Drawing Professor’s Artwork in Renowned Company

Pete Schulte, “Untitled” (2019), graphite, pigment, and ink on paper, 11 x 11 inches. Image courtesy of the artist.

The online art magazine Hyperallergic included drawing professor Pete Schulte‘s recent solo exhibition in its year-end review of significant art shows. Art critic Thomas Micchelli placed Schulte’s work in the context of some renowned company: Nancy Spero, Eva Hesse, Lucien Freud, Louise Lawler, as well as important group exhibitions at the MOMA and the Whitney Museum. Earlier in the month, Micchelli reviewed Schulte’s solo show at McKenzie Fine Art in New York, which consisted of work primarily executed during his Chinati artist residency this past summer.

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