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Lee Gough
Brooklyn, NY
Website: leegough.net
Neighborhood: Kensington



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Lee Gough
leegough.net

Selected Group Exhibitions:
2006
• The Art of Persuasion, NY Etchers Society. Juror: Marilyn Kusher.
• 2006 Pacific States International Print Biennial, Hilo, Hawaii. (Purchase Award) Juror: John T. Scott.
2005
• International Print Biennial, Instituto Cultural Peruano NorteAmericano, Lima, Peru.
2004
• Selected Prints from New York & Australia, Gallery 101 Melbourne, Australia.
• Red Alert: War Peace & Civil Liberties, Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, California, USA.
• Contemporary Australian & New Yorker Prints, New York Society of Etchers, National Arts Club. Juror: Cynthia Reeves, Reeves Contemporary Art, New York, New York.
• Multiple Encounters: Indo – US Print Exhibition in India, shown at: the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts in New Delhi (2004); the American Center in New Delhi (2004); the Government College of Art & Department of Fine Art in Chandigarh (2005); and the Rajasthan Lalit Kala Akademy & Jawahar Kala Kendra in Jaipur (2006).
• Ink Under Pressure – Printmaking 2004, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, California, USA. Juror: Patrick Merrill.
• Al Doblar La Esquina/Around the Block, “New York Faces, Dreams, Realities”, New York Public LibraryNew York, New York, USA.
2003
• 2003 Pacific States National Print Biennial, Hilo, Hawaii. Juror: Mohammed Khalil.
2002
• Drawings for Peace, Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn, New York.
• Manhattan Graphics Center, various exhibitions 1999- 2004.
Collections:
University of Hawaii, Hilo Prints and Drawings Collection, Koninklijk Museum voor Schone, Antwerp, Belgium, Ministerie Van de Vlaamse Gemeenschap, Frans Masereel Centrum, Kasterlee, Belgium; Center for the Study of Political Graphics, Los Angeles, California; Various individual collections.
Grants & Recognition:
2004
• Puffin Foundation Individual Grant, awarded for linocut print series and portfolio, The War Went Well.
• Frans Masereel Fellow, three-week artist’s residency, Frans Masereel Centrum and Museum, Kasterlee, Belgium.
1995
• Gertrude Stein Award for Innovation in American Poetry, (anthologized in The Gertrude Stein Awards for Innovation in American Poetry, Los Angeles: Sun & Moon Press, 1995).
1992
• Academy of American Poets Award (First Place), Philadelphia, PA.
Mixed Media & Writing:
• Peace Signs, The Anti-War Movement Illustrated, Georg Olms Verlag AG, 2004.
• Mary & Shelley’s Fair Copy Book, Hartford: Potes & Poets Press, 2000.
• Contemporary American Women Poets, (Contributor) St. James Press, Detroit, MI, 1996.
• Contributions to: St. Mark's Poetry Project Newsletter, New York, NY; How2, an international online journal of contemporary and innovative writing; Conundrum, Evanston, IL; Epoch, Cornell University/Ithaca, NY; Chain, University of Hawaii/ Manoa; Washington Review, Washington, DC; 6ix, Philadelphia, PA; TO:, Philadelphia, PA.
Education:
• Temple University, M.A. 1993, Creative Writing with a Concentration in Poetry
• University of Pennsylvania, B.A cum laude, 1989
 








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