Martin Levine

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Artist/Printmaker Martin Levine was born in New York City.[1]

He works mainly in etching and lithography, depicting realistically rendered cityscapes. His work has been included extensively in both international and American invitational and juried exhibitions. His prints and drawings are in many important collections, including The Brooklyn Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, The Art Institute of Chicago, National Center of Fine Arts, Giza, Egypt, Miejska Galeria Sztuki, Łódź, Poland, Museu D'Art Contemporani D'Eivissa, Spain and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. He has been on the jury for numerous International exhibitions, including Biennales in Varna, Bulgaria; Lodz, Poland; Belgrade, Yugoslavia; and Bristol, England. He is the former President of the Society of American Graphic Artists and was elected to the National Academy of Design in 1997. He has taught at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, since 1986.

He has received over 120 National and International Awards, including: Audubon Artists Annual Exhibition; Society of American Graphic Artists National Print Exhibition; Boston Printmakers Annual Exhibition; National Academy of Design Annual Exhibition; Bienal de Ibiza Grafic Int'l Exhibition, Spain; Salmagundi Club Annual Exhibition; Dakotas International Exhibition of Artwork on Paper, Library of Congress National Exhibition of Prints, New Hampshire International Graphics Annual, The Print Club of Albany National Print Exhibition; Florida Printmakers Society National Print Exhibition; Los Angeles Printmaking Society National Exhibition; Hawaii National Print Exhibition. He was a recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Printmaking in 1976.

His work has been included in numerous exhibitions, including: International Print Biennale, Varna, Bulgaria; Original Print Gallery, Dublin, Ireland; British International Miniature Print Exhibition; Triennale International de la Grauuve, Nuernberg; International Print Triennale Cracow; Agart World Print Festival, Ljubljana, Slovenia; Male Formy Grafiki (Small Graphic Forms), Lodz; Print Biennale Belgrade, Yugoslavia International Exhibition; International Print Exhibition, Taiwan, R.O.C.; International Exhibition of Prints, Kanagawa, Yokohoma, Japan; 1st International Triennial of Graphic Arts, Sofia, Bulgaria; 1st Egyptian International Print Triennale, Giza, Egypt; 1st International Print Biennale, Maastricht, the Netherlands; Norwegian International Print Triennale Exhibition, Fredrikstad; Fine Arts Associate Gallery, Hanoi, Vietnam; International Grafik Biennale, Frechen, Germany; Intergrafia International Print Exhibition, Katowice; Grabado Norteamerican Contemporaneo, Montevideo, Uruguay; International Triennial, Grenchen, Switzerland; Bienal Americana de Artes Graficas, Cali, Colombia; International São Paulo Biennial, Brazil; Primera Bienal del Grabado de America, Maracaibo, Venezuela; British International Print Biennale, UK.

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  1. ^ Harrison, Helen A. (June 7, 1998). "ART REVIEW; Representational Works Take a Curtain Call". The New York Times. Retrieved 16 July 2012.