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Dee Shapiro began her career as a pattern painter and was included in the Pattern and Decoration exhibit at P. S. 1. Her interest in mathematics and geometry and the Fibonacci progression led her work to be included in the Guggenheim Museum collection in 1980. Incorporating the geometric intricacy of small cityscape paintings, she uses pattern in ink, paint and collage in all her current projects. Her work is included in many museums, academic institutions and corporate collections including the Albright-Knox Museum, Dayton Institute, Everson Museum, William Louis Dreyfus Family Collection, IBM Corporation, and Pepsico Corporation.