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Carl Dimitri Carl Dimitri (b. 1967). In 2012, Dimitri received Fellowships in Painting from the Vermont Studio Center and the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts. In 2013, he was elected into the Drawing Center. He has published illustrations for the Kenyon Review, Bomb and Guernica; and illustrations and book covers for Dandelion Farm, Madame X and Ephebic Dreamery Department by the acclaimed poet and playwright Darcie Dennigan. He has shown in New York City, Miami, Cincinnati, and New London, and has exhibited throughout Providence, with shows at Brown University and the University of Rhode Island. A Providence native, Dimitri moved to Los Angles in 1990 to pursue art and music. He moved to England in 1994 and enrolled in a graduate program at the University of Essex. He also lived and studied in Berlin, Germany and the Czech Republic. In 2000, he returned to the United States and published a novel and a dozen short stories. But visual art became increasingly dominant during this time. In its ability to contain all of the abstractions, rhythms and forms he found in music and literature, painting became a fierce, unrelenting compulsion. Type: Ink, acrylic and paper mounted onto masonite
Dimensions: 24 x 48 inches
Frame Dimensions: 25.75 x 49.75 inches framed
Signature: signed verso
The Bull of Heaven
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