Professor David Carbone of UAlbany's Department of Art will be touring with a lecture on "Gabriel Laderman, an Unconventional Realist in an Age of Abstraction." The lecture will first be given at the University of New Hampshire on December 3rd. He also will be a visiting artist-critic at the Kansas City Art Institute in November, where he will show his work and lecture on "Edwin Dickinson, A Man of Constant Sorrows."
Professor Carbone is currently in a three person show at The Painting Center in New York.
He is also co-curator, with Lincoln Perry and Langdon Quin, of the traveling retrospective, "Gabriel Laderman, Unconventional Realist", which just opened at the University of Virginia Museum, Charlottesville. In addition, Professor Carbone has had one-person exhibitions including shows at Boston's Institute of Contemporary Art, Zoe Gallery in Boston, David Brown Gallery at Provincetown, and the Hackett-Freedman Gallery of San Francisco. He has been a recipient of The Englhard Foundation Award, and The Ingram-Merrill Award. Professor Carbone has published criticism and essays on painters in Antaeus, Arts Magazine, Art and Antiques, and Modern Painters.
Professor Carbone received his B.F.A. at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts / Tufts University. He earned his M.F.A. at Brooklyn College.