Профессор Искусства,
Директор Архива Хоукса
Университет Штата Теннеси, Ноксвиль

 

1983 Государственный университет Аризоны
1980 Университет Висконскин Мэдисон
1976-77 Университет Альфреда, Альфред, НЬЮ-ЙОРК

Более 100 коллективных выставок начиная с 1985, включая около 50 национальных американских и международных проектов.

Более 40 персональных выставок в 19 штатах начиная с 1984 года.

Более 45 заказных лекции и симпозиумы, проводимых начиная с 1985.

Более 20 представлений на международных, национальных и региональных конференциях и симпозиумах начиная с 1988.

 

Художников и кураторов российского Художественного сообщества «33+1» очень заинтересовал проект американского художника Бивиса Лиона, который структурирует свое разноплановое творчество проектом «Архив Хоукса».

Создав миф о неком Еверитте Хоуксе, который посвятил свою жизнь литографии и коллекционированию предметов редких цивилизаций, а Бивис Лион (профессор литографии в Университете Штата) создает «культурное наследие» несуществующих цивилизаций (Азудан, Апашти, Аренот); занимается фолк-артом, придумывая различных художников для своих работ и объединяя все работы в Коллекцию супругов Спелвинов, выдуманных им же; раскапывает скелет Кентавра в Воло'се; иллюстрирует несуществующие медицинские атласы рисунками несуществующих человеческих органов.

Его выставки проходят, как мистификации, на которых никто до конца не уверен, разыгрывает ли его художник, который всегда исполняет лишь роль постороннего куратора, исследователя, лектора.

 

 

 

 

Professor of Art,
and Director of the Hokes Archives
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

EDUCATION
1983 MFA Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
1980 BFA University of Wisconsin-Madison
1976-77 Alfred University, Alfred, NY

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
40+ one-person exhibitions in 19 States since 1984 including; Spirit Square Center for the Arts, Charlotte, NC; Erie Museum of Art, Erie, PA; Walton Art Center, Fayetteville, AR; Hewlett Gallery and Regina Gouger Miller Gallery, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA; St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY; Print Club, Philadelphia, PA; James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA; University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA; Cheekwood Fine Arts Center, Nashville, TN; University of Puget Sound,Kittredge Art Gallery, Tacoma, WA; Florida State University, Museum and Art Gallery, Tallahassee, FL; Art Academy of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH; College of Notre Dame, Belmont, CA; Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA; Concordia College, Morehead, MN; Alfred University, Alfred, NY; Ohio University, Athens, OH; New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.

VISITING ARTIST
Over 45 honorarium lectures/workshops conducted since 1985 including; Philadelphia College of Art, PA; Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ; University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD; University of Florida Youth Art Symposium; Univ. of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY; Western Kentucky Univ., Bowling Green, Ky; University of Wisconsin-Madison, WI; Fort Mason Art Center, San Francisco, CA; University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill; Carleton College, Northfield, MN; Kent State University, Kent, OH; West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV; Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA.

ACADEMIC CONFERENCES
20+ presentations at international, national and regional conferences and symposiums since 1988. Coferences include the 2003 IMPACT III International Printmaking Conference in Cape Town, South Africa; 2001 Cortona International Printmaking Symposium, Cortona, Italy; Key-Note Speaker at the 1999 IMPACT Conference, University of West England, Bristol, UK; Panelist for the 2nd International Conference on Humor in Art, Missillac, France. Served as session Co-Chair for "Art and Truth", 2001 CAA Conference, Chicago, IL; session Co-Chair for "Doing(s) in Art History, Criticism, Museum Studies and the Studio Arts", 1997 CAA Conference, New York City; and session Chair for "Artist's Visions of Imaginary Cultures," 1988 CAA Conference, Houston, TX. Was a featured speaker on the topic "Real Maps of Imaginary Territories: The Genre of Archaeological Fiction," at the 1990 Mid-America College Art Conference, Cincinnati, OH. Served as conference organizer for the 1992 and 1995 Southern Graphics Council Conferences in Knoxville, Tennessee and Conference Co-Chair for the 2002 SGC Conference "Print Gumbo" in New Orleans, Louisiana. President of the SGC from 1994-96.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Included in over 100 group exhibitions since 1985, including over 50 national and international competitons.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS AUTHORED
Published articles in Archaeology, The Chronicle of Higher Education and Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Science and Technology, Contemporary Impressions and Printmaking Today.Included are articles such as "Multiple Strategies: The Educational Roles of Printmaking," Printmaking Today, London. UK (1997 Spring) and "The Object and the Encyclopediac Image", Contemporary Impressions, (Fall,Vol. 4, no. 2, pp.6-9). Other articles include "Artistic Freedom and the University," in the Art Journal, (1991) and a "Speakeasy" column in the New Art Examiner (January, 1990). Editor of the Southern Graphics Council newsletter Graphic Impressions from 1998-2002.

SELECTED CITATIONS AND REVIEWS
Work has been reviewed in The Folk Art Messenger, Print, Artweek, The Print Collector's Newsletter, Art On Paper,The North American Review, Art Papers, Number,the New Art Examiner,as well as many metropolitan newspapers. The most complete recent article is Roy R. Behrens' "History in the Mocking," Print,(May/June 1997,pp. 70-77). Book citations include Linda Hutcheon's 1995 workIrony's Edge: The Theory and Politics of Irony, (New York and London: Routledge,1994, pp. 166-175),Lawrence Weschler's Mr. Wilson's Cabinet of Wonder(Pantheon, 1985, pp. 71-75 and pp. 153-154), Roy R. Behrens' Illustration as an Art(Prentice Hall, 1987).

SELECTED AWARDS
2002 Fulbright Fellowship to teach printmaking at the Fine Arts Academy in Poznan, Poland; 1996-2005 Ellen McClung Berry Professor of Art; 1999 University Studies Award for Outstanding Contributions to Interdisciplinary Scholarship;1994 Southeastern College Art Conference Award for Creative Achievement; 1995 UTK College of Arts and Sciences Teaching Award; 1988 SAF/NEA Fellowship.
PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY; Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, Los Angeles, CA; Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca, NY; Kohler Art Library, Madison, WI; National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC; Library of Congress, Washington, DC; Smith College Library, Northhampton, MA, Amon Carter Museum, Ft. Worth, TX, Nelson-Atkins Museum, Kansas City, MO, among others.

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE
University of Tennessee Faculty Senate President (2003-2004); Graduate Program Coordinator, University of Tennessee School of Art (1995-present); UTK Faculty Senate Budget Committee Chair (1999-2001); Facilitator of the Intellectual and Cultural Council's (two week) Faculty Collaborative Workshop, University of Tennssee (2000 and 2001); President of the Southern Graphics Council (1994-1996); Southern Graphics Council Conference Coordinator or Co-Coordinator (1992, 1995 and 2002)

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