Michael Kirk is an artist, educator and master printmaker. His solo exhibitions include the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University Duke House, New York City; Gimpel and Weitzenhoffer Gallery, NYC; The Print Club, Philadelphia, PA; Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano, Lima, Peru; Norske Grafikere, Oslo, Norway and many other national and international venues. His works are in the collections of The Brooklyn Museum; Philadelphia Museum of Art; Library of Congress, Smithsonian Institute; National Museum of Art; ICPNA, Lima, Peru; Municipal Council, Moracado, Venezuela; and numerous university and corporate collections. In addition to his role at The New School/Parsons he is a professor of printmaking at Pratt Institute and has been a visiting professor at Columbia University and Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo, National Academy of Arts, Norway. He resides in downtown Manhattan.
MFA, Pratt Institute
works on paper, drawing, painting, intaglio, relief, silkscreen, art history, artist books
Fellowships from New York Foundation for the Arts, ED Foundation
Art residencies at Au Fort, Cameret Sur Mer, Brittany, France; Kunstnerhuset, Lofoton, Norway
Introduction to Printmaking