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Robert Siegelman is a photographer and printmaker whose teaching is also an art. He teaches at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, works with artists privately, and leads workshops and classes throughout New England.
He is represented in Boston by Gallery NAGA, and his work is in many collections including Boston Public Library, MIT, Harvard University Art Museums, DeCordova Museum & Sculpture Park, Leslie + Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art (New York City) and Museum of Fine Arts Boston, and has been exhibited and published internationally. He is included in the books 100 Boston Artists by Chawky Frenn and Self Portraits by Others, organized by Hunter O’Hanian.
This story from “The Moth,” the popular NPR series, features Robert Siegelman – "Bob" – in a story called "How to Draw a Nekkid Man," by Tricia Rose Burt, about a class he taught at the Museum School. It reflects his power as a transformative teacher.
Drawing, Printmaking, Photography, Art Critique