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POZPOZ magazine's 10th anniversary cover features a nude photo spread by Spencer Tunick. Some of the cover boys exposed include Bil Donovan, Carlos Gutierrez-Solana, Preston McGovern, Sam Tan, Steed Taylor and TRET. POZ's issue features artwork by Barton Lidice Benes, Keith Haring, Eric Rhein, Hugh Steers, David Wojnarowicz, Partick Angus, General Idea and Gran Fury.

Michael Berube was interviewed for the April issue of A&U Magazine's Gallery page. Bil Donovan will be featured in an upcoming issue of A&U.

The Boston Globe magazine and SOWA news featured photographs by Peter Urban. He also presented a seminar on portrait photography at the annual Commercial Industrial Photographers of New England conference in April 2004.

Keith HaringKeith Haring's sculpture "Acrobats" is on public display in Battery Park City through 2005 as part of a Public Art Fund project.

Twenty-four photographs by TRET (AKA Paul A. Roid) will be featured in a double-page spread in the spring issue of Sluts, published by Matthius Hermann.

Thomas Somerville had been running a 12-week series of art workshops at Monroe Community Hospital in Rochester, N.Y The program has been a great success and was featured on the local news. At the end of the workshops, Somerville will curate an exhibit of the artwork produced in the hospital's gallery.

Steed Taylor

Steed Taylor's "Survivor's Knot", a 162' x 24' Road Tattoo commemorating long-term AIDS survivors in Columbus, Ohio was completed in April 2004. "Survivor's Knot" was supported by Columbus College of Art and Design, Columbus AIDS Task Force, NBC 4 Columbus, Home Depot and Glidden Paint.

Kevin Cata, AKA Mooshka, a mixed-media, assemblage and installation artist and Artist-in-Residence at the Headlands Center for the Arts, recently gave a studio tour arranged by Visual Aid in San Francisco.

Matti Kniva Spencer has created a series of greeting cards that are currently available at Brooks Pharmacy in Boston, Mass.

Seven Miles a SecondDavid Wojnarowicz comic-style memoir Seven Miles a Second will be reissued this fall. Artists and collaborators James Romberger and Marguerite Van Cook completed the work using text from Wojnarowicz's diaries. Originally published in 1996, the critically acclaimed book endures as a powerful document of the East Village art scene in the 1980s and the early years of the AIDS crisis. This revised edition has a new cover, restored art pages, and new pictorial essay/ graphic memoir of Romberger and Van Cook's relationship with Wojnarowicz.

Marguerite VanCook's work was reviewed in the April issue of Art in America.

Joel Carlson received a commission to illustrate a Hawaiian Hawk that will be displayed at a local Hawaiian hospital.

Greg Maskwa recently said goodbye to New York and has moved to Canada. He recently designed the poster for La Maison "Bowlarama" Fundraiser in Chelmsford, Ontario.

Kenneth MitchellKenneth Mitchell's painting, "I've Know Rivers", was reproduced in both The 411 and Foundation News & Commentary Magazine.

Tara Popick has started designing websites and offering her services to artists who might be interested in having a portfolio of their work.

New and updated member Web Sites include:
George Box:
Holly Johnson:
Nevin Robinson:
Keith Theriot:
Kevin Wesley:
Ricardo Morin:
Laurence Young:

Nevin Robinson

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Archive Exhibitions

Jerry Lee Frost
Gallery Friday the 13th West, San Francisco, CA
through April 3, 2004

Niccolo Cataldi
Aaron Davis Hall, City College, New York City
through April 6, 2004

Luis Carle, Niccolo Cataldi, Martin Freeman, Joyce McDonald, James Romberger, Clifford Smith, Thomas Somerville, Pablo Sue-Pat, Sam Tan and Marguerite Van Cook
Grand Central Station, New York City
April 21, 2004

Joe Monroe
Gallery, Ltd., Champaign, IL
April 23-26, 2004

Bil Donovan
TOAST, New York City
April 24-26, 2004

A Punchinlo Memoir

Patrick Webb
A Punchinlo Memoir, Artivist Film and Art Festival, Egyptian Theatre 67, Hollywood, CA
April 22-27, 2004

Derek Jackson
AIM 24, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY
April 15-June 20, 2004

Vincent Cianni
Open House: Working in Brooklyn, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY
April 16-August 15, 2004,

