Professor Apesos has been with the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University since 1992.
Professional Title: Professor of Fine Arts
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: Painting; Drawing
Area of Work and Concentration at Lesley: Fine Arts; Art History; Graduate Program in Visual Arts
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: Art of the Western World I; Making and Meaning; Graduate Studio I/II; Drawing Fundamentals; Drawing Studio I/II; Advanced Figure Painting
Education: MFA, Fine Arts, Milton Avery Graduate School of the Fine Arts, Bard College (1991);
Four-Year Certificate in Painting, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (1979);
BA, Religion, Vassar College (1975)
Representative List of Recent Publications / Exhibitions:
Anthony Apesos is a painter who studied at Vassar College (BA), Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (Certificate) and the Milton Avery Graduate School of Fine Arts at Bard College (MFA). Selected one-person shows: Andrea Marquit Fine Arts, Boston; F.A.N. Gallery, Philadelphia; More Gallery, Philadelphia; Villanova University Art Gallery; Michael Dunev Gallery, San Francisco. Selected group shows: Allentown Art Museum, Pennsylvania; Amos Eno Gallery, New York; Artists' Choice Museum, New York; Philadelphia Sketch Club, Art Alliance, Philadelphia. He was a critic for the New Art Examiner. Apesos was chair of the fine arts department at the Art Institute and was the founding director of the AIB MFA program in Visual Arts. He is currently Professor in the Fine Arts Department at AIB. Awards include Kress Traveling Fellowship from the University of the Arts, Philadelphia; grant from the New England Foundation for the Arts.
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