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Her graduate work led her to pursue design studies at the Rhode Island School of Design, where she received a B. Before founding Omnivore, she worked at 2x4 in New York. Chung was appointed senior critic in graphic design in Anna Craycroft Artist. Craycroft received a B. In Ms. Craycroft curated a performance series entitled Staging the Phenomenal Character, cumulatively fabricating and installing a series of sculptures made in response to each performance.
In she curated the first-year M. Gregory Crewdson Photographer. Crewdson received a B. A retrospective of Mr. The major monograph Gregory Crewdson was published by Rizzoli International the same year. Abrams , Beneath the Roses Harry N. Abrams , Sanctuary Harry N. Abrams , and, most recently, Cathedral of the Pines Aperture. He was appointed to the Yale faculty in and is professor and director of graduate studies in photography. Sheila Levrant de Bretteville Graphic designer and public artist. Her posters and fine press editions are in the special collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Centre Pompidou in Paris, and numerous university and public libraries.
In she was named the Caroline M. Street Professor of Graphic Design. Mark Dery Cultural critic. Dery received a B. He is at work on a biography, to be published in by Little, Brown, of the author, illustrator, and legendary eccentric Edward Gorey. Dery was appointed lecturer at Yale in Johannes DeYoung Animator. Johannes DeYoung is an artist working primarily in computer animation, moving-image, and printed media. He received his B. He was appointed critic and director of digital technology at Yale School of Art in and currently serves as senior critic and as faculty director for the Yale Digital Media Center for the Arts.
Liz Deschenes Photographer. Deschenes received a B. Deschenes was appointed critic at Yale in Leslie Dick Writer. Dick received a B. In she participated in the Whitney Biennial in New York. Since she has taught at California Institute of the Arts, where she was codirector of the art program for ten years. Dick was appointed critic in sculpture in and senior critic in Torkwase Dyson Artist.
Dyson received a B. She merges ideas such as site and built environments, nature, and culture under the rubric of environmentalism. Dyson is based in Brooklyn, New York. Paul Elliman Graphic designer. Elliman is a London-based designer. His work explores the mutual impact of technology and language in ways that combine research and historical scholarship with a range of resources from typography to the human voice. He has contributed essays to many international journals and magazines as well as catalogs and monographs for other artists. Elliman is also a thesis supervisor for Werkplaats Typografie, a graphic design program in Arnhem, the Netherlands.
He was appointed to the Yale faculty in and is currently senior critic in graphic design. Roe Ethridge Photographer. Ethridge received a B. He works in both editorial and fine art photography. Ethridge was appointed critic in photography at Yale in and again in Anoka Faruqee Painter. Faruqee received a B. Grants include the Pollock-Krasner Foundation and Artadia. Faruqee has also taught at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and California Institute of the Arts, where she was codirector of the art program. Tobias Frere-Jones Type designer. Frere-Jones received his B.
He has designed more than typefaces for retail publication, custom clients, and experimental purposes. In he became the first American to receive the Gerrit Noordzij Award, presented by the Royal Academy of The Hague in honor of his special contributions to typography. He was appointed critic in graphic design in John Gambell Graphic designer. Gambell received a B. From to he studied printmaking and graphic design at Wesleyan University and worked on a range of photographic printing projects under the direction of Richard Benson in Newport, Rhode Island.
After receiving his M. In he established a design studio in New Haven that produced a range of print publications and museum exhibition catalogs, as well as signage and packaging. He has been teaching graphic design since and was appointed senior critic in Gambell is the Yale University Printer. Kati Gegenheimer Painter. Gegenheimer received a B.
Barbara Glauber Graphic designer. Glauber received her B. She runs her New York-based studio, Heavy Meta, focusing on the design of publications, information graphics, and other materials for clients in the arts, education, and entertainment industries. She also served as chair for the eighteenth annual American Center for Design Show.
Neil Goldberg Artist. Goldberg received a B. He was appointed critic in graphic design at Yale in Jessica Helfand Graphic designer and writer. Jessica Helfand received both a B. Leslie Hewitt Sculptor. Hewitt studied at the Cooper Union, where she obtained a B. She received an M. She was included in the Whitney Biennial and was the recipient of a Art Matters research grant to the Netherlands.
She was appointed critic in sculpture at Yale in Jim Hodges Installation artist. Hodges received a B. His works frequently deploy different materials and techniques from ready-made objects to traditional media, such as graphite and ink. He has been the subject of many solo exhibitions in the United States and Europe and has been included in numerous group exhibitions, including the Whitney Biennial.
He was appointed senior critic in sculpture in Allen Hori Graphic designer. Hori received a B. Hori is principal at Bates Hori, New York, a graphic design and visual research studio. Bates Hori has been named as one of I. Hori was appointed to the Yale faculty in and is currently critic in graphic design. Pamela Hovland Graphic designer. Hovland received a B. She has worked extensively in the areas of identity and print communications and Web design for corporations, nonprofit organizations, and cultural institutions.
She is a founding member of Class Action, the art collective that uses design to effect social change. She was the recipient of the Rome Prize Fellowship in design in —6. Hovland was appointed to the Yale faculty in and is currently senior critic in graphic design. Brent Howard Sculptor.
Howard received his B. Howard worked for many years in close collaboration with Louise Bourgeois, for whom he created many pieces including Maman and Spider Couple Howard was appointed lecturer in sculpture in David Israel Graphic designer. Israel received a B. He is currently the executive director of brand strategy and design at AR New York. Israel has also held positions at two of the leading New York design studios, Number Seventeen and 2x4. His work has received two pencils from the One Club and has been featured in numerous design annuals. Israel was appointed critic in graphic design in Jennie C.
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Jones earned a B. She received the William H. Guggenheim Museum in New York, among others. Jones was appointed critic in sculpture at Yale in Jenn Joy Performance artist. Joy cofounded collective address with Kelly Kivland as a choreographic research space in Brooklyn.
She was scholar in residence at Danspace Project at St. Joy teaches in the sculpture department at Rhode Island School of Design and was appointed critic in sculpture at Yale in Lisa Kereszi Photographer. Kereszi graduated from Bard College with a B. In she received an M. She is represented by Yancey Richardson Gallery in New York, where she has had numerous solo exhibitions. She was appointed lecturer in photography at Yale in and critic and director of undergraduate studies in art in Martin Kersels Sculptor.
Since , Mr. His room-sized sculpture 5 Songs, and an accompanying performance series, Live on 5 Songs, was on view in the Whitney Biennial. Before joining the faculty at Yale he was a faculty member and co-director of the art program at the California Institute of the Arts. Kersels was appointed associate professor and director of graduate studies in sculpture in and professor in Patrick Killoran Sculptor. Killoran received a B. In his solo exhibition, Exeunt Angels, was presented at Studio 10 in Brooklyn.
