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Thomas Huber

1955 Switzerland

2 Works exhibited


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Born in Switzerland in 1955, Thomas Huber grew up in Buffalo. He moved to New York to attend The School of Visual Arts, where he stayed after graduating in 1986. He began working with performance artists Yoshiko Chuma as a performer and musician and performed in her piece “The Housing project”. This led to several music projects where Thomas played guitar and bass, most notably the infamous “House-O-Pork” who performed throughout the nineties at such various venues as PS 122, La Mama, Hallwalls, Jacob’s Pillow and King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut.
Selected Solo Exhibitions 2016 Matteawan Gallery, Beacon, NY | Works on Paper - Group Show Albany Center Gallery, Albany, NY | Mohawk Hudson Regional Invitational, Group Show Emma Willard School, Troy, NY | 2 Person Show Woodstock Framing Gallery, Woodstock, NY | abc@WEG - Group Show 2015 Matteawan Gallery, Beacon, NY | Solo Show University Art Museum at University of Albany, Albany, NY | 2015 Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region - Curated by Rachel Uffner 2014 Garrison Art Center, Garrison, NY | Salon des ReFuse (curator) Theo Ganz, Beacon, NY | Solo Show 2013 Matteawan Gallery, Beacon, NY | UV – Group Show, Artist Woodcuts Albany International Airport Gallery, Albany, NY | Some Assembly Required – Curated by Sharon Bates Woodstock Artists Association & Museum, Woodstock,NY | Far & Wide - Curated by Anina Nosei

Works by Thomas Huber

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