faculty profile

Richard Berger
Associate Professor

Richard Berger has taught at the San Francisco Art Institute since 1971.  He has used most of the traditional materials and methods associated with sculpture over those years and has recently integrated kinetics and video into that work. 

Selected Exhibitions: 
  • The Prosthetic Temple, Meridian Gallery, SF, 2011           
  • Richard Berger Sculpture, Lake Tahoe Community College, 2001
  • The Third Time I Saw Phyllis She Exploded (Adeline Kent Award exhibition), San Francisco Art Institute, 2004
  • Reflexions Projectees, Chateau de Coupiac, Coupiac France, 1998
Selected Publications: 
  • “To All Artists, Known and Unknown,” works & conversations No.9, 2004 
  • “Elephanta” travel journal, works & conversations No.5, 2002
  • “Pal,” Deus Ex Machina, March 1996
  • "An artists critique of the Motorcycles of Arlen Ness", Independent Biker, Issue 21, 1994
  • MA, Art, California State University, Sacramento, 1970
  • BA, Art, California State University, Sacramento, 1968