He was appointed critic in sculpture in Byron Kim Painter. Kim received a B. He has been exhibiting in solo and two-person shows since and has shown with artists such as Kiki Smith and Glenn Ligon. Marta Kuzma Curator and theorist. Kuzma received a B. Kuzma served for eight years as director of the Office for Contemporary Art Norway, where she established an internationally recognized, research-based program of exhibitions, lectures, seminars, and projects.
She has extensive experience curating international exhibitions and has taught in many institutions and collaborated on publications such as Radical Philosophy, Afterall, Artforum, Art Review, Flash Art, and Mousse. Kuzma is a member of the commission of the Nordic Pavilion in Venice and, as such, negotiated the first cooperative exhibition between Denmark and Norway, leading to the project Elmgreen and Dragset. She was appointed dean of the Yale School of Art in , the first woman to hold that position.
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Jonathan Lee Designer. Jonathan Lee received a B. He is a designer at Google, currently working at the intersection of brand and user experience within the Google Assistant group. Lee was appointed critic in graphic design in Matthew Leifheit Photographer and editor. He was formerly photo editor of Vice Magazine and has also written on art and photography for Time and Aperture.
In he was awarded the Richard Benson Prize, which includes a one-term teaching fellowship in the Yale School of Art. Barbara London Curator and writer. London received a B. She founded the video exhibition and collection programs at the Museum of Modern Art, where she was a curator between and London was the first to integrate the Internet as part of curatorial practice, putting daily dispatches online for such projects as Stir-fry , Internyet , and dot.
She received a Japanese government Bunkacho Fellowship winter —93 and a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship winter —89 to further professional development and investigate new trends in electronic technologies and the effects on the creation and distribution of the arts in Japan. London was appointed critic at Yale in Sandra Luckow Filmmaker. Luckow received a B. Her senior thesis, the feature documentary Sharp Edges, won the Louis Sudler Prize in the Performing and Creative Arts, marking the first time Yale had recognized a film project. She has worked as a camera operator on several reality shows; produced, directed, and shot documentaries around the world; and exhibited on television and in cinemas nationally and internationally.
She specializes in teaching young narrative directors how to work with actors for authentic on-camera performances. She spent seven years making the documentary That Way Madness Lies…, an unprecedented firsthand look at severe untreated mental illness and the broken mental health system. She was appointed to teach filmmaking at Yale in Sucking down air and then pushing it back up and struggling to shape it, pushing it back out onto the pop-imago like the human grease that spoils the perfect surface of the screen, together.
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He has received various awards, including first prize of the Parsons-Kalil Award for Smart Design , first prize of the M. He has an independent practice, is the founder of the Paramodular design group, and of the Anxious Prop art collective. For reservations please contact the Goethe Institut: Tel. The proposition argued for the intimate relationship between creative production in the public sphere and domestic labor — a relationship whose intricacies Ukeles has been unraveling, ever since.
Starting in , she became an unsalaried artist-in-residence at the New York City Department of Sanitation, a position that enabled her to introduce radical public art as mainstream culture into an urban system serving and owned by the municipal population. Design by Marc Hollenstein.
Ukeles is currently completing a permanent environmental public art commission for Freshkills Park in NYC, formerly the largest municipal landfill in the world, that will be completed in — At ISCP, she leads residencies, exhibitions, and public programs in which she collaborates with more than a hundred artists each year. She has curated or organized over thirty international exhibitions, site-specific commissions and performances including contributions to the Aichi Triennale and Performa Biennial.
Upstream Gallery and Galerie Gabriel Rolt will serve drinks from The work is in its essence fluid and always displaced, forcing the artists to adapt constantly to new circumstances. It is constantly being vandalized and deconstructed in order to make space for a new piece to emerge, adapted to the circumstances of a new environment. Please sign up via office kunstverein.
Spoken words performance, circa 20 minutes. A moving guerrilla performance in public space. Stein uses primitive devotional images, food stuffs and even her own hair in visceral, highly textured painted projections making Death Shanties a unique and immersive live experience. It is under an Institutional Package in which there are secretive interactive moments between Rent the Korean and visitors at the Kunstverein. The music of Robert Ashley, for two or more voices. Edited by Will Holder and Alex Waterman. Published by New Documents, Kunstverein wishes to thank its Gold members and Stadsdeel Zuid.
Kunstverein has been interested in the work of Paul Ryan since the summer of Paul Ryan — , was a pioneering video artist, writer, teacher and theoretician who worked and lived in New York City. Paul participated in Documenta 13 with Threeing live sessions. Kunstverein has invited Sevanne Kassarjian , a professional workshop leader who studied under Paul Ryan, to facilitate a number of sessions on Threeing. The workshops will combine theory and practice, communication and creativity. Participants will be expected to work with both abstract concepts and the embodiment of those concepts and learn to practice Threeing in both its verbal and nonverbal versions.
There will be approximately 4 sessions held per day and one session that will take place on Friday 20 March, in the evening, at Galerie Juliette Jongma. We invite artists, educators, theorists and everyone interested in exploring knew ways to collaborate. Please send an email to office kunstverein.
March sessions at ; Location: Galerie Juliette Jongma. His Threeing rugs, developed together with Paul, will be used and on view throughout the project. Information here: www. Everything is open source and the idea is, once the parameters are understood, that people can interpret and take things where they want them to go. Sevanne Kassarjian specializes in theatre based education and communication, surfacing opportunities in every interaction. Bringing the tools of improvisation and 20 years on the professional stage to bear on a wide range of themes, including cross-cultural communication, managing uncertainty, and creating learning organizations, Sevanne designs and conducts experiential education programs for corporate and non-profit organizations, supporting clients to expand their repertoire.
She is the in-house coach in numerous organizations as diverse as American Express, the David Zwirner Gallery and Idealist. What they offer is precisely love without the fall, without falling in love, without this totally unpredictable traumatic encounter.
For the first time in its 5-year history, Kunstverein will be hosting a Salon Hang, open to all and only its esteemed members. The Salon Hang is an exciting out of control event that showcases an abundance of local and international work. At once harking back to the infamous Salons of the past, referencing these full and novel exhibitions that often wrote history, and at the same time, looking forward to what a contemporary art community and self-organization can look like today.
A live DJ set and radio broadcast exploring female emotional desires and their attempts of expression in pop music. Read more about the exhibition here. Somewhat at a loose end, two museum guides in a basement storeroom are marveling at the great resourcefulness of archeological museography. Elsewhere, on an excavation site, an archeologist standing by trenches and mechanical diggers is describing artefacts.
