David Moog (b. 1944), Charles Clough, 2015; Archival inkjet print, 20 x 15 inches; Gift of the artist, copyright David Moog, 2015
Artists Seen: Charles Clough in The Public
Friday, September 9, 2016
Charles Clough is a visual artist who was born in Buffalo. After attending Pratt Institute in Brooklyn (1969-1970) and the Ontario College of Art in Toronto (1971-1972), he returned to Buffalo, where in 1973 he became one of the co-founders of a new artist-run gallery, Hallwalls. The organization and the young artists behind it soon attracted international attention, and Clough moved to New York City in 1978 to pursue his own career as a painter. In subsequent decades his work has been shown in more than 60 solo and 150 group exhibitions internationally and has been included in the permanent collections of more than 70 museums. He currently maintains studios in Buffalo and East Aurora. For more information on Charles Clough, visit clufff.com andburchfieldpenney.org.
Artists Seen: Photographs of Artists in the 21st Century is an ongoing project by photographer David Moog in partnership with the Burchfield Penney Art Center at SUNY Buffalo State. Moog has set out to make portraits of every self-identified working artist and arts professional in Western New York. To be included in the project, call David Moog directly at 716-472-6721 or contact The Center at 716-878-4131. Artists working in all media are welcome; visit burchfieldpenney.org for more information.