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October, 1999


Hallwalls exhibition invitation, 1999.
Hallwalls exhibition invitation, 1999.

Hallwalls Calendar: October, 1999.

Artists associated with this publication:
Carlos Saura, Miguel Littin, Franklin LaVoie, Lenny Ziolkowski, Mikhail Kalatozov, Olga Mendell, Bobby Previte, Stewart Cutler, Jamie Saft, Jerome Harris, Charles Albahari, Robert Kelly, Gerrit Lansing, Willem Breuker Kollektief, Paul Leduc, Kathy Sherin, Isabelle Pelissier, Barbara Buckman, Lorena Guillen, Alejandro Rutty, Tito Castro, Joe George, Sandra Fisher-Kitaj, Renée Jeanne "Maria" Falconetti, Carl Theodor Dreyer, David Butler, Donata Ahern, Ulrike Ottinger, Carolyn Gage, Sara Kellner, Margaret Smith, Ghen Dennis, Johnna MacArthur, Tami Katz Freiman, Hilla Lulu Lin


Some events connected to this publication:
September 16, 1999 - UNE FEMME- JOAN OF ARC FESTIVAL
September 18, 1999 - SUNNY SIDE UP
September 18, 1999 - THE VOID, THE OUTLINE, AND THE ARROW
October 1, 1999 - LA PASSION DE JEANNE D'ARC (THE PASSION OF JOAN OF ARC)
October 2, 1999 - LA PASSION DE JEANNE D'ARC (THE PASSION OF JOAN OF ARC)
October 7, 1999 - LATIN FOR TRAVELERS
October 8, 1999 - CHARLES ALBAHARI
October 10, 1999 - BEST OF NEW DUTCH SWING PROGRAM 2: WILLEM BREUKER KOLLEKTIEF
October 13, 1999 - OPEN SLIDE FORUM
October 14, 1999 - I AM CUBA
October 16, 1999 - GRAND OPENING AND OPEN HOUSE OF ARTSPACE AT TRI-MAIN CENTER
October 17, 1999 - RITUAL FOR LA PUCELLE
October 21, 1999 - FRIDA
October 22, 1999 - BURNED!
October 23, 1999 - AN EVENING OF TANGOS
October 27, 1999 - MOON, MAGIC, AND POETRY
October 28, 1999 - TANGO
November 4, 1999 - THE JACKAL OF NEHUELTORO
November 6, 1999 - BONFIRE
November 12, 1999 - CONSUMING PASSIONS



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