exhibition
911 SHOW: Artists Respond

Date
November 2001
Curated By
Florence Neal, Mercedes Vicente
Artists
Laurel Shute, Tia Ballantine, Jason Robert Bell, Fred Bendheim, Richard Brachman, Harald Busch, Maruja Cachay, Tom Callan, Beth Caspar, Anna Paola Civardi, Ursula Clark, Diane Conlon, Joan Criswell, Richard Dennis, Ria de Graaff, Gail Flanery, Jessie Nebraska Gifford, Don Goede, Anjali Grant, Marc Greene, Tadashi Hashimoto, Jim Hayes, Mike Hefferman, Jan Hoogenboom, Richard Howe, Phyllis Joyner, Lisa Kahane, Suzanne Kelser, Fran Kornfeld, David Konigsberg, Nelson Ku, Hans Kuijs, P.M. Laura, Laurie Lea, Jackie Lima, Roberta Louise, Ellen MacDonald, David MacKenzie, Howard McCalebb, Richard Mock, John Morton, Travis Molkenbur, Gertrude Moser Wagner, Jim Napierala, Florence Neal, Margaret Neill, Bill Nogosek, Morgan O’Hara, Tom Otterness, Kasra Paydavousi, Marie Roberts, Robert Sestok, Roberto Scala, Carri Skoczek, Terise Slotkin, Bill Stahl, Kevin Sutton, Viviane Silvera, Koshtra Tolle, Marsha Trattner, Eugenie Tsai, Robert Schwinger, Johnette Stubbs, Liz-n Val, S. David, Heather Van Vleet, Hanneke Van Velzen, Beriah Wall, Tom Warren, Martin Yamashita, Martin Zet



About the exhibition

The Kentler Gallery has given Visual Artists, Writers, Musicians, and Performers the opportunity to respond to the tragic events of 9/11/2001. The results promise not to be always soothing but to enhance our ability to come to terms with what has happened. Many artists felt muted, unfocused and at sea. How does what happened affect artists and their work? We listen and watch and wonder what is going to happen next. Artists Respond. This exhibition traveled to: University College Art Gallery at Farleigh Dickinson University (Teaneck, NJ), Horace Mann, Bronx River Arts Center (Bronx, NY)