Artist Joshua Meyer is known for his thickly layered paintings of people, and for a searching, open-ended process. The Boston Globe says: “These aren’t so much portraits as they are depictions of intimacy: We think we know our loved ones, but do we?” Meyer has been recognized with The Sustainable Arts Foundation Award, a Pollock-Krasner Grant, and the MCC Painting Fellowship. The Cambridge, Massachusetts artist studied at Yale University and The Bezalel Academy, and has exhibited widely, including a solo exhibition, Tohu vaVohu at Hebrew College in Boston and the retrospective Seek My Face at UCLA’s Dortort Center.
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