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Marcie Begleiter is a California-based artist working in photography, drawing, painting, and video. She has been supported by grants from the NEA, LACES, the Foundation for Art Resources and Germany's Hamburger Kunsthalle. Her work has been been featured in exhibits at the CICA Museum in Seoul, Korea, the Center for Contemporary Art in Orange County,  The Praxis Center for Photography in Minneapolis, UC Santa Barbara, Brooklyn's WoArt Gallery, the Miossi Gallery and Vasari21. 


In 2015 the Whitney Museum premiered her award-winning feature documentary “Eva Hesse”, a portrait of the ground-breaking 1960s artist's life and working process. She was the Founding Director of the Integrated Learning Program at Otis College of Art, Associate Professor at Art Center College of Design and on the founding faculty of the International Filmschule in Köln, Germany. 

Publications include essays in "Two For One: Eva Hesse" published by the Hamburger Kunsthalle,  "On Art and Film" for Zine Magazine and "From Word to Image", a textbook on visualization for filmmakers.  

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