Collaborative Projects

Collaborative Projects

Colab ist die gebräuchliche Abkürzung der New Yorker Künstlergruppe Collaborative Projects.

Colab wurde 1978 gegründet. 1980 organisierte die Gruppe die Ausstellung Times Square Show.

Mitglieder (Auswahl)

  • Charlie Ahearn
  • John Ahearn
  • Lisa Bear
  • Scott Billingsley
  • Andrea Callard
  • Wendy Chambers
  • Diego Cortez
  • Mitch Corber
  • Jody Culkin
  • Debbie Davis
  • Jane Dickson
  • Peter Fend
  • Colen Fitzgibbon
  • Bobby G
  • Matthew Geller
  • Mike Glier
  • Ilona Granet
  • Julie Harrison
  • Jenny Holzer
  • G. H. Hovagimyan
  • Becky Howland
  • Christof Kohlhofer
  • Justen Ladda
  • Joe Lewis
  • Aline Mayer
  • Dick Miller
  • Eric Mitchell
  • James Nares
  • Joseph Nechvatal
  • Tom Otterness
  • Cara Perlman
  • Uli Rimkus
  • Judy Rifka
  • Walter Robinson
  • Christy Rupp
  • Kiki Smith
  • Anton van Dalen
  • Tom Warren
  • Robin Winters


David Little, "Collaborative Projects, Inc.: A history of an American artists' collective, 1977--1983" (PhD Dissertation, Duke University, 2001).

Alan Moore and Marc Miller, eds., ABC No Rio Dinero: The Story of a Lower East Side Art Gallery (Collaborative Projects, NY, 1985).

Grace Glueck, Up With People, Collaborative Projects exhibition review, New York Times, January 6, 1984


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