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Message 1
From: James G Mundie
Date: Fri, 4 Jun 2004 10:18:23 -0400
Subject: [Baren 25186] James Mundie's 'Prodigies" @ MF Gallery (NYC) June 19 - July 30, 2004
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This isn't printmaking related, but I thought I should share the news. I
have been invited to show ten drawings from my "Prodigies" series in a
group show at MF Gallery this month, the press release about which
appears below.

For more recent exhibition news (and links to work by some of the other
artists in the MF show), please see


James Mundie
Philadelphia PA, U.S.A.
Prodigies: Anomalous Humans by James G. Mundie

Date: June 1, 2004
Media Contact: Martina Secondo or Frank Russo, MF Gallery,
157 Rivington Street, New York NY 10002, 917.446.8681 or


In the mid-1800's a new form of popular entertainment emerged centered
around the display of unusual people. Now MF Gallery, noted presenter of
underground art, brings you the "Freak Show Art Exhibit", featuring some
of today's best artists paying tribute to the great American sideshow.
The show will feature recent works by artists such as James G. Mundie,
John John Jesse, Martina Secondo, Stephen Blickenstaff, Frank Russo, Amy
Hill, Kevin House, Drew Maillard, and more. The artwork will range from
portraits of "freaks, monsters and oddities", to freak show banners, and
many other "freaky" pieces. The show opens with a public reception at
7:00 P.M. on Saturday, June 19th, during which the artists will be
present and refreshments will be served. The exhibition continues
through July 30th.

In addition to the Freak Show Art Exhibit, MF Gallery will also be
hosting the "Freaky Friday Film Series" during Friday nights in July.
Four freakish films will be projected on a giant screen, in the same
manner as the popular "Horror Film Festival", held at MF Gallery last
October. The Freaky Friday Film schedule is as follows: July 2 -
Frankenstein's Castle of Freaks; July 9 - The Man With Two Heads; July 16
- Basket Case; and July 23 - Freaked. All films will begin at dusk and
admission is based on donation. Drinks and popcorn will be available.

MF Gallery is located in Manhattan at 157 Rivington Street (between
Clinton and Suffolk Streets). Regular summer hours are Wednesday through
Sunday, 2:00 - 7:00 P.M. For more information, please call 917.446.8681
or visit the MF Gallery's website at
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From: caroleb #
Date: Fri, 4 Jun 2004 08:18:30 -0800
Subject: [Baren 25187] Re: Encrypted Mail
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