David Klamen further investigates the nature, source, and limits of knowledge by undermining the foundation of our empirical experience: our sense of sight. Klamen plays with the history of art, utilizing modern and pre-modern conventions as metaphors for our search for meaning. Check out this exclusive ARTSY online presentation now before it closes on July 17th.
Klamen earned his Bachelor’s of Fine Arts at the University of Illinois, Champaign/Urbana in 1983 and his Master’s of Fine Arts in Painting at the School of the Art Institute in 1985. He is currently is a Professor of Fine Arts at Indiana University Northwest. Klamen is represented in the following public collections: the Metropolitan Museum of Art (NY), Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art (CA), the Museum of Contemporary Art (IL), the Whitney Museum of American Art (NY), the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (CA), the Chazen Museum of Art (WI), and National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
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