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Stan Gregory

Shift in Minor Key

June 19 - July 19, 2008

Stan Gregory
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First published in the United States of America in 2008 by Sundaram Tagore Ink

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Printer Tien Wah Press Pte Ltd.
Photography Tom Griesel and Arkady Lvov
Compilation Gina Im

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Robert Storr is a critic, curator and artist. From 1990 to 2002, he was Curator and then Senior Curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. From 2002 to 2006 he was the first Rosalie Solow Professor of Modern Art at the Institute of Fine Arts of New York University. In 2004 he was the first American born curator to be named as Director of the Venice Biennale. He currently serves as the Dean of the Yale University School of Art.

Stan Gregory was born in Tallahassee, Florida. He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Art at Florida Southern College and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Painting at the University of South Florida. He attended the Arrowmont School of Crafts in Gatlinburg, TN where he studied weaving and vegetable dyeing with Mary Francis Davidson. He worked as a printmaker and then Art Teacher in Florida until moving to New York in 1985. An internationally recognized painter, he is
listed in Who's Who in American Art, and is a multiple grant recipient. His work is included in museum, corporate and private collections throughout the world.

Artist's Appreciations
I would like to thank Rob Storr, Dean of the Yale University School of Art, who I think was the fourth busiest person in NYC when the catalogue essay was needed. He met the deadline with prose that is both poetic and insightful. I would like to thank Meryl Cohen, Director of Registration and Art Services at the Solomon R. Gugenheim Museum, my wife, for her unquestioning patience and angelic patience. Also, thank you to Tom Greisel who photographed the images for the catalogue in a desperately limited space. Also, thanks to Pete Omslor at the Museum of Modern Art.