P E T E R M I R A G L I A
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Lives and maintains a studio in Philadelphia. Professional biography appears in “Who’s Who in American Art” and “Who’s Who in America.”
Photographic work concentrates on psychological portraiture, the narrative of the heart and the mind.
The complete body of work can be seen as intimate, enigmatic, and emotionally complex, with a suggestion of peoples’ inner lives and personal stories. Through the dramatic use of staging, color, shadow and light the portraits become a kind of psychological theater.
The artist has traveled extensively around the world. He has a continuing interest and involvement in the field of Psychiatry.
University Of Rochester, Rochester, N.Y. B.A. Fine Arts/Photography 1976. Studied with Roger Mertin.
Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, N.Y. Studied with Betty Hahn 1973-1975
International Museum of Photography at the George Eastman House, Rochester, N.Y. Research work in the history of photography 1973-1976. Studied with William Jenkins and Robert Sobieszek. Research and curatorial studies included working on the seminal "New Topographics" exhibit.
2009 Forward Thinking Museum Photography Award
2005 Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship in Visual Arts
2004 The Center for Documentary Studies/Honickman Book Prize in Photography, Finalist
2002 The Center for Documentary Studies/Honickman Book Prize in Photography, Finalist
2002 Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Special Opportunity Stipend Award
1999 Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship in Visual Arts
1997 Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship in Visual Arts
1994 The Photo Review National Competition, First Prize
1988 National Endowment for the Arts Visual Artist Fellowship
1988 Artists Space Individual Artist Grant, New York City
1987 Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship in Visual Arts
1987 Outstanding Young Men of America Award
1984 Perkins Center for the Arts Award of Excellence, Moorestown, New Jersey
1975 University Of Rochester Visual Arts Grant, Rochester, New York
SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Baltimore Museum of Art
California Museum of Photography, University of California, Riverside
The Center For Photography, Woodstock, New York
The Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, Ohio
Erie Art Center, Erie, Pennsylvania
Lehigh University Art Galleries, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Philadelphia Museum of Art
The Print Center, Philadelphia
PNC Bank, Philadelphia
Rowan University, Glassboro, New Jersey
Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania
2013 "It's a Thin Line...". United Photo Industries Gallery. Brooklyn, New York City.
2013 Los Angeles Center for Digital Art. California.
2012 Les Rencontres d’Arles Photographie [Arles International Photography Festival]. Galerie Huit Arles - Screening Installation. Arles, France.
2012 Delaware Art Museum Centennial Exhibition. Curated by John B. Ravenal / Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
2012 "Equivalents". The Photo Center NorthWest. Seattle, Washington. Curated by W.M. Hunt.
2012 "Random Acts of Time". Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, California. Curated by William Moreno.
2012 The Print Center, Philadelphia. Curated by Jennifer Blessing / Guggenheim Museum, New York. [online exhibition].
2012 "Portraits". F-Stop Gallery. [online exhibition].
2012 "Peter Miraglia - Portraits". St. Joseph's University Art Gallery, Philadelphia. [solo exhibit].
2009 Los Angeles Center For Digital Art. California
2009 Forward Thinking Museum. [online exhibition].
2007 JMS Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
2007 Speer Gallery, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania [solo exhibit]
2006 The Print Center, Philadelphia.
2006 Villanova University Art Gallery, Villanova, Pennsylvania [solo exhibit]
2005 Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, Pennsylvania
2004 JMS Gallery, Philadelphia [solo exhibit]
2003 Sordoni Gallery, Wilkes College, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.
2003 Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, Altoona, Pennsylvania.
2002 The Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery. The University of the Arts, Philadelphia.
2002 The Print Center, Philadelphia.
2002 The Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington [solo exhibit]
2001 Wayne Art Center, Wayne, Pennsylvania.
2001 Arcadia University Art Gallery, Glenside, Pennsylvania.
2001 Main Line Art Center, Haverford, Pennsylvania.
2001 Krasdale Gallery, New York City.
2001 Phoenix Gallery, New York City [solo exhibit]
2001 Lancaster Museum of Art. Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
2000 “About Face”. Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington.
2000 The Print Center, Philadelphia.
1998 Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington.
1998 Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia.
1998 Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences, New Jersey.
1997 Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia [solo exhibit]
1997 Bucks County Community College Art Gallery, Pennsylvania.
1997 Pittsburgh Filmmakers Gallery [solo exhibit]
1996 The Photographic Resource Center, Boston.
1996 "Studies in Black and White". Levering Gallery, Philadelphia.
1994 The Philadelphia Art Alliance [solo exhibit and lecture]
1994 The Center for Photographic Art. Carmel, California.
1993 Center for Photography at Woodstock, New York.
1993 Allentown Art Museum. Allentown, Pennsylvania.
1992 The Community College of Philadelphia. [solo exhibit and lecture]
1991 The Print Club, Philadelphia. National exhibition curated by Olivia Parker.
1991 "The Family of Man". Center for Photography at Woodstock. Curated by Larry Fink
1991 "Beyond Aesthetics: Artworks of Conscience". The Alternative Museum, New York
1991 Hartnett Art Gallery, University of Rochester, NY [solo exhibit and lecture].
1990 Philadelphia Museum of Art. "Contemporary Philadelphia Artists ".
1990 "Imprints: Six Philadelphia Photographers". The Print Club. Philadelphia.
1990 "Imprints from Philadelphia". Old Dominion University Art Gallery. Norfolk, Virginia.
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