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Charles Clough
Charles Clough (American, 1951-) was born in Buffalo, NY, in 1951. He established his studio in 1971 and founded Hallwalls Center for Contemporary Art with Robert Longo and Cindy Sherman in Buffalo in 1974. His art has been exhibited in over 60 solo and over 150 group exhibitions throughout North America and Europe and is included in the permanent collections of over 70 museums. Clough studied at the Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY from 1969-70, and the following year studied at the Ontario College of Art, Toronto, Ontario, Canada from 1971-72. He furthered his studies at the State University of New York at Buffalo, Center for Media Studies from 1973-74 and later at the New York University, Information Technologies Institute, NYC from 1997-98. He taught at Columbia University, NYC in 1981 and also at the Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI in 2008. Clough determined in 1976 that his life project would be to make “the photographic epic of a painter as a film or a ghost” which he refers to as “pepfog” and describes in Pepfog Clufff.

“…I’ve come to view Clough as a smart conceptualist, owing more to Duchamp than De Kooning. His life’s work is way more about process than product, more about the meaning of painting, than about pure painting.”[1] – Bruce Adams, art critic for the Buffalo Spree.

Chronology:

1951- Born, Buffalo, NY.

1973- Exhibited, solo show, Gallery 219, SUNY at Buffalo, NY.

1974- Exhibited, solo show, Gallery 219, SUNY at Buffalo, NY.

1975- Exhibited, solo show, Gallery 219, SUNY at Buffalo, NY.

1976- Exhibited, solo show, Hallwalls, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Begegnung mit Buffalo”, Auslands Institute, Dortmund, West Germany. Exhibited, group show, “Hallwalls Group Show”, Artists Space, NYC.

1977- Exhibited, solo show, Gallery 219, SUNY at Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “New Art Auction and Exhibition”, Artists Space, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “In Western New York”, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NYC.

1978- Exhibited, solo show, Artlink, Fort Wayne, IN. Exhibited, group show, “37th Annual Western New York Exhibition”, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Traditions/ Five Painters”, curated by Linda Cathcart, Artists Space, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Buffalo-Chicago-Exchango”, N.A.M.E. Gallery, Chicago, IL.

1979- Exhibited, solo show, CEPA Gallery, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Invitational”, Pam Adler Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Hallwalls, Five Years: A Traveling Exhibition”, Upton Gallery, SUNY at Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, A-Space, Toronto, Canada. Exhibited, group show, Parsons Gallery, The New Museum, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Six Artists Under Thirty”, curated by Dr. Edna Lindemann, The Burchfield Art Center, Buffalo, NY.

1980- Exhibited, solo show, Pam Adler Gallery, New York, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, WA.

1981- Exhibited, solo show, Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, WA. Exhibited, solo show, Piu due Cannaviello, Milan, Italy. Exhibited, solo show, Galleria N’apolitana delle Arti, Naples, Italy.

1982- Exhibited, solo show, Pam Adler Gallery, New York, NY. Exhibited, group show, “The Americans: The Collage”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Houston, TX. Exhibited, group show, “Partitions”, Pratt Manhattan Center, NYC. Exhibited, group show, Pratt Institute Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. Exhibited, group show, “20th Anniversary Exhibition of the Vogel Collection”, Brainerd Art Center, Potsdam, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Art on Paper”, Weatherspoon Gallery, Greensboro, NC. Exhibited, group show, “Invitational”, Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Gallery Group”, Pam Adler Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Upstate Landscape”, Gallery 53, Cooperstown, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Commodities Corporation Collection”, Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Exhibited, group show, Oklahoma Museum of Art, Oklahoma City, OK. Exhibited, group show, Santa Barbara Museum, Santa Barbara, CA. Exhibited, group show, Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, MI. Exhibited, group show, Madison Art Center, Madison, WI. Exhibited, group show, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, AL. Exhibited, group show, “Analaga”, Chromo-Zone, Toronto, Canada. Exhibited, group show, “Great Big Drawings”, Hayden Gallery, M.I.T., Boston, MA. Exhibited, group show, “New Directions: New York and Toronto”, Toronto International Art Fair, Canada. Exhibited, group show, “Gallery Group”, Pam Adler Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Painting Show”, Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, WA. Exhibited, group show, “Abstraction, an American Tradition”, Henry Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. Exhibited, group show, “Thirty-five Artists Return to Artists Space”, Artists Space, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “1980 Gallery Group”, Pam Adler Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “The Painterly Photograph”, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC. Exhibited, group show, “Media Studies Inc.”, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “7 Young Americans”, Sidney Janis Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Painting and Sculpture Today”, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN. Exhibited, group show, “With Paper About Paper”, curated by Charlotta Kotik, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, MA. Exhibited, group show, “Genius Loci”, curated by Achille Bonito Oliva, Acireale and Ferrara, Italy. Exhibited, group show, “Pam Adler Gallery Artists”, Dade County Community College, Miami, FL.

