Using alias Alexa Sußenberg
Newly printed (inkjet)
Excited that someone used my drawing prompt at the Uni Project event in Union Square on Earth Day. The Uni Project is a REALLY cool mobile library (and more!) that pops up in public places all around NYC. Check it out.
BUT HE DOESN'T HAVE ANYTHING ON!
Commune.1 Gallery, Cape Town
26 November 2015 - 21 January 2016
I have a couple of linocut prints in "HOT OFF THE PRESS" (celebrating 25 years of printmaking at Artist Proof Studio), Absa Gallery, Johannesburg, SA
THINK OF NUMBER 6
@ GUS, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 15 July to 15 August.
@Point of Order, Johannesburg, 9 - 26 September.
October 30, 6:30: my studio @ Joule City, 107 Longmarket St. 1st Floor, Cape Town
Susan Greenspan Open Studio
During the 2014 Cape Town Month of Photography
October 1--30, 2014
Opening reception for solo show, Friday, May 30, 4-6pm at the Oresman Gallery, Brown Fine Arts Center, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
Winter Printmaking Residency- PENLAND SCHOOL of CRAFTS.
See the print I made for the exchange portfolio “HOW DO YOU GET THERE FROM HERE?,” organized by Diane Fine, and shown at the Southern Graphics Council Conference, San Francisco.
In September! "Duo: Works on Paper by Diane Fine & Susan Greenspan" at the BLUSEED STUDIO GALLERY, Saranac Lake, New York.
"CELEBRATE" was voted one of five works that will be presented on a video billboard at the Holland Tunnel and in the apexart window this winter.
My animation "CELEBRATE" in the COMVIDEO show at apexart in NYC, November 10 - December 22, 2010, online through January 15, 2011.
Read my INTERVIEW for "Digital Art Revolution."
"Digital Art Revolution," a book by Scott Ligon (colleague at The Cleveland Institute of Art) is scheduled for a March 9 release!
The book has a website: www.digitalartrevolution.com (you can get to it from my Links page too.)
There are some examples of my work in the book and on the website. Very exciting!!! Check it out!
"MY ROCK is a PURSE," is now in Cabinet Magazine, No. 33 | Deception!
Grand Prize winner at Pocket Film Festival 2008, sponsored by Sprint and the Baker-Nord Center for Humanities,
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.
Participant in print portfolio “Discovery: The Tradition of New Tools,” organized by Diane Fine for the Southern Graphics Council Conference.
'Cloud Over the White House,' a political lampoon booklet, now available at Printed Matter, NYC; Quimby's, Chicago; Woodland Pattern, Milwaukee.