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

David Shaner, Bigfork, MT. 1 973 Crafts $3,000; 1 978 Crafts $7,500; 1 990 Crafts $20,000 

Ellen Shankin, Floyd, VA. 1990 Crafts $20,000 

Joseph Shannon, Washington, DC. 1974 Artist $7,500 

Howard Shapiro, Manchester, NH. 1973 Crafts $3,000 

Joel Shapiro, New York, NY. 1975 Artist $8,000 

Nancy Shapiro, Manchester, NH. 1973 Crafts $3,000 

Kathryn Sharbaugh, Holly. Ml. 1980 Crafts $10,000; 1992 Crafts $20,000 

Susan Shatter, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $10,000; 1987 Painting $15,000 

Jacqueline Shatz, Piermont. NY. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Jim Shaw, Los Angeles, CA. 1987 New Genres $5,000 

Karen Shaw, Baldwin. NY. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Richard Shaw, Stinson Beach, CA. 1971 Artist $7,500; 1974 Crafts $3,000 

Carol Shaw-Sutton, Long Beach. CA. 1 981 Crafts $1 2,500; 1 988 Crafts $1 5.000 

Barbara Shawcroft, Berkeley, CA. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Edward Shay, Chicago, IL. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000; 1982 Painting 

$5,000; 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Judith Shea, New York. NY. 1984 Sculpture $5,000; 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Hartley Shearer, New York. NY. 1 976 Video $2,000 

Arlene Shechet, New York, NY. 1 986 Crafts $5,000 

Stuart Shedletsky, New York, NY. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Diane Sheehan, Madison, Wl. 1988 Crafts $3,000; 1992 Crafts $20,000 

Maura Sheehan, New York, NY. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

Fazal Sheikh, New York, NY. 1 994 Photo $20,000 

Peter Shelton, Los Angeles, CA. 1 980 Artist $3,000; 1 982 Sculpture $5,000; 1 984 

Sculpture $15,000; 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Alan Shepp, Berkeley, CA. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Morris Sheppard, Big Sur. CA. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Sonia Sheridan, Evanston, IL. 1981 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $1 2,500 

Bonnie Sherk, San Francisco. CA. 1975 Artist $3,000; 1980 Conceptual/Performance/ 

New Genres $3,000 

Cynthia Sherman, Buffalo. NY. 1977 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1979 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Stuart Sherman, New York, NY. 1980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1981 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $1 2,500 

Philip Sherrod, New York, NY. 1982 Painting $5,000 

Katherine Sherwood, Oakland, CA. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Mary Sherwood, Boston, MA. 1 985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Susan Shie, Wooster, OH. 1990 Crafts $5,000 

Roy Shigley, San Francisco. CA. 1971 Photo $2,000 

Roger Shimomura, Lawrence, KS. 1977 Artist $7,500; 1989 New Genres $5,000; 

1991 Painting $20,000 

Vincent Shine, Chicago, IL. 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Helen Shirk, La Mesa, CA. 1978 Crafts $7,500; 1988 Crafts $15,000 

Melissa Shook, Brookline, MA. 1984 Photo $15,000 

Stephen Shore, Berkeley. CA. 1 975 Photo $5,000; 1 980 Photo $1 0,000 

Harriet Shorr, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $1 0.000 

Kenneth Shorr, Chicago. IL. 1980 Photo $3,000; 1982 Photo $5,000; 1984 Photo 

$15,000; 1994 Photo $20,000 

Richard Showalter, McKenzie Bridge, OR. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

Irene Shwachman, Needham Heights, MA 1985 Printmaking/ 

Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Carol Shymanski, New York, NY. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Robert Sibbison, Dayton, OH. 1 976 Artist $5,000 

Thomas Siefke, Richmond, VA. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Jane Siegel, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $4,000 

Hollis Sigler, Prairie View, IL. 1 987 Painting $1 5,000 

Oli Sihvonen, Taos, NM. 1968 Artist $5,000; 1976 Artist $5,000 

Brent Sikkema, Rochester, NY. 1975 Photo $5,000 

Patrick Siler, Pullman, WA. 1 990 Crafts $20,000 

Christopher Silliman, Richmond, VA. 1993 Crafts $5,000; 1981 Crafts $12,500 



Amy Sillman, Brooklyn, NY. 1995 Painting $20,000 

Ernest Silva, La Jolla, CA. 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 

Ronna Silver, Philadelphia, PA. 1980 Crafts $3,000 

Shelly Silver, New York, NY. 1989 New Genres $5,000; 1991 New Genres $20,000 

Jeffrey Silverthorne, Central Falls, Rl. 1986 Photo $1 5,000 

Phillips Simkin, Philadelphia, PA. 1975 Artist $8,000; 1991 New Genres $20,000 

Laurie Simmons, New York, NY. 1 984 Photo $5,000 

Frederick Simon, Lexington, MA. 1977 Video $7,500 

Michael Simon, Watkinsville, GA. 1990 Crafts $20,000 

Sandy Simon, Berkeley, CA. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Karen Simon-Peterson, Lexington, MA. 1979 Video $3,000 

Charles Simonds, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000; 1976 Artist $2,000; 

1980 Artist $10,000 

Robert Simone, Atlanta, GA. 1 982 Photo $5,000 

Judith Simonian, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Sheryl Simons, Oakland, CA. 1 986 Crafts $5,000 

Buster Simpson, Seattle, WA. 1981 Sculpture $12,500; 1990 Sculpture $20,000 

David Simpson, Berkeley, CA. 1989 Painting $15,000 

Gail Simpson, Bloommgton. IL. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Thomas Simpson, Dobbs Ferry, NY. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

M. K. Simqu, Cedar Hill. TX. 1984 Photo $5,000 

Michael Singer, Wilmington, VT. 1974 Artist $3,000; 1990 Sculpture $20,000 

Jean Singerman, Berkeley, CA. 1973 Crafts $3,000 

Art Sinsabaugh, Champaign, IL. 1 977 Photo $7,500 

Jonathan Sires, Charlotte, NO 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Elizabeth Sisco, San Diego, CA. 1984 Photo $5,000; 1989 New Genres $5,000 

Aaron Siskind, Providence, Rl. 1976 Photo $7,500 

Elena Sisto, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000; 1989 Painting $5,000 

Vincent Siville, Baltimore, MD. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Theodora Skipitares, New York, NY. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $15,000; 

1 989 New Genres $1 5,000 

Gail Skoff, Berkeley, CA. 1976 Photo $7,500 

Sandy Skoglund, New York, NY. 1981 Photo $4,000 

Gail Skudera, Des Plaines. IL. 1990 Crafts $5,000 

Blue Sky, Columbia, SO 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Nancy Slagle, Bloommgton, IN. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Susanne Slavick, Pittsburgh, PA. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Arlene Slavin, New York, NY. 1 977 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Neal Slavin, New York, NY. 1 973 Photo $4,500 

Sylvia Sleigh, New York, NY. 1 982 Painting $25,000 

Clarissa Sligh, New York, NY. 1988 Photo $5,000 

Ronald Sloan, Winsted, CT. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Joan Slocum, Baldwin, Wl. 1982 Crafts $5,000 

Steven Sloman, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000 

HuntSlonem, New York, NY. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Jill Slosburg, Cambridge, MA. 1974 Crafts $3,000; 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Howard Smagula, San Francisco, CA. 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Deborah Small, La Jolla, CA. 1987 Painting $5,000; 1989 Painting $5,000 

Alexis Smith, Venice, CA. 1976 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000; 

1 987 New Genres $1 5.000 

Alfred Smith, Washington , DC. 1 975 Crafts $5,000 

Anne Smith, Somerville, MA. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Barbara Smith, Venice, CA. 1974 Artist $3,000; 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres 

$3,000; 1985 New Genres $5,000 

Cary Smith, Farmington, CT. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Tony Smith, South Orange, NJ. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Eugene Smith, New York, NY. 1975 Photo $5,000 

Gail Smith, Berkeley, CA. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

George Smith, Buffalo. NY. 1977 Artist $7,500 

Hassel Smith, Sebastopol, CA. 1968 Artist $5,000 

James Smith, Fair Oaks, CA. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Keith Smith, Rochester, NY. 1979 Photo $10,000 

Lee Smith, Dallas, TX. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Leon Smith, New York, NY. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Michael Smith, New York, NY. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1982 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000; 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres 

$1 5,000; 1 991 New Genres $20,000 

Michael Smith, New Orleans, LA. 1976 Photo $7,500 

Michael Smith, Frenchtown, NJ. 1977 Photo $7500 



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Mimi Smith, New York, NY. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Ming Smith, New York, NY. 1 981 Photo $4,000 

Philip Smith, Miami Beach, FL 1987 Painting $5,000 

Phyllis Smith, Berkeley, CA. 1973 Crafts $3,000 

Steve Smith, Avon, CT. 1 984 Photo $1 5,000 

Susan Smith, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $1 2,500 

Elaine Smollin, New York, NY. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Ned Smyth, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Jenny Snider, New York, NY. 1 979 Artist $1 0,000; 1 987 Painting $1 5,000 

James Snitzer, New York, NY. 1981 Photo $4,000 

Cindy Snodgrass, Pittsburgh, PA. 1981 Crafts $1 2,500 

Charles Snyder, Bloomington, IN. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Joan Snyder, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $7,500 

Kit-Yin Snyder, New York, NY. 1974 Crafts $3,000; 1980 Artist $3,000; 

1982 Sculpture $5,000; 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Robert Snyder, Chicago, IL. 1 979 Video $1 0.000 

June Sobel, Oceanside, NY. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Nina Sobol, Venice, CA. 1975 Video $4,000 

Ellen Soderquist, Dallas, TX. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Sage Sohier, Boston, MA. 1981 Photo $12,500 

Paul Soldner, Aspen, CO. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Cynthia Soloman, Chicago, IL. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Elke Solomon, New York, NY. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000; 1985 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Jack Solomon, Richmond, VA. 1971 Artist $7,500 

Rosalind Solomon, New York, NY. 1988 Photo $15,000 

Rosanne Somerson, West Port, MA. 1984 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $15,000 

Frederick Sommer, Prescott, AZ. 1973 Photo $ 4500 

Jack Sonenberg New York, NY. 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Alan Sonfist, New York, NY. 1 991 New Genres 

Alan Sonneman, Santa Monica, CA. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Eve Sonneman, New York, NY. 1971 Photo $2,000; 1 978 Photo $7,500 

Keith Sonnier, New York, NY. 1 976 Video $5,000; 1 981 Sculpture $1 2,500; 

1986 Sculpture $15,000 

George Soppelsa, East Hartford, CT. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Donald Sorenson, Pasadena, CA. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Steven Sorli, Carlisle, MA. 1981 Crafts $12,500 

Al Souza, Amherst, MA, 1979 Photo $10,000; 1987 Painting $15,000 

Suzanne Spater, San Francisco, CA. 1979 Artist $3,000 

Shigeko Spear, Lawrence, KS. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Buzz Spector, Los Angeles, CA. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000; 1985 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000; 1 991 Works On Paper $20,000 

Andrew Spence, New York, NY. 1 987 Painting $1 5,000 

Jeffrey Spencer, Omaha, NE. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Nancy Spero, New York, NY. 1977 Artist $7500 

Robert Sperry, Seattle, WA. 1984 Crafts $15,000 

Mamie Spiegel, Lake Hill, NY. 1982 Crafts $5,000 

Victor Spinski, Newark, DE. 1 974 Crafts $3,000 

Harry Spitz, New York, NY. 1 978 Artist $7,500 

Neal Spitzer, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $3,000 

Thomas Spleth, Alfred. NY. 1980 Crafts $3,000 

Diane Spoderek, Detroit, Ml. 1978 Video $3,000 

John Spofforth, Cleveland, OH. 1 980 Artist $3,000; 1 981 Sculpture $1 2,500 

Christopher Sproat, New York, NY. 1975 Artist $4,000; 1980 Artist $3,000; 

1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Joseph Squier, Alameda, CA. 1986 Photo $5,000 

Jean St. Pierre, Newport Beach, CA. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Gael Stack, Houston, TX 1982 Painting $5,000; 1989 Painting $15,000 

Robert Stackhouse, New York, NY. 1977 Artist $7,500; 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' 

Books $15,000; 1991 Works On Paper $20,000 

Rudolf Staffel, Philadelphia. PA. 1977 Crafts $5,000; 1990 Crafts $20,000 

Karen Stahlecker, Poulsbo, WA. 1984 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Christopher Staley, State College, PA. 1986 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Earl Staley, Houston, TX. 1975 Artist $2,000; 1977 Artist $7,500; 1985 Painting $15,000 

Eric Staller, New York, NY. 1978 Photo $7,500 

Jan Staller, New York. NY 1 980 Photo $3,000 

Sven Stalman, Huntington, WV. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Budd Stalnaker, Bloomington, IN. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Ted Stamm, New York. NY. 1981 Painting $12,500 



Theodoros Stamos, New York, NY. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Jean Stamsta, Hartland, Wl. 1 974 Crafts $3,000 

Nettie Standing, Gracemont, OK. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Deborah Stanitz, Philadelphia, PA. 1984 Crafts $5,000 

Richard Stankiewicz, Huntington, MA. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Louise Stanley, Emeryville. CA. 1982 Painting $5,000; 1989 Painting $15,000 

Linda Stark, Los Angeles. CA. 1995 Painting $20,000; 1992 Painting $5,000 

Douglas and Michael Starn, Boston, MA. 1986 Photo $5,000; 1994 Photo $20,000 

Leslie Starobin, Watertown, MA. 1984 Photo $5,000 

Jeff Starr, Denver, CO. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Nicholas Starr, Syracuse, NY. 1 982 Crafts $5,000 

Jim Starrett, Raleigh, NC. 1985 Painting $25,000 

Therman Statom, Washington, DC. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1982 Crafts $25,000 

Wendy Stayman, Haydenville, MA. 1 988 Crafts $5,000 

Anita Steckel, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Lewis Stein, New York, NY. 1980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Joan Steiner, Greenville, NY. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Judith Steinhauser, Philadelphia, PA. 1973 Photo $1,200 

Phel Steinmetz, San Diego, CA. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Pat Steir, Venice, CA. 1 974 Artist $7,500 

Bradley Stensberg, La Jolla, CA. 1 974 Artist $1 ,000; 1 980 Video $3,000 

Gary Stephan, New York, NY. 1985 Painting $15,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

William Stephens, New York, NY. 1985 New Genres $15,000 

David Stephenson, Albuquerque, NM. 1981 Photo $4,000 

James Stephenson, State College, PA. 1 975 Crafts $5,000 

John Stephenson, Ann Arbor, Ml. 1 986 Crafts $1 5.000 

Joel Sternfeld, New York, NY. 1980 Photo $10,000 

Joan Sterrenburg, Nashville. TN. 1979 Crafts $10,000 

Coleen Sterritt, Los Angeles, CA. 1986 Sculpture $5,0on 

Louis Stettner, New York, NY. 1 975 Photo $5,000 

May Stevens, New York, NY. 1 983 Painting $1 5,000 

Robert Stevenson, Los Angeles, CA. 1 973 Crafts $3,000 

Frank Stewart, New York, NY. 1982 Photo $5,000; 1984 Photo $15,000 

Leora Stewart, New York, NY. 1973 Crafts $3,000; 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Lizbeth Stewart, Philadelphia, PA. 1 976 Crafts $5,000 

William Stewart, Hamlin, NY. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Robert Stiegler, Chicago, IL. 1980 Photo $10,000 

Susan Stinsmuehlen-Amend, Hollywood, CA. 1982 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $15,000 

Elizabeth Stirratt, Bloomington, IL. 1989 Crafts $5,000 

Douglas Stock, Chicago, IL. 1 988 Crafts $5,000 

Jessica Stockholder, Brooklyn, NY. 1 988 Sculpture $5,000 

Kay Stocksdale, Berkeley, CA. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

David Stoltz, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $3,000; 1 981 Sculpture $1 2.500 

Donald Stone, New York, NY. 1 976 Artist $2,000 

George Stone, Los Angeles. CA. 1986 Sculpture $15,000; 1993 New Genres $20,000 

Sylvia Stone, New York. NY. 1 974 Artist $7,500 

Mary Stoppert, Chicago. IL. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

David Storey, New York, NY. 1991 Painting $5,000 

Myron Stout, Provmcetown. MA. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Lou Stovall, Washington, DC. 1973 Artist $7,500 

Barbara Strasen, San Diego. CA. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Margaret Stratton, Iowa City. IA 1990 Photo $5,000; 1987 Photo $5,000; 

1 995 New Genres $20,000 

Martha Strawn, Charlotte. NC. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Evon Streetman, Gainesville. FL. 1 982 Photo $25,000 

Marjorie Strider, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $3,000; 1980 Artist $10,000 

Robert Strini, Santa Cruz. CA. 1975 Crafts $5,000; 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Amy Stromsten, Rocky Hill, NJ. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Charles Strong, Berkeley. CA. 1982 Painting $5,000 

Patrick Strzelec, Hopewell. NJ. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Michelle Stuart, New York. NY 1974 Artist $3,000; 1977 Pnntmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books 

$5,000; 1980 Artist $10,000; 1989 Painting $15,000 

Signe Stuart-Nelson, Brookings, SD 1976 Artist $5,000 

Romey Stuckart, Hope. ID. 1993 Painting $20,000 

Pamela Studstill, Pipe Creek. TX 1982 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $15,000 

John Sturgeon, Herber City. UT. 1975 Video $4,000; 1977 Video $7,500; 

1980 Video $10,000 

Eugene Sturman, Venice. CA. 1975 Artist $2,000; 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

George Sugarman, New York. NY 1967 Artist $5,000 



Don Suggs, Los Angeles, CA. 1991 Painting $20,000 
Hiroshi Sugimoto, New York, NY. 1 982 Photo $5,000 
Bill Sullivan, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $15,000 
Billy Sullivan, New York, NY. 1 987 Painting $1 5,000 
Janet Sullivan, Chicago, IL. 1975 Artist $8,000; 1982 Sculpture $5,000 
Jim Sullivan, New York, NY. 1 982 Painting $25,000 
, Altoon Sultan, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $15,000; 1989 Painting $15,000 
Donald Sultan, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $3,000 
Larry Sultan, Greenbrae, CA. 1980 Photo $10,000; 1986 Photo $5,000; 
1992 Photo $20,000 

Philip Sultz, Webster Groves, MO. 1975 Artist $4,000 

May Sun, Los Angeles, CA. 1989 New Genres $5,000; 1993 New Genres $20,000 
Mara Superior, Williamsburg, MA. 1990 Crafts $5,000 
James Surls, Splendora, TX. 1 979 Artist $1 0,000 
Wendy Sussman, Berkeley. CA. 1 989 Painting $5,000 
William Suttle, New York, NY. 1971 Photo $2,000; 1975 Photo $5,000 
William Sutton, Oakbrook, IL. 1981 Photo $12,500 
Didi Suydam, Providence, Rl. 1988 Crafts $5,000 
Taro Suzuki, New York, NY. 1 982 Sculpture $5,000 
Robert Swain, New York, NY. 1 976 Artist $5,000; 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 
Charles Swanson, New Bedford, MA. 1994 Crafts $20,000; 1993 Crafts $5,000 
Janet Swanson, New York, NY. 1981 Crafts $12,500 
Joel Swartz, Rochester, NY. 1981 Photo $12,500 
Linda Swartz, Cambridge, MA. 1986 Photo $5,000 
Andy Sweet, Miami Beach, FL 1 980 Photo $3,000 
Roger Sweet, Jemez Spring, NM. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Steven Sweet, New Orleans, LA. 1981 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $4,000 
Mitchell Syrop, Los Angeles, CA. 1987 New Genres $5,000 
Joseph Szabo, Amityville, NY. 1984 Photo $15,000 
Stephen Szabo, Washington, DC. 1936 Photo $5,000 



Anne Tabachnick, New York, NY. 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 

Martha Tabor, Washington, DC. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Athena Tacha, Oberlin, OH. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Rea Tajiri, Brooklyn, NY. 1989 New Genres $5,000; 1993 New Genres $20,000 

Toshiko Takaezu, Quakertown, NJ. 1 980 Crafts $1 0,000 

Akio Takamori, Vashon, WA. 1986 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $5,000; 

1 992 Crafts $20,000 

Stephen Talasnik, Philadelphia, PA. 1985 Printmaking/Drawmg/Artists' Books $5,000 

Jude Tallichet, Philadelphia, PA. 1 990 Sculpture $5,000 

Richard Tannen, Rochester, NY. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Edward Tannenbaum, San Francisco, CA. 1982 Video $5,000 

James Tanner, Janesville, MN. 1984 Crafts $15,000; 1990 Crafts $20,000 

Reesa Tansey, Oakland, CA. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Robert Taplin, West Haven, CT. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Philip Tarlow, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Arthur Taussig, Costa Mesa, CA. 1 982 Photo $5,000 

Andrew Tavarelli, Boston, MA. 1 975 Artist $4,000; 1 981 Painting $1 2,500 

Jane Tavarelli/Jery Hudson, Boston, MA. 1974 Artist $1,000; 1975 Video $2,000; 

1 978 Video $7,500 

Lenore Tawney, New York, NY. 1 979 Crafts $1 0,000 

Al Taylor, New York, NY. 1 988 Sculpture $5,000 

Michael Taylor, Rochester, NY. 1 984 Crafts $5,000 

Sam Tchakalian, San Francisco, CA. 1 975 Artist $4,000; 1 981 Painting $1 2,500; 

1989 Painting $15,000 

Kevin Teare, New York, NY. 1 978 Artist $3,000 

JackTeemer, Baltimore, MD. 1981 Photo $12,500 

Byron Temple, Louisville, KY. 1974 Crafts $3,000; 1990 Crafts $20,000 

Fiona Templeton, New York, NY. 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 

Peter Teneau, McMinnville, OR. 1968 Artist $5,000 

Irvin Tepper, Petaluma. CA. 1 992 Crafts $20,000 

Masami Teraoka, Waimanalo, HI. 1980 Artist $10,000; 1989 Painting $15,000 

Robert Terry, Long Island City, NY. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Edmund Teske, Los Angeles, CA. 1 975 Photo $5,000 

Michael Tetherow, New York, NY. 1979 Artist $10,000; 1987 Painting $15,000 

Diana Thater, Los Angeles, CA. 1 993 New Genres $20,000 

Carolee Thea, New York. NY. 1 989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Billie Jean Theide, Des Moines. IA. 1984 Crafts $5,000 



Paul Thek, New York, NY. 1 975 Artist $8,000 

William Thielen, Carbondale, IL. 1982 Crafts $5,000 

George Thiewes, South Woodstock, VT. 1 986 Crafts $1 5,000 

Rachelle Thiewes, El Paso, TX. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Janet Tholen, Los Angeles, CA. 1 985 Painting $5,000 

Jayne Thomas, Mount Desert, ME. 1 982 Crafts $5,000 

Larry Thomas, San Francisco, CA. 1 980 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000; 

1987 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Lew Thomas, Houston, TX. 1 975 Photo $5,000; 1 979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres 

$3,000; 1 980 Photo $1 0,000; 1 986 Photo $1 5,000 

Alan Thompson, New Bedford, MA. 1 990 Crafts $5,000 

Catherine Thompson, Seattle, WA. 1990 Crafts $5,000 

Jerry Thompson, New Haven, CT. 1 977 Photo $7,500 

Mark Thompson, Oakland. CA. 1 980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1 989 

New Genres $15,000 

Rena Thompson, Chalfont, PA. 1980 Crafts $3,000; 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Richard Thompson, Albuquerque, NM. 1978 Artist $7,500 

Colin Thomson, New York, NY. 1991 Painting $20,000 

Joan Thorne, New York, NY. 1979 Artist $10,000; 1983 Painting $15,000 

Ruth Thorne-Thomsen, Denver, CO. 1982 Photo $5,000; 1988 Photo $15,000 

Ann Thornycroft, Santa Monica, CA. 1982 Painting $5,000 

Marc Thorpe, St. Augustine, FL. 1975 Artist $3,000 

Bart Thrall, Brooklyn, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Linda Threadgill, East Troy, Wl. 1 984 Crafts $5,000 