1983- Exhibited, solo show, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Burchfield Art Center (now the Burchfield-Penney Art Center), Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, WA. Exhibited, group show, “CAPS Graphics Traveling Exhibition”, College of the Finger Lakes, Canandaigua, NY. Exhibited, group show, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Gallery Group”, Galerie Liesbeth Lips, Delft, The Netherlands. Exhibited, group show, “Art Today”, Ward Gallery, Rochester, NY. Exhibited, group show, “The A-more Store”, Jack Tilton Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Hundreds of Drawings”, The New Gallery of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH. Exhibited, group show, “Three-dimensional Photographs/ Selected Artists”, Castelli Graphics, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “The Los Angeles New York Exchange”, LACE, Los Angeles, CA. Exhibited, group show, “Selections”, Karen Lenox Gallery, Chicago, IL.

1984- Exhibited, solo show, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. Exhibited, solo show, Pam Adler Gallery, New York, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Karen Lenox Gallery, Chicago, IL. Exhibited, solo show, Galerie Liesbeth Lips, Delft, The Netherlands. Exhibited, group show, “Painters and Photography/ Photographers and Painting”, Thorpe Intermedia Gallery, Sparkill, NY. Exhibited, group show, “8 in ‘84”, Benefit exhibition, Ronald Feldman Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “CAPS Graphics Traveling Exhibition”, Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC. Exhibited, group show, Kirkland Art Center, Clinton, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Art on Paper”, Weatherspoon Museum, Greensboro, NC.

1985- Exhibited, solo show, The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT. Exhibited, solo show, Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Galerie Liesbeth Lips, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Exhibited, solo show, Jack Tilton Gallery, New York, NY. Exhibited, group show, A “Summer Selection”, Leo Castelli Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Niagara Falls: New Impressions”, The Burchfield Art Center, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Homage to the American Elm”, Gallery 53, Cooperstown, NY. Exhibited, group show, “An Affair of the Heart”, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “20/20”, B.K. Smith Gallery, Lake Erie College, Painesville, OH. Exhibited, group show, “Painting 1985”, Pam Adler Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Gallery Group”, Jack Tilton Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Ten Gallery Artists”, Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, Chicago Art Fair, Chicago, IL. Exhibited, group show, Basel Art Fair, Basel, Switzerland. Exhibited, group show, Madrid Art Fair, Madrid, Spain.

1986- Exhibited, solo show, The Patterson Library and Art Gallery, Westfield, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Galleria Peccolo, Livorno, Italy. Exhibited, solo show, Harris, Samuel and Company, Miami, FL. Exhibited, group show, “Ultrasurd”, Curated by Collins & Milazzo, S.L. Simpson Gallery, Toronto, Canada. Exhibited, group show, “Artextreme: Philadelphia Inaugural Exhibition”, Philadelphia, PA. Exhibited, group show, “Paintings”, Galerie Liesbeth Lips, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Exhibited, group show, “Gallery Group”, Jack Tilton Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Clough, Hopkins, Robinson, Schott and Wachtel”, curated by ColinDeLand, American Fine Art Co., NYC.

1987- Exhibited, solo show, American Fine Arts Co., New York, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, OH. Exhibited, group show, “Art of Our Time”, The Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH. Exhibited, group show, “The Wayward Muse, A Historical Survey of Painting in Buffalo”, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “New York Scene”, Galerie Liesbeth Lips, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Exhibited, group show, “P.S. 3 Benefit”, P.S.3, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “From the Collection”, The Burchfield Art Center, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “The Inspiration Comes From Nature”, Jack Tilton Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Painted Pictures”, curated by Andy Grundberg, Midtown Art Center, Houston, TX. Exhibited, group show, “Ex Photo”, curated by Ann Rosen, The Pyramid Club, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Over and Above”, curated by Paul Laster and Renee Ricardo, Pictogram Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “America”, curated by Peter Bach, Albert Totah Gallery, NYC.

1987-88- Exhibited, two-person show, “New Paintings by Charles Clough and Mimi Thompson”, the New Museum, NYC.

