Jacqueline Bishop Lecture: Flora, Fauna and the Human Kind at the Albrecht Kemper Museum of Art

Jacqueline Bishop Lecture: Flora, Fauna and the Human Kind
Albrecht Kemper Museum of Art

Sunday, September 25, 2016 at 1:30pm



Jacqueline Bishop, World View, 2010 | Oil on Belgian linen | 34 x 42 inches
(Courtesy of Jeffrey and Walton Goldring and Arthur Roger Gallery)


Jacqueline Bishop’s landscape-issued paintings and works on paper explore the complex connections between climate change, species extinction and migration. For several years she was Adjunct Professor of Art and the Environment at Loyola University New Orleans and taught in the Costa Rica Study Abroad Program. She is the author of Chico Mendes: Em Memoria: A Tribute on the 10–Year Anniversary of His Death honoring the Brazilian environmentalist/rubber tapper assassinated by wealthy cattle ranchers in the Amazon. She has exhibited or lectured in the U.S., Europe, Southeast Asia, South America, and Canada and is a grant recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Joan Mitchell Foundation and Andy Warhol Foundation. Ms. Bishop’s work is included in collections of the Arkansas Arts Center, The Beach Museum of Art, Detroit Institute of the Arts, Minneapolis Institute of the Arts, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, New Orleans Museum of Art, Snite Museum of Art at Notre Dame, and numerous other institutions. She is based in New Orleans.

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