Rene Capone, Joe De Hoyos, Charles M. Drees, David Faulk, Martin E. Freeman, Jerry Frost, horea, Joel Hoyer, David King, Elliott Linwood, Nevin Robinson and others
Living Proof, a Visual Aid group exhibition, LGBT Community Center, San Francisco, CA
April 19-May 21, 2004, Reception: Tuesday, May 18, 5:30-7:30 pm,

Daniel Roberts
Reversing Vandalism: Destroyed Books Transformed into Art, San Francisco Public Library, Jewett Gallery
through May 2, 2004

Rene Capone

Rene Capone

Passages, Live Art Gallery, 151 Potrero Ave., San Francisco, CA 94103 May 2-23, 2004, Reception: Saturday May 8, 7-10 pm

Sam Tan
e(Vent): A benefit for the ACLU, Gallery 535, Boston, MA
May 5-8, 2004

SuperSalon, SamsonProjects, Boston, MA
through May 20, 2004

James Romberger
DIBUJO BRUJO, Max Fish, 178 Ludlow St., New York City
May 6-31, 2004, Reception: Thursday, May 6th, 2004, 6 pm

Marguerite Van CookMarguerite Van Cook
FUNKIER SHUI, Max Fish, 178 Ludlow St., New York City
May 6-31, 2004, Reception: Thursday, May 6th, 2004, 6 pm

Tony Feher
The Wart on the Bosom of Mother Nature, D'Amelio Terras, New York City
May 8-July 2, 2004, Reception: Saturday, May 8, 2004, 6-8 pm

Laurence Young
Art for the Animals: A benefit for the Concord-Merrimack SPCA, Mill Brook Gallery & Sculpture Garden, Concord, NH
May 12-June 14, 2004,

Sunil Gupta, Eric Rhein, David Wojnarowicz and others
Hidden Histories @ The New Art Gallery Walsall, England
May 14-July 11, 2004

Elliott LinwoodElliott Linwood
Benefit of the Doubt, Mother Jones Magazine, 731 Market St., San Francisco, CA
May 16-June 30, 2004

Barton Lidice Benes
Corporal Identity -- Body Language, Museum of Art & Design, New York City
through May 16, 2004

Nevin Robinson
PORTRAITS, San Francisco New Conservatory Theatre, CA
May 18-July 15, 2004

Brian CredeBrian Crede, Mike Lee, Peter Madero III and others
Tom of Finland Foundation NYC Erotic Art Fair, The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center, New York City

Steed Taylor
Survivor's Knot, Rebecca Ibel Gallery, Columbus, OH
Opens May 20, 2004

Sunil Gupta

Sunil Gupta
Tales of a City, Centre for the Arts, Dorset
through May 15, 2004

Homelands, Stephen Bulger Gallery, Canada
through May 22, 2004

Keith TheriotKeith Theriot
Queer Art Collective Pride Exhibit, GLBCC, Orlando, FL
June 1-30, 2004

Gay Days, Hotel Royal Plaza, Walt Disney World Resort, FL
June 4-5, 2004

Bil Donovan, David King, Gin Louie, Ronald Bruce Monroe, Sam Tan, Steed Taylor and others
Queer Packaging: Body Commodities, WORKS/San Jose, San Jose, CA
June 10-July 10, 2004, Reception: June 11, 7-9 pm

Joyce McDonald
MAC Creations 3rd Day of Inspiration Through The Arts, Central Park's Bandshell, New York City
Saturday, June 19, 2004 12-4 pm

Barbara Levy Gallery, Cherry Grove, New York City
opens June 2004

Frank Jump
SURVIVAL- Living 20 Years in HIV/AIDS Limbo, Vincenzo's Showroom, 880 Bedford St., Brooklyn, NY
June - October 2004

Carmine Santiago

Carmine Santaniello

Works on Paper, Manhattan Graphic Center, New York City
July 1-31, 2004, Reception: July 10, 6-8 pm,

Thomas Somerville
The Bachelors Forum, Rochester, NY
July 16-18, 2004

Gregg Cassin
Merz Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY
Reception: August 14, 2004,

Steed Taylor
Newburgh Sculpture Project, Newburgh, NY
August 2004

Ambrosino Gallery, Miami, FL
September - October 2004

Edward Lightner
September 11-October 16, 2004, Reception: Saturday, September 11, 6-9 pm

John Lathram
Hopkins Gallery, The Ohio State University, OH
October 4-10, 2004, Reception: October 4, 5pm


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