Final Studio Art Intensive Exhibitions of Jacopo Degl’Innocenti & Jos Stumpe

National Academy Museum and School

Sep. 10, 2024 - Oct. 11, 2015

5 East 89th Street
New York, 10128
212 369-4880

Opening Reception, Wednesday, September 9, 2015. The opening reception is free but RSVP is encouraged:

Jacopo Degl’innocenti is from Florence, Italy, where he studied Fine Arts at Istituto Statale d’Arte and Liceo Artistico Leon Battista Alberti. In 2010, Jacopo moved to New York City where he enrolled in courses at the School of Visual Arts Continuing Education Program in animation and illustration. In 2012, he joined the Studio Art Intensive Program, at National Academy Museum & School for three years in the Fine Arts.
Jos Stumpe was born in the Netherlands. He studied Language and Literature and worked for more than 20 years as an independent copy editor and graphic designer, editing policy studies for the Dutch government on topics such as infrastructure for aviation and water management.
After having put his creativity into translating other people’s ideas into word and image, Stumpe felt the need to create something of his own. The medium to realize this became clay. He studied ceramic design at The Glasgow School of Art, Scotland, graduating in 2012.
Having moved to New York City in 2012, he has been exploring other materials ─ metal and concrete, steel and soapstone─ to create sculptures, painting and prints at the National Academy School. These works express his fascination with the interaction between man and nature.

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