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AU Alum Clifford Singer's 'New Geometric Work' Appears in Las Vegas
2/24/17

Artist Clifford Singer has devoted himself to exploring matematical themes in his art.

Artist Clifford Singer has devoted himself to exploring matematical themes in his art.

Alfred University alumnus Clifford Singer recently exhibited New Geometric Work at Foley Federal Building, United States courthouse, in Las Vegas, Nev.

Clifford, who received his BFA from Alfred University in 1977, has been exploring geometric themes in his work since 1970. He writes in a biographical statement: “In 1970, I knew that I should devote my life work to geometry in art. I have had an interest in geometric art that has led me through a progression of phases with my work beginning in 1972….The emphasis of the work has been within the range of purely geometrical thought and vision since about 1972-1973. Since my decision early on, … I found myself rooted in researching everything that I found to be mathematical in geometric measurability.”

In addition to his recent show at Foley Federal Building, Singer has been represented in the collections of the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, AT&T, Boca Raton Museum of Art, Bridges Organization, Citibank, General Electric Company, General Instrument Corporation,  IBM Corporation, Lincoln Center/List Art Posters, McGraw Hill, NY, Mobil Oil Corporation, Museum of Graphic Arts, Tokyo, MOMA, NY, Mondriaanhuis-Amersfoort, Reader’s Digest, Revlon, Texaco, Trinity University, TX, TRW, US Trust Company, and Xerox Publishing Group.

Following his undergraduate education at Alfred University, Singer received his MFA at City College of New York, CUNY. He is currently a resident of La Vegas.