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Trisha Brown, Dance and Art in Dialogue 1961–2001, April 5–June 22. Trisha Brown, Dance and Art in Dialogue 1961–2001, April 5–June 22. For four decades, dancer and choreographer Trisha Brown has collaborated with some of the most celebrated visual artists, musicians, filmmakers, and designers of our time. On view will be many of her important works and large-scale objects by artists such as Robert Rauschenberg, Donald Judd, Nancy Graves, Laurie Anderson, and Terry Winters. The exhibition is curated by Hendel Teicher and organized in collaboration with the Addison Gallery of American Art at Phillips Academy.
     Admission to the Tang is free. Museum hours are Tuesday–Sunday, 11 a.m.–5 p.m.; closed major holidays. For information about curator’s tours, children’s programs, and other events, call 518-580-8080 or check www.skidmore.edu/tang.

Each catalogue features full-color reproductions of artworks and
objects included in the exhibition, plus artist interviews, biographies, and/or essays by curators and others.
S.O.S.: Scenes of Sounds
The Tang’s inaugural exhibition, in which sound was the medium or subject of the art. Limited edition, foil-stamped box, 2000, $24.95.

David Miller: A Retrospective
A 30-year retrospective of paintings by Skidmore professor David Miller. Hardcover, 2001, 56 pages, $27.95; softcover, $24.95.

The World According to the Newest and Most Exact Observations: Mapping Art and Science
An exploration of mapping, from geography to genetics, with artwork, antique maps, and more. Softcover, 2001, 96 pages, $29.95.

Work: Shaker Design and Recent Art
Simple, inventive, and useful Shaker design, juxtaposed with the mixed-media work of contemporary artists. Hardcover, 2001, 52 pages, $24.95.

Jonathan Seliger: Floor Model
A selection of Seliger’s paintings that are stretched, folded, and glued to form recognizable everyday objects. Hardcover, 2001, 64 pages, $19.95.

Paradise Now: Picturing the Genetic Revolution
Artists’ reactions to the meanings of genetic advances and biotechnology. Softcover, 2001, 124 pages, $29.95.

Chain Reaction: Rube Goldberg and Contemporary Art
Goldberg’s quirky cartoons matched with artists’ explorations of mechanisms and engineering. Published in collaboration with the Williams College Museum of Art. Softcover, 2002, 96 pages, $29.95.

Staging the Indian: The Politics of Representation
Edward Curtis’s turn-of-the-century photographs of American Indians, contrasted with new artwork by contemporary Native American artists. Hardcover, 2002, 128 pages, $29.95.

From Pop to Now: Selections from the Sonnabend Collection
The most comprehensive survey to date of the seminal influence and lasting legacy of modern-art collectors Ileana and Michael Sonnabend. Hardcover, 2002, 192 pages, $49.95.

To order, call the Tang Museum Store at 518-580-5534, seven days a week, 11 a.m.–5 p.m., or e-mail tstore@skidmore.edu.

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