William Corwin

William Corwin is a sculptor and writer who has shown his work widely in New York City and in Europe.

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Little Curragh , 2022
12.5 x 5.5 x 3 in.

A graduate of Princeton University, where he studied architecture, Will has exhibited  his work at LaMama Galleria, Zurcher Gallery, Geary Contemporary and The George and Jorgen Gallery in London.  Residencies include: the State Department Artist Residency at the Taipei Artist’s Village (2007), The Clocktower Gallery (2010), The Hamburg City Guest Artist Residency (2010), Art Omi (2014), Lower Manhattan Workspace Residency on Governors Island (2014).  Museum shows include Roots/Anchors in at The Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art at Snug Harbor, a four person show featuring the work of Shervone Neckles, Katie Holten, and Xaviera Simmons, with exhibition catalog essay by Lucy Lippard.

In 2019 he curated Postwar Women at The Art Students League, an exhibition of forty-four of the institution’s alumnae active between 1945 and 1965, featuring artists such as Lee Krasner, Lenita Manrey, Mavis Pusey, Perle Fine, Elizabeth Catlett, and Dorothy Dehner. He has also curated a series of exhibitions centering on the midcentury French painters Marguerite Louppe and Maurice Brianchon, at Lafayette College, Albright College, and Seton Hall University, and most recently this past spring and summer at Rosenberg & Co. He is the author of the book &Model, published by Leeds Metropolitan University, and is the editor of the upcoming book: Formal Concerns: Collected essays of Saul Ostrow, to be published by Elective Affinity Press in 2023. He was most recently included in three of Phong Bui’s exhibitions, Singing in Unison, in the summer of 2022.


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Lethe-wards, William Corwin

October 16, 2022 - December 18, 2022

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Green Ladder, William Corwin

March 19, 2021 - April 24, 2021


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William Corwin: Lethe-Wards

The Brooklyn Rail | December 2022

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