STUDIES AND RESEARCH

1994 Scotland Printmakers Studio, Edinburgh, Scotland/Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
1990 AIDS in Africa research, Gambia, West Africa

SELECTED ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS

2018 Murder of Crows, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2015 Metro Curates, New York, New York
2013 The Golden Bees, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2012 Going, Going, Gone, AMG Gallery, Santa Monica, California
2011 The Golden Bees, Prichard Gallery, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
2010 The Golden Bees, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2009 Harmed, Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
2008 Half a Life, Fresno Art Museum, Fresno, California
2007 Harmed, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Sun Valley, Idaho
2006 Half a Life, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2005 Veneers, Argazzi Art Gallery, Lakeville, Connecticut
2004 Veneers, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2003 I’m a 950 but want to be 1000, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2001 Aids New Works, Botanica Fine Art, Bozeman, Montana
2000 Small Wonders, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1999 Possessed by the Furies, Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
1998 Possessed by the Furies, Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho
1997 The Human Condition, Evolving Space Gallery, San Francisco, California
1996 Celtic Works, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1995 A System of Divination, Memory Grove Installation, Salt Lake City, Utah
1994 Recent Works, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1993 Art in the Age of the Plague, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California
1990 AIDS in Africa, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1989 AIDS in Relationship to the Black Plague, Missoula Museum of Fine Art, Missoula, Montana
1989 AIDS in Relationship to the Black Plague, Boise State University, Boise, Idaho
1987 Recent Works, Springville Museum of Art, Springville, Utah
1986 Stephanie Wilde, Harris Fine Art Museum, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2017 Seeing With Our Own Eyes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2016 20/21 – VISIONARY ARTISTS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2014 Summer Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2013 Fall Group Exhibition, Heather James Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming
2013 Fall Group Exhibition, Heather James Gallery, Palm Desert, California
2013 Swarm: A Collaboration With Bees, Lotus Land, Santa Barbara, California
2013 Group Exhibition, Winfield Gallery, Carmel, California
2012 We Could Be Hero’s, Brigham Young University Museum of Art, Provo, Utah
2011 New Acquisitions: Prints, New York Public Library, New York, New York
2010 Art Chicago, Stewart Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
2010 Inaugural Exhibition, Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, Washington
2010 Birds of a Feather, Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho
2009 Los Angeles Art Show, Stewart Gallery, Los Angeles, California
2008 Blacklisted, Carl Cherry Center for the Arts, Carmel, California
2008 20/20, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2007 Art Now Fair at the Claremont Hotel, Stewart Gallery, Miami, Florida
2007 Affair @ The Jupiter Hotel, Stewart Gallery, Portland, Oregon
2006 Spring Group Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2005 A Day in May, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2004 Winter Exhibition, Argazzi Art, Lakeville Connecticut
2001 A Day in May, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1999 Winter Group Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1998 Form and Function, Evolving Space Gallery, San Francisco, California
1997 The Uncommon Book, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Sun Valley, Idaho
1996-97 Winter Group Exhibition, Evolving Space, San Francisco, California
1993 Artist and Eccentric Book on AIDS, Hemingway Center, Boise State University, Boise, Idaho
1992 Fellowship Award Winners, The Sun Valley Center for the Arts and Humanities, Sun Valley, Idaho
1991 Art Discussing Life, University of Idaho, Pritchard Art Gallery Moscow, Idaho, Traveling Exhibition
1989 Africa, The Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Sun Valley, Idaho

AWARDS

2014 Fellowship (Artistic Excellence), National Endowment, Idaho Commission on the Arts, Boise, Idaho
2009 QuickFund Grant, Idaho Commission on the Arts, Boise, Idaho
2009 Fellowship (Artistic Excellence), National Endowment, Idaho Commission on the Arts, Boise, Idaho
2008 City Arts Fund 2008 Cultural Initiative Grant, Boise City Arts Commission, Boise, Idaho
2007 QuickFund Grant, Idaho Commission on the Arts, Boise, Idaho
2002 Governor’s Award, (Excellence in the Arts), Idaho Commission on the Arts, Boise, Idaho
1999 Mayor’s Award (Artistic Excellence), Boise, Idaho
1995-98 Technical Assistance Grants, Idaho Commission on the Arts, Boise, Idaho
1994 Work Site Grant, National Endowment, Idaho Commission on the Arts, Boise, Idaho
Edinburgh, Scotland and Dublin, Ireland
1992-93 Sudden Opportunity Grants, Idaho Commission on the Arts, Boise, Idaho
1988 Fellowship (Artistic Excellence), National Endowment, Idaho Commission on the Arts, Boise, Idaho

LIMITED EDITION BOOKS AND SPECIAL PROJECTS

2012 1000 Artist’s Books, Rockport Publishers/Quarry Books
2009 Half a Life, Publishers: Smith and Wilde Press, Etchings by Stephanie Wilde, Text by Judith McConnell Steele Boise, Idaho,
cases and binding by Kevin Martini Fuller Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Edition 30. Exhibited in 2008 in solo exhibition at Fresno Art Museum, Fresno California and Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1998 Possessed by the Furies, Publishers: Smith and Wilde Press, Etchings and text by Stephanie Wilde, Edition 30. Collaboration with Choir Alley Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota Exhibited 1998 at the Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho; 1999 at the Salt Lake City Art Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
1986 Wilde Birds, Publisher Smith and Wilde Press, Etchings by Stephanie Wilde, Text by Lane S. Bune, Edition 75, collaboration with Woodworm Press, Provo, Utah. Exhibited in1993 at the Long Beach Museum of Art, Art in the Age of the Plague; in 1991 at the Kimball Art Center, Park City, Utah, Books of the Northwest; in 1988 at the Limited Edition Book show at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah; in 1997 at the Librarian show, Los Angeles, California

LIMITED EDITION PORTFOLIOS

2011 AIDS Forms the Tally, Publishers: Smith and Wilde Press, Etchings by Stephanie Wilde, Edition 30. Exhibited in 2011 in group exhibition New Acquisitions: Prints at the New York Public Library, New York, New York.
2008 AIDS Forms the Tally, Publishers: Smith and Wilde Press, Etchings by Stephanie Wilde, Edition 30. Exhibited in 2008 in solo exhibition Half a Life at the Fresno Art Museum, Fresno, California.
2002 I’m a 950 but want to be 1000, Publishers: Smith and Wilde Press, Etchings by Stephanie Wilde, Edition 30.
Collaboration with Choir Alley Press, Metuchen, New Jersey
1995 A System of Divination, Publishers: Smith and Wilde Press, Etchings by Stephanie Wilde, Text by Lane S.
Bune. Edition 30. Collaboration with Choir Alley Press, Des Moines, Iowa. Exhibited 1995 at Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho, one-woman exhibition. In 1995 at Memory Grove in Salt Lake City, Utah, one woman exhibition.
1993 Slim (AIDS in Africa), Publishers: Smith and Wilde Press, Etchings by Stephanie Wilde, Edition 30. Collaboration with Choir Alley Press, Chicago, Illinois. Exhibited 1993 at the Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California, Art in the Age of the Plague. In 1993 at Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho, One person exhibition.

