ARTISTS

CONTEMPORARY

Peter Brooke
Michael Canning
Lynne Clibanoff
Amze Emmons
Steven Ford
David Kelso
David Shapiro
Rachel Selekman
Donald Teskey
Shelley Thorstensen
Cheryl Warrick
New Artists

MODERN

Fred Becker
Morris Blackburn
Stanley William Hayter
Paul Keene
Thomas Lias
Helen Phillips
Judith Rothschild
Benton M. Spruance
Dox Thrash

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Lynne Clibanoff

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Lynne Clibanoff was born in 1944 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She received a Bachelor of Arts from Philadelphia College of Art in 1967, where she had the good fortune to study sculpture with Natalie Charkow and printmaking with Jerome Kaplan. Clibanoff has been making prints (screen prints and etchings), photographs (gelatin silver prints), and sculpture (paper and wood constructions) for more than forty years. Much of this work has been shown nationally in gallery and museum exhibitions.

A Ballinglen Arts Foundation Fellowship enabled Clibanoff to work for several months in 2004 and 2006 in Ballycastle, Co Mayo, Ireland where she found inspiration in the buildings designed by Peter Maxwell, co-founder of Ballinglen.

Clibanoff's work is represented in many collections including the Library of Congress, Museum of Modern Art, NYC, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Smith College Museum of Art, and Yale University Art Gallery.


EXHIBITIONS

2014 INK MIAMI, Miami, FL, represented by Dolan/Maxwell, Philadelphia, PA
2012 Gallery Joe
2006 Drawing Spaces, Gallery Joe, Philadelphia, PA
2005 Intelligent Design, Greystone Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2003 Lynne Clibanoff: 25 Years in Perspective, Franklyn G Burroughs/Simeon B Chapin Art Museum, Myrtle Beach, SC
2002 Lynne Clibanoff: 25 Years in Perspective, The Noyes Museum of Art, Oceanville, NJ
Boxed, Gallery Joe, Philadelphia PA
2000 Art in Boxes, The Noyes Museum of Art, Oceanville, NJ
1999 Cabinets, Gallery Joe, Philadelphia PA
Memory Boxes, Suzanne B Arnold Art Gallery, Anneville, PA
1989 Miniature Environments, Whitney Museum of American Art at Phillip Morris, New York, NY
1986 Cornell and his Legacy, ACA Gallery, New York, NY

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Co Mayo, Ireland
Free Library of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Library of Congress, Washington, DC
Palmer Museum of Art, Penn State Universitiy, University Park, PA
Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT

AWARDS

2006 Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Co Mayo, Ireland
2004 Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Co Mayo Ireland

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2002 Adelson, Fred B, The New York Times, (New Jersey edition, Arts &
Entertainment), Sunday, July 7 2002
2002 Sozanski, Edward, Full of Emptiness, the Philadelphia Inquirer, August 9, 2002
2000 Adelson, Fred B, Narrative Images, Alluring Works, The New York Times, (New Jersey edition), Nov 21 1999
1999 Sozanski, Edward,Eavocative Sculptures, Poetic Constructions, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Nov 21, 1999