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Keith Milow  (b. 1945)

Nationality:BritishApproach:Sculptor and printmaker. Considered one of the most important artists of his generation, Milow's works have been described as often a 'cross between painting and sculpture'. First gaining prominence in the 1970s his work has contained, at various stages, mathematical, Contructivist and architectural references, particularly Graeco-Roman classicism and Western cultural tradition.
1962-1967: Studied at Camberwell School of Art, London
1967-1968: Royal College of Art, London
1970-72: Gregory Fellow in Painting at The University of Leeds
He has taught at Chelsea School of Art, London; Reading University, Reading; Royal College of Art, London; School of Visual Arts, New York, 1980-1987; School of Visual Arts, Summer program, Morocco, 1983; Kent State University, Ohio, Summer program, 1985
He is represented by the Norha Haime Gallery, 41 East 57th Street, New York, NY 10022 and
Mindy Oh Gallery, 300 W Superior, Chicago, IL 60610, U.S.A., with whom he has had numerous exhibitions. He has also exhibited regularly with the Nigel Greenwood Gallery London, and the Annina Nosei Gallery, New York

Awards

1970-72 Gregory Fellowship in Painting at The University of Leeds
1972-74 Harkness Fellowship to USA
1976 Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Award
1979 Arts Council of Great Britain, major award
1979 First Prize, Eastern Arts National Exhibition
1983 Edward Albee Foundation Award

Biographical Notes

Lived in New York 1980 - 2002; now based in Amsterdam

Works by Keith Milow 

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Drawing 1D/2B/75
Keith Milow 1975

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