Charles Joseph Biederman  (American, 1906-2004) 

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Charles Joseph Biederman, #39

 

Charles Joseph Biederman
#39
1935

Michael Rosenfeld Gallery
Charles Joseph Biederman, 14/1/36

 

Charles Joseph Biederman
14/1/36
Kramer Gallery, Inc.
Charles Joseph Biederman, Study for Sculpture

 

Charles Joseph Biederman
Study for Sculpture
1937

Meredith Ward Fine Art
Charles Joseph Biederman, Study for Sculpture

 

Charles Joseph Biederman
Study for Sculpture
1937

Meredith Ward Fine Art
Charles Joseph Biederman, Study for A Painting, Paris, January 1937,

 

Charles Joseph Biederman
Study for A Painting, Paris, January 1937,
1937

Menconi+Schoelkopf Fine Art, LLC
Charles Joseph Biederman, Untitled, Paris, February 1937

 

Charles Joseph Biederman
Untitled, Paris, February 1937
1937

Menconi+Schoelkopf Fine Art, LLC
Charles Joseph Biederman, Study for Painting, New York, December 1935

 

Charles Joseph Biederman
Study for Painting, New York, December 1935
1935

Menconi+Schoelkopf Fine Art, LLC
Charles Joseph Biederman, Untitled, New York, May 9, 1936

 

Charles Joseph Biederman
Untitled, New York, May 9, 1936
1936

Menconi+Schoelkopf Fine Art, LLC
Charles Joseph Biederman, Untitled

 

Charles Joseph Biederman
Untitled
1936

Valerie Carberry Gallery
Charles Joseph Biederman, #14, Paris 1937-1983

 

Charles Joseph Biederman
#14, Paris 1937-1983
1937-1983

Menconi+Schoelkopf Fine Art, LLC
Charles Joseph Biederman, Self Portrait

 

Charles Joseph Biederman
Self Portrait
1934

Meredith Ward Fine Art
Charles Joseph Biederman, Untitled, Paris, December 1936

 

Charles Joseph Biederman
Untitled, Paris, December 1936
1936

Menconi+Schoelkopf Fine Art, LLC
Charles Joseph Biederman, No. 36, Ornans

 

Charles Joseph Biederman
No. 36, Ornans
1952-1973

Forum Gallery Inc.
  

  Born in Cleveland, Ohio to Czech parents. He apprenticed in a commercial art studio in Cleveland, Ohio from 1922-26 and studied at The Art Institute of Chicago from 1926-29. He moved to New York in 1934 where he met Alfred Barr, Fernand Leger and Pierre Matisse who gave him his first solo exhibition at The Pierre Matisse Gallery on March 2, 1936. This exhibition coincided with the Museum of Modern Art’s exhibition Cubisim and Abstract Art. Later that same month he was included in a group exhibition with Charles Green Shaw. From 1936 – 1937, Charles Biederman lived in Paris and so he was not included in formation of American Abstract Artists, but in Paris he met Mondrian, Brancusi, Arp, Miro and again Leger. In 1941, Biederman returned to Chicago and subsequently moved to Red Wing, Minnesota in 1942 where he lived until his death in 2004.
  His works are included in the collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, Dallas Art Museum, High Museum of Art, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Museum of Modern Art, Tate Gallery, Walker Art Center, and the Whitney Museum of American Art.