Geraldine Visco CV

Geraldine Visco CV



2002 to 2005: Columbia University, Journalism School

M.S. in Journalism. 1988 to 1990:  Columbia University, School of the Arts

MFA in Writing. 1983 to 1987:  Columbia University, School of General Studies

BA, Major:  Literature/Writing.

1978-1980: Fashion Institute of Technology

AAS in Fashion Buying and Marketing.  Fashion marketing and design courses.


Photographs published in New York Magazine, New York Press, the Village Voice, The Villager, Gay City News, Chelsea Clinton News, Our Town, West Side Spirit, Front Desk, Between the Lines, Beyond Race.


Group Shows

October 2010 The Real World, Gallery U, Montclair, NJ

September 2010 Opening, Gallery U, Royal Oak, MI

July 2010 Midsummer’s Night, Gallery U, Montclair, NJ

May 2010 Promenade, Gallery U, Montclair, NJ

April 2010, Atonement, Gallery U, Montclair, NJ

February 2010 Infamous, Gallery U, Montclair, NJ

January 2010 Suburbia-land Gallery U, Montclair, NJ

February 2009 Artflux Gallery, NYC

April 14, 2009 “Disappearing Acts” at Envoy Enterprises, NYC



Articles published in New York Press (weekly events column, Bash Compactor, and feature stories on the arts and nightlife), The New York Sun, Beyond Race, $pread Magazine, Quarto, Adobe Anthology, Columbia Review, Columbia Spectator, Gay City News, New York Blade, The Villager, The West Sider, New York Megaphone, West Side Spirit, Chelsea Clinton News, Our Town

Organized and chaired panel entitlted “Boy/Girl Either/or or None of the Above,” at New York University’s colloquium, Man Enough: An Interdisciplinary New York University Graduate Student Colloquium on Masculinity, October 17, 2008.


Actor and model, appearing in Woody Allen’s 1977 film “Stardust Memories.”

Appeared in “The Odd Dozen” July 2008, directed by Tommy Smith and Reggie Watts. Model and muse in “Fags Hags & Wannabees” photography show at artandobjects September 2008.


Appeared at Dixon Place in the full-length show “Gerrification” in 2009 and 2010, Chantal’s House of Shame in Berlin, Cafe Five15 in Detroit, Queen Vic with Epiphany Get Paid, Issue Project Room, the Slipper Room, Peepshow Burlesque at Paddy Reilly’s, Sex Worker Literati at Happy Ending, the Inner Beauty Parlor curated by Joseph Keckler at Envoy Enterprises Gallery, the Parkside Lounge, and the Sex Worker Literati Series at Happy Ending.


Poetry: “On Keeping Iguanas Loose in the Home (The Ballad of Little Big Sur)”; “Bow to Bullseye”; and “A little Puccini, a little Pirandello: Tragedia at Leonardo da Vinci”, published in The Columbia Review, Spring 1999.


Bras and Girdles, published in Quarto, 1994, New York City. Look Alike, a short story published in the Adobe Anthology, Spring 1993, San

Francisco, CA.


Readings of fiction and poetry at the Knitting Factory 1998 and 1999, Coffee Shop, November 1995; the Squire, May 1994; Canio’s Bookstore in Sag Harbor, LI, June 1992; the Nite Cafe, 1988, 1989, 1990.

Interview with Nitzer Ebb, February 27, 1992 edition of the Columbia University Spectator.



Radio host and producer for WKCR FM in New York City. Interviews with Lydia Lunch, Anita Thomas (widow of Hunter S. Thompson), Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and Marie Losier, David Del Tredici, Clayton Patterson, Nicole Blackman, Neil Medlyn, Rob Roth and Michael Cavadias, La John Joseph, Joseph Keckler, Rumi Missabu, Chavissa Woods, Jess Barbagallo and Laryssa Husiak, Kim Calder, Daniel Lukes, Penny Arcade.