1988- Exhibited, solo show, Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Galerie Liesbeth Lips, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Exhibited, solo show, East Aurora Public Library, East Aurora, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Scott Hanson Gallery, New York, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Art at the End of the Social”, curated by Collins & Milazzo, Frederick Roos Museum, Malmo, Sweden. Exhibited, group show, “Selections from the Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection”, Arnot Museum, Elmira, NY. Exhibited, group show, Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, MI. Exhibited, group show, Terra Museum, Chicago, IL. Exhibited, group show, Laumiere Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MO. Exhibited, group show, Art Museum of Florida International University, Miami, FL. Exhibited, group show, “Twelve from New York, Recent Acquisitions for the Nordstern Collection”, The Grey Art Gallery, New York University, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Collage”, curated by Nancy Weekly, The Burchfield Center, Buffalo, NY.

1989- Exhibited, group show, “Charles Clough, Jack Goldstein, Walter Robinson”, Scott Hanson Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “The New Museum Benefit”, The New Museum, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “White Columns Benefit”, White Columns, NYC. Exhibited, group show, Jayne H. Baum Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Los Angeles Art Fair”, Los Angeles, CA.

1990- Exhibited, solo show, American Fine Arts Co., New York, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Scott Hanson Gallery, New York, NY. Exhibited, group show, “All Quiet on the Western Front”, curated and catalog by Antoine Candau and Gerard Delsol, Espace Dieu, Paris, France. Exhibited, group show, “Clyfford Still, A Dialogue”, Philippe Briet Gallery, NYC.

1991- Exhibited, solo show, Roland Gibson Gallery, SUNY Potsdam, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Michael C. Rockefeller Gallery, SUNY Fredonia, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Hallwalls, Buffalo, NY. Burchfield Art Center, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Barbara Gillman Gallery, Miami, FL. Exhibited, group show, “Who Framed Modern Art or the Quantitative Life of Roger Rabbit”, curated and catalog by Collins & Milazzo, Sidney Janis Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Outside America: Going Into the 90s”, curated and catalog essay by Collins & Milazzo, Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta, GA. Exhibited, group show, “The Bibliophile’s Cabinet”, curated by Alan Jones, Paul Kasmin Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “The Big Picture: Recent Large Scale Painting”, curated by Kip Eagan, Museum of Art, Palm Beach, FL. Exhibited, group show, “Invitational”, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, NYC.

1992- Exhibited, solo show, Castellani Art Museum, Niagara University, Niagara Falls, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Country Store, Old Chatham, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Thirtieth Anniversary Exhibition”, Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati OH. Exhibited, group show, “One Day of Painting”, American Fine Art Co., NYC. Exhibited, group show, “The New Museum Benefit”, The New Museum, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “WFMU Benefit”, Germans Van Eck Gallery, NYC.

1993- Exhibited, solo show, Grand Salon, New York, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Elvis Has Left the Building”, curated and catalog essay by Collins & Milazzo, Sandro Chia Studio, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “New Abstraction”, Robert Leitti Arte Contemporanea, Como, Italy. Exhibited, group show, “Sailing to Byzantium with Disenchantment”, curated by Ellio Cappucio, Sergio Tossi Gallery, Prato, Italy. Exhibited, group show, “The New Museum Benefit”, The New Museum, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “White Columns Benefit”, White Columns, NYC.

1994- Exhibited, solo show, The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Tricia Collins Contemporary Art, New York, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Galerie Liesbeth Lips, Breda, The Netherlands. Exhibited, group show, “Across the Trees and Into the Woods (A Sculpture Show)”, The Rushmore Festival, curated and catalog essay by Collins & Milazzo, Woodbury, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Recent Acquisitions”, The Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Small Paintings”, Bill Maynes Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Invitational”, Anita Shapolsky Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “American Drawing Today”, curated by Phillipe Briet, Ecoles des Beaux Arts of Lorent, Rennes et Quimpec, Brittany, France. Exhibited, group show, “Hallwalls Twentieth Anniversary Benefit”, Hallwalls, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Drawing Together”, Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “X-Sightings”, David Anderson Gallery, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “The First Fundraising Event to Benefit American Fine Arts, Co.”, American Fine Arts Co., NYC.

1995- Exhibited, solo show, Castellani Art Museum, Niagara University, Niagara Falls, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Alternatives: 20 Years of Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, 1975-95”, the Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Human/Nature”, the New Museum, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “A, Working Title”, E-Space, Los Angeles, CA. Exhibited, group show, “Invitational”, Anita Shapolsky Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Paint, Deep Space”, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Doggie Style”, Rick Prol Studio, NYC.

1996- Exhibited, solo show, Tricia Collins Contemporary Art, New York NY. Exhibited, solo show, Albertson-Peterson Gallery, Winter Park, FL. Exhibited, group show, “Reconditioned Abstraction”, Forum for Contemporary Art, St. Louis, MO. Exhibited, group show, “Collectors’ Choice A State of Collecting”, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL. Exhibited, group show, “Artist’s Toys”, the Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Gallery Group”, Galerie Liesbeth Lips, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

1997- Exhibited, group show, “Abstract Painting”, Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Conversion”, Tricia Collins Contemporary Art, NYC.

