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Born in Great Neck, New York on May 19, 1955.

Education: Alfred University, B.F.A.; The City College, M.F.A.

Grants and Awards:
2001  Teachers Network, IMPACT II Disseminator Grant, Mathematics and Science in the Art Classroom
1989  Change, Inc., New York
1985  Summit Art Center, Award: Honorable Mention, Juried by Richard Anuskiewicz, Summit, New Jersey

Solo Exhibitions:
2010  Foley Federal Building, United States Courthouse, Lobby, Oct. 1 – Dec. 1, Las Vegas, Nevada
2000  Truly Virtual Web Art Museum, Math Marries Art, a virtual exhibition by Clifford Singer (c) 2000, http://www.lastplace.com/EXHIBITS/VIPsuite/CSinger/index.htm ; May 20th to August 20th
2000  St. Edmund Hall, Emden Room, University of Oxford, England
1997  NonEuclid World-Wide-Web Gallery, Non-Euclidean Themes by Artist/Mathematician Clifford Singer,
51Bxx - Nonlinear Incidence Geometry, Rice University, Texas Internet address: http://math.rice.edu/~joel/NonEuclid/singer/
1996  Eich Space, Geometrical Clouds from the Seventies, New York
1994  Compuserve, Fine Arts Forum, The Geometry Of The Heart (c) 1994 by Clifford Singer,     75041@compuserve.com
1992  Art Research Center, Kansas City, Missouri
1990  Eisner Gallery, The City College, Thesis Exhibition, New York
1988  Vasarely Center, New York
1986  Art Investors International, West Palm Beach, Florida

