David Carbone, Associate Professor of Painting and Drawing, received his B.F.A. at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts/Tufts University. He also spent a summer in Maine at the Skowhegan School, and later, earned his M.F.A. at Brooklyn College. Carbone has had seven one-person exhibitions including shows at Boston's Institute of Contemporary Art, Zoe Gallery, Boston, David Brown Gallery, Provincetown, and Hackett-Freedman Gallery, San Francisco. Carbone's work has appeared in numerous group exhibitions in museums, commercial galleries, and alternative exhibition spaces across the country including: The Boston Museum; The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art; The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; The Gibbes Museum of Art; The Bayly Museum of Art; The National Academy of Design; The Art Museum, Miami; Provincetown Art Museum; The Brockton Museum; The Soho Center for the Arts; Thomas Segal Gallery, Boston; Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago; The Chicago Navy Pier Art Expo; The Federal Hall Gallery, New York; Monique Knowlton Gallery, New York. In addition to various scholarships, fellowships and awards Carbone has been a recipient of The Englhard Foundation Award, and The Ingram-Merrill Award. David Carbone has published criticism and essays on painters in Antaeus, Arts Magazine, Art and Antiques, and Modern Painters. He can occasionally be heard on National Public Radio.
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