1. Januar 1999
The New York Times reviews the exhibition "Choice" at Exit Art in New York: "According to the theory that to find good young artists you should ask older artists what they think, Exit Art has organized this show: 24 artists, most of them novices to the scene, were picked by 13 artists. The international selectors included Damien Hirst, Sam Taylor-Wood, Nari Ward, Gottfried Helnwein, Ronald Jones, Cindy Sherman and Kiki Smith. The results aren't bad. Among what's notable are Iris Andraschek's creepy fish-tank concoctions, picked by Gottfried Helnwein...
The New York Times
Art in Review
Michael Kimmelman
18. December 1998
THE CHOICE' - Exit Art/The First World - 548 Broadway
"CHOICE", Exit Art, New York
14. November 1998 - 02. January 1999
The Choice, is an exhibition that identifies unknown and emerging artists through the viewpoint of leading contemporary artists.
Exit Art invites an international group of artists to engage their own curatorial ideas. In the role of curator, these artists present the work of young artists they have followed or whose work has affected them in a personal way.
Curators: Damien Hirst, Cindy Sherman, Antony Gormley, Kiki Smith, Laurie Simmons, Gottfried Helnwein, Robert Gober...
Ida Applebroog: Jane Higgins, Saeri Kiritani, Lisa Petsu Lagunes
Nicole Eisenman: Alison Kelly, Maria E. Piñeres, Suzanne Wright
Robert Gober: Jonathon Hexner
Antony Gormley: Ignassi Aballi, John Patrick Clayman
Gottfried Helnwein: Iris Andraschek, Danielle Kraay
Damien Hirst: Rachel Howard
Cindy Sherman: Charles Clough, Susan Jennings, David Krueger, Gail Le Boff
Laurie Simmons: Helen Rousakis, Pedro Barbeito
Kiki Smith: Joey Kötting
Sam Taylor-Wood: Georgie Hopton

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