Yoko Ono: Fly, 2007
50 fly figures and 50 cards in black box with drawer; metal, plastic, paper, wood
6″ x 6″ x 8″
courtesy of the artist
cards inscribed “I found this fly and thought of you” in English and Japanese.
edition 75/81 (AP:7, PP:2)
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Edward Albee | Eleanor Alper | Dianne Benson & Lys Marigold | Alice Bell | Madelaine Bennett | Judy & Ennius Bergsma | Abby Jane Brody | Adelaide De Menil & Edmund Carpenter | Anthony Coron | Charles Cowles | Gardner Cowles III | Jan Cowles | Laurel & Theodore Cutler | Lisa de Kooning | Patricia Durkan |Helen Drutt English & Peter Stern | Eileen & Richard Ekstract |Nina Gillman | Jane & Louis Gropp | Susan Gullia |Barbara Hoffman | Bruce Horten | Jane Johnson | Roseline Koener | Jack Lenor Larsen | Elizabeth Lear |Elizabeth & Mark Levine | Dorothy Lichtenstein | Hilda Longinotti | Jonathan McCann | Scott McDonald | Alexandra Munroe & Robert Rosenkranz | Stephanie Odegard | Nancy Olnick & Giorgio Spanu |Michele & Steven Pesner | Barbara & Michael Press | Edward Roberts & Elaine Krauss | Alan Rogers | Anne & Charles Roos | June Rosner & Russ Bilgore | Charles C. Savage | Barbara Slifka | Annaliese Soros | Joanna Steichen | Lenard & Fern Tessler | Edwina Von Gal|Robert Wilson | Jane & Michael Wind | Neda Young
Magdalena Abakanowicz | Dale Chihuly | Willem de Kooning | April Gornik |Jun Kaneko |Roy Lichtenstein | Yoko Ono | Martin Puryear | Yves Saint-Laurent | Edward Steichen | Toshiko Takaezu
Air France | Hamptons Cottages & Gardens | Lao Textiles | Laurent-Perrier Champagne | The Ocean Group, East Hampton | Open Skies | Protravel International | Ray Smith | Eve Suter | Wine Spectator | Zen Green Tea Liqueur
Catered by Taste
LHR Award created by Marc Leuthold
The fortunate LongHouse group that traveled to Southeast Asia with me in January found it so inspiring that we are celebrating the grandeur of that magical part of the world on July 18. Open your hearts and senses to the delights of ASIAN LAUGHTER at LongHouse. There will be samplings of exquisite gastronomical delights from Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, with music performed on traditional instruments, stroll amongst lanterns and banners and celebrate the richness of these sublime cultures.
We gather to honor Carol Cassidy, an American weaver and great friend of mine who has spent more than a decade in Vientiane, Laos. Carol Cassidy is today the most prominent of the Good Americans continuously working with artisans of the Developing World. She lived and worked with rural artisans in many parts of the world. For decades now she has lived in Laos to design and direct weavers and dyers revitalizing ancient craft traditions. She has helped increase local pride in these ancient arts and, in doing so, earned recognition and international exchange for a small, remote land.
In recent years she has frequently left Laos to direct a Cambodian weave workshop set up to train amputees who are victims of the hundred thousand land mines still bedeviling this war torn land. Because these physically challenged people are also discriminated in employment because of their disabilities, their long-term, gainful employment with Weaves of Cambodia creating Carol’s beautifully colored silks is particularly meaningful. Like Jim Thompson in Bangkok before her, Carol Cassidy in Laos is now legendary to visitors and expatriates alike as the local toastmaster. Global travellers find their way to her Studio in Vientiane and are charmed by her passion for weaving. Best of all, she is a fine designer sympathetic to the people she works with. Year in, year out, she brightens the world with her colors,creativity and compassion.
Jack Lenor Larsen
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