Rolling Thunder, Thunder Mountain, NV. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Jacqueline Thurston, Menlo Park, CA. 1 976 Photo $7,500; 1 978 Photo $7,500 

Roger Tibbetts, Danielson, CT. 1980 Artist $3,000; 1989 Painting $5,000 

George Tice, Colonia, NJ. 1 973 Photo $4,000 

Robert Tiemann, San Antonio, TX. 1 968 Artist $5,000 

Sidney Tillim, New York, NY. 1974 Artist $7,500 

Patricia Tillman, Waco, TX. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

George Timock, Shawnee Mission, KS. 1 974 Crafts $3,000; 1 981 Crafts $1 2.500 

Rirkrit Tiravanija, New York, NY. 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

Danny Tisdale, New York, NY. 1 99 1 Sculpture $5,000; 1995 Works On Paper $20,000 

Leonard Titzer, Evansville, IN. 1981 Sculpture $4,000 

Harold Tivey, New York, NY. 1 976 Artist $5,000 

Julius Tobias, New York, NY. 1 975 Artist $8,000; 1 981 Sculpture $1 2,500 

Richard Tobias, New York, NY. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

Dennis Tobin, Bloomington, IL 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Farley Tobin, Bostic, NC. 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Michael Todd, Encinitas, CA. 1974 Artist $7,500 

Deborah Toland, Seattle, WA. 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Edgar Tolson, N. Middleton, KY. 1981 Sculpture $1 2,500 

Lowell Tolstedt, Columbus, OH. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Carter Tomassi, Atlanta, GA. 1 977 Photo $7,500 

Merrily Tompkins, Seattle, WA. 1 979 Crafts $1 0,000 

Michael Tompkins, Crockett, CA. 1987 Painting $5,000; 1989 Painting $5,000 

Marvin Torffield, Branford, CT. 1971 Artist $7,500 

Marilyn Torre-Whitesell, Charlestown, IN. 1977 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

John Torreano, New York, NY. 1978 Artist $7,500; 1982 Painting $25,000; 

1989 Painting $15,000 

Francesc Torres, New York, NY. 1980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1982 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $25,000; 1 993 New Genres $20,000 

Carl Toth, Bloomfield Hills, Ml. 1 975 Photo $5,000; 1 980 Photo $1 0,000; 

1986 Photo $15,000 

Xavier Toubes, Chapel Hill, NC. 1986 Crafts $5,000 

George Trakas, New York, NY. 1 979 Artist $1 0,000; 1 988 Sculpture $1 5,000 

Cesar Trasobares, Coral Gables, FL. 1 979 Artist $3,000 

Alex Traube, Espanola, NM. 1977 Photo $7500 

Donald Traver, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Joyce Treiman, Pacific Palisades, CA. 1989 Painting $15,000 

Gary Trentham, Opelika, AL. 1978 Crafts $7,500 

Arthur Tress, New York, NY. 1973 Photo $3,500 

Karla Trinkley, Boyertown, PA. 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Robert Trotman, Casar, NC. 1 984 Crafts $5,000; 1 988 Crafts $1 5,000 

David True, New York, NY. 1982 Painting $5,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Anne Truitt, Washington, DC. 1 973 Artist $7,500; 1 977 Artist $7,500 

Ida Trusch, Ashland, VA. 1 974 Artist $7,500 

Wen-Ying Tsai, New York, NY. 1976 Artist $2,000 



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Bernard Tschumi, New York, NY. 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Philip Tsiaras, New York, NY. 1984 Photo $5,000 

Toba Tucker, New York, NY. 1 981 Photo $1 2,500 

William Tucker, Pennington, NJ. 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Jane Tuckerman, Boston, MA. 1 982 Photo $5,000 

Nitza Tufino, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Alan Turner, New York, NY. 1977 Artist $7,500; 1981 Painting $1 2,500; 

1987 Painting $15,000 

Alwyn Turner, New Orleans, LA. 1 971 Photo $4,000; 1 973 Photo $5,000 

Tom Turner, Liberty, SC. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

James Turrell, Santa Monica, CA. 1968 Artist $5,000 

Elizabeth Turtle, Eagle River, Wl. 1 982 Crafts $5,000 

Richard Turtle, New York, NY. 1 969 Artist $5,000 

Randy Twaddle, Dallas, TX. 1987 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

John Tweddle, San Antonio, TX. 1 968 Artist $5,000; 1 985 Painting $1 5,000 

Douglas Tyler, Harrisonburg, VA. 1 974 Artist $3,000 

Lilian Tyrrell, Ravenna, OH. 1994 Crafts $20,000 



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Jerry Uelsmann, Gainesville, FL. 1973 Photo $3,300 

Alan Uglow, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $15,000 

Erica Uhlenbeck, New York, NY. 1994 Photo $20,000 

Mierle Ukeles, Bronx, NY. 1977 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1983 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $1 5,000 

Linn Underhill, Syracuse, NY. 1984 Photo $15,000; 1990 Photo $5,000 

William Underhill, Alfred, NY. 1986 Crafts $15,000 

Chris Unterseher, Reno, NV. 1981 Sculpture $12,500 

Andrea Uravitch, Arlington, VA. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Steven Urry, Chicago, IL. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Richard Usrey, Syracuse, NY. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Thomas Uttech, Saukville, Wl. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Connie Utterback, Los Angeles, CA. 1986 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Burk Uzzle, Stone Ridge, NY. 1975 Photo $5,000 



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Boaz Vaadia, Brooklyn, NY. 1 988 Sculpture $5,000 

Robin Vaccarino, Studio City, CA. 1980 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

John Vachon, New York, NY. 1 973 Photo $5,000 

Patssi Valdez, Los Angeles. CA. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Rogelio Valdovin, Tuscon, AZ. 1 979 Crafts $3,000 

Luis Valdovino, Pittsburgh, PA. 1993 New Genres $20,000 

Barbara Valenta, Montclair, NJ. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Dewain Valentine, Venice, CA. 1980 Artist $10,000 

James Valerio, Ithaca, NY. 1985 Painting $1 5,000 

Leo Valledor, San Francisco, CA. 1979 Artist $10,000; 1985 Painting $15,000 

John Van Alstine, Jersey City, NJ. 1 986 Sculpture $1 5,000 

Gerald Van De Weile, New York, NY. 1 969 Artist $5,000 

James Van Der Zee, New York. NY. 1976 Photo $7,500 

George Van Duinwik, Newport, Rl. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Erica Van Horn, Chicago, IL. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Richard Van Pelt, Broomfield, CO. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Lester Van Winkle, Richmond, VA. 1 975 Artist $2,000; 1 979 Artist $1 0,000 

Richard VanBuren, New York. NY. 1 969 Artist $5,000 

Peter Vandenberge, Sacramento, CA. 1981 Crafts $12,500 

Anton Vanderperk, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $1 2,500 

Judy Varga, Elmont, NY. 1981 Sculpture $4,000 

Kazys Varnelis, New York. NY. 1 975 Artist $8,000 

Steina Vasulka, Santa Fe, NM. 1981 Video $12,500; 1985 New Genres $15,000 

Woody Vasulka, Santa Fe, NM. 1982 Video $25,000; 1989 New Genres $15,000 

Kenneth Vavrek, Philadelphia, PA. 1 977 Crafts $5,000 

Edin Velez, New York. NY. 1980 Video $3,000; 1981 Video $12,500; 

1 987 New Genres $1 5,000 

Tony Velez, Brooklyn, NY. 1984 Photo $5,000 

Bernar Venet, New York, NY. 1 979 Artist $3,000 

Michael Venezia, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Rene Verdugo, Tucson, AZ. 1980 Photo $3,000 

David Vereano, Boston, MA. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Tony Vevers, Lafayette. IN. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Ted Victoria, New York, NY. 1975 Artist $2,000 



Bonnie Vierthaler, Seattle, WA. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Frederico Vigil, Santa Fe. NM. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Carlos Villa, San Francisco. CA. 1973 Artist $7,500 

Armando Villasenor, Milwaukee, Wl. 1978 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Paul Villinski, Long Island City, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Frank Viner, Valley Cottage, NY. 1979 Artist $10,000; 1991 Painting $20,000 

Bill Viola, Long Beach, CA. 1 976 Video $5,000; 1 978 Video $1 0.000; 1 983 Video $1 5.000; 

1 989 New Genres $1 5,000 

Jantje Visscher, Minneapolis, MN. 1 989 Works On Paper $3,000 

Anthony Vitale, San Diego, CA. 1975 Artist $2,000 

Ann Volkes, New York, NY. 1979 Video $3,000 

Michael Volonakis, New York, NY. 1982 Painting $5,000 

Cynthia Von Der Embse, Playa del Rey, CA. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Martin Von Haselberg, Venice, CA. 1980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Stephen Von Huene, Valencia, CA. 1 974 Artist $3,000 

Ursula Von Rydingsvard, New York, NY. 1979 Artist $3,000; 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

David Von Schlegell, New York, NY. 1969 Artist $5,000 

Eric Von Schmidt, Westport, CT. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Peter Voulkos, Oakland, CA. 1 976 Artist $1 0,000; 1 978 Crafts $7,500; 

1 986 Crafts $1 5,000 



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Yoshi Wada, New York. NY. 1 993 New Genres $20,000 

Robert Wade, Dallas, TX. 1974 Artist $7,500; 1984 Sculpture $15,000 

Catherine Wagner, San Francisco, CA. 1981 Photo $4,000; 1990 Photo $20,000 

Gale Wagner, Raytown, MO. 1 975 Artist $2,000 

Merrill Wagner, New York, NY. 1 989 Works On Paper $1 5.000 

Jim Waid, Tucson, AZ. 1 985 Painting $1 5,000 

Peter Waite, Hartford, CT. 1983 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

Robert Walch, Brooklyn, NY. 1973 Photo $2,000 

Max Waldman, New York, NY. 1973 Photo $5,000 

Christian Walker, Atlanta, GA. 1990 Photo $5,000 

Harold Walker, Gamsville, FL. 1971 Photo $2,000 

Melanie Walker, Louisville, CO. 1 994 Photo $20,000 

Todd Walker, Tucson, AZ. 1982 Photo $25,000 

William Walker, Chicago, IL. 1 978 Artist $7,500 

William Walker, Oakland, CA. 1 975 Video $2,000; 1 979 Video $1 0,000 

Kay Walkingstick, Inglewood. NJ. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Patricia Wall, Venice, CA. 1981 Painting $4,000 

James Wallace, Memphis, TN. 1980 Crafts $3,000 

John Wallace, Boston, MA. 1974 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Niles Wallace, Memphis. TN. 1 978 Crafts $7,500 

Michael Walling, Kansas City, MO. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Robert Wallis, San Francisco, CA. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Susan Walp, Denver, CO. 1977 Artist $3,000 

Peter Walsh, Baltimore, MD. 1 995 New Genres $20,000 

Gar Wang, Warwick, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Grace Wapner, Woodstock, NY. 1 978 Artist $7,500 

Patricia Warashina, Seattle, WA. 1986 Crafts $15,000 

Cheryl Ward, Philadelphia, PA. 1980 Crafts $3,000 

Nari Ward, New York. NY. 1994 Sculpture $20,000 

William Wareham, Berkeley. CA 1974 Artist $3,000 

Deborah Warner, Philadelphia, PA. 1979 Crafts $10,000 

Mary Warner, Norman, OK. 1985 Pnntmakmg/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Phillip Warner, New York. NY. 1979 Crafts $10,000 

Donald Warnock, Wilton. NH. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Robert Warrens, Baton Rouge, LA. 1979 Artist $10,000; 1985 Painting $15,000 

Jeffery Wasserman, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $15,000 

James Watkins, Providence, Rl. 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Ron Watson, Grand Rapids, Ml. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Lynda Watson-Abbott, Santa Cruz. CA 1977 Crafts $5,000; 1984 Crafts $15,000 

Robert Watts, Bangor. PA 1976 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $10,000 

Jack Wax, Jenkintown, PA. 1986 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Jeffrey Way, New York. NY 1 989 Painting $1 5.000 

Wayne, Chicago, IL. 1 976 Photo $7,500; 1 978 Photo $7,500 

June Wayne, Los Angeles. CA. 1980 Artist $10,000 

Alexander Webb, Brooklyn, NY. 1990 Photo $20,000 

Patrick Webb, Brooklyn. NY. 1983 Painting $5,000: 1985 Painting $5,000; 

1987 Painting $5,000 



Todd Webb, Portland, ME. 1 979 Photo $1 0,000 

James Weeks, Bedford, MA. 1 977 Artist $7,500 

Carrie Mae Weems, Oakland, CA. 1 99 1 Photo $5,000; 1994 Photo $20,000 

William Wegman, New York, NY. 1975 Video $8,000; 1982 Photo $25,000 

Ryan Weideman, New York, NY. 1984 Photo $15,000 

Brian Weil, New York, NY. 1984 Photo $5,000 

Sibyl Weil, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $3,000 

Susan Weil; New York, NY. 1976 Artist $2,000 

Steven Weinberg, Pawtucket, Rl. 1980 Crafts $10,000; 1984 Crafts $15,000 

Lawrence Weiner, New York, NY. 1977 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $7,500; 1985 

Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $15,000 

David Weinrib, Garnerville, NY. 1967 Artist $5,000; 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/ 

Artists' Books $1 5,000 

David Weinstein, Brooklyn, NY. 1985 New Genres $5,000 

John Weir, Oakland, CA. 1979 Photo $10,000 

Kurt Weiser, Tempe, AZ. 1988 Crafts $5,000; 1992 Crafts $20,000 

Jeff Weiss, Los Angeles, CA. 1981 Photo $12,500; 1988 Photo $15,000 

Jessica Weiss, New York, NY. 1 989 Painting $5,000 

Richard Weiss, Seattle, WA. 1 981 Crafts $1 2,500; 1 986 Crafts $1 5,000 

Roger Welch, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $3,000; 1 980 Artist $1 0,000 

Theodore Weller, Providence, Rl. 1985 Painting $15,000 

James Welling, New York, NY. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

Alice Wells, Taos, NM. 1 973 Photo $3,500 

Lynton Wells, New York, NY. 1 975 Artist $4,000 

Jack Welpott, San Francisco, CA. 1 979 Photo $1 0,000 

Stanton Welsh, Oakland, CA. 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Johanna Went, Los Angeles, CA. 1985 New Genres $5,000 

Howard Werner, Mount Tremper, NY. 1 988 Crafts $1 5,000 

John Wesley, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $15,000 

Katarina Weslien, Portland, ME. 1986 Crafts $5,000 

Henry Wessel, Point Richmond, CA. 1975 Photo $5,000; 1977 Photo $7,500 

Annie West, New York, NY. 1 995 Works On Paper $20,000 

Bruce West, Mount Angel, OR. 1 967 Artist $5,000 

H. C. Westermann, Brookfield Center, CT. 1 967 Artist $5,000 

Stephen Westfall, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000; 1989 Painting $5,000; 

1993 Painting $20,000 

Brett Weston, Carmel, CA. 1 973 Photo $5,000 

Katherine Westphal, Berkeley, CA. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Mark Wethli, Brunswick, ME. 1 974 Artist $3,000; 1 995 Painting $20,000 

Jo Whaley, Oakland, CA. 1 994 Photo $20,000 

Margaret Wharton, Glenview, IL. 1 980 Artist $1 0,000; 1 988 Sculpture $1 5,000; 1 993 

Works On Paper $20,000 

Douglas Wheeler, Santa Monica, CA. 1968 Artist $5,000; 1977 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $7,500 

Stephen Whisler, New York, NY. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Bill White, Baltimore, MD. 1979 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

John White, Venice, CA. 1976 Artist $5,000; 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres 

$3,000; 1983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $25,000 

John Wilson White, San Francisco, CA. 1994 Photo $20,000 

Susan White, Brooklyn, NY. 1989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Frances Whitehead, Chicago, IL. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Robert Whitley, Solebury, PA. 1980 Crafts $10,000 

Robert Whitman, New York, NY. 1 975 Artist $8,000 

Mac Whitney, Dallas, TX. 1 979 Artist $1 0,000 

Jack Whitten, New York, NY. 1973 Artist $7,500 

Stephen Whittlesey, West Barnstable, MA. 1 992 Crafts $20,000 

Jay Wholley, Cliffside Park, NJ. 1981 Sculpture $1 2,500 

Susan Whyne, Austin, TX. 1 980 Artist $1 0,000; 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 

Edward Wicklander, Seattle, WA. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Robert Widdicombe, Austin, TX. 1 980 Photo $3,000 

Gwen Widmer, Cedar Falls, IA. 1975 Photo $5,000; 1980 Photo $10,000 

Paul Wiesenfeld, New York, NY. 1 976 Artist $5,000 

Phil Wilbern, Detroit, Ml. 1967 Artist $5,000 

Robert Wilbert, Detroit, Ml. 1 977 Artist $7,500 

Frans Wildenhain, Pittsford, NY. 1 974 Crafts $3,000 

Robert Wilhite, Los Angeles, CA. 1979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 

1981 Sculpture $12,500; 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Hannah Wilke, New York, NY. 1976 Artist $2,000; 1979 Conceptual/Performance/ 

New Genres $3,000 



Larew Wilks, Chicago, IL. 1975 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Dennis Will, Philadelphia, PA. 1 976 Artist $2,000 

John Willenbecher, New York, NY. 1977 Artist $7,500 

Danny Williams, Dallas, TX. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Emmett Williams, Cambridge, MA. 1 979 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $1 0,000 

Franklin Williams, San Francisco, CA. 1 968 Artist $5,000 

Gerald Williams, Goffstown, NH. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Guy Williams, Santa Monica, CA. 1975 Artist $8,000 

Larry Williams, New York, NY. 1979 Photo $10,000 

Mark Williams, New York, NY. 1 980 Artist $3,000; 1 989 Works On Paper $5,000 

Neil Williams, New York, NY. 1 967 Artist $5,000 

Pat Ward Williams, Valencia, CA. 1 988 Works On Paper $3,000; 1 990 Photo $5,000; 

1 994 Photo $20,000 

Rachel Williams, San Francisco, CA. 1985 Painting $5,000 

Reese Williams, New York, NY. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 

1980 Conceptual/ Performance/ New Genres $3,000 

William T. Williams, New York, NY. 1971 Artist $7,500 

Philemona Williamson, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Thornton Willis, New York, NY. 1980 Artist $10,000 

William Willis, Adelphi, MD. 1 980 Artist $1 0,000 

Christopher Wilmarth, New York, NY. 1969 Artist $5,000; 1977 Artist $7,500; 

1980 Artist $10,000 

Ann Wilson, New York, NY. 1980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Anne Wilson, Chicago, IL. 1 982 Crafts $5,000; 1 988 Crafts $1 5,000 

Brett Wilson, Woodbridge, MA. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Charles Wilson, Evanston, IL. 1 988 Sculpture $1 5,000 

Fred Wilson, New York, NY. 1 993 Sculpture $5,000; 1 993 New Genres $20,000 

Helen-Miranda Wilson, Wellfleet, MA. 1983 Painting $15,000 

Mark Wilson, West Cornwall, CT. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Martha Wilson, Brooklyn, NY. 1978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000; 1983 

Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $15,000 

Millie Wilson, Los Angeles, CA. 1993 New Genres $20,000 

Stanley Wilson, Los Angeles, CA. 1986 Sculpture $5,000 

Wes Wilson, San Anselmo, CA. 1968 Artist $5,000 

Gayle Wimmer, Philadelphia, PA. 1 973 Crafts $3,000 

Fran Winant, New York, NY. 1989 Painting $5,000 

James Wines, New York, NY. 1976 Artist $5,000 

David Wing, San Diego, CA. 1 977 Photo $7,500 

Michael Wingo, Los Angeles, CA. 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 

Michael Winkler, Swarthmore, PA. 1985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Geoff Winningham, Houston, TX. 1 975 Photo $5,000; 1 977 Photo $7,500 

Garry Winogrand, Los Angeles, CA. 1975 Photo $5,000 

Neil Winokur, New York, NY. 1984 Photo $15,000 

Paula Winokur, Horsham, PA. 1976 Crafts $5,000; 1988 Crafts $15,000 

Robert Winokur, Horsham, PA. 1 979 Crafts $1 0,000 

Jackie Winsor, New York, NY. 1 974 Artist $7,500; 1 977 Artist $7,500; 

1984 Sculpture $25,000 

David Winter, Brooklyn, NY. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Milo Winter, Providence, Rl. 1975 Artist $2,000 

Suzanne Winterberger, Vestal, NY. 1 984 Photo $5,000 

Robin Winters, New York, NY. 1980 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $10,000 

Karl Wirsum, Chicago, I L 1971 Artist $7,500; 1 977 Artist $7,500; 1983 Painting $15,000 

Nina Wise, San Anselmo, CA. 1985 New Genres $5,000 

Joel Peter Witkin, Albuquerque, NM. 1980 Photo $3,000; 1981 Photo $12,500; 

1 986 Photo $1 5,000; 1 992 Photo $20,000 

Randall Witlicki, Bristol, CT. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Daniel Witz, New York, NY. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Emerson Woelffer, Los Angeles, CA. 1 974 Artist $7,500 

Fred Woell, New Paltz, NY. 1 977 Crafts $5,000; 1 992 Crafts $20,000 

Philip Wofford, Hoosick Falls, NY. 1 974 Artist $7,500; 1 980 Artist $1 0,000; 

1989 Painting $15,000 

Gary Wojcik, Trumansburg, NY. 1 980 Artist $3,000 

Eva Wolfe, Cherokee, NC. 1 977 Crafts $5,000 

James Wolfe, Bennington, VT. 1 974 Artist $3,000 

Dee Wolff, Houston, TX. 1989 Painting $5,000 

Jeffrey Wolin, Bloomington. IN. 1 988 Photo $5,000; 1 992 Photo $20,000 

Claudia Wolz, Oakland, CA. 1 980 Photo $3,000 

Robert Womack, Richmond, VA. 1 994 Crafts $20,000 

Al Wong, San Francisco, CA. 1 983 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $5,000 



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Tony Wong, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000 

Beatrice Wood, Ojai, CA. 1977 Crafts $5,000 

Brian Wood, New York, NY. 1 984 Photo $1 5,000 

Joseph Wood, Cambridge, MA. 1 990 Crafts $5,000 

Nicholas Wood, Arlington, TX. 1981 Sculpture $4,000 

John Woodalt, San Francisco, CA. 1 989 New Genres $1 5,000 

Betty Woodman, Boulder, CO. 1980 Crafts $10,000; 1986 Crafts $25,000 

George Woodman, Boulder, CO. 1968 Artist $5,000 

Robin Woodsome, Chicago, IL. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Steven Woodward, Minneapolis, MN. 1988 Sculpture $5,000 

Christopher Wool, New York, NY. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

Ellamarie Wooley, San Diego, CA. 1974 Crafts $3,000 

William Woolston, Genessee, ID. 1976 Photo $7,500 

Don Worth, Mill Valley, CA. 1980 Photo $10,000 

Dick Wray, Houston, TX. 1978 Artist $7,500 

Boyd Wright, Moscow, ID. 1982 Sculpture $25,000 

Kevin Wrigley, Linden, NJ. 1977 Photo $7,500 

Tom Wudl, Venice, CA. 1976 Artist $5,000 

Theo Wujcik, Temple Terrance, FL. 1977 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Len Wujick, Lexington, KY. 1 980 Crafts $3,000 

Ann Wulff, Sacramento, CA. 1 986 Photo $5,000 

Sanford Wurmfeld, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Ronald Wyffels, San Antonio, TX. 1 982 Sculpture $5,000 

Richard Wyman, Layton, NJ. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

William Wyman, Scituate, MA. 1977 Crafts $5,000 



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Jan Yager, Philadelphia, PA. 1984 Crafts $5,000 

