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• Laurie Anderson
• Phyllis Bramson
• Brad Brown
• Teresa Booth Brown
• John Buck
• Tom Burckhardt
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• Bernard Cohen
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• Roy De Forest
• Donna Dennis
• Rafael Ferrer
• Dianna Frid
• Elliott Green
• Red Grooms
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• Jane Hammond
• Don Ed Hardy
• Ana Maria Hernando
• Mildred Howard
• Robert Hudson
• Yvonne Jacquette
• Luis Jiménez
• Roberto Juarez
• Susanne Kühn
• Robert Kushner
- "Afterglow II"
- "Cherries"
- "Coffee Flower III"
- "Fire Opal"
- "Geranium VI"
- "Lemon III"
- "Midsummer II"
- "Nahe Nahe II"
- "Night Blooming Cereus II"
- "Obsidian"
- "Orange Hibiscus II"
- "Oregon Grape II"
- "Pink Plumeria V"
- "Plumeria Scatter II"
- "Red Hibiscus LII"
- "Red Hibiscus VI"
- "Redouté IX"
- "Sweet Pea II"
- "Tangerines I"
- "Tulip Tarantella"
- "White Lilac"
- "White Plumeria II"
- "Yucca 3"
- "Yucca II"
• Li Lin Lee
• Hung Liu
• Kara Maria
• Hiroki Morinoue
• Miho Morinoue
• John Newman
• Manuel Ocampo
• Matthew Palladino
• Janis Provisor
• Jeera Rattanangkoon
• Rex Ray
• Jim Ringley
• Peter Saul
• Italo Scanga
• Hollis Sigler
• Stacey Steers
• James Surls
• Barbara Takenaga
• Emmi Whitehorse
• William T. Wiley
• Betty Woodman
• Thomas Woodruff
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selected prints
 
"Afterglow II"

Robert Kushner
 
"Cherries"

Robert Kushner
 
"Coffee Flower III"

Robert Kushner
 
"Fire Opal"

Robert Kushner
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Robert Kushner : Born in 1949 , California : Lives in New York

Robert Kushner is a painter and a sculptor. He gained attention in the early seventies as a performance artist, using food, fabric and nudity. Kushner was associated with the Pattern and Decoration movement and used fabric collage in large-scale, bold paintings of the figure. Since 1987 he has used flowers as the subject of his paintings, more recently adding a cornucopia of fruits and vegetables to his repertoire. Kushner's use of rich color harmonies and bold, fluid drawing, mark his belief in the importance of beauty in our lives. Kushner has collaborated with Master printer Bud Shark since 1982 on various monotypes and lithographs. These exuberant, sensuous prints often include collage elements, including glitter, chine collé, metal leaf and hand coloring.

Robert Kushner lives in New York and has completed several major public commissions. He has exhibited his work widely and is represented in the collections of The Brooklyn Museum, Los Angeles County Museum, The Metropolitan Museum, NY, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Tate Gallery, London, The Whitney Museum, NY and others. In 1997 Hudson Hills Press published the monograph, “Robert Kushner: Gardens of Earthly Delight” by Alexandra Anderson-Spivey. The New Jersey Center for Visual Arts mounted the survey exhibition “Robert Kushner: 25 Years of Making Art” in 1998.

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