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 Terrance Lindall  (1944 - )

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Lived/Active: New York/Minnesota      Known for: surreal, visionary

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Creepy, Eerie, Vampirella, Heavy Metal, Marvel's Epic, and Rod Serling's Twilight Zone are magazines for which artist Terrance Lindall has produced art. Aside from art, Lindall is also an author. His book, "Paradise Lost Illustrated: Poetry by John Milton", is used at New York University. He has written for "New York Arts Magazine", "Block Magazine", and "11211 Magazine", among other publications. His recent essay, "The Epistemological Movement in Late 20th Century Art", assesses what he sees as the new artistic trends in the contemporary art world and its context in new thinking about fractal geometry, quantum mechanics, historical will, and epistemological and analytic traditions.

He was born in 1944 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He attended the University of Minnesota, and graduated magna cum laude from Hunter College in New York City in 1970. He graduated with a double major in Philosophy and English, and a double minor in Psychology and Physical Anthropology. He was in the PhD program in philosophy at New York University from 1970-73.

He recently curated Charles Gatewood's "The Body and Beyond" (1997) and "Apocalypse 1999". Since then Lindall has produced the show "Brave Destiny", including nearly 500 artists. To evaluate the importance of the show he wrote his New International Surrealistic Manifesto (NISM), which was subsequently claimed to have redefined "surrealism" for a new generation. The opening reception to "Brave Destiny" was a Grand Surrealist Costume Ball, to which people flew in from countries around the world including Zimbabwe, Australia, England, France, Canada, Mexico and all across the United States.

Lindall has appeared in Kate Spade fashion ads appearing in the "New York Times", "Vogue", "Vanity Fair", and several other magazines. In 2004, the Kate Spade ad campaign with Lindall was featured at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in a groundbreaking show "Fashioning Fiction". A short film on this campaign, "Visiting Tennessee", was produced by Andy Spade.

Apart from being an artist, Lindall has a background in philosophy and has been active in the Williamsburg Brooklyn art community over the past few years.

Williamsburg Art & Historical Center

-Block Magazine, 2003, "A Surrealist Swoop Though Williamsburg, The Williamsburg Art Society's Bad Boy" by Alex Padalka, May 2003, p. 5
-ANNA Magazine (Russian), 2003, Article on Lindall's blockbuster show "Brave Destiny" at the WAH Center
-Inscape Magazine, London, Winter 2002-3, p. 12
-NY Arts Magazine, 2001, "At the Williamsburg Art & Historical Center," by James Kalm (review of the Terrance Lindall retrospective)
-New York Times, October 29, 2000, "From a Bank to an Art Center," by Christopher Gray
-Art Alternatives Magazine, 1995, "Natural Insanity" by Jean-Chris Miller

Certificate of Merit, Society of Illustrators, 1980
Grand Prize Fantasy Art , Lunicon 1980
Prix d'excellence - Premier Cru from The Society for Art of the Imagination, London 2003

Museum of the Surreal & Fantastique
Williamsburg Art & Historical Center
Greenwod Museum
B. Dalton, Fifth Avenue, New York City (Paradise Lost)

Society for Art of the Imagination, London
Hansen Fine Arts
Brooklyn Museum
Hudson River Museum
National Academy of Design
Kent State University

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