SELECTED MUSEUMS AND CORPORATE COLLECTIONS

William Louis-Dreyfus Foundation, Mt. Kisco, NY
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Newark Public Library, Newark New Jersey
Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England
Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California
Fresno Art Museum, Fresno, California
Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California
Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho
Springville Museum of Art, Springville, Utah
Utah Museum of Fine Art, Salt Lake City, Utah
New York Public Library, New York, New York
Marriott Library, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
Salt Lake Arts Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
Scripps College, Claremont, California
Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Utah
Boise State University, Boise, Idaho
The College of Idaho, Caldwell, Idaho
Roll International, Los Angeles, California
Wells Fargo Bank, Boise, Idaho

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Saxon Henry, Insiders at the Outsider Art Fair, Saxon Henry, May 2014
Ben Davis, The Puzzle of the Outsider Art Fair, Artnet, May 8, 2014
Creative Community: Lotusland-Swarm: A Collaboration with Bees, TV Santa Barbara Plus, February 2013
Taylor Micaela Davis, Lotusland is Swarming with Art Dedicated to Bees, Santa Barbara Seasons Magazine, Santa Barbara, California, February 2013
Swarm: A Collaboration with Bees- Big City Buzz.com, Santa Barbara, California February 2013
Mary Forgione, Santa Barbara: The Not So Secret Life of Bees at Lotusland Garden, Los Angeles Times, February 2013
Chris Schnoor, “Beauty and the Bees” essay in exhibition catalog for Golden Bees at Prichard Art Center, Moscow, Idaho, May 2011
Roger Rowley, Prichard opens artwalk with Golden Bees Exhibit, University of Idaho News, June 2011
Roger Rowley, Golden Bees, Pullman News, June 2011
The Gracey Art Reviw, April 2011, The New York Public Library’s recent Acquisitions
Fresno Art Scene, Fresno Art Museum, Half a Life, Fresno California, February 2008
Chris Schnoor “Harmed” art ltd, Los Angeles, California November 2009
Chris Schnoor, “Blood Money,” essay in exhibition catalog for Harmed at the Salt Lake Art Center, 2009
Clark, Ehren, “Corporate Punishment,” City Weekly (Salt Lake), July 29, 2009
Nicholls, Jennie, “Artist Examines Corporate Delcine, Moral Decay,” Deseret News, July 25, 2009
“Enemies of Love, Paintings by Stephanie Wilde”, High Desert Journal, Spring 2008, Issue 7, pg. 41-44
Chris Schnoor, “Dark Vision,” Boise Weekly, November 2006
Chris Schnoor, “Notable Nines,” Boise Weekly, April 2004
Bingo Barnes, Idaho Arts Quarterly, “Seriously Wilde,” Winter 2003
Ben Mitchell, “Notes on Stephanie Wilde’s Possessed by the Furies,” Calapooya 2000, article
Ric Collier, director Salt Lake Art Center, “Possessed by the Furies”, April 3-June 27, 1999
Chris Schnoor, “Art of Discovery: Stephanie Wilde’s Creative Journey”, Boise Magazine, Fall 1999
Chris Schnoor, “Possession,” Boise Weekly, December 3 – 9 1998.
Marianne Flagg “Art of Culture” Stephanie Wilde takes a delicate look at explosive subjects. The Idaho Statesman, Boise, Idaho, December 8, 1998
Burkman, Greg, “Stephanie Wilde, An Art of Hope.” Artifact, November/December, 1995, pg.31, 32
“Stephanie Wilde at Stewart Gallery,” Reflex, March/April, 1993
Saltzgaver, Harry, Los Angeles Times, August 29, 1993. “Contrast Defines New Dual Exhibit at Long Beach Museum of Art.”
Frank, Peter, Grunion Gazette, September 2, 1993, pg. 12. “Three worthy art shows at museum.” Press Gamblin, Noriko. Arts Rag, October 15, 1993, Vol. 2, No. 8
Saltzgaver, Harry, Telegram, September 5, 1993, pg. J6 “Contrast Defines Newest Art Museum Exhibit.”
Downtown Gazette, September 6, 1993, Vol. 6, No. 36
“Plague Art Alive.” Random Lengths News, September 2-15, 1993, pg. 8
King, Debra. “Gifts to the Long Beach Community.” West Art, September 24, 1993, Vol. 32, No. 1
Littlefield, Kinney, “2 new exhibits show everyone’s vulnerable to the AIDS epidemic.” The Orange County Register, October 8, 1993, pg. 77

BORN 1984 in Maracaibo, Venezuela

EDUCATION
2006-2009 Florence Academy of Art, Florence, Italy
2002-2006 Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD. BFA, Painting
2005 Studio Art Centers International (SACI), Florence, Italy
1999-2003 Romero-Hidalgo Artists’ Studios, Miami, FL, studied under Abdon Romero.
1998-2002 South Miami School of the Arts-Magnet Program for Art

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2012 Mirrors, Haynes Galleries, Thomaston, Maine

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2014 Wives, Daughters and Lovers, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2013 Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2012 Perception of Self, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2011 International Portrait Competition hosted by the Portrait Society of America,
Atlanta, Georgia
Annual Faculty Exhibition, Silvermine School of Art, New Canaan, CT
110th Annual Juried Exhibition, New Haven Paint & Clay Club,
New Haven, CT
Pathways to Landscape, Ridgefield Guild of Artists, Ridgefield, CT
2010 Annual Faculty Exhibition, Silvermine School of Art, New Canaan, CT
Annual Juried Exhibition, Ridgefield Guild of Artists, Ridgefield, CT
Objects of Art, Beardsley Gallery, Wilton, CT
Faces of Winter, hosted by the Connecticut Society of Portrait Artists,
University of Connecticut, Stamford Gallery, Stamford, CT
2009 10th Annual Affordable Art Fair, Gladwell & Company Gallery, Battersea Park,
London, UK
Classical Realism, W.H. Patterson Fine Art Dealers, London, UK
Exhibition of Classical Realism by Venezuelan Artists, Embassy of the
Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Rome, Italy
Venezuelans in the World, General Consulate of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Milan, Italy
Annual Young Collectors’ Sale, Ann Long Fine Art, Charleston, SC
Florence Academy of Art Fourth Alumni Exhibition, Palazzo Corsini,
Florence, Italy
2008 The 9th Affordable Art Fair, Gladwell & Co. Gallery Battersea Park,
London, UK
Third Annual Florence Academy of Art Alumni Exhibition, W.H. Patterson
Fine Arts Dealer, London, UK
2006 Commencement Exhibition, Meyerhoff Gallery, Baltimore, MD
2005 2-D Honor Studio Show, (SACI) Florence, Italy
2004 MICA Juried Undergraduate Exhibition, Meyerhoff Gallery, Baltimore, MD
2003 Alumni Recent Work, Romero-Hidalgo Artists’ Studios, Miami, FL
2002 MICA Remembers 9/11, Meyerhoff Gallery, Baltimore, MD
MICA Juried Undergraduate Exhibition, Decker Gallery, Baltimore, MD
Scholastics Art Awards Regional Exhibition, Miami Art Museum,
Miami, FL
Beaux Arts Festival, Lowe Art Museum, Coral Gables, FL
2001 Scholastics Art Awards Regional Exhibition, Miami Art Museum,
Miami, FL

SELECTED AWARDS, GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS
2011 William F. Draper Grand Prize for the International Portrait Competition,
Portrait Society of America
First Place, 110th Annual Juried Exhibition, New Haven Paint & Clay Club
2009 Third Place, Annual Juried Exhibition, hosted by the Ridgefield
Guild of Artists
Second Place, Faces of Winter, hosted by the Connecticut Society of
Portrait Artists
2008 Fourth Place, The Art Renewal Center Annual Scholarship Competition
Student Teacher Scholarship, The Florence Academy of Art
Best Composition of the Year, The Florence Academy of Art
Honorable Mention, Still-Life and Figure Painting, Florence Academy of Art
Studio Keeper Scholarship, Florence Academy of Art
2007 Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant
Best Drawing of the Year, Florence Academy of Art
Studio Keeper Scholarship, Florence Academy of Art
2005 Bill Woody/ Tom Miller ’67, ’87 Scholarship
2004 William Ferguson Scholarship
2003 Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant
William Ferguson Scholarship
2002 MICA Presidential Scholarship
Honorable Mention from the Florida First Lady’s Art Recognition Scholarship
Gold Key, National Scholastics Art Award
2001 Two Gold Keys from the Regional Scholastics Art Awards

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
New Britain Museum of American Art

TEACHING & PROJECTS
2010 -Present Drawing and Painting Instructor, Silvermine School of Art,
New Canaan, CT
2010 Guest Lecturer, Lyme Academy College of Art, Old Lyme, CT
2008-2009 Instructor, Intensive Drawing Program, Florence Academy of Art
2000-2001 Assisted Abdon Romero with mural project at St. John Bosco
Catholic Church

ALYSSA MONKS

BORN: November 27, 1977

EDUCATION:

2001 Graduate School of Figurative Art, New York Academy of Art: MFA cum laude
1999 Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA: BA cum laude
1998 Lorenzo de’Medici, Art Institute of Florence