1998- Exhibited, solo show, Tricia Collins Contemporary Art, New York, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Galerie Liesbeth Lips, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Exhibited, group show, “The Choice”, Exit Art/The First World, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “The Agency of Meaning”, Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Black and Blue”, Tricia Collins Contemporary Art, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Over the Mantle, Over the Couch”, Tricia Collins Contemporary Art, NYC.

1999- Exhibited, solo show, Meibohm Fine Arts, East Aurora, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Head to Toe: Impressing the Body”, University Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. Exhibited, group show, “Inaugural Exhibition”, Fuoco Arte Contemporanea, Orvieto, Italy.

2000- Exhibited, solo show, Galerie Liesbeth Lips, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Exhibited, group show, “Drawings and Photographs”, Matthew Marks Gallery, NYC. Exhibited, group show, “Summer Group Show”, Tricia Collins Contemporary Art, NYC.

2001- Exhibited, group show, “Benefit Exhibition”, White Columns, NYC. Exhibited, group show, Faculty Exhibition, Leroy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University, NYC.

2002- Exhibited, solo show, Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Von Lintel Gallery, New York, NY. Exhibited, solo show, Hoxie Gallery, Westerly Public Library, Westerly, RI. Exhibited, group show, “Artist’s Books and Art of Paper”, Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Second Look”, Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Art on Paper”, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY.

2003- Exhibited, solo show, Newport Art Museum, Newport, RI. Exhibited, group show, “New York Scene”, Galerie Liesbeth Lips, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

2004- Exhibited, solo show, Cutchogue Library, Cutchogue, NY. Exhibited, group show, “Wet & Fresh, A Survey of Current Watercolor in Western New York”, Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY.

2005- Exhibited, solo show, Revival House, Westerly, RI. Exhibited, group show, “Salon des Independents”, Hygienic Art Galleries, New London, CT.

2006- Exhibited, group show, “Abexbox”, Chashama, New York, NY.

2007- Exhibited, solo show, Lido Mochetti, Westerly, RI. Exhibited, solo show, Norwich Arts Council, Norwich, CT. Exhibited, group show, “Surface Matter: Collage from the Collection”, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY.

2008- Exhibited, group show, “Transmutation”, Westerly Land Trust, Westerly, RI. Exhibited, group show, “A Collage Survey: Collected Works”, Anderson Gallery, SUNY at Buffalo, NY.

2009-2010- Exhibited, “From Eyes and C-notes to Pepfog and Book: Work by Charles Clough”, Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY. Exhibited, group show, “The Pictures Generation”, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC.

2010- Exhibited, group show, “Bring Your Own Art”, X Initiative, 548 West 22nd Street, NYC.

Public/Corporate Collections: Academy Art Museum, Easton, MD; Akron Art Museum, Akron, OH; Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY; Bank of America, San Francisco, CA; Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL; Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, TX; The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY; Batus Inc. New York, NY; Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL; Boise Art Museum, Boise, ID; Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY; Castellani Art Museum, Niagara University, Niagara Falls, NY; Cedar Rapids Art Museum, Cedar Rapids, IA; Citibank, New York, NY; Colorado Springs Fine Art Center, Colorado Springs, CO; Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, SC; Commodities Corporation, Princeton, NJ; Contemporary Art Museum, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL; Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH; Daum Museum of Contemporary Art, State Fair Community College, Sedalia, MO; Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE; Donna Beam Fine Art Gallery, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV; Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY; Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; George Eastman House, Rochester, NY; Hecht, Higgins & Peterson, New York, NY; High Museum, Atlanta, GA Honolulu Museum of Art, Honolulu, HI; Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH; HSBC Bank, Buffalo, NY; Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV; Hyde Collection, Glens Falls, NY; Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Boston, MA; Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN; Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NB; JP Morgan/Chase, New York, NY; Las Vegas Art Museum, Las Vegas, NV; Luther W. Brady Art Gallery, George Washington University, Washington, DC; M& Co. New York, NY; Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, TN; Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL; Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI; Montclair Museum of Art, Montclair, NJ; Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA; Museum of Modern Art, New York (Franklin Furnace Artists' Book Collection); National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC; New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM; New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA; Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art, Utah State University, Logan, UT; Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Oklahoma City, OK; Owens Corning Fiberglass, Toledo, OH; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA; Perkins, Coie, Seattle, WA; Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ; Physio-Control, Seattle, WA; Plains Art Museum. Fargo, ND; Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME; Portland Museum of Art, Portland, OR; Prudential Insurance, Newark, NJ; Rich Products, Buffalo, NY; Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT; Saint Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis, MO; Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA; Seattle First National Bank, Seattle, WA; Security Pacific Bank, Seattle, WA; South Dakota Museum of Art, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD; Smithsonian Museum of American Art, Washington, DC; Southeast Bank, Miami, FL; Speed Museum of Art, Louisville, KY; Spencer Art Museum, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS; Standard Federal Bank, Troy, MI; UB Art Gallery, University at Buffalo, NY; University of Alaska Museum of the North, Fairbanks, AK; University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, MI; University Museum, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL; University of Southern Florida, Tampa, FL; University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, WY; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA; Weatherspoon Museum of Art, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC; Wiregrass Museum, Dothan, AL; Yale University Art Museum, New Haven, CT; Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, MT.

