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  • Michael Brenson | PennDesign
    Arts Michael Brenson Senior Critic Biography B A Rutgers University English M A Johns Hopkins University Creative Writing Ph D Johns Hopkins University Art History Independent critic Art critic New York Times 1982 91 Curated exhibitions of Magdalena Abakanowicz P S 1 1993 Ryoji Koie Gallery at Takashimaya 1994 and Jonathan Silver Sculpture Center 1995 Publications include Visionaries and Outcasts The NEA Congress and the Place of the Visual Artist in America 2001 Sol LeWitt Concrete Block Structures 2002 Acts of Engagement Writings on Art Criticism and Institutions 1993 2002 2004 edited with Mary Jane Jacob Conversations at the Castle Changing Audiences and Contemporary Art 1998 edited with Rhea Anastas Witness to Her Art Art and Writings by Adrian Piper Mona Hatoum Cady Noland Jenny Holzer Kara Walker Daniela Rossell and Eau de Cologne 2006 museum catalogues on Elizabeth Catlett Mel Edwards Alberto Giacometti Gillian Jagger Maya Lin Juan Muñoz Martin Puryear and David Smith and numerous other essays on modern and contemporary sculpture public art art criticism and contemporary art and its institutions Getty Scholar 1999 University of Wisconsin Art Institute Interdisciplinary Artist in Residence 2004 Guggenheim Fellow 2008 Sculpture faculty Bard College s Milton Avery Graduate School of

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/people/michael-brenson (2015-10-17)
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  • David Humphrey | PennDesign
    Biography B F A Maryland Institute College of Art Baltimore M A New York University New York Painter Awards include National Endowment for the Arts 1987 1995 Recipent of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Thomas B Clarke prize from the National Academy of Design 2002 The Rome Prize American Academy in Rome Recent Solo Exhibitions include Solomon Projects Atlanta Defrosted a life of Walt Disney in collaboration with Adam Cvijanovic Postmasters NY Lux Institute Encinitas CA Keith Talent Gallery London Parisian Laundry Montreal Parisian Laundry Montreal Amaya Gallery Miami FL Solomon Projects Atlanta GA Fredric Snitzer Gallery Miami FL Snowman in Love Triple Candie NY Team ShaG I Space Chicago Next of Kin Rebecca Ibel Gallery Columbus OH Oven Stuffer Roaster Morsel NY Brent Sikkema New York NY Both Less and More paintings and sculpture Littlejohn Contemporary NY Curated Exhibiitons include In a Violet Distance Studio Zurcher NY 2010 Horizon EFA Gallery NY 2006 19 Penises Visual Aids 2006 Life and Limb Feigen Contemporary NY 2005 When I Think About You I Touch Myself New York Academy of Art New York NY 2004 Tricky Adios Hello to Handmade Words KS Art New York 2002 Fhuh Promiscuously Subarticulate Paintings Fishtank New

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/people/david-humphrey (2015-10-17)
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  • Mary Reid Kelley | PennDesign
    stylized videos Performing as a First World War soldier a grisette in revolutionary Paris or the Minotaur she resurrects characters that embody particular facets of ideas in time Her historically specific tableaux enclose dilemmas of mortality sex and estrangement navigated by the characters in punning dialogue that traps them between tragic and comic meanings Her video works are made with the collaboration of her partner artist Patrick Kelley who films the work and constructs their detailed digital sets The videos have been exhibited at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston Rose Art Museum Yale University Art Gallery Dorsky Art Museum at SUNY New Paltz Austin Contemporary Wexner Center for the Arts MACRO Rome SITE Santa Fe Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia ZKM Museum of Contemporary Art in Karlsruhe Germany Fredericks Freiser in New York Susanne Vielmetter Projects in Los Angeles and Pilar Corrias Gallery in London The video works are in the public collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Yale University Art Gallery Mary Reid Kelley has received a CAA Visual Arts Fellowship Rema Hort Mann Foundation Grant and Joseph H Hazen Rome Prize In 2011 the making of The Syphilis of Sisyphus was

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/people/mary-reid-kelley (2015-10-17)
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  • Walid Raad | PennDesign
    and Staff Alumni Search form Search Undergraduate Graduate Program Work People Curriculum Resources Events Blog Apply Share Share via Email Fine Arts Walid Raad Senior Critic http www theatlasgroup org B F A Rochester Institute of Techology 1989 M A Ph D University of Rochester Cultural and Visual Studies 1993 1996 respectively Walid Raad is a contemporary media artist The Atlas Group is a fictional collective the work of which is produced by Walid Raad His works to date include video photography and literary essays All in one way or another deal with the contemporary history of Lebanon with particular emphasis on the wars in Lebanon between 1975 to 1991 The work is also often concerned with the representation of traumatic events of collective historical dimensions and the ways film video and photography function as documents of physical and psychological violence He is also a member of the Arad Image Foundation His works have been exhibited at Documenta 11 Kassel The Venice Biennale Venice The Whitney Biennial New York The Ayloul Festival Beirut Lebanon Home Works curated by Ashkal Alwan Beirut Lebanon and numerous other festivals in Europe the Middle East and North America He lives and works in New

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/people/walid-raad-1 (2015-10-17)
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  • Yasmil Raymond | PennDesign
    Share via Email Fine Arts Yasmil Raymond Senior Critic Yasmil Raymond is curator of the Dia Art Foundation She recently organized a presentation of historical works by Franz Erhard Walther for Dia Beacon and a three part exhibition of work by Koo Jeong A at Dia at the Hispanic Society Dia Beacon and the Dan Flavin Art Institute Prior to Dia Raymond was a curator in the Visual Arts department at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis from 2004 to 2009 During her tenure at the Walker she organized the first American exhibitions of works by artists Tomás Saraceno 2009 and Tino Sehgal 2007 She also organized the group exhibitions Abstract Resistance 2010 Statements Beuys Flavin Judd 2009 and co curated with Doryun Chong Brave New Worlds 2007 In collaboration with Philippe Vergne Raymond co curated Kara Walker My Complement My Enemy My Oppressor My Love 2007 which premiered at the Walker and toured nationally and internationally winning the 2008 award for the Best Monographic Museum Show Nationally from the International Association of Art Critics She received a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MA from the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/people/yasmil-raymond (2015-10-17)
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  • A.L. Steiner | PennDesign
    video installation collage collaboration performance writing and curatorial work as seductive tropes channeled through the sensibility of a skeptical queer ecofeminist androgyne Steiner s a collective member of Chicks on Speed co curator of Ridykeulous co founder of Working Artists and the Greater Economy W A G E and collaborates with numerous visual and performing artists Steiner is based in Los Angeles and is MFA Faculty at Bard College in

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/people/al-steiner (2015-10-17)
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  • Tavares Strachan | PennDesign
    College of the Bahamas in Nassau and at Brown University he received a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design where he studied glass and an MFA in sculpture from Yale University Recurring themes in Strachan s work include invisibility displacement both physical and metaphorical and the capacity of both persons and matter to withstand inhospitable environments Strachan s work emphasizes the migratory cross cultural nature of contemporary artistic production and unsettles canonized histories and geographies One of Strachan s most iconic projects The Distance Between What We Have and What We Want 2006 consisted of a 4 5 ton block of ice Harvested in a river near Mount McKinley then shipped Federal Express to the Bahamas it was exhibited in transparent freezer at a primary school in Nassau where solar power kept it frozen Over the past decade Strachan s explorations have expanded to both outer space and under water A major focus has been orthostatic tolerance the body s ability to circumvent hypotension and withstand pressure during gravitational stress often caused by quick changes of altitude or the more extreme circumstances of being launched into the earth s stratosphere or submerged to the oceans depths Last year a 20 000 square foot overview of Strachan s work from 2003 2011 subtitled Seen Unseen was presented at an undisclosed New York City location and was closed to the public Tavares Strachan seen unseen is fully documented with a forthcoming catalogue designed by Stefan Sagmeister Strachan s solo exhibitions include Orthostatic Tolerance It Might Not Be Such a Bad Idea if I Never Went Home Again MIT List Visual Arts Center Cambridge MA 2010 Orthostatic Tolerance Launching from an Infinite Distance Grand Arts Kansas City MO 2010 Tavares Strachan Orthostatic Tolerance the Institute of Contemporary Art University of Pennsylvania

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/people/tavares-strachan (2015-10-17)
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  • Alexi Worth | PennDesign
    Work People Curriculum Resources Events Blog Apply Share Share via Email Fine Arts Alexi Worth Senior Critic http www alexiworth com Alexi Belsey Worth has had solo exhibitions with the Elizabeth Harris Bill Maynes and DC Moore galleries among others Recent group exhibitions include Open Windows curated by Carroll Dunham at the Addison Gallery in Andover MA Private Future curated by Michael Cline at Mark Jancou NY and In A Violet Distance curated by David Humphey at Zurcher Studio NY He has received awards from the Guggenheim Foundation the Tiffany Foundation and the New England Foundation for the Arts He is currently represented by DC Moore where his next solo show is scheduled for spring 2013 In addition to his painting Worth has written about art for The New Yorker Artforum T magazine Art in America ARTnews Slate and other magazines He has written catalog texts for artists such as Martha Armstrong Carroll Dunham David Humphrey James Hyde Susan Jennings Jackie Saccoccio George Nick Jim Nutt and Philip Pearlstein Worth has taught at various BFA and MFA programs including the University of Pennsylvania and the Yale School of Art Born and raised in New York City he attended Yale University

    Original URL path: http://www.design.upenn.edu/fine-arts/graduate/people/alexi-worth (2015-10-17)
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