Gayil Nalls

Country: USA
 

Title:  Home

Medium: Installation

Size: H - 75" x 13.5" x 2", O - 78" x 8" x 2", M - 69" x 16.5" x 2", E - 81" x 12" x 2"





The World's Women On-Line!


Nalls is an artist, writer, and filmmaker born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Virginia. She studied in New York with artists Larry Rivers and Elaine de Kooning and in Washington, D.C. with Gene Davis. Nalls' work is in many museum collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and her exhibition history is extensive. She has filmed, produced, and edited many award winning film and video works and is one of the founders of an interactive distribution network for broadcast quality film and video.

Selected exhibitions include: The Laments: author, director and producer of video performance work about a contemporary manifestation of ancient cultural voices, seven guides that return to call on the United Nations: Performed live at Franklin Furnace, New York, January 4, 1995; Past/Present/Past: Artifacts for our Times The Hand Workshop, Richmond, Virginia, 1995; and NGO Forum on Women 95 Film Festival, United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women, Beijing, China, 1995; Permutatude: social theory and although in the form of a book, a video installation, sculpture, drawings, and prints: Natural Concerns, Bell Atlantic Art Gallery, N.O.V.A., Annandale, Virginia, 1994; Permutatude Study / Permutatude Text, Arts Festival of Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia, 1993; Downtown Community Television Center, New York (Solo Exhibition), 1992; Phillipe Staib Gallery, New York (Solo Exhibition), 1992; Americas, Seville '92, Monastery of Santa Clara, Seville, Spain, 1992; and GOVERNMENTnature, Baumgartner Galleries, Washington, DC, 1990.

For further information, Nalls can be reached at 323 West 39th Street, Suite 1202, New York, NY 10018 USA; telephone: (212) 967-4057; fax: (212) 967-4057.
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