Michael Petry  

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Michael Petry (born 1960) is a multi-media artist, director of MOCA London, and co-founder of the Museum of Installation, London. He was born in El Paso, Texas, and has lived in London since 1981. He received a BA at Rice University (Houston), an MA at London Guildhall University, and a Phd in Arts at Middlesex University. He lectures part-time at the Royal Academy Schools and was Guest Curator at the KunstAkademi, Oslo, and Research Fellow at the University of Wolverhampton. Petry is represented by the Sundaram Tagor Gallery, New York, Houston, Westbrook Gallery, London and Zane Bennett, Santa Fe.




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