Buffalo, NY, September 12, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Professor Harold L. Cohen (www.haroldlcohen.com) opens a one-man show called "Our Inhumanity." (http://newsandevents.buffalostate.edu/events/exhibition-our-inhumanity-works-harold-l-cohen?date=2012-09-10) This major exhibition of 29 art prints and paintings by Harold L. Cohen, former Dean of the Architecture School at the State University of New York at Buffalo, will be on display during the Anne Frank Project 2012, "Our Shared Humanity: Embracing Responsibility."
The exhibit and Anne Frank Project are held by the Buffalo State, State University of New York. Cohen’s exhibit is in the Upton Hall Czurles-Nelson Gallery. Some of Cohen's tools and plates will be on display. The exhibit will be open 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM from 9/10 to 9/14.
Cohen's work spans the topics of the Holocaust, Darfur, social manifestations of inhumanity such as homophobia, and cruelty in general. Drypoints, etchings, collagraphs, wood engravings, and linocuts will be included.
The Opening Reception will be 9/11 5:00-7:00 PM. Cohen will conduct an Artist Talk about his life and techniques on 9/14 in the gallery from 11:00AM - 12:50PM. Prints in the show will be available for purchase.
Earlier this year, Cohen was part of the three-man show “Print Review” at the University of Buffalo’s Anderson Gallery. In "The Passion of Printmaking," (http://www.haroldlcohen.com/hlc-20120603_202.htm) Cohen exhibited 64 of his prints with a special exhibit of drawings, printing plates and blocks.
About Professor Cohen: Harold L. Cohen was trained in the Bauhaus tradition of art and design. After his retirement as Dean of the School of Architecture and Planning at the State University of New York at Buffalo, he turned to his love of art and printmaking and opened his studio in downtown Buffalo, NY. Cohen combines his religion, design and art studies into a collection of works of prints, paintings and sculpture. His vast portfolio contains of over 450 prints (collagraphs, drypoint etchings, intaglio, linocuts, plastic engravings, wood cuts, wood engravings) plus drawings, paintings and sculptures in several media.
For more information contact: Lore Devra Levin 817-517-3850 or email to Levin@haroldlcohen.com.