Publications by the Artist (books): Where the Meaning Begins, panel discussion on abstraction moderated by Charles Clough, with: Leonard Bullock, Cora Cohen, Ron Gorchov, Richard Hennessy, Lucio Pozzi, Jeffrey Wasserman and John Zinsser, Tema Celeste, Syracusa, Italy, no. 35, April-May 1991; 1991, Alternative to Nothingness, An Anthology of Statements Celebrating the Twentieth Anniversary of White Columns, New York, edited by Collins & Milazzo; 1992, For C. Taylor Kew, F.N. Burt Company Bulletin, Fall, Buffalo, NY; 1993, Ptg. 1993, Edited by Mary Haus, Foreward by Tricia Collins & Richard Milazzo, 22 color Xeroxes of paintings; 1993, Surface Verses Probe, Selected Studio Notes, C.C. Studio, New York, 124 pages; 1993, Surface Verses Probe, excerpt of Studio Notes with 9 same-size color Xeroxes; 1994, Robert Burke, Catalog essay, Grand Salon, New York; 1994, Untitled, 86 color Xeroxes of paintings; 1995, Ultramodernism: the Art Charles Clough, texts by Hal Crowther, Anthony Bannon PhD, Linda L. Cathcart, Charlotta Kotik, William Olander, Holland Cotter, Tricia Collins & Richard Milazzo, Carter Ratcliff, Charles A. Riley II, PhD and Clough; 1996, XXV, excerpt of Studio Notes with 26 same-size color inkjet prints; 1996, The First Book of Stereo Views: Buds, Brooks & Rocks, 20 B&W laserjet prints; 1996, Space Invaders, cut out photos; 1998, Chelsea Momento, 105 stereo views, color inkjet prints; 1998, More is Never Enough, exhibition catalog; 1999; Reviews 1998-99; 2000, Charles Clough, text by Carter Ratcliff, 18 color inject prints; 2000, Caesura, 57 stereo color injet prints; 2000, Charlie’s Trip, 24 stereo color inkjet prints; 2000, The Art Complex Museum, 24 stereo color inkjet prints; 2001, The Zodiac Conclusion, 23 color inkjet prints; 2001, Terminal, 47 stereo color inkjet prints; 2001, Journal Features, 78 stereo color inkjet prints; 2001, A Certain Modest Glory, 6 1/2 x 9 1/2”, 24 stereo color inkjet prints; 2001, The Columbian Watercolors, 6 1/2 x 9 1/2”, 18 stereo color inkjet prints; 2001, Two Stones, 17 stereo color inkjet prints; 2001, Certain Matter, 46 stereo color inkjet prints; 2001, Niagara Gorge, 76 stereo color inkjet prints; 2001, Westerly in May, 31 stereo color inkjet prints; 2001, From the Garden of Josephine DeSimone, 32 stereo color inkjet prints; 2001, Comolli Granite, 43 stereo color inkjet prints; 2001, Drawings & Watercolors, 48 color inkjet prints; 2002, With Kolinsky, 52 color inkjet prints; 2002, Views, 43 color inkjet prints; 2002, The Stream Story, 59 color inkjet prints; 2002, Stream, 1,005 color inkjet prints; 2002, Aquariums, 27 color inkjet prints; 2002, Drawings & Watercolors, 99 color inkjet prints; 2002, North Words, 70 inkjet prints of drawings, 40 facsimile inkjet prints of Studio Notes, 8 1/2 x 8 1/2”; 2002, Gungywamp, 92 stereo color inkjet prints; 2002, Afters, 70 inkjet prints; 2003, Newportfolio, essay by Nancy Whipple Grinnell, 50 color inkjet prints; 2003, Spring 2003, (watercolors) 112 color inkjet prints; 2003, Spring 2003, (photos) 92 stereo color inkjet prints; 2003, Outcrop, 39 stereo color inkjet prints; 2003, Kinney Azalea Garden, 73 stereo color inkjet prints; 2003, Wilcox Park, 115 stereo color inkjet prints; 2003, Summer 2003 Pt 1, 80 color inkjet prints; 2003, Summer 2003 Pt 2, 86 color inkjet prints; 2003, The Standard Project, 20 color inkjet prints; 2004, Stream and the Display Repro, 204 color inkjet prints; 2004, Drawings Fall 03-Spring 04, 69 color inkjet prints; 2004, Watercolors Fall 03-Spring 04 Pt 1, 81 color inkjet prints; 2004, Watercolors Fall 03-Spring 04 Pt 2, 84 color inkjet prints; 2004, Watercolors Fall 03-Spring 04 Pt 3, 89 color inkjet prints; 2004, Paintings, text by Charles A. Riley II, PhD, 11 color inkjet prints; 2004, Drawings Fall 03-Spring 04, 69 color inkjet prints; 2004, Watercolors Fall 03-Spring 04 Part 1, 81 color injet prints; 2004, Watercolors Fall 03-Spring 04 Part 2, 84 color injet prints; 2004, Watercolors Fall 03-Spring 04 Part 3, 89 color injet prints; 2004, Paintings, text by Charles A. Riley II, PhD, 11 color inkjet prints, catalog for the exhibition: Charles Clough: Paintings at the Cutchogue-New Suffolk Free Library, Cutchogue, NY; 2004, Black & Wash, 36 inkjet prints; 2004, Summer Color 2004, 36 color inkjet prints; 2004, Book of Books, catalog of hand-bound, inkjet printed book to that date; 2005, Charles Clough: Paintings, 11 color inkjet prints; 2005, Charles Clough Revival House, catalog for the exhibition: The Art of Charles Clough at Revival House, Westerly, RI, text by Sidney Slow, 21 illustrations; 2005, Charles Clough: Three Paintings, 3 color inkjet prints; 2006, Charles Clough: Paintings, 4 color inkjet prints; 2006, The Westerly Sculpture, 45 color inkjet prints; 2006, Charles Clough: One Painting, 354 color illustrations; 2007, Charles Clough: The Westerly Transition, catalog for the exhibition: The Westerly Transition at the Norwich Arts Council, Norwich, CT; 2007, Pepfog Clufff (first version), 13 color illustrations; 2007, Pepfog Clufff, monograph; 2007, Charles Clough: The Afters, 36 color illustrations; 2007, Pepfog Clufff (final version), 119 pages, illustrated monograph, ISBN 978-0-6151-7814-1; 2008, A Canon of Our Own, edited by Charles Clough, Rhode Island School of Design, Two-Dimensional Design, Class 1004-5 repainted the history of art, 198 pages, ISBN 978-0-6152-1128-2; 2008, Charles Clough: Pepfog 3, 120 color illustrations; 2008, Charles Clough’s Westerly Art Project, Summer 2008, 88 pages ISBN 978-0-615-25516-3; 2009, Charles Clough: Pepfog 9.1, 330 pages; 2009, Charles Clough: Pepfog 9.8, 248 pages; 2009, From Eyes and C-notes to Pepfog With Books, 80 pages, catalog for exhibition at Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY, November, 2009-January 2010, text by Charlotta Kotik.