Mihoko Yamagata, San Juan Capistrano, CA. 1982 Photo $5,000 

Nina Yankowitz, New York, NY. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Robert Yarber, New York, NY. 1983 Painting $5,000; 1985 Painting $5,000 

Bert Yarborough, Provincetown, MA. 1980 Artist $3,000 

Richard Yarde, Brookline, MA. 1 976 Artist $5,000 

Kim Yasuda, Los Angeles, CA. 1 990 Sculpture $5,000 

Robert Yasuda, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Steven Yates, Albuquerque, NM. 1980 Photo $3,000 

Max Yavno, Los Angeles, CA. 1 980 Photo $1 0,000 

Peter Yelda, San Luis Obispo, CA. 1 980 Crafts $3,000 

Phyllis Yes, Portland, OR. 1987 Painting $5,000 

Rita Yokoi, Los Angeles, CA. 1981 Sculpture $12,500 

Bruce Yonemoto, Los Angeles, CA. 1983 Video $15,000 

Bruce and Norman Yonemoto, Los Angeles, CA. 1 989 New Genres $1 5,000 

Norman Yonemoto, Venice, CA. 1985 New Genres $5,000 

Ray Yoshida, Chicago, IL. 1 989 Painting $1 5,000 

Ann Young, Bolinas, CA. 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Michael Young, New York, NY. 1987 Painting $15,000 

Peter Young, New York, NY. 1969 Artist $5,000 

Purvis Young, Miami, FL. 1979 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $3,000 

Sara Young, Cranston, Rl. 1988 Crafts $5,000; 1992 Crafts $20,000 

Robert Younger, New York, NY. 1982 Sculpture $5,000; 1990 Sculpture $20,000 

Jack Youngerman, New York, NY. 1967 Artist $5,000; 1984 Sculpture $15,000 



Marci Zelmanoff, New York, NY. 1 974 Crafts $3,000 

Jerilea Zemple, New York, NY. 1981 Sculpture $4,000 

Jerry Zeniuk, New York, NY. 1981 Painting $12,500 

Patrick Zentz, Laurel, MT 1990 Sculpture $5,000 

Amy Zerner, East Hampton, NY. 1985 Painting $15,000 

Hongtu Zhang, New York, NY. 1995 Works On Paper $20,000 

Mel Ziegler/Kate Ericson, New York, NY. 1987 New Genres $5,000; 1993 

New Genres $20,000 

Arnold Zimmerman, New York, NY. 1982 Crafts $5,000; 1986 Crafts $5,000; 

1 990 Crafts $5,000 

Elyn Zimmerman, Venice, CA. 1 976 Artist $5,000; 1 980 Artist $3,000; 

1982 Sculpture $25,000 

Thomas Zimmerman, San Francisco, CA. 1973 Photo $2,500 

Philip Zimmermann, Barrytown, NY. 1 995 Works On Paper $20,000 

Georgette Zirbes, Ann Arbor, Ml. 1 975 Crafts $5,000 

Peter Zokosky, Los Angeles, CA. 1 987 Painting $5,000 

Larry Zox, New York, NY. 1969 Artist $5,000 

Edward Zucca, Putnam, CT. 1 981 Crafts $1 2,500 

Barbara Zucker, New York, NY. 1975 Artist $4,000 

Michael Zwack, New York, NY. 1979 Artist $3,000 

Janet Zweig, Cambridge, MA. 1 985 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000; 1 994 

Sculpture $20,000 

Rhonda Zwillinger, Brooklyn, NY. 1984 Sculpture $5,000 

Mary Ann Zynsky, Lynnfield, MA. 1 982 Crafts $5,000; 1 986 Crafts $1 5.000 



Dorian Zachai, Richmond, NH. 1975 Crafts $5,000 

Michele Zackheim, Tesuque, NM. 1 989 Works On Paper $3,000 

Isaiah Zagar, Philadelphia, PA. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Tino Zago, New York, NY. 1982 Painting $5,000; 1985 Painting $15,000 

Stephen Zaima, Iowa City, IA. 1974 Artist $3,000 

Mikhail Zakin, Closter, NJ. 1976 Crafts $5,000 

Duane Zaloudek, New York, NY. 1 987 Painting $1 5.000 

KesZapkus, New York, NY. 1979 Artist $10,000 

Leo Zarogoza, New York, NY. 1 975 Crafts $5,000 

Marian Zazeela, New York, NY. 1 978 Conceptual/Performance/New Genres $3,000 

Aggie Zed, Richmond, VA. 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Harold Zegart, Berkeley. CA. 1971 Photo $1,000 

Connie Zehr, Fullerton, CA. 1986 Sculpture $15,000 

Dorothy Zeidman, Norman, OK. 1 976 Artist $2,000 

Armando Zelada, Rochester, NY. 1973 Photo $5,000 

Paul Zelevansky, New York, NY. 1982 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 



REGIONAL RECIPIENTS 



Mid-America Arts Alliance 

Visual Artists' Fellowships 



Byron K. Addison, Ballwin, MO. 1 988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Joseph H. Allen, Bellaire, TX. 1994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Helen Altman, Fort Worth, TX. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Ed Andrews, St. Louis, MO. 1 989 Sculpture $3,000 

Tre' Arenz, Austin, TX. 1 993 Crafts $5,000 

Kathryn Arnold, Lenexa, KS. 1 996 Painting $5,000 

Jeri Au, Pacific. MO. 1 985 Crafts $3,000 

Barry Badgett, Wichita, KS. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

David Bailin, N. Little Rock, AR. 1988 Painting $5,000 

Karen Baldner, Fayetteville, AR. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Alex Barde, Pittsburg, KS. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Peter Beasecker, Dallas, TX. 1 995 Crafts $5,000 

Jill Bedgood, Austin, TX. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 

Margaret Elizabeth Belcher, Dallas, TX. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Kent Bellows, Omaha, NE. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Andrew Bennett, Dallas, TX. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Thomas Berding, Bloomington, IN. 1990 Painting $5,000 

Ellen Berman, Houston. TX. 1 988 Painting $3,000 

Edward Bernstein, Fayetteville, AR. 1 984 Works on Paper $3,000 

Pamela J. Berry, Omaha, NE. 1991 Photography $5,000 

William A. Berry, Columbia, MO. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Linda Blackburn, Ft. Worth, TX. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Sharon Bock, Bonner Springs, KS. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Alexandra Bowes, San Francisco, CA. 1990 Works on Paper $5,000 

Ruth Bowman, Lawrence, KS. 1 985 Sculpture $3,000 

Marna Brauner, Shorewood, Wl. 1985 Crafts $3,000 

James Brewer, Heartwell, NE. 1 986 Works on Paper $3,000 

Curtiss Brock, Smithville, TN. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Larry D. Buechel, Kansas City, MO. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 

Lisa Bulawsky, St. Louis, MO. 1996 Painting $5,000 

James M. Butkus, Omaha, NE. 1987 Photography $3,000 

Carla C. Cain, Oklahoma City, OK. 1 987 Photography $3,000 

Carol Carter, St. Louis, MO. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Keith Carter, Beaumont, TX. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Gary Cawood, Ruston, LA. 1995 Photography $5,000 

Lynn Cazabon, Lewisburg, PA. 1 993 Photography $5,000 

Tom Chaffee, State University, AR. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Ann Chamberlin, Los Angeles, CA. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Isabelle Chapman, Houston, TX. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Michael R. Charles, Cedar Park, TX. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Martin Fan Cheng, Lawrence, KS. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Judith Child, St. Louis, MO. 1 996 Painting $5,000 

Les Christensen, State University, AR. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Lisa Cole-Kronenburg, Lenexa, KS. 1 994 Painting $5,000 

Michael Collins, Houston, TX. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Jennifer Colten Schmidt, St. Louis, MO. 1993 Photography $5,000 

Eduardo Conde, Fayetteville. AR, 1 990 Crafts $5,000 

Diane Covert, Belmont, MA. 1983 Photography $3,000 

Reece Crawford, Omaha. NE. 1 993 Sculpture $5,000 

Warren Criswell, Benton, AR. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Alison Crocetta, St. Louis, MO. 1 995 Sculpture $5,000 

Steven John Cromwell, Kansas City, MO. 1983 Photography $3,000 

Kevin Cunningham, Houston, TX. 1 988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Susan Davidoff, El Paso, TX. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Leila Daw, Somerville. MA. 1990 Works on Paper $5,000 



Blane De St. Croix, Omaha, NE. 1 993 Sculpture $5,000 
Meredith Dean, St. Louis, MO. 1 984 Works on Paper $3,000 
Phillip Rick Dingus, Lubbock, TX. 1987 Photography $3,000 
Kenneth R. Dixon, Lubbock, TX. 1986 Works on Paper $3,000 
Michael Doga, Houston, TX. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Deborah Donoghue, St. Louis, MO. 1986 Works on Paper $3,000 
James Drake, El Paso, TX. 1 988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Celia Eberle, Longview, TX. 1994 Painting $5,000 

G. Noah Edmundson, Houston, TX. 1 989 Sculpture $3,000 

Peggy Eng, St. Louis, MO. 1 995 Crafts $5,000 

Sharon Engelstein, Houston, TX. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Ken Engquist, Wichita, KS. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Gaspar Enriquez, El Paso, TX. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Eleanor Herren Erskine, Kansas City, MO. 1 984 Works on Paper $3,000 

Terry Thompson Evans, Sylvia, KS. 1 983 Photography $3,000 

Vincent Falsetta, Denton, TX. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Catherine Ferguson, Omaha, NE. 1985 Sculpture $3,000 

Larry Ferguson, Omaha, NE. 1983 Photography $3,000 

Russell Ferguson, Kansas City, MO. 1992 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Sandra Fiedorek, Austin, TX. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Elisa Forgelman, St. Louis, MO. 1992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Bill Frazier, Houston, TX. 1987 Photography/Experimental $3,000 

Barbara Frets, Shawnee Mission, KS. 1986 Painting $3,000 

Hirokazu Fukawa, Kansas City, MO. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Janna Fulbright, Beaumont, TX. 1995 Photography $5,000 

Michael Galbreth,, TX. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

William G. Ganzel, Lincoln, NE. 1983 Photography $3,000 

Lilian Garcia-Roig Austin, TX. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Sid Garrison, Houston, TX. 1 985 Crafts $3,000 

Cathy Lynn Gasser, Lawrence, KS. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Robin Dru Germany, Slaton, TX. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Richard Gillespie, Lawrence, KS. 1985 Sculpture $3,000 

Jake Gilson, Fort Worth, TX. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Robly Glover, Lubbock, TX. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Steven Goff, Odessa, TX. 1 987 Photography $3,000 

Gary Goldberg, Wichita Falls, TX. 1 983 Photography $3,000 

Lester Goldman, Kansas City, MO. 1 986 Painting $5,000 

Jessica Gondek, Grand Rapids, Ml. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Shea Gordon, Kansas City, MO. 1 986 Works on Paper $3,000 

Thomas Gormally, Wichita, KS. 1985 Sculpture $3,000 

Thomas S. Gregg, Kansas City, MO. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Marcia Miller Gross, Kansas City, MO. 1 993 Crafts $5,000 

Dawn Guernsey, St. Louis, MO. 1 996 Painting $5,000 

John Gutowski, Kansas City, MO. 1 987 Photography $3,000 

Joe Guy, Fort Worth, TX. 1990 Painting $5,000 

John Hadley, Norman, OK. 1985 $3,000 

Kenneth J. Hale, Manchaca, TX. 1990 Works on Paper $5,000 

Joan Hall, St. Louis, MO. 1984 Works on Paper $3,000 

Leah Hardy, Huntsville, TX. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Cynthia Harper, Omaha, NE. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Susan Harrington, Fort Worth, TX. 1990 Painting $5,000 

Lynn Havel, El Dorado, KS. 1 984 Works on Paper $3,000 

Jon Havener, Lawrence, KS. 1 985 Sculpture $3,000 

Edgar Heap of Birds, Geary, OK. 1988 Crafts $3,000 



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Frank Herbert, longview, TX. 1990 Painting $5,000 

John Hernandez, Dallas, TX. 1988 Painting $3,000 

T. Paul Hernandez, Austin, TX. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 

Richard Hinson, Houston, TX. 1993 Photography $5,000 

Mark Hogensen, San Antonio, TX. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Kathleen Holder, Little Rock, AR. 1984 Works on Paper $3,000 

Susan Horn, Lincoln, NE. 1983 Photography $3,000 

Mary Jo Horning, Omaha, NE. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Martha Horvay, Lincoln, NE. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Perry House, Houston, TX. 1990 Painting $5,000 

Randolph B. Howard, Austin, TX. 1990 Painting $5,000 

Sandria Hu, Stanford, CA. 1986 Painting $3,000 

Gerard D. Huber, Dallas, TX. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Benito Huerta, Houston, TX. 1990 Painting $5,000 

Debora Hunter, Dallas, TX. 1987 Photography $3,000 

Gretchen Hupfel, Kansas City, MO. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Earl Iversen, Lawrence, KS. 1983 Photography $3,000 

Keith Jacobshagen, Lincoln, NE. 1983 Photography $3,000 
Emily Jennings, Abilene, TX. 1 989 Sculpture $3,000 
Marilyn K. Jolly, Dallas, TX. 1986 Painting/Works on Paper $3,000 
Mary Anne Jordan, KS. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Janet E. Kastner, Austin, TX. 1989 Crafts $5,000 

Cima N. Katz, Baldwin, KS. 1984 Works on Paper $3,000 

John Keech, State University, AR. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Pat Kelly, Arlington, MA. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Barbara F. Kendrick, Lincoln, NE. 1985 Sculpture $3,000 

Bill Kennedy, Austin, TX. 1 987 Photography $3,000 

Christopher Ketchie, New Haven, CT 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Christopher J. Kilmer, Shawnee, KS. 1983 Photography $3,000 

Paul Kittelson, Houston, TX. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 

Doug Koch, Kansas City, MO 1 983 Photography $3,000 

Howard C. Koerth, Rutherford, OK. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Sharon Kopriva,. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Kevin Kresse, Little Rock, AR. 1 996 Painting $5,000 

Bethany L. Kriegsman, Denver, CO. 1984 Works on Paper $3,000 

Kathleen Kuchar, Hays, KS. 1 986 Painting $3,000 

Karen Kunc, Lincoln, NE. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Randall J. Kust, Wichita, KS. 1 984 Works on Paper $3,000 

Pok-Chi Lau, Lawrence, KS. 1 983 Photography $3,000 
Thana Lauhakaikul, Austin, TX. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 
Sherry Leedy, Lake Lotawana, MO 1 984 Crafts $3,000 
Joan Levinson, St. Louis, MO. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Anne Lindberg, Kansas City, MO. 1993 Crafts $5,000 
Eric Lindveit, Chicago, IL 1993 Sculpture $5,000 
Harry Littell, Omaha, NE. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 
Ken Little, Norman, OK. 1 985 Sculpture $3,000 
Kathy Lovas, Dallas, TX. 1 995 Photography $5,000 
Mark Lyman, St. Louis, MO. 1985 Crafts $3,000 
Giles Lyon, Houston, TX. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Margaret MacKichan, Lincoln, NE. 1983 Photography $3,000 

David Mackie, Cypress, TX. 1 990 Painting $5,000 

Joe Mancuso, Houston, TX. 1 994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Peter Marcus, St. Louis, MO. 1 984 Works on Paper $3,000 

Neil Maurer, San Antonio. TX. 1995 Photography $5,000 

Mary F. McCleary, Nacogdoches, TX. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Sharon McConnell, Chicago, IL 1989 Crafts $5,000 

Judith B. McCrea, Lawrence, KS. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Patrick Mcfarlin, Benton, AR. 1986 Painting $3,000 

David McGee, Houston, TX. 1 996 Painting $5,000 

Elizabeth McGrath, San Antonio, TX. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

David Melby, Leavenworth, KS. 1986 Painting $3,000 

C. Meng, San Marcos, TX. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Sunni Mercer, Yukon, OK. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Hugh J. Merrill, Kansas City, MO 1992 Works on Paper $5,000 



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Neva Mikulicz, Houston, TX. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Michael C. Miller, Commerce, TX. 1992 Painting $5,000 
John Moler, New Braunfels. TX. 1995 Photography $5,000 
Bernice Montgomery, Dallas, TX. 1996 Painting $5,000 
Anthony Montoya, Lincoln, NE. 1983 Photography $3,000 
Pamela Moore, Dallas, TX. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Diane Morley, West Memphis, AR. 1 990 Painting $5,000 
Rosalind-Kimball Moulton, Columbia. MO. 1987 Photography $3,000 
James Munce, Manhattan, KS. 1984 Works on Paper $3,000 
Deborah J. Murphy, Omaha, NE. 1994 Painting $5,000 

David Najjab, Garland, TX. 1 993 Photography $5,000 

Christina Narwicz, Omaha, NE. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Edward Navone, Topeka, KS. 1 986 Painting $3,000 

Fredrick J. Nelson, St. Louis, MO. 1990 Painting $5,000 

Nic Nicosia, Dallas, TX. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Leon Niehues, Huntsville, AR. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Garry Noland, Independence, MO. 1 994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Michael Nye, San Antonio, TX. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Raymond Olivero, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 1992 Painting $5,000 
Lisa Orr, Austin, TX. 1 995 Crafts $5,000 

James R. Pace, Tyler, TX. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Suzanne Paquette, San Antonio, TX. 1990 Painting $5,000 

Aaron Parazette, Houston, TX. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Jorge J. Pardo, Austin, TX. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Gregory Parker, Topeka, KS. 1986 Painting $3,000 

Gary Passanise, St. Louis, MO. 1994 Painting/Works or, Bfeper $5,000 

Gloria Osuna Perez, El Paso, TX. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Mario Perez, Houston, TX. 1992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Sarah Perkins, Springfield, MO. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Sammy Peters, Little Rock, AR. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Bradley R. Petersen, Austin, TX. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Michael Peven, Fayetteville, AR. 1 983 Works on Paper $3,000 

David Phelps, Norman, OK. 1985 Sculpture $3,000 

E. Barry Phillips, Odessa, TX. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Donna Pinckley, Little Rock, AR. 1 995 Photography $5,000 

James B. Pink, Norman, OK. 1984 Works on Paper $3,000 

Jason Pollen, Kansas City, MO. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

John Pomara, Dallas, TX. 1990 Painting $5,000 

J. Alex Potter, Hutchinson, KS. 1 994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Carolyn Prescott, Austin, TX. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Susan Puelz, Lincoln, NE. 1986 Painting $3,000 

William Quinn, St. Louis, MO. 1986 Painting $3,000 

Roxanne Rackerby, Fayetteville, AR. 1983 Photography $3,000 

Chris Ramsay, Stillwater, OK. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Kathleen A. Raymond, Richardson, TX. 1 994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Dave Read, Lincoln, NE. 1983 Photography $3,000 

Dianne L. Reeves, Austin, TX. 1986 Works on Paper $3,000 

Joseph M. Renard, St. Louis, MO. 1986 Painting $3,000 

Nancy Newman Rice, St. Louis. MO. 1986 Painting $3,000 

Patricia D. Richards, Piano, TX 1991 Photography $5,000 

Linda Murphy Robbennolt, Oklahoma City, OK. 1983 Photography $3,000 

Riley B. Robinson, Helotes, TX. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Dana Romeis, St. Louis. MO. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Craig Roper, Lincoln, NE 1991 Photography $5,000 

Gloria Ross, Piano, TX. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Dean Ruck, Houston, TX 1989 Sculpture $3,000 

Robert Ruello, Houston. TX 1992 Painting $5,000 

Ricardo Ruiz, Corpus Christi, TX 1992 Painting $5,000 

Kent T. Rush, San Antonio, TX 1 991 Photography $5,000 

Jim Sajovic, Kansas City. MO 1986 Painting $3,000 
John Salvest, State University, AR. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 
Arturo Sanchez, Houston. TX. 1986 Painting $3,000 
William Sapp, Little Rock. AR 1985 Sculpture $3,000 



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Majorie Schick, Pittsburg, KS. 1 985 Crafts $3,000 
Shirley Luke Schnell, Lee's Summit, MO. 1 996 Painting $5,000 
Patrick Schuchard, St. Louis, MO. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 
Larry W. Schwarm, Emporia, KS. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Beth Secor, Houston, TX. 1 994 Painting $5,000 
Cindy Sims, Arlington, TX. 1987 Photography $3,000 
■ Luther Smith, Fort Worth, TX. 1 993 Photography $5,000 
Sharon E. Smith, Austin, TX. 1995 Crafts $5,000 
Hills Snyder, Helotes, TX. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 
John Sparagana, Houston, TX. 1988 Painting $3,000 
F. L. Doc Spellmon, San Antonio, TX. 1 990 Painting $5,000 
John Spence, Lincoln, NE. 1983 Photography $3,000 
Laurie Spencer, Tulsa, OK. 1 985 Crafts $3,000 
Mary Sprague, St. Louis, MO. 1984 Painting $3,000 
Lin Stanionis, Amanllo, TX. 1993 Crafts $5,000 
Robert Starck, Roca, NE. 1983 Photography $3,000 
Henry Stein, San Antonio, TX. 1 995 Sculpture $5,000 
Sharon Stewart, Chaconn, NM. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Donna Phipps Stout, Winslow, AR. 1996 Painting $5,000 
Ken Stout, Winslow, AR. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Stan Strembicki, St. Louis, MO. 1993 Photography $5,000 
Beryl Striewski, Houston, TX. 1 987 Photography $3,000 
Charles Stroh, Manhattan, KS. 1996 Painting $5,000 
Kim Strommen, St. Louis, MO. 1985 Sculpture $3,000 
Corky Stuckenbruck, Weston, TX. 1 989 Crafts $3,000 
Edward Sturr, Manhattan, KS. 1 995 Photography $5,000 
Gary Sutton, Independence, MO. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Jon Keith Swindell, Lawrence, KS. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 
David Szafranski, Irving, TX. 1 994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Tom Tarnowski, Overland Park, KS. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Ronald W. Thomas, St. Louis, MO. 1984 Works on Paper $3,000 
Sally Thomas, Manhattan, KS. 1996 Painting $5,000 
William R. Thomas, Houston, TX. 1 995 Photography $5,000 
Donald Thompson, Tulsa, OK. 1993 Photography $5,000 
Richard Thompson, San Antonio, TX. 1 986 Painting $3,000 
Jackie Tileston, Houston, TX. 1 994 Painting $5,000 
James Tisdale, Austin, TX. 1995 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 
Mark Todd, San Marcos, TX. 1986 Works on Paper $3,000 
Lana Turner, Kansas City, MO. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Munya Avighil Upin, San Antonio, TX. 1 989 Crafts $3,000 

Kathy Vargas, San Antonio, TX. 1995 Photography $5,000 
David Vertacnik, Lawrence, KS. 1 985 Sculpture $3,000 
Joseph Vitone, Austin, TX. 1 993 Photography $5,000 

Susan Elaine Wallace, Houston, TX. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Lloyd Walsh, San Antonio, TX. 1 996 Painting $5,000 

Kenny Walton, Avoca, NE. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Liz Ward, Houston, TX. 1 992 Photography $5,000 

Mary Warner, Norman, OK. 1 984 Works on Paper $3,000 

Jacqueline Warren, Springfield, MO. 1986 Painting $3,000 

Linda Warren, Oklahoma City, OK. 1 986 Painting $3,000 

Wendy Watriss, Houston, TX. 1 987 Photography $3,000 

Steven D. Watson, Fort Worth, TX. 1 995 Photography $5,000 

Sam Wayne, St. Louis, MO. 1986 Painting $3,000 

Bruce West, Mount Angel, OR. 1987 Photography $3,000 

Barbara Westerfield, Indianapolis, IN. 1986 Works on Paper $3,000 

Gina Westergard, Lawrence, KS. 1 995 Crafts $5,000 

David Wharton, Austin, TX. 1 987 Photography $3,000 

Michael Whitehead, Dallas, TX. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Lea Whittington, Houston, TX. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Marjorie Williams-Smith, Little Rock, AR. 1984 Works on Paper $3,000 

