May 15-July 23, 2010

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Eleanor Antin

Chris Doyle

My Tour of Duty in the Crimea from
The Angel of Mercy, 1976
(Angel of Mercy)

one of 8 silver gelatin proofs from a unique
set of 8
6 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches
(The complete Angel of Mercy set, including
The Nightingale Family Album, is in the collection
of the Whitney Museum of American Art.)

History of the 20th Century
, 2009
duratrans, LED light box
11 3/4 x 60 3/4 inches
edition of 5

Paul Shambroom

Yishay Garbasz

Redstone Nuclear-Armed Medium
Range Ballistic Missile, Warren Common,
Warren, New Hampshire
, 2008
pigmented inkjet on paper
24 x 30 inches
edition of 8

Footsteps (4) from In My Mother's
, 2004-2009
11 x 14 inches
edition of 12

Luca Bovoli

Liz Cohen

Expanded Car Drawing (Instant-
Orange A)
, 2009
gouache and mixed media on Bristol paper
with painted wooden frame
15 1/2 x 18 1/2 inches

Black Execution
, 2010
16 x 20 inches
edition of 5

Jane Hammond

Carrie Mae Weems

When You Wish
, 2009
silver gelatin print
11 x 14 inches
edition of 5

A Class Ponders the Future from
Constructing History series
, 2008
black and white photographs
16 x 20 inches
edition of 10

Conrad Atkinson

Kelly Heaton

Landmine (Princess Di), 1996
glaze transfer with hand painting
on Biscuitware ceramic land mine
9 x 5 x 5 1/2 inches

The Tree of Life & Death
, 2005-2010
acrylic, resistors and light emitting
diodes on canvas
32 x 25 1/4 x 7 inches

Andrew Sendor

Leon Golub

Installation view from left: Donovan
Mustafalamuncha, Artist Unknown,
2019, human being and mixed media,
Portrait of Donovan Mustafalamuncha
Diego Diegez, 1977, oil on canvas
, 2009
oil on linen mounted to panel
26 x 18 inches

Granted!, 2001
mixed media on Bristol board
10 X 8 inches

Nick Cave

Jennifer and Kevin McCoy

Untitled, 2009
mixed media
86 x 36 x 15 inches

Big Box, 2008
mixed media
36 x 36 x 24 inches

Jane Marsching

Brody Condon

Arctic Then: Harry and the Things
He's Balanced, Greenland
, 2006
lightjet print
15 1/2 x 21 inches
edition of 10

Resurrection (after Bouts), 2007
custom computer and software
edition of 10

Sanford Biggers

Pepón Osorio

Smirk, 2009
mixed media sculpture
30 1/4 x 28 x 10 1/2 inches
edition of 3

Ascending/Descending, 2008
pearl tips pins on two sandals
7 x 15 x 15 inches
mirror: 20 x 20 inches

Terry Fox

Chris Burden

Resurrectine, 2007
glass bottle
9 x 3 7/8 inches diameter

Doorway to Heaven from Chris Burden
Deluxe Photo Book 1971-73
, 1974
1 of 53 photographs and text in loose-leaf
binder with hand-painted cover
11 1/2 x 46 inches
edition of 50

Rico Gatson

Hannah Wilke

Angela, 2007
colored pencil, marker, photocollage on paper
22 1/4 x 30 inches

Self-Portrait as Angel with Dürer
, 19976
blue, black and brown ink on Arches paper
22 1/8 x 30 inches

George Gittoes

Christine Hill

Transition 1, 2010
19 3/4 x 29 1/2 inches
edition of 5

New York Case One, 2001
Volksboutique kit
mixed media installation, variable dimensions
closed case: 6 1/2 x 18 x 12 1/2 inches

Kenseth Armstead

Keith Cottingham

SPOOK™ Poster: Jamie Foxx
as James the Double Agent
, 2010
archival print and graphite on paper
23 2/4 x 17 3/4 inches

Untitled (front view), 2004
constructed photograph, digital
chromogenic print
64 3/8 x 45 3/8 inches
edition of 6

Peggy Jarrell Kaplan

Jason Salavon

Steven Cohen, South African
, 2009
silver gelatin print
20 x 24 inches
edition of 10

Portrait (van Dyck), 2010
digital C-print
38 1/2 x 31 inches
edition of 7

Sarah H. Paulson

Dread Scott

Blood Doily (August 4, 2008 / 9:45 am,)
crocheted doily, blood, paper, linoleum tile
6 x 6 inches

Triangle Shirt Waste from the
BOOM series
, 2001
30 x 22 inches
edition of 14

Elaine Angelopolous

Marie Sester

Efrosini Reveals Entanglement
at St. Irene's Square
, 2008
archival inkjet print
13 3/4 x 9 1/4 inches
edition of 10

Tell Me the Trut
h, 2010
mirror, LCD display, custom software
25 x 46 inches

Todd Siler

Ellen Levy

Amassing All the Yellowcake in the
World To Stem WMD
, 2007-2010
mixed media on natural archival paper
26 x 40 inches

Stealing Attention
, 2010
detail of a mixed media installation
29 x 21 3/8 inches

Junky Styling

Junky Styling

Cuff Dress
, 2010

Acorn Dress
, 2010

Click here for a PDF version of the following Press Release.

