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Beverly Pepper Elected as a National Academician

Beverly Pepper has been elected as a National Academician. The National Academy was founded in 1825 to encourage the development of visual art in America through education and exhibition. Each year, vanguards in the field of art and architecture are granted membership through the nomination of current Academicians. Pepper, known for her pioneering large-scale, site specific works, was nominated by fellow sculptor Judith Shea. Membership places Pepper in the same company as Chuck Close, Maya Lin, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Gehry, and many of the most influential American artists and architects of the past two hundred years.  The 2011 National Academician Elects include Christo, Lynda Benglis, Elizabeth Diller & Ricardo Scofido, and James Turrell.

June 2011 :: Venice Italy

 

 

 

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In June 2011, Beverly Pepper will be exhibiting work in Venice Italy:

Arsenale Novissimo Venezia Fermata Bacini Linee 41-42, 51-52 tel.0412406111

spaziothetis@thetis.it

 

 


http://www.spaziothetis.com/2011/06/beverly-peppers-new-sculptures.html

http://www.thetis.it/

http://www.thetis.it/en/spazio-thetis/artists/pepper-beverly--.html

 

video :: Inside New York's Art World (1978)

 

Interviewer: Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel Part of the Diamonstein-Spielvogel Video Archive in the Duke University Libraries: http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/dsva/
Diamonstein interviews Pepper, a sculptor, and Faunce, a curator at the Brooklyn Museum, mainly concerning Pepper's career and works.

Georgia Museum of Art :: Beverly Pepper Lecture and Exhibition

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Stone and Steel: Small Works by Beverly Pepper

January 30–November 30, 2011 

Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, Georgia

 

This exhibition will display approximately 20 small works in steel and such materials as onyx, porphyry, marble and granite by American sculptor Beverly Pepper as well as small-scale models of her site-specific work “Ascension,” which will be permanently installed in the Performing and Visual Arts Complex quad.

 

Galleries: Dorothy Alexander Roush and Martha Thompson Dinos Galleries

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