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Michael Siporin Levine

Lecturer of Printmaking

Michael Siporin Levine is a visual artist currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Working across disciplines, he creates prints, drawings, videos, animations, and installations that mix autobiography with abstraction and invention.


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He has exhibited his work nationally and internationally, including a fall 2023 solo exhibition at Azarian McCullough Art Gallery in Sparkill, NY. In 2021 he had a two person exhibition at SOIL Gallery in Seattle, WA (Like Apples and Knives, 2021). In August of 2019 Michael was an Artist in Resident at Goggleworks Center for the Arts in Reading, PA, where he completed large scale prints, collages, and a video for a three-person exhibition. In the spring of 2019 Levine was a Visiting Artist and Professor at Wesleyan College in Macon, GA, where he taught undergraduate courses as he completed work for a solo exhibition, (“Green Screen” ). Other recent notable exhibitions, residencies, and awards include a four person exhibition at Art Space Hartford (2019, Hartford, CT), a residency and solo exhibition at Galeria Wschodnia (2018, Łódź, Poland), a three person show at Grizzly Grizzly (2018, Philadelphia, PA), 2017 Counterproof Press Visiting Artist in Resident (January 2017, University of Connecticut), a summer residency at Vermont Studio Center (2017, Johnson, VT), a solo exhibition and artist in residence position at Knox College (2016 Galesburg, IL), and in 2016 he was the Printmaking Fellow at the Wassaic Project in Wassaic, NY.

Michael received his MFA from the Lamar Dodd School of Art (University of Georgia, 2014), and his BFA from the School of Fine Arts at the University of Connecticut (2011). He has taught studio art courses at Eastern Connecticut State University, Wesleyan College, the University of Connecticut, Knox College, Georgia College State University, and the University of Georgia.

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