Professor Davidson's work is in many private and public collections, including Yale University, Wellesley College, Boston Public Library, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Houghton Library, Harvard University.
Professional Title: Professor of Fine Arts
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: Visual Books
Education: MFA, School of the Museum of Fine Arts/Tufts University;
BA, Binghamton University
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Deborah Davidson currently teaches Visual Books at the Art Institute of Boston and is also part of the core faculty in the MFA program. She exhibits widely, including shows at the Fredrik Meijer Garden and Sculpture Park, part of Artprize, William Scott Gallery, Plum Gallery, Jane Deering Gallery, Tufts University Art Gallery, Art Complex, Montserrat College of Art. Deborah's independent curatorial projects include an exhibit at Gallery 360 at Northeastern University entitled What is Contained: The Book As Subject And Object and a drawing show called Cannot Be Describe In Words: Drawing Expanded at the Concord Art Association. In 2011 she was an Artist in Residence at Northeastern University.
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