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2017 Alyssa Monks, Pontone Gallery, London, UK
2016 Resolution: Forum Gallery, NY
2015 Nexxus Exxpress Yourself: New York Fashion Week Event, Nexxus New York Salon
2013 Rolls Royce Icons of Art Series: The Walker Tower, NY
Presence: Blue Gallery, Kansas City, MO
2012 Small Works: Sarah Bain Gallery, CA
2010 Fixation: David Klein Gallery, MI
Oil and Water: DFN Gallery, NY
2009 New Paintings: Sarah Bain Gallery, CA
New Paintings: DFN Gallery, NY
2008 Flesh Painting: Sarah Bain Gallery, CA
2007 New Paintings: DFN Gallery, NY
Next of Kin: Sarah Bain Gallery, CA
2006 Below the Surface: Sarah Bain Gallery, CA
Dissolve: DFN Gallery, NY
2005 New Paintings: Sarah Bain Gallery, CA
2004 New Paintings: Sarah Bain Gallery, CA
2003 New Paintings: Sarah Bain Gallery, CA
2002 Surfacing: Sarah Bain Gallery, CA

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2017 Seeing With Our Own Eyes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2016-17 Contemporary Old Masters, Louisiana Art & Science Museum, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
2016 American Views, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
20/21 – VISIONARY ARTISTS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Masters of American Realism, The Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum,
Sag Harbor, NY
Water | Bodies, New York Academy of Art at Southampton Arts Center, Southampton, NY
NYAA Group Show, La Vendue, Charleston, SC
Dowling Walsh Gallery, Rockland, ME
2015 Nature Unbound, Forum Gallery, NY
Figurative I: Gallery 1261, Denver CO
Unfurl: Gallery 1261, Denver, CO
Making Faces: David Klein Gallery, Birmingham, MI
Body // Water: Carla Massoni Gallery, Chestertown, MD
The Artists Gaze: Sirona Gallery, Hallandale Beach, FL
Small Works: Sirona Gallery, Hallandale Beach, FL
2014 Love It, Locket, Leave It: Island Weiss Gallery, New York, NY
Take Home a Nude: New York Academy of Art, Sotheby’s, NY
Small is Beautiful: Flowers Gallery, New York, NY
Contemporary Realism: Gallery 1261, Denver, CO
CRB: Contemprary Realism Biennial 2014: Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN
The Windows View: Eno Gallery, Hillsborough, NC
Re-presenting the Nude: Evoke Contemporary Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
Art Southampton: New York Academy of Art, Art Southampton Pavilion, NY
NYAA Summer Exhibition: Flowers Gallery, NY
Art Wynwood: Flowers Gallery, The Art Wynwood Pavilion, Miami, FL
Based on Actual Events: Jonathan Levine Gallery, New York, NY
2013 Small Is Beautiful: Flowers Gallery, London, UK
Benetton Foundation’s Imago Mundi at the Venice Biennale: Fondazione Querini Stampalia, Italy
Summer Salon Show: Rarity Gallery, Greece
NYAA Summer Exhibition: Allegra LaViola Gallery, NY
Venice Biennale: Fondazione Querini Stampalia, Venice, Italy
Rarity Summer Salon Show: Rarity Gallery, Mykonos, Greece
The Looking Glass: Refraction through the Female Gaze: Mirus Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Contemporary Realism: Gallery 1261, Denver, CO
Single Fare: RH Gallery, New York City, NY
Nudes: Hespe Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2012 Saturation: Jensen Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Take Home a Nude: New York Academy of Art, NY
NYAA 6th Annual Summer Exhibition: Flowers Gallery, NY
Nosebleed: Fuse Gallery, NY
Rarity Summer Salon Show: Rarity Gallery, Greece
Good for You: David Klein Gallery, MI
The Ones: New York Academy of Art, NY
Heads: Flowers Gallery, NY
Love is in the Air: The Cell, NY
From What I Remember/From What I Forget: Principle Gallery, VA
2011 ICONOMANCY: New York Academy of Art, NY
Take Home a Nude: New York Academy of Art, NY
Slideluck Potshow: Slideluck, NY
Dark Water: Copro Gallery, CA
Paintworks: Gowanus Ballroom, NY
Space Invaders: Rose Contemporary, ME
Gallery Selections: Hespe Gallery, CA
NYAA 5th Annual Summer Exhibition: Flowers Gallery, NY
Breach of Privacy: Carmichael Gallery, CA
Rarity Summer Salon Show: Rarity Gallery, Greece
Triple Threat: Island Weiss Gallery, NY
Naked: Jensen Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Forces of Nature: Brian Farrell’s Space at Chelsea Modern, NY
Single Fare 2: Please Swipe Again: Sloan Fine Art, NY
(I’ve Got a Secret): Forbes Galleries, NY
Songs: Fuse Gallery, NY
(I’ve Got a Secret): Forbes Galleries, NY
2010 Uncovered: Eden Rock Gallery, St. Barth’s, French West Indies
Deck the Walls: New York Academy of Art, NY
Slideluck Potshow: Slideluck, NY
Compact:Impact: The Center for Contemporary Art, Bedminster, NJ
Take Home a Nude: New York Academy of Art, NY
Body, Mind & Hair: Rowan University Gallery, Glassboro, NJ
Fresh Figures & Abstraction: Scott White Contemporary Art, CA
Gallery Artists: DFN Gallery, NY
Remnants: Fuse Gallery, NY
Flashpoint: Alyssa Monks & Tom Birkner: The Noyes Museum, Stockton College, NJ
San Francisco Fine Art Fair: Scott White Contemporary Art, CA
Intimacy: Kunst Museum Ahlen, Germany
Between Realities: Principle Gallery, VA
2009 Water/Bodies: Eden Rock Gallery, St. Barths
Bods, Rethinking the Figure: Robert Kidd Gallery, MI
Baptized Catholic: Artbreak Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Portrait Invitational: Blue Gallery, MO
Take Home a Nude: New York Academy of Art, NY
Reconfigured and Relocated: DFN Gallery, NY
Summer Stars: Sarah Bain Gallery, CA
Reconfiguring the Body in American Art, 1820–2009: National Academy Museum of Fine Arts, NY
Abstract/Nature: DFN Gallery, NY
Personal Territory: David Klein Gallery, MI
Paper Beings: Hespe Gallery, CA
New York Academy 2nd Biennial Alumni Association Exhibition: Figureworks Gallery, NY
Small Is Beautiful: Flowers Gallery, NY
New Work by Gallery Artists: DFN Gallery, NY
2008 Dangerous Women: DFN Gallery, NY
Summer Exhibition: New York Academy of Art, NY
Take Home a Nude: New York Academy of Art, NY
2007 Summer Exhibition: New York Academy of Art, NY
Wet: DFN Gallery, NY
2006 Alumni Association Exhibition NYAA, Figureworks Gallery, Brooklyn
Small Works Show: Sarah Bain Gallery, Anaheim
Bridge Art Fair: DFN Gallery, Miami Beach
Art London: Hespe Gallery, London
Group Exhibition: DFN Gallery, NY
Take Home a Nude: New York Academy of Art, NY
An Assessment of Contemporary Figuration: David Klein Gallery, MI
Salon 2006: New York Academy of Art, NY
2005 10th Anniversary Show: DFN Gallery, NY
7th Annual Realism Invitational: Jenkins Johnson Gallery, CA
2004 Still life: Sarah Bain Gallery, CA
2003 Figures: J. Cacciola Gallery, NJ
Take Home A Nude: New York Academy of Art, NY
2002 Interiors: Sarah Bain Gallery, CA
2001 8×10: Sarah Bain Gallery, CA
Take Home A Nude: New York Academy of Art, NY
Diploma Project Exhibition: New York Academy of Art, NY
Separate Visions: Sarah Bain Gallery, CA
Paint the Town Red: Rene Lezard, NY
NYAA Student Exhibition: New York Academy of Art, NY, 1999-2001
2000 From Plaster To Master: New York Academy of Art, NY
Tristan and America Exhibition, NY
Credit Suisse Exhibition, NY

AWARDS:

2007 New York Academy of Art Summer Exhibition, First Prize, Juried Exhibition
2006 Grant for Painting, Elizabeth Greensheilds Foundation, Quebec, Canada, 2003- 2006
2001 Travel Grant to Normandy, France at the Chateaux Balleroy: Forbes Foundation
1999 Academic Scholarship Award: New York Academy of Art
Artplosion grant: Boston College, 1999
Stylus grant: Boston College, 1999

MEMBER:

Board of Trustees, New York Academy of Art, 2010 –

SELECTED LECTURES, WORKSHOPS AND COURSES:

