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Oct. 19, 2007

School of the Arts Alumni Named Among 10 Most Promising New York Artists

Jamie Isenstein's Installation View: Quiet Manor, Galerie Giti Nourbakhsch/Meyer Riegger Galerie, Berlin, 2006, courtesy of Andrew Kreps Gallery
Jamie Isenstein's Installation View: Quiet Manor, Galerie Giti Nourbakhsch/Meyer Riegger Galerie, Berlin, 2006, courtesy of Andrew Kreps Gallery

New York magazine's Oct. 15 issue surveys new visual artists making their mark on culture and names 10 artists as "Young Masters.” Four are graduates of Columbia’s M.F.A. program in Visual Arts. The four alumni are:

"Columbia's program is committed to providing a generous, intense and intellectually curious environment for artists of promise," said Gregory Amenoff, chair of the Visual Arts Division at the School of the Arts. "We encourage a sense of community that lasts far beyond the years spent on campus. The Visual Arts Division congratulates Matthew, Huma, Jamie and Mika and celebrates our entire community of students and alumni, all of whom share a piece of this honor."