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Born, Brooklyn, NY; Painting Scholarship while in high school at the Museum of Modern Art, NY, 1955-1956; BFA cum laude, Pratt Institute, 1963 

 

Over Fifty solo shows since 1971 in Galleries such as: Tibor de Nagy, NY; Hal Bromm, NY; Julian Pretto, NY; Newark Museum, NJ; Eaton Fine Art, West Palm Beach, FL; Farideh Cadot, Paris; American Center, Paris; and Arnaud Lefebvre, Paris.

 

Over two hundred group shows since 1963 in Galleries such as Tibor de Nagy; Hal Bromm; Stable; Paula Cooper; Dwan; Hirschl & Adler; Eaton Fine Art, West Palm Beach, Florida; School of Visual Arts; Parker 470, Boston; Banco Galleria, Brescia Italy, Lesley Heller Workspace, NY; Minus Space, B’klyn, NY Institutes and museums such as Vancouver Art Gallery; Museum of Modern Art, NY; Storm King Art Center; Newark Museum; Whitney Museum; Smithsonian; Stadtische Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf, Germany; Hirshhorn Museum, DC; Institute of Contemporary Art, PA; Pratt Institute, NY; Boca Raton Museum, FL; Grey Art Gallery, NYU; FIAC, Paris; Wadsworth Athenaeum, CT; U. of Mass., Amherst; U.S. Mission to the United Nations; Fort Zachary Taylor State Park, Key West, FL; PS1, LIC,NY; Anderson Gallery, U of Buffalo, NY; Whitworth Art Gallery, University of Manchester, England; "Architectures/Dessins/Utopies", CNAP France;  Muzeul National de Arta Contemporana, Bucharest; Albright-Knox Museum, Buffalo

 

Over One Hundred Seventy reviews, articles, catalogs and book inclusions such as Conceptual Art, Ursula Meyer, EP Dutton, 1972; "Rosemarie Castoro: Working Out", Lucy Lippard, ArtForum, Summer, 1975; Hilton Kramer, NY Times, June 25, 1976; “Gesture as Object”, Carter Ratcliff, Art in America, Jan/Feb 1979; "The Flashers on Third Avenue", Alan Mirabella, Daily News, May 7, 1984; CNAC Magazine, Sept., 1986, Paris; Flash Art International, March-April, 1990; "Ethereal Concrete Flasher", NY Times, June l3, 1996; Catherine Millet, Art Press, June, 1999; “Out of the Box”, Carter Ratcliff, 2000; “Writings-Écrits”, Arnaud Lefebvre,  publisher 2004;  “Subversive SpacesWhitworth Art Gallery, University of Manchester, England 2009;  “Architectures/Dessins/Utopies”, Cahiers #8, Works from the Centre National Des Arts Plastiques, Paris, 2011 

 

Public and Corporate collections including MoMA; Newark Museum; University Art Museum, Berkeley; Boca Raton Museum, FL; Goldman Sachs; Bank of America; Greenwich Library; J.P. Morgan Private Bank: Chase; Merrill Lynch;  Lintas/World Wide; Centre National Des Arts Plastiques, Paris, France; General Services Administration, Washington, DC and “Craven’s World”, Anderson Gallery, U. of Buffalo, NY


Visiting teaching and lecturing including Boston Museum School of Art; Syracuse University; U of Colorado, Boulder; Pratt  Institute, Brooklyn, NY; Hunter College, NY; U. of C., Berkeley; California State University, Fresno; The Art Institute, Chicago, Il; American University, Corciano, PG, Italy .

 

Grants including Art in Embassies 1969; Guggenheim Fellowship, 1971; NYS Council on the Arts, 1972, 1974; National Endowment for the Arts, 1975, 1985; Tiffany Foundation, 1977; Pollock-Krasner Foundation, 1989, 1998

 

November 3, 2013