Geoff Winningham, Houston, TX. 1993 Photography $5,000 

Roger Winter, Dallas, TX. 1 988 Painting $3,000 

William Wolfram, Seward, NE. 1984 Works on Paper $3,000 

Alexis E. Wreden, St. Louis, MO. 1985 Sculpture $3,000 



Sydney P. Yeager, Austin, TX. 1996 Painting $5,000 
Hugh Charles Yorty, Springfield, MO. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Gregory Zeorlin, Tyler, TX. 1 993 Crafts $5,000 

Robert Ziebell, Port Bolibar, TX. 1987 Photography $3,000 



Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation 

Visual Artists' Fellowships 



Elizabeth Albert, Brooklyn, NY. 1996 Painting $5,000 
Mike Alewitz, New Brunswick, NJ. 1992 Painting $5,000 
Pat Alexander, Baltimore, MD. 1 989 Crafts $3,000 
Candida Alvarez, New Haven, CT 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 
Suzanne Amendolara, Edinboro, PA. 1995 Crafts $5,000 
Barbara E. Ames, Richmond, VA. 1995 Photography $5,000 
Humberto Aquino, New York, NY. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 
Man Averbuch, Long Island City, NY. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

Pat Bacon, Lyons, NY. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 
Eugene Baguskas, Philadelphia, PA. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Xenobia Bailey, New York, NY. 1 993 Crafts $5,000 
V. Bambini, Brooklyn, NY. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 
William Baran-Mickle, Rochester, NY. 1989 Crafts $3,000 
Jill Baroff, Brooklyn, NY. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 
Ronald Baron, Brooklyn, NY. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 
Barron Burke, Erie, PA. 1 988 Works on Paper $3,000 
Catherine Batza, Washington, DC. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 
Miriam Beerman, Montclair, NJ. 1996 Works on Paper $5,000 
Catherine Behrent, Baltimore, MD. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Dawoud Bey, New Haven, CT. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Michael K Bisbee, New York, NY. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 
Dike Blair, New York, NY. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 
Miriam Bloom, New York, NY. 1993 Crafts $5,000 
Suzanne Bocanegra, New York, NY. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 
Katherine Bowling, New York, NY. 1988 Crafts $3,000 
Roger Boyce, New York, NY. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Daniel R. Brewer, Philadelphia, PA. 1 996 Works on Paper $5,000 
Lucinda Brogden, Rochester, NY. 1 989 Crafts $3,000 
Jane Bruce, New York, NY. 1 989 Crafts $3,000 
Wayne Edson Bryan, Alexandria, VA. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Charlie Buck, Philadelphia, PA. 1989 Crafts $3,000 
Kendall Buster, Washington, DC. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 
John Eric Byers, Philadelphia, PA. 1 993 Crafts $5,000 
Judy Byron, Washington, DC. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Syd Carpenter, Philadelphia, PA. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Paul Chaleff, Pine Plains, NY. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Nancy Chalker-Tennant, Rochester, NY. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Catherine Chalmers, New York, NY. 1995 Photography $5,000 

John Cleary, Salisbury, MD. 1994 Painting $5,000 

M. J. Connors, Brooklyn, NY. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Douglas Cooper, Pittsburgh, PA. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Teri Cotruzzola, New Paltz, NY. 1 993 Crafts $5,000 

Annette Cyr, New York, NY. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Ardyth Davis, Reston, VA. 1 989 Crafts $3,000 

Lisa Corinne Davis, New York, NY. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Nancy Diamond, New York, NY. 1 996 Painting $5,000 

Judite Dos Santos, New York, NY. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Leonardo Drew, New York, NY. 1 993 Sculpture $5,000 

Jean Edelstein, New York, NY. 1996 Works on Paper $5,000 
Barbara Ess, New York, NY. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Roger Essley, Alexandria, VA. 1 988 Works on Paper $3,000 



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Rochelle Feinstein, New York, NY. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Robert Flynt, New York, NY. 1 995 Photography $5,000 
Walton Ford, New York, NY. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Claire Freeman, Edgewater, MD. 1990 Painting $5,000 

Sonia Gechtoff, New York, NY. 1 988 Works on Paper $3,000 
Michele Godwin, New York, NY. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Kenneth P. Goldsmith, New York, NY. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 
Mark Goodwin, Philadelphia, PA. 1 996 Works on Paper $5,000 
Don Green, Delhi, NY. 1 995 Crafts $5,000 
Joseph Grigely, Jersey City, NJ. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 
Kenneth Groves, Nettie, WV. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 
Will Guy, New York, NY. 1994 Painting $5,000 



Fidel Marquez, New York, NY. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Frederick Marshall, Paterson, NJ. 1989 Crafts $3,000 
Claudia Matzko, Brooklyn, NY. 1 993 Sculpture $5,000 
Scott L. Mccarney, Rochester, NY. 1 996 Works on Paper $5,000 
Jan Mehn, Newark. DE. 1 988 Works on Paper $3,000 
Geanna Merola, Ocean Grove, NJ. 1995 Photography $5,000 
Marianne Mitchell, Lafayette Hills, PA. 1992 Painting $5,000 
Chevelle Makeba Moore, Baltimore. MD. 1996 Painting $5,000 
Susan Moore, Philadelphia, PA. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 
Jim Morris, Buffalo, NY. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 
Annette Morriss, Pawling, NY. 1992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Tom Nakashima, Washington, DC. 1992 Painting $5,000 
Shirin Neshat, New York, NY. 1995 Photography $5,000 ' 



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Matthew Haberstroh, New York, NY. 1 990 Painting $5,000 
Beth Haggart, Gillette, NJ. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 
Rodney Harder, New York, NY. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Mark D. Harrell, Baltimore, MD. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Bryan Hillstrom, New York, NY. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Alyssa Hinton, Fleetwood, PA. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Richard A. Hirsch, Churchville, NY. 1995 Crafts $5,000 
Miriam Hitchcock, Ithaca, NY. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Frank I. Hobbs, Staunton, VA. 1 996 Works on Paper $5,000 
Jim Hodges, New York, NY. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 
Ricardo Hoegg, Baltimore, MD. 1992 Painting $5,000 
Marilyn Holsing, Merion Station, PA. 1996 Painting $5,000 
Sharon Horvath, Brooklyn, NY. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Richard Hricko, Philadelphia, PA. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Thomas Hubert, Fairview, PA. 1995 Crafts $5,000 
Woody Hughes, Wading River, NY. 1989 Crafts $3,000 
Jenny Humphreys, Brooklyn, NY. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Frank Hyder, Philadelphia, PA. 1 993 Crafts $5,000 

Jeanne Jaffe, Philadelphia, PA. 1993 Crafts $5,000 
Sungjoon Joh, New York, NY. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Sue Johnson, Hollywood, MD. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Mablen Jones, New York, NY. 1 988 Works on Paper $3,000 
Sally Jones, Worcester, NY. 1989 Crafts $3,000 
Mary Judge, New York, NY. 1 996 Works on Paper $5,000 

Shirley Kaneda, New York, NY. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Enid Kaplan, New York, NY. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Taka Kawachi, Brooklyn, NY. 1990 Painting $5,000 

Shirley Keys, Potomac, MD. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Barbara Klein, Lawrenceville, NJ. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Peter W. Krashes, Brooklyn, NY. 1 996 Painting $5,000 

Alyssa Dee Krauss, Newton, NJ. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

David Krueger, Hyattsville, MD. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Eve Andree Laramee, Brooklyn, NY. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 
Jenny Lavin, Brooklyn, NY. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Ora Lerman, New York, NY. 1992 Painting $5,000 
David Lewin, Millville, NJ. 1995 Crafts $5,000 
Susan Lipper, New York, NY. 1 995 Photography $5,000 
Hilary S. Lorenz, New York, NY. 1 996 Works on Paper $5,000 
Patrick Loughran, New York, NY. 1989 Crafts $3,000 
Whitfield Lovell, New York, NY. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 
Kate Loye, Brooklyn, NY. 1 993 Sculpture $5,000 
Mark Lueders, Strafford. PA. 1995 Crafts $5,000 
Marlen Lugo, New York, NY. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 
Marcia Lyons, New York, NY. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Daniel Mack, Warwick, NY. 1989 Crafts $3,000 
Martha Madigan, Philadelphia. PA. 80 Photography $3,000 
Henrietta Mantooth, New York, NY 1996 Painting $5,000 
Sherwin Mark, Baltimore, MD. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 
Jenny Marketou, New York, NY. 1991 Photography $5,000 
China Marks, New York, NY. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 



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Matt Nolen, New York, NY. 1 995 Crafts $5,000 

Aric Obrosjey, New York, NY. 1 996 Works on Paper $5,000 

Trisha Orr, Charlottesville, VA. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Lawley Paisley-Jones, Arlington, VA. 1992 Painting $5,000 
Joyce Pensato, Brooklyn, NY. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 
Phyllis Plattner, Bethesda, MD. 1988 Painting $3,000 
Rona Pondick, New York, NY. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 
Liliana Porter, New York, NY. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Nadezda Prvulovic, Columbia, MD. 1 990 Works on Paper $5,000 
Ernesto Pujol, Brooklyn, NY. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Laurel Quarberg, Norfolk, VA. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Ann Reeves, Hackettstown, NJ. 1994 Painting $5,000 
David Riffle, Charleston, WV. 1 994 Painting $5,000 
Supratman Rikin, Baltimore. MD. 1995 Crafts $5,000 
Nancy Ring, New York, NY. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 
Jack Risley, Brooklyn, NY. 1 995 Sculpture $5,000 
Douglas Ritter, Baltimore, MD. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Jose M. Riveros, New York, NY. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Angel Rodriguez-Diaz, Brooklyn, NY. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Ruth Root, New York, NY 1996 Painting $5,000 
Michael Ross, Brooklyn, NY. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 
Stephanie Rowden, Brooklyn, NY. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 
Eleanor Rufty, Richmond, VA. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Barnaby Ruhe, Emmaus, PA. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Debra M. Sachs, Gloucester City, NJ. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Glen Sacks, New York, NY. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Robert Allen Salazar, Baltimore. MD. 1995 Photography $5,000 

Meg Fish Saligman, Philadelphia. PA. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Rodney Sappington, Garden Grove. CA. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Jeffrey Henson Scales, New York. NY. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Bill Scanga, New York, NY. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Ruth Scheuer, New York, NY 1 989 Crafts $3,000 

Julie Schneider, Arlington, VA. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Elinore Schnurr, Long Island City. NY. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Beverly Semmes, New York, NY. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

Paul Sherman, Le Roy. NY. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Sandra Sherman, Philadelphia. PA 1989 Crafts $3,000 

James Sherwood, Silver Spnng. MD. 1991 Photography $5,000 

David T. Shevlino, Swedesboro, NJ. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Drew Ellen Shiflett, New York. NY. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Stuart Shils, Philadelphia. PA. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Beth Shively, Roanoke. VA 1 992 Painting $5,000 

Robert Sholties, New Kensington, PA. 1990 Painting $5,000 

Ann Shostrom, New York. NY. 1990 Painting $5,000 

Christopher Silliman, Richmond, VA. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Sara Sosnowy, Brooklyn. NY 1996 Works on Paper $5,000 

Taylor Spence, Jersey City, NJ. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Carla Starkey, Easton. MD 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Elizabeth Stephens, Jersey City, NJ 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Alan Stone, Washington. DC. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 



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Lawre Stone, Brooklyn, NY. 1 990 Painting $5,000 
Karen Stool, Pittsburgh, PA. 1 993 Crafts $5,000 
Laura Stout, Brooklyn, NY. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Renee Stout, Washington, DC. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 
Helen Stummer, Metuchen, NJ. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Denyse Thomasos, New York, NY. 1 994 Painting $5,000 
Michael Tighe, Trenton, NJ. 1990 Works on Paper $5,000 
Danny Tisdale, New York, NY. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 
Andrew L. Topolski, Brooklyn, NY. 1 995 Sculpture $5,000 
Richard Torchia, Philadelphia, PA. 1 995 Photography $5,000 
Anne Turyn, New York, NY. 1 991 Photography $5,000 
Scott Tyler, Brooklyn, NY. 1 995 Photography $5,000 

Shari Urquhart, Brooklyn, NY. 1993 Crafts $5,000 
Josette Urso, New York, NY. 1 994 Painting $5,000 

Pamela Vanderzwan, Brooklyn, NY. 1991 Crafts $5,000 

Francisco Vidal, Flushing, NY. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Kurt Von Voetsch, Niagara Falls, NY. 1 995 Sculpture $5,000 

Ronald Lee Washington, Philadelphia, PA. 1992 Painting $5,000 
Steven S. Waterman, Jersey City, NJ. 1 993 Crafts $5,000 
William T. Williams, New York, NY 1994 Painting $5,000 
Fred Wilson, New York, NY. 1 993 Sculpture $5,000 

Yuriko Yamaguchi, Vienna, VA. 1 995 Sculpture $5,000 

Philip Zimmermann, Rhinecliff, NY. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 



Arts Midwest 

Visual Artists' Fellowships 



Hilary Abuhove, Chicago, IL. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Iris Adler, Highland Park, IL. 1 989 Sculpture $3,000 
Harold Allen, Highland Park, Ml. 1988 Painting $3,000 
Arthur Amiotte, Custer, SD. 1996 Painting $5,000 
John Andrews, Oxford, IA. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 
Marilyn Annin, Ames, IA. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Brenda Baker, Madison, Wl. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 
Pamela Bannos, Chicago, IL. 1995 Photography $5,000 
Brenda Barnum, Chicago, IL. 1986 Painting $3,000 
Frank Barsotti, Chicago, IL. 1985 Photography $3,000 
Harriet Bart, Minneapolis, MN. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 
Sonya Baysinger, Chicago, IL. 1995 Crafts $5,000 
Leslie Bell, Davenport, IA. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Sara Belleau, Plymouth, Wl. 1 995 Photography $5,000 
Paul S. Benson, Minneapolis, MN. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Steve Benson, Ferndale, Ml. 1 985 Photography $3,000 
Mary Bero, Madison, Wl. 1 985 Crafts $3,000 
Jerry Bleem, Cicero, IL. 1 993 Crafts $5,000 
Janet Bloch, Chicago. IL. 1996 Painting $5,000 
Monica Book, Chicago, IL. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 
J. Karl Bogartte, Milwaukee, Wl. 1990 Works on Paper $5,000 
Lowell Boileau, Highland Park, Ml. 1 990 Painting $5,000 
Andrew Borowiec, Akron, OH. 1985 Photography $3,000 
George Bowes, Cleveland, OH. 1 993 Crafts $5,000 
K. Johnson Bowles, Webster, TX. 1 990 Works on Paper $5,000 
Steve P. Bradford, Cleveland. OH. 1 989 Crafts $5,000 
Virginia Bradley, Minneapolis. MN. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Werner Brause, Paterson, NJ. 1 986 Painting $3,000 
Deborah Brod, Cincinnati, OH. 1 995 Crafts $5,000 
Queen E. Brooks, Columbus. OH. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Matt Brown, Minneapolis, MN. 1986 Painting $3,000 



Wendy Brown, Riverside, CA. 1 989 Photography $3,000 
Daniel Bruggeman, Saint Paul, MN. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Fred L. Bruney, Arlington Heights, IL. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 
Gloria D. Brush, Duluth, MN. 82 Photography $5,000 
James Bruss, Columbus, OH. 1986 Works on Paper $3,000 
Jan Buckman, Hager City, Wl. 1985 Crafts $3,000 
Joel Bujnowski, Downers Grove, IL. 1990 Works on Paper $5,000 
Douglas Bulka, Detroit, Ml. 1996 Painting $5,000 
Byron Burford, Iowa City, IA. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Steve Cagan, Cleveland Heights, OH. 1995 Photography $5,000 

Michael Peter Cain, Fairfield, IA. 1989 Photography $3,000 

Jane Calvin, Chicago, IL. 1995 Photography $5,000 

Cole Carothers, Milford, OH. 1986 Painting $3,000 

Rodney Carswell, Oak Park, IL. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Bill Cass, Chicago. IL. 1986 Painting $3,000 

Nick Cave, Chicago, IL. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Victoria Christen, Minneapolis, MN. 1987 Crafts $3,000 

Diane T. Christiansen, Chicago. IL. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Laurie Beth Clark, Madison, Wl. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 

Morgan Clifford, St. Paul, MN. 1991 Crafts $5,000 

Jay Constantine, Grand Rapids, Ml. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Jon Cook, Chicago, IL. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 

Barbara Cooper, Chicago, IL. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Amy Cordova, St. Paul, MN. 1 987 Crafts $3,000 

Frances A. Cox, Evanston, IL. 1996 Painting $5,000 

loana Datcu, Saint Paul, MN. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Robin Davis, New Harmony, IN. 1986 Painting $3,000 
Pamela De Marris, Muncie, IN. 1993 Photography $5,000 
Miles DeCoster, Chicago, IL. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 
Harris Deller, Carbondale. IL. 1991 Crafts $5,000 
Carl Demeulenaere, Detroit. Ml. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 
William Depalma, Cleveland. OH. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Daniel J. Devening, Chicago, IL. 1994 Painting $5,000 
John Di Stefano, Chicago, IL. 1996 Works on Paper $5,000 
David Dick, Minneapolis, MN. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 
Rose Divita, Chicago, IL. 1996 Painting $5,000 
John Dunn, Iowa City. IA. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Fred Easker, Cedar Rapids, IA. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Kathleen Eaton, Sleepy Hollow, IL. 1994 Painting $5,000 

David Eckard, Chicago, IL. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

Jil Evans, Northfield, MN. 1986 Painting $3,000 

Kevin Jerome Everson, Cleveland, OH. 1995 Photography $5,000 

Brian Fekete, Detroit, Ml. 1986 Painting $3,000 

Joel Feldman, Murphysboro, IL. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Julia Fish, Chicago, IL. 1986 Painting $5,000 

Claude Fixler, Waterville, OH. 1986 Painting $3,000 

John William Ford, Lomira, Wl. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

Ed Fraga, Detroit, Ml. 1992 Painting $5,000 

John Fraser, St. Charles, IL. 1992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Jeff Freeman, Vermillion, SD. 1 990 Painting $5,000 

Clare Frigo, St. Paul, MN. 1 993 Photography $5,000 

Linda Gammell, St. Paul, MN. 1989 Photography $3,000 
Cliff Garten, St. Paul, MN. 1 985 Crafts $3,000 
Rebecca Gee, Chicago, IL. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 
Lynn Geesaman, Minneapolis, MN. 1993 Photography $5,000 
Ronald Geibert, Dayton, OH. 1985 Photography $3,000 
Richard George, Hamilton, OH. 1986 Painting $3,000 
Gaylen Gerber, Chicago, IL. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Meg Gerken, Chicago, IL. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Jane Gilmor, Cedar Rapids, IA. 1985 Crafts $3,000 
Nancy Gipple, Afton, MN. 1 985 Crafts $3,000 
Karen Glaser, Chicago. IL. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Robert Gniewek, Dearborn, Ml. 1988 Painting $3,000 
Gadi Gofbarg, Albuquerque, NM. 1991 Photography $5,000 



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David Goldes, Minneapolis, MN. 1995 Photography $5,000 
Mark Gordon, Des Moines, IA. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 
Michael Goss, Chicago, IL. 1985 Photography $3,000 
Michelle A. Grabner, Milwaukee, Wl. 1996 Painting $5,000 
Vicki Grafentin, Madison, Wl. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 
Myra Mimlitsch Gray, Kingston, NY. 1991 Crafts $5,000 
Richard L Gray, South Bend, IN. 1985 Photography $3,000 
Harold Gregor, Bloomington, IL. 1986 Painting $5,000 
Dennison W. Griffith, Columbus, OH. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Vicky Grube, Kalona, IA. 1986 Painting $3,000 
Olivia Gude, Chicago, IL. 1996 Painting $5,000 
Sheridan Dan Gustin, Chicago, IL. 1992 Painting $5,000 
Terry Gydesen, Minneapolis, MN. 1 989 Photography $3,000 

David Hall, Bloomington, MN. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 

Lynn Hambrick-Lukas, Minneapolis, MN. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Tim Harding, St. Paul, MN. 1985 Crafts $3,000 

William Harroff, Edwardsville, IL. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Don Harvey, Cleveland, OH. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Masumi Hayashi, Cleveland, OH. 1989 Photography $3,000 

Lillian Heard, Chicago, IL. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Steven Heilmer, Greenville,. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Paula Henderson, Evanston, IL. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Frank Herrmann, Cincinnati, OH. 1990 Painting $5,000 

Nancy Hild, Lisle, IL. 1 990 Works on Paper $5,000 

Craig Hinshaw, Davison, Ml. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Stephen Hodder, Princeton, MN. 1985 Crafts $3,000 

David Hodges, Chicago, IL. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Angelika Hofmann, Berkeley, CA. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Steven B. Hudson, Chicago, IL. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Doug Huston, Chicago, IL. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Clary lllian, Ely, IA. 1987 Crafts $3,000 

Jed Jackson, Murphysboro, IL. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Carol Jacobsen, Ann Arbor, Ml. 1 989 Sculpture $3,000 

Barbara Jaffee, Chicago, IL. 1986 Painting $3,000 

Valerie Jenkins, Minneapolis, MN. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Indira Johnson, Evanston, IL. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Janel Johnson, Des Moines, IA. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Geary A. Jones, Grand Rapids, Ml. 1 991 Crafts $5,000 

Kathy Hemingway Jones, Minneapolis, MN. 1 987 Photography $3,000 

Richard Judd, Paoli, Wl. 1991 Crafts $5,000 

Anita Jung, Normal, IL. 1992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Shana Kaplow, Hastings, MN. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Michael Kareken, Minneapolis, MN. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Anne Karsten, Chicago, IL. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Dina Kawer, Huntington Woods, Ml. 1993 Photography $5,000 

Ann B. Keister, Bloomington, IL. 1987 Crafts $3,000 

Richard E. Kelley, Des Moines, IA. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Angela Kelly, Oak Park, IL. 1987 Photography $3,000 

Gail Kendall, Lincoln, NE. 1985 Crafts $3,000 

Peggy Kendellen, Portland, OR. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Kate Kern, Cincinnati, OH. 1990 Works on Paper $5,000 

Gregory King, Chicago, IL. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Joseph Kress, Minneapolis, MN. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Charles Krider, Columbus. OH. 1985 Photography $3,000 

Kristy Krivitsky, Savannah, OH/Milwaukee, Wl. 1996 Painting $5,000 

David Kroll, Elgin, IL. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Ron Kroutel, Athens. OH. 1992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Jeff Krueger, Chicago, IL. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Eva Kwong, Kent, OH. 1987 Crafts $3,000 1988 Crafts $5,000 

Richard C. Lange, Chicago, IL. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Anthony M. Lauro, Columbus, OH. 1985 Photography $3,000 
Maryann Golden Lee, Galesburg, IL. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 
David Lefkowitz, Minneapolis, MN. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Riva Lehrer, Chicago, IL 1996 Painting $5,000 



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Erika Leppmann, Beverly Shores, IN. 1989 Photography $3,000 

Janice Lessman-Moss, Kent, OH. 1987 Crafts $3,000 

Eleftheria Lialios, Chicago, IL. 1989 Photography $3,000 

Jeff Lipschutz, Oshkosh. Wl. 1 992 Painting $5,000 

Denise Lisiecki, Kalamazoo, Ml. 1 988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Stephen Litchfield, Ravenna, OH. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Ken Loeber, Algoma, Wl. 1 987 Crafts $3,000 

