5 facts about Joe Zucker

Joe Zucker (born 1941) is an American player who was born in Chicago, Illinois. He usual a B.F.A. from the Art Institute of Chicago in 1964 and an M.F.A., from the same institution in 1966.

His art is quirky and idiosyncratic, and most often relates to the materials, such as cotton and plastic. His Porthole #4 from 1981, in the collection of the Honolulu Museum of Art, demonstrates his broadminded use of unusual materials. The Art Institute of Chicago, the Carnegie Museum of Art (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania), the Honolulu Museum of Art, the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art (Northwestern University, Illinois), the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth (Fort Worth, Texas), the Museum of Modern Art (New York City), the Parrish Art Museum (Water Mill, New York), the Smithsonian American Art Museum (Washington D.C.), and the Walker Art Center (Minneapolis, Minnesota) are in the course of the public collections holding perform by Joe Zucker.

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Zucker lives in East Hampton (town), New York and is a volunteer coach for the Bridgehampton School high school basketball team. He was featured in the 2017 documentary Killer Bees not quite the school’s basketball program produced by Shaquille O’Neal.

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