Much further along, a young woman imprisoned in the underground recess of a castle lets her terror fantasies run wild. A Recess and a Reconstruction is a Gothic story where the line between what is past and what lies in the future is in the process of disintegrating. Production I. Thanks to Marcelle Alix, Paris. In medieval times, bear hunters would enticing the bears with meschkinnes, a mead-like moonshine made by bee keepers and farmers which was irresistible to bears and humans alike.
It was awarded the Walter-Tiemann-Preis, a prize for innovative book design and typography. Poems welcome. Please note that space is limited so it will be first come first serve and members will have priority. Rammellzee liberated letters from their enslaved status in the alphabet so that they could do battle. And Weiner saw words in the air and on people. Hot dogs by Ron Blaauw. If you would like to participate please register here. Special thanks to Ahrend. Much like a Gang Bang. This is the story of how Marsyas, poor Marsyas recovered his voice millions of years after having lost it.
The story begins in a bar located in Los Angeles, the Tiki Coco. This meeting will see the growing friendship between four characters, Angie, Bernhard, Benjamin and David, who move together to the Solog House built by one of them in the Hudson River Valley. This is also where they discover they have been followed by Marsyas, a character from ancient Greek mythology that lost his body after being defeated in a music contest against the god Apollo.
The characters proceed to help Marsyas to recover his voice, his very ancient voice, without knowing what disaster this recovery could unleash. Each chapter of the novel had been relayed orally through a cycle of improvised performances that are then transcribed to be later published in their entirety. One of the main concerns of this project is the use of a public event as a possible writing technique.
At this bar, they organize nightly events where they stretch the limits of language to describe tools that challenge reality. Please make your reservations up until one day before each performance via office kunstverein. Please note that members have priority. Opening : 30 May 7—10 pm From 31 May until 22 June a selection of publications by Kunstverein Publishing will be on display at Zirkumflex , Berlin, organised in collaboration with Kunstverein Milano.
Two minimal yet clear criteria needed to be fulfilled to become a member of the association: you had to be an artist and work non-figuratively. This resulted in a list of members of long-forgotten artists mingled with names such as Kandinsky, Mondrian, Calder, Delaunay, Van Doesburg and Brancusi. Most of the members handed in documentation of work along with self-written texts.
Those writings were visions about their own work, detailed explanations of the documentation, short viewing instructions, epistles about the true meaning of abstract art, essays on the relation between abstract art and evolution, straight forward explanations why a locomotive is not a work of art, and a poem about God being a copycat. The readings will take place on 4 September at 7 — 7. Reservation is required. Please send an e-mail to reservations stedelijk. A project by Susanne M. Forming a basis that glows with roots longer and more distinguished than a mere reduction to Modernism.
Referring to architectural historian Beatriz Colomina, who has written extensively on how architecture and communication are entangled in creating the subject, Complicity points to the importance of networked relations. The show does not attempt to correct the way we see these iconic figures figures like Eileen Gray and Romaine Brooks , but presents their positions, their relations as a dynamic that is a tool for todays imaginative and sensual activism. Moreover, Complicity operates as the backdrop for the launch of The Correspondence Book , featuring the never before published correspondence between writers Carson McCullers and Annemarie Schwarzenbach co-editors: Susanne M.
Glenn Lewis has been working for close to six decades; he has appeared in some two hundred solo and group exhibitions. Studying ceramics under Bernard Leach, the well-known studio potter whose practice combined Western and Eastern crafts and philosophies, inspired in Lewis an abiding interest in simple forms, in botany and horticulture, in food preparation and the everyday aspects of life.
You can book an individual session by mailing your name and preferred month s to office kunstverein. We will then contact you to set a specific date and time. The sessions take place at Kunstverein and will be at least one hour but can be longer, depending on the session itself. He merely depicted the look repeatedly, famously, and once in petal pink satin on the back of a woman ascending a step. Indeed, the sign depicts aristocrats shopping for art and baubles, but a buyer acquired it from the shop almost immediately, Watteau died shortly thereafter, and now the work is considered his final masterpiece, rather than, say, a watershed in the history of sign-making.
Please join us at Kunstverein for Reading Out Loud. Artist Matthew Shannon will read out loud from a selection of texts from the rare, avant-garde, historical periodicals on display in the exhibition Mit Mokka nach Mekka, for Bruce. This is also your last chance to see the exhibition, so we hope to see you there! You do however mention the fire. More information you find here.
Collecting and presenting the materials of Lip for the first time since their original appearance, The Lip Anthology , edited by Vivian Ziherl, privileges the range and dynamism of contesting feminisms that comprised the Lip project. After two weeks of political problems in Kunstverein, the therapy gave its fruits. Geraldine Geffriaud made a Dot Dry Date.
Roi Alter has a question. You are coming. Larry Bell born in in Chicago, Illinois is an American artist. The eight plus-course menu is made from a selection of regional recipes that were collected in a notebook by Italian war-prisoners in Germany during the First World War. As such, the meal is a reflection of a historic community and a national identity.
Served now, 95 years later, it can also be seen to reflect our current status quo, one riddled with crises and transformed by global migration. From the Cellelager POW camp in northern Germany, these men who experienced displacement, despair and starvation, turned to imagined food to combat their misery.
Food became an obsessive desire and an imaginary escape; it was the subject of endless discussions. Speaking about food was an attempt to turn a crowd of starving bodies into a community again, able to share memories from a previous life. In an attempt to humanize hunger, to reframe this primary instinct into a sort of — however virtual — conviviality, discussing meals also became a collective action of cultural resistance.
This action of resistance, conceived in the deep darkness of the First World War, will be turned into a real, collective action in the form of a Sunday lunch on the 7th of April. Time: 1pm until 4. Reservation: Seeing as space is limited, please make reservations before the 3rd of April at office kunstverein. The eleven course menu will cost EUR As this meal is being prepared especially for those invited, we kindly ask you to keep your reservations. The exhibition will feature approximately 50 items from the collection, which currently comprises around pieces. The selection is based on the abstraction of forms that make up functional textiles and on the abstracted potential of their function.
It will include woven and printed textiles, embroideries and costume, ranging from fifth-century Coptic to Pre-Columbian Peruvian textiles, late medieval Asian and Islamic textiles, and Renaissance to eighteenth-century European silks and velvets. Barkcloth tapa and headdresses from the Pacific region especially Papua New Guinea and Africa will also be on display. We will start the year with a performance by composer and musician Dorit Chrysler.
