Born 1950, Brooklyn, NY
James Dinerstein was born in Brooklyn, New York, and graduated from Harvard University where he studied with art historian Michael Fried and philosopher Stanley Cavell. He then studied sculpture at St. Martin’s Art School in London with notable sculptors Anthony Caro and William Tucker. For the past fifteen years, Dinerstein has regularly exhibited in New York, Palm Beach, Los Angeles, and other American cities. He is currently represented by Salander-O’Reilly Gallery in New York where a major exhibition of his bronze sculptures was shown in September of 2001. Two of Dinerstein’s cast bronze sculptures, Canon, 1991, and Still Speech, 2000, are on view at Grounds For Sculpture in the park and by the terrace of Rat’s Restaurant, respectively.
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