Group Exhibitions:
2009  JMM 2009, Exhibition of Mathematical Art,  January 5-8, Washington D.C.
2008  Bridges Exhibition of Mathematical Art, July 24 - 28, 2008, Christelijke Hogeschool, Leeuwarden, the Netherlands, Art Exhibition Coordinator: Robert Fathauer, Website Created by: Anne Burns Jurors: Anne Burns, Robert Fathauer, Nat Friedman, and Cor Wetting
2008  JMM 2008, Exhibit of Mathematical Art, January 6-9, San Diego Convention Center, CA
2007  New York Hall of Science, Digital ’07: Pattern Finding, 9th Annual International Exhibition of Digital Prints, October 6, 2007 – January 27, 2008, Organized by: Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI), exhibition traveled to: Stevens Institute of Technology, February 1 – March 10, 2008
2007  JMM 2007, Exhibit of Mathematical Art, January, New Orleans
2006  Bridges Conference, London Knowledge Lab – Institute of Education, London, August
2006  JMM 2006, Exhitit of Mathematical Art, January, San Antonio, Texas
2005  Joint Mathematics Meeting, Exhibit of Mathematical Art, January 4-8, Atlanta, Georgia
2004  Broome Street Gallery, endowed by Robert Lehman Foundation, Artist/Teacher Exhibition, May 19 – 30th
2003  Artist/Teacher Exhibition, Cork Gallery at Lincoln Center, Nov. 1-10th, 2003, sponsored by The New York City Art Teachers Association/United Federation of Teachers, Region 8 of The New York State Art Teachers Association, Judged by: Sharon Vatsky, Director of Education, Guggenheim Museum, New York
2003  Mathematical Connections In Visual Art, University of Granada’s Art Gallery, Curated by Nat Friedman, The Joint Meeting of ISAMA 2003 and the 6th Annual Bridges Conference, Spain, July 2003
2003  Rhythm Of Structure, Math Art In Harlem, Curated by John Sims, Fire Patrol No. 5 Art, 307 West 121 Street, New York, New York, January 4 – 31, 2003
2002  Holtzman Art Gallery, The Bridges: Mathematical Connections In Visual Art, Towson University, July 13th – August 10th, 2002, Towson, Maryland
2002  AULA Gallery [exhibition for ISAMA conference], Pedagogical University Freiburg, announced in Die Zeit Weekly Periodical, July 22nd  – 26th, 2002, Freiburg, Germany
2002  The Elements of Geometry, A Group Exhibition, Monique Goldstrom Gallery, New York, March 14 -April 10
2002  MathArt/Art Math, Selby Gallery, Ringling School of Art & Design, Sarasota, Florida, Feb 22 – Mar 30
2001    Exhibition Of Visual Mathematical Art, President’s Gallery, Darbeth Fine Arts Center, Bridges:  Mathematical Connections in Art Music and Science, 4th Annual Conference, Southwestern College,Winfield, Kansas
2001  Intersections of Art & Science, 5th International Congress & Exhibition 2001, International Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Symmetry (ISIS), exhibition at Red Centre, College of Fine Arts, University of  New South Wales, Paddington, NSW, Sydney
2001  Art & Mathematics 2001, Koussevitzky Art Gallery, Berkshire Community College, Pittsfield, Massachussetts, February 1 - March 30, 2001, The exhibition organized by ISAMA and draws from the Art & Mathematics 2000 exhibition at The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science & Art, Nathaniel Friedman, (Director, ISAMA), Benigna Chilla (Assistant Director, ISAMA)
2001  New Orleans, Joint Mathematics Meetings, (ISAMA) exhibit booth, January 10th to 13th, 2001, Lecture by Ivars Peterson January 13th,  107th Annual Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, 84th Meeting of the Mathematical Association of America, Annual meetings of the Association for Women in Mathematics and the National Association of Mathematicians
2000  Art & Mathematics 2000, The Cooper Union, Albert Nerken School of Engineering, Clifford Singer, Curator, in cooperation with Dept. of Mathematics, SUNY, Albany, NY
2000  MONDIALE ECHO’S, an overview of international abstract - geometric art, Mondriaanhuis, Amersfoort, Nederland, October 14th, 2000 - June 17th, 2001
1998  Cercle et Carre, (Circle & Square), Gallery of Fine Art; Brent Collins, T. Michael Stephens, Clifford Singer, and W.C. Bodenhamer, Dedication to Michel Seuphor; Vallejo, California
1998  Bechtel Center, Lower Level, for Art & Mathematics Conference ‘98 University of California, Berkeley
1998  The Presidents Gallery, Darbeth Fine Arts Center, Bridges: Mathematical Connections in Art, Music and Science, Southwestern College, Winfield, Kansas
Boca Raton Museum of Art, Director’s Choice: New Acquisitions, July 23 - September 7, Boca Raton, Florida
1997  Abstract-Art Repository, Portfolio Gallery, see More Artists, Internet address: abstract-art.com
1996  Cercle et Carre, (Circle & Square), Exhibition 2, A Modernist (i.e. Constructive) Establishment), Vallejo, California
1995  Art Research Center, Kansas City, Missouri
1994  Compuserve, (GO - Fine Art), (GO - Artist’s Forum), 75041.2611@compuserve.com
1994  America Online, Keyword: Art, PCX files, cliffordhs@aol.com
1994  Bruce McGaw Graphics, New York
1993  The 30th Anniversary Of The Lincoln Center/List Poster & Print Program, The Gallery At Lincoln Center
1991  Lincoln Center/Tokyu Bunkamura, Lincoln Center, Print Collection, New York, Tokyo
1990  New York Area MFA Exhibition, Co-sponsored by the College Art Association, Gallery, Hunter College,Voorhees Campus
1989  Gemini Gallery, Palm Beach, Florida
1989  Ann Jacob Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
1988  Art Research Center, Kansas City, Missouri
1987  Vasarely Center, New York
1986  Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Review: Acquisitions Since 1980, January 11, Ridgefield, Connecticut
1986  Painted Surfaces, The Gallery, Albany Institute of History and Art, Tricentennial Celebration, Juried by Thomas W. Lollar, Director of the Shippee Gallery, New York
1984  Hammer Publishing, New York
1984& Sotheby Parke Bernet, Inc., Thirteen Collection Exhibition, Televised Auction broadcast on Channel 13
1983   80 Washington Square East Galleries, Small Works, Juried by Ivan C. Karp, O.K. Harris Gallery, New York
1982   Original Print Collectors Group, New York, Paris
1982   Branchville Soho Gallery, Ridgefield, Connecticut
1981   Pace Editions, New York
1981   Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Acquisitions Plus, January 11, Ridgefield, Connecticut
1980  Geometric Abstraction, Clifford Singer - Curator, Organization of Independent Artists, Funded by: National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts, Brooklyn Law School, New York
1980  Soho Center for Visual Artists, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Mobil Oil Foundation, New York
1980  Opening Gallery, Coverage of show on Eyewitness News, Channel 7, January 22, New York

