Michael Zwack

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Michael Zwack
Born 1949 (1949) (age 67)
Buffalo, New York
Occupation American artist; co-founder of Hallwalls Gallery

Michael Zwack (born 1949 in Buffalo, New York)[1] is an internationally exhibited American artist most often associated with The Pictures Generation. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Buffalo in 1978 and later, with artists such as Robert Longo and Cindy Sherman, he co-founded the Hallwalls Gallery, a space run by a non-profit organization of the same name (still open today) in his hometown. Then as did many of his immediate contemporaries he relocated to New York City in the midst of its burgeoning art scene. He has had solo exhibitions at such galleries as Metro pictures and Paul Kasmin in New York and Thaddeus Ropac in Salzburg, Austria and was included in The Pictures Generation exhibition in 2009 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art curated by Douglas Eklund.

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  1. ^ "Artist Michael Zwack". mutualart.com. Retrieved January 25, 2013. 

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