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Leo Morrissey

Leo Morrissey

Associate Professor of Art

School:

A&S

Department:

Art & Visual Studies

Office Location:

JH 214

Office Hours:

Educational Background

  • -Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts, New Brunswick,  NJ, M.F.A. 
  • -University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, B.F.A. (Awarded with Honors)

Professional Experience

  • Leo Morrissey is an artist whose work deals with the personal notation of time in his everyday life. He works from a conceptual perspective; his interest is in the commonality and history of objects, not materials. He has been a recipient of a Pollack-Krasner Foundation Grant in New York NY and the Hauberg Fellowship from Pilchuck Glass School Seattle WA. His artwork has been included in exhibitions at the, Museum Of Modern Art, New York, Taiwan Museum of Art, Monash Gallery in Australia, Glassmusset Ebeltoft Denmark and the Musee du Pays et Val De Charmey, Switzerland,  Eugenio de Almeida Foundation, Evora, Portugal, Galleria Carbone, Ferrara Italy. His work is included in the PIEROGI Flatfiles in New York, NY. Morrissey’s work is included in numerous public and private collections and archives including the following: Taiwan Museum of Art, ROC, Taiwan, Republic of China, Museum of Modern Art Silverman Fluxus Collection, New York, NY, Museum of Modern Art/ Franklin Furnace/Artist Book Collection and the The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Museum in New Brunswick, NJ.
  • FOUND, a book of Morrissey’s work was published by Redfoxpress, Achill Island Ireland, in 2016.

Research / Creativity Interest Area

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