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December 24, 2006

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Merry Christmas, Leila. I am so fortunate to have met your dad. Thank you for sharing his life.

This is great, Leila. Happiest of holidays to you and your family. What a lovely gift this is for all.

Following the link in your story, the full show is called "The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama." It is currently at LUMA Chicago through 1/15/07 and it will be at the Rubin Museum of Art in NYC 3/3/07-9/4/07.

For more info: http://gallery.tmpp.org/gallery/en/venues/index.jsp

I look forward to hearing your father soon!

With love,
Eva

Thank you, Eva, I didn't find this link when I first put up the post last night.

Now, traveling through your link, I discover a map of the gallery floors - this show is enormous, includes Laurie Anderson, Bill Viola and Jenny Holzer among many, many others.

When we found the David and Hi-jin Hodge room and clicked on the artist link (a blue square), a picture comes up including a portrait of my father (lower right hand corner).

So my dad is immortalized in a show with some of the greatest contemporary video and installation artists of our time. I am staggered.

The red dots in the Hodge room show pictures of the I-pod installation, so you get an idea of how the set-up looks.

http://gallery.tmpp.org/gallery/en/virtual/TMPP.ORG-high-tour.jsp

Eva, sorry to say but the show left L.A. in October and doesn't seem to be scheduled for the West Coast again. We'll have to meet in New York to see it next year, Insha'allah.

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