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Carole A. Feuerman (born 1945) is an American sculptor and author working in Hyperrealism. She is one of the three artists credited with starting the movement
in the late 1970s. She is best known for her figurative works of swimmers and dancers. She is the only artist to make realistically painted outdoor sculptures
and the only woman to sculpt in this style. Feuerman’s public works have been exhibited in: Central Park and SoHo, the National Portrait Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution, l’ Avenue George V and Saint Tropez, Hung Tai Museum in Changzhou, Harbor City, CHN, the Arsenale in the Venice Biennale, Giardino della Marinaressa, Palazzo Strozzi Palace, and Palazzo Reale, New Bond Street and Canary Wharf, and Osthaus Museum, Museumsplatz 1, Hagen, DEU. Exhibitions include Corpus Domini at Palazzo Reale, Milan, Master of Hyperrealism at the Church of The Pietà and Paradiso Art Gallery in Venice, ITA, Carole A. Feuerman: From la Biennale di Venezia and Open to Rome at Galleria d’Arte Moderna and Terrazzo del Pincio in Rome, Reflections of the Soul in Saint-Tropez, Hyperrealisme, Ceci n'est pas un corps at the Musée Maillol and Monumental on Avenue George V in Paris, and The Importance of Being Human at the Medici Museum of Art in Ohio, USA. Feuerman will have a monumental public exhibition on Park Avenue, and at Fondazione Made in Cloister this spring.Feuerman has received multiple awards including the Lifetime Achievement ‘Goddess Artemis” Award from the European American Woman’s Council (EAWC). She has also received the Special Honor Award in Changzhou CHN,
Best in Show in Beijing CHN, the Amelia Peabody Award, First Prize at the Olympic Fine Art Exhibition in Beijing, and the Medici Award in Florence ITA.
She has taught, lectured, and given workshops at the Guggenheim Museum and the Metropolitan Museum. In 2011, she founded Carole A. Feuerman Sculpture Foundation. She has four full color monographs and three autobiographies in English and Italian.  Her works are in the permanent collections of thirty-one museums and owned by the cities of Sunnyvale CA and Peekskill NY, the State Hermitage, El Paso Museum, Steven A. Cohen, Former President Clinton, The Frederick R. Weisman
Foundation, the Caldic Collection, Maluma, Dr. Henry Kissinger, and Malcolm Forbes.

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