Martina Lopez, Chicago, IL. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Mark Lorenzi, Mc Farland, Wl. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Constance Lowe, Minneapolis, MN. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Lynn Lukkas, Minneapolis, MN. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Susan Maakestad, Northfield, MN. 1988 Painting $3,000 
Thomas Macaulay, New Carlisle, OH. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 
Paul Madalinski, Chicago, IL. 1 990 Works on Paper $5,000 
Michaela Mahady, Stillwater, MN. 1991 Crafts $5,000 
Silvia Malagrino, Chicago, IL. 1993 Photography $5,000 
Stephen Marc, Chicago, IL. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Charlene Marsh, Nashville, IN. 1993 Crafts $5,000 
Frederik Marsh, Columbus, OH. 1 985 Photography $3,000 
Donald Mcfadyen, Chicago, IL. 1988 Painting $5,000 
Rhondal Mckinney, Normal, IL. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Margo Mensing, Stevensville, Ml. 1995 Crafts $5,000 
Adelheid Mers, Chicago, IL. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 
Tim Miller, Columbus, OH. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 
Kathleen Mitchell, Hartland, Wl. 1987 Photography $3,000 
Deirdre Monk, Bowling Green, OH. 1989 Photography $5,000 
Gregg B. Montgomery, Wmnetka, IL. 1993 painting $5,000 
Laura V. Montgomery, Winnetka, IL. 1996 Painting $5,u00 
David H. Moose, Oak Park, IL. 1996 Painting $5,000 
Aldo Moroni, Minneapolis, MN. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 
David Morrison, Plamfield, IN. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Deborah Morrissey-McGoff, Cincinnati, OH. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Thomas P. Muir, Perrysburg, OH. 1987 Crafts $3,000 
Steve Murakishi, Bloomfield Hills, Ml. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Michael Nakoneczny, Evanston, IL. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Eric D. Nation, San Diego, CA. 1993 Crafts $5,000 
Dennis Nechvatal, Madison, Wl. 1988 Painting $3,000 
Calvin Niemeyer, Grand Rapids, Ml. 1986 Painting $3,000 
Mike Noland, Woodstock, IL. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Lisa Norton, Chicago, IL. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Bill O'Donnell, Chicago, IL. 1987 Photography $3,000 

Paul O'Keeffe, Kent, OH. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

Diane Olivier, Long Island City, NY. 1 988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Charles Olson, Fort Atkinson, Wl. 1 985 Crafts $3,000 

Judy Onofrio, Rochester, MN. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Xan Palay, Columbus. OH. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Giulio Pallone, Clawson, Ml. 1993 Photography $5,000 

Laurie Palmer, Chicago, IL. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 

Gail Panske, Oshkosh, Wl 1996 Works on Paper $5,000 

Carrie Anne Parks, Riverdale, Ml. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Mary Patten, Chicago. IL. 1992 Works on Paper $5,000 

George C. Peer, Minneapolis. MN 1993 Photography $5,000 

James Pernotto, Youngstown, OH. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Melissa Ann Pinney, Evanston, IL. 1987 Photography $5,000 

John Plqof, Chicago. IL. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 

Joanna Poehlmann, Milwaukee. Wl. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Herb Potzus, Chicago, IL 1992 Painting $5,000 

Angelica Pozo, Cleveland. OH 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Melba Price, St Paul. MN 1 990 Works on Paper $5,000 

Carol Pyland, Madison. Wl. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Judith Raphael, Chicago, IL 1992 Painting $5,000 
Lynne Resch, Brooklyn, NY 1990 Painting $5,000 
Bruce Riley, Cincinnati. OH. 1992 Painting $5,000 
Rebecca Ripple, Chicago. IL 1991 Sculpture $5,000 



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Christina Root, Lakeside, Ml. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Ann-Marie Rose, St. Paul, MN. 1995 Photography $5,000 

Adolph Rosenblatt, Shorewood, Wl. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Katherine Ross, Chesterton, IN. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Kay Ruane, Minneapolis, MN. 1996 Works on Paper $5,000 

Jeanine Coupe Ryding, Chicago, IL 1 990 Works on Paper $5,000 

Amy Sabrina, Minneapolis, MN. 1991 Crafts $5,000 
Lyle Salmi, Normal, IL. 1 994 Painting $5,000 
Elise M. Sanford, Athens, OH. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Lisa Schare, Cincinnati, OH. 1996 Painting $5,000 
Diane Schmidt, Chicago, IL. 1 987 Photography $3,000 
Rosalyn Schwartz, Champaign, IL. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Scott Seekins, Minneapolis, MN. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Joseph Seigenthaler, Chicago, IL. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 
Risa Sekiguchi, Chicago, IL. 1988 Painting $3,000 
Gail Sellers, Riverside, IL. 1989 Crafts $3,000 
Richard Sennott, Medina, MN. 1995 Photography $5,000 
Rik Sferra, Minneapolis. MN. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Peggy Shaw, Tolono, IL. 1 988 Painting $3,000 
Diane Sheehan, Madison, WI.87 Crafts $5,000 
Doug Shelton, Tucson, AZ. 1 992 Painting $5,000 
Rebecca Shore, Chicago, I L 1991 Crafts $5,000 
James Shrosbree, Fairfield, IA. 1993 Crafts $5,000 
Brian Sikes, Chicago, IL. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Diane Simpson, Wlmette, IL. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 
Todd Slaughter, Columbus, OH. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 
Jerry Smith, Chicago, IL. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Leo R. Smith III, Fountain City, Wl. 1989 Crafts $3,000 
Gilda Snowden, Detroit, Ml. 1 990 Works on Paper $5,000 
Daniel Socha, Urbana, IL. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Eleanor Spiess-Ferns, Chicago, IL. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Thomas Stancliffe, New Hartford, IA. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 
James L. Stephens, Detroit, Ml. 1986 Painting $3,000 
Susanne G. Stephenson, Ann Arbor, Ml. 1987 Crafts $3,000 
Elizabeth Stirratt, Bloomington, IL. 1989 Crafts $5,000 
Fred Stonehouse, Milwaukee, Wl. 1 988 Painting $3,000 
Mary Ann Strandell, Vermillion, SC. 1 996 Painting $5,000 
Mary Strasevicius, Hinsdale, IL. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Margaret Stratton, Iowa City, IA. 1987 Photography $5,000 
Bibiana Suarez, Chicago, IL. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 
Alan Sue, Evanston, IL. 1995 Photography $5,000 
Kazuaki Sugi, Collegeville, MN. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 
Connie Sullivan, Cincinnati, OH. 1989 Photography $3,000 

Jason Tannen, San Diego, CA. 1987 Photography $3,000 
Bruce Thayer, Mason. Ml. 1990 Works on Paper $5,000 
Karen Thompson, Fort Wayne, IN. 1 989 Photography $5,000 
Steven Thurston, Bexley, OH. 1 995 Crafts $5,000 
Charles Timm-Ballard, Appleton, Wl. 1 995 Crafts $5,000 
James Tittle, Saint Paul, MN. 1987 Photography $3,000 
Lewis Toby, Chicago. IL. 1 989 Photography $3,000 
Stephanie Torbert, Minneapolis, MN. 1993 Photography $5,000 
Julie W. Tourtillotte, South Bend, IN. 1995 Crafts $5,000 
Andree Tracey, St. Louis Park, MN. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Lilian Tyrrell, Ravenna. OH. Crafts $5,000 

Douglas L. Unger, Peninsula, OH. 1 993 Crafts $5,000 
Thomas Uttech, Saukville, Wl. 1986 Painting $3,000 

Fern Valfer, Chicago, IL. 1986 Painting $3,000 

Jantje Visscher, Minneapolis, MN. 1988 Works on Paper $5,000 

Kate Wagle, Milwaukee, Wl. 1 993 Crafts $5,000 

Marilyn Waligore, Wooster, OH. 1987 Photography $3,000 

Carolyn Warfield, Indianapolis, IN. 1992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Kathryn Waters, Evansville, IN. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Lynn Whitford, Madison, Wl. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Linda Whitney, Valley City, ND. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 



Barbara Wiesen, Chicago, IL 1995 Sculpture $5,000 
Elaine S. Wilson, Ann Arbor, Ml. 1996 Painting $5,000 
Karen Wirth, Minneapolis, MN. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 
Jay Wolke, Chicago, IL. 1995 Photography $5,000 
Ann L. Wood, St. Paul, MN. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 
Tilly Woodward, Pella, IA. 1984 Painting $3,000 

Judith Yourman, St. Paul, MN. 1993 Photography $5,000 

Mary Lou Zelazny, Chicago, IL. 1992 Painting $5,000 
Harold Zisla, South Bend, IN. 1986 Painting $3,000 
Terri Zupanc, Chicago, IL. 1990 Painting $5,000 



New England Foundation for the Arts 

Visual Artists' Fellowships 



Aparna Agrawal, Cambridge, MA. 1997 Crafts $5,000 
Nancy Aleo, Roslindale, MA. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Mary M. Anderson, Columbia Falls, ME. 1996 Sculpture $5,000 
Peter Anthony, New York, NY. 1 986 Sculpture $3,000 
Miroslav Antic, Cambridge, MA. 1 997 Painting $5,000 
McCrady Axon, Madison, CT. 1 994 Painting $5,000 

Karl Baden, Cambridge, MA. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Richard Baker, Provincetown, MA. 1 992 Painting $5,000 

Mary Barringer, Shelburne Falls, MA. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Harry Bartnick, Beverly, MA. 1992 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

W. Perry Barton, Boston, MA. 1994 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Robert Bauer, Watertown, MA. 1 997 Painting $5,000 

Derrill Bazzy, Boston, MA. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Linda L. Behar, Lexington, MA. 1996 Crafts $5,000 

Gerry Bergstein, Cambridge, MA. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Nancy Berlin, Cambridge, MA. 1996 Works on Paper $5,000 

Rachel Berwick, New Haven, CT. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

David Binder, Cambridge, MA. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Laura Blacklow, Cambridge, MA. 1990 Photography $5,000 

Lorey Bonante, Arlington, MA. 1997 Crafts $5,000 

Barbara Bosworth, Beltmont, MA. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Paul Bowen, Provincetown, MA. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Gail C. Boyajian, Cambridge, MA. 1997 Painting $5,000 

Ann Brauer, Shelburne Falls, MA. 1991 Crafts $5,000 

Jessyca M. Broekman, Falmouth, ME. 1994 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books $5,000 

Maggi Brown, Cambridge, MA. 1990 Painting $5,000 

Bill Burk, West Hartford, CT. 1996 Sculpture $5,000 

Polly Burnell, Provincetown, MA. 1997 Painting $5,000 

Lawrence A. Bush, Providence, Rl. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Maria Magdelena Campos-Pons, Jamaica Plain, MA. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Geoffrey Chadsey, Cambridge, MA. 1 993 Photography $5,000 

Daniel G. dayman, Rumford, Rl. 1996 Crafts $5,000 

Laura Cloud, Mansfield, CT. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Erika Marquardt Cohen, Jackson, NH. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Alan Colby, Quincy. MA. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Mark F. Cooper, Somerville, MA. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Allan Rohan Crite, Boston, MA. 1 990 Works on Paper $5,000 

Maryjean Viano Crowe, North Easton, MA. 1996 Photography $5,000 

Paul D'Amato, South Portland, ME. 1996 Photography $5,000 
Tomas Vu Daniel, Boston, MA. 1997 Painting $5,000 
Michael V. David, Boston, MA. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Laura Davidson, Boston, MA. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Ruth Frisch Dealy, Providence. Rl. 1994 Painting $5,000 
John Devaney, Cambridge, MA. 1992 Painting $5,000 
Peggy Diggs, Williamstown, MA. 1 993 Sculpture $5,000 
Stephen DiRado, Worcester, MA. 1991 Photography $5,000 



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Ron DiRito, Swampscott, MA. 1 996 Photography $5,000 
Anita Douthat, Boston, MA. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Grant Drumheller, Brookline. MA. 1983 Painting $3,000 

Diane Edstrom, Jamaica Plain, MA. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Vicki P. Eisenfeld, West Hartford, CT. 1991 Crafts $5,000 
Danette English, Somerville, MA. 1992 Painting $5,000 
Dan Estabrook, Champaign, I L. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Tom Evans Jr, Holliston, MA. 1 993 Sculpture $5,000 
Emily Eveleth, Sherborn, MA. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Joel Evett, Newton, MA. 1991 Crafts $5,000 

Joseph Fekieta, New Haven, CT. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 
Sally S. Fine, Brighton, MA. 1996 Sculpture $5,000 
Stephen E. Fisher, Pawtucket, Rl. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Eck Follen, New Bedford, MA. 1 993 Crafts $5,000 
Gayle J. Fraas, North Edgecomb, ME. 1996 Crafts $5,000 
Janet Fredericks, Burlington, VT. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Donald Friedlich, Providence, Rl. 1991 Crafts $5,000 
Alexandra S. Friedman, Hartford, CT. 1991 Crafts $5,000 

Jessica Gandolf, Portland, ME. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Dore Gardner, Marblehead, MA. 1993 Photography $5,000 
Wendy Gedanken, Newton, MA. 1996 Sculpture $5,000 
Karen Gilg, Hallowell, ME. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Stephen Golding, Newtonville, MA. 1993 Photography $5,000 
Jennifer L. Gordon, Brookline. MA. 1997 Painting $5,000 
Barbara Grad, Chicago, IL. 1997 Painting $5,000 
Robin Grebe, Newtonville, MA. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Michael Hachey, Cherry Valley, MA. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Susan W. Halter, Boston, MA. 1 993 Sculpture $5,000 
Jacqueline Hayden, Goshen. MA. 1993 Photography $5,000 
Ralph Helmick, Newton, MA. 1996 Sculpture $5,000 
Kathleen Henderson, Boston, MA. 1992 Works on Paper $5,000 
Chuck Holtzman, Boston, MA. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Wayne Hopkins, Merrimac, MA. 1990 Works on Paper $5,000 
Pamela Hoss, Brookline, MA. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Lillian Hsu-Flanders, Cambridge, MA. 1996 Sculpture $5,000 

Melinda James, Milford, CT. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Mark D. Johnson, South Portland, ME. 1991 Crafts $5,000 

Kofi Kayiga, Cambridge, MA. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 
David Kelley, Boston, MA. 1992 Painting $5,000 
Constance Kheel, Tenant's Harbor, ME. 1992 Painting $5,000 
Constance Kiermaier, Tenant's Harbor, ME. 1992 Painting $5,000 
Ron Wontae Kim, Florence, MA. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Vladimira Klumpar, Shelburne Falls, MA. 1991 Crafts $5,000 



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Hiroshi Nakayama, Sunderland, MA. 1993 Crafts $5,000 
Lynn Newcomb, Worcester, VT. 1997 Works on Paper $5,000 
Dean Nimmer, Hyde Park, MA. 1997 Works on Paper $5,000 

Alice Ogden, Henniker, MA. 1996 Crafts $5,000 

Linda S. Perry, Lexington, MA. 1996 Crafts $5,000 

Anne Rearick, Somerville, MA. 1996 Photography $5,000 
Jeanee Redmond, Cambridge, MA. 1996 Crafts $5,000 
Wellington Reiter, Newton, MA. 1992 Works on Paper $5,000 
Naomi Ribner, Brookline, MA. 1990 Works on Paper $5,000 
Ronald Rizzi, Jamaica Plain, MA. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Ellen Rothenberg, Chicago, IL. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 
Bradley J. Rubenstein, New Haven. CT. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Katherine Schneider, Northampton, MA. 1997 Painting $5,000 
Barbara Seidenath, Providence, Rl. 1996 Crafts $5,000 
Jonathan Sharlin, Providence. Rl. 1996 Photography $5,000 
Michael Shaughnessy, Gorham. ME. 1996 Sculpture $5,000 
Cort Sierpinski, Higganum, CT. 1991 Crafts $5,000 
Dean Snyder, Bennington, VT. 1996 Sculpture $5,000 
Elizabeth Solomon, Northampton, MA. 1997 Crafts $5,000 
Esther Solondz, Providence. Rl. 1 992 Painting $5,000 
Dawn Southworth, Gloucester, MA. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 
Peggy Steinway, Canton, CT. 1 996 Crafts $5,000 
Michael Donne Stevens, Fiskdale, MA. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 
Randy Stevens, Providence, Rl. 1 992 Works on Paper $.,,000 
Jim Stone, Dorchester, MA. 1993 Photography $5,000 
James Stroud, Boston, MA. 1997 Works on Paper $5,000 
Martin Stupich, Dorchester, MA. 1993 Photography $5,000 
Margaret Swan, Melrose. MA. 1996 Sculpture $5,000 
Charles Swanson, New Bedford. MA. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Bill Thompson, Boston, MA. 1997 Painting $5,000 

Randal G. Thurston, Somerville. MA. 1990 Works on Paper $5,000 

Nan Tull, Boston. MA. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Peter Tytla, East Lyme, CT. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Frank Ward, Williamsburg. MA. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Mark Warren, South Boston, MA. 1990 Works on Paper $5,000 
Carrie Mae Weems, Oakland, CA. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Thomas Wiggins, St. Louis. MO. 1996 Crafts $5,000 
Janine Wong, North Dartmouth, MA. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Richard Wrigley, Holyoke, MA 1996 Crafts $5,000 

Lisa Young, Brooklyn, NY. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 
Tom Young, Charlemont, MA. 1996 Photography $5,000 



Pat Lasch, New York. NY. 1 996 Sculpture $5,000 
Nicholas Lawrence, Provincetown, MA. 1997 Crafts $5,000 
Bruce Lenore, Providence, Rl. 1991 Crafts $5,000 
Michael H. Lewis, Orono, ME. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Marja Lianko, Cambridge, MA. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Erica Licea-Kane, Arlington, MA. 1993 Crafts $5,000 
Linda Lindroth, New Haven, CT. 1996 Photography $5,000 
Christine LoFaso, Providence, Rl. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

J. Paul MacDonald, Plymouth, MA. 1996 Photography $5,000 
Donna Rhae Marder, Winchester, MA. 1991 Crafts $5,000 
Kristina E. Mast, Bennington, VT. 1993 Photography $5,000 
Daniel J. McLaughlin, Jamaica Plain, MA. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Laura McPhee, Brookline, MA. 1996 Photography $5,000 
Arno Rafael Minkkinen, Andover. MA. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Janet Monafo, Lexington, MA. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Marjorie Moore, Brunswick. ME. 1992 Works on Paper $5,000 
Abelardo Morell, Brookline, MA. 1996 Photography $5,000 
Steven Muller, Boston. MA 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 



Southern Arts Federation 

Visual Artists' Fellowships 



R. S. Ackiss, Atlanta. GA. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Mario Algaze, Coral Gables. FL. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Heather J. Allen, Asheville. NC 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Amalia K. Amaki, Atlanta. GA. 1995 Photography $5,000 

Robert Amberg, Durham, NC 1987 Photography $3,000 

Donald R. Anderson, Louisville, KY. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Linda Anderson, Clarkesville. GA 1994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Gordon Andrus, Hardin. KY 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Don Gregorio Anton, Areata, CA 1993 Photography $5,000 

Julio Antonio, Miami Beach, FL. 1992 Painting $5000 

Cecelia Arboleda, Miami. FL 1995 Photography $5,000 

Linda Armstrong, Atlanta. GA 1992 Painting $5,000 



Steve Armstrong, Lexington, KY. 1 995 Crafts $5,000 
Michael Aurbach, Nashville, TN. 1987 Sculpture $3,000 

Barry Bailey, New Orleans, LA. 1 987 Sculpture $3,000 

Marty Baird, Raleigh, NC. 1994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Nancy S. Baker, Cary, NC. 1994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Robbie Barber, Williamston, NC. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Mark Barone, Paducah, KY. 1994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Elizabeth Barton, Athens, GA. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Luisa Basnuevo, Miami, FL. 1 996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Pinky M. Bass, Fairhope, AL. 1 995 Photography $5,000 

Rick Beck, Spruce Pine, NC. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Richard Beckman, Temple Terrace, FL. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Scott Bellville, Athens, GA. 1996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Helene Berkowitz, North Miami Beach, FL. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Garry Bibbs, Lexington, KY. 1 994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Kell Black, Clarksville, TN. 1 994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Tarleton Blackwell, Manning, SC. 1 994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Steve J. Bliss, Savannah, GA. 1993 Photography $5,000 

Brian Borrello, New Orleans, LA. 1990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Joe Bova, Baton Rouge, LA. 1 985 Crafts $3,000 

Pamela Bowens, Miami, FL. 1 986 Works on Paper $3,000 

Loy Bowlin, McComb, MS. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Susan Brenner, Charlotte, NC. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Douglas Brewster, Covington, LA. 1994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Hasmig Brewster-Vartanian, Covington, LA. 1986 Painting/Drawing $3,000 

Barbara Bullock, Nashville, TN. 1 994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Arlene Burke-Morgan, Greenville, NC. 1 990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Bruce Burris, Lexington, KY. 1994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Susan Callaway, Atlanta, GA. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Jill Cannady, Miami, FL. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

Gerald L. Cannon, New Orleans, LA. 1 992 Painting $5,000 

Jim Cantrell, Bardstown, KY. 1994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Stephen C. Cappelli, Montgomery, AL. 1986 Painting/Drawing $3,000 

Kenneth W. Carder, Penland, NC. 1 985 Crafts $3,000 

Philip Carpenter, Atlanta, GA. 1 988 Painting $3,000 

Edouard Carrie, Miami Beach, FL. 1996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Nancy F. Cassell, Union, KY. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Juan Carlos Castellanos, Miami, FL. 1990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Kim Chalmers, Hartsville, SC. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Ying K. Chan, Louisville, KY. 1 992 Painting $5,000 

Gary H. Chapman, Birmingham, AL. 1996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Stephen Chesley, Columbia, SC. 1 996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Paul Chojnowski, East Point, GA. 1 996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Routh Cline, Rocky Face, GA. 1990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Jane Burch Cochran, Burlington, KY. 1 993 Crafts $5,000 

Marie Cochran, Statesboro, GA. 1 995 Sculpture $5,000 

Marcia R. Cohen, Atlanta, GA. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Donald B. Cooper, Atlanta, GA. 1 992 Painting $5,000 

Michael Crespo, Baton Rouge, LA. 1 994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Patricia Cunfer, Griffin, GA. 1 989 Crafts $3,000 

Jerry Cutler, Gainesville, FL. 1986 Painting $3,000 

Dean Dablow, Ruston, LA. 1987 Photography $3,000 

Ron Dale, Oxford, MS. 1985 Crafts $3,000 

Lynn Davison, Naples, FL. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Fernando Long De La Rosa, Atlanta, GA. 1 987 Photography $3,000 

Francis Long De La Rosa, New Orleans, LA. 1 990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Joseph Delappe, Reno, NV. 1 993 Photography $5,000 

Warren Cameron Dennis, Winston-Salem, NC. 1993 Photography $5,000 

Edward F. Deren, Pacific Grove, CA. 1 985 Crafts $3,000 

George Dombek, Tallahassee, FL/Goshen, AR. 1 994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Patrick Dougherty, Chapel Hill, NC. 1 989 Sculpture $5,000 

Diane Edison, Atlanta, GA. 1 994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Warren Farr, Paducah, KY. 1 990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 
Frank Fleming, Birmingham, AL. 1 987 Sculpture $3,000 



Debbie Fleming Caffery, Franklin, LA. 1987 Photography $3,000 
Robert Flynn, Miami Beach, FL. 1996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 
Ke Francis, Tupelo, MS. 1 987 Sculpture $3,000 
Candace Freeland, Charlotte, NC. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Paula B. Garrett, Charlotte, NC. 1985 Crafts $3,000 

Janie Geiser, New York, NY. 1986 Painting/Drawing $3,000 

Doyle Gertjejansen, New Orleans, LA. 1 996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Michael Gibson, Atlanta, GA. 1996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Jan Gilbert, New Orleans, LA. 1990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Scott Gilliam, Atlanta, GA. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Richard Gladson, Atlanta, GA. 1996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Karekin Goekjian, Athens, GA. 1987 Photography $3,000 

Scott Goldsmith, Greenville, SC. 1990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Linda Adele Goodine, New Orleans, LA. 1 991 Photography $5,000 