For immediate release: April 23, 2010



May 15-July 23, 2010

Udi Aloni, Eleanor Antin, Cory Arcangel, Ina Archer, Kenseth Armstead, Conrad Atkinson, Brandon Ballengée, Guy Ben-Ner, Joseph Beuys, Sanford Biggers, Chris Burden, Luca Buvoli, Nick Cave, Gordon Cheung, Sue Coe, Liz Cohen, Brody Condon, Keith Cottingham, Chris Doyle, eteam (Franziska Lamprecht and Hajoe Moderegger), Alessandra Exposito, Roy Ferdinand, Terry Fox, Yishay Garbasz, Rico Gatson, George Gittoes, Leon Golub, Brent Green, Jane Hammond, Kelly Heaton, Christine Hill, Shih-Chieh Huang, Junky Styling (Kerry Seager & Annika Sanders), Peggy Jarrell Kaplan, Suzanne Lacy, Deborah Lawrence, Jae Rhim Lee, Ellen Levy, Jane Marsching, Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, David McDevitt, Lori Nix, David Opdyke, Pepón Osorio, Sarah H. Paulson, Frank Perrin, William Pope.L, Erika Roth, Christy Rupp, Jason Salavon, Alan Scarritt, Dread Scott, Andrew Sendor, Marie Sester, Paul Shambroom, Todd Siler, Eve Sussman with Melissa Dubbin & Aaron S. Davidson, Mark Tribe, Mark Wagner, Carrie Mae Weems, Hannah Wilke.

The Feldman Gallery will present Resurrectine, a large-scale group show of more than fifty artists. The selection of artworks embraces the notion of transformation – the creative act of taking form, appearance, nature, character, or meaning, and making it new again. The title of the exhibition is based on the name of the fictive elixir which restores life as imagined by Raymond Roussel in his 1914 novel Locus Solus and “rebottled” by the conceptual artist Terry Fox in 2007.

Resurrectine, the exhibition, is a guide to the always changing possibilities of language, signifying a rebirth and an expansion or narrowing of language, which in turn is linked to the visions of artists. In the spirit of the fanciful conceit of Roussel’s potion, the theme introduces new ways of thinking and the power of creativity.

As a form of time travel, the artworks incorporate contradictions: a low budget home video reenacts Moby Dick; a Medieval painting of the Resurrection becomes a video game; a flash animation combines the looting of Iraq’s antiquities with 3-Card Monte; trees inhabit libraries and museums exhibit human taxidermies; a mirror transforms the viewer’s reflection into that of Andy Warhol; doilies are stained with menstrual blood and Audubon prints are productively vandalized. We are also engaged by the invention of nursing, fallen angels, a parent’s footsteps to a concentration camp, remembered spaces, the story of the Black film industry, escapes from death, Old Masters reborn, a Cheshire Cat, apocalypse management, a living electronic painting, reenacted famous protest speeches, and dozens of other resurrectines.

Resurrectine is a state of mind, and multi views have been welcomed.

The Bruce Springsteen Born to Run Glockenspiel Addendum CD will be available free. From June 15 to 19, bring in your old clothes, and they will be returned to you in new styles by Junky Styling.

Special thanks to Sean Elwood, Director of Artists Programs, Creative Capital.

An opening reception will be on May 15, 6:00–8:00. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 – 6:00. Monday by appointment. For more information, contact Sarah Paulson at (212) 226-3232 or

Click here for a PDF version of the following Press Release.

 JUNKY STYLING                                    
 Wardrobe Surgery

June 15 - 19

Junky Styling, the London-based recycled clothing brand and collaborative team of Annika Sanders and Kerry Seager, offers New Yorkers the opportunity to participate in Wardrobe Surgery at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts from June 15 to 19.  Their fashions are on display in Resurrectine, a group show of more than sixty-five artists, through June 26 at the Feldman Gallery.

The public is invited to bring an item of clothing to be transformed.  Junky Styling breathes new life into garments that are either ill-fitting (frantic senseless buying), or a bit worn (from too much love).  They make a previously un-wearable into an everyday, one-of-a kind favorite.

An individual supplies an old, ill-fitting, or worn-out piece of clothing for a complete overhaul, customization, or simple alteration.  The service invites customers to take part in the redesign process and to discuss what they require or desire.  All shapes and sizes are invited to Wardrobe Surgery, and everyone can benefit from it.  Depending on demand, the commission is either made ready for a final fitting within the week or is finished in London and posted back.  Consultations for Wardrobe Surgery are free, and prices for the “surgeries” begin at $50.00.

A clothing label, shop, and design team, Junky Styling built a reputation over the last ten years, not only for their tailor-detailed fresh styles, but for also encouraging customers to get involved in recycling.  Junky Styling aims to change the way people consume clothing.

Sanders and Seager began their collaboration as teenagers, making clothes for themselves to wear to clubs.  Officially launched in 1997, Junky Styling is currently located on Brick Lane in London’s East End and participates regularly at the London and Paris fashion weeks.  Original Junky Styling pieces have been exhibited in Vienna, Athens, China and Greece and are in the permanent collection of the Design Museum in London.  Their recent speaking engagements include Parsons The New School for Design in New York and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.  For more information, please visit

Junky Styling: Wardrobe Surgery (A & C Black Publishers Limited, London, 2009) profiles Junky Styling and offers several refashion how-to’s.  The book is available through the gallery for $35.00

“… the Junky Styling look is popular with the likes of Sadie Frost, Gwen Stefani, Russell Brand and Stella McCartney - and you don't get much cooler than that on Planet Fashion.”
Karen Kay, MailOnline

“Junky Styling’s garment-making has a poignant resonance in a neighborhood that historically was important for light manufacturing.”
Marco Nocella, Gallerist
Hours for drop off: Tuesday, June 15 through Saturday, June 19, 10:00 am - 5:45 pm.  For information, contact Sarah Paulson at (212) 226-3232 or



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