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artist , educator

Uta Barth, German artist, educator. Grantee National Education Association, 1990-1991, 94-95, Art Matters Inc., 1992-1993, 95; Fellow National Arts Association, 1983-1984, National Endowment for the Arts, 1990-1991, 1994-1995, Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 2004.

Background

Barth, Uta was born on January 29, 1958 in Berlin.

Education

Bachelor, University of California, Davis, 1982;Master of Fine Arts, University of California at Los Angeles, 1985.

Career

From assistant professor to associate professor art department, University of California, Riverside, since 1990.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Galleria by the Water, Los Angeles, 1985, Frederick S. Wight Gallery, Los Angeles, 1985, Addison Gallery of America Art, Andover, Massachusetts, 1990, Howard Yezersky Gallery, Boston, 1990, Rochester (New York ) Institute of Technology, 1993, California Museum Photography, Riverside, 1993, Wooster Gardens, New York City, 1994, Museum Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 1995, Association for Convention Marketing Executives, Santa Monica, California, 1995, 98, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York City, 1996, London Projects, London, 1996, 98, S.L. Simpson Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1996, Museum Contemporary Art, Chicago, 1997, Andrehn-Schiptjenko, Stockholm, 1997, 99, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, 1998, Lawing, Houston, 1998, Rio Hondo College Art Gallery, Whittier, Cailf., 1998, Bonakdar Jancou Gallery, New York, 1998, 99, Rena Branston Gallery, San Francisco, 1999, Association for Convention Marketing Executives, Los Angeles, 1999, Galerie Camargo Vilaça, São Paulo, 1999, Lannan Foundation, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1999, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, Washington, 2000, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Germany, 2000. Group shows include 56th Annual Crocker Kingsly Exhibition, Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, Cailf.

      , 1982, Five Photographers, Joseph Dee Museum of Photography, San Francisco, California, 1982, Proof and Perjury, Los Angeles Institute Contemporary Art, 1986, Artist Exbhn., Beverly Hills, 1987, Thick and Thin-Photgraphically Inspired Painting, Fahey/Klein Gallery, Los Angeles, 1989, Spirit of Our Time, Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, California, 1990, Abstraction in the 90's, Jan Kesner Gallery, Los Angeles, 1992, Tom Solomon's Garage, Los Angeles, 1994, Long Beach (California) Museum Art, 1994, Museum De Beyard, Netherlands, 1994, Los Angeles County Museum Art, 1994, San Bernardino County Museum, 1994, The New Museum, New York City, 1995, Museum Modern Art, New York City, 1995, Rooseum-Center for Contemporary Art, Malmo, Sweden, 1996, Magasin 3 Stockholm Konsthall, 1996, Wexner Center for Art, Columbus, Ohio, 1997, Museum Contemporary Art, Miami, 1997, Whitney Museum Art, New York City, 1997, 98, Museum Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, 1998, Matthew Marks Gallery, New York City, 1997, Parco Gallery, 1997, De Appel Foundation, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1997, IKON Gallery, Birmingham, England, 1998., Museum Fine Arts, Houston, 1998, Worcester (Massachusetts) Art Museum, 1999, Laband Art Gallery, Los Angeles, 1999, Conceptual Art as Neurobiological Praxis, Thread Waxing Space, New York, 1999, Photography: An Expanded View, Recent Acquisitions, Guggenheim Museum, New York, 1999, Shift, Association for Convention Marketing Executives, Los Angeles, 1999, Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, Ireland, 1999, Apposites Opposites, Museum Contemporary Art, Chicago, 1999.

      Featured in Photography at Princeton, TimeOut, Flash Art, Arforum, Art in American, Art Monthly, Art & Text, The Birmingham Post, Journal of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles Times, Paper Magazine, others.