Denzil Goodpaster, North Middleton, KY. 1987 Sculpture $3,000 

Lida G. Gordon, Louisville, KY. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Henry Gorham, McRae, GA. 1996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Gabrielle Gould, St. Augustine, FL. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Eddie Granderson, Atlanta, GA. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Anthony Greco, Atlanta, GA. 1 988 Painting $3,000 

Anne Gregory-Bepler, Efland, NC. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Matthew Groshek, Chapel Hill, NC. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

Tom Grubb, Fayetteville, NC. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 

John Gurbacs, Tampa, FL. 1986 Painting $3,000 

James Hall, Sadieville, KY. 1993 Photography $5,000 

Douglas Harling, Greensboro, NC. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Ken Hassell, Raleigh, NC. 1995 Photography $5,000 

Pattie Hastings, Atlanta, GA. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Saul Haymond, Tchula, MS. 1994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Richard Heipp, Gainesville, FL. 1 996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

James Herring, Miami Beach, FL. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Stephan C. Hillerbrand, Atlanta, GA. 1995 Photography $5,000 

Jim Hirschfield, Chapel Hill, NC. 1989 Sculpture $5,000 

Victoria Hirt, Tampa, FL. 1995 Photography $5,000 

Ann Holcomb, Atlanta, GA. 1991 Photography $5,000 

William Holton, Atlanta, GA. 1996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Billy Howard, Atlanta, GA. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Charles E. Humes, Jr., Miami, FL. 1 990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Marcia Isaacson, Gainesville, FL. 1990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 
David Ivie, Atlanta, GA. 1 994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Herb Jackson, Davidson, NC. 1986 Painting $3,000 

Stefanie Jackson, Athens, GA. 1986 Works on Paper $3,000 

Carol Jacque, Miami, FL. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

John Jensen, Savannah, GA. 1987 Sculpture $3,000 

James W. Jipson, Pensacola, FL. 1993 Photography $5,000 

Christopher K. Johns, Baton Rouge, LA. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Robert Johnson, Burnsville, NC. 1 994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

W. Medford Johnston, Atlanta, GA. 1990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Benjamin Jones, Riverdale, GA. 1994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Terri Jones, Memphis, TN. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Tom Jones, Asheville, NC. 1 990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Cary E. Jordan, Athens, GA. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Mark Jordan, Athens, GA. 1 991 Sculpture $5,000 

Eunice Kambara, Tampa, FL. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Bart Kasten, Penland, NC. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Clive King, Miami Beach, FL. 1996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Martha King, Jackson, MS. 1 987 Sculpture $3,000 

Thomas Koole, Orlando, FL. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

Linda Kroff, Charlotte, NC. 1 993 Photography $5,000 

Pete Kuentzel, Homestead, FL. 1 985 Crafts $3,000 

Mernet Larsen, Tampa, FL. 1 988 Painting $3,000 
Patti Lechman, Memphis, TN. 1993 Crafts $5,000 
Susan W. Lee, Weddington, NC. 1 989 Crafts $3,000 



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Jack Leigh, Savannah, GA. 1 987 Photography $3,000 

Nicolas Leiva, Bay Harbor Islan, FL. 1996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Kathleen Lemoine, Baton Rouge, LA. 1986 Painting/Drawing $3,000 

Robert Levin, Burnsville, NC. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Elizabeth Leyh, New Orleans, LA. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Mark Lindquist, Quincy, FL. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Philip Livingston, Knoxville, TN. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 

Silvia Lizama, Hollywood, FL. 1993 Photography $5,000 

Pam Longobardi, Knoxville, TN. 1994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

E. George Lorio, Greensboro, NC. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

Steve Loucks, Anniston, AL 1 995 Crafts $5,000 

Beauvais Lyons, Knoxville, TN. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Joni Mabe, Athens, GA. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

Lee A. Malerich, Orangeburg. SC 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Thomas Mann, New Orleans, LA. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Lou Marcus, Tampa, FL. 1 987 Photography $3,000 

Janet Markarian, Tallahassee, FL 1 985 Crafts $3,000 

Rosario Marquardt, Miami Beach, FL. 1994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Nancy Marshall, Atlanta, GA. 1987 Photography $3,000 

Lynn Marshall-Linnem, Atlanta, GA. 1993 Photography $5,000 

Zephra May-Miller, Louisville, KY. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

John D. Mcdonald, Bay St. Louis, MS. 1990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Carrie McGee, Nashville, TN. 1996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Joseph L. McGee, Louisville, KY. 1988 Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books$3,000 

Carl McKenzie, North Middleton, KY. 1987 Sculpture $3,000 

Maggie McMahon, Signal Mountain, SC. 1985 Crafts $3,000 

John McNaughton, Evansville, IN. 76 Crafts $5,000 

Judith McWillie, Athens, GA. 1986 Works on Paper $3,000 

Rebecca Medel, Smithville, TN. 1985 Crafts $3,000 

A. J. Meek, Baton Rouge, LA. 1987 Photography $3,000 

Larry Merriman, Darlington, SC. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 

Mark Messersmith, Tallahassee, FL. 1 988 Painting $3,000 

James Michaels, Palm Harbor, FL. 1994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Chris Mills, Atlanta, GA. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 

Katherine Mitchell, Atlanta, GA. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Suzanne Mitchell, Louisville, KY. 1993 Photography $5,000 

Judith Mogul, Chattanooga, TN. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Clarence Morgan, Greenville, NC. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Kevin M. Mullins, Hamilton, NY. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Marilyn Murphy, Nashville, TN. 1990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Nina Neily, Raleigh, NC. 1993 Crafts $5,000 
Craig Nutt, Northport, AL. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

John O'Connor, Bergen, NY. Painting $5,000 
Susan O'Connor, Elberta, AL. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Jeanette Oliver, Winston-Salem, NC. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 
Richard Olsen, Athens, GA. 1 988 Painting $3,000 



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Ginny Ruffner, Seattle. WA. 1985 Crafts $3,000 

Blandine Saint-Oyant, Durham, NC. 1994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Richard E. Santiago, Tampa, FL. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Debrah Santini, Carrollton, GA. 1996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

William Sapp, Athens, GA. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Michael Sastre, Miami, FL. 1996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Claire Satin, Dania, FL. 1996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Ted Saupe, Athens, GA. 1 995 Crafts $5,000 

Cort Savage, Davidson, NC. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Thomas H. Sayre, Raleigh, NC. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Mary Segal, Roseland, FL 1992 Painting $5,000 

Xuhong Shang, Savannah, GA. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Ward M. Shelley, Miami, FL. 1 991 Sculpture $5,000 

Steve Shepard, Gautier, MS. 1 996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Randy Shull, Asheville, NC. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

David J. Sibbitt, Tampa, FL. 1 990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Bobby Silverman, Baton Rouge, LA. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Peggy Simmons, Tallahassee, FL. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Victoria Skinner, Lake Worth, FL. 1994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Nan Smith, Gainesville, FL. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Tanja Softie, Orlando, FL. 1996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Andrew Speer, Louisville. KY. 1 986 Painting/Drawing $3,000 

Cooper Spivey, Birmingham, AL. 1 995 Photography $5,000 

Richard Stenhouse, Charlotte, NC. 1986 Painting/Drawing $3,000 

Scott Stephens, Calera, AL. 1986 Works on Paper $3,000 

Adam Straus, Tallahassee, FL. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 

Tom Sullivan, Asheville, NC 1992 Painting $5,000 

Maxwell Taylor, Orangeburg, SC. 1 990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Patricia Telesco, Huntsville. AL. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Larry Thomas, Atlanta, GA. 1994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Roxie Thomas, Sarasota, FL. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Lisa Turtle, Atlanta, GA. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 1995 Photography $5,000 

Dee Van Dyke, Bluewater Bay, FL. 1 988 Works on Paper $3,000 
Michael Venezia, Atlanta, GA. 1996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 
Chad Voorhees, Beaufort, NC. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Ralph H. Waldrop, Columbia, SC. 1990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Melanie Walker, Lexington, KY. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

Sarafi A. Walker, Chapel Hill, NC. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Joe Walters, Charleston, SC. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Sam Wang, Clemson, SC. 1987 Photography $3,000 

Kurt Warnke, Charlotte, NC. 1986 Works on Paper $3,000 

Steve Welch, Knoxville, TN. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Elizabeth Whitfield-Cargile, Aiken, SC. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 

Kathy M. Yancey, Atlanta, GA. 1 988 Painting $3,000 



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Roger Palmer, Tampa, FL. 1994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Herb Parker, New Orleans, LA. 1989 Sculpture $3,000 

Mary Jane Parker, New Orleans, LA. 1 990 Painting/Drawing $5,000 

Daniel Piersol, New Orleans, LA. 1986 Painting/Drawing $3,000 

Cynthia W. Pimental, Raleigh, NC. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Mary Porter, Athens. GA. 1990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 q 

Ciro Quintana, Coral Gables, FL. 1 996 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 



Dennis Zaborowski, Chapel Hill, NC. 1986 Works on Paper $3,000 

Therese Zemlin, Blowing Rock. NC. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Miriam S. Karp, Atlanta, GA. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Paul Harcharik, Sequim. WA 1986 Works on Paper $3,000 

Amy Landesberg, Decatur. GA. 1986 Painting/Drawing $3,000 

Art Werger, Macon. GA. 1 988 Works on Paper $5,000 

Sandra Winters, Miami Shores. FL. 1987 Sculpture $3,000 



Richard Ramsdell, Sarasota, FL. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Hystercine Rankin, Port Gibson, MS. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Bob Ray, Greenville, NC. 1986 Painting/Drawing $3,000 

Edward T. Rice, N. Augusta, SC 1988 Painting $3,000 

Francie Rich, Covington, LA. 1988 Painting $3,000 

Patricia Rieger, Chapel Hill, NC. 1987 Sculpture $3,000 

Rocio A. Rodriguez, Atlanta, GA. 1990 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Ann Ropp, Germany, GR. 1994 Painting/Works on Paper $5,000 

Arthur Rosenbaum, Athens, GA. 1986 Painting $3,000 

W. Steve Rucker, New Orleans. LA. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 



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James L. Acord, Richland. WA. 1994 works on paper $5,000 
Seyed Alavi, Oakland, CA. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 
Danae Anderson, Truckee. CA 1989 Crafts $3,000 
Dennis L. Angel, Henderson, NV. 1994 Painting $5,000 



Kim Anno, Oakland, CA. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Anne Appleby, Jefferson City, MT. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Chester Arnold, Sonoma, CA. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Jaime Arredondo, Long Island City, NY. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Anthony J. Aziz, San Francisco, CA. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Zhao Baiwei, Seattle, WA. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Julia M. Barello, Mesilla, NM. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Maura Bendett, Los Angeles, CA. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Sandow Birk, Los Angeles, CA. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Vivian Bower, New York, NY. 1 995 Sculpture $5,000 

Mala Breuer, Abiquiu, NM. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Leslee Broersma, Boulder, CO. 1 996 Works on Paper $5,000 

Carl Bronson, Los Angeles, CA. 1 995 Sculpture $5,000 

Kaucyila Brooke, Wilsonville, OR. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Joy Broom, Martinez, CA. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Michael F. Brophy, Portland, OR. 1 990 Painting $5,000 

Beliz Brother, Seattle, WA. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Brad Brown, San Francisco, CA. 1 996 Works on Paper $5,000 

Elizabeth R. Bryant, Los Angeles, CA. 1996 New Genres $5,000 

Chad Buck, 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Mark A. Calderon, Seattle, WA. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Cristina Cardenas, Tucson, AZ. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Stuart J. Caswell, Rosemead, CA. 1 988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Francis M. Celentano, Seattle, WA. 1 990 Painting $5,000 

Susan Cervantes, San Francisco, CA. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Aurore Chabot, Wilton, NH. 1 995 Crafts $5,000 82 

Enrique Chagoya, Oakland, CA. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Lauri Chambers, Seattle, WA. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Frances Charteris, Boulder, CO. 1993 Photography $5,000 

Monica Chau, Los Angeles, CA. 1995 Photography $5,000 

Susan Cheat, Salt Lake City, UT. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Tina Chinn, El Cerrito, CA. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Albert Chong, Boulder, CO. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Charles B. Cobb, Santa Rosa, CA. 1 989 Crafts $3,000 

Robert D. Cocke, Phoenix, AZ. 1 988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Tony Cockrell, Boulder Creek, CA. 1 992 Painting $5,000 

Andrew S. Cooperman, Seattle, WA. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Keith Cottingham, San Francisco, CA. 1 995 Photography $5,000 

Dennis L. Cunningham, Portland, OR. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Erik DAzevedo, Berkeley, CA. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Joyce Dallal, Los Angeles, CA. 1995 Photography $5,000 

Caryl Davis, Venice, CA. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

Paul H. Davis, Salt Lake City, UT. 1 988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Roseline Delisle, Santa Monica, CA. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Bailey Doogan, Tucson, AZ. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Tim Doud, Chicago, IL. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Susan Dunshee, Santa Fe, NM. 1989 Crafts $3,000 



Ann Gale, Seattle, WA. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Jeff Gambill, Los Angeles, CA. 1 990 Painting $5,000 

Terri Garland, Soquel, CA. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Beth Lindsey Gellar, Los Angeles, CA. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

Debra Goldman, Denver, CO. 1 995 Photography $5,000 

Ken Gonzales-Day, W. Hollywood, CA. 1996 New Genres $5,000 

RicardO Gouveia (Rigo 97), San Francisco, CA. 1 994 Painting $5,000 

David Green, Seattle, WA. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Paul Green, Portland, OR. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Cameron Gregg, Santa Fe, NM. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

James Hajicek, Mesa, AZ. 1995 Photography $5,000 

Diane Andrews Hall, San Francisco, CA. 1 994 Painting $5,000 

Alfred Harris, Buffalo, NY. 1992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Lyle Ashton Harris, Los Angeles, CA. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Thomas Harris, Seattle, WA. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Randy Hayes, Seattle, WA. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Stephen P. Hayes, Portland, OR. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Matt Heckert, San Francisco, CA. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

F. Scott Hess, Los Angeles, CA. 1 990 Painting $5,000 

Judy Hill, Portland, OR. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Caroline Hinkley, Boulder, CO. 1993 Photography $5,000 

Anthony Holdsworth, Oakland, CA. 1990 Painting $5,000 

David Hollowell, Woodland, CA. 1 988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Margaret Honda, Santa Monica, CA. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

Deborah Horrell, Portland, OR. 1 995 Crafts $5,000 

Jody Isaacson, Bernalillo, NM. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Gendron Jensen, Vadito, NM. 1 996 Works on Paper $5,000 
Anne Griffin Johnson, Portland, OR. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Robert C. Jones, Mt. Vernon, WA. 1 990 Painting $5,000 

Kim Lee Kahn, Los Angeles, CA. 1 991 Sculpture $5,000 
Beanie Kaman, Santa Fe, NM. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 
Annetta Kapon, Los Angeles, CA. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 
Ed Kashi, San Francisco, CA. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Jeffrey C. Keith, Denver, CO. 1 990 Painting $5,000 
Kimberly Kelzer, Freeland, WA. 1 993 Crafts $5,000 
Suzy Kerr, Los Angeles, CA. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Young Kim, San Francisco, CA. 1 993 Photography $5,000 
Don C. King, Challis, ID. 1 989 Crafts $3,000 
Susan Kingsley, Carmel, CA. 1 995 Crafts $5,000 
Janine Klees, DeKalb, IL. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 
Lisa Kokin, Richmond, CA. 1 995 Crafts $5,000 
Cindy Kolodziejski, Venice, CA. 1 993 Crafts $5,000 
Chris Komater, San Francisco, CA. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 
Jeff Kotun, Oakland, CA. 1 996 Painting $5,000 
Scott Kuykendall, Albuquerque, NM. 1990 Painting $5,000 



Tom Eckert, Tempe, AZ. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

C. C. Elian, Sedro-Wooley, WA. 1992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Dick Elliott, Ellensburg, WA. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Timothy Ely, Snohomish, WA. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Jennifer R. Empey, San Francisco, CA. 1995 Photography $5,000 

John O. Erickson, Salt Lake City, UT. 1990 Painting $5,000 

Dorothy A. Faison-Meder, Kailua, HI. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Judith Poxson Fawkes, Portland, OR. 1 993 Crafts $5,000 
Alice Fellows, Santa Monica, CA. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Lukas Felzmann, San Francisco, CA. 1 993 Photography $5,000 
Mary Fish, Sundance, UT. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 
Cinthea Fiss, New York, NY. 1 994 New Genres $5,000 
Claudia Fitch, New York, NY 1995 Sculpture $5,000 
Susanne Forestieri, Las Vegas, NV. 1 996 Painting $5,000 
David French, Seattle, WA. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 
Kay French, Portland, OR. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Dan Fuller, Albuquerque, NM. 1990 Painting $5,000 



Ann Lacy, Santa Fe, NM. 1 988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Deborah F. Lawrence, Seattle, WA. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Gavin Lee, Alhambra, CA. 1993 Photography $5,000 

George Legrady, San Francisco, CA. 1993 Photography $5,000 

Xavier Leonard, San Diego, CA. 1 996 New Genres $5,000 

Leslie Lerner, Sarasota, FL 1990 Painting $5,000 

Lauren Lesko, New York, NY. 1 993 Sculpture $5,000 

Saiman Li, San Francisco, CA. 1995 Photography $5,000 

Jean Lowe, Encinitas, CA. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

James Luna, Valley Center, CA. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

Tom Lundberg, Fort Collins, CO. 1 995 Crafts $5,000 

Marilyn Lysohir, Moscow, ID. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Ming-Yuen S. Ma, Los Angeles, CA. 1996 New Genres $5,000 
Susan Magnus, Berkeley, CA. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Dianne Malley, Venice, CA. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Michael Robert Marlowe, Phoenix, AZ. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Alden Mason, Seattle, WA. 1992 Painting $5,000 



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Phyllis McGibbon, Wellesley, MA. 1992 Works on Paper $5,000 
David McMurray, Seattle, WA. 1996 Works on Paper $5,000 
Myron Melnick, Denver, CO. 1989 Crafts $5,000 
Kevin Miller, Los Angeles, CA. 1994 Painting $5,000 
Kenna Moser, Seattle, WA. 1994 Painting $5,000 

John Neely, Logan, UT. 1 989 Crafts $3,000 

Ronna Neuenschwander, Mill Valley, CA. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Domingo Nuno, Oakland, CA. 1995 Photography $5,000 

Brian O'Connor, Veguita, NM. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Heidi Oberheide, Palouse, WA. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Frank Okada, Eugene, OR. 1 990 Painting $5,000 
Mark C. Olsen, Pullman, WA. 1991 Photography $5,000 
Ellen Oppenheimer, Oakland, CA. 1995 Crafts $5,000 
Susan Otto, Los Angeles, CA. 1995 Photography $5,000 
Jeff T. Overlie, Cass Lake, MN. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 



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Carmalita Little Turtle, Flagstaff, AZ. 1993 Photography $5,000 

Eric Van Eimeren, Helena, MT. 1993 Crafts $5,000 
Rudi Verhoeven, Albuquerque, NM. 1992 Painting $5,000 
Barbara Vos, San Francisco, CA. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Christopher Warner, Los Angeles, CA. 1990 Painting $5,000 
Fan Warren, Oakland, CA. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 
Gail Weissberg, 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Albert J. Winn, Santa Monica, CA. 1 993 Photography $5,000 
Kurt Wold, Napa, CA. 1 995 Sculpture $5,000 

Michele Zackheim, Tesuque, NM. 1988 Works on Paper $5,000 



Carolanne Patterson, New York, NY. 1995 Crafts $5,000 
Ernie Pepion, Bozeman, MT. 1992 Painting $5,000 
Mark Perlman, Sebastobol, CA. 1996 Works on Paper $5,000 
Pipo, Albuquerque, NM. 1 996 Works on Paper $5,000 
Thomas Prochaska, Portland, OR. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Jean Rasenberger, Los Angeles, CA. 1994 New Genres $5,000 

Fran Reed, Anchorage, AK. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

David Regan, Los Angeles, CA. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Greg Reser, San Diego, CA. 1 992 Painting $5,000 

Nanilee S. Robarge, San Francisco, CA. 1995 Crafts $5,000 

Sara Roberts, Frazier Park, CA. 1994 New Genres $5,000 

Jose Luis Rodriguez, Albuquerque, NM. 1 994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Hanneline Rogeberg, Seattle, WA. 1996 Painting $5,000 

Garrison Roots, Boulder, CO. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 

Glen Walter Rubsamen, 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Ross Rudel, Santa Monica, CA. 1 993 Sculpture $5,000 

Yoshitomo Saito, Oakland, CA. 1993 Sculpture $5,000 

Cristina Salvador, Long Beach, CA. 1 993 Photography $5,000 

Gregory Schulte, Logan, UT. 1994 Works on Paper $5,000 

Stephen Schultz, Hope, ID. 1990 Painting $5,000 

June Schwarcz, Sausalito, CA. 1993 Crafts $5,000 

Robert Schwartz, San Francisco, CA. 1 992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Vicki Scuri, Seattle, WA. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 

David Secrest, Somers, MT. 1 989 Crafts $3,000 

Martina M. Shenal, Tempe, AZ. 1996 New Genres $5,000 

Patricia W. Sherwood, Los Altos, CA. 1 994 Painting $5,000 

Kathy Shiroki, Buffalo, NY. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

Collin Shutz, Seattle, WA. 1996 Works on Paper $5,000 

Timothy Siciliano, Seattle, WA. 1992 Works on Paper $5,000 

Suzanne Simpson, 1996 Works on Paper $5,000 

Paul Singdahlsen, Santa Fe, NM. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Christina Y. Smith, Fullerton, CA. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Jaune Quick-To-See Smith, Corrales, NM. 1988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Michael K. Speaker, Portland, OR. 1989 Crafts $3,000 

Linda Stark, Los Angeles, CA. 1992 Painting $5,000 

Tom Stephenson, Tempe, AZ. 1996 Painting $5,000 

George Stillman, Ellensburg, WA. 1990 Painting $5,000 

Thaddeus Strode, Los Angeles, CA. 1992 Painting $5,000 



Lynn Taber-Borcherdt, Tucson, AZ. 1990 Painting $5,000 

Brian D. Taylor, Monte Sereno, CA. 1991 Photography $5,000 

Christopher T. Terry, Logan, UT 1994 Painting $5,000 

Ev Thomas, Bolinas, CA. 1994 Painting $5,000 

C. S. Tiefa, Albuquerque, NM. 1 988 Works on Paper $3,000 

Sarah M. Timberlake, Denver, CO. 1991 Sculpture $5,000 

Canan Tolon, Berkeley, CA. 1994 Painting $5,000 

Trimpin, Seattle, WA. 1 994 New Genres $5,000 

Hulleah J. Tsinhnahjinnie, Phoenix, AZ. 1995 Photography $5,000 

Mary Tsiongas, Oakland, CA. 1995 Sculpture $5,000 



INDEX 



Page references in italics refer to illustrations 



Acconci Studio, 28 

Acconci, Vito, 21,28, 141 

Actor (Africano), 7 60 

Adams, Dennis, 7 60 

Adams, Pat, 1 42 

Adams, Robert, 19, 29, 136, 152 

Africano, Nicholas, 7 60 

Aftermath (Hull), 7 78 

Alexander, Jane, 157 

Alfonzo, Carlos, 760 

Allen, Jo Harvey, 760 

Allen, Terry, 15, 21,30, 143 

Allyn, Jerri, 149, 155 

Alter, Rosalyn, 1 57 

Amenoff, Gregory, 16, 37, 149, 155 

An Eminent Painter (Attie), 762 

Anderson, Laurie, 1 7, 32 

Andre, Carl, 10, 7 67 

Andrews, Benny, 128, 129, 143, 

152, 157, 7 67 
Andrews, Lawrence, 148, 767 
Andrews, Richard, 131, 153, 157 
Antin, Eleanor, 137, 7 67 
Antoniou, Eva, 157 
Antreasian, Garo, 144 
Applebroog, Ida, 23, 24, 33 
Archive, The (Dennis Adams), 7 60 
Argument, The (Viola Frey), 57 
Argus (PJ) (Butterfield), 766 
Armajani, Siah, 17, 7 62 
Armijo, Frederico, 1 44 
Armstrong, Elizabeth, 1 47, 1 54 
Arneson, Robert, 14, 24, 34 
Artist and His Bride, The 

