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Daniel Heyman: Attention
The Artist-in-Residence Program
On view in the Jaffe-Friede Gallery this fall Daniel Heyman presents 5 monumental print projects as well as sketches and studies that lead to their creation. In 3 of the projects Heyman explores non-traditional supports for prints, most notably wood veneer and plaster.
Artists are chosen by a Studio Art faculty committee and exhibit their work in the Jaffe-Friede Gallery. The Studio Art Department produces a catalog of the exhibition and provides studio space and living accommodations for the artist.
Current Exhibition and Residency
I am currently the Artist-In Residence at Darthmonth College until November 27.If you are near Hanover, New Hampshire, please stop by the Visiting Artist Center
in the Black Family Visual Arts Center and say hello. More importantly, please stop by the in the Hopkins Center and see my exhibition,
"Daniel Heyman: Attention."
The Jaffe-Friende gallery is open Monday--Friday, 12:30 -10pm; Saturdays and Sundays 12:30 -5pm.
I went to Dartmouth as an undergraduate, and it is a wonderful privilege to be back.
The college has grown and has never looked better and felt more diverse and inclusive.
The art department located in the new Black Family Visual Arts Center is absolutely beautiful, and must be a pleasure to both teach and learn in -- its all a far cry from the cramped
little attic painting studio that was here when I was an undergraduate.
The Artist-in-Residence studio, an enormous cube on the third floor, has a 25' tall wall of glass over looking a new arts quad containing an enormous Louise Bourgeois Spider, the Hood Museum, the Hopkins Center for the Arts and the hills of Vermont beyond. Hanging on the exterior of the Hop hangs Ellsworth Kelly's radiantly joyful sculpture, The Dartmouth Panels, which look back at me as I work.
And now with the fall colors appearing, I cannot imagine a more perfect spot to be for a few months.
April 3, 2013 - May 26, 2013
Brown University, Providence, RI
David Winton Bell Gallery
Daniel Heyman: I am Sorry it is Difficult to Start
May 3, 2013 - June 14, 2013
Flagler College, St. Augustine, FL
Crisp Ellert Art Museum
Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring
Cade Tompkins Projects
Summer Fall Winter Spring
September 8 - October 27, 2012
Read the Recent Review
by Renee Doucette in "Collect"
Saturday, September 8
5:00 to 8:00 pm
198 Hope Street
Providence Rhode Island 02906
(Entrance on Fones Alley between Angell and Waterman)
April 3–May 26, 2013
Art New England
by Anya Ventura
April 10, 2013
Crisp-Ellert Museum Presents Daniel Heyman
April 9, 2013
Brown University's Bell Gallery
Examines War in Iraq
April 9, 2013
What’s Up At Boston Area Galleries
The Boston Globe
April 3, 2013
Philip Eil, At Brown,
Torture in Watercolor
March 31, 2013
Bill Van Siclen,
Daniel Heyman’s Portraits Get Inside the Horrors of the Iraq War
The Providence Journal
Recent Collections and Acquisitions
Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Columbia University
Brown University, David Winton Bell Gallery
Beinecke Rare Books and Manuscripts Library, Yale University: Re d acted (5 of 8, 2011).
Graphic Arts Collection, Princeton University Library: Re d acted (1 of 8, 2011). Photos and description on their blog
Getty Research Institute Library: Re d acted (2 of 8, 2011).
Rauner Special Collections Library, Dartmouth College. Re d acted (3 of 8, 2011). Although "Re d acted" isn't pictured (yet), Rauner Library's blog is a fun read for rare book lovers.
PODCASTS & OTHER MEDIA
Monday April 9th 2012
Interview on Libby Rosof and Robertas Fallon's artblog radio
Spring 2011, Laband Gallery, Loyola Marymount University, "Bearing Witness" exhibition.
AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS
2010 Guggenheim Fellow in Fine Arts
2009 Pew Fellow in the Arts
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