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Art At The Tribeca Film Festival

Saturday, April 26-------Each year at the Tribeca Film Festival, a group of acclaimed New York-based artists contributes original artwork that is exhibited during the Festival before serving as filmmaker awards for 13 winning directors. This year's art pieces are on display at The New School Kellen Gallery at the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center.

2008 Tribeca Film Festival Artists

 John Alexander

John Alexander will contribute The Screamer, a 2008 oil-on-canvas depicting a crow and its mirror image as it cries out into the darkness. The piece, 18 by 14 inches, reflects the somber palette for which many of Alexander's pieces are noted. 

Ross Bleckner

Ross Bleckner is the youngest artist ever to have a solo exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum and has been one of America's most influential contemporary artists. Well-known for his large-scale paintings that frequently explore themes of remembrance and loss, he will contribute Bonfire, a 29-by-28 inch color aquatint etching from a series of 35. 

Francesco Clemente

Francesco Clemente, one of the world's most illustrious contemporary artists, is known for his own unique interpretations of surrealism and expressionism. Clemente's paintings, drawings, prints, and illustrated books have been the subject of numerous important exhibitions at such places as New York's Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Metropolitan Museum of Art, London's Whitechapel Art Gallery and Royal Academy of Arts. 

Renee Cox

Renee Cox is one of the most controversial African-American artists working today. She has used her own body, both nude and clothed, to celebrate black womanhood and to criticize a culture she often views as sexist and racist. 

Brandon d'Leo

Brandon d'Leo's Verge is a work of steel, rubber and concrete that focuses on a moment between two actions—an instant where progression is challenged by resistance. The angled sculpture leans precipitously, seemingly teetering on the brink of its foundation, only to be supported at its throat by tethering anchored firmly to its base.

 Donna Ferrato

Donna Ferrato is an award winning photojournalist, filmmaker, and author who has captured some of the most haunting and also some of the most beautiful images of love, sex, and relationships. Her donation, Odeon Table, from 10013, her Tribeca series, is a 24-by-30 inch handmade silver gelatin print. 

Ralph Gibson

Ralph Gibson will donate Nude on a Guitar, seen in Light Strings: Impressions of the Guitar, a book collaboration with Andy Summers, former guitarist for the Police. 30 by 40 inches, the digital C-print is mounted on archival board and is from an edition of just five numbered prints. The image pays homage to the form of the guitar and its relationship to the body, whose "curves echo the human figure, not only requiring it to be cradled to play it, but inviting a study of its own sumptuous anatomy." 

Don Gummer

Don Gummer will contribute his Maquette for Primary Compass, a site-specific outdoor permanent sculpture completed in 2000 that is part of the collection of the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio.   

Stephen Hannock

Stephen Hannock is a luminist painter whose evocative landscapes are often inspired by the countryside of the Berkshires and Western Massachusetts. His work involves a process of building up layers of paint and polishing them down with sandpaper to achieve a glowing effect. This year, he donates Maternal Nocturne: Clearing Storm, which is a celebration of Mother Nature in the midst of her ongoing trials 

Ryan McGinness

The former skater-punk colorfully marries "jazzy pop visions that spring as much from graffiti and corporate logos as they do from art history." His Peripheral Drift Illusion is a seven-color silkscreen and an optical kaleidoscope of movement, images, and symbols. 48 by 48 inches in size, this feel-good mindscape is from an edition of 50. 

Clifford Ross

Clifford Ross has innovated the way we see landscapes. Frustrated by the lack of detail provided by existing cameras, the painter-turned-photographer invented and patented a new breed of megapixel camera that offers the highest resolution ever made possible. He donates Harmonium I, a 41-by-33 inch study of leaves, printed in archival pigment ink on Japanese paper. 

Timothy White

Timothy White will donate a 30-by-38 inch giclée of Liza Minnelli to the Tribeca Film Festival Artist Awards Program. For more than 20 years, White has been one of the most sought-after celebrity photographers in the world. He has contributed to the covers of virtually every high-profile magazine, movie posters for top Hollywood studios, and album covers for music industry royalty.

O Zhang

O Zhang is donating Daddy & I No.1, 2005. The image is from Zhang's collection of photographs of adopted Chinese girls and their fathers in America. In this series, she seeks to capture the love between a female child and an adult male, peering into the complexities of the both the gender and cultural disparities. The work is a 19-by-24 inch digital C-type print, Edition 2 of 5.

Sandy Mandelberger, Tribeca FF Dailies Editor

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The Tribeca Film Festival brings together local, national, and international talent to provide the New York City, downtown community with five days of screenings, educational workshops, and various special events.
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