October 29-December 7

Co-curated by DeWitt Godfrey and Pamela Seymour Smith

During the last half century, the incomparable Willoughby Sharp (a.k.a. “The Mighty Mogul of The International Art World”) has enjoyed an ebullient, multifarious and exceptional career. A conceptually-based, multimedia, performative artist, Mr. Sharp’s cultural contributions have also focused on print and electronic publishing including the seminal Avalanche Magazine, (1970-76); The Computerized Arts Network (1978-79); and, most recently, Tele-Presence: Interactive Web-TV Streaming (2002-2007) He has published more than one hundred articles, catalog introductions, essays, and interviews in leading art publications including Art In America, Artforum and Flash Art. The National Endowment for the Arts, NASA and The D.A.A.D are among the dozens of grant-making institutions that have supported his work.