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October 17, 2011

A WORKING SEMINAR WITH INES SCHABER AND GINGER BROOKS TAKAHASHI
ON ARTISTIC COLLABORATION, FEMINIST STRATEGIES, AND THE WORK OF NANCY HOLT
GRAHAM FOUNDATION FOR ADVANCED STUDIES IN THE FINE ARTS, CHICAGO
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2011 at 11AM

POWERSTITCH at New Museum

October 22, 2008

Dear lovers of the quilt and those who have expressed interest in POWERSTITCHING,
In the upcoming months i will host a series of group sewing events at the New Museum. Thursday October 16th will be the first, an all-day powerstitch from noon to seven pm. The event is open to the public and I am writing to invite you please come bring poems, essays, songs, and theories to share.
On November 13th, I will host a FULL MOON POWERSTITCH during museum hours.
Noon to ten pm. Free admission from seven pm on.

This project is part of the exhibition Museum as Hub: Six Degrees

New Museum
235 Bowery at Prince Street
New York, NY 10002
212.219.1222

AFTER THE REVOLUTION?: Artists respond to the Second Wave

April 7, 2008

Saturday, April 12, 2008
3PM

As it celebrates and examines feminist art from the 1970s, WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution fosters dialogue about feminism’s impact on successive generations of women artists. How does the legacy, memory and mythos of women’s liberation movements inform, influence, inspire and provoke artists born “after the revolution”? What residual effect has this seminal work had on later generations of artists and with second wave feminism? In conjunction with the PS1 exhibition, artists, musicians, and filmmakers will explore these issues in a panel devoted to questions of generationalism, cross-influences, historical residue, and problems of passing the torch.
Panelists:
Johanna Fateman
Sharon Hayes
Liza Johnson
Laura Parnes
Ginger Brooks Takahashi
moderated by Elisabeth Subrin

Saturday, April 12, 2008
3PM,
PS1, 2nd Floor, Mini Kunsthalle

WHIP

October 10, 2007

Space for Actualisation
Hamburg, Germany

Ginger Brooks Takahashi
Ulrike Mueller

WHIP

14. October - 03. November 2007

Opening.
Sunday, 14.10.07.
from 7 pm.

“A whip is a great way to get someone to be here now.
They can’t look away from it, and they can’t think about anything else.”
Pat Califia, A Secret Side of Lesbian Sexuality, in: The Advocate, December 27, 1979

New York based artists Ginger Brooks Takahashi and Ulrike Mueller present their new video work "Whip" as well as drawings and paper works. They approach their projects in a process and deal with the venue, its surrounding space and the prevailing social circumstances.

Sex in the City! with The Third Leg

September 25, 2007

The Third Leg branches out with a new collaborative piece made for Sex in the City, a mostly painting show in Brooklyn. "Down the road a ways" was conceptualized by Leidy Churchman, Ginger Brooks Takahashi, and Sam Lopes while vacationing in Maine together on Mount Desert Island. Driftwood was gathered and communities dreamed. And upon return to Brooklyn, three days of painting together created this new piece.

Dumbo Art Center
30 Washington Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Tel. 718-694-0831
www.dumboartscenter.org

Sex in the City
September 15-December 2, 2007

A.K. Burns
Boris Torres
Chitra Ganesh
David Humphrey
Donnie and Travis
Edie Fake and Dewayne Slightweight
Jayson Keeling
Kathe Burkhardt
Marilyn Minter
Marina Adams
Mickalene Thomas
Suzanne McClelland
The Third Leg with Leidy Churchman & Sam Lopes
Ulrike Müller
Vanessa Chimera
Will Villalongo

Curated by Dean Daderko with Marina Adams

LIVE & LET LEZ

September 25, 2007

Let's re-live some part of my Michigan Women's Music Festival experience this summer. Tees and bags I made will be for sale--Joan Armatrading full frontal print and Live and Let Lez--at LTTR's table at the New York Book Art Fair. I will be there with Hardy, Roysdon, and Edie Fake. All five issues of LTTR will be available for public browsing.
For those of you unable to make the fair who want some Michigan souveniers, feel free to use the contact form on this site.

548 West 22nd Street (10th & 11th Aves)
Friday/Saturday, September 28/29, 2007, 11am - 7pm
Sunday, September 30, 2007, 11am - 5pm

http://www.nyartbookfair.com/

The Activist Way

July 9, 2007

Come see this show, opening Thursday

CUETO PROJECT
551 West 21st Street, New York, NY 10011
T: +1 212 229 2221 - F: +1 212 229 1122
contact@cuetoproject.com - www.cuetoproject.com

Jakob S. Boeskov
Ginger Brooks Takahashi
The Bruce High Quality Foundation
Marcelline Delbecq
Jeanne Detallante
Douglas Ross
Curated by Béatrice Gross

July 12-August 25, 2007
Opening reception - Thursday July 12th, 6-8 p.m.
Closing reception - Friday August 24th, 5-8 p.m.: Ginger Brooks Takahashi Quilting Forum and launching of The activist way (exhibition catalogue).

Encore

June 16, 2007

Encore

Opening: June 22, 6-9pm

Featuring:
Ginger Brooks Takahashi, Andrea Bowers, Serhii Chrucky, Gardar Eide
Einarsson, Glenn Ligon, Olivia Plender, Liselot van der Heijden and
Faith Wilding

Curated by Huey Copeland and Hannah Feldman

** Special performance by Faith Wilding on Saturday, June 23 at 7pm

40000
119 N. Peoria St. 2C
Chicago, IL 60607

info@gallery40000.com
www.gallery40000.com

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