Daniel Lefcourt is an artist, designer, toolbuilder & educator

He is a tenured professor at The Rhode Island School of Design

His artwork is represented by Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York and Emanuela Campoli, Paris

Daniel Lefcourt’s artistic practice engages the discipline of painting through the lens of scientific, industrial and military imaging technologies. His current areas of research focus on generative systems, chance, and procedural design.

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Institutional Collections

Daniel Lefcourt’s artwork is in the following institutional collections:

︎︎︎ The Whitney Museum, New York
︎︎︎ Yale University Art Gallery
︎︎︎ MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge
︎︎︎ The Rachofsky Collection / The Warehouse, Dallas
︎︎︎ Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
︎︎︎ Dia Art Foundation, New York, NY (Commission)
︎︎︎ Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami
︎︎︎ V-A-C Foundation, Moscow

Data (as of 2022):
# of Years as Part-Time faculty: 8
# of Years as Tenure-Track Faculty: 7
# of Years as Tenured Faculty: 4
# of Years as Full Professor: 1
# of Students Taught: ~1280+
# of Student Artworks Critiqued: ~15,600
# of Prompts Assigned: ~720
# of Committee Meetings: ~237
# of Faculty Meetings: ~96.5
# of Appointment Reviews: 7
# of Museum Collections: 8
# of Gallery Exhibitions: ~133
# of Days Creating Art: ~12,600
% of Total Life Creating Art: ~89.3%