Recent Exhibition:

RHYTHMS of the UNIVERSE: A Multimedia Collaboration
Claudine Bing & Justin Freed

November 1-30, 2014

Galatea Fine Art, Boston
More about this exhibition at: Justin Freed Visual Media

About The Artist:

Claudine Bing was born in Paris, France. She presently lives and paints in Boston, Massachusetts. She has been a professor of art, an art curator and an artist in residence. Her teaching positions include The Cleveland Museum of Art, Michigan State University and she is presently Professor Emerita at The Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

Drawings and paintings are always available by contacting the artist claudinebing@aol.com
and at Galatea Fine Arts 460 B Harrison Ave., Boston, MA (617) 542-1500 Galateafineart.com

Awards:

• Recipient,  Mass Cultural Council Award for Painting Out of Sorrow
Curatorial Award, Newton Arts Center, Newton, MA funded by National Endowment for the Arts
• Finalist, Massachusetts Artist's Foundation Fellowship Program in Painting
• Recipient, Massachusetts State Arts Lottery Fund
• Distinguished Teaching Award, Massachusetts College of Art
• Fellow,  John D. Rockefeller 3rd Fund

Selected solo exhibitions include:

Galatea Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts
Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Massachusetts
Helen Shlien Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts
Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts

Selected group exhibitions include:

Pages for the Planet, Artist's Books and Ecology, Hess Gallery, Pine Manor College, Chestnut Hill, MA
Two Person Exhibition, New England Bio Labs, Ipswitch, MA
Beyond the Book, Boston Public Library, Boston, MA
Columbia University, New York, New York
Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts
Art Complex Museum, Duxbury, Massachusetts
DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts
Brockton Art Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts
New England Foundation for the Arts,
Washington Square East Gallery, New York, New York
Clark Gallery, Lincoln, Massachusetts
Tarbox Gallery, San Diego, California
Del Bello Gallery, Toronto, Canada

Selected Collections:

Decordova Museum
Tufts New England Medical Center
Bear Sterns
Metropolitan Life
Peabody and Brown