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BENJAMIN DUKE





 
Born in 1977, Louisville, USA
Lives and works in Lansing, USA

 
Benjamin Duke was born in Louisville, Kentucky and grew up in Utah. He studied Literature, Philosophy and Art at the University of Utah receiving his BFA in 2002. He received his Master of Fine Arts at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore Hoffberger School of Painting, and has been teaching painting and drawing at Michigan State University since 2006. Duke has had numerous Solo, and Group shows at the national and international level including at the Fitton Art Center in Hamilton, Ohio, “Weak Painting Group,” exhibitions at The Kuandu Museum of Fine Art in Taipei and Da Xiang Art Space in Taichung City, Taiwan, and Several Solo exhibitions at Ann Nathan Gallery in Chicago. Duke has also been awarded international residencies at Bamboo Curtain Studios, Taiwan from May to July 2009 and The Kuandu Museum of Fine Art December 2009 through January 2010 at Taipei National University of the Arts, the premier Art University in Taiwan. A Catalogue entitled: Benjamin Duke 2001-2010: Ten years of Work with essays by Brian Kubarycz, a scholar of contemporary literature, and Su YuAnn, an independent curator and critic, published by Garden City Publishing in June 2010.


 
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On View: Oct 3 – Oct 14, 2019

Saphira & Ventura Gallery
4 w 43rd Street, #416, New York, NY - 10036

 
Gallery #1

CULTURAL COMPLEXITY
In collaboration with Art Alliance


Artists:
Petro Smetana, Petro Bevza,
Olena Pryduvalova, Oleksii Beliusenko, Oleksii Appollonov, Mykola Zhuravel, Boris Yeghiazaryan, David Sharashidze, Jolie Harris, Leila Montalvão,
Carmen Fraga, Amine Barbuda, Theoronda  Hoffman.


Curated by Alcinda Saphira & Tatyana Borodina.
Gallery #2

CULTURAL COMPLEXITY
In collaboration with Graziella Schenetti Projects 


Artists:
ASLI
Romano Tironi
Roberta Kali Agostini
Valentina Miani
Magda Chiarelli
Sante Muro
Lorant Pomares
Graziella Schenetti


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sábado, 28 de setembro de 2019

All On The Line
Hey y'all -- The All On The Line crew from HQ is headed to New Hampshire and Florida this weekend. It's the first time we're all coming together as a team! For the past few months, I've just been a name in your inbox and folks like you have just been voices on our volunteer calls. But now, the AOTL team is finally putting the finishing touches on the "welcome packets" and getting ready to hit the road!

The fun starts this weekend -- but we still have 19 more trainings in communities across the country. That's a lot of snacks, my friends. As we finalize all the snacks, supplies, and welcome packets, can we count on you to make a donation to our training fund? We've received 944 contributions to the fund so far and I'd really love to get us to 1,000 this weekend.

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AOTL staffer assembling a welcome packet for the trainings in Florida.

I am truly pumped to meet the people who make the work work -- we don't have an organizing program without those folks. Y'all are the grassroots movement that makes change possible.

And while I'm thankful for President Obama launching Redistricting U, I know this raining initiative will only be a success because of the support of grassroots supporters who have chipped in to make it happen.

Can I count on you to make a donation to the AOTL Training Fund before our first (ever!) Redistricting U trainings begin this weekend?

Whether you're new to the movement or have been organizing for change for years, you are essential to this fight and I'm proud to be part of this team with you.

Thanks for your support,
-- Mallory and the AOTL Team

All On The Line is the grassroots advocacy campaign supported by the National Redistricting Action Fund.



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Mallory Long, All On The Line allontheline@redistrictingaction.org

qui, 26 de set 18:14 (há 2 dias)
para Sula
All On The Line
Hey team -- Look, I'm not going to lie. When President Obama announced Redistricting U last month, you better believe I called my mom to celebrate and then immediately reshared all his social media posts. To say I was excited would be an understatement. But honestly, I'm even more excited to finally meet with AOTL volunteers this weekend!

The All On The Line crew from HQ is headed to New Hampshire and Florida this weekend -- and it's the first time we're all coming together as a team! For the past few months, I've just been a name in your inbox and folks like you have just been voices on our volunteer calls. But now, the AOTL team is finally putting the finishing touches on the "welcome packets" and getting ready to hit the road!

The fun starts this weekend -- but we still have 19 more trainings in communities across the country. That's a lot of snacks, my friends. As we finalize all the snacks, supplies, and welcome packets, can we count on you to make a donation to our training fund? We've received 944 contributions to the fund so far and I'd really love to get us to 1,000 before this weekend.

If you've saved your payment information with ActBlue Express, your donation will go through immediately.

Express Donate: $15
Express Donate: $35
Express Donate: $50
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Express Donate: $250
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Sneak peek: Check out the cool materials in the welcome packets!
AOTL staffer assembling a welcome packet for the trainings in Florida.

I am truly pumped to meet the people who make the work work -- we don't have an organizing program without those folks. Y'all are the grassroots movement that makes change possible.

And while I'm thankful for President Obama launching Redistricting U, I know this training initiative is only possible because of the support of grassroots supporters who have chipped in to make it happen.

Can I count on you to make a donation to the AOTL Training Fund before our first (ever!) Redistricting U trainings begin this weekend?

Whether you're new to the movement or have been organizing for change for years, you are essential to this fight and I'm proud to be part of this team with you.

Thanks for your support,
-- Mallory Long
Training Director

All On The Line is the grassroots advocacy campaign supported by the National Redistricting Action Fund.


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All On The Line
The News & Observer: New maps would still give GOP disproportionate power in NC legislature, analysts say.

Sula,

I wanted to make sure you saw this headline. Despite everything that's happened in North Carolina -- a court ordering that the maps be redrawn, the process happening in public view, folks stepping up to voice their concerns -- experts say the new maps STILL favor Republicans.

Why won't map manipulators get the point? The American people are demanding fair districts. We're building the movement to make sure elected officials across the country get the message -- will you chip in to support our work?

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Although this is not the end of the fight in North Carolina -- the maps will now be reviewed by the court -- this is what we're up against. Even with intervention from the courts and loud calls for transparency, too many politicians will put their own partisan interests ahead of the people. They will manipulate maps and pick their voters. Now they're just doing it in plain view instead of behind closed doors.

As Kelly said, this North Carolina process could be a blueprint for the next few years. We need to build up our capacity NOW to make sure we can hold politicians accountable and make them aware that there will be a strong grassroots response when they try to manipulate maps.

Can you chip in a few dollars to the AOTL training fund? We're committed to empowering folks to be leaders in the fight for fair maps -- but we need your support.

Thanks for your help,
-- Patrick

All On The Line is the grassroots advocacy campaign supported by the National Redistricting Action Fund.






















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