Permanent Collection:Act IV
ABSTRACT EPRESSIONISM: the second wave
M a r c a - R e l l i * M o t h e r w e l l * S t a m o s * G u s t o n * C o h e n


Bernard C o h e n


42. Lithograph I-IX, 1965, #37/75, lithograph, 40 x 32, 81.2.71

43. Black and White Ink Blot, , 1965, #16/75, lithograph, 40 x 32, 81.2.93

44. Black and White Ink Blot II, , 1965, #58/75, lithograph, 40 x 32, 81.2.94

45. Black and White Design, , 1965, #1/75, lithograph, 40 x 32, 81.2.143

46. Free Form Design, , 1965, #4/75, lithograph, 40 x 32, 81.2.144

47. Brown with Black and White Design, , 1965, #61/75, lithograph, 40 x 32, 81.2.145

49. White Island, , 1968, collage, 40 x 32, 86.2.82

48. Representative, , 1973, acrylic on linen, 108 x 54, 86.1.4

Bernard Cohen, 1933-
BRITISH, Born: London, England

EDUCATION:
South West Essex Technical College and School of Art 1949-50.
St. Martin's School of Art, London 1950-51.
Slade School of Fine Art, London 1951-54.

EXHIBITIONS:
Gimpel Fils, London 1962
Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol 1967
Betty Parsons Gallery, NY 1967
Studio LaCitta, Verona
Galleria Annunciata, Milan 1973
Amano Gallery, Japan 1980

COLLECTIONS:
Tate Gallery, London Arts Council of Great Brittain, London
Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
Ostwall Museum, Dortmund, West Germany
Museum of Modern Art, NY
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
Museum of Modern Art, Caracus

TEACHING POSITIONS:
Part time - Hammersmith School of Art, London 1957-60
Lecturer - Ealing School of Art, London 1961-64
Guest Lecturer - St. Martin's School of Art, London 1963-64
Guest Lecturer - Chelsea School of Art, London 1966-68
Guest Lecturer - Slase School of Fine Art, 1967-73
Visiting Professor, Dept. of Art, University of New Mexico 1969-70

Cohen was awarded a French Government travel scholarship in 1954. He designed stage curtains for Theatre Royal, Stratford, East London in 1965.
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