Albert Alcalay

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Albert Alcalay (1917 Paris - March 29, 2008 Boston) was an American abstract artist.


He grew up in Belgrade. He served in the Yugoslavian army. In 1942, he was imprisoned in the Ferramonti internment camp.[1]

In 1959, he was a Guggenheim Fellow.[2] He taught at Harvard University, from 1960 to 1982.[3]

He lived on Martha's Vineyard.[3][4]


  • 2008 "Albert Alcalay: Self Portraits", Fort Worth Modern [5]
  • 2009 Remembering Albert Alcalay, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts [6]


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