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Brian D’Amato received a BA from Yale and an MA from the City University of New York. He has shown his sculptures and installations at galleries and museums in the US and abroad including the Whitney Museum, the Wexner Center for Contemporary Art, and the New Museum of Contemporary Art. In 1992 he co-organized a show at the Jack Tilton Gallery in New York that was the first gallery show exploring the then-new medium of ‘virtual reality.’ He has written for magazines including Harper’s Bazaar, Index, Vogue, Flash Art, and most frequently Artforum, and has taught art and art history at CUNY, the Ohio State University, and Yale. His 1992 novel, Beauty, which Dean Koontz called “The best first novel I have read in a decade,” was a bestseller in the US and abroad and was translated into several popular languages. He can usually be found either in New York, Michigan, or Chicago, often with his Labrador Retriever, Woofy.


Additional Photos by Lisa Chau:  Click on thumbnails for larger images

Bloomberg Sponsored Republican Presidential Debate:

               

Breaking the Guinness World Records with Parker Phinney:

               

Dartmouth Commencement 2006:

               

Dogs:

               

Downtown New York City:

               

France:

               

Hollywood:

               

Farewell to Dartmouth President Kim:

               

London:

                

Making of a Music Video:

                

Perry Street:

               

Pow Wow at Dartmouth College:

               

Tribeca:

               

Union Square:

               

Vermont Border, near Norwich:

               

Washington, DC:

               

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