Embodied/Disembodied, NYU Literature, Arts and Medicine Blog

July 12th, 2011

 

“Commentary by Joyce Cutler-Shaw, ¬†Artist in Residence, School of Medicine of the University of California San Diego

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Lucy Lippard Catalog Essay, Of Water and the River: Meditations on the Rio Grande

July 10th, 2011

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Beijing Diary, August, 2008

July 8th, 2011

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NMSU College of Engineering News Release

March 12th, 2009

 

Students examine Rio Grande through visual imagery

Internationally exhibited artist Joyce Cutler-Shaw is helping students at New Mexico State University bridge the worlds of art and engineering through a new course being offered this semester in visual imagery. Cutler-Shaw, along with Civil Engineering Professor Phil King and College Art Professor Nick Naughton, are collaborating to offer an interdepartmental course focused on developing a visual interpretation of the Rio Grande.”

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San Diego Home / Garden Lifestyles article

October 28th, 2008

“Anatomy of an Artist, Q & A with Joyce Cutler-Shaw”, San Diego Home / Garden Lifestyles Magazine, October 2008, pp. 36 – 41, with permission.

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Olympic Fine Arts 2008, Beijing

August 26th, 2008

Olympic Fine Arts 2008, Red Carpet Entrance

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Chinese Calligraphy Biennial 2008, Beijing

August 26th, 2008

Quote from Art of Engagement by Peter Selz

June 5th, 2008

Excerpt from “Art of Engagement – Visual Politics in California and Beyond” Peter Selz
University of California Press, Berkeley, 2006. Pg 233-235

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Joyce Cutler Shaw or the Gift of Grace by Konrad Oberhuber

June 5th, 2008

From “Library Quartet Exhibition Catalogue” Published by The Athenaeum Music & Arts Library, September 2003.

San Diego Environmentalists.
During the twelve years, from 1988 to 2000, in which I was the director of the great museum of the graphic arts, the Albertina in Vienna, four artists connected with San Diego visited me there and had works acquired for the collection. One was John Baldessari, who grew up in this area and now lives in Los Angeles; two others were Newton Harrison and his wife Helen Mayer Harrison; the fourth was Joyce Cutler Shaw. The latter three are all New Yorkers who settled in San Diego and became associated with the University of California in San Diego. Read the rest of this entry »

Birds, Bones, and Books by Judith A. Hoffberg

December 8th, 2007

From “Episodes of The City – New York as a Source Book, Wallworks and Artists Books of Joyce Cutler-Shaw” Exhibition Catalogue. Published by Elmer Holmes Bobst Library, New York University, 2007

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