Dean Radinovsky
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Dean Radinovsky was born in Lancaster, PA in 1971, and currently resides in Woodside, Queens, New York. In 1990, Radinovsky began a course of study in painting with Robert Andriulli, John Markowicz, and Jeri Robinson at Millersville University in Pennsylvania. Before receiving his BA in Art and Literature at MU, he studied with Ron Shuebrook at the University of Guelph in Canada. After a month of independent study and exploration in Paris, Radinovsky relocated to Queens, NY to receive an MFA in painting at Queens College, studying with Robert Birmelin, Cynthia Carlson, Arthur Cohen, Tyrone Mitchell, and Jenny Snyder. During this period, he also studied in Perugia, Italy, with John Walker, Barbara Rose and Don Kimes in The American University painting program, and independently studied international cinema. Museum visits in New York and travels to the Netherlands and to the Hermitage in St. Petersburg; and to Helsinki, Athens, and Crete; to Mexico City and throughout the United States, add to his ongoing artistic odyssey. Radinovsky was the Artist of the Year Honoree in 2008, and is an artist-in-residence with Chashama, a New York arts organization that provides subsidized space to visual and performing artists. Known for his large scale paintings, he also produces videos exploring portraiture and fashion. In 2009, in collaboration with Ferdiko Piano Duo and classical composer José Beviá, Radinovsky created digital images which were projected in accompaniment to the world premiere of Beviá’s Three Enigmas at Merkin Concert Hall in New York . In 2012, he assisted Dr. W. Douglas Armstrong in the restoration of the Hunt Family Crest totem pole on the banks of Shuswap Lake, British Columbia. Radinovsky is currently working on a solo show of paintings and painted photographs (Pink vs. Green, November 2015) at the New Arts Program in Kutztown, PA, where he just concluded “The Vivian Girls Grow Up”, an evolving fourteen week multimedia Project Wall, developed January 1st through April 12, 2015. Recent Showings include “Observation Rift Gate: Spectators at the End of the Universe: The Forest In Winter at Sunset,” a wall-sized photo and video installation at Sensei Gallery (July 2014, Lower East Side); the Fridge Art Fairs in Miami and New York; “The Paintings of Chapel Americana” at Saint Peter’s Church, Manhattan, including the twelve by fifteen foot painting “Chapel Pastorale”; “Dean Radinovsky: Large Paintings” at Sykes Gallery, Millersville University; “Recent Works by Dean Radinovsky” at Penn State Harrisburg and “The Artist’s Process: Materials as Inspiration” at the Metropolitan College of New York in SoHo. His demolished “Chapel Americana”, a walk-in painted installation on 57th Street in Manhattan, is the focus of a 2010 article and video produced by WNYC: http://culture.wnyc.org/blogs/gallerina/2010/aug/03/hidden-city-radinovsky/

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The Vivian Girls Grow Up
The Vivian Girls Grow Up
oil, acrylic, video, paint pen on theatrical gel, and photographs, 2015
Observation Rift Gate:  Spectators at the End of the Universe
Observation Rift Gate: Spectators at the End of the Universe
inkjet photographs and video, 2014
Nova, projection during the World Premiere performance of José Bevia's Three Enigmas at Merkin Concert Hall
Nova, projection during the World Premiere performance of José Bevia's Three Enigmas at Merkin Concert Hall
digital image, 2009
20 Postcard Paintings (studio view)
20 Postcard Paintings (studio view)
oil and acrylic on postcard on panel, 2004-2015
Toilet Installation
Toilet Installation
mixed, 2014
Four Large Paintings in Progress, Far Rockaway Studio
Four Large Paintings in Progress, Far Rockaway Studio
Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 2015 (in progress)
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