Catalyst Exhibition Additional Artwork | Catalyst



Catalyst Exhibition Additional Artwork

Tom Ashcraft, “holding” for Mr. Ireland, 2010, Plywood, laminate, red casters, pine, and Plexiglas, 66 x 16 x 90 inches, Courtesy of the artist.

Kelley Bell, The Eureka Machine: Inspiration and Realization, 2009, Animated Loop, 6 minutes, Courtesy of the artist.

Kelley Bell, Schwitterlings, 2005, Animated Loop, 2 minutes 20 seconds, Courtesy of the artist.

Wayne Edson Bryan, Straylight, 2001, Enamel and varnish on birch plywood, 18 x 23 inches, Courtesy of the artist.

Y. David Chung, Seoul House (Korean Outpost), An Electric Rap Opera, 1988, Video document, 6 minutes, Courtesy of the artist.

Kathryn Cornelius, Art Services (WASTE), 2007, Video documentation of live performance, 1 minute, 21 seconds, Courtesy of Curator’s Office.

John Dreyfuss, Study for Chaise, 2000 – 2010, Acrylic and resin, 5 x 6 x 12 inches, Courtesy of the artist.

Frank DiPerna, Monolith, Monhegan Island, Maine 1994, 1994, Duraclear film on light box, 12 x 15 inches, Courtesy of Kathleen Ewing Gallery.

Dog Dream Project: Tom Ashcraft, Georgia Deal, Ed Bisese, Carrie MeihbErg Burke, See Spot Go Go, 2010, Ink, pencil, mixed media, 30 x 22 inches each, Courtesy of the artists.

John Dreyfuss, Study for A Great Weapon I, 2004 – 2010, Acrylic and resin, 8 1/2 x 8 x 8 inches, Courtesy of the artist.

John Dreyfuss, Study for A Great Weapon II, 2004 – 2010, Acrylic and resin, 8 1/2 x 7 x 7 inches, Courtesy of the artist.

John Dreyfuss, Study for A New Tool, 2000 – 2010, Acrylic and resin, 12 x 5 x 10 inches, Courtesy of the artist.

Susan Eder & Craig Dennis, Body / Soul Reflexion, 2009, Archival pigment print on rag watercolor paper, 38 1/2 x 32 inches, Courtesy of the artists and Marsha Mateyka Gallery.

Sal Fiorito, Russell in Dimension, 1984, Sandblasted blown glass, wood, acrylic, 12 x 11 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches, Courtesy of the artist.

Carole Greenwood, ghost of Venus, 2010, Plaster, nails, wire, found objects, 31 x 12 inches, Courtesy of Civilian Art Projects.

Lee Haner, Starman Cross, 1985, Acrylic on wood, 48 1/2 x 31 inches, Private Collection.

Greg Hannan, Big Heart #1, 2006, Pine burl and enamel, 30 x 12 x 14 inches, Courtesy of the artist.

Jim Hubbard, Cooling Off, taken by Dion Johnson, age 11, Capitol City Inn, Washington, DC, 1989, Silver print, 11 x 14 inches, Collection of Wesley Theological Seminary.

Jim Hubbard, Man and Woman in a Room, taken by Marvin Edwards, age 11, The Carpenter’s Shelter, Alexandria, VA, 1990, Silver print, 16 x 20 inches, Collection of Wesley Theological Seminary.

Jim Hubbard, Pop Gun, taken by Arthur Taylor, age 10, new residence, Southeast Washington, DC, 1989, Silver print, 11 x 14 inches, Collection of Wesley Theological Seminary.

Tazuko Ichikawa, Vertical #3, 2007, Wood and oil paint, 42 1/2 x 2 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches, Courtesy of the artist.

Tazuko Ichikawa, Vertical #14, 2008, Wood and acrylic, 27 x 10 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches, Courtesy of the artist.

Patrice Kehoe, #2 , 2009, Mixed media on paper, 14 x 11 inches, Courtesy of the artist.

Patrice Kehoe, #3 , 2009, Mixed media on paper, 14 x 11 inches, Courtesy of the artist.

Elaine Langerman, Bk #16: Tomatoes, 2007, Mixed media bound book, 6 x 48 inches, Courtesy of the artist.

Kate MacDonnell, Fountainhead, Ocean City, 2007, Inkjet print, 13 x 19 inches, Courtesy of the artist and Civilian Art Projects.