Commissions:
1991  Lincoln Center/List Art Posters, Lincoln Center/Tokyu Bunkamura, Mostly Mozart Festival in Tokyo
1985  Atel I, an AT&T Company, Atlanta, Georgia, titled Didecameter Suite, (20) painted acrylic on plexiglas panels
1983  Mobil Oil Corporation Headquarters, New York, titled Lemma III, (2) paintings / oil  on canvas (72” x 144” each), (1) painting / oil  on canvas (72” x 96”)

Editions:
1990  B4 Publishing, Blank Page 4, limited edition serigraph, London
1991  Lincoln Center/List Art Posters, poster, limited edition serigraph, limited edition sculpture
1999  ISAMA 99, poster, First Interdisciplinary Conference of The International Society of The Arts, Mathematics and Architecture, 7 - 11 June 1999, Universidad del Pais Vasco, San Sebastian, Spain in association with Department of Mathematics, University of Albany, State University of New York, U.S.A.

Publications:
2005  Art + Math = X, International Conference, University of Colorado, Boulder, June 2-5, 2005, Proceedings: Carla Farsi, Editor, Range Of Curvature, by Clifford Singer, pages 166-168
2005  Monotype, JMM 2005,
2004  Mathematics & Design, Fouth International Conference, Mar del Plata, Argentina – June 7-12 Geometrical Art As An Applied Science (adapted), pages 131-134
2003 The Joint Meeting of ISAMA 2003 and the 6th Annual Bridges Conference, University of Granada, Granada, Spain, On Mathematics In Art, by Clifford Singer, pages 559-560
2003 Abstracts of Papers Presented to the Mathematical Association of America, Boulder, MathFest, July 31-August 2, 2003, MAA Invited Addresses and Session Papers, Mathematics and the Visual Arts, Page 34, Geometrical Art As An Applied Science, by Clifford Singer
2003    MAM, Mathematics Awareness Month, April, Mathematics and Art, Conceptual Mechanics Of Expression In Non-Euclidean Fields, by Clifford Singer, sponsored by American Mathematical Association, and The Mathematical Association of America
2002  the 31st InSEA World Congress 2002, NY, The Geometrical In Art, by Clifford Singer,
Center for International Art Education (CIAE), Teachers College, Columbia University
2002  Bridges: Mathematical Connections In Art, Music and Science, Towards A Geometrical Way Of Thinking, by Clifford Singer, Towson University, Towson, Maryland
2002  ISAMA2002, Pedagogical University Freiburg, Mathematics in the Art Classroom, by Clifford Singer Freiburg, Germany
2002  Teaching Secondary Mathematics, Sixth Edition, Techniques and Enrichment Units, pages 41-42, Sample Lesson – Modern Art, Alfred S. Posamentier – Jay Stepelman
2002  OCTAGON 8, Mathematical Magazine, Vo. 10. No. 1, April 2002, pages 365-369, BRASOV-ROMANIA
2002  Smarandache Notions Journal, front cover, Vol. 13, No. 1-2-3, Spring 2002, Engineering A Visual Field, by Clifford Singer, pages 13-15
2002  Laboratorio de Computacion, Seeing Is Believing 3, by Rosa Kaufman, Preface by Clifford Singer, 2002
2001  Fragments of Infinity, by Ivars Peterson, John Wiley & Sons, [Clifford Singer, Page 9, Color Plate 1, The Geometry Lesson]
2001  Smarandache Notions Journal, adapted (Engineering a Visual Field),    
2001  Bridges: Mathematical Connections in Art, Music and Science, 2001, 4th Annual Conference, Developing a Validation Principle in Art, by Clifford Singer, Conference Proceedings
2001  Intersections of Art & Science,  5th International Congress & Exhibition 2001, International Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Symmetry (ISIS), Engineering a Visual Field, Volume 2, Conference Proceedings
