Shimon Attie’s Artwork is Featured on the PBS Newshour

Shimon Attie’s Artwork is Featured on PBS Newshour, broadcast nationally on Dec 22, 2021, as part of PBS’s Canvas (Arts and Culture) Series.

The broadcast may be viewed here.

Shimon Attie’s Night Watch, in San Francisco Bay, Garners Rave Reviews and Press Coverage

Shimon Attie’s floating Media Installation, Night Watch, in San Francisco Bay, garners rave reviews.

Photo Nadim Badiee

Night Watch in San Francisco Bay garnered rave reviews and press coverage, including among others:

  • The cover story of SF/Arts, the monthly arts insert for the Sunday New York Times in Northern California, which can be read here;
  • A major feature in the San Francisco Chronicle, by arts critic Tony Bravo, which can be read here;
  • A review by Genevieve Quick in 48 hills, which can be read here;
  • Included in the San Francisco Chronicle’s Best of 2021 art events, which can be read here.

Shimon Attie’s Night Watch Installation Travels to San Francisco Bay

Artist: Shimon Attie
Gallery: Catharine Clark Gallery
Photographer: John Janca

Shimon Attie’s floating Media Installation, Night Watch, first presented in New York City’s Waterways in 2018, comes to San Francisco Bay in September, 2021 in conjunction with a solo exhibition at Catharine Clark Gallery.

The details of Night Watch’s Bay Area premier and related events may be viewed here.

The details of the solo exhibition, Here, not Here, at San Francisco’s Catharine Clark Gallery may be viewed here.

Shimon Attie Appointed as Horger Artist in Residence at Lehigh University in Bethlehem for 2021-22

Shimon Attie has been appointed as Horger Artist in Residence at Lehigh University in Bethlehem for 2021-22.  In this position, Attie will create a multi-media immersive Installation that engages Bethlehem’s past, present, and future.  The completed artwork will be exhibited at the Lehigh University Art Gallery in the Fall of 2022.  More on this appointment may be read here.

Shimon Attie named Inaugural Charles C. Bergman Endowed Visiting Professor in Studio Art at Stony Brook University

Shimon Attie has been named the Inaugural Charles C. Bergman Endowed Visiting Professor in Studio Art at Stony Brook University.  The position lasts for two years and details may be read here.

Shimon Attie’s Work Included in Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery Triennial, Washington, DC – American Portraiture Today

October 26, 2019 – August 31st, 2020

On Saturday, October 26, The Outwin 2019: American Portraiture Today will open to the public, comprising artwork selected by finalists of the Portrait Gallery’s fifth triennial Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition. These portraits challenge the definition of portraiture and attest to its relevance today.