Five artists, Pat Place, Marcia Resnick, Richard Boch, GODLIS, and Bob Bert will be featured for the "No Wave Heroes" Xmas 13 show, which runs through January 12, 2014 at Ai Earthling Gallery, 69 Tinker Street, Woodstock.
Photographer Marcia Resnick has been added to the show.
Marcia Resnick was born in Brooklyn, NY in 1950. She studied art at NYU and Cooper Untion, then went on to graduate school at California Institute of the Arts, where she studied conceptual art with John Baldessari and Allen Kaprow. During the early 1970's, Resnick began to study photography.
Resnick moved back to NYC, and in 1975, self-published three conceptual artist books, "Landscape," "See," and "Tahitian Eye." In 1976, she began work on a series of photographic reconstructions of memories of her early life. These images, each complemented by a short text, was published as "Re-visions" by The Coach House Press, 1978, in Toronto.
During the late 1970's Resnick taught photography at Queens College and NYU. She went out every night to hear music at CBGB's, Max's, and the Mudd Club. The photographic forays into the night became her art. many portraits were taken in her studio in her Tribeca loft, where atmosphere was generated, lighting could be manipulated, and props were employed.
She worked for the Soho Weekly News, New York Magazine, and other periodicals.
Her photographs are exhibited internationally, and are in major museum collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, NYC, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC, George Eastman House, Rochester, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, New York Public Library, Jewish Museum, NYC, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, and Getty Museum, Los Angeles.
Currently, Resnick is compiling her portraits of extraordinary men taken from 1977 to 1982 in NYC into a book called "Bad Boys: Punks, Poets and Provocateurs." She lives and works in New York City.
Pat Place, guitarist of The Contortions, and guitarist/founder of the Bush Tetras, is exhibiting a series of photographs of the end shots taken of her television since 1981. She has compiled over a thousand images, and arranges them into blocks of six and four.
Richard Boch has written a book about his experience as the doorman for the Mudd Club, 1979-80. He also describes the cultural life of downtown NYC during this era, with an emphasis on nightlife. He has made edited out pages of manuscripts from his forthcoming books into works of art. Using the manuscript page as a base, he employs paint, charcoal, and paper to create abstract collages over the text.
Bob Bert paintings have a pop art style. He drummed for Sonic Youth during the '82-'86 period, and then joined Pussy Galore in '86 when he quit SY. He studied silk screen design at SVA during the late 70's and worked for Rupert Smith's studio in Soho where he worked on prints for Andy Warhol. His portraits of Cookie Mueller, William Burroughs, Brother Theodore, Rupert Pupkin (Robert DeNiro), and Pia Zadora, Michael Pollard vibrant relics from the '80s. He is currently on tour as the drummer in Lydia Lunch's Retro Virus project in Europe.