2001  International Journal of Condition Monitoring and Diagnostic Engineering Management, (COMADEM), Volume 4 No. 1, page 38, January 2001 accepted from QRM 2000, IMechE, pages 359 - 362.
2000  FOCUS [The Newsletter of the Mathematical Association of America] December 2000 Volume 20 Number 9, front cover by Clifford Singer, Quartic, 1999, Acrylic on Plexiglass, 30 x 30 inches; feature article by Ivars Peterson, Art Inspired by Mathematics in New York, pages 4-5, (re: Art & Mathematics 2000)
2000  MAA Online, Ivars Peterson’s MathTrek, Mathematical Art on Display, November 4, 2000, pages 1-4
2000  Art & Mathematics 2000, The Cooper Union, 56 page color exhibition catalogue, curated, edited, and published by Clifford Singer
2000  QRM 2000, IMechE, Visual Mathematics in Art, by Clifford Singer, Pages 359-362
1999  VisMath; Conceptual Mechanics of Expression in Geometric Fields, by Clifford Singer, Slavik Jablan & Denes Nagy: editors of VisMath
1999  BRIDGES, Mathematical Connections in Art, Music, and Science, 2nd Annual Conference, Conference Proceedings, 1999, Conceptual Mechanics of Expression in Geometric Fields,  Reza  Sarhangi, Editor
1999  ISAMA 99, Conference Proceedings, Geometrical Fields, by Clifford Singer Pages 445-452, International Society of  The Arts, Mathematics,  and Architecture; Universidad del Pais Vasco, San Sebastian, Spain
1999  ASCI, Art & Science Collaborations, Inc., Artist Catalog, 1999, First Edition
1999  Stephanie Strickland, Poem: Sand and Harry Soot,  art works by Clifford Singer
1998    BRIDGES, Mathematical Connections in Art, Music, and Science; Conferece Proceedings, 1998, Reza Sarhangi, Editor, Geometrical Poetry, by Clifford Singer - Pages 283-286
1996  MUDFISH 9, Contemporary Art & Poetry, Box Turtle Press, front cover, back cover, frontispiece
1996  Journal of the Print World, Summer 1996, Prints & Posters From Lincoln Center, by Dennis Wepman
1996  Essay by Jill Hoffman, Geometrical Clouds from the Seventies, gallery announcement
1995  NetGuide, The Guide To The Internet And Online Services, Cyberguide, Fine Arts, February, Page 121- 122, ‘Entering the Fine Arts Forum  on Compuserve (GO Fine Art) reminds us of our visits to the Metropolitan Museum Of Art’; color reproduction of The Geometry Of  The Heart
1995  The Printworld Directory of Contemporary Prints & Prices, 1983/1984, 1985, 1987/1988, 1992, 1993/1994, 1995/1996
1992  Stagebill, Lincoln Center, front cover, July-August
1988  Vasarely Center,  remarks by B.H. Friedman, gallery announcement
1988  The New York Art Review, Krantz
1986  Arts Magazine, October, page 98, full page color, Art Investors International
1986  Palm Beach Daily News, April 22, Paintings Blaze Of Color, by Chris Hunter
1985  American Artists, A Survey of Leading American Contemporaries, Krantz
1984  Art Business News, November, page 58, & May 1985, page 65, quarter page color reproduction, New Editions: Review
1982  Corporate Design: the magazine of Facility Planning for Executives, Sept.-Oct., Original Print Collectors Group
1981  The Aspen Times, January 29, 1981, Ferre Gallery Shows New York Artists, Mary Martin
1981  The New York Times, Sunday, Ct., reproduction -Black Line on Yellow by Clifford Singer at the Aldrich Museum, February 15, Surrogates of Soho by John Caldwell

Lectures:
Art + Math = X, International Conference, University of Colorado, Boulder, June 2-5, 2005, Proceedings: Carla Farsi, Editor, Range Of Curvature, by Clifford Singer, pages 166-168

Mathematics & Design 2004, Fourth International Conference, Mar Del Plata, Argentina, June 7-12, 2004, Geometrical Art As An Applied Science, by Clifford Singer, pages 131-134

