Eugene Feldman

Biography of Eugene Feldman

  • Born in Woodbine, New Jersey. 1942 Attended Philadelphia School of Industrial Art, now University of the Arts Philadelphia, PA.
  • Stationed in London and Paris with the U.S. Army Mapping Unit.
  • Founded FALCON PRESS in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Appointed Director of Typography, Philadelphia College of Art, now University of the Arts.
  • Published DOORWAY TO PORTUGUESE with Aloisio Magalhães. Visited Brazil as guest of the Brazilian Government.
  • Published DOORWAY TO BRASILIA with Aloisio Magalhães.
  • Published THE WORLD OF KAFKA AND CUEVAS with Louis Glessman.
  • Published THE NOTEBOOKS AND DRAWINGS OF LOUIS I. KAHN with Richard Saul Wurman. Member of Board of Directors , Print Club Philadelphia, PA. Appointed Associate Professor, Graphic Arts, Graduate School of Fine Arts, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship for Research in Photo-Offset Lithography. Designed SPOT BOOK, A PORTFOLIO OF ANIMAL PRINTS published by the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
  • Commissioned to design poster of Philadelphia Museum of Art for Haas Community Fund. Commisioned to design and produce a series of prints on Plexiglas for the Philadelphia Board of Education.
  • Designed MULTIPLES, THE FIRST DECADE , published by the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
  • Died in Philadelphia