Philip Livingston is a visual artist. His work explores themes of memory, the tension between reality and illusion, the relationship of physical to spiritual, the contrast of gravity and lightness. He works in series lasting a year or more. His current work attempts to integrate spatial and temporal expression.

This website shows a sampling of work created for various one person gallery exhibitions; for research in the studio; and for particular sites and clients.

Livingston has a B.A. from Brown University and an M.F.A. from the university of Wisconsin. He is a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome. His sculpture is in the collections of the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; the Knoxville Museum of Art; the Knoxville Convention Center; the Tennessee Valley Authority (on three sites); Oakton Community College, Des Plaines, IL; and many private collections. He has been represented by Adele Rosenberg Gallery, Chicago; Ward-Nasse Gallery, New York; Sonia Zaks Gallery, Chicago; James Tigerman Gallery, and Perimeter Gallery, Chicago.

Opening at the Perimeter Gallery of Philip Livingston's show

Opening of a solo show at the Perimeter Gallery in Chicago.

Philip Livingston’s studio is in Washington, D.C. Visits are welcome and can be arranged by calling the artist at 773 220-8038. Some works presented on this site are for sale, and the artist is open to proposals for commissions.