EDUCATION

1972-74
M.F.A. Brooklyn College, C.U.N.Y., New York (May 1974)
 
1970
Skowhegan Summer School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, Maine
 
1970-71 
B.F.A. Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts (May 1971)
 
1967-71 
School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS

1995
Art Museum, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
 
1994
Gallery West, Suffolk Community College, Brentwood, New York
 
1993
Contemporary Realist Gallery, San Francisco, California
 
1986
Zoe Gallery, Boston
 
1986
David Brown Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts
 
1985-86
Currents, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
 
1983
Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2021
Tales of Adjusted Desire at Robert Berry Gallery, a group show curated by Robert Curcio, featuring David Carbone, Bobbie Moline-Kramer, Kaoruko, and Terry Rodgers.
2018
Parallel Realities, a group show curated by Ken Ragsdale, CollarWorks Gallery, Troy, New York, (January26-March 17).
2015
Group Show, curated by Nancy Grimes, Mark Miller Gallery, New York, ( a Benefit for The New York Humane Society, April 5-May 3).
Side Show, curated by Lisa Kereszi, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Ct, (Jan.13- March 20)
2014
The Painting Center is 21: Invitational, The Painting Center, New York, NY

2010
Benefit Exhibition: for Central City Artists Project, Nurture Art Gallery, New York, NY
 
2009
Small Works, White Box Gallery, New York, NY
Invitational Show for the Preservation of Coney Island, Jonathan O’Hara Gallery, New York, NY
Color Key, curated by Patrick Webb, The Painting Center, New York, NY
 
2008
Selected Works: Carbone, Grimes & Webb, The Painting Center, New York, NY
 
2006 
The Best of the Lab, Yellowbird Gallery, Newburgh, NY

2005
The Body and Its Dangers, The Painting Center, New York, NY
Aspects of Influence, The Bayly Art Museum, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Between Perception and Invention: Three Generations of Figurative Artists, The Sharon Arts Center, Peterborough, NH
The Reality Show, The Lab at The Roger Smith Hotel, New York, NY
Alumni Exhibition: Celebrating the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of Brooklyn College, Brooklyn War Memorial Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2004
Drawing Conclusions II: Work by Artist-Critics, New York Arts Gallery, New York
 
2003
Drawing Conclusions: Work by Artist-Critics, New York Arts Gallery, New York
 
2002
Barnet Rubenstein and his Legacy, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

2001
Narrative Painting, Delaware School of Art, Wilmington, Delaware
Contemporary Baroque, The Shooting Gallery, New York
Self Interest: Autobiography and Myth, R.C. Fine Arts, Maplewood, New Jersey 

1999
The Nude in Contemporary Art, Aldrich Museum , Ridgefield, Conn.
 
1997
The University at Albany Art Department Faculty Exhibition, University Art Museum, Albany, NY
The Figure Now, Knox College, Galesburg, Ill
 
1995-98
Group Shows, Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago, Ill
 
1995
Chicago Navy Pier Expo, Phyllis Kind Booth
 
1993
The Painter’s Theater, Baxter Gallery, Maine College of Art, Portland, Maine
 
1993
Psychological Impact, Northhampton Gallery, Northhampton College, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
 
1992
New American Figure Painting, Contemporary Realist Gallery, San Francisco, California; Rudolph Elee Gallery, Clemson University, South Carolina
 
1991
Boston Now: 10, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
Contemporary Realists, The New York Academy of Art, New York
Contemporary American Painting, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

1990
Landscape Painting, 1960-1990, The Spoleto Festival, The Gibbs Museum of Art, Charleston, South Carolina; The Bayly Museum of Art, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
 
1989
Scene and Seed, Andrew Gallery, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia
Four Painters, Aldrich Museum's Soho Center for the Arts, New York
 
1988
American Art Today: Narrative Painting, The Art Museum, Florida International University, Miami, Florida
 
1987
Brockton Triennial, The Brockton Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts
 
1986
50th Anniversary Exhibition, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
 
1986
Young Painters, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Provincetown, Massachusetts
New Ground: Part II, Grossman Gallery, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Miniatures, Thomas Segal Gallery, Boston
Gallery Artists, David Brown Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts
 
1985
Young Painters, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Provincetown, Massachusetts

1982
Boston NOW: Figuration, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
157th Annual, The National Academy of Design, New York
 