2016 “Painting: Transcending the Photo Reference,” The Bo Bartlett Center, Columbus, GA
2015 “The Beautiful Awful,” TEDx Talks, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
The Compass Atelier, Rockville, Maryland
University of Akron, Akron, Ohio
New York Academy of Art, New York
TED talk at Indiana University
2014 New York Academy of Art, New York
2013 University of Tampa, FL
California State University Summer Arts program, CA
2012 University of Louisville, KY
2011 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Weekend with the Masters Intensive, American Artist, NY (workshop)
Washington Art Association, CT (workshop)
The Center for Contemporary Art, Bedminster, NJ (workshop)
New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
2010 New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
2009 New York Academy of the Arts, New York, NY
Washington University, St. Louis, MO (workshop, lecure)
Landscape painting course, Carrara, Italy, (2 weeks)
2008 Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ (undergrad class, 3 semesters)
East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN (workshop, lecture)
2007 Lyme Academy, Old Lyme, CT (undergrad class, 3 semesters)
Landscape painting course, Serre di Rapolano, Italy (3 weeks)
2006 University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, Fayetteville, AR (workshop, lecture)

COLLECTIONS:

Eric Fischl
Howard Tullman
Gerrity Lansing
Danielle Steele
Savannah College of Art and Design Museum of Art, Savannah, GA
Fullerton College
The Seavest Collection of Contemporary Realism
Luciano Benetton
The Center for Contemporary Art, Bedminster, NJ

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Green, Rob, Haunting and Intimate Paintings, Wallhop, April 2015.
Hafesh, Louise B, Snap and Chat, Artist’s Magazine, front cover, feature, April 2015, p. 46-51
Robbins, Sarah Dirty Laundry Connection, An Essay by Alyssa Monks, March 2015
Webb, Shenyah Nailed Magazine Artist Feature: Alyssa Monks, February 2015
Cooke, Lacy, Alyssa Monks Connects To the World Through Painting, Thrivewire, January, 2015.
Poets and Artists, front and back cover with feature, October 2014, Issue 58.
Astonishing photo-realistic portraits you won’t believe were painted by hand, CNN, October, 2014.
McCann, Margaret, The Figure: Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture, Skira Rizzoli, September, 2014.
Piowaty, Deanna Elaine, Women Under Glass: The Paintings of Alyssa Monks, Combustus, September, 2014.
Luciano, Felicia, I soggetti (s)coperti di Alyssa Monks, Atrwort, September, 2014.
Don’t These Look Like Photos? When You Learn The Truth, You Will Be SHOCKED, The San Francisco Globe, online, August, 2014.
Jacklitsch, Trent, Alyssa Monks, Vimeo, online, July, 2014.
Jacklitsch, Trent, Tone, Vimeo, online, July, 4014.
Alyssa Monks: Where Realism And Abstraction Meet, Nuo Magazine, online, July 3, 2014.
Through the Translucent Looking Glass, Dadada Magazine, March 19, 2013.
Upcoming Group Show: Contemporary Realism, American Art Collector, March 2013, p. 116-117.
Price, Marsha, Alyssa’s Brooklyn Artist Studio: Workspace Tour, Apartment Therapy, online, 2013.
Ries, Patrícia, Egoista, vol.50, p. 102-108, December 2012.
Paluch, Grzegorz, Alyssa Monks Paintings, ZIN/Magazine Kulturalny, vol. 6, p. 116-129, Lublin, Poland.
Romero, Karla D., Alyssa Monks: Interview, Humanize Magazine, Issue 13, p26-43, 2012.
Litmanen, Pirita., Interview with Alyssa Monks, Revs Magazine, October, 2012.
Zappitell, Brenda, Inside The Artist’s Studio: pt I, Professional Artist, September, 2012, p.16.
Malafronte, Allison, The New York Academy of Art: Traditional Skills, American Artist, September, 2012, p38.
Menendez, Didi, Interview: Alyssa Monks, Poets & Artists, online, July 2012, p. 10-19.
Marinho, Rafaela, Artista Americana Alyssa Monks Cria Rostos Realistas Em Pinturas à Oleo, GQ Brazil, online, July, 2012.
Painter Renders Photographic Images, Yahoo News, online, July 2012.
Photorealist Paintings by Alyssa Monks, Juxtapoz, online, June 2012.
Maidman, Daniel, Rock and Roll Painters, Huff Post Arts: The Blog, online, March 27, 2012.
Lee-Tulis, James, Alyssa Monks Interview: Picture Perfect?, Departures Magazine Online, December 2011.
Ferrari, Linda, Lady in the Water, Progetto-9, December 2011.
Alyssa Monks: Metafora Claritatii in Difuziune, Luxury Rich & Famous, November 2011.
Charlotte Strick, Women by Women, The Paris Review, Winter 2011, Issue 199.
Alyssa Monks, MISC Magazine, Fall 2011.
Karakoc, Ozan. Alyssa Monks, Bak Magazine, September 2011, Issue 16, p. 301, online.
Alyssa Monks, Apocrifa Magazine, June 2011, Issue 13, online.
The Blind Architect, Empty Kingdom Interview: Alyssa Monks, Empty Kingdom, June 2011, online.
Alyssa Monks, Mental Shoes, April 2011, online.
Aylan, Buse, Objektiften Firlayan Firca Darbeleri, Dinamik, Bogazici University, Turkey, January 2011.
Telem, Ainat & Ben Arzi, Liron, Alyssa Monks, Home Design & Lifestyle, December 2010.
Between Realism and Abstraction: The Photorealistic Paintings of Alyssa Monks, Culturazzi, November 2010, online.
Cuffe, Michael, Alyssa Monks: Contemporary Oil Artist Interview & Studio Visit, Warholian.com, October 2010, online.
Desiderio, Vincent, Fixation – Exhibition Catalog, Introduction, available for purchase at David Klein Gallery, October 2010.
Stanley, Caroline. Alyssa Monks’ Warped Wet Bodies, Flavorwire, May 2011, online.
Fenton, Laura. Exclusive: Alyssa Monks Talks about her Bathing Beauties, Flavorwire, April 2011, online.
Rose, Joshua, Alyssa Monks: Fixation, American Art Collector, October 2010, online.
Colosi, Simone, Intimate Observations: Alyssa Monks, Aesthetics Now, October 2010, online.
Hall, Kim, Alyssa Monks: Abstract Realities, Art Calendar, October 2010.
Fresh Figures & Abstraction, Exhibition Catalog, online, Summer 2010.
Galperina, Marina, Animal, June 2010, online.
Bargmann, Sophie, “Interview with Alyssa Monks,”Glamcult, June/July 2010, online.
John, Jason, “Interview with Alyssa Monks,” TheBroadstreetStudio.com, May 2010, online.
Past Contributor: Alyssa Monks, Poets and Artists, May 2010, online.
Fischl, Eric, Watch What You Wish For, Oil & Water, Exhibition Catalog, Introduction, April 2010.
Stalios, Michael, Water Water Everywhere, Zink Magazine, April 2010.
Submerged, American Art Collector, April 2010.
Three to Watch: Artists Making Their Mark, Fine Art Connoisseur, April 2010.
Carpenter, Courtney, Beyond the West, Southwest Art, April 2010.
WOOF!MAGAZINE, April 2010.
“The Layers of Alyssa Monks,” (interview) HAHA MAG, February 2010, online.
DG Design Network, February 2010, online.
Hernandez, Ricardo, “A Glimpse into Alyssa Monks Paintings,” Yatzer, January 2010.
Empty Magazine, December 2009, online and in print.
Traffic Magazine, November 2009 (feature), online and in print.
Li, David, Her Art Really Imitates Life, The New York Post, online and print, September 2009.
Photo-realistic Paintings by Alyssa Monks, Telegraph, online and in print, September, 2009.
Artist Creates Incredible Paintings that Look Like Photographs, Daily Mail, online and in print, September, 2009.
Stunning Art that Looks Like Photos, UK Metro, online and in print, September, 2009.
Die Geechteten, Fotorealistische Porträts, Sueddeutche.de, online and in print, September, 2009.
Menedez, Didi, Self Portraits, Oranges & Sardines, online and in print, summer, 2009.
Perilli, Benedetta, La rete “scopre” l’imperrealismo: ecco le immagini, La Republica.it, online, August, 2009.
Ayers, Robert, Review, ARTnews, June, 2009.
Menedez, Didi, Alyssa Monks, (interview), Oranges & Sardines, online and in print, summer, 2009.
Hodges, Michael H., Photorealists Make Painting Come to Life, The Detroit News, online, March, 2009.
Painter, Alysia Gray, Los Angeles Art Show: Pucker Up and Kiss It, NBC, LA Around Town, online, January, 2009.
Between Realities, American Art Collector, online and in print, January, 2009, (cover).
Stare Tactics, Hideous Sunday, online, January 2009.
Monks, Alyssa No Place Like Home, Harper’s Magazine, Nov 2008, p 31.
Stacy, Greg, Swimmin’ With Women (and painter Alyssa Monks) at Sarah Bain Gallery, OC Weekly, online, September 2008.
Henn, Kyle, Artist Alyssa Monks Lectures on Painting, East Tennessean, online, December 2008.
Alyssa Monks: Liquid, Riviera Magazine, Sep 2008.
Dangerous Women at DFN, ART CAL, Aug 2008.
Baldwin, Rosecrans, Come Hell by Alyssa Monks, The Morning News, online, January 2008.
American Art Collector, November, 2007.
Parker, Charley, Alyssa Monks, Lines and Colors, online, March, 2007.
American Art Collector, May, 2006.
Lasarow, Bill, Alyssa Monks, Art Scene, online, February 2006.
Alyssa Monks: The Texture of Light and Emotions, The Panache Experience, California, Vol. 17, issue 6.

