Monday–MoMA’s Lunchtime Pecha Kucha features Randall Sellers

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One of Artblog’s favorite artists, Randall Sellers, he of the magical teensy-kingdom drawings who was discovered by Shelley Spector at the Bean Cafe on South Street, is participating in a slide slam at MoMA today at 12:30 pm.  The slide lecture includes 6 artists whose work is in the Judith Rothschild Foundation Collection show at the museum now through Jan. 4.  In an email, Randall said that  one of the drawings he’s going to show in his slide presentation (20 slides, 20 seconds each) is a pre-swine flu outbreak work that’s about pandemic bird flu!

Randall Sellers, Raven. Drawing the artist is including in his slide lecture today at MoMA.
Randall Sellers, Raven. Drawing the artist is including in his slide lecture today at MoMA.

Tickets are $5 at the door or online here.

Speaking of virus, slide slams have gone viral– two in Philadelphia in the last month and now here.  Who knew they had a name, Pecha Kuchu, and are based on a Japanese slide lecture phenom.  More here.

Here’s who’s also on the slide lecture program with Sellers:
Kurt Kauper
Tamara Gayer
Rachel Selekman
Dave Muller
Gerry Hayes

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