Danny O Featured in Free Biennial
NEW YORK, NY, April 14, 2002. Works by artist Danny O will appear in an exhibition, Thirteen Americans, as a part of the Free Biennial in New York City.
In addition to Danny O/s contemporary collage images, the Thirteen Americans atelier exhibit features works by Stephen Bitterolf, Gustave Blache III, Lordan Bunch, Matt Fink, Sally Gam, Joshua Cletus Jefferson, Kit Keith, Greg Klassen, Steve Morell, Andre Pretorius, Carolee Schneemann and Adam Straus. The show was curated by artist Scott Zieher.
"Participating in the Free Biennial was an absolute must for me," said Danny O. "The show is so exciting, so full of surprises. I'm thrilled to be a part of it."
The Free Biennial is an open exhibition of artwork which will take place throughout the public space of greater New York, as well as on the internet, by broadcast, mail and telephone. Participating artists hail from New York, across the United States, and from countries around the world including Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan, Romania, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
Danny O is an internationally-celebrated artist who works in a variety of media. Another of Danny O's exhibits, Greatest Hits from Boston to the Berkshires, can currently be seen at the Skywalk observation deck of the Prudential Building in Boston. This show features large-scale photographic reproductions of collage images representing the best of the Commonwealth. Other exhibits by Danny O have been shown at the De Cordova Museum, MASS MoCA and the Norman Rockwell Museum. His work has been collected by Fidelity, Soft Key International, Atlantic Records, Rounder Records, Dialogos, American Tower Corporation, Veritas Software, and more. His illustrations have appeared in the Boston Globe, as well as national magazines, and he has created artwork for game boards, book jackets, and CD covers. A painting of his was featured on the opening sequence of the Mad About You hit television show.
Thirteen Americans can be seen at 1906 Third Avenue, #4S, from April 19 - May 19, by appointment. Contact 212-289-9372 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.