Kate MacDonnell, Our Shadow from Up Here, 1997, Chromogenic print, 16 x 20 inches, Courtesy of the artist and Civilian Art Projects.

Kate MacDonnell, Rob’s Irish Spring, 1997, Chromogenic print, 16 x 20 inches, Courtesy of the artist and Civilian Art Projects.

Betsy Packard, The Big Dipper at Noon, 1987, Wax on wood, 24 x 27 1/2 x 3 inches, Courtesy of the artist.

Betsy Packard, Winged Victory, 1980, Paper, plaster, metal, 13 x 9 x 18 1/2 inches, Courtesy of the artist.

Betsy Packard, 29, 2008, Cement, dyed fabric, wax, 12 x 14 x 3 inches, Courtesy of the artist.

Annette Polan, Vanitas, 2009, Archival inkjet on mylar, silk, mirror, aluminum, Dimensions variable, Courtesy of the artist.

Ding Ren, Observations with a Typewriter, 2010, Remnants of performance; typewriter paper, Dimensions variable, Courtesy of the artist.

W.C. Richardson, Riptide, 2006, Oil and alkyd on canvas, 55 x 55 inches, Courtesy of the artist and G Fine Art.

Jeff Spaulding, Sphinx, 2000, Styrofoam and rubber, 8 1/2 x 6 x 8 inches, Courtesy of G Fine Art.

Molly Springfield, FIG. 10, 2010, Graphite on paper, 19 1/2 x 27 inches, Courtesy of the artist.

Joe White, Zaytinya, Washington, DC, 2008, Oil on linen, 40 x 30 inches, Courtesy of the artist.

Highlights from the Experimental Media Series:

Patrick Bergeron, LoopLoop, 2008, Video, 5:00, Courtesy of the artist.

Linda Besemer + Ericka Suderburg, Strip, 2006, Video, 7:13, Courtesy of the artists.

Alan B. Callander, CF01, 2007, Video, 5:00, Courtesy of the artist.

Martijn Hendricks, The Birds Without The Birds, 2008, Video, 3:27, Courtesy of the artist.

Jonathan Monaghan, French Penguin, 2009, 3D animated HD film, 2:34, Courtesy of the artist.

Chad Stayrook, Now You Know the Meaning of Life, , 2005, Video, 8:45, Courtesy of the artist.

Aaron Valdez, Life and Times of Robert Kennedy Starring Gary Cooper…, 2006, Video, 7:51, Courtesy of the artist.

Champneys Taylor, Still Life with Apple,2005, Video, 2:05, Courtesy of the artist.

Additional videos:

Y. David Chung, Seoul House (Korean Outpost), an electronic rap opera, 1988, Video, 5:47, Courtesy of the artists.

Linda Lewitt, The Perfect Moment, 1989. Video, 10:00, Courtesy of the artist.

Linda Lewitt, Cabaret Re-Voltaire, 1992. Video, 4:59, Courtesy of the artist.

Maida Withers, Celebrating 35 Years, 2010. Video, 31:28. Courtesy of the artist.

From the Punk Art Exhibition:

Punk Art exhibition catalogue, 1978
Cover image: Marc Miller, Bettie Ringma, Curt Hoppe

Punk Art exhibition invitation, 1978
Cover image: Marc Miller, Bettie Ringma, Curt Hoppe
Design: Alice Denney and WPA Staff

Promotional photograph of Alice Denney for the Punk Art exhibition by Paul Feinberg, 1978

Installation of Punk Art exhibition, 1978
Photograph by Marc Miller and Bettie Ringma

Village Voice article about the Punk Manifesto, May 8, 1978

Artist Steven Kramer with his Destructive Mouse kinetic sculpture and Alice Denney during the installation of the Punk Art exhibition, 1978
Photograph by Marc Miller and Bettie Ringma

Artist Ruth Marten tattooing during the opening of the Punk Art exhibition, 1978
Photograph by Marc Miller and Bettie Ringma

Security guard protects the painting Bettie & The Ramones by Curt Hoppe at the opening of the Punk Art exhibition, 1978
Photograph by Marc Miller and Bettie Ringma

Artist Neke Carson painting his Rectal Realist portrait of Andy Warhol, 1972
Photograph by Anton Perich

Village Voice articles about the theft and return of Neke Carson’s painting during the Punk Art exhibition, June 1978

All items courtesy Marc H. Miller.