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Howard McCalebb



BIOBIBLIOGRAPHY
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New York/ *USA 1947

Howard McCalebb received his M.F.A. in Sculpture from Cornell University, and his B.A. in Sculpture from California State University, at Hayward. He has taught art at San José State University, in California; the University of Massachusetts, Amherst; the University of North Carolina, Greensboro; Rutgers University, Newark; Hunter College, New York; Cornell University; and Parsons School of Design.

Mr. McCalebb is an artist and educator who's work is represented in several distinguished art collections through out the world. He has exhibited internationally at venues in Denmark, Germany, and Hong Kong. His art has also been exhibited at numerous galleries and museums in the U. S., including the Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco; Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York; Woodward Gallery, New York; The New Museum, New York; Exit Art, New York; Art in General, New York; Socrates Sculpture Park, New York; The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York; Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca; Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth; San Francisco Museum of Art; and the San José Museum of Art.

His sculpture was recently featured in the historic ‘Welded Sculpture of the 20th Century’ - exhibition at the Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase New York. This exhibition featured all of the major contributors to the genre, including Julio Gonzalez, Pablo Picasso, Anthony Caro, and David Smith. In 2000 he was honored as a visiting critic at the prestigious international artist colony Art/Omi in Upstate New York, for which he wrote a paper and led a discussion on the topic ‘Vernacular Color: Reflections on National, Ethnic, and Gender Expression’.

SPECIAL PUBLICATIONS AND FILMS
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2001
“Pist Prota 47”. Forlaget Space Poetry, Copenhagen/Denmark, p. 42

2000
Collischan, Judy: “Welded Sculpture of the Twentieth Century”. Hudson Hills Press, New York, NY; in assoc. with the Neuberger Mus. of Art, Purchase, NY, photography p. 118

1993
“Manhattan City Scape”, by Steen M. Rasmussen. Plagiet Film.
Produced in cooperation with the Danish Film Institute Workshop

1991
Bellamy, Peter: “The Artists Project: Portrait of the Real Art World”.
New York Artists 1981-1990 (first edition), IN Publishing, New York/NY

1990
“Atlas, No. 10“. Borgens Forlag, Denmark, p. 39

1988
Hvedekorn, Nr. 4, 1988, 62 organg, Borgens Forlag, Denmark, p. 118-121

1981
“Bearden Plays Bearden”. Film produced by the Philip Morris Corporation

ARTICLES, REVIEWS AND CATALOGUES
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2001
Ferrone, Julie: “Dal sole della California alla Grande Mela. Intervista a Howard McCalebb”. www.artsandjobmagazine.com

McC., H. / Trage, A. The New Yorker, Oct. 8, 2001

2000
Schwabsky, Barry: “When the Artists Are on Display Two by Two”.
The New York Times, Jan. 23, 2000

1999
Jacobi, Frans: “Where is Your Identity? 7 Fragments“. Copenhagen/Denmark

Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten, Copenhagen/Denmark, May 29, 1999

1998
Norena, Aurora: "Aproximaciones al arte". Semanario Cultural De El Dia, México D.F., Sept. 13, 1998

1997
Bishoff, Dan: "Outdoor sculpture park finally finds a home”.
The Sunday Star-Ledger, July 18, 1997

Currents (Weekly), Jersey City/NJ, Aug. 5-11, 1999, vol. 9, no. 15, photography p. 2

Bishoff, Dan: "Savage Wit Fuels Aljira Exhibit". The Star-Ledger, May 16-22, 1997

Personalien, Der Spiegel, Germany, March 3,1997, p. 244

“Der transatlantische Pakt der Kunst“.
Süddeutsche Zeitung, Munich/Germany, March 26, 1997, p.19

1993
Silberger, Kathy: “18 Meilen Kunst“.
Saison Extra, Das Reisemagazin von GEO, Germany, p. 25

Hoeltzel, Susan / Webster, Sally: “Public Art in the Bronx”.
Lehman College of Art, Bronx, NY, p. 51

