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Jean-Marc a Smack Mellon HOT PICK
The panelists were: Lowery Sims, Curator at the Museum of Arts and Design; Eugenie Tsai, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Brooklyn Museum; and Frederieke Taylor, owner and director of the Frederieke Taylor Gallery.
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As well as building a tiny house of steel, Jean-Marc is an artist who makes videos of his doppelgangers, collects antique bricks, draws portraits of lynch mobs, and gives guided tours of NYC housing projects. His work has been exhibited at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Socrates Sculpture Park, Manifesta 8 European Biennial of Contemporary Art, Murcia, Spain and the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) in New York City. His videos are distributed by Videographe, Inc., and have been screened worldwide. Jean-Marc is the recipient of an Emerging Artist Fellowship at Socrates Sculpture Park, a NYFA SOS Grant, and a Canada Council Travel Grant. He has been a Visiting Artist at Pratt Institute, Bard College the New York Public Library and was selected as a Smack Mellon Hot Pick. Jean-Marc is Studio Assistant to Marilyn Minter. Jean-Marc is the illustrator of the award-winning novel Deadly and Into The Dangerous World both by Julie Chibbaro. He lives and works with Julie in Beacon, NY.
What happens when a girl with a spray can enters a world not her own? ITDW is the coming of age story of an artist finding her way on the streets of New York in 1984.
If you haven’t heard a PechaKucha 20x20 talk yet, you should. It’s the art of concise presentation: a simple format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. 

For Beacon’s first PechaKucha night I presented the “Strange Fruit: Split Seed” drawing series I did based on photographs of lynchings.

You can hear the full presentation here.
Look up in that driveway!!
Is it a hut? Is it a studio? No, it’s...
You can follow the progress of this year-long (so far) project on this here blog.