Publications about the Artist (catalogs): All Quiet on the Western Front, Antoine Candau and Gerard Delsol, Espace Dieu, Paris, France, 1990; The Americans: The Collage, Linda Cathcart, Contemporary Art Museum, Houston, TX, 1982; 1991, Art at the End of the Social, Collins & Milazzo, Frederick Roos Museum, Malmo, Sweden, 1988; Art on Paper...Since 1980, Gilbert F. Carpenter, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC, 1982; Charles Clough: More is Never Enough, Charles A. Riley II, Grand Salon, New York, NY, 1998; Charles Clough: Paintings 1994, Charles A. Riley II, Grand Salon, New York, NY, 1994; Charles Clough: Ptg. 1993, edited by Mary Haus, Grand Salon, New York, NY, 1993; Charles Clough: The Vision Thing, Bill Maynes, The Country Store, Old Chatham, NY, 1992; Charles Clough: Redemptive Play, Carter Ratcliff, Roland Gibson Gallery, SUNY Potsdam, NY, 1991; Charles Clough: Hot Paint and the Cold Shoulder, Collins & Milazzo, Scott Hanson Gallery, New York, NY, 1990; Charles Clough, Alan Jones, Roberto Peccolo Gallery, Livorno, Italy, 1986; Clough, Linda Cathcart and Charlotta Kotik, Albright-Knox Art Gallery and Burchfield Art Center, Buffalo, NY, 1983; Commodities Corporation Collection, Sam Hunter, Princeton, NJ, 1982; Genius Loci, Achille Bonito Oliva, XIV Rassegna Internationale d’Arts Acireale Turistico-Termale, Palazzo di Citta, Acireale, Italy, 1980; Great Big Drawings, Katy Kline, Hayden Gallery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, MA, 1982; Hallwalls: Five Years, A Traveling Exhibition, Marcia Tucker and Roger Denson, The New Museum, New York, NY, 1979; New Directions: New York and Toronto, David Burnett, Toronto International Art Fair, Toronto, Canada, 1981; Outside America: Going Into the 90s, Collins & Milazzo, Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta, GA, 1991; Painting and Sculpture Today 1980, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN, 1980; The Painterly Photograph, Anthony Bannon, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC, 1980; Partitions, Ellen Schwartz and John Perrault, Pratt Manhattan Center, New York, NY, 1982; Six Artists Under Thirty, Dr. Edna Lindemann, The Burchfield Art Center, Buffalo State College, 1980; The Standard Federal Bank Art Collection, Troy, MI, 1992; 35 Artists Return to Artists Space, William Zimmer, Artists Space, New York, NY, 1981; Traditions/Five Painters, Linda Cathcart, Artists Space, New York, NY, 1980; 20th Anniversary Exhibition of the Vogel Collection, Georgia Coopersmith, SUNY Potsdam, 1982; Ultrasurd, Collins & Milazzo, S.L. Simpson Gallery, Toronto, Canada; The Wayward Muse: A Historical Survey of Painting in Buffalo, Susan Krane, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, 1987; Who Framed Modern Art or the Quantitative Life of Roger Rabbit, Collins & Milazzo, Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, NY, 1991.

