||December 4, 2000. The new web site regarding KioskShop Project Berlin is online.
October 1, 2000. After a whole year of unsuccessful foundraising activities in NYC for DeliGrocery Project 2000, Semjon decided to return to Berlin to start with an interim project, the KioskLaden Projekt. Before the end of the year 2000 a store front will be rented in the neighborhood of his galerist, Markus Richter, in Berlin-Mitte. The opening of KioskShop Projekt is planned to take place in fall 2001. A special project web site will be installed. Please check for updates.
September 22, 2000. "Kiosk, w.i.p." is shown at the exhibition "still still" in the project room of Galerie Markus Richter, Berlin
June 21, 2000. "Rose Garden" is part of the exhibition "Eden revisited" at Islip Museum, Islip, NY. Opening on June 23, 2000
May 12, 2000. "Rose Garden" by H. N. Semjon at netsetgoods
Thursday, May 18th, 2000
8 -12 pm
"Rose Garden" is H.N. Semjon's newest interim art project in NYC while working on the DeliGrocery Project 2000. Semjon has created nine living rose plant sculptures. They are part of the artist's series "Holy Fauna". Being planted in a sculpted red beeswax form, the rose plants will grow and flourish. Each "Rose Sculpture" has its own iron stand. All nine "Rose Sculptures" form an environment which the artist calls "Rose Garden".
Semjon will place this installation on various contrasting locations throughout the city to experience its impact and the reactions by the people.
April 30, 2000. H. N. Semjon is invited to show artworks at Alfred Dunhill windows on Madison Avenue. This show is part of the event "Fashion meets Art" on uptown Madison Avenue.
May 1 till May 6, 2000. 846 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10021
H. N. Semjon will show a series of nine Structural Drawings, Product Sculptures ("Dunhill Shirt No. 1" and Dunhill fragrance collection No. 1") and two photographs ("Grocery (w.i.p.), still life No. 1" and "Kiosk (w.i.p.), still life No. 2").
February 12, 2000. Glenn Rice (NY) was appointed as Project Manager.
February 3, 2000. Opening of the exhibition "multiple bodies" at Limelight with participation of H. N. Semjon.
January, 2000. Nomination for the Cultural Grant of the Rema Hort Mann Foundation (NY). The decision will be announced in Spring/Summer 2000 by the Board of the Rema Hort Mann Foundation.
January 29, 2000. Opening of 7, fashion and art store, at 180 Orchard street; e.g. designer RubinChapelle, Markus Huemer and Benjamin Cho. Each designer was represented through an artist. RubinChapelle was represented by Berte Fischer and H. N. Semjon with each an artwork. 7 is a fashion and art store, designed and opened by 'eye in the sky', a group of young designers, artists and entrepreneurs (John Demas, Calvin Yee, Gregory Gumo, Joseph Quantana and Stephen Tseng). The show is open for a week.
January 20, 2000. H. N. Semjon will participate the group show "multiple bodies" at LL Gallery @ Limelight in NYC, presenting a DeliGrocery-related installation of Product Sulptures in two refrigerators. Opening on February 3, 2000.
January 7, 2000. Article on DeliGrocery Project 2000 with an interview with the artist in the German newspaper "Die Welt".
December 1999. Article on DeliGrocery Project 2000 in "Surface Magazine" No. 21. A PDF-file (2.1 MB) will be available here until May 15, 2000. For reading this file Adobe Acrobat Reader is required.