The instrument is invented in by the Russian Leon Theremin. In addition to her solo career, she has founded the New York Theremin Society. In:quest of Icarus is a tragedy; a contemporary work written of and from a contemporary situation and drawing upon Greek myth to illuminate certain aspects of that situation. Norman Potter — was an English designer and educator. His bold programme de-emphasised specialization in design and encouraged practical collaboration between disciplines. In:quest of Icarus is a complex and allegorical reflection on these experiences. The work is here represented by participants at the Werkplaats Typografie, Arnhem and the Sandberg Institute, Amsterdam.
The staging of the performance is integral. The design of the hall and props follows the visual language and apparatus of the typewriter, on which it was composed. Please note that In:quest of Icarus is a 3 day event and accessible to the public 30 November, 1 and 2 December at the Stedelijk Museum , Teijin Auditorium , during regular opening hours. The play will take place 2 December at 4pm in the Teijin Auditorium. His work at the Construction School represents a period of intense critical thought about the structure of design education.
The project was initiated during a residency at Spike Island, Bristol in Summer A presentation took place at Corner College in Zurich, June James Langdon is trained as an artist and now practices as an independent designer. The exhibition hinges on the George Miles Cycle — , a series of interconnected novels that include graphic scenes of violence and desire, of pedophilia, mutilation and necrophilia. The complex structure of the cycle could be seen as literary sculpture; one that is layered and constructed out of geometrical forms.
He wrote poetry and stories in his early teens that explored scandalous and often extreme subjects. In , Cooper moved to Amsterdam where he finished writing the first novel of the George Miles Cycle entitled Closer. Closer was awarded with the first Ferro-Gumley Award for gay literature and has since been translated into seventeen languages. Cooper was 15 when he met George Miles, the year old brother of a friend. They immediately became very close and continued their affection and friendship after George developed a severe bipolar disorder in his early teens, causing him to go through phases of serious depressions, manic episodes, suicide attempts and occasional periods of institutionalization.
In the early 80s, after they had been out of touch for over two years, Cooper began to write a cycle of novels in tribute to George, which consist of Closer , Frisk , Try , Guide and Period It would take the form of a novel being gradually dismembered to nothing. The first novel would construct the themes, archetypes, subjects, style, and atmosphere of the cycle.
In , after publishing the fourth novel in the cycle, he found out that George had committed suicide ten years earlier. The fifth novel, Period , was therefore written with the awareness that George was no longer alive and would never read the cycle attributed to him. The novel is inspired by and dedicated to the artist Vincent Fecteau. In addition, works by Vincent Fecteau and Falke Pisano are shown alongside the archive material. Artist Trisha Donnelly has been commissioned to produce new work based on the five novels. Prior to the opening, on 22 March at On 16 and 17 April , Dennis Cooper will conduct a writing workshop.
Little Joe is a new biannual publication looking at film from a different perspective. It is a direct move away from the traditional method of reviewing all current and future releases towards a more selective and eclectic focus on films that inspire alternative discourse. Taking cues from words both written and whispered they find themselves burrowing an unlikely path through a pile of books. For reservation, please contact office kunstverein. Especially for ARCO, Kunstverein Amsterdam, Milan and New York have collectively set-up an unique auction featuring works by artists who have collaborated with one or more of the Kunstverein venues.
KV Auction is a two-hour performative venture hosted by artist Gabriel Lester , in which alternative means of fundraising are explored. The already infamous Vilnius Sling cocktail will be served at cocktailbar Door 74 , reguliersdwarsstraat 74, from Please contact info amsterdam. He has been based in Venice California ever since. Kunstverein presents a survey of his work. His work displays a readiness to freely move amongst mediums and disciplines, from sculpture to performance to the design of flatware. Which makes you look at it twice and provokes thought?
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As artists we should be able to look at both with inspiration and folly. To date, he has constructed wind, string, percussion, electronic and silent instruments as sculpture. In the late s, Wilhite collaborated on four plays with Guy de Cointet and he remains involved in the re-staging of these plays today. Here too the musical instrument and sound or sometimes silence holds a significant position. Robert Wilhite collaborated with Guy de Cointet on four of his plays in the s. The windows were blocked off and the artist read explanations over the phone of the exhibition on view. No caller got the same explanation.
Half of the callers received explanations and the other half received a sound work created for the event. A limited number of records documenting the event were produced. Chris Evans: Goofy Audit Collected works — The work of artist Chris Evans , Eastrington, UK evolves through conversation with people from various walks of life, selected in relation to their public position or symbolic role — resulting in sculptures, letters, drawings, film scripts and unwieldy social situations. These become indexes of a larger structure through which Evans deliberately confuses the roles of artist, collector, philanthropist, commissioner, art dealer and public funding body.
Goofy Audit presents a monograph of an artist, whose works conspicuously speculate in the space where art meets patronage, be it private, corporate or political. It includes essays by Penelope Curtis, Marina Vishmidt and Tirdad Zolghadr as well as a form of notation by Will Holder for each individual work produced since In the s Ad Reinhardt published a series of caustic comics commenting on the New York art world.
For the event Robert Snowden and Scott Ponik bring together a selection of these comics in a single table size print, which will be accompanied by a reading by Angie Keefer and Robert Snowden. Robert Snowden is a writer who lives in New York. Scott Ponik is a graphic designer in Portland, Oregon and Angie Keefer is a New York-based writer, editor, amateur engineer, and occasional librarian. For 4 days only, Kunstvereins Amsterdam, Milan and New York will collectively set-up a KV Survey Shop featuring works by artists who have collaborated with Kunstverein or who will in the future develop projects with one or more of the Kunstverein venues.
Download catalog. For more information, please check www. For more information, please visit: www. Richard Kostelanetz born , New York is an American writer, artist, critic, and editor of the avant-garde. He is infamous for his prolific and often biting prose. In his short fictions some only 2 words long and visual poetry, RK employs a radically formalist approach consisting of arrangements of words on a page using such devices as linking language and sequence, punning, alliteration, parallelism, constructivism, and minimalism.
His literary work challenges the reader in unconventional ways and is often printed in limited editions at small presses. Now scarce, Kunstverein will have the complete set of Assembling 1 through 13 on view. As well, rare artifacts, editions and smaller artworks will be on view in the secret backroom. This multi-relational practice is not only historically significant, it is unquestionably inspirational and exemplary for the present. Originally published in , the publication documents the art actions by the Guerrilla Art Action Group between and Kunstverein will simultaneously host the European launch of Discipline , a new periodical published from Melbourne.
Collating many of the strongest critical voices and art practices in its region, the magazine suggests that what is needed in relation the current question of art is some discipline; the discipline to pause, to look, to read and to think. Key editorial figures for each publication will make a selection of editions for the display.