Publications about the Artist (articles): “What’s Wrong With This Picture?”, Cover Magazine, No. 6, Spring, New York, NY; Bannon, Anthony, “The Art of Charles Clough Makes Old Masters New”, Buffalo News, April 15, 1983; Brenson, Michael, “Review: Charles Clough”, The New York Times, December 27, 1985, p.c26; Butera, Virginia, “Review: Charles Clough”, Artsmagazine, New York, April 1982; Cameron, Dan, “The Groundhog Report”, Artsmagazine, New York, February, 1985, p.96; Cohen, Ronnie, “Review: Charles Clough”, Art News, New York, May, 1983; Collins (Tricia) & Milazzo (Richard), “Tropical Codes”, Kunstforum, Cologne, Germany, December 1987- January 1988; “Three New Artists”, Bottom Line, New York, December 15, 1989; “Hyperframes”, Editions Antoine Candau, Paris, France, Volumes I & II, 1989-90; Cotter, Holland, “Review: Charles Clough”, Art in America, June 1988; “Review: Clough”, Goldstein, Robinson, Tema Celeste, Syracusa, Italy, October-December 1989; Cox, Meg, “Postal Clerk and Wife Amass Art Collection in New York Flat”, The Wall Street Journal, January 30, 1986, p.1; Cyphers, Peggy, “Review: Clough”, Goldstein, Robinson, Artsmagazine, New York, October 1989; Denson, Roger, “Charles Clough”, Tema Celeste, Siracusa, Italy, May-June 1991; Donovan, Pat, “Clough’s ‘Big Finger’ Points to Influence of Old Masters”, Business First Magazine, Buffalo, May 13, 1985; Drohojowska, Hunter, “The L.A./N.Y. Cultural Exchange”, L.A. Weekly, July 1-7, 1983; Foster, Hal, “New Abstract Painting”, Art in America, May, 1986; Galuszka, Frank, “Abstract Painting and Cybernetics”, Carrie Haddad Gallery, September 1997; Glueck, Grace, “The Screen Comes Into Its Own”, The New York Times, September 19, 1982; Gross, Jonathan, “Breaking, MTV Style”, American Film Magazine, May 1986; Hanson, Bernard, “Art Review”, The Hartford Courant, December, 1986, p. G6; Harkavy, Donna, “Charles Clough”, Artsmagazine, February, 1982; Haus, Mary, ““Big Fingers” at the Paint-in”, Art News, January, 1993; Henry, Max, “Review: Charles Clough”, www. artnet.com, February 2, 1999; Huntington, Richard, “Clough’s abstractions are refreshingly direct”, Buffalo News, March 4, 1988; “Charles Clough, thinking big in public”, Buffalo News, June 14, 1992; “Big fun in the artworld”, Buffalo News, August 14, 1992; Johnson, Ken, “Calendar”, New York Times, November 6, 1998; “Calendar”, New York Times, June 24, 1998; Jones, Alan, “Art Breaks, The MTV Collection”, NY Talk, November, 1985, p. 61; “Charlie Clough, The Fine Art of Finger Painting”, NY Talk, November 1985, p. 61; Kimmelman, Michael, “Art in Review: The Choice”, New York Times, December 18, 1998; Knight, Christopher, “Los Angeles-New York Exchange Leaves Us With a Trade Deficit”, L.A. Herald Examiner, June 26, 1983; Korotkin, Joyce, “Charles Clough: Review, M”, The New York Art World, September 2002; Kotik, Charlotta, “Grand Lobby Installation by Charles Clough”, Bulletin of The Brooklyn Museum, December, 1985, p. 3; Licata, Elizabeth, “Charles Clough’s Dreampix”, Art in America, July, 1992; Linker, Kate, “Charles Clough at Pam Adler”, Artforum, April, 1984; Madoff, Steven Henry, “What is Postmodern About Painting: The Scandanavian Lectures”, Artsmagazine, September, 1985, p. 116; Munchnic, Suzanne, “Same Old Statements from 6 New York Artists”, L.A. Times, June 27, 1983; Olander, William, “Two Painters: Charles Clough and Mimi Thompson”, On View at the New Museum, (Bulletin), November 27, 1987; Patton, Phil, “The Art Comeback”, New York Magazine, April 21, 1986; Picot, Pierre, “Righteous Intentions”, Artweek, July 2, 1983, p. 56; Ratcliff, Carter, “The Short Life of the Sincere Stroke”, Art in America, January, 1983; “Contemporary American Art”, Flash Art, Summer 1982; Robinson, Walter, “1985 Review: Public Art”, Art in America Annual, 1986-87, p. 42; Shapiro, Harriet, “Using Modest Means the Vogels Build a Major Collection”, People Magazine, September 8, 1986; Smith, Roberta, “Surface Effects”, Village Voice, January 31, 1984; “Intermural Painting”, Village Voice, February, 23, 1982; “Review:, Clyfford Still: A Dialogue”, New York Times, October 26, 1990; Sturman, John, “Review: Over and Above”, Art News, May 1986, p. 138; Tatransky, Valentin, “Charles Clough”, Artsmagazine, April, 1984; Taylor, Paul, “A New Avenue for Art...Madison”, Vogue, February, 1986, p. 80; Tully, Judd, “Review: Charles Clough”, Artworld, New York, March, 1983; Turner, Elisa, “At the Galleries”, The Miami Herald, October 23, 1986; Upshaw, Reagan, “Charles Clough at Pam Adler”, Art in America, September, 1982; Westfall, Stephan, “Review: Charles Clough”, Artsmagazine, March, 1986; Woodward, Richard B., “A Museum Grows in Brooklyn”, Art News, September, 1986, p. 79.

