Jud Yalkut

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Jud Yalkut has had a distinguished career as both a film/video artist and visual graphic artist. Born in New York City in 1938, he attended the High School of Music and Art, the City College of New York and McGill University. Resident in Ohio since 1973, he was Assistant Professor of Art at Wright State University, and taught film from 1968-1973 at the School of Visual Arts, as well as other institutions in New York City. He had retrospectives, “Dream Reels” at the Whitney Museum (2000) and “Videoscapes” at the Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, Ohio (2002), and received the 2005 Ohioana Citation in Visual Arts from the Ohioana Library, as well as six fellowships from the Ohio Arts Council since 1882, and a Writing-in-Media grant from the New York State Council o the Arts. Hr has had many video residencies at the Experimental Television Center in Owego, New York, and his films and videos have been featured in international festivals. Most recently, his work was featured in the touring exhibition “What Sound Does a Color Make?” at Eyebeam Atelier and the touring exhibition “Summer of Love,” curated by the Tate Liverpool Museum (UK-2005) and shown at the Whitney Museum in 2007.

 
Tags: Film, video