About Jeff Funnell
Jeff Funnell recently retired from the University of Manitoba School of Art, Winnipeg, where he was an influential professor of art for over thirty years. He holds an MFA from the University of Cincinnati and a BFA from the University of Manitoba. Funnell’s work has been included in numerous national and international solo and group exhibitions including: The Cat Show (2013), White Columns, New York; Continental Drift: Conceptual Art In Canada The 1960s and 70s (2013), Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe; My Winnipeg (2011), La Maison Rouge, Paris; SCHOOL OF ART (2009), MKG127, Toronto; Instructions for 59 Drawings, Raymond Roussel (2004-2009) (2009), White Columns, New York, Carte grise à Guy Maddin Collage Crimes (2008), Dazibao – centre de photographies actuelles, Montreal; and La Biennale de Montréal (2007). His work is part of the major group exhibition Traffic: Conceptual Art In Canada 1965-1980, which will be travelling across Canada from 2010-2013.