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Garo Z. Antreasian: widely acknowledged as innovator, teacher, artist, and tireless advocate in the revival of lithographic art at mid-century in America.


1922  Born in Indianapolis, Indiana

1948-1964   Artist and instructor in painting and print making, John Herron School of Art Indianapolis, IN

1960   One of the principal founders and first technical director of Tamarind Lithography Work shop, Los Angles, CA

1964-1987   Professor, Department of Art and Art History and Co-founder of Tamarind Institute, the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque,NM

1985   Visiting Lecturer Fulbright Award, Sao Paulo, Brazil

1994-1995   Retrospective Exhibition and publication of Catalogue Raisonne, Garo Antreasian:Written on Stone, Indianapolis Museum of Art

2010   Inaugural celebration “Fabulous at Fifty”, Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque, NM

2012   Exhibition paintings and Prints, David Findlay Jr. Gallery, New York City, NY

2013   Visiting Alumnus, Exhibitor, and Lecturer, Herron School of Art and Design at IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN

2015   Exhibitor and Participant in the Armenian Genocide Memorial Conference “Life 100”, Glendale, CA

2015   UNM Press publishes Garo Z. Antreasian, Reflections on Life and Art

2016   Gerald Peters Gallery book signing and Exhibition

2016   Tamarind Print show of Garo’s work

2017    Tufenkian Fine Arts Gallery Inaugural Opening

2018    Garo passes at 96 years


The listing above is highly abbreviated and represents only a small number of key dates in Garo’s career

Please see Garo Z. Antreasian, Reflections on Life and Art  for a detailed description of Garo’s life

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