Abstracts of Papers Presented to the Mathematical Association of America, Boulder, MathFest, July 31-August  2,
2003, MAA Invited Addresses and Session Papers, Mathematics and the Visual Arts, Page 34, Geometrical Art As An
Applied Science, by Clifford Singer the 31st InSEA World Congress 2002, NY, The Geometrical In Art, by Clifford Singer, Center for International Art Education (CIAE), Teachers College, Columbia University

QRM2000, 3rd International Conference, hosted by University of Oxford, England, co-sponsored by Institution of Mechanical Engineering, I Mech E, organized by Universities of England Consortium for International Activities,  Visual Mathematics in Art, by Clifford Singer, March 31, 2000, Room: JCR

Bridges: Mathematical Connecitons in Art, Music, and Science, Southwestern College, Winfield, Kansas, July 30 - August 2, 1999

ISAMA 99, First Interdisciplinary Conference of The International Society of The Arts, Mathematics and Architecture, 7-11 June 1999, Universidad del Pais Vasco, San Sebastian, Spain in association with Department of Mathematics, University of Albany, State University of New York, U.S.A.

ArtSci98, Art & Science Collaboration, Inc. and The Cooper Union Adult Education Program, April 4, 1998, 2:00-3:00 P.M., Special Event: ASCI Members Show Work, Clifford Singer, Slide presentation/cross section of art works 1972 to present with discussion

ASCI98, Art & Science Collaborations, Inc., Meeting with Presenters October 22, 1998, 8:P.M., at Stephen Soreff’s loft space.  Theme: Deep Space/
Presenter: Clifford Singer, Euclidean, Non-Euclidean, and Hyperbolic Geometry in Art

Art & Mathematics ‘98 Conference, Sibley Auditorium, U.of C. Berkeley, California, August 3 - 7, 1998
Lecture: Clifford Singer, Geometry & Color: Engineering a Visual Field, August 3
website: http://http.cs.berkeley.edu/~sequin/AM98/index.html
Bridges: Mathematical Connections in Art, Music, and Science, Southwestern College, Winfield, Kansas, July 27 - 30th, 1998
Abstract published in Conference Proceedings book, Reza Sarhangi, Editor
Lecture; Geometrical Poetry, July 30th, Beech Science Center
The Bridges Conference is partially supported by: The Eisenhower Professional Development Program; Kansas Board of Regents, and Phillips Chair Foundation, Department of Mathematics, Southwestern College

Collections:
Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Connecticut; Armand Hammer Collection, New York; Art Research Center, Kansas City; Artine Artinian Collection, Palm Beach; AT & T, Atlanta, Ga.; New Jersey; Bank Julius Baer, New York, Zurich; B4 Publishing, London; Best Products Corporation, Virginia; Boca Raton Museum of Art, Florida; Chemical Bank, New York; Citibank, N.A., New York; The Continental Group, Inc., Connecticut; County Federal Savings, Connecticut; Florida National Bank, Jacksonville; General Electric Company, Fairfield, Connecticut; General Instrument Corporation; Giant Foods, Inc., Missouri; IBM Corporation, New York; Landmark Systems Corporation, Virginia; Lincoln Center/List Art Posters, New York; McGraw Hill, New York; Mobil Oil Corporation, Washington; Mondriaanhuis/Archive ‘90 Reference Collection, Nederland; Munich American Reinsurance Co., New York; Namura Computer Systems America, New York; Needham Harper Worldwide, Inc., New York; Oppenheimer & Company, Inc., New York; Perpetual Mortgage Co., Virginia; Prime Bank, Florida; Reader’s Digest, Pleasantville, New York; Revlon, New York; Riverdale Country School, New York; Southwestern College, Winfield, Kansas; Texaco, Inc., New York; TRW, Inc., Ohio; U.S. Trust Company, New York; Xerox Publishing Group, New York

Archives:
British Museum, London; The Book Museum, The Hague; Canterbury School of Art, London; Chelsea School of Art, London; Foundation Pro, Netherlands; Galerie Denise Rene, Paris; Gemeente Museum, The Hague; Museum of Graphic Arts, Tokyo; Museum of Modern Art, New York; New York Public Library; Rijksmuseum, Meermano, The Hague; Stanford University, California; The Tate Gallery, London; Victoria & Albert Museum, London

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