1979
Three Painters, Suffolk College, Long Island University, New York
1st Drawing Annual, Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston
 
1978
American Landscape Part One, Monique Knowlton Gallery, New York
From the Imagination, Green Mountain Gallery, New York
Metaphor in Painting, The Federal Hall Gallery, New York
 
1974
Brooklyn College Graduate Exhibition, Brooklyn College, New York
 
1970
Fifth Year Exhibition, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS

2001-02
FRAP B Research Award
2001
United University Professions Research Award
1998
United University Professions Research Award
1986-87
The Englehard Foundation Award
1985-86
The Ingram-Merrill Award
1984
Awards in the Arts, Nominee
1973-75
Fellowship, Brooklyn College, C.U.N.Y., New York
1970
Skowhegan School Painting Purchase Prize
1969
Dana Pond Painting Award, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


SCHOLARSHIPS

1972-74
Brooklyn College Tuition Scholarship
1970
Skowhegan School Scholarship
1968-71
Boston Museum School Tuition Scholarship

PUBLIC LECTURES AND COMMENTARY

2017
Quoted in The Art Newspaper, Obituary, Vito Acconci, by David D'Arcy, page 70, June, number 291.
Panelist, David Cohen in Conversation with David Carbone and Julie Heffernan, ART BOOK REVIEW PANEL: Timothy Hyman's  The World New Made, February 8th.

2011
Panelist, The Role of Classical life Drawing in Twenty-First Century Pedagogy, moderated by James L. McElhinney, with Martha Mayer Erlebacher, Douglas Wirls, Costa Vavagiakis, Sherry Camhy, Sharon Sprung, and Jeffrey Carr,at the Art Students League (available on YouTube).

2009
Panelist, Gabriel Laderman, An Unconventional Realist, moderated by John Jacobs Meyer, with Ted Schmidt, Langdon Quin, Caren Canier, at The New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
Lecturer, Gabriel Laderman, An Unconventional Realist in an Age of Abstraction, Crisp Museum, Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO

2008
Lecturer, Gabriel Laderman, An Unconventional Realist in an Age of Abstraction, Museum of Art ,University of New Hampshire, Durham
Lecturer, Edwin Dickinson, A Painter of Constant Sorrow, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
Panelist, Artist-Critics on Art Criticism, Moderated by Maureen Mullarkey, with Lance Esplund, and Laurie Fendrich, Red Dot Art Fair, Gramercy Park Hotel, New York, NY
Co-Lecturer with Lincoln Perry, Gabriel Laderman, An Unconventional Realist, University of Virginia Art Museum, Charlottesville, VA
 
2006
Panelist, Mimesis to Sign, at the Annual Membership Meeting of Artists Equity Association, the Arts Student’s League
 
2005
Panelist, Re-inventing the World: On Being a Figurative Painter, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn
 
2001
Speaker, National Public Radio, On the Leon Golub Retrospective, at the Brooklyn Museum
Co-Chair and Speaker, The Art of the Figure in Contemporary Art, at the College Art Association Annual Convention, Chicago
 
2000
Speaker, A Conversation with Lincoln Perry, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
Speaker, National Public Radio, on the Other Visions show at the Metropolitan Museum, New York
 
1999
Speaker, National Public Radio, on the Sensation show at the Brooklyn Museum
Speaker, National Public Radio, on Flesh is the Devil, a film on Francis Bacon

1998
Speaker, National Public Radio, on M. C. Escher, at The National Gallery
 
1997
Speaker, National Public Radio, on American Visions, the PBS series
 
1994
Speaker, Canadian Public Radio, on Salvador Dali: The Early Years, at the Metropolitan Museum, New York
 
1993
Speaker, National Public Radio, on Daumier, at the Metropolitan Museum, New York
 
1992
Speaker, National Public Radio, on Magritte, at the Metropolitan Museum, New York
Panelist, Art in New York, moderated by Jed Perl with Louis Finklestein, Deborah Rosenthal, Joan Snyder and Trevor Winkfield at Books & Co., New York
 
1987
Panelist, Post-Modern Narrative Painting, moderated by Gabriel Laderman with Robert Birmelin, James McGarrell, Susan Morrison and Raoul Middleman and at the College Art Association Convention, Boston

