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artist’s biography

curat or’ s bi og raphy

Robert Sussman was born in the Bronx, New York, in 1943. He studied at the Art

Thomas Nozkowski is a painter who has had over sixty one-person shows of his work

Students League, the Brooklyn Museum Art School, New York University, and The

since 1979. His most recent exhibitions include a show of new work at the Max

Cooper Union. In the seventies he helped to establish the Anonymous Artists of

Protetch Gallery (November, 2003) and a twenty-five year survey of his drawings at

America Cattle Ranch Inc., an artists’ commune in Red Wing, Colorado. After return-

the New York Studio School (January 2003). He is represented in the collections of

ing to New York, his work was shown in numerous exhibitions in the U.S. and Canada.

many museums including, The Addison Gallery of American Art, The Brooklyn

From 1985 to 1989 he was a member and president of the 55 Mercer Street Gallery,

Museum, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, The High Museum of Art, The Hirshhorn

a cooperative gallery in New York’s SoHo. During the late eighties and early nineties

Museum and Sculpture Garden, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of

he taught at the Parsons School of Design. In 1990 he participated in the Triangle

Modern Art, The Phillips Collection, and The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art,

Artists Workshop in Rhinebeck, New York. Articles about his paintings have appeared

among others. He is a Guggenheim Fellow and has received the American Academy

in Ocular Magazine, 1981; Fredag (Danish Magazine for Literature, Culture and

of Arts and Letters Award in Painting. He is Professor of Painting at the Mason Gross

Politics) November 1987 by Christian Juul Jessen; Hrymfaxe Kunsttidsskrift (Danish

School of the Arts at Rutgers University.

Art Magazine), March 1995, article by Lars Aagaard-Mogensen.

Robert Sussman: Curated by Thomas Nozkwoski  

Catalogue accompanying April 22 – May 29, 2004 exhibition

Robert Sussman: Curated by Thomas Nozkwoski  

Catalogue accompanying April 22 – May 29, 2004 exhibition

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