Art Program

Chris Daniggelis

Chris Daniggelis
Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies
Education: 

MFA, Printmaking, Ohio State University, OH, 1996

BA, Art & English Literature, Wake Forest University, NC,1993

Bio: 

Daniggelis makes elaborate one-of-a-kind prints using shapes from a simple template, subverting both the purpose of printmaking as a way to make multiples and also the romance of the expressive artist's hand.

He has exhibited his work with Aminha Robinson, has been included in exhibitions juried by Donna DeSalvo (Chief Curator of the Whitney Musuem), Helen Molesworth (Chief Curator of the ICA, in Boston). He received an international residency from the Ohio Arts Council to research in Dresden, Germany and will return in 2013 as an International Fulbright Scholar. He printed for Jonathan Hammer of Matthew Marks Gallery, NYC, for Richard Serra with Master Printer Luther Davis, of Noblet Serigraphie, NYC and printed for Dard Hunter III. Before coming to the University of Missouri he taught at Columbus College of Art & Design as an Associate Professor and at Ohio State University.

In his spare time, Daniggelis collects antique typewriters. He has also been a long distance runner - winning, among other things, the Penn Relays 3000m in distance running in 1988.

Courses Taught: 

Printmaking

Portfolio Images: 
Split Vessel I (opened & closed), 15x15,” 1999
Two Vessels (Map), 28x40,” 2005
An Unfortunate Crest, 25x25,” 2005
Final Number Chart, 30x30,” 2005
Split Vessel II (with Photograph of American Indian), 20x25,” 1998
Etching with chart, 25x25,” 1996
1913-1937 (A.G), 1998
Kristallnacht, 20x30,” 1998
Template Portrait, 28x38,” 2005
Systema Sephiroticvm II, 25x15,” 2006
Conversion from 3 to 5, or how I learned to speak, 1997
PENTAFORM (F.I), 10x10,” 1996