The Department of Fine and Performing Arts
Professor of Art
Location: VC 7-234
Phone: (646) 312-4059
Terry Berkowitz (MFA, School of the Art Institute of Chicago) is Professor of Art at Baruch College. A visual artist whose work is based on social and political issues, Terry Berkowitz produces single-channel videos and mixed media installations that include video, sound, and objects.
She has had one-person exhibitions at, among other places, the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston; and Metrònom, Barcelona. She has also been included in many group exhibitions in the US and abroad including Emap, Seoul, Korea; Dislocations/Transitions, the Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Ohio; and Construction in Process, Lodz, Poland and El Sueno Imperativo, Madrid, Spain. Her work has been reviewed internationally in magazines and newspapers including Art Forum, The Village Voice, Art News, and Tema Celeste.
Prof. Berkowitz is a Fulbright Fellow and recipient of grants and awards from, among other sources, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Jerome Foundation, and has been a fellow at the Macdowell Colony for the Arts. Her graphic design work has been recognized by the Art Directors' Club of New York and the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), where one of her book covers was chosen for the annual exhibition, 50 Books/50 Covers. She has designed and produced corporate identity systems, catalogues, books, posters, and journals for a wide range of clients such as: the International Center of Photography, New York; List Visual Arts Center, MIT; Venue, an international literary magazine; the Arizona State University Museum, Tempe, Arizona; and Other Books, NY.