Michael Knigin

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Knigin is a well known paintier and printmaker based in New York. Since 1968 he has exhibited in public and private galleries throughout the United States, Japan, Israel, and Europe. His latest exhibitions were in galleries in New York and Milwaukee. Knigin work may be found in public corporate and private collections on three continents. In addition to being a full professor at the Pratt Institute, Knigin has taught at Yale and was appointed to the NASA Art Team to cover the launching of the shuttles, Atlantis and Discovery in 1988. His work may be found in the permanent collections of The Whitney, The Smithsonian Institute, The Brooklyn Museum, The Carnegie Mellon Institute, and the Museum of Modern Art in Mexico, among many others around the world. Corporate collections include: Readers Digest, Philip Morris, Bank of Tokyo, Amono Oil, Playboy Enterprises, The US. AirForce, as well as many others. He has won several awards and commissions and is the author of two hooks on lithography.