Nao Bustamante Part of Bravo TV Reality Series
Nao Bustamante Part of Bravo TV Reality SeriesDate posted: 2010-04-30 11:54:04
Bravo's "Work of Art: the Next Great Artist" Premieres on Bravo in June, 2010
We thought it was a performance art stunt when we heard that our renowned artist, Nao Bustamante was a contestant on Bravo's latest stroke on the reality canvas, "Work of Art: The Next Great Artist." But it turns out to be real! We'll see just how real, when the show premieres on Bravo in June. Bustamante will be one of 14 aspiring artists to compete for a solo show at a nationally recognized museum and a generous cash prize. Is the art world ready for this conflux?
Is Nao Bustamante too real for Reality TV? "Watch and see what happens!"
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Nao Bustamante's Upcoming Exhibition at Baer Ridgway Exhibitions
June 19 - July 17, 2010
About Nao Bustamante
Nao Bustamante is an internationally known and loved artist, originally from California, she now resides in New York. There she canoes with her poodle, Fufu (who also has an IMDB page). Bustamante's precarious work encompasses performance art, video installation, visual art, filmmaking and writing. The New York Times says, "She has a knack for using her body." Bustamante has presented in Galleries, Museums, Universities and underground sites all around the world. She has exhibited, among other locales, at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, the New York Museum of Modern Arts, Sundance 2008, 2010, and the Kiasma Museum of Helsinki. In 2001 she received the prestigious Anonymous Was a Woman fellowship and in 2007 named a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow, as well as a Lambent Fellow. Currently, Bustamante holds the position of Associate Professor of New Media and Live Art at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
BRX is located at 172 Minna (between 3rd and New Montgomery) in downtown San Francisco, next to the SFMOMA. The gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday, 11:00am to 6:00pm.
November 14, 2018 7:00 PM
The Sanctuary for Independent Media, 3361 6th Ave., Troy, NY
Join us for a screening and discussion of the riveting documentary chronicling the struggles of a group of black and Latino whistleblower cops and the young minorities they are pressured to arrest and summons in New York City.
A workshop “Storytelling at the Margins,” with the film’s director/producer/cinematographer/editor Stephen Maing, will precede the screening from 4-6pm.