(Chagoya), 43 
Artist (Shea), 798 
Artschwager, Richard, 13, 14, 35, 

152 
Attie, Dotty, 762 
Auger, Julie, 151 
Auping, Michael, 148 
Authors (Man with Cigarette) 

(Spector), 200 
Autio, Rudy, 7 62 
Avalos, David, 1 54 
Aycock, Alice, 7 62 



B 



Bacerra, Joyce, 142 
Baldessari, John, 20, 36, 144 
Ballad von der Judenhure Marie 

Sanders III (Brecht) (Spero), 

772 
Baltz, Lewis, 139, 763 
Balustrade Vase 97-5 (Woodman), 

726 
Bancroft, David, 1 57 
Barbara Campaign Fund Raising in 

Middle America (Heinecken), 

777 



Barboza, Anthony, 142 
Barney, Tina, 1 47 
Barrow, Thomas, 1 40 
Barry, Judith, 763 
Bartlett, Jennifer, 1 5, 37 
Barzyk, Fred, 1 35, 1 37 
Bates, David, 1 48 
Beal, Graham, 148, 154 
Beating Heart-Heart Chamber 

(Wagner), 204 
Beck, Martha, 1 45 
Beck, Stephen, 140 
Beebe, Mary, 1 53 
Beehive/Books (Cumming), 53 
Bell, Larry, 142, 763 
Bellamy, Richard, 134 
Ben Tre', Howard, 7 63 
Benglis, Lynda, 7 64 
Bennett, Garry, 764 
Berger, Paul, 1 44 
Berthold Brecht. n.d. (Pomeroy), 

793 
Bicentennial Champion, The 

(Joan Brown), 7 66 
Bickerton, Jane, 149 
Biddle, Livingston L, Jr., 157 
Billow (Youngerman), 207 
Bills, Linda, 150 
Birch, Willie, 764 
Birnbaum, Dara, 23, 38 
Bischoff, Elmer, 143 
Bish, Charles, 157 
Black Gowns (Semmes), 798 
Black-and-White Bottles 

(Sherrie Levine), 73 
Blackburn, Bob, 142 
Bladen, Ronald, 10, 764 
Blake, Nayland, 1 55 
Bleckner, Ross, 146, 765 
Bliss, Anna, 141 
Block, Ricardo, 145, 153 
Bloom, Suzanne, 151 
Board Room, The (Muntadas), 790 
Bochner, Mel, 147, 765 
Boiling, George, 139 
Bond, Ruth, 157 
Born in a Cotton Field (Ringgold), 

99 
Borofsky, Jonathan, 7 65 
Borrup, Tom, 1 55 
Bottom (Oursler), 92 
Boulton, Jack, 137, 138, 153 
Bradford, Thomasine, 1 50 
Brady, Robert, 1 47 
Bramson, Phyllis, 146 
Bray, Hazel, 1 36 
Brewster, Michael, 145 
Bright, Deborah, 155 
Brito, Maria, 147 
Brodie, Gandy, 765 
Bronx Train (Malpede), 786 



Brooks, Ellen, 150 
Brown, Christopher, 7 66 
Brown, Joan, 15, 145, 766 
Brown, Kathan, 139, 145 
Brown, Roger, 1 39 
Brown, William, 1 35 
Bruce, Chris, 1 55 
Bruce, Roger, 157 
Bruised Boy Cup (Nagle), 797 
Brush with Illumination 

(www.brushdelux.com) 

(Buster Simpson), 799 
Bryant, Edward, 134 
Buchanan, Beverly, 7 66 
Buchen, Bill, 144 
Buck, John, 146 
Bullard, John, 138 
Bunce, Alan, 153 
Bunnell, Peter, 135, 136 
Burden, Chris, 39 
Burroughs, William, 23 
Burton, Scott, 17, 24, 40, 138 
Bus Shelter Image (Kruger), 782 
Butterfield, Deborah, 143, 154, 766 
Byars, James Lee, 767 
Byrnes, James, 134 



Calla Lily (Mapplethorpe), 80 
Callahan, Harry, 19, 4 7, 140 
Callanish Stone Circle, Isle of 

Lewis, Hebrides, Scotland 

(Capanigro), 7 67 
Callis, Jo Ann, 767 
Caiman, Wendy, 1 40 
Camouflaged History (Ericson and 

Ziegler), 207 
Camp, James, 134 
Campus, Peter, 1 39 
Canadian Geese (Rothenberg), 700 
Canavier, Elena, 1 57 
Capanigro, Paul, 767 
Carey, Richard, 1 57 
Carlson, Cynthia, 767 
Carlson, Paul, 1 57 
Carousel (Stainless Steel Version) 

(Nauman), 89 
Carpenter, Art, 141 
Carpenter, Jamie, 141, 1 43 
Carswell, Rodney, 151 
Casebere, Jim, 1 48 
Castle, Wendell, 768 
Cathcart, Linda, 1 40, 1 43 
Catholic Tastes (Kelley), 77 
Cederquist, John, 20, 42, 138 
Celmins, Vija, 7 68 
.c.Functional and Fantasy Stair and 

Cyclone Fragment (Aycock), 762 
Cha, Theresa, 768 
Chagoya, Enrique, 21, 43 
Chamberlain, John, 14, 44 



Charlesworth, Sarah, 24, 45 

Cheang, She Lea, 147 

Chemo 1 (Arneson), 34 

Chest Bench #2 (Bennett), 7 64 

Chiarenza, Carl, 1 43 

Chihuly, Dale, 20-21, 46, 139, 152, 

153 
Chin, Mel, 24, 47 
Chinese Profile III (Liu), 785 
Chong, Albert, 7 68 
Chong, Ping, 146, 769 
Christenberry, William, 19, 48, 146 
Chung, David, 769 
churchsnakebedbone (Shelton), 

798 
Clark, Garth, 1 53 
Clark, Larry, 1 9-20, 49 
Clearwater, Bonnie, 148 
Close, Chuck, 1 5, 50, 1 43, 1 53 
Cloud Reading for Pilots (Widmer), 

205 
Coe, Sue, 769 

Coke, Van Deren, 1 34, 1 35, 1 39 
Colescott, Robert, 16, 57, 143 
Coliton, Sue, 157 
Condit, Cecelia, 148 
Conflagration: Oil & Fire (Crile), 52 
Connor, Linda, 139, 769 
Connor, Russell, 136 
Contemplating the View at Muley 

Point, Utah (Klett), 787 
Contini, Anita, 1 53 
Control & Abandon (Charlesworth), 

45 
Conwill, Houston, 150, 154, 7 69 
Cook, Lia, 7 70 
Coplans, John, 7 70 
Copley, Claire, 1 40 
Cornell, Joseph, 16 
CosiE-lt Is So! (Kit-Yin Snyder), 

200 
Counter Angel (Jo Harvey Allen), 

760 
Cowin, Eileen, 146, 154 
Cowrie Necklace, The 

(Albert Chong), 768 
Coyle, Laura, 1 57 
Crile, Susan, 21,52, 146, 153 
Crist, Jacqueline, 1 55 
Crocodile, Valley of the Kings, 

Egypt (Linda Connor), 769 
Cumming, Robert, 20, 21, 53, 138, 

142 
Curtained Window 

(Catherine Murphy), 797 
Cypis, Dorit, 146, 7 70 



D 



Daley, William, 148 

Dance of Darkness (Velez), 204 

Danese, Renato, 1 57 



252 



253 



Dater, Judy, 136, 7 70 

David Wojnarowicz with a Snake 

(Hujar), 178 
Davidovich, Jaime, 141 
Davis, Annette, 157 
Davis, Bing, 1 53 
Davis, Douglas, 1 52, 1 53 
Davis, Gene, 7 77 
Dawson, Robert, 1 48 
Day, Holliday, 1 47 
Deal, Joe, 147, 154, 155 
Dean, James, 157 
DeCarava, Roy, 1 43 
Decker and Dicker (Chamberlain), 

44 
Deep Station (Dennis), 7 72 
DeFeo, Jay, 7 77 
DeGenvieve, Barbara, 7 77 
Delehanty, Suzanne, 149, 154, 155 
Demetrion, James, 135 
Denes, Agnes, 7 77 
Denman, John, 1 34 
Dennis, Donna, 7 72 
DeSoto, Lewis, 7 72 
Defa/7 (Inclinometer), Mid-Atlantic 

(Sekula), 797 
Devil's Vice, The (Finster), 7 74 
DeVore, Richard, 7 72 
d'Harnoncourt, Anne, 140, 152 
di Suvero, Mark, 1 0, 1 1 , 54 
Diagram for Two Separate 

Installations (Le Va), 72 
Diao, David, 151 
Dickson, Susan, 1 54 
Dine, Jim, 19 

Directors, The (Larry Sultan), 202 
Disappearing Places (TYSZOWEE) 

(Morris), 88 
Diving Board, Salton Sea (Misrach), 

85 
Doherty, Charles, 28 
Dominguez, Eddie, 150 
Double Wrapped Form (Ben Tre'), 

7 63 
Doug, Joe, and Genevieve 

(Manglano-Ovalle), 79 
Dowell, John, 139 
Dowley, Jennifer, 153, 154, 157 
Downey, Juan, 140 
Drake, James, 149 
Drew, Nancy, 1 40, 1 57 
Drifter (Stackhouse), 200 
Driscoll, Ellen, 7 72 
Driskell, David, 1 52 
Duchamp, Marcel, 14 
DuFour, Paul, 140 
Dumbball Action On Going 

Process Work (Ireland), 779 
Dyeing for Benetton (Haacke), 65 



Ear to Ear (Raff), 94 
Edgar Heap of Birds, 151 
Edwards, Melvin, 135, 7 73 
Efron, Jean, 1 57 
Eggleston, William, 1 9, 55 
Eleanor Antinova In "Pocahontas" 

(Antin), 767 
Electronic Superhighway (Paik), 93 
Element #12 (Baltz), 7 63 
Ellis, Robert, 137 
Elvis (Nathan Lyons), 786 



Empanadas (turnovers) (Garza), 

7 75 
Emshwiller, Ed, 137 
En la barberia no se llora (Osorio), 

792 
English, Helen Drutt, 153 
Encson, Kate, 207 
Estes, Richard, 7 73 
Evans, Walker, 19 
Eve (Wharton), 205 
Ewald, Wendy, 7 73 
Excreta Fluxorum, Fluxus Editions 

(Maciunas), 78 
Exxon (Coe), 7 69 
Eyes Of Gutete Emerita, The (Jaar), 

7 79 



F for Fruta (Ewald), 7 73 
Face Vase (Kottler), 782 
Fahey, Mary, 1 57 
Fairbanks, Jonathan, 144 
Fall '91 (Ray), 98 
Fallen Oo/ecMBIeckner), 7 65 
Faubion, Michael, 157 
February 20, 1992/ August 18, 

1992, #7 (Wilke), 723 
Feldman, Ronald, 153 
Ferguson, Ken, 139 
Fern, Alan, 134, 135, 136 
Fern, Vicki, 1 57 
Fernandez, Ramiro, 1 57 
Fernandez, Teresita, 7 73 
Ferrara, Jackie, 1 38, 1 42, 1 53 
Ferrer, Rafael, 1 39 
Fichter, Robert, 143 
Film About a Woman Who . . . 

(Rainer), 794 
Fine, Ruth, 148 
Finster, Howard, 7 74 
Fisch, Arline, 139 
Fischl, Eric, 147 
Fish, Janet, 148 
Fish, Mary, 7 74 
Fisher, Patrick, 1 57 
Fisher, Vernon, 146, 153, 7 74 
Fishman, Louise, 7 74 
Flack, Audrey, 145 
Flame (Highstein), 7 77 
Flavin, Dan, 10, 11, 56 
Fleischner, Richard, 1 48, 1 54 
Flora (Lucero), 76 
Flower Against a Blue Window 

(Freilicher), 7 75 
Fluxus, 22 
Flying Floors for Ticketing Pavilion 

(Acconci Studio), 28 
Flying High: Homage to Betty 

Carter (Whitten), 205 
Flying Steamroller, The (Burden), 

39 
Focke, Anne, 139, 152, 155 
Foresta, Merry, 1 47, 1 54 
Fraher, David, 1 53, 1 54, 1 55 
Framing Memories I Never Had 

(Cypis), 7 70 
Frank, Peter, 140 
Freeman, Roland, 144 
Freeman, Vida, 144 
Freilicher, Jane, 7 75 
Frey, Mary, 1 50 
Frey, Viola, 20, 24, 57 



Fried, Howard, 1 38 
Friedlander, Lee, 19, 58 
Friedman, Martin, 134 
Friese, Nancy, 149 
Friesen, Laura, 1 57 
Frohnmayer, John E., 1 57 
Fuller, Patricia, 1 40, 1 57 



Gabel, Marlene, 141 
Garabedian, Charles, 146 
Garcia, Rupert, 151, 7 75 
Garrels, Gary, 1 54 
Garver, Thomas, 1 37, 1 41 
Garza, Carmen, 7 75 
Gauss, Kathy, 1 57 
Gaylor, Robert, 154 
Geldzahler," Henry, 129, 153, 157 
Geoffrey Hendricks and Brian 

(Neel), 90 
George, Vladimir, Isadora and Marcel 

(Komarand Melamid), 782 
Georgia, Olivia, 1 54 
Getty, Nilda, 136 
Ghea, Susanne, 1 49, 1 55 
Giancola, John, 1 53 
Gift of the Bridge (Wilmarth), 206 
Gifthorse (Autio), 7 62 
Gilliam, Sam, 10, 12,59, 134, 142 
Gillis, Kerrie, 157 
Gingold, Diane, 157 
Ginzel, Andrew, 780 
Ginzel, Roland, 139 
Girl vs. Mess (Schaechter), 704 
Giza, Michael, 157 
Gladstone, Marilyn, 149, 155 
Godfrey, Wilhemina, 137 
Gohlke, Frank, 1 9, 60 
Goldberg, Jim, 7 75 
Goldberg, Roselee, 139, 146 
Goldin, Nan, 19-20, 67 
Goldsleger, Cheryl, 1 45 
Goldstein, Elisa, 1 57 
Goldstein, Rodney, 157 
Gomez-Pena, Guillermo, 21, 62 
Gonzalez, Manuel, 148 
Gonzalez, Patricia, 147 
Gonzalez-Canas, Maria, 148 
Gonzalez-Torres, Felix, 24, 63 
Goodall, Donald, 134 
Goodwin, Maria, 157 
Gourfain, Peter, 7 76 
Goya Series: AND (Baldessari), 36 
Grand Rapids Riverwalk Floodwall 

(Michael Singer), 799 
Granderson, Eddie, 151 
Graves, Nancy, 13-14, 64, 139 
Graw, Imelda de, 1 42 
Graze (Melissa Miller), 790 
Graze, Sue, 145 
Green, Jonathan, 1 37 
Green/Black Zone Painting VIII 

(Robert Mangold), 786 
Greenwood Pond: Double Site 

(Miss), 86 
Griffin, Gary, 140 
Griffin, Mary McArthur, 145 
Grimmer, Mineko, 150 
Groover, Deborah, 1 50 
Group of One Hundred Untitled 

Works in Mill Aluminum (Judd), 

70 



Grundberg, Andy. 1 50 
Guitar Neck (Marclay), 787 
Gutierrez-Solana, Carlos, 149 



H 



Haacke, Hans, 22, 65, 143 
Hairy Who, 1 6 
Halbreich, Kathy, 1 46, 1 53 
Hall, Doug, 7 76 
Hameleinen, Beth, 157 
Hamilton, Ann, 23, 24, 66, 147 
Hammering Man at 3,007,624 

(Borofsky), 765 
Hand Heard (Hill), 67* 
Hanhart, John, 142 
Hanks, David, 137 
Hanks, Nancy, 1 57 
Haozous, Bob, 150 
Harden, Marvin, 145 
Harmon, Jackie, 1 57 
Harper, Glenn, 154, 155 
Harris, Al F, 1 54 
Harris, Janet, 1 52 
Harrison, Newton, 152 
Hart, Robert, 137 
Hartwell, Carroll, 138 
Hartwig House, Truro (Meyerowitz), 

83 
Harvest (Witkin), 206 
HasciLine, James, 152 
Haskell, Barbara, 135 
Hassinger, Maren, 7 76 
Hatch, Connie, 776 
Heard, Marion, 1 38 
Heinecken, Robert, 777 
Held, Al, 7 77 
Hello, Good-bye, Hello (Garcia), 

7 75 
Henning, Edward, 134 
Herman, Roger, 149 
Herms, George, 7 77 
Hernandez, Anthony, 140 
Heyward, Julia, 23 
Higby, Wayne, 145, 154 
Highstein, Jene, 147, 7 77 
Higuchi, Lorna, 150 
Hill, Gary, 21, 22, 67 
Hitch (Wegman), 120 
Hitchcock, Barbara, 148 
Hodsoll, Frank, 1 57 
Hofer, Evelyn, 1 39 
Hoffman, Michael, 135 
Hollis, Douglas, 147 
Hollywood Halloween, 2 of 5 

(McCarthy), 788 
Holt, Nancy, 141 
Hood (Gilliam), 59 
Hoone, Jeff, 1 53, 1 54 
Hope, Olive, Spring (Ruscha). 102 
Hopkins, Henry, 134, 135. 147 
Hopps, Walter. 1 34 
Horn, Roni, 7 78 
Hostage (Birnbaum), 38 
Howard, Mildred, 778 
Hu, Mary Lee. 1 50 
Huebler, Douglas, 145 
Huffman, Kathy. 142 
Hughto. Margie. 146 
Hujar, Peter, 7 78 
Hull, John, 778 
Humphrey. John, 134 
Humphrey, Margo, 146 



Hunger (Jensen), 7 79 
Hunt, Richard; 134, 135, 136 
Hunter, Leonard, 129, 157 
Hurley, Denzil, 151 
Hurson, Michael, 146 



Iceberg (Moskowitz), 190 
Image from Lahgo Nahodeesdza 

(Time Called For A Better Way 

of Being) (Mary Fish), 174 
Implied Geometries (Triangle), 

Cainville, Utah (Sanborn), 196 
Imrey, Celia, 28 
In the Absence ot Memory 

(PingChong), 169 
In the Place of the Public (Rosier), 

795 
Ingestion and Excretion of the One 

By the Other, The (Lemieux), 

783 
Installation, Gallery Takagi, Japan 

(Kaneko), 7 80 
Interim, after the end and before the 

beginning (Kristen Jones/Andrew 

Ginzel), 780 
Ireland (Callahan), 41 
Ireland, David, 144, 7 79 
Iron Heavens (Ward), 205 
Irwin, Robert, 13, 16, 68, 136, 137, 

139, 152 
Isaacson, Marcia, 142 
Itatani, Michiko, 146 
Itter, Diane, 1 43 
Ivey, Bill, 7, 9, 1 57 



Jaar, Alfredo, 7 79 

Jacob, Mary Jane, 144, 155 

Jacobs, David, 153 

Jamison, Gayla, 141 

Jaudon, Valerie, 147 

Jenkins, William, 139 

Jensen, Bill, 144, 779 

Jimenez, Luis, 140, 152, 153, 7 79 

Jogging Lady (Kubota), 783 

John Huston, "Annie" set, Burbank, 

California (Winogrand), 206 
John Ivery's Truck: Hauling Away 

the Traps and Saving the Yams 

(Outterbridge), 793 
Johnson, President Lyndon, 8 
Johnson, Robert, 137, 138 
Johnson, Una, 135 
Jonas, Joan, 21, 69, 143 
Jones, Kristen, 780 
Jones, Robert, 142 
Jones, Ronald, 148 
Jonson, Raymond, 780 
Josephson, Kenneth, 1 37 
Juarez, Roberto, 1 47 
Judd, Donald, 10, 11, 70 
Judy's Bedroom (David Reed), 
794 



K 



Kaneko, Jun, 143, 780 
Kanemitzu, Mike, 141 
Kardon, Janet, 154 
Karnes, Karen, 1 47 
Kasuba, Aleksandra, 141 
Katz, Alex, 141, 147 



Katzenjammer (Cynthia Carlson), 

7 67 
Kaufman, Glen, 1 48 
Keating, Andrew, 144 
Kelley, Mike, 23, 7 7, 146 
Kelly, Mary, 780 
Kersey, Melanie, 1 57 
Kessler, Jane, 146 
Kester, Bernard, 1 52 
Kevorkian, Richard, 1 36 
Key Lime k (Turrell), 12, 7 75 
Kim, Byron, 787 
Kim, Jin Soo, 787 
King, Ray, 1 42 
King, Susan, 151 
Kirshner, Judith, 153, 154, 155 
Kismaric, Carole, 141, 152, 153 
Klett, Mark, 787 
Klonarides, Carole Ann, 1 47 
Knight, Christopher, 153 
Knodel, Gerhardt, 787 
Knowing Our History (Birch), 764 
Kohler, Ruth, 137, 139, 152 
Komar and Melamid, 782 
Kos, Paul, 146, 782 
Koshalek, Richard, 136, 157 
Kosuth, Joseph, 136, 137 
Kottler, Howard, 782 
Kramer, Hilton, 134 
Krane, Susan, 148 
Krause, George, 1 47 
Krauss, Rosalind, 152, 153 
Kruger, Barbara, 7 82 
Kubli, Bert, 157 
Kubota, Shigeko, 142, 783 
Kumao, Heidi, 151 
Kummerlein, Janet, 140 
Kuspit, Donald, 144, 153 



Labat, Tony, 1 45 
Lacy, Suzanne, 1 44 
Laderman, Gabriel, 144 
Lakoff, George, 1 52 
Lanyon, Ellen, 145 
Lapp, Gretchen, 1 57 
Larsen, Camille, 1 57 
Larson, William, 150, 155 
Last Supper, A (Gourfain), 7 76 
Last Train From Caney Creek to 

16th and Wood (Howard), 7 78 
Las Vegas (Friedlander), 58 
Law of Nature (Otterness), 792 
Lawler, Louise, 783 
Lazar, Julie, 1 47 

Le Va, Barry, 1 3, 1 4-1 5, 72, 1 40 
Lechtzin, Stanley, 1 38 
Leger, Fernand, 1 6 
Leicester, Andrew, 1 54 
Lemieux, Annette, 148, 783 
Lemon, Jack, 1 48 
Lere, Mark, 1 53 
Leval, Susana, 1 54 
Levine, Ed, 152 
Levine, Lisa, 1 57 
Levine, Sherrie, 24, 73 
Levinthal, David, 783 
Levitt, Helen, 1 9, 74 
Lewis, Marcia, 1 43 
Lewis, Norman, 784 
LeWitt, Sol, 10, 140, 784 
Licht, Ira, 142, 157 



Liebernman, William, 137, 138 
Lighthouse and Bridge (Armajani), 

762 
Ligon, Glenn, 149, 784 
Lim, Silvio, 157 
Lin, Maya, 24, 75 
Lipski, Donald, 784 
Little, Ken, 147, 785 
Littleton, Harvey, 1 44 
Liu, Hung, 785 
Livingston, Jane, 137, 138 
Lobe, Robert, 785 
Lockpez, Inverna, 1 54 
Locust Trees with Maple, The 

(Sylvia Mangold), 786 
Loeser, Thomas, 1 48 
London, Barbara, 1 39 
Longo, Vincent, 136, 137, 138 
Longshore, Willie, 144 
Loo, Lester, 1 49 
Loophole of Retreat, The (Driscoll), 

