College for Creative Studies: Foundation

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Clinton Snider

Adjunct Faculty

BFA, College for Creative Studies

csnider@collegeforcreativestudies.edu

Clinton Snider

Research Interests:

Clinton Snider earned his BA from College for Creative Studies in ’97 (Fine Arts/Illustration) And has exhibiting and teaching art in Metro Detroit ever since.

Snider’s works, examine issues of social and environmental transformation within the ever-shifting conditions of our complex society, and have exhibited locally, nationally and internationally:
Including, The Detroit Institute of Arts, the Cranbrook Art Museum, Susanne Hilberry Gallery, David Klein Gallery, Robert Kidd Gallery, Mott College, The Kunst Werker Institute of Berlin, Think Space, Culver City, Scope Miami, and throughout Metropolitan Detroit.

Snider’s works are part of many public and private collections, including The Detroit Institute of Arts, Henry Ford Hospital and the Kresge Foundation, and the Detroit Zoological Society.

Professional Experience:

Solo Exhibitions

2015 Sleeping Potential, Popps Packing, Hamtramck, MI.

2014 University Liggett School, Grosse Pointe Woods, MI

2012 Recent Work Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Ferndale MI

2009 Mott Community College, Recent Works. Flint, MI

Selected Group Exhibitions

2018 Making Home, Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit MI

2017 LAX/DTW Detroit Hustle, Thinkspace, Culver City

2016 Scope Miami, Miami, FL

2015 Grand Opening, David Klein, Detroit, MI

2009 Bods, Robert Kidd Gallery, Birmingham,MI

2007 Shrinking Cites Project, Museum of Contemporary Art of Detroit/Cranbrook Art Museum

2004 Shrinking Cities: Schrumpfende Staedte, Berlin Institute for Contemporary Art, Germany

2001 Relics, Artists Take On Detroit, Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, MI

Significant Publications/Presentations/Exhibitions:

2018 Goodie, Dick, Catalogue, Oakland University Art Gallery Oct, 18

2015 Panton, Steve. “24 Clinton Snider” Essay’d vol.1 July, 1,

2012 Carducci, Vince “Painter Among the Ruins of Modernity” Huffington Post. July, 10

2008 Lynn Crawford, Detroit: Stories, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Fall 08