Lectures: The Newport Art Museum, Newport, RI, March 16, 2003; The Westerly Public Library, Westerly, RI, September 21, 2002 and March 30, 2008; The Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo, NY, October 12, 2002 & October 17, 1999; Worcester State College, Worcester, MA, April 21, 1999; Webster University, St. Louis, MO, November 15, 1996; The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY, April 10, 1994; Castellani Art Museum, Niagara University, Niagara Falls, NY, April 9, 1992; SUNY Potsdam, NY, October 7, 1991; SUNY Fredonia, NY, April 8, 1991; Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, October 5, 1986; University of Hartford, CT, January 28, 1986; Arnot Museum, Elmira, NY, October 4, 1986; The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn NY, March 22, 1986; University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, February 12, 1985; The Wadsworth Athenaeum, Hartford, CT, November 4, 1985; C.W. Post University, Greenvale, NY, May 19, 1984; Yale University, New Haven, CT, September 22, 1984; SUNY Buffalo, NY, November 4, 1983; Buffalo State College, Buffalo, NY, December 2, 1983; The Burchfield Art Center, Buffalo, NY, February 12, 1983; The Funnel, Toronto, Canada, April 4, 1982; And/or, Seattle, WA, June 18, 1980; California Institute for the Arts, Valencia, CA, October 15, 1979; Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN, May 10, 1977.

Broadcasts: 60 Minutes, CBS, January 8, 1995; CBS Sunday Morning, CBS, May 10, 1987; “All Things Considered”, National Public Radio, October 24, 1986; “Andy Warhol’s Fifteen Minutes”, MTV, October 20, 1985.

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(Source: Biographical information from the artist’s website clufff.com; quote [1] from Buffalo Spree online, Talk about the Arts section, “See them now: Cheap prints and T-shirt art at Nina Freudenheim”, by Bruce Adams, art critic, December 7, 1999; Portrait photo from www.clufff.com.)
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