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Frank Moore Radio Pudding, 2000 Signed Numbered Monotype

Frank Moore Radio Pudding, 2000 Signed Numbered Monotype

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Frank Moore
Radio Pudding, 2000
Monotype and photo engraving
19 x 24 inches
Edition of 75; this impression numbered "49/75"
Signed, dated and numbered in pencil.
From the 1989 Portfolio published by the Estate Project for Artists with AIDS.
Printed by Grenfell Press
Pristine condition: never framed, hinged or matted

This museum quality Frank Moore monotype and photo engraving is in pristine condition; it has been archival stored since it was originally published in 2000 and has never been framed. hinged or matted. 

Born in 1953 in New York City, Frank Moore passed away in 2002; Moore grew up on Long Island and spent his childhood summers in the Adirondacks with his family, instilling a strong interest in the natural world from an early age. 

Frank Moore received a 1975 BFA in art and psychology from Yale University. After spending a year in Paris at the Cité des Arts, 1977-78, Moore returned to Manhattan where he collaborated on theater, dance and film productions, in addition to continuing his art practice. 

After his HIV diagnosis in 1985, Moore's art increasingly grappled with issues around AIDS, environmental degradation, bioethics, homosexuality and health care. Moore's first solo exhibition was at the Clocktower in Tribeca in 1983, followed by solo shows at galleries and institutions in New York, France and Rome. 

Frank Moore has exhibited widely in the US and internationally, including the 1995 Whitney Biennial, MoMA P.S. 1, New York, The Drawing Center, New York, Artists Space, New York, Parrish Art Museum in Southampton, NY, Bass Museum of Art, Miami, and museums in London and Japan.

In 2002, the Orlando Museum of Art organized a survey that traveled to the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo. In 2012, New York University’s Grey Art Gallery and Fales Library mounted “Toxic Beauty: The Art of Frank Moore,” a career spanning retrospective. Moore’s work is included in numerous public and private collections, including the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo; Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin; Grey Art Gallery at New York University; Orlando Museum of Art; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; New York Public Library; Yale University Art Gallery; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

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