Elliott Barowitz has lived and worked in New York City all his adult life. He has exhibited in solo and group shows throughout Europe and in Asia and is represented in private collections, and museums. His work is richly illustrated in Richard Kostelantetz’s Dictionary of the Avant-Gardes and other publications. Barowitz has long involvement with artist-related issues in the City, specifically artists’ housing, serving on many public commissions. He was President and Chairperson of the largest visual arts organization in the country during the 1970’s--The Foundation for the Community of Artists and was Executive Editor of its publication the Artworkers News/Art&Artists. Mr. Barowitz writes on art issues, has been on scores of art-related panels and lectures widely. He is Emeritus Professor of Visual Studies at Drexel University, and has taught at New York University, the School of Visual Arts and The Maine College of Art, as well as being a visiting critic. In the summer he lives on Peaks Island, Maine.