1971-present:
Art Students League, New York
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA
Parsons School of Design, New York, NY
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA
Knox College, Galesburg, Il
University of Virginia Art Museum, Charlottesville, VA
Crisp Museum, Southeast Missouri State University
Montserrat College of Art, Beverly, Massachusetts
University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire
Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA
Suffolk College, Long Island University, New York
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
New York Academy of Art, New York
University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa State
University of New York at Albany, Albany, New York

PROFESSIONAL LISTINGS

College Art Association
International Association of Art Critics
Who's Who in the East
The International Art Diary
Who's Who in American Art


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2008 
Visiting Artist, Undergraduate Painting and Drawing, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO
Visiting Artist, Senior Painting Critiques, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
 
2003-08
Visiting Artist, Pratt Institute, Sophomore Painting Critiques, Brooklyn, NY
 
2006
Visiting Artist, Senior Painting Critiques, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
 
2002-05
Visiting Artist, Graduate Drawing Critiques, Yale University, School of Architecture, New Haven, Connecticut
 
1993-2015
Associate Professor, University at Albany, SUNY, Albany, New York
 
1991-92
Visiting Professor, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY
 
1990
Visiting Professor, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California
 
1989-1993
Instructor, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
 
1987-89
Visiting Professor, Foundation, Pratt Institute, New York
 
1987
Visiting Artist, Painting, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
Visiting Artist, Painting, Queens College, Queens, N Y
 
1985
Visiting Artist, Montserrat School of Art, Beverly, Massachusetts
 
1983
Visiting Professor, Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois
 
1976-82
Instructor, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
 
1975-1993
Lecturer in Art History, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (Tufts University)
 
1973-75
Instructor (Fellowship), Brooklyn College, New York
 
1970-72 Instructor, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

RELATED EXPERIENCE

2013-2015
Director, Graduate Studies in Studio Art
 
2012-2013
Director, Undergraduate Studies in Studio Art
 
2002-2011
Director, Graduate Studies in Studio Art
 
2008 
Co-member, Peer Review Committee for Full Professor
 
2007-2008
Co-Teaching Supervisor, Undergraduate Drawing
 
2006 
Member, Art History Search Committee
 
2004 
Member, Assessment Team, The Art and Art History Programs at the University of New Hampshire (my focus: BFA and MFA Studio Programs)
 
2003 
Co-member, Peer Review Committee for Full Professor
 
2003-Present
Teaching Supervisor and Curriculum Programmer, Two Dimensional Design.
 
2002
Co-Writer, BA, MA and MFA Studio Art Program Assessment
 
2002-2005 
Member, Faculty Research Committee
 
1998-2001, 05
Member, Faculty Counsel (Research Subcommittee)
 
1993-2002
Director, Undergraduate Studies in Studio Art
 
1999
Member, New Art Building Project , Part Two
 
1998-2002
Member, Faculty Council (Faculty Research Committee)
 
1998-99
Teaching Supervisor, Undergraduate Drawing Area
 
1998-99
Member, Digital Photography Search Committee
 
1996-97
Member, Art History Search Committee;
 
1995-97
Chairperson, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee
 
1994-96
Teaching Supervisor, Undergraduate Drawing Area
 
1993
Area Representative (Department Head), Art History, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
 
1991
Co-Curator, Alfred Russell: A Retrospective, During the Spoleto Festival, Civitico Berg Gallery, Charleston, South Carolina; Contemporary Realist Gallery, San Francisco
 
1988-81
Member, Art History Search Committee
 
1987
Guest Curator, Fictional Images, Contemporary Figure Painting, Montserrat Gallery, Montserrat School of Art, Beverly, Massachusetts
 
1981-93
Trip Leader, Annual Europe Art Trip, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, to London, Amsterdam, Paris, Milan, Venice, Ravenna, Florence, Rome, Madrid, Toledo, Barcelona, Siena, Padua, Den Haag, Antwerp
 
1987-83
Library Committee Member, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
 
1975-78
Visiting Artist Committee Member, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
 
1970-72
Co-Director, Five Evenings Program, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
 
1970
Assistant to Barnet Rubenstein, the Exhibitions Director, Black Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
 
1969-72
Founder and Director, Visiting Artist Program, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
 
1968
Founding Committee Member, The New School, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston