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Michael Tarbi
Brooklyn, NY



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Michael Tarbi
Born: 1980, Pittsburgh, PA Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY


Selected Exhibitions


• 2012, The Upper Crest, New York, (Now on Paper) • 2011, Astor Center, New York, (Now Showing) • 2011, Slate Grey Studios, Savannah, Georgia (Word) • 2011, MASS MoCA, North Adams, Massachusetts, (An Exchange with Sol Lewitt) • 2010, Rochester Contemporary Art Center, Rochester, New York (group exhibition) • 2009, Pierogi – Boiler, Brooklyn, (Gravity Racers) • 2009, A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, (Wish You Were Here 8) • 2009, Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, (Signs of the Apocalypse/Rapture) • 2008, James Cohan Gallery, New York, (NURTUREart Benefit Exhibition) • 2007, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, (Works on Paper featuring the Pierogi Flat Files) • 2006, Thomas Robertello Gallery, Chicago, (Solo Exhibition – The Human Condition) • 2006, The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, (Associated Artists Exhibition) • 2006, Thomas Robertello Gallery, Chicago, (Introductions) • 2005, JET Artworks, Washington D.C. (group exhibition) • 2005, The Jewish Museum of Greater Pittsburgh (two person exhibition – Cellular Structures) • 2004, The Annex - White Box, New York, (The Wild Bunch 2) • 2004, Artworks Gallery, Trenton, New Jersey, (Ignite) • 2004, Arcadia University Gallery, Glenside, Pennsylvania, (Works on Paper Biannual) • 2003, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, (The Next Generation of Pittsburgh Artists) • 2002, The Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, (Video Station) • 2002, 2001, 1999, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, (Annual Exhibition) • 2001, 1301 Gallery, Philadelphia, (group exhibition) • 1998, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. (American Visions)


Awards


• Mayer Foundation Grant, 2013 • NYFA Relief Grant, 2013 • Change Inc. Grant, (The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation), 2012 • New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, 2011 • The Irene Palenski Sailor Award, (AAP), 2006 • The Henry J. Schiedt Travel Scholarship, (PAFA), 2002 • The Women’s Board Prize of Philadelphia, (PAFA), 2002 • The Angelo Pinto Award for Experimental Work, (PAFA), 2001 • The Figure Painting Prize, (PAFA), 2001 • The Rambourger Prize in Drawing, (PAFA),1999 • The American Visions Award, (Alliance for Young Artists and Writers),1998


Selected Publications


• Signs of the Apocalypse/Rapture, Front Forty Press (2008) • Time Out - Chicago, Issue 98 (January - 2007) • New American Paintings, Volume 57 (April - 2005)


Education


• 2002, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, Certificate of the Fine Arts • 1998, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, Pre-College Sculpture Program

 








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