I went to the Tate Modern last week. It has the perfect spot for Flood Wall.

On inquiry I was given a document that said:

“Exhibition proposals may be sent to Paul McAree in Exhibitions and Displays at the Tate Modern. All proposals will be considered by curatorial staff, however, it must be stressed that submissions from artists to exhibit their work at the Tate Modern are rarely included in the programme.”


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    • ladyleilam on May 4, 2006 at 5:46 pm
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    Hay Jana,

    The tate will come to you if you still want it in the future.It is just a matter of time and spreading the word. Will keep my eyes and ears wide open for spaces in England. Stay brilliant and see you soon. X

    • EL on January 26, 2007 at 6:50 pm
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    Each time I see or hear anything relating to N’Orleans I think of you and during the Katrina months I thought of you a lot. I wondered how you and your artistic output were going. I never actually knew what your own art was like. Well now I have some idea. I love your wall of drawers piece and think it would work really well in the Tate modern. Even using just my imagination I get a really powerful evocation of the kind of profound impact an installation like this would have.
    ‘Top drawer’ as we say in England.

    Great to see you’re still doing great things. Good luck with the Tate.

    Best wishes, Elliott.

    (English fella, was assistant to photographer Evan Hurd and stayed at your flat in french quarter when Jeffrey Madison & James Magowan were there during the early 90s. You visited us once at a squat near Portobello Rd.)

    • pflanagan on February 4, 2007 at 12:58 pm
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    As a fellow MCA graduate–class of ’64–I have to express my pride in your “Floodwall”. I worry everyday about all my classmates and friends who lived near MCA until Katrina’s terrible visit. Thank you for using your creative genius once again! Patty Spokes Flanagan

    • EL on February 13, 2007 at 11:44 pm
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