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  • 11/3/2004

Art & Language

In Conceptual Art

Art & Language is a group ofconceptual artists who have produced collaborative work under this name since the late1960s.

The nameArt & Language was first used in 1968 by theBritish artistsTerry Atkinson,David Bainbridge,Michael Baldwin andHarold Hurrell, who had been collaborating on works since around 1966, and who were at that time teachingart inCoventry. Their early work, as well as their journal Art-Language which first appeared in 1969, is regarded as an important influence on much conceptual art both in the United Kingdom and in theUnited States.

In the early 1970sIan Burn,Michael Corris,Charles Harrison,Preston Heller,Joseph KosuthAndrew Menard,Mel Ramsden,Terry Smith and from CoventryPhilip Pilkington andDavid Rushton joined the group and worked under its name. Art & Language produced a good deal of art as well as theoretical writings, though by the end of the 1970s the group was essentially reduced to Baldwin, Harrison and Ramsden. In the UK the more resourceful members went into a variety of creative and sometimes politicised occupations.

The Art & Language group that exhibited in the internationalDocumenta exhibitions of 1972 included Atkinson, Bainbridge, Baldwin, Hurrell, Pilkington and Rushton and the then America editor of Art-Language Joseph Kosuth. In 1986, the remnants of the group were nominated for theTurner Prize.

Dave Cutler

Dave Cutler is a member of the Society of Illustrators and Graphic Artists Guild. When inducted into SOI, the usual juried vote was waived.

Dave's illustration clients include most of the major national publications such as TIME, BUSINESS WEEK, FORBES, NY TIMES, LA TIMES, GLAMOUR,NEWSWEEK, WASHINGTON POST, US NEWS & WORLD REPORT. His corporate clients include AT&T, IBM, MICROSOFT, COMPAQ, FORD, GM, GE, ADP, NETCOM, BANK OF AMERICA, HBO, EDS, ITT, SPRINT, IPG (the world's largest conglomerate of advertising agencies). His originals are in the private collections of corporations such as MERCEDES-BENZ, IBM, NETCOM, ADP, and the UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO HOSPITALS among others.

In 1994 he was commissioned to illustrate the poster for the New York City Marathon. In 1998 a series of t-shirt designs for BANANA REPUBLIC. In both 1999 and 2000, Dave's illustrations were chosen by UNICEF to be used as their international holiday greeting card. In 2000 Dave was chosen as one of only six international artists to have his work used as a large-scale graphic for the entrance to EPCOT's Millennium Village in Florida. Also in 2000, SONY MUSIC commissioned him to illustration to cover for their annual All-Star Holiday CD. Until 2001 when the magazine moved to a photography-only format, Dave was a featured contributor to GLAMOUR magazine.

He has received numerous awards for his work from associations such as the Society of Illustrators/NY, Society of Illustrators/LA, Society of Illustrators/Dallas, PRINT Magazine's Regional Design Annuals, the Society of Publication Designers, The Society of Newspaper Designers, the Art Directors Club/NY, the Art Directors Club/Houston, the Advertising Club of Kansas City ( 3 Gold OMNI awards), a Gold Quill Award for Annual Report Illustration, four American Graphic Design Awards for Illustration, a Bronze Medal from the Medical Marketing Association IN-AWE Awards, and a CREATIVITY 28 award for illustration, among others. Dave's work has been featured in SBS DIGITAL DESIGN and AMERICAN ARTIST magazine. In 2003 his first children's book, When I Wished I Was Alone was named a BEST OF 2003 Read to Me Picture Book by the retail giant Borders.

Dave Cutler lives with his wife Carol and their two children and dog in Redding, CT. He is a graduate with honors from theSchool of Visual Arts and has been a free-lance illustrator for 20 years.

Dave Cutler Artworks

A Piece of Time

Finding the Right Employee

Love of Golf

On Top of His World

Real Estate Negotiating

The Risk of Partnership

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