Biografie von Harold PARIS (1925-1979)

Birth place: Edgemere, LI, NY

Death place: El Cerrito, CA

Addresses: Oakland, CA

Profession: Sculptor

Studied: Akad. Bildenden Kunst, Munich, Germany; Atelier 17, NYC

Exhibited: "Am. Sculpture in the Sixties," LACMA, 1967; "Human Concern & Personal Torment," WMAA, 1969; "L'Art Vivant aux Etats-Unis," Fondation Maeght, St. Paul, France, 1970; 3(e) Salon Int. de Galeries-Pilotes, Lausanne, Switz., 1970; "The California Years," Harold Paris 12 year Retrospective, Univ. Art Mus., Univ. Calif., Berkeley, 1972. Awards: Guggenheim fellowship, 1953-55; Creative Arts Inst. award, Univ. Calif., Berkeley, 1967; Linus Pauling Peace Prize, 1970.

Work: PMA; MoMA; Univ Art Mus, Univ. Calif., Berkeley; Milwaukee (WI) Art Center; AIC Commissions: fountain, Southridge, Taubman Indust., Milwaukee, WI, 1972.

Comments: Preferred media: plastics, bronze, graphics. Teaching: Univ. Calif., Berkeley, 1960-.

Sources: WW73; Peter Selz, "The Final Negation" (March-April, 1969) & John Fitzgibbons, "Paris in Berkeley" (May-June, 1972), Art in Am.; Robert Hughes, "Souls in Aspic," Time (May 22, 1972).

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