biografia di Allan D'ARCANGELO (1930-1998)

Birth place: Buffalo, NY

Addresses: Kenoza Lake, NY (early 1970s-on)

Profession: Painter

Studied: Univ. Buffalo, 1953, A.B. (history); City College New York; Mexico City College, 1957-59

Exhibited: Fischbach Gal., NYC, 1963 (1st solo); WFNY, 1964 (mural); "American Landscape Painting," MoMA Traveling Exhib., USA & Spoleto, Italy, 1964; "Two Decades of American Painting," Japan, India & Australia, 1966; "New Forms," Stadelijk Mus., Amsterdam, Holland 1966; WMAA, 1967, 1969; "Environment USA," Sao Paulo Biennial, Brazil, 1967; "L'art Vivant Americain," Foundation Maeght, St. Paul de Vence, France, 1969; Marlborough Gal., NYC, 1970s. Awards: artist-in-residence, Aspen Inst. Humanistic Studies, 1965 & 1967; NIAL award, 1970.

Member: SAGA; City Walls Inc.

Work: WMAA; MoMA; Albright-Knox Mus., Buffalo; Gemeenee Mus., The Hague, Netherlands; MoMA Nagaoka, Japan.

Comments: A painter of the Pop Art movement whose works also shared an affinity with hard edge minimalism. His subjects often included highways and road signs. He died of leukemia. Teaching: Sch Visual Arts, NYC, 1963-68, 1982-92; Cornell Univ, 1968; Brooklyn College, 1973-92.

Sources: WW73; Dienst, Pop Art (R. Bechtold, 1965); N. Calas , Art in the Age of Risk (1968) & N Calas, Icons & Images of the Sixties (Dutton, 1971); obit. New York Times (Dec. 23, 1998)

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