Bruno Civitico

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Bruno Civitico
Born: 1942 Dignano D’Istria, Italy
Selected Solo Exhibitions
1994
Contemporary Realists, The Gallery, Hall Crown Center, Kansas City, MO
1992
Contemporary Realist Gallery, San Francisco, CA
The Works of Bruno Civitico, Halsey Gallery, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC
Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC
1988
Contemporary Realist Gallery, San Francisco, CA
A Retrospective of Fifteen Years, 1972–87, The Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences, Manchester, N
1983
Robert Schoelkopf Gallery, New York, NY
1982
Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA
1980
Robert Schoelkopf Gallery, New York, NY
1979
The Gallery & George Yong Gallery, Portsmouth, NH
1978
Robert Schoelkopf Gallery, New York, NY
1976
Robert Schoelkopf Gallery, New York, NY
1973
Robert Schoelkopf Gallery, New York, NY
Selected Group Exhibitions
1998
Artists Who Look Back: Spirituality in Contemporary Art, Museo Italo Americano, San Francisco, CA
1997
10th Anniversary Exhibition, Hackett Freedman Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1995
Flower Paintings, Contemporary Realist Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1994
Vividly Told- Contemporary Southern Narrative Painting, Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA
Parallax Views, Koplin Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
1993
Contemporary Realists, The Gallery, Halls Crown Center, Kansas City, MO
Drawings by American Artists, Contemporary Realist Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1992
New American Figure Painting, Contemporary Realist Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1991
Paintings from the Contemporary Realist Gallery, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
Contemporary Charleston, Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC
Figure, Contemporary Realist Gallery, San Francisco, CA
The Italian Tradition in Contemporary American Landscape Painting 1960–90, Gibbes Museum of Art,
Charleston, SC
1989
US ART, Contemporary Realist Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1988
The Vanitas Theme, Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY
Painting From Life, Bayly Museum, Charlottesville, VA
Piccolo Spoleto Invitational, City Gallery, Charleston, SC
1987
Modern Myths: Classical Renewal, Boise Museum, Boise, ID
Storytellers, Contemporary Realist Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1986
Two still-life Painters, Varley/Stevens Gallery, Portsmouth, NH
1985
still-life Painting, Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY
1984
Still-life Painting, Robert Schoelkopf Gallery, New York, NY
1983
Cleveland Museum Annual, Cleveland Museum, Cleveland, OH
1981
Narrative Painting, Alan Frumkin Gallery, New York, NY
1986
Two still-life Painters, Varley/Stevens Gallery, Portsmouth, NH
1985
still-life Painting, Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY
1984
Still-life Painting, Robert Schoelkopf Gallery, New York, NY
1983
Cleveland Museum Annual, Cleveland Museum, Cleveland, OH
1981
Narrative Painting, Alan Frumkin Gallery, New York, NY
1980
Realism and Metaphor, USF Art Galleries and Jacksonville Art Museum, Jacksonville, FL
1978
Toward a Renewal of Classicism, Bayly Museum of Art, Charlottesville, VA
1977
Brooklyn College Faculty Past and Present, Davis & Long Gallery, New York, NY
1976
Patron’s Choice, De Cordova Museum, Lincoln, MA
American Figure Drawing, Adelaide & Melbourne, Australia
1974
C. Hassam Purchase Prize Exhibition, American Academy of Arts & Letters, New York, NY
1973
Narrative Painting, Kansas City Art Inswtitute, Kansas City , MO
1972
Contemporary Landscape, MOMA Penthouse, New York, NY
Realist Revival, Amer. Feder. of Arts, New York, NY
1971
New American Realists, Il Fante di Spade, Rome, Italy
1969
Direct Representation, Fischbach Gallery, New York, NY
Collections
Boston Public Library, Boston, MA
Bayly Museum of Art, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Claude Bernard Galleries, Nerw York, NY
Chemical Bank of New York, New York, NY
University of Indiana, Bloomington, IN
Manchester Chamber of Commerce, Manchester, NH
Bank of New Hampshire, New Hampshire, NH
Edmund Pillsbury, Fort Worth, TX
Helen and Milet Andrejevich, New York, NY
Donald and Allison Innes, Charlottesville, VA
Varley Stevens Gallery, NH
Michael Krassner , San Francisco, CA
Robert B. Gutterman, MD, San Francisco, CA
Graftan P. Tanquary, Los Angeles, CA
Boyd Blackburn, San Francisco, CA
Thomas Jackson, MD, San Francisco, CA
Richard Levy, MD, San Francisco, CA
Selected Bibliography
1998
Whyte, Robert, Artists Who Look Back: Spirituality in Contemporary Art, Museo Italo Americano.
1997
Hackett Freedman Gallery, 1987–1997, Hackett Freedman Gallery.
1995
Lucie-Smith, Edward, Art Today, Phaidon Press, p. 232.
Mann, james, “The Master of Bruno Civitico,” American Arts Quarterly, Winter, p. 13.
1993
Cooper, James F., “Henri Matisse to Bruno Civitico,” American Arts Quarterly, James F. Cooper, New York,
NY, Winter, pp. 3-8.
1992
Bolt, Thomas, New American Figure Painting, Contemporary Realist Gallery.
Drake, Nicholas, The Post and Courier.
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Lucie-Smith, Edward, Art Today, Phaidon Press, p. 232.
Mann, james, “The Master of Bruno Civitico,” American Arts Quarterly, Winter, p. 13.
1993
Cooper, James F., “Henri Matisse to Bruno Civitico,” American Arts Quarterly, James F. Cooper, New York,
NY, Winter, pp. 3-8.
1992
Bolt, Thomas, New American Figure Painting, Contemporary Realist Gallery.
Drake, Nicholas, The Post and Courier.
1990
The Italian Tradition in Contemporary American Landscape Painting, 1960–90, Gibbes Museum.
1988
Jencks, Charles, Post-Modernism: The New Classicism in Art and Architecture.
1986
Jecks, Charles, What is Post-Modernism, Academy Editions.
1985
Henry, Gerrit, Arts Magazine.
Skepits, Joseph C., Strokes of Genius.
1984
Raynor, V, New York Times.
Hollander, John, Arts Magazine.
1982
Donohoe, V., Philadelphia Enquirer.
Agar, Eunice, “Bruno Civitico,” American Artist.
1981
Brewster, Todd, “Narrative Art,” Horizon.
Zwerling, Lisa, New Observations.
1980
Kramer, Hilton, New York Times.
Raynor, V., New York Times.
1978
Raynor, V., New York Times.
Tannenbaum, J., Arts Magazine.
1976
Kramer, Hilton, New York Times.
Perl, Jed, Art in America.
1973
Mellow, J.R., New York Times.
Kulterman, Udo, New Realism, NYGS.
1972
Henry, Gerrit, Artnews.
1969
Written, R. Pincus, Art Forum.
Lucie-Smith, Edward, American Art Now, William Morrow

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