Heyman at St Lawrence University and beyond
“Bearing Witness” by Daniel Heyman (Critic, Printmaking) is now on view at the Richard F. Brush Gallery, St Lawrence University, January 23 – February 29, 2012. Heyman will lecture about the work at St. Lawrence on February 6 at 7pm. The Gallery is displaying its copy of Heyman’s Istanbul Portfolio of the Abu Ghraib Detainee Interview Project from the University’s permanent collection. Comprised of 10 drypoint etchings, the portfolio is one in an edition of 12 in such collections as the Library of Congress and the New York Public Library. See photos of the Brush Gallery installation on Flickr.
Heyman’s work is also seen in the group exhibition “Beyond Japan: International Takes on Moku Hanga” at the Cullom Gallery in Seattle, January 20 – February 24, 2012. The show curated by Beth Cullom, features 30 Japanese-style woodblock prints, drawings, photographs, artist books, and sculptural works of paper by nine artists who were participants in the Japanese artist residency program, the Nagasawa Art Park Project, which paired master Japanese carvers and printers with international artists to learn traditional Japanese woodblock printmaking.
Heyman’s painting, “The Death of Eddie Polec and Other Stories from Philadelphia and Elsewhere” was recently donated by Dr. Bill Resnick to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.