AL FARROW

BORN: New York, NY, 1943
Lives and works in San Rafael, CA

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2015–19 Reliquary Series: Wrath and Reverence, Forum Gallery, New York, NY; Divine Ammunition, Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA; Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA; 21c, Louisville, KY; Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue, WA; University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, WY;  The McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, TX; Museum of Craft and Design, San Francisco, CA
2012 Al Farrow, Aeroplastics Contemporary, Brussels, Belgium
2011 Reliquaries, Catharine Clark Gallery. San Francisco, CA
2008 In The Name of God: War, Religion and the Reliquaries of Al Farrow, de Young, Fine Arts Museums of
San Francisco, San Francisco, CA (catalogue)
2007 Al Farrow, Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2005 Al Farrow, Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1998 Twentieth Century Reliquaries, Michael Himovitz Gallery, Sacramento, CA
1997 Twentieth Century Reliquaries, La Luz de Jesus Galley, Los Angeles, CA
1996 Twentieth Century Reliquaries, Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1994 Sculptures by Al Farrow, Morphos Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1993 Drawings for the Mimbres Series, Archival Gallery, Sacramento, CA
Mimbres Series, Michael Himovitz Gallery, Sacramento, CA
1990 Heads, Michael Himovitz Gallery, Sacramento, CA
1989 Pima Community College, Tucson, AZ
Merced College of Art Gallery, Merced, CA
1988 Twelve Years of Sculpture, Michael Himovitz Gallery, Sacramento, CA
1987 Bronze Sculpture, Brockman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
New Works in Bronze, Himovitz/Salomon Gallery, Sacramento, CA
Gregory Ghent, San Francisco, CA
Lurie Company Building, Atrium Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1985 Bronze Sculptures, Penryn Gallery, Seattle, WA
1984 New Bronze Sculptures, Gregory Ghent Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Dancers, Young Gallery, San Jose, CA
Small Bronze Figures, Himovitz/Salomon Gallery, Sacramento, CA
1983 Studies in Bronze After Contemporary Choreography, Gregory Ghent Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1982 The Beggars, Gregory Ghent Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Dancers and Beggars, Tri Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA
1980 Dancers, Concourse Gallery, Bank of America Headquarters, San Francisco, CA

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2016 Home Land Security, FOR-SITE Foundation, San Francisco, California
2015 2050: A Brief History of the Future, Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Brussels, Belgium
ARTillery: Comtemporary Art Influenced by Weaponry, Mesa Contemporary Art Museum, Mesa, AZ
2013 Tradition of Mayhem, Santa Rosa Junior College, Santa Rosa, CA
2012 Portraiture Post Facebook, Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Morbid Curiosity: The Richard Harris Collection, Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL
Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2011 Reconstructed World, di Rosa, Napa, CA
Peace on Earth: Art Against War, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Bone Again: Memento Mori, Art Mur, Montreal, Quebec
The Gun & Knife Show, Centraltrak at YT Dallas, Dallas, TX
The Way We Are Now: Selections from the 21c Collection, Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH
2010 Visions of Paradise, Sonoma Valley Museum of Art, Sonoma, CA
A Closer Look, Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA
Neither Swords Nor Plowshares: The (F)Utility of Aesthetics, Cerritos College Art Gallery, Norfolk, CA
The Drawing Room, 14th Street Studio (Catharine Clark Gallery), NY, NY
2009 A Closer Look, Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA
Mostly Sculpture (damn it), Samuel Freeman, Santa Monica, CA
Sordid and Sacred: The Beggar in Rembrandt’s Etchings and Gestures of Compassion: Al Farrow’s Beggars,
Sonoma Valley Museum, Sonoma, CA
Group Exhibition with Aeroplastics Contemporary, Brussels Art Fair, Brussels, Belgium
2008 Freedom of Expression, Sonoma State University Art Gallery,
Rohnert Park, CA
Regime Changes Starts at Home, Martin Irvine Gallery, Washington, D. C.
2007 Ominous Atmosphere, curated by Jeff Dauber, Heather Marx Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Contemporary Reliquaries, NAU Art Museum, Flagstaff, AZ
2005-06 Visual Politics: The Art of Engagement, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA
Exhibition traveled to the Katzen Art Center at American University Museum, Washington, DC
2001 Reconstructing Reality, Oakland Art Gallery, Oakland, CA
Alumni Exhibition, College of Marin, Kentfield, CA
1010, 10th Anniversary Exhibition, Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1999 Spinal Epidural, Please!, Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Political Art and Propaganda, Pajaro Valley Arts Council, Pajaro
Valley Gallery, Watsonville, CA
1998 Individual Artist Grantee Showcase Exhibition, Falkirk Cultural Center,
Marin, CA
1997 Dark’s Art Parlour: The Periodical of Dark Art, North Hollywood, CA
The Gun and Doll Show, Thomas A. Oldham Gallery, Sacramento, CA
A Celebration of Form, Laguna del Sol, Wilton, CA
Dark Vision 2, Dark’s Art Parlour, Los Angeles, CA
1995 Consumption, Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA
USA/VDA, Lookout Sculpture Park, Valle d’Aosta, Italy (catalogue)
Artful Urnz, Michael Himovitz Gallery, Sacramento, CA
North American Sculpture Exhibition, Golden, CO (catalogue)
Through the Door, Contract Design Center, San Francisco, CA
Gun, Michael Himovitz Gallery, Sacramento, CA
1994 Something for Everyone, Morphos Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Michael Himovitz Gallery, The Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA
Ars Longa Vita Brevis: IV Time, Mortality, Melancholy, Weir Gallery, Berkeley, CA
Cigar Box Art for Revolutionary Times, Archival Gallery, Sacramento, CA
Maquette Exhibit, Embarcadero Center, San Francisco, CA
1993 Bowls, Artisans Gallery, Mill Valley, CA
Bout Bicycles, American Bicycle and Cycling Museum, Sacramento, CA
Crow, Gallery Fuzee, San Francisco, CA
Ink and Clay, Holmes Gallery, San Jose, CA
Artist’s Images of AIDS and Images by Artists with AIDS, College of Fine Arts Gallery, Kentfield, CA
Beyond Tradition: Works in Bronze, Pacific Rim Sculpture Group, Contract Design Center, San Francisco,
CA
Spring: Rite & Renewal, Weir Gallery, Berkeley, CA
1992 Death and Taxes, Shidoni Galleries, Tesuque, NM
Day of the Dead, Archival Gallery, Sacramento, CA
500 Years Since Columbus, Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA (catalogue)
Dog and Pony Show, Michael Himovitz Gallery, Sacramento, CA
Discovery: Contemporary CA Narrations, Himovitz/Miller Gallery, Sacramento, CA. Exhibition traveled to
American Embassy, Brussels, Belgium
1991 The Great American String Along, College of Marin Art Gallery, Kentfield, CA
Portraits of the Artist, Artisans Gallery, Mill Valley, CA
1990 CA Eccentrics, Illinois Union Art Gallery, Urbana, IL
Holidays Are For The Birds, College of Marin Art Gallery, Kentfield, CA
Stones and Bones, Weir Gallery, Berkeley, CA
1989 Bronze, 3 person show, College of Marin, Kentfield, CA
Torch and Anvil, San Francisco Art Commission Gallery, San Francisco, CA (catalogue)
First Annual Bi-Coastal Exhibition, with Sculptors Guild of New York, San Francisco, CA
National Sculpture Society 56th Annual Exhibition, New York, NY (catalogue)
Heaven, Earth and Spirit, Collins Gallery at St. Peter’s, San Francisco, CA. Exhibition traveled to
Phoenix, AZ
100 Artists–100 Ways, Artisans Gallery, Mill Valley, CA
1988 Bay Area Bronze, Civic Arts Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA
1987 The Surreal Ecstasy of Women, Colorbox Gallery, San Francisco, CA
The Artist & the Myth, Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art, Monterey, CA
Bay Area Bronze, Civic Arts Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA
Series Six, College of Marin, Kentfield, CA
1986 Social/Political Response, Third Floor Gallery, Oakland, CA
Life Within Life, Collins Gallery at St. Peter’s, San Francisco, CA
Content–Contemporary Issues, Euphrates Gallery, De Anza College, Cupertino, CA (catalogue)
1985 The Figure: An Artistic Vehicle, Creative Growth Gallery, Oakland, CA
A Baker’s Dozen, Himovitz/Salomon Gallery, Sacramento, CA
OK–USA, National Juried Sculpture Exhibition, University Gallery, Cameron University, Lawton, OK
Lenexa National 3 Dimensional Art Show, Legler Barn Museum, Lenexa, KS
Dance Definitions, Transamerica Corporation, traveling exhibition, San Francisco and Los Angeles, CA
100 Vows of the Sun, Surrealist Sculpture and Painting, Southern Exposure Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Contemporary Art/Tribal Sources, Himovitz/Salomon Gallery, Sacramento, CA
1984 Crime and Punishment, Reflections of Violence in Contemporary Art, Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA
(catalogue)
It Figures, Fine Arts Gallery, College of Marin, Kentfield, CA
All CA ’84, Laguna Beach Museum of Art, Laguna Beach, CA
The Naked Nude, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA
1982 It Figures, Transamerica Pyramid, San Francisco, CA
Bay Arts ’82, San Mateo County Arts Council, Belmont, CA
1981 Discovery ’81, Juried Show, Marin Society of Artists, Ross, CA
1978 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Soap Box Derby, SFMOMA, San Francisco, CA
1976 Alumni Art Show, Invitational, College of Marin, Kentfield, CA
1971 The Metal Experience, Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA

AWARDS & HONORS:

1998 Marin Arts Council Individual Artist Grant, Marin County, CA
1993 Best in Show, Bowls, Artisans Gallery, Mill Valley, CA
1986 Cash Prize, Social/Political Response, Third Floor Gallery, Oakland, CA
1981 First Prize, Discovery ‘81, Juried Show, Marin Society of Artists, Ross, CA

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:

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Veltman, Chloe. “Ex-Military Bunkers to Host Major Group Exhibition in San Francisco.” KQED Arts, June 23, 2016.
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Havens, Sara. “21c Hosts Powerful Exhibit by Al Farrow, Who Examines the Intersection Between
Religion, War and Death.” Insider Louisville. February 19, 2016. <http://insiderlouisville.com/lifestyle_culture/21c-hosts-powerful-exhibit-by-al-farrow-who-examines-the-intersection-between-religion-war-and-death/>
Roth, David M. “Al Farrow @ Crocker Art Museum.” SquareCylinder.com. November 8, 2015. <http://www.squarecylinder.com/2015/11/al-farrow-crocker-art-museum/>
Dalkey, Victoria. “Art review: ‘Divine Ammunition’ by Al Farrow at the Crocker.” The Sacramento Bee. October 29, 2015.
<http://www.sacbee.com/entertainment/arts-culture/article41705343.html>
“Artistic arsenal arrives at Crocker.” Village Life, October 4, 2015. <http://www.villagelife.com/entertainment/artistic-arsenal-arrives-at-crocker/>
Trimble, Lynn. “Artillery at Mesa Contemporary Arts Doesn’t Go Far Enough With Its Message.” The Phoenix New Times. July 16, 2015.
Good, Brittany. “Forum Gallery Presents a Must-See Exhibition of Works by Al Farrow.” InCollect. April 7, 2015 (online) <https://www.incollect.com/articles/forum-gallery-presents-a- must-see-exhibition-of-works-by-al-farrow>
Hedges, Chris, Eleanor Heartney and Diana Daniels. Al Farrow: Wrath & Reverence. Sacramento, California: Forum Gallery in conjunction with Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA, 2015.
Cool, Lynn, “Remains of the Day: Contemporary Reliquaries.” Metalsmith, Vol. 34 No. 5, October 2014, pp. 32- 39.
Baker, Luke T. “Recasting Gunmetal: Taking Aim at Violence.” Metalsmith, Vol. 34 No. 2, March 2013, pp. 43-49.
Efimova, Alla and Francesco Spagnolo. The Jewish World: 100 Treasures of Art & Culture, New York, New York: Skira Rizzoli Publications, Inc., 2014.
Flood, Greg. “Post-mortem on artMRKT 2013.” San Francisco Examiner (online), June 24, 2013. http://www.examiner.com/article/post-mortem-on-artmrkt-2013
Ed. “ArtMRKT San Francisco Highlights Part 1 of 3.” SFAQ (online), May 2013. http://www.sfaqonline.com/2013/05/artmrkt-san-francisco-highlights-part-1-of-3
Stevenson, Roy. “Al Farrow’s Modern-Day Reliquaries.” Sculpture, July/August 2011.
Chang, DeWitt. “Al Farrow: Catharine Clark Gallery.” Artillery, July/August 2011.
Paulsen, Sasha. “The world reimagined: Di Rosa opens ‘Reconstructed World’” Napa Valley Register, May 04, 2011.
Fellah, Nadiah. “American Qur’an: Sandow Birk at Catharine Clark.” New American Painting, April 19, 2011.
Mort, Belle. “Les os et la mort chez Art mur.” De Visu, April 3, 2011.
LePage, Jocelyne. “Une belle mort.” Arts Et Spectacles: Art Visuels, April 2, 2011.
Batyreva, Amina. “From the graveyard to the gallery.” The McGill Daily, March 19, 2011.
Santiago, Fabiola. “Art Basel The Must List.” The Miami Herald, Saturday, December 4, 2010
Cross Gans, Jennifer. “Al Farrow: The Peaceable Provocateur.” Metalsmith, Vol. 30, No. 3, May 2010, pp.20 – 21.
Dewilde, Michel and Jerome Jacobs. “That’s All Folks! The Clash between reason and destiny.” Stad Brugge, 2009.
Weil, Rex. “Regime Change Starts at Home.” Artnews, January 2009.
Elberg, Anat. “Ghosts of Madoff in the Pudding.” dArt International, Fall/Winter 2009.
Hyun, Michelle. “In the Name of God: War, Religion, and the Reliquaries of Al Farrow.” ARTslant, February 2, 2009.
Ed. “Pulse.” Art Ltd., January/February 2009.
Weil, Rex. “Regime Change at Home.” ARTnews, January 2009.
Ed. “Al Farrow: Regime Starts At Home.” www.irvinecontemporary.com, October 18, 2008.http://irvinecontemporary.com/video/Farrow.php
Guthrie, Julian. “Even art takes a hit in economic downturn.” San Francisco Chronicle, November 16, 2008.
Turner, Chérie L. “Thoughtful, Mindful, Beautiful.” Gazette, November 2008.
O’Sullivan, Michael. “Irvine’s ‘Regime Change’: Strikingly Blunt.” The Washington Post, November 7, 2008.
Ed. “Regime Change Starts at Home on View at Irvine Contemporary.” www.artdaily.org, November 6, 2008. http://www.artdaily.com/index.asp?int_sec=2&int_new=27048
Correa, Christopher. “Ringing the Changes.” Weekend Pass, October 16 – 19, 2008.
Ed. “Art Meets Politics: Shepard Fairey and Al Farrow in Dialogue.” Night & Day, October 2008.
Burgard, Timothy Anglin. Body of Work. San Francisco, California: de Young Museum, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 2008.
KH. “Regime Change Starts at Home Show – Washington DC.” www.obamaartreport.com, October 8, 2008. http://www.obamaartreport.com/2008/10/regime-change-starts-at-home-show.html
“Regime Change Starts At Home.”www.obeygiant.com, October 6, 2008.

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Libratore, Paul. “Bullets, Bones and Blindness.” Marin Independent Journal, June 26, 2008.
Bradley, Chrissie. “Al Farrow at Catharine Clark Gallery.” Artweek, March 2008.
Feinstein, Lea. “Ominous Atmosphere.” Artnews, January 2008.
Eastman, Dale. “A collector’s guide to the exploding art market.” San Francisco Magazine, January 2008.
Biller-Safran, Francesca. “Al Farrow: Flight of the Daedalus.” Senses, Winter 2007.
Leaverton, Michael. “Bombs Away! The Future Looks Familiar.” SF Weekly, August 24, 2005.
Beeler, Monique, “Artists interpret Sept. 11 at Oakland Art Gallery.” The Oakland Tribune, November 30, 2001.
Chiapella, Julia. “The Art of Propaganda.” Sentinel, September 10, 1999.
Clair, Roxanne. “Exhibit examines political thought and expression through art.” Register-Pajaronian, September 2, 1999.
Reed, Michal. “The Art Academy.” Artweek, March 1999.
Ed. “Al Farrow.” Juxtapose Magazine, January 1999.
Nguyen, Michelle. “Arts Council Awards Grant–San Rafael Sculptor Tops List with $10,000 Prize.” Marin Independent Journal, August 22, 1998.
Ed. “Reporters Notebook” Marin Independent Journal, August 25, 1998.
Dalkey, Victoria. “Postmodern Potpourri.” The Sacramento Bee, February 1, 1998.
Ed. “Art Pick–Four Artists, Four Mediums.” Sacramento News, January 22, 1998.
Scott, Sean. “Guns, not roses, are the subject of Al Farrow’s unusual–even disturbing–aesthetic journey.” Examiner Magazine, November 17, 1996.
Jenkins, Steve. “Al Farrow at Catharine Clark Gallery.” Artweek, November 1996.
Ed. “Artful UrnZ.” Artistwriter, November/December 1995.
Underwood, Tyson. “Arts: Smorgasbord Show.” Pacific Sun, May 17 – 23, 1995.
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Dalkey, Victoria. “A romp through the city’s gallery scene, circa 1908s.” The Sacramento Bee, February 27, 1994.
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Ayres, Jane. “Art Recalls 500 Years Since Columbus.” Peninsula Times Tribune, March 19, 1992.
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Carter, Becky. “Interview: Al Farrow.” Artists Dialogue, May/June 1991.
“Farrow Figurative Works in Bronze.” WESTART, Vol. 28, No. 3, October 27, 1989
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Dalkey, Victoria. “Sculpture: The 8-Sided Wonder of the World.” Sacramento Bee Encore, May 24, 1987.
Roszak, John. “Art Notes.” KQED-TV, February 1986.
“100 Vows of the Sun.” San Francisco, California: Seers Institute, 1985.
Burnstein Hays, Joanne. “Too Many Muses.” Artweek, April 27, 1985.
California Magazine, December 1984.
Ross, Janice. “One Art Studies Another in Four Bay Area Shows.” Oakland Tribune, June 19, 1983.
Roszak, John. “Breaking the Mold.” KQED-TV, aired May 1983.
Ed. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art: California Artists Cookbook, New York, New York. Abbeville Press Publishers: 1982.
Terwoman, Beverly. “Art Review.” Independent Journal, June 13, 1981.
Hillinger, Charles. “Vineyard Art Opening Up a New Field.” Los Angeles Times, October 19, 1980.
Heymann, Ann.”Al Farrow at Concourse Gallery.” Art Voices South, July/August 1980.
Ross, Janice. “Marin County Sculptor Created Life-Like Bronze of Work of Dancers.” Oakland Tribune, April 4, 1980.
“Streifzug Durch Munchner Galerien.” AZ Munchen, March 20, 1980.
“Tanzer in Training un Ruheposen.” Suddeutsce Zeitung, March 20, 1980.
Pileggi, Sara. “Popsicles and Pythons.” Sports Illustrated Magazine, July 23, 1979.
Liberattore, Paul. “Sculpture Is His Profession.” Independent Journal, July 10, 1979.
Ross, Cissy and R.H. “Artist Soap Box Derby, Highly Motivated Creativity.” Road & Track Magazine, November 1978.
Blum, Walter. “The Day Art Took a Ride.” San Francisco Chronicle/Examiner, August 13, 1978.
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SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

All Saints Episcopal Church, Pasadena, CA
de Young Museum, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
di Rosa Preserve: Art & Nature, Napa, CA
Government of the State of Israel
Gregg Museum of Art and Design, Raleigh, NC
Judah L. Magnes Museum, Berkeley, CA
Olbricht Collection, Essen, Germany
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA
21c Museum, Louisville, Kentucky
Wanås Foundation, Knislinge, Sweden

AMELIE CHABANNES

 

 

BORN: 1972 Paris, France

Lives and works in New York City

 

EDUCATION:

 

1996 – 2000 Ecole Nationale Superieure Des Arts Decoratifs de Paris

1992 – 1994 Atelier met de Penninghen, Paris France

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

 

2011 Galerie Hussenot. Paris, France

2010 Vast, Stephan Stoyanov Gallery, New York, NY

2008 My portrait of Your Identity, Luxe Gallery, New York, NY

2006 The Bestiary Of Clothilde, Luxe Gallery, New York, NY

2005 Oil, Cotton and amalgams, Luxe Gallery, New York, NY

2004 Open secrets, Rubin Chapelle, New York, NY

2002 Dossier Amelie Chabannes, pour un art au dessus de la melee!, La hune Gallery, Paris, France

 

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS / ART FAIRS

 

2017 Seeing With Our Own Eyes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

 

2011 Vantage Point, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

 

2010 Nada Art Fair. Special Outdoor Exhibition

Stephan Stoyanov Gallery. Sites of Memory : Architecture and Remembering

The Amory Show 2010, Galerie Hussenot, New York, NY

 

2009 The Red House, Syracuse, NY

Stephan Stoyanov Gallery. Nada Art Fair. Miami FL

Art Brussels 2009. Brussels, Belgium

Phantoms, Stephan Stoyanov Gallery, Bruxelles, Belgium

Talent Preview, White Box, New York, NY

Alive, Luxe Gallery, New York, NY

 

2008 Alive, Galerie of Marseille, Marseille, France

Artissima 2008, Torino, Italy

Art Brussels 2008, Brussels, Belgium

Cige Beijing, Beijing China

NY Singular, Luxe Gallery, New York, NY

 

2007 Miami Photo Miami, FL

All the way, Luxe Gallery, New York, NY

Spaces, Luxe Gallery, New York, NY

Art Athina, Athenes, Greece

Chicago Art Fair. Chicago, IL

Men Many More, La Fiac, Paris, France

Fernando Zubillaga Galleria, Caracas, Venezuela

KrampfPei Gallery, New York, NY

Anima Corpus, Acte 2 gallery, Paris, France

Singular, Galerie SE, Bergen, Norway

Il Syndroma Di pantagruel, Luxe Gallery, Torino Art Fair, Italy .