Richard Kostelanetz will join us to discuss his practice during an informal walk-through of the exhibition. As a more viable alternative to a straight forward retrospective, Kunstverein has been temporarily transformed into a bookstore dedicated to the artist. Ben Kinmont Born Burlington, Vermont, USA is interested in interpersonal communication as a means of addressing the problems of contemporary society. His sculptures and actions attempt to establish a direct, personal relationship between the artist and the viewer, using the work as a mediator.
If art is supposed to be an agency of intellectual and emotional challenge, then the artist concludes that the audience should also be addressed beyond the institutional frame of the gallery and the museum, and that contact should be more direct. To that effect, Ben Kinmont goes on the street and engages in a dialogue with any passer-by who demonstrates interest in his proposals. His actions range from washing dishes in a museum restaurant, receiving strangers at his home, asking passers-by on the street about the possibility of considering a casual conversation a form of art.
The collector becomes an archivist; as such he becomes responsible for updating the data thus continuing the work of the artist and the gallerist. Prospectus is a traveling series of presentations in which a selection of works from the past twenty-two years are exhibited and re activated. For each location, Kinmont has worked together with a different curator to conceptually develop the premise of the show.
The source material will include project descriptions and archives, past curated projects, publications from Antinomian Press and earlier sculptural objects. A selection of five to seven works will be presented each week. The archives are thus activated and will continue to grow instead of functioning merely as art historical records. For reservation please contact office kunstverein. Exhibition in your mouth In collaboration with the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Ben Kinmont will present Exhibition in your mouth , a historical exhibition of artist-written recipes prepared as a dinner on May Ben Kinmont An Exhibition in your mouth May 18 and An historical exhibition of artist-written recipes prepared as a dinner at Restaurant As on May 18 and an informal talk given by the artist at the Stedelijk Museum on May This decentring reminds us of other artists who set out to pare down their practice down while not actually opting for an entirely different professional status.
Thus gastronomy becomes a temporary artistic structure and a powerful model for pushing art to its limits. An Exhibition in your mouth presents an exhibition in the form of a dinner on Wednesday May Restaurant As will prepare a 9-course menu full of eccentric but above all tasty recipes by artists such as Marcel Duchamp and Louise Bourgeois. In the evening of the following day,19 May, the artist will give a lecture about his practice in general with a particular focus on An Exhibition in your mouth as well as his project entitled On becoming something else with the Pompidou Center and seven different restaurants in Paris in If you lack others like aggression or persuasion, the notation should do it.
This is the most rewarding aspect of a work on notation. The trouble is, just as you find your sounds are too alien, intended for a different culture, you make the same discovery about your beautiful notation. No one is willing to understand it. No ones moves. Members only : please rsvp office kunstverein. Download PDF. On the occasion of the launch of various new publications, a series of presentations and talks will be organized throughout the city. First published nearly a decade ago, and now translated into English for the first time, The Encyclopedia of Fictional Artists is a project by author and editor Koen Brams, for which he commissioned and compiled an anthology of imaginary biographies based on the numerous artists invented by writers across the centuries, from the beginning of the seventeenth century to the present.
She examines the physiognomy of things and questions the relationship between organic and inorganic forms, the autonomy of objects and the stories concealed by them. On the occasion of the book presentation, a conversation will take place between the artist, Ann Demeester and Anselm Franke. As a collaborative model, Kunstverein will, together with its sister organizations in Milan and New York, present three new publications:. Alongside their independent sections, a floating world of images is re-located through their intervention, selected from God Bless Diana , a series of images Chong produced between These twelve collected works constitute a yearlong exhibition inserting itself into administrative offices, apartments, and studios around the world.
With contributions by a. After one and a half years of exciting events at Ruyschstraat 4III, Kunstverein embarks on a new adventure: Kunstverein is moving to a ground floor shop location and opens its brand new doors at Gerard Doustraat on March 11th. Nils Bech NO has devised his own unique path as a persuasive performer through the world of contemporary art.
A classically trained singer, he has managed to tap into the best of both worlds. His fragile yet flamboyant presence magically transforms each hosting venue into an intimate experience. Communication, visible and not, audible or unspoken, is transmitted through signs, through things, things we choose to have and wear, point to or buy, sit alongside or say. Sign equipment is, of course, just as much a conduit as it is social baggage.
In fact, the American visionary, designer, architect, author, and inventor, Buckminster Fuller — , stopped speaking for two years at the age of 32 because of his sign equipment. Iglu contains invented languages, where sounds become words, gestures are sentences; where the actors sometimes even switching gender mostly understand one another not because they use words as we do, but because it seems they have agreed to agree.
Agreed to agree on meaning; thereby shifting conventions and signs to a different communicative plain. Paying A Visit To Mary Part 2 stages the question of how individual relations can be perceived and interpreted. How do we communicate? What forms can communication take? Do we understand one another, really? Is your blue mine? The show, which includes a play, a live storytelling, a lecture, a film and objects is an abstract conversation, amongst the participants and between them and the audience.
Paraguay Press was conceived by this group in order to reclaim control of the means of creation, production and distribution of the books in which their work appear and to create a framework for producing publications with a growing number of artists, writers, and institutions. Each project developed by Paraguay Press looks carefully into the pragmatics of publishing, and, according to the nature of each publication, adapts each print-run and scope, deploys different printing devices, and considers various distribution strategies. But all depart from an understanding of the space of the book, considered not as a medium of documentation nor a vector of promotion, but as an act of translation and the extension of artistic, critical and curatorial thinking into a graphic, mobile, democratic and durable form.
Iglu premiered in Los Angeles in , after which the videotapes of this first and only performance mysteriously disappeared. For years Iglu lived on through the recollection of the artists, the actors at the time, and the audience that evening—until now. Two young and intelligent women are on a brief vacation in West Los Angeles, their hotel room, with windows overlooking the hills and Southern California. They are overwhelmed by some unexpected situations. Events without rhyme or reason. Their reactions were the only possible solutions. The performance will be accompanied by a lecture by Marie de Brugerolle November 11, Stedelijk Museum.
The exhibition Paying A Visit To Mary Part 2 stages the question of how individual relations can be perceived and interpreted. Paying A Visit To Mary Part 2 is an abstract conversation, amongst the participants and between them and the audience. Adam Pendleton composes formal templates in which he slots information, shifting language, forms and images into an arena of artistic inquiry. Practicing extreme freedom of reference and quotation, as well as a rejection of conventional hierarchies among sources, Pendleton establishes new referential devices and displays in which he exploits the easy-psychology of biographical readings, rendering language and image both concrete and contingent.
Free and open to the public: Thursday, November 4, p. Sunday, November 7, 11 a. The catalogue will function as key to exhibition, as it thoroughly and conveniently represents all the stories as seen from the above, with close-ups of the little scenarios and the now perfectly readable texts. The evening starts at Tickets for the benefit event are 50 Euro and include a yearlong membership worth 50 Euro.
Members have free admission. Lezing 1 M. The first in a series of lectures by Koen Brams on remarkable yet overlooked figures of the Belgium art scene who have appeared and disappeared at historically significant moments in time. Founded , Galerie MTL provided a platform for more than a hundred exhibitions, of which mostly were dedicated to conceptual art.
Dear Reader,. Each issue contains a maximum of five or six contributions of varying length, appropriate to the individual subject matter. The concept dictates that each contributor writes under a pseudonym. The editors guarantee full anonymity. The use of pseudonyms can be considered an answer to the cowardice of the art world, albeit a somewhat hypocritical one. Loud is the subject of the first issue and it is a broad — probably far too broad — theme if a theme at all. In fact Quiet might have been more appropriate.
Welcome to the story of my life is a dazzling one-man musical extravaganza in which the performer and the objects presented are in a constant state of transition. As well as designing, editing, producing, and distributing both printed and digital media, Dexter Sinister have also worked with ambiguous roles and formats, usually in the live contexts of galleries and museums. Their bi-annual house journal Dot Dot Dot begun in Amsterdam in often functions as a framework within such projects. Currently Dexter Sinister intends to dissolve all their activities including the journal, workshop and bookstore into one single project called The Serving Library.
The Serving Library is as much social furniture as it is a specific model. For Kunstverein, a speculative model version of the Library is developed providing the backdrop for a number of seminars and other events, which will discuss issues drawn from the contents of the library. The artefacts and books will serve as triggers for conversation and teaching, and the space will serve as a meeting point and hangout. The whole might be considered a kind of temporary school — a school primarily concerned with what a contemporary art school might become.
The workshops are open to the public. Please make reservations before 27 May to office kunstverein. Untitled is a formal study of a sculpture — an African figurine placed next to an organic lemon. The sculpture is empirically investigated, observed, rotated, examined as it hovers between a state of pure objecthood and unblemished representation. It could equally be an advert for the sculpture, with its quick edits moving sleekly across surface of the elusive product. Or does it? Untitled transitions from knowing to sensing to not-knowing and back again.
A replica of the same African figurine as depicted in the animation, Untitled , like its counterpart, refuses to become a clear-cut, easily defined object. On the one hand, it touches the familiar as a generic model of an African artefact, perhaps a discreetly decorous souvenir, on the other, in its modest placement, remains unsettlingly enigmatic.
There is a hint of inert aggression in its demand for wholeness: without the commitment of he who oversees the work — he who promises to replenish the organic lemon — Untitled is not complete; or simply is not. It has an Ur-dimension to it… something between understanding and not, lets say. Seeing as space is limited for the lecture, please make reservations before 3 March to office kunstverein.
This contemporary version is set in Antwerp, Belgium, and is split into three languages: Dutch Flemish , French and English. As a painter, writer and performer, he uses extreme freedom of reference and quotation, as well as a rejection of conventional hierarchies among sources, to create a re-historicized present, one that upsets and unbalances comfortably subjective interpretations of history and culture.
Over the past few years American artist Adam Pendleton has written various performances in which he exploits the easy-psychology of autobiographical readings by using devices that render language concrete and contingent. Often he combines specialized discourses and common knowledge in a redistribution of cultural information. Previous performances range from the evening length person gospel choir production The Revival to a series of manifestos such as the Black Dada Manifesto.
Johnson wrote poetic texts and letters and integrated language and a unique system of cryptic signs into his work. Johnson was recognized as much for his performance-like persona as his collages and mailings. In , on the day Andy Warhol was shot, Johnson himself was mugged, an event which precipitated his move to Locust Valley, Long Island.
Although he remained involved with the art scene through conversations and correspondences, he gradually withdrew from actively exhibiting. Johnson continued to make art, however, such as the master collages he worked on over a period of many years. Those thirteen photo-offset pages were re-printed in for a catalogue, Correspondence, North Carolina Museum of Art, Richard Craven, editor and curator. The Carolina pages were folded once from the bottom, hence are not quite like the pages Ray folded for envelopes.
Kadist Art Foundation 14 November Q: What is Hypnotic Show? A: A temporary social structure of engaging into creative cognitive acts through shared practices of art and hypnosis. Q: What is the relationship between art and hypnosis? A: The Hypnotic power of artworks has always been a favorite trope of people looking for transformative potential of art. According to biometrics it connects to the brain faster. Q: Why brain?
A: It is the ultimate destination of neuro-social engineering as well as subjectivities of yet-to-be-invented. From the perspective of ceaseless production and total transparency, the brain is seen as a final frontier to be colonised, from the perspective of individual subjectivity — as a last resort of things not-to-be-known.
Hypnotic Show positions itself on both ends of the perspective. Q: How does Hypnotic Show work? A: When all spaces undergo gentrification and you think that your very inner subjectivity will remain a space of a strictly personal order your brain-waves are being measured against you. Q: No, no, but how does it work technically? A: A number of invited artists have submitted proposals for Marcos Lutyens to be performed on the audience through a session of hypnosis.
Q: Is it true that hypnosis can convince of the value of certain artwork against my will? Q: What remains after this show? A: They will be available at www. It is further concluded since the bridge by Col. Schuyler doth decay, that l. Roseboom, Hend. Oothout, and Harpert Jacobse Van Deusen to 'vizite ye same and make returns' the next Court what is required to be repaired. It is Resolved that the gutters next to the house of Mr. Oothout, assistants, have undertaken to agree v. Desyreing ye Gen'n in Common Councill to be aiding and assisting them in ve premises that ye further in- 3 34 Van Deursen Family fencing may be stopt till ye arrival of Maj.
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The Mayor, Aldermen and Commonality, after viewing of said act, take it into consideration that such Person or Per- sons must pay the money so indebted and thereto ordered the City Treasurer to goe rounde and collect the same, and in Third Generation 35 each case such persones do refuse to pay stich debts, if under 40s to summonse them before any Justice, if above 40s to sue for the same at the next Mayor's Court, moreover Jacob Turke and Harpcrt Jacobse, assistants, are appointed to assist said Treasurer. Wandlaer are Likewise to make Each ye same Regular and in good order before his own house or Lott before the first of Augt next Ensueing.
On February 15, Ryseck, widow of Gerrit Swart, and the last of the church poor, died, the onkosten cost for whose funeral was: "3 dry boards for the coffm, 7: 10; nails, i: 10; making the coffin, A claim of Roseboom of 12 g. Jacob, bp Oct. Henrik Henrv , bp Sept. Anna, bp Mar. Catalina, bp Feb. X Marretie, bp Nov. Mathew Clarckson'' in Citv of New York.
He was a member of the Colonial Militia and resided in New York m a house on the west side of Broad Street, a few doors north of Beaver, where he followed the occupation of tallow chandler. Children, bp in New York: i Anna, bp Aug. Third Generation 37 75 ii Pieter, bp Nov. Deurse, Jannetje, s. He died a bachelor in Res: Broad Street, N. Oc: "Gentle- man. Also a witness to the will of Dirck Ten Eyck, Oct. Hester, bp Aug.
Pieter, bp Apr. In he was a member of the Dutch Church' at Albany, and on Jan. He carried on the business of linen weaving; was a member of the Common Council in , his name being found frequently upon the County records in his capacity of Assistant. Children: i Anna Van Esch, bp at A. York, en Margareta Van Deusen j. Albanien, d'Eerste wonende alhier en twede tot N. Albanien," son of Evert Pels and Breechje Elsewarth.
Evert Pels, father of the husband of Margareta Van Deu- sen, was from Statijn, or Steltijn Stettin, Pomerania ; and was engaged as a brewer for the term of six years, June 5, He sailed for America the same month and year "by den Houttuyn" with his wife and servant. Children: i Breechje Pels, bp at A. Evert Pels, twin of Breechje; bp same day; d y. V Bregje Pels, bp at N. July 2, ; sps Christoffel Pels, Antie Pels. X Rachel Pels, bp at N. EHzabeth Pels; m Oct. He was buried at Papsknee May 6, Children, bp in Albany: i Geertruy Witbeck, bp Jan.
Bergen, N. May 25, , The. The record of this second mar- riage reads: "H. Deusen, Jun. On the other hand, the "Jun. Helena was a member of the Dutch Church at Albany. Vegten ; m a Neeltje Quackenbosh. Bergh, Engelt V. Deu- sen. He was, in early life, a resident of Livingston Manor, and from there, about , re- moved to Salisbury. It appears to be of land occupied by Van Deusen, and the house of Van Deusen was a short distance east of Geo. It was about that Van Deusen, Knickerbocker and Dutcher purchased land in Salisbury of the Indians, supposing, as has been said, that their purchases were within the province of New York The Early History of Amenia.
Abraham Van Deusen d Apr. Res: Livingston Manor, N. Children: 83 i Hartman, bp Jan. Deusen and Lena V. Deusen; m a , Margrieta Dyckman.
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Rob- ert Tcuv. He was a mem- ber of Capt. Childrex, bp at Albany and at Kinderhook: 55 i Robbert, bp Sept. V Maria, bp May 3, , at A. Poel; m Mar. Alen; m at Claverack, Nov. In he was a member of Capt. Marte Halenbeck's Company. Jonas Douw's Company in Albany. Will dated Oct. Res: Pawling Precinct, Dutchess Co. Children, by first wife: f 88 i Cornelia, bp at Kin. I ii Catharina, bp at Albany, Oct. Buyren; m a David Rauch. Vander Poel; d y. I" viii Cathalina, bp at Kin. Elizabeth V. X Elbert je, bp at Kin.
Dutchess Co. Tobias d Oct. In his will, dated Jan. Res: Claverack. Oc: Farmer. Fourth Generatiox 47 Children: 02 i Robert T. V Cornelia, bp at Kingston, Nov. Res: Livingston Manor. Oc: Farmer Childre. Deusen; m Jan. Matthew Van Dusen of Newburgh, N. Said Matthew married, but d without issue. June 15, ; sps Th: and G. V: Deusen; m Mar. Van Deusen. X Christina, bp at Germ. May 21, ; sps Robert Van Deusen, Jr.
In October 17 15, he was a member of Capt. Children', bp in Albany: i Johannes, bp Feb. Fourth Gener. Philip Hooghteling. He was a Justice of the JeaceforUlsterCo. Res: Hurley, Ulster Co. John Winnee's "Coemnie"'of Militia m Albany. He was made a Freeman Oct. Res: New York. Oc: Cooper. Children', bp in New York: i Jacob, bp Apr. He resided in New York and was by occupation a Jvlason. Children, bp in New York: i Jacob, bp Aug. V Annetje, bp Jan. Fiche Burghart; b Nov.
Isaac Van Deusen resided at Kinderhook until May. He was Town Treasurer for many years, and a Selectm. Res: Kinderhook, N. Oc: Land owner and farmer. Children: i Jacomyntje, b Mar. Fourth Generation' 53 vi Matthew, b Aug. Hoesen and wife liend'je; m Nov. Res: Columbia Co. Children: i Yockamencha, b Mar. Litchfield Co. V Geertruy, bp at Claverack, Jan.
Children: 1 Dirck, bp at Livingston, June 14, ; sps A. Vosburgh; d prior to his father leaving his old- est son Jacob. He was Church Master Oct. In and he had contributed towards the building of the church. Children: i Bata, bp at Albany, Jan. Issue: Catrina Witbeck, b Mar. Children: i Isaac Van Valkenburgh, bp at Clav. V Johannes Van Valkenburgh, bp at Kin. Af- ter the death of Marretie, he married a her sister. He served in the Seventh Rcgt. Militia Land Bountv Rights. Van Alen; bp at Kin. Children, bp at Kinderhook: i Rachel Huick, bp Apr. Lata Hoes, bp Dec. Jii Bata Hoes, bp Jan.
Isaac Hoes, bp at Kind. Annatje Van Deusen h. Van Lucas Van Alen. Francois Buis V. Daniel Wal- dron was b in , son of Joseph W. The following year, S, we find him a member of Capt. Abraham Boelcn 's Company of Militia ; and on Nov. Children, bp at New York: i Annatje, bp Jan. Deurse and Annatje, s. Issue: Petrus Hyer, bp Mar. Baltus Heyer. V Abraham, bp Jan. V Abraham Men, bp Aug. Van Isaac Boelen. X Edward Men, bp Oct. Aarnem, Jen- neke Van Aarnem, z.
She d Dec. V Aeltje, bp Sept. He probably resided in New Corn- wall, Orange Co. See Census of 1 8 10 , m Hannah Smith. Pouwelse; d y. X Abraham, bp Aug. Deursen, z. Res: South Ward, N. City, and Middlesex Co. Van Deurse ; d Aug. V Elizabeth Man, bp Mar. Jx William Man, bp Mar.