7 72 
Lopez, Martina, 150 
Los, Maria, 1 57 

Lotus Eater No. 1 (DeFeo), 777 
Loving, Richard, 145, 153 
Loxton, David, 1 38 
Lubosky, Susan, 1 57 
Lucero, Michael, 14, 20, 76 
Lucier, Mary, 21, 22, 77, 146 
Lui, Hung, 151 
Lurie, Nancy, 1 53 
Lutman, Sarah, 153 
Lutz, Winifred, 1 48 
Luxorview Dusk (Chung), 769 
Lyon, Danny, 785 
Lyons, Joan, 142 
Lyons, Lisa, 142 
Lyons, Nathan, 138, 152, 786 



M 



MacGregor, Stella, 155 
Maciunas, George, 22, 78 
MacKenzie, Warren, 1 52 
Made in Hollywood (Bruce and 

Norman Yonemoto), 727 
Madison, David, 150 
Maelstrom: May Laughs (Barry), 

7 63 
Maggiotto, John, 157 
Mahaffey, Merrill, 146 
Malpede, John, 786 
Manchester, Ellen, 142 
Mandel, Mike, 147 
Manglano-Ovalle, Inigo, 23, 79 
Mangold, Robert, 10, 143, 786 
Mangold, Sylvia Plimack, 151, 786 
Manhart, Marcia, 1 47 
Mann, Margery, 138 
mantle (Hamilton), 66 
Many Colored Objects Placed Side 

By Side To Form A Row Of 

Many Colored Objects (Weiner), 

727 
Mapplethorpe, Robert, 19-20, 80 
March (Amenoff), 37 
Marclay, Christian, 787 
Marioni, Tom, 787 
Marks, Graham, 787 
Marquis, Richard, 1 46 
Marshall, Kerry, 787 
Martin, Agnes, 10, 11-12, 15, 87 



Martinez, Daniel, 148, 7 88 
Maruyama, Wendy, 146, 154, 788 
Mattresses & Cakes (Rubins), 707 
Mayers, Elaine, 144 
McCarthy, Paul, 788 
McCollum, Allan, 147, 788 
McDonald, David, 141 
Mcintosh, Harrison, 137 
McKie, Judy, 142 
McLaughlin, Jean, 154 
McLaughlin, John, 789 
McLean, John, 157 
McQueen, John, 21, 82 
McShine, Kynaston, 137 
Mea Culpa (Kelly), 780 
Medusa (Schapiro), 797 
Medvedow, Jill, 1 51 
Melchert, James, 134, 135, 157, 

789 
Memories, Untitled XIII (Skinned) 

(Sandrow), 797 
Mendieta, Ana, 789 
Mendoza, Tony, 1 46 
Merritt, Francis, 136 
Mesa-Bains, Amalia, 146, 154 
Messages (Melchert), 789 
Metal Construction in 13 Masses 

and 4 Scales, I (Rabinowitch), 

794 
Metaphor and Melanomy (Graves), 

64 
Metzker, Ray, 148, 789 
Mexterminator Project, The 

(Gomez-Pena), 62 
Meyer, Starke, 1 57 
Meyerowitz, Joel, 1 9, 83 
Michals, Duane, 20, 84 
Migrants (Langston Hughes Series) 

(Benny Andrews), 767 
Miko Yamaguchi (Dater), 770 
Millar, Allan, 155 
Miller, John Paul, 142 
Miller, Melissa, 149, 790 
Miller, Tressa, 1 48 
Miller-Keller, Andrea, 144, 149 
Minimalists, 10-1 1 , 1 2, 13, 14, 15 
Misrach, Richard, 85, 1 45 
Miss, Mary, 17,24, 86, 140 
Mitchel, Julio, 145 
Mizuno, Mineo, 144 
Modlin, Melanie, 157 
Monitor (Little), 785 
Monk, Meredith, 22, 87 
Moore, Eudorah, 152, 157 
Moore, Julia, 157 
Moore, Michael, 1 55 
Moran, Henry, 153 
Moran, Judy, 155 
Moran, Lois, 135 
Morrin, Peter, 145 
Morris, Robert, 10, 1 1, 88, 136 
Mortal Coils (Schneemann), 1 8, 

705 
Moskowitz, Robert, 15, 148, 

790 
Motherwell, Robert, 134 
Moty, Eleanor, 1 44 
Mr. Taylor (Sligh), 799 
Mullican, Matt, 23, 790 
Munoz, Celia, 149 
Muntadas, Antonio, 790 
Murdock, Robert, 136, 138 



254 



255 



Murphy, Catherine, 149, 797 

Murray, Elizabeth, 147 

Museum Tags: Second Movement 

(Overture), or Ouverture con 

Claque (Overture with Hired 

Audience Members) 

(Daniel Martinez), 788 
Musteho (Jimenez), 779 
Myself As A Pilot (Noggle), 797 
Mystery Robots Rip Off the Rain 

Forest (Zucca), 207 



N 



N. Atlantic Ocean, Cape Breton 

Island (Sugimoto), 7 73 
Nagatani, Patrick, 1 50 
Nagle, Ron, 797 

Nauman, Bruce, 12, 13, 89, 139 
Neel, Alice, 15-16, 90 
Neff, John, 1 37, 1 38 
Neimanas, Joyce, 142 
Neimur, Jennifer, 1 57 
Nemo (Voulkos), 7 78 
Nen, Manuel, 142 
Neuhaus, Max, 797 
Nevelson, Louise, 135 
New Mexico, New York, B, #5 

(Tuttle), 7 76 
New Ring Shout, The (Conwill), 

769 
New York (Levitt), 14 
Newman, Bob, 150 
Nilsson, Gladys, 148 
7984 Dodge Wagon (Byron Kim), 

787 
Noah's Raven (Lucier), 77 
Noble Fields (Applebroog), 33 
Nodal, Al, 153 
Noggle, Anne, 137, 797 
Nomads (Rene) (Serrano), 798 
Norfleet, Barbara, 145 
Nude With Mummy Balloon 

(Pearlstein), 793 
#857 (DeVore), 7 72 
Nunez, Dario, 28 
Nutt, Jim, 16, 97 



Ode to Joy (European Anthem) 

(Colescott), 57 
O'Dell, Scott, 138 
O'Doherty, Brian, 129, 157 
Oleszko, Pat, 1 48 
Oliveira, Nathan, 140, 792 
Omar, Margit, 144 
On Dangerous Ground (Hassinger), 

7 76 
On Signal Hill, Overlooking Long 

Beach, California (Robert 

Adams), 29 
1 °2°3°4° (Irwin), 68 
Ooh-La-La Vanity (Maruyama), 

788 
Oppenheim, Dennis, 17, 24, 792 
Ortiz, Rafael, 142 
Osorio, Pepon, 792 
Other Side of the Moon, The 

(McQueen), 82 
Other Things Seen, Other Things 

Heard (Cha), 7 67 
Ott, Sabrina, 1 48 
Otterness, Tom, 792 



Our Lady of the Shadows (Saar), 703 
Oursler, Tony, 21, 22, 92 
Out of the Corner (Piper), 95 
Outterbndge, John, 793 
Ozenfant, Amedee, 1 3 



Paik, Nam June, 21-22, 93 
Paleologos, Stacy, 1 57 
Pally, Marc, 1 53 
Pangaean Dreams: A Shamanic 

Journey (Rosenthal), 795 
Panorama, Mid-Atlantic (Sekula), 

797 
Parallel Stress (Oppenheim), 17 
Park, Kyong, 1 55 
Parker, Bart, 141, 152 
Parker, Fred, 1 36 
Parrot, Alice, 1 38 
Parsons, Walter, 151 
Pascal's Perfect Probability 

Pyramid and The People 

Paradox-The Predicament 

(Denes), 7 77 
Paterson, Patricia, 1 47 
Pavel on the Beach, Positano, Italy 

(Goldin), 67 
Pearlstein, Philip, 137, 793 
Pearson, Ronald, 135 
Peed, Michael, 1 45 
Peeps, Claire, 1 54 
Perantaeu, Michael, 1 55 
Peraza, Nilda, 141 
Perfect Death, The (Byars), 767 
Perfect Ship, The (Terry Allen), 30 
Perrault, John, 150 
Personal Effects of the Pied Piper, 

The (Thek), 203 
Peters, Robert, 149, 155 
Pfaff, Judy, 14-15, 24, 94, 1 44 
Phillips, Lisa, 153 
Picasso, Pablo, 1 4 
Pijanowski, Hiroko, 148 
Pindell, Howardena, 141, 793 
Pink and Blue Piece (Winsor), 725 
Piper, Adrian, 22, 95, 1 44, 1 53 
Pitler, Sue, 1 57 
Pittman, Lari, 155 
Pitts, Terence, 1 46 
Plagens, Peter, 135, 144 
Plaster Surrogates (McCollum), 

788 
Players Four (Norman Lewis), 784 
Plaza, The (Estes), 7 73 
P-Melon #7 (Joyce Scott), 706 
Polymer No. 6(Jonson), 780 
Pomeroy, James, 145, 153, 793 
Port of Cleveland-Cleveland, Ohio 

(Gohlke), 60 
Porter, Katherine, 141 
Potter, Ted, 1 35 
powwow 80: Women's Northern 

Buckskin Dancers (Staley), 200 
Poxabogue Pond No. 29 (Lipski), 

784 
Premonition (Edwards), 7 73 
Presence/Absence: Soft Touch 

(Cook), 7 70 
Primal Pilots (Torres), 7 74 
Pnna, Stephen, 148, 154, 155 
Prince, John, 1 57 
Prince, Richard, 20, 96 



Prip, John, 147 
Pritikin, Renny, 1 55 
Prokopoff, Stephen, 135 
Prussian Blue Seaform Set with 

Chinese Red Lip Wraps 

(Chihuly), 46 
Pulitzer, Emily, 1 54 
Puryear, Martin, 1 4, 97, 1 4 1 , 1 43 
Pyramidian (di Suvero), 54 
Pyroglyphs (Steina Vasulka), 204 



Q 



Quigley, Robin, 146 



Rabinowitch, David, 10, 194 
Rainer, Yvonne, 1 94 
Ramirez, Dan, 1 49 
Rankaitis, Susan, 143, 153 
Rankin, Scott, 151 
Raspberry Icicle (Gene Davis), 7 77 
Rauschenberg, Robert, 138 
Ray, Charles, 23, 24, 98 
Reading Position for a Second 

Degree Burn (Oppenheim), 1 7 
Red Portfolio (Ligon), 784 
Redden, Nigel, 142 
Reed, David, 794 
Reed, Robert, 149 
Remarks On Color (Bochner), 7 65 
Requiem III (Held), 7 77 
Restored Shack (Buchanan), 766 
Revival Field (Chin), 24, 47 
Reynolds, Jock, 1 44, 1 53 
Rice, Jacqueline, 140 
Rice, Leland, 141 
Richardson, Brenda, 139 
Rickey, Carrie, 1 44 
Rider (William Tucker), 203 
Ringgold, Faith, 16, 24, 99 
Ritual and Revolution (Weems), 

779 
Road y to Ocasinga, Chiapas, Where 

750 Zapatistas Died (Lyon), 785 
Roche, Jim, 138 
Rockburne, Dorothea, 137, 794 
Roden Crater, 1 2 
Rollins, Tim, 795 
Room for St. John of the Cross 

(Viola), 7 77 
Roosen, Mia Westerlund, 148 
Rose, Barbara, 1 34 
Rosenthal, Rachel, 795 
Rosier, Martha, 143, 795 
Ross, David, 136, 137, 141 
Rotenberg, Lone, 1 57 
Roth, Moira, 142 
Rothenberg, Susan, 15, 16, 700 
Rubins, Nancy, 15, 16. 24, 707 
Rupp, Christina, 795 
Ruppersberg, Allen, 147, 796 
Ruscha, Edward, 10, 12, 702, 143 
Rust, Dana, 157 
Ryder, Malcolm, 157 
Rydingsvard, Ursula Von, 144 
Ryman, Robert, 142 



Saar, Betye, 16, 703, 145, 796 
Sanborn, Jim, 796 
Sandback, Amy, 1 54 
Sandback, Fred, 10-11. 796 



Sandler, Irving, 153 
Sandrow, Hope, 797 
Sarkisian, Paul, 1 39 
Sato, Norie, 144 
Sauer, Jane, 146 
Saunders, Ray, 140 
Scan Processor Studies 

(Woody Vasulka), 204 
Scanga, Italo, 144 
Scapegoat (Pindell), 793 
Schade, Bill, 144 
Schaechter, Judith, 21, 704 
Schapiro, Miriam, 16, 797 
Schira, Cynthia, 144 
Schneemann, Carolee, 17, 18, 705 
Schneider, Ira, 141 
Schonlau, Ree, 1 55 
Schnder, Jenny, 28 
Schugurensky. Pablo, 1 55 
Schwartz, Martha, 154 
Scientific American (Herms), 7 77 
Scott, Deborah Emont, 1 50 
Scott, John, 1 55 
Scott, Joyce, 21, 706, 147, 154 
Scully, Sean, 797 
Seed Containers: #3 (Stuart), 207 
Seely, Jack, 1 57 
Segal, George, 134, 135, 152 
Seitz, William, 134 
Seku'i, Allan, 797 
Self Portrait (Back With Arms 

Above) (Coplans), 7 70 
Self -Portrait (Close), 50 
Semmel, Joan, 1 44 
Semmes, Beverly, 798 
Serrano, Andres, 798 
Shack, Richard, 151 
Shapiro, Joel, 13, 15, 707, 146 
She Wasn't Always A Statue (A) 

(Lawler), 783 
Shea, Judith, 147, 154. 798 
Shearer, Linda, 1 46 
Shelton, Peter. 146, 798 
Sherman, Cindy, 24, 708 
Shimomura, Roger, 145 
Ship (DeSoto), 7 72 
Shirk, Helen, 145 
Shorr, Kenneth, 1 45 
Sight of Sound, The (Michals), 84 
Simpson, Buster, 799 
Simpson, Jamela. 157 
Simpson, Lorna, 1 48 
Sims, Lowery, 1 44 
Singer, Michael, 799 
Singer, Saija, 28 
Siskind, Aaron, 19. 709, 135 
6x6*4 ABCD (Bell), 7 63 
7 6 Millimeter Earrings Installation 

(Monk), 87 
7 6 Provinces of Natur (Gerhardt 

Knodel), 787 
Sketches for Tulsa Movie Coming 

Soon (Larry Clark). 49 
Skoglund, Sandy, 20, 799 
Shgh, Clarissa. 147. 799 
Shvka, Rose. 135 
Small House, Big House (Bartlett), 

37 
Small Pox Demon (Saar). 796 
Smith, Alexis, 23. 7 70. 141 
Smith, Barbara, 1 43 
Smith, Mary, 157 



Smith, Tony, 1 0, 1 1 , 7 7 7 
Snake Path (Alexis Smith), 1 10 
Snyder, Joan, 1 38 
Snyder, Kit-Yin, 200 
Sobieszek, Robert, 145 
Social Mirror, The (Ukeles), 

203 - 
Solana, Carlos, 152 
Solomon, Elke, 1 36 
Some Americans Forced to 

Disappear (Hatch), 176 
Sonneman, Eve, 141 
Souvenir I (Marshall), 787 
Sparks, Esther, 1 43 
Spector, Buzz, 200 
Speers, Bernadine T., 150, 155 
Spence, Andrew, 148 
Spero, Nancy, 16, 7 72 
Speyer, James, 1 34 
Squiers, Carol, 144 
Squirrels at the Drive-ln (Skoglund), 

799 
Stack, Gael, 1 47 
Stackhouse, Robert, 200 
Stage Set for a Film (Oppenheim), 

792 
Staley, Earl, 200 
Stankiewicz, Richard, 207 
Starpattern, Rita, 1 53 
Starrels, Josine, 140 
Stearns, Robert, 140, 144, 145 
Stein, Gertrude, 23 
Steinberg, David, 157 
Steiner, Michael, 145 
Steir, Pat, 1 45 
Stella, Frank, 134 
Stephenson, John, 146 
Stevens, Roger L, 157 
Stinsmuehlen, Susan, 145, 153 
Stockholder, Jessica, 1 6, 201 
Stone Field Sculpture (Andre), 

767 
Stopped, Mary, 1 46 
Stories From The Nerve Bible 

(Anderson), 32 
Storr, Robert, 1 4 
Stout, Myron, 207 
Straussman, Saul, 1 57 
Stravinsky (Brodie), 765 
Streetman, Evon, 141 
Strini, Robert, 1 43 
Stuart, Michelle, 146,207 
Study lor Amerika XIII (Rollins), 

795 
Study Model for the Galvanized 

Be//(Kos), 782 
Sugimoto, Hiroshi, 19, 7 73 
Sultan, Larry, 202 
Sultan, Terry, 151 
Super, Gary, 1 53 
Surls, James, 148, 202 
Suttles, Katherine, 157 



Swimming in China (Christopher 

Brown), 7 66 
Synthetic Water (Rupp), 795 
Szarkowski, John, 134, 135, 136, 

137 



Tacoma Bridge Resonance 

(Rockburne), 794 
Talbot, Susan Lubosky, 1 29 
Tappan, Olivia, 138 
Taragin, Davira, 148 
Taub, Peter, 1 54 
Tawney, Lenore, 202 
Ten Elements (Tony Smith), 7 7 7 
Ten or Eleven (Richard Prince), 96 
Teraoka, Masami, 1 48, 202 
Terrible Uncertainty of the Thing 

Described, The (Hall), 7 76 
Thater, Diana, 203 
The best animals are the flat 

animals (version #l) (Thater), 

203 
Thek, Paul, 203 
Thiebaud, Wayne, 1 35, 1 42 
Time Piece Archetype (Neuhaus), 

797 
To fix the image in memory 

(Celmins), 768 
Torres, Francesc, 23, 7 74 
Torrey, Ella King, 1 54 
Tossana (Benglis), 764 
Tossed As It Is Untroubled 

(Fishman), 7 74 
Trail (Alfonzo), 7 60 
Trapp, Kenneth, 145 
Trasobares, Cesar, 1 54, 1 55 
Travis, David, 1 48 
Tree of Life Series/ Eve with 

Eggplants (Teraoka), 202 
Troubled Waters (Eggleston), 55 
True, David, 148 
Truth Trophy and Pedestals (Fred 

Wilson), 724 
Tsuchiya, Arthur, 143 
Tubular (Cederquist), 42 
Tucker, Anne, 140, 152, 153 
Tucker, Marcia, 1 36 
Tucker, William, 203 
Tullis, Garner, 1 47 
Turning Around (Surls), 202 
Turrell, James, 12-13, 16, 7 75 
Tuttle, Richard, 12, 13, 7 76 
7VBi/dd/?a(Paik),22 
Twigg-Smith, Laila, 1 48 
Twinge (Nutt), 97 
Two Part Bench: A Pair (Burton), 

40 



Untitled (Artschwager), 35 
Untitled (Flavin), 56 
Untitled (Jim Goldberg), 7 75 
Untitled (Gonzalez-Torres), 63 
Untitled (Levinthal), 783 
Untitled (Lin), 75 
Untitled (Marks), 787 
Untitled (Mendieta), 789 
Untitled (Puryear), 97 
Untitled (Fred Sandback), 796 
Untitled (Shapiro), 7 07 
Untitled (Sherman), 708 
Untitled (Stout), 207 
Untitled (Wool), 207 
Untitled (Angel) (Callis), 7 67 
Untitled (Crawlspace) (Fernandez), 

7 73 
Untitled Environment (Jin Soo Kim), 

787 
Untitled (Glass ball with ink) 

(Mullican), 790 
Untitled (Gun) (Horn), 7 78 
Untitled Logs from Commercial Art 

(Installation view) 

(Ruppersberg), 796 
Untitled 1981-1 (Stankiewicz), 207 
Untitled #12 (Martin), 87 
Untitled #22 (John McLaughlin), 

789 
Untitled ("Oh Yeah, Oh God") 

(DeGenvieve), 7 77 
Untitled, Utah (Metzker), 789 



V 



Vanderbeek, Stan, 1 36 
Vanderlip, Diane, 142, 154 
Variations on an Ending 

(Vernon Fisher), 7 74 
Vasulka, Steina, 1 43, 204 
Vasulka, Woody, 204 
Velez, Edin, 204 
Vera, Luis, 28 
Vigtel, Gudmund, 137 
Viola, Bill, 21,22, 7 77 
Volcano 69 (Siskind), 709 
Volcano Saga (Jonas), 69 
Voulkos, Peter, 14, 20, 7 78, 135 
Voyage (Castle), 768 
Vrischikasana-Tardieu Spots 

(Lawrence Andrews), 7 67 



W 



U 



Ukeles, Mierle, 203 
Underhill, Linn, 146 



Wada, Warner, 1 44 

Wagner, Catherine, 204 

Waldman, Diane, 135 

Wall of Light Pink (Scully), 797 

Walmsey, Bill, 140 

Walnut Death Ship In A Chestnut 

Box (Westermann), 12, 722 
Ward, Nari, 205 
Watkinson, Patricia, 151 
Watriss, Wendy, 1 46 



Watts, Robert, 1 39 
Wednesday (Marioni), 787 
Weems, Carrie Mae, 20, 7 79 
Wegman, William, 20, 21, 720, 

141, 144 
Weiland, Jack, 157 
Weiner, Lawrence, 21, 727 
Weiss, Dick, 147 
Weiss, Jeff, 144 
West, Nadine Francis, 1 55 
Westermann, H. C, 1 0, 1 2, 1 3, 1 4, 

16, 722 
Wharton, Margaret, 1 45, 205 
What You Lookn At (Pat Williams), 

206 
White, John, 145 
Whitten, Jack, 205 
Whittlesey, Stephan, 1 50 
Widmer, Gwen, 205 
Wild Dog Seeking Its Shadow 

(Oliveira), 792 
Wiley, William, 138 
Wilke, Hannah, 17, 18, 723 
Williams, Benjamin, 134 
Williams, Chester, 144 
Williams, Pat, 206 
Wilmarth, Christopher, 206 
Wilson, Anne, 145 
Wilson, Fred, 22-23, 24, 724, 154, 

155 
Wilson, Martha, 152 
Wind of Autumn (Tawney), 202 
Windows of Palmist Building, 

Havana Junction, Alabama 

(Christenberry), 48 
Winogrand, Garry, 138, 206 
Winsor, Jackie, 14, 725, 145 
Witkin, Joel-Peter, 206 
Woodman, Betty, 20, 726 
Wool, Christopher, 207 
Wright, Virginia, 134, 148, 155 



X (Bladen), 764 

X with Columns (LeWitt), 784 



Y 



Yenawine, Phillip, 153, 154 
Yokley, Glenn, 1 57 
Yonemoto, Bruce, 23, 727, 149 
Yonemoto, Norman, 23, 727 
Yoshida, Ray, 1 49 
Youngerman, Jack, 207 



Zed, Zenia, 1 54 
Zeisler, Claire, 1 39 
Zelevansky, Paul, 1 45 
Ziegler, Mel, 207 
Zimmerman, Sandra, 157 
Zone (Lobe), 785 
Zucca, Edward, 207 



About the Authors 

Bill Ivey became the seventh Chairman of the National Endowment for the 
Arts in May 1998. As Chairman, he spearheaded the development of a strate- 
gic plan for the agency and expanded partnership programs with other federal 
and private organizations. He has given more than 100 speeches to cultural, 
business, education, and civic groups nationwide, and has met personally with 
some 200 members of Congress about the crucial role of federal support for 
the arts. His efforts led to a funding increase for the NEA in 2001 Tithe first 
since 1 991 . A folklorist, teacher, and writer, he was the Director of the Country 
Music Foundation in Nashville, Tennessee from 1971 to 1998. 

Nancy Princenthal is a writer, editor, teacher, and critic. She is a Contributing 
Editor to Art in America and the author of many books and articles on aspects 
of contemporary art and the work of individual artists. 

Jennifer Dowley is President of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation 
in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. From 1 994 to 1 999, she was the Director, 
Museums and Visual Arts, at The National Endowment for the Arts. Prior to that 
she was Director of the Headlands Center for the Arts and a public arts adminis- 
trator. She served at various times as a panelist at the NEA, and she has also 
served as an advisor to several foundations and museums. 



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