Patterson, Tom: “These Images Call for Order, Not Chaos”.
Charlotte Observer, April 18, 1993, p. 1f, p. 4f

Brown, Linda L.: “Howard McCalebb, All Man’s Land”.
Art Papers, Atlanta/GA, Fall 1993

Brown, Linda L.: “B & W, Golden Mean”.
Creative Loafing, Charlotte/NC, April 17, 1993

1991
“No Man’ s Land”. Socrates Sculpture Park (includes Artist’s Statement),
Long Island City/NY

Klobe, Tom: “The 4th International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition”.
The University of Hawaii Art Gallery, Honolulu/Hawaii

Seawright, Sandy: “Four Trips from the Eyes to the Heart”.
Break Magazine, Charlotte/NC, March 6, p. 7 (curator)

1989
Yau, John: “Airlines”.
Hillwood Art Museum, Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus, Brookville, NY, p. 5-6

DeVuono, Francis: “Land Minds”.
New Art Examiner, Nov. 1989, vol. 17, no. 3, p. 48 (curator)

1988
Timing, Christine: “Perspectives”. The Boston Globe, May 5, 1988, p. 89

Brenson, Michael: “Blue Angel: The Decline of Sexual Stereotypes in Post Feminist Sculpture”. The New York Times, April 1, 1988 (curator)

Doty, William G.: “Blue Angel: The Decline of Sexual Stereotypes in Post Feminist Sculpture”. Art Papers, Atlanta/GA, March / April, p. 188 (curator)

Slawson, Tabitha: “Exhibition Finds Many Voices in Women’s Art”. Birmingham Post Herald, Birmingham/AL, January 8, 1988 (curator)

Jones, Kellie: “Trading Places, An Art Exchange Exhibition”. Artist Foundation, Boston/MA., Jamaica Arts Center, Jamaica/NY, p. 5-6, photography p. 11

1987
Raynor, Vivien: “Lehman Shows Products of Bronx Alternative Spaces”.
The New York Times, Sunday, May 10, 1987, p. 32

Lay, Tony: “L’ Altra Faccia Del Bronx”. Per Lui, Milano/Italy, May 1987, p. 206

Carson, Julie: “Blue Angel: The Decline of Sexual Stereotypes in Post Feminist Sculpture”. Bronx Council on the Arts. Foreword by H. McC., p. 3

1986
Grove, Nancy: “Brian Gayman / Howard McCalebb”.
Arts Magazine, New York/NY, Febr. 1986, vol. 60, no. 6, p. 104

1984
Slaton, Amy: “Sticks and Stones at Kenkeleba”.
East Village Eye, New York/NY, Nov. 1984, p. 35 (curator)

“Sculpture is Churning Ahead”.
Art Speak, New York/NY, vol. 6, no. 4, Oct. 16, 1984

Jones, Kellie: “Sticks and Stones: Modern / Postmodern Sculpture”.
Kenkeleba Gall., New York/NY, p. 5-6, Foreword by H. McC., p. 3, photography p. 22

1982
Andrews, Benny (Introduction): “Ambience / Stimuli”.
The Alternative Museum, New York/NY, photographies p. 11, p. 19

1981
Tucker, Marcia (Introduction): “Events: Artists Invite Artists". p. 5-6 / Gumpert, Lynn: “Observations on Events”, p. 8-17. The New Museum, New York/NY, photography & statement p. 44

1980
Zimmer, William: “Schooling Around (…)”.
The Soho News, New York, Oct. 29, 1980, p. 62

1978
Zimmer, William: “Cornell Then - Sculpture Now”.
Arts Magazine, March 1978, vol. 52, no. 7, p. 24-35, photography p. 24

1974
Dunham, Judith L.: “Third World Painting and Sculpture”.
Artweek (West Coast), vol. 5, no. 25, July 13, 1974, p. 5

1973
“Art Talks Downtown”. San José News, San José/CA, June 21, 1973, p. 28

1971
Babcock, Charles: “Sculpture Workshop, Technique in the Age of Metal”.
Troy Daily News, Troy/OH, July 22, 1971