V Jacobus Van Gelder, bp Feb. Johannes d prior to Dec, , his widow d in see codi- cil to her will, dated Dec. He was made a Freeman on Nov. Children, bp at New York: i Philip, bp Oct. Gelder, Elizabeth Man; m James Wessels. Abraham Knicker- bakker. Jan Man. In his will all the children recorded here were named; the eldest being then dead. He resided at Tappan, N. He owned one thousand acres of land at Cornwall and was by occupation a farmer and tavern keeper.
The following two receipts for the quit rent of the thousand acre tract of land at Cornwall were copied from the originals by Captain Albert H. Isaac Van Duerssen three pounds fifteen shillings proclamation money in full for three years Quitt Rent of a tract of icoo acres of land in Orange County Granted to Andrew XichoUs the 24th of August being from the 25th of March to the 25th of March last as witness my hand this 3d of April Xichols Depty Rec'd Genl.
Isaac Van Deurssen live pounds proc'l money in full for four years Quit Rent of the within mentioned acres of land to the 25th of March last as witness my hand this 19th of June Xicholls Depty Rec'd Genl. X Antie, b Dec. Zachariah Du Bois. The name of his wife is not known, but according to his will, probated Sept. At the census of he had two sons and three daughters. Res: Cornwall. Children: i Isaac, b Jan. July 23, , Martha Tusten. Cuyler; d y. Cuyler, Elyz.
Deusen; m Sept. Cathrina d prior to , at which time he married Elizabeth Van Schaick. Deusen, Marg. John was a member of Capt. He came to New York City between and , and died Aug. His son John was bom four months after his death. His widow d Mav 13, , in New Brunswick, N. See Talcott. Children: i Catharina Oothout, bp Apr. Oothout, Elizabeth van Deusen; m Nov. Deusen, Dorothee Bogaart; m Aug. She d Feb. He d of yellow fever Sept. Issue: Henry Van Har- lingen; b ; d Sept. Deusen, Maria Staats ; d Jan. V Hendrik Oothout, bp July 18, , in N.
Quick; d Oct. Children, bp in Albany: i Joachim Staats, bp Apr. Deusen, Neeltje Staats. Marselis and Margaret Blecc. He also held other offices unuc the city government. Fourth Generation 67 Barent Staats refers to him and his w'de in his will, which was probated Sept. Res: Albany, X. Children, bp in Albany and New Brunswick, N. Staats, Elys. Oothoudt, Neeltje Staats; d y.
Cuyler, A. Cuyler; m ist a Christiana Ketelhuyn, 2d Mar. V Neiltje, bp at Ncv. Schuyler, Elizabeth V. Bleecker of Al- bany. Lx Catrina,bp at New B. X Engeltie, bp Dec. Deusen, Catharine his wife, ii Lisabeth, bp Aug. Abraham died June 24, Cathalvna Van Deusen; d y. Aarnem; 2d Apr. Gerrit I. Lansing, vi Annetje. Jacob Kip; prob in Julv 3. Record, Vol. Jobs Lancen. He was buried at Papsknee April 15, i Children:. V Harpert Witbeck, bp Nov. Van Vegten; m Oct. Witbeek, Catharina Wendel.
X Abram Witbeck, bp Jan. Witbeek, Annetie Jcets. Issue: Maria Witbeck, b Oct. In his will, dated Oct. Oc: Chandler. Children, bp in New York: 1 Abraham, bp Mar. Issue: Pieter Waits, bp N. An- neke Van Deursen, j. V Pieter, bp Oct. He resided in the East Ward, N. X Joseph, bp Jan. Joseph Hildreth. Henry Cuyler's Companv of Militia. Dirk Brinckerhoff, Elisabeth Brinckerhoff, j. V Dirck Brinckerhofi ; named in will. Children, by first husband: i Abraham J. Van Vleck, b Dec. She had davi Lucretia who m Myndert P. Vosburgh, according to will of Abraham Vai;i Deusen, her uncle. Y, Sept. He d May 20, 17S9, bur O.
Oc: Tallow Chandler. Pieter V. Deursen, Anneke V. Deursen, 3. Herring, and remarried before 17S7 Basil Francis. Issue: Cathrina Herring, bp N. M7 iv Maria, bp Feb. MS V Catharina, bp Nov. Isaac Van Vlek; m Apr. XV Ehzabet, bp Nov. He was bur in A. Deusen; m July 6, , Maria Van den Bergh. Bergh; d June, Lansing, Engeltie Lansingh; d Nov.
He owned land in the rear of Bleecker Hall, between Dean St. Engeltje Van Deusen d Oct. Deusen; m Oct. Schoonhoven, bp Apr. Issue: Gerrit Lansingh; b Nov. Lansingh, Anna Egmont; m Oct. Lansing was a member of the Second Regiment, Albany Co. Children-, bp at Albany: i Catharina Lansingh, bp Apr. Deusen, Cath. Issue: Abraham Lansingh, b Oct. Melchert Van Deusen was a revolutionary soldier, serving under Capt. Jellis Fonda, Associated Exempts. Ac- cording to the date of his will he died a '. Res: Caughnawaga, Montgomery Co. Children: i Harpert, bp at Albany, Jan.
Berg; m ist July 5, , Geertje Witbeck; 2d Oct. Van Alstyne. Gar- denier. V Catharina, b July 9, bp at S. Deusen, Catharina Winne; m a James Plato. Issue: Neyltje Plato, b Aug. Fourth Generation 75 vi Melchior. He served in Capt. Fonda 's Company during the Revolution. Van Alstine. Iargrieta Dyckman. Dyckman; m a , Annatje Mc Millen. James Gatlin. Res: Salisbun', Conn. Children, so far as known: i Abraham, b Sept.
She was living in iSoS. Jeremiah Hogeboom's Reg. At one time he was interested in the pur- chase of a one thousand acre tract, another of two thousand five hundred and of still another of fifteen thousand acres. His will, dated Apr. Res: Kinderhook. Children: i Christyntje, bp at C. May 25, ; sps Johannes Hoes and Elbertje Hoes; d y. V Catharina, bp at Liv. Van Buren, a They resided in Cohimbia Covmty, N. Issue: Adam Van Alen, bp at Kin.
Issue: Elbertje Van Alen, bp at Co. V Maria Van Buren, bp at Cox. Abraham J. Van Alstyne 's 7th Regt. Militia, during Rev. War New York Rev. Fifth Generation 81 iv Barent Hoes, bp Apr. V Robert Hoes, bp Jan. He was enrolled in the Seventh Regt.
Militia L. Children: i Marytje Rauch, bp Dec. Ross Nov. He d at Kin. Res: Pittstown, Rensselaer Co. Children, bp at Kinderhook: i Johannes, b Jan. Marten Van Deusen, bv his will, dated Oct. Six daughters, mentioned unnamed in will of their grandfather.