Yale Epstein (Contemporary)

A native of New Haven Connecticut, Yale Epstein studied art, lived and worked in New York City until 1988, when he relocated to Woodstock, NY Mr. Epstein has had 53 solo exhibitions in galleries in the US, France, Germany, Italy and Switzerland, and was invited to exhibit in several significant international exhibitions, including those in Basel, Florence, Cracow, Maastricht, and Hong Kong. In addition to several galleries the New York area, Chicago, Boston, Chapel Hill and Miami, his work has been exhibited at Avery Fisher Hall Lincoln Center, The Bronx Museum of Art, Brooklyn College, The Brooklyn Museum, The Hudson River Museum, Marymount College, The National Arts Club, The National Academy of Design, New York City Community College and New York University's Loeb Center, and The University of Hawaii. His has completed numerous commissioned works in the US, China, and Taiwan, and is in the collections of over 70 major domestic and international corporations and private collections. Mr. Epstein's work is in public collections including the Albright-Knox Gallery, The Biblioteque' National Paris, The Brooklyn Museum, China International Trade Center, Beijing, The Pew Charitable Trust, The City of Chicago, US State Department, The Library of Congress, and Yale University. Yale Epstein's teaching career included Brooklyn College, The Brooklyn Museum Art School, Pratt Institute, and The School of Visual Arts in New York City. He was selected for a residency in the Visiting Artist/ Scholar Program at the American Academy in Rome.

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