https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQhVE2gmN54
We did an interview with Michael Foster and what we have discovered describes a Behind the Scenes Joan Snitzer, co-chair and director of the visual arts program in the Art History department at Barnard that the world unsuspectingly will not know except for this video message interview.
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Joan Snitzer | Artists | Feminist | Barnard | Art History | A.I.R. Galary
00:18: On Joan Snitzer:
A Contemporary feminist artists: In my opinion Ms Snitzer is the flip-side of a disgruntled homeless Dark Skin single mother who never found a place in the sophisticated world of feminism totalitarianism. The practical result of Joan's own doing. Joan Snitzer has an arch-way of thinking. She is never in the Real-Real, nor the Practical-Real. Ms Snitzer is profoundly always, more often, unless when asleep, consciously in her Virtual-Real. Contemporary therefore is that excuse in a word which provides a widow for Ms. Joan Snitzer to act as though she is in a real world whenever the presence is real enough. By that I mean nothing can out-fake the Real-Real, even the best of an individual's Virtual-Real. Artists? Joan in my opinion is a Mirrored-Art-insignia. This may be a compliment. But by no means she's consistent with the Real-Real or Practical-Real any live/active artist lives as an existential experience. I once had a client Mrs. German who's the official psychologist to members of the Metropolitan Opera.
Each Thursday she would join a wealthy friend an expensive Lincoln center penthouse and they would spend time producing uploads of splats on canvases, at times they would splat themselves with paint and anything that comes to mind including compromising the eventual art by stepping unto the wet surface by laying the canvas on to the floor.
I went on to create a show displaying this art for one week at The Lafayette Grill & Bar 54 Franklin st.
Most of the art could not entertain a name or title. Those that could I needed at times to turn them up-side-down to engender a reasonable honest title response to make it easier on the eyes of her audience or herself.
The Practicality of being an artist intertwines with the life and quality of the individual who attempts to dispose of his or her art for whatever reason - in hopes it would bring to fruition a practical but abstract REAL.
A individual who's constantly in a Virtual-Real is not an artists. Hence "Mirrored...

00:23 About A.I.R.
The air gallery located in brooklyn: Sometimes ago I, Cautioned this Gallery to cease from display of Ms Snitzer at all costs. The benign personality of a lone individual who's adamantly persuaded that her creative side is a collection of any audience's virtual attraction. The display of ART must remain consistent with the actual REAL-REAL and more of the Practical-Real. Displaying art consistent of intermittent Virtual-Real is nothing but a lie, and a SLAP in the face to Real-Artists who spend most of their lives, time and money in developing Practical-Art that is all of contemporary, abstract, modern, sophisticated, architectural but not Virtual.

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On April 17, 2017 a Torts - Other (In) case was filed by Carolina Gildred, represented by Rafkin, Seth Alan, against Michael Foster, represented by Figeroux, Brian, Foster, Michael, in the jurisdiction of New York County, NY.  Joan Snitzer Barnard Edu. Artist feminist, Art History New York Barnard Professon In TOM GILDRED San Diego Infidelity Catch and Kill FMT Consultants CEO Wife infidelity Catch & Kill www.joansnitzer.com Fredric Snitzer Gallery Bat-Ami Rivlin.
Writings to be discussed include texts by Lambros Malafouris, Isabelle Graw, Mignon Nixon, and an interview with

Gabriel Orozco, Benjamin H. D. Buchloh, Carrie Lambert-Beatty and Megan Sullivan.

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Case Number(Subscribe to View) Track Case ChangesFiling DateApril 17, 2017Last RefreshedJanuary 04, 2021Filing LocationNew York County, NYFiling Court HouseNew York County Supreme CourtJudgeLouis Nock Track Judge’s New CasesCategoryTorts - Other (In)Practice AreaTortsMatter TypeGeneral TortsMatter TypeDisposedCase Cycle Time1009 daysTime To Management296 daysTime To Trial1004 daysTime to First Dissmisal Order1113 daysVerdict

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Hearing PRELIM CONFERENCE ADJOURNED
IAS PRELIMINARY CONFERENCE 7
11:00AM

Judge: LEBOVITS, GERALD

Hearing ADJOURNED (Motion #002)
E-FILING SUBMISSIONS CALENDAR
9:30AM ORAL ARGUMENT

Judge: LEBOVITS, GERALD

Motion SUMMARY JUDGMENT (Motion #002)
Decided: 12/06/2017SEE DECISION Before Justice: LEBOVITS, GERALD
Answer demanded: No

Judge: LEBOVITS, GERALD

Motion STRIKE A PLEADING (Motion #005)
Decided: 11/26/2018SEE DECISION Before Justice: LEBOVITS, GERALD
Answer demanded: No

Judge: LEBOVITS, GERALD

Hearing FULLY SUBMITTED (Motion #001)
E-FILING SUBMISSIONS CALENDAR

Judge: LEBOVITS, GERALD

Motion DISMISS (Motion #001)
Decided: 09/25/2017SEE DECISION Before Justice: LEBOVITS, GERALD
Answer demanded: Yes

Judge: LEBOVITS, GERALD

Motion SUMMARY JUDGMENT (Motion #004)
Decided: 06/25/2018SEE DECISION Before Justice: LEBOVITS, GERALD
Answer demanded: Yes

Judge: LEBOVITS, GERALD

Motion RENEWAL (Motion #006)
Decided: 01/22/2020SEE DECISION Before Justice: NOCK, LOUIS L.
Answer demanded: No

Judge: NOCK, LOUIS L.

Motion SUMMARY JUDGMNT/LIEU COMPLAINT (Motion #003)
Decided: 04/12/2018SEE DECISION Before Justice: LEBOVITS, GERALD
Answer demanded: No

Judge: LEBOVITS, GERALD

Hearing PRELIM CONFERENCE ADJOURNED
IAS PRELIMINARY CONFERENCE 7
11:00AM

Judge: LEBOVITS, GERALD

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