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    • About:

      Daniel Heyman, printmaker and painter, is a recipient of Guggenheim and Pew Fellowships, as well as multiple research grants from Princeton University and RISD. Residencies include Dartmouth College; Herzliya, Israel; MacDowell; Yaddo; Millay; and the Nagasawa Art Park. His work is in over 30 public collections including the Getty Research Institute; Hood Museum of Art; Library of Congress; New York Public Library; Philadelphia Museum of Art. A show of portraits of Iraqi torture victims from Abu Ghraib Prison was exhibited in 9 states; his work has been exhibited in major museums around the US. He teaches at RISD, Princeton University and the Pennsylvania Academy of Art. After spending over two decades in Philadelphia, he recently moved to rural Rhode Island. Heyman holds degrees from Dartmouth College, the University of Pennsylvania and is represented by Cade Tompkins Projects in Providence, RI.

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