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b. 1964, Johannesburg, South Africa.
2005. Upfront Gallery, Ventura, California
2004. Axis Gallery, New York, New York.
2004. Toomey Tourell Gallery, San Francisco, California.
2002. Toomey Tourell Gallery, San Francisco, California.
2003. The African American Musuem and Library at Oakland, Oakland, California.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2006. VISUAL POLITICS: THE ART OF ENGAGEMENT, American University Museum, Katzen Arts Center, Washington DC
2005/6. ART OF ENGAGEMENT, Jack Rutberg Gallery, Los Angeles, California
2005. SCOPE MIAMI, South Miami, Florida.
2005. IMPRINTS, Axis Gallery, New York, New York.
2005. Toomey Tourell, San Francisco International Art Exposition,San Francisco, California.
2004. BIG, Toomey Tourell, San Francisco, California.
2004. FEAR WILL NOT SILENCE US!!!! ‘NOT IN OUR NAME’ ART SHOW, Oakland, California.
2004. SCOPE LA, with Toomey Tourell, Los Angeles, California.
2004. SCOPE NY, with Toomey Tourell, New York, New York.
2004. Academy of Friends and Visual AID Art Auction, San Francisco, California.
2003. SCOPE MIAMI, South Miami, Florida.
2003. Big Deal, Visual Aid Art Fundraiser, San Francisco, California.
2003. Toomey Tourell, San Francisco International Art Exposition,San Francisco, California.
2003. Academy of Friends and Visual AID Art Auction, San Francisco, California.
2002. ICON 2002, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, California.
2002. Toomey Tourell/Breast Cancer Action Auction, San Francisco, California.
2006. Does New Cyberstalking Law Criminalize Free Expression? by Wendy McElroy, Fox News
2006. US criminalises cyber-harassment: Civil liberties groups up in arms by Iain Thomson, VNUNet UK
2006. Perspective: Create an e-annoyance, go to jail, Declan McCullagh, C|Net
2005. Art of Engagement Visual Politics in California and Beyond by Peter Selz, University of California Press, photograph and article.
2005. Numb and Number: Clinton Fein’ at Toomey Tourell Gallery, Clark Buckner, Artweek
2005. Corporate Policy Leads to Political Censorship, Molouk Y. Ba-Isa, Arab News
2004. His art is not subtle. It can be hard to take. But Clinton Fein is not afraid to make a statement, Kenneth Baker, The San Francisco Chronicle
2004. Using the Canvas to Canvass, Jack Fischer, The San Jose Mercury News
2004. As Nov. 2 nears, artists get in their last licks, Steve Winn, The San Francisco Chronicle
2004. Political artist loses printer over images, Louise Roug, The Los Angeles Times
2004. 2 of Clinton Fein’s political works run afoul of his printer’s policies, Kenneth Baker, The San Francisco Chronicle
2004. The Clinton Cabinet, Surface Magazine
2004. First Thursday Art Openings; San Francisco, Alan Bamberger, ArtBusiness.com
2004. Print shop refuses to release political images, Jack Fischer, The San Jose Mercury News
2004. Annoy.com Webmaster says war art censored, Paul Festa, C|NET
2004. Clinton Fein “Warning”, Ken Johnson, The New York Times
2004. Mazel’s Dream: The Madness of Truth, Opinion Editorials
2002. Clinton Fein At Toomey-Tourell, Kenneth Baker, The San Francisco Chronicle.
2002. Riefenstahl Exhibit Stirs Controversy in New York, Forward Magazine
2002. S.F.’s Annoy.com true to its name, San Francisco Examiner
2000. Ungagged CEO of Annoy.com sinks teeth into critics, The San Francisco Business Times.
2000. UH played small role in Annoy.com case, The Daily Cougar, University of Houston.
2000. Gag Order Lifted In Annoy.com Case, Washington Post, Newsbytes.
2000. Communications Decency Act e-mail provision cited in private lawsuit, The New York Times
1999. Court Rejects Challenge to Internet Speech Law, The New York Times
1999. Supreme Court CDA Decision Annoys Annoy.com,Washington Post
1999. Supreme Court upholds ‘annoying’ CDA provision, CNN
1999. U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Computer Indecency Law, The Los Angeles Times
1999. High court upholds law to keep e-mail smut-free, The Washington Times
1999. Hate Mail Won’t Dissuade Annoy.com, Newsbytes, Discovery Channel
1999. Supreme Court: Law barring smutty e-mail doesn’t violate freedom of speech, The Associated Press
1999. Vexed, But Not Annoyed, Reason Magazine
1999. Security, Speech Rights Clash Online, Policy.com
1998. Annoy.com Can Be Indecent, but not Obscene, The New York Times.
1998. U.S. court protects ‘annoying’ online speech, CNN.
1998. Federal court rules that annoy.com may continue to annoy, The First Amendment Center.
1998. Annoying, but Legal, Wired News.
1998. Annoy.com free to bother Netizens, CNET.
1998. ApolloMedia takes challenge of CDA provision to Supreme Court, The First Amendment Center.
1998. Ziff-Davis Not Amused by Parody, Wired News
1997. Does Anything Go? Limiting Free Speech on the Net, The Wall Street Journal.
1997. Designed to Annoy, Web Site Flouts CDA, Wired News
1997. Asserting a Constitutional Right to Annoy, The New York Times
1997. Web Citations, The Atlantic Monthly
1997. Web Sightings, New York Magazine.
1997. Quotable, The Filter, Harvard Law School.
1997. With Intent to Annoy, Wired.
1997. Suit Challenges Ban on ‘Annoying’ Language, The New York Times.
1997. The Importance of Being Annoying, Metropolitan Magazine.