Multimedia — Oct 28, 2010

MFA Lecture: Wallace Whitney

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Bronx-based painter Wallace Whitney gives an MFA in Visual Studies Lecture.

Bronx-based painter Wallace Whitney gives an MFA in Visual Studies Lecture as part of the 2010-2011 Graduate Visiting Artist Lecture Series.

Wallace Whitney is a Bronx-based artist who makes large gestural/atmospheric paintings that recall the aesthetic of New York School painting. His work has been featured internationally in galleries such as Rowland Contemporary, Chicago; David Krut Projects, New York; CANADA, New York; and Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York.

In addition to being a working artist, Wallace Whitney is an adjunct professor of painting at the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. Whitney is also a co-founder and current co-director of CANADA, an artist-run art gallery located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.

Introduction by Arnold Kemp, Chair, MFA in Visual Studies. Swigert Commons, Pacific Northwest College of Art. Presenting sponsor: ZGF Architects LLP

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