Michael D'Antuono's Art And Response
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Parsons 2012 Alumni Exhibition

September 6th, 2012

Oct. 13-19, 2012
Opening Oct 13 6-9pm

The New School
Sheila C. Johnson Design Center
2 West 13th Street, NYC


Closing Reception for ‘Faces of the Economy’ Exhibit.

June 25th, 2012

Closing Reception/Artists Dialogue for the ‘Faces of The Economy” exhibit at the Art For Change gallery in NYC will be held on Saturday, July 9, 7-11pm. Michael will be participating in the Artists Dialogue – an Art for Change tradition to use art to inspire poignant dialogue and enhanced awareness of artistic responses to social justice issues. Michael’s two paintings in the exhibit were prominately featured in emmy winning reporter Gabe Pressman’s recent segment on NBC.

Independence at NYC’s Washington Square Park

October 7th, 2009

People react to D’Antuono’s exhibit “INDEPENDENCE?” on July 4th, 2009 In Washington Square Park.

Michael has two paintings in the ‘Faces of The Economy” exhibit at the Art For Change gallery in NYC.

On Independence Day Michael tackled the subject of energy independence with an art installation at NYC’s Washington Square Park. There he uveiled his paintings “Independence” and “Dependence” to the public to view and respond.

Michael’s controversial painting “The Truth” became an international news story. The painting became the most emailed image on the internet. It was featured on The Glen Beck Show, Break Room Live with Mark Maron, The L.A. Times, The National Review, and many other publications and shows internationally.

Michael’s portrait of Ray Charles was recently auctioned for the charity organization Ability Beyond Disability benifitting individuals whose independent living skills are impaired by disability, illness or injury.