Bill Claps is a visual artist, filmmaker and writer whose work comments on art history and language. He lives and works in New York City. Born in Glen Ridge, New Jersey, he earned a Bachelor of Arts at Harvard University, where he studied painting and art history. He studied painting and drawing at the Art Students League in New York and in Florence, Italy. His paintings, drawings, and videos have been presented in exhibitions in galleries, museums and institutions around the world.
Internationally: Today Art Museum, Beijing, MOMA Tbilisi, Tbilisi, Georgia; la Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica di Palazzo Corsini in Rome; Spazio Garibaldi 77, Milano; Laurent Marthaler Gallery, Montreux, Switzerland; Gallery@1, Gstaad, Switzerland; Galerie Marciano Contemporary, Paris; R Gallery, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Artgeneve, Geneva; Art 33 Gallery, Hangzhao, China; Art Monaco; Evartspace, Geneva.
In the United States: Julie Keyes Fine Art (New York, Palm Beach, Palm Springs), Salomon Arts Gallery (New York), Rush Arts Gallery (New York), Aspen Fine Arts Gallery (Aspen, Colorado), Exhibit Gallery (Tulsa, OK), Samuel Morse Museum, Pookeepsie, NY, Bendheim Gallery (Greenwich, Connecticut).
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