 

2005 La FIAC, Paris, France. Luxe Gallery

Athens Art Fair. Athens, Greece. Luxe Gallery

It s not about sex, Luxe Gallery, New York, NY

 

2004 Simply drawn, Luxe Gallery, New York, NY

Flower, Acte 2 gallery, Paris, France

 

2000 Museo Frantz Mayer, Mexico City, Mexico

National Art Center of Mexico City, Mexico

Ames, Cite de la Musique, Paris, France

Carrousel du Louvre, Paris, France

 

 

AWARDS:

 

2010 Award Of Excellence / The arts, International Center Of New York

2002 Construction of French Cultural center. Riga, Ladvia. Laureate Project

2000 Grant “vent des forets”, Verdun, France

Laureate Project

 

 

 

COLLECTIONS:

 

Progressive Collection, Cleveland, OH

Private collections USA, Belgium, England, France, Japan, Russia

 

 

PUBLICATIONS:

 

“Art In Space”, Catherine Ferbos & Mickey Boel

“Remastered”, Published by the Gestalte Verlag, berlin

 

 

 

 

RAPHAEL SOYER

(1899-1987)

EDUCATION:

1914-17 Cooper Union, New York, NY

1918-22 National Academy of Design, New York, NY

1920,21, Art Students League, New York, NY

23,26

ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

1929 Daniel Gallery, New York, NY

1932 L’Elan Gallery, New York, NY

1933 Valentine Gallery

1935 L’Elan Gallery, New York, NY

Macbeth Gallery, New York, NY

1938 L’Elan Gallery, New York, NY

1939 Rehn Gallery, New York, NY

1941 Associated American Artists Galleries, New York, NY

1944 Wehye Gallery, New York, NY

1948 Associated American Artists Galleries, New York, NY

1953 Associated American Artists Galleries, New York, NY

1956 Babcock Galleries, New York, NY

1957 Krasner Gallery, New York, NY

1960 ACA Gallery, New York, NY

1961 Alfredo Valente Gallery, New York, NY

1964 Forum Gallery, New York, NY

1966 Forum Gallery, New York, NY

1967 Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

1968 Georgia Museum of Fine Art, University of Georgia, Athens, GA

1972 Forum Gallery, New York, NY

1977 National Collection of Fine Arts, Washington, DC

Forum Gallery, New York, NY

1980 Galerie Albert Loeb, Paris, France

1981 Forum Gallery, New York, NY

1982 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC

Forum Gallery, New York, NY

1983 University Art Museum, University California at Santa Barbara

Pembroke Gallery, Houston, TX

Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY

1984 Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, NY

Boston University Art Gallery, Boston, MA

1985 Forum Gallery, New York, NY

1987 Forum Gallery, New York, NY

1990 Forum Gallery, New York, NY

1995 Twenty Great Paintings, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

2000 American Master, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

2005 Finding America, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

 

TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

 

1979 Bibliotheque National et Universitaire de Strasbourg, Paris

(traveled to American Cultural Center, Tel Aviv, Israel)

1990 Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, New York, NY (with Moses Soyer)

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

1996 Politics, American Style: Issues and Images, Beacon Hill Fine Art, New York, NY

1998 Self-Portraits, Kragsdale Corporation at Lehman College Art Gallery, New York, NY

2000-01 Aaron Copland’s America, The Heckschler Museum of Art Huntington, NY

Raphael Soyer & Jules Pascin: Important Works, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, California

2003 Modern and Contemporary Portraits curated by Townsend Wolfe, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

2005 Recent Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

2005 Important New Works by Forum Gallery Artists, Forum Gallery, New York

2006 An American Abroad: Sandra Fisher and her School of London Friends, New York Studio School, New York, NY

2007 Fall 2006 Group Show, eDavid Gallery, Bethlehem, PA

The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery. New York

2008 New Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

2009 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

2011 That Seventies Show, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

Peace on Earth: Art Against War, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

2012 Perception of Self, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

2014 Wives, Daughters and Lovers, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

2016 American Views, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

2017 Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

2017-18 The American Dream, Kunsthalle Emden, Emden GERMANY; presented jointly with the Drents Museum Assen

In the past, Soyer showed regularly in the large annual and biennial American exhibitions of the Whitney Museum, The Carnegie Institute, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the National Academy of Design and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. His work has been widely exhibited in gallery group exhibitions throughout the United States and abroad.

 

PUBLICATIONS:

Baur, J.I.H., Revolution and Tradition in American Art

Baur, J.I.H. & Lloyd Goodrich, American Art of Our Century

Boswell, P., American Art

Brown, M., American Painting from the Armory Show to the Depression

Cheney, S., Modern American Art

Gettings, R., Raphael Soyer, Sixty-Five Years of Printmaking

Goodrich, Lloyd, Raphael Soyer

Gruskin, A., American Art

Larkin, O., Art and Life in America

Lerner, Abram, Soyer Since 1960

Moscowitz, I., Great Drawings of Our Time, (Vol. IV)

Pagano, G., Contemporary American Painters

Slatkin, C.E. & R. Shoolman, Treasury of American Drawing

Soyer, Raphael, Diary of an Artist

Soyer, Raphael, Memoirs

Watson, F., American Painting Today

Wheeler, M., Painters and Sculptors in Modern America

Zigrosser, C., Artist in America

Zigrosser, C., Six Centuries of Fine Prints

 

SELECTED AWARDS:

1932 Art Institute of Chicago, M.V Kohnstamm Prize

1934 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts,

Carol H. Beck Gold Medal

1939 Carnegie International Exhibition, Second Honorable Mention

1940 Art Institute of Chicago, Harris Bronze Medal

1943 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Temple Prize

Corcoran Gallery of Art, Third W.A. Clark Prize,

Corcoran Bronze Medal

Artists for Victory, “America in the War”, Honorable Mention

1944 Carnegie Institute, Painting in The United States,

Second Honorable Mention

1946 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Lippincott Prize

1951 Corcoran Gallery of Art, First W.A. Clark Prize,

Corcoran Gold Medal

1957 National Academy of Design, Saltus Gold Medal for Merit

American Academy of Arts and Letters,

Award of Merit Medal for Painting

1959 Art USA: 59, First Prize for Painting

FILMS:

Raphael Soyer: New York Artist, Erwin Leiser Film Productions, 1981

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA

Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY

The Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD

Bezalel National Museum, Jerusalem, Israel

The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

Butler Art Institute, Youngstown, OH

California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA

Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, VA

Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH

Columbus Museum, Columbus, OH

Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI

Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA

The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI

Encyclopedia Britannica, Chicago, IL

Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, MA

Fort Worth Art Museum, Fort Worth, TX

Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, GA

Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC

The Jewish Museum, New York, NY

Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE

La Jolla Museum of Art, La Jolla, CA

Marion Koogler McNay Art Institute, San Antonio, TX

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ

Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, NY

Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK

The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

National Academy of Design, New York, NY

National Collection of Fine Arts, Washington, DC

Nebraska Art Association

Newark Museum, Newark, NJ

Norton Gallery of Art, West Palm Beach, FL

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA

The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC

Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, The University of Rochester, Rochester, NY

Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA

San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, CA

Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Italy

Wadsworth Athenaeum, Hartford, CT

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

William Rockhill Nelson Gallery, Kansas City, MO

 

CHAIM GROSS

(1904-1991)

 

BORN: Wolowa, East Austria

EDUCATION:

1919, 1920 Academy of Art, Budapest
1921 Kunstgewerbe Schule, Vienna
1921-1926 Educational Alliance Art School, New York
1922-1925 Beaux-Arts Institute of Design, New York
1926 Arts Students League, New York

ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

1932 Exhibition of Sculpture by Chaim Gross, Gallery 144, New York
1935 Sculpture, Boyer Galleries, Philadelphia, PA
1935 Store Studio Galleries, Boston, MA
1937 Chaim Gross, Boyer Galleries, Boyer Galleries NYC, New York
1939 Sculpture Chaim Gross, Cooperative Gallery, Newark, New Jersey
1942 Associated American Artists Galleries, New York
1943 Associated American Artists Galleries, New York
1945 Chaim Gross, Muriel Latov Interiors, Springfield, MA
1946 Associated American Artists Galleries, New York
1946 Massillon Museum, Massillon, OH
1947 Associated American Artists Galleries, New York
1948 Associated American Artists Galleries, New York
1949 Associated American Artists Galleries, New York
1950 Massillon Museum, Massillon, OH
1952 Chaim Gross Sculpture & Drawings, State Teachers College, New Paltz, NY
Chaim Gross Watercolors & Sculpture, Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA
Associated American Artists Galleries, New York
1953 Chaim Gross Exhibition, The Jewish Museum, New York, NY
Sculptures & Drawings, Muriel Latow Gallery, Springfield, MA
1955 Sculptures, Watercolors & Drawings, The Shore Studio Galleries,
Boston, MA
1957 Chaim Gross Exhibition, Duveen-Graham Gallery, New York
1961 Chaim Gross, Marble Arch Gallery, Miami, FL
1962 Chaim Gross, Werba Gallery, Anna Werbe Galleries, Detroit, MI
Chaim Gross Sculptