Martin Levine

MARTIN LEVINE, Professor and Printmaking Director. M.F.A. California College of Arts and Crafts

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Martin Levine works primarily in aquatint, etching, lithography and drawing. His work has been included in numerous exhibitions worldwide, including Australia, Poland, Germany, England, Taiwan, Japan, Spain, The Netherlands, Norway, Ireland, Colombia, Uruguay, Slovenia, Egypt, Vietnam, Venezuela, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Israel, Canada and the U.S. His work can be found in many prestigious public and private collections, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum, Art Institute of Chicago, Library of Congress, New York Public Library, Museu D’Art Contemporani D’Eivissa, Spain, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, New York Historical Society, Milwaukee Art Center and Zimmerli Museum. He has received over 120 National and International awards, including a National Endowment for the Arts in Printmaking.

He is a past president of the Society of American Graphic Artists (SAGA), and elected to the National Academy of Design. He has been an invited juror to many International and National exhibitions, including the UK, Bulgaria, Poland, Yugoslavia, Pratt Graphics Center and the National
Academy of Design, New York.