Hubbard & Birchler

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Teresa Hubbard (born in Dublin, 1965) and Alexander Birchler (born in Baden in 1962) are an American-Swiss team of artists who make short films and photographs about the narrative of time and space. As life partners, both live and work in Austin, Texas.

Hubbard and Birchler received their MFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Canada. They were showcased in the PBS series titled "Art:21".[1]

Their work has been exhibited at Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria, New York; Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, Santiago de Compostela; Museum of Contemporary Art, Berlin; Foundation for Photography, Amsterdam; Center for Photography, Salamanca; Venice Biennale (1999); and the National Gallery, Prague.

Hubbard is currently the William and Bettye Nowlin Professor in Photography in the Department of Art and Art History at The University of Texas at Austin.[2]

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Hubbard/Birchlers’s works of art are included in numerous private and public collections, including the Aargauer Kunsthaus in, Aarau, Art Gallery of Western Australia in Perth, Australia, the Walter H. Bechtler Stiftung, in Switzerland, the Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin in Austin, Texas, the Centre for Photography, University of Salamanca, in Spain, the Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, Santiago de Compostela, in Spain, the Columbus Museum of Art, in Ohio, the Daros Collection, Zürich, Switzerland, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, in Washington D.C, the Huis Marseille Foundation for Photography, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, the International Centre for Photography, in New York, USA, the Israel Museum, in Jerusalem, Israel, Kunsthaus Zürich,[3] in Switzerland, Kunsthalle zu Kiel, in Germany, Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, in Switzerland, the Linda Pace Foundation, in San Antonio, USA, the Museum of Fine Arts, in Houston, USA, the Museum of Contemporary Art, MOCA Los Angeles, USA, Kunstmuseum Basel, in Switzerland, the Modern Art Museum,[4] in Fort Worth, USA, the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, in Spain, the Museum Sammlung Goetz, in Munich, Germany, Neues Museum, in Nuremberg, Germany, the Norton Museum of Art, in West Palm Beach, USA, the Staedel Museum, in Frankfurt, Germany, the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, in Germany, Pinakothek der Moderne, in Munich, Germany, the Swiss Federal Office of Culture, in Bern, Switzerland, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Contemporary Art Foundation, in Vienna, Austria, the Ulrich Museum of Art, in Wichita, Kansas, USA, the University of St. Gallen, in Switzerland, and the Yokohama Museum of Art, in Yokohama, Japan.

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