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Tim Clifford is both an artist and scholar who has been active in the visual arts for close to thirty years. He has worked with the Dedalus Foundation since 2003, initially as a senior researcher and more recently as an expert consultant on projects relating to Robert Motherwell. He is co-author, with Jack Flam and Katy Rogers, of Robert Motherwell Paintings and Collages: A Catalogue Raisonné, 1941-1991 (2012), and of Robert Motherwell: 100 Years (2015). In 2015, Clifford was the guest curator of Robert Motherwell: A Centennial Celebration for the Archives of American Art, Washington D.C. He wrote the chronology for the Robert Indiana Catalogue Raisonné and is currently Senior Researcher on the Robert Rauschenberg Catalogue Raisonné.
Clifford had a solo exhibition in 2015 at Howl! Happening in New York, and his work has been seen in group exhibitions at the Bronx Museum of the Arts; Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City; Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn; Judson Memorial Church, New York; Southern Exposure, San Francisco; and High Desert Test Sites, Joshua Tree, California. Awards and grants include a 2001 NYFA Fellowship in Sculpture; a 2007 Emerging Artist Fellowship from Socrates Sculpture Park; and a fellowship from the Bronx Museum and the Randall’s Park Alliance in 2016 to create a public sculpture on Randall’s Island, New York. He also served as Artist-in-Residence at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk, Connecticut in 2017.
Clifford has been a member of Yoshiko Chuma’s School of Hard Knocks since 2016 and he and his works have appeared in performances at La Mama Experimental Theater Club, Dixon Place Theater; the Angel Orensanz Foundation in New York; and Roulette Intermedium in Brooklyn.