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David Antin is a poet, critic and performance artist. His background includes undergraduate work in science and languages with graduate work in linguistics at New York University (special project was the language structure of Gertrude Stein). He has edited and translated several science and math books and has pursued a career as a poet since 1955 and that of an art critic since 1964. He also...
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An artist/filmmaker working for many years in installation, photography, video, film, performance, drawing and writing, Antin has an international reputation. She has had one woman exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum, the Wadsworth Atheneum, the La Jolla Museum (now the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art), the Long Beach Museum, etc., as well as a major 30-year...
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Harold Cohen studied painting at the Slade School of Fine Arts in London, and taught there for several years before joining the Visual Arts Department in 1968. His work as a painter has been exhibited widely both in galleries and in major museums. During the 'sixties he represented Great Britain in the Venice Biennale, Documenta 3, the Paris Biennale, the Carnegie International and many...
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Steve Fagin (http://stevefagin.net) a is Professor of Visual Arts at the University of California, San Diego, and has produced a series of feature length videos including The Amazing Voyage of Gustave Flaubert and Raymond Roussel, The Machine That Killed Bad People and TropiCola. These films have been featured prominently at...
Professor Emeritus Manny Faber who served on the full-time faculty from 1970 to 1987, died August 18, 2008, at his home in Leucadia, California. He was 91. For further details, see: Obituary of August 21st, 2008... Artist Manny Farber's career a celebration of details... Manny Farber has pursued dual careers as a film critic and painter since 1941. Farber served as the film critic for The...
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Claudio Fenner-López initially "discovered" the arts via studies in Architecture, UC Berkeley, and after Korean War service, he continued on to a BA in Theatre Arts and MA in Film and Television at UCLA. Prior to joining UCSD in 1973, Fenner-López was writer-producer-director of films for the Franciscan Communications Center, Los Angeles, designing productions for,...
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The Harrisons have been collaborating as artists since the early seventies. Since the mid-eighties they have done a large part of their work in Europe and have recently completed a book on the future of the European landscape, commissioned by the Schweisfurth Foundation of Munich and Hannover 2000, entitled Grüne Landschaften, Vision: Die Welt als Garten, published by Campus Verlag,...
Professor Emeritus Allan Kaprow who served on the full-time faculty from 1974 to 1993, died April 5, 2006, at his home in Encinitas, California. He was 78 and died of natural causes. For further details, click here. A memorial celebration was held on Saturday, June 3, 2006, from 3-6pm in the Visual Arts...
Standish Lawder attended Williams College and the University of Mexico as an undergraduate, studied at the University of Munich, and received his PhD in art history from Yale University where his thesis dealt with relationships between modern art and film during the teens and 20's. He has also written on other aspects of film history, principally Griffith, Eisenstein, and the German...
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Kim MacConnel received his BA from UCSD in 1969 and MFA in 1972. He has taught in the Visual Arts Department in various capacities between 1976 and 1980, and permanently since 1987. He has been represented by the Holly Solomon Gallery in New York since 1975, and is one of the founders of the so-called Pattern and Decoration movement. His work has been exhibited in the Whitney Museum of...