Books & Media
Books by Cleve
Photographic Books by Cleve Overton and Jude Andreasen
Articles about Cleve
The Northshore Staten Island Newsletter “Perspective in Blacks: Clarence Overton – Involved with life July 1970
The Staten Island Advance “Youngsters watch sculptor Clarence Overton at work” August 25, 1969
Massachusetts Sentinel & Enterprise “Exhibit Focuses on 9/11” pages 1 and 3, September 13, 2002
Washington DC City Paper
The Washington Post 10/15/07, “Scene and Heard”
Articles by Cleve
Cleve's 80th Birthday Party
In September 2008, Cleve celebrated his 80 full years with about 80 friends and their children, from all corners of the U.S., at the home of artist Harriet and Phil Lesser in Maryland.
Art Exhibit Opening Reception 2/8/2009 Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church
Cleve’s largest and last solo show, a retrospective which included 33 works in various media.
Under Surveillance Art Show
This series was a collaboration by Cleve with well-known artist Harriet Lesser at Parrish Gallery, 9/2010, Washington, DC. It highlights one classic method of surveillance, the tower, to raise awareness of that delicate balance between privacy and security. It includes representations of towers used throughout history in prison camps, refugee camps, dividing cities and countries, war zones and even the detention centers for the Japanese in the U.S. during WW II.
Video with Cleve submitted to Sundance – Fried Sartori
Cleve was approached by the filmmakers to play the role of a wise old man. The film was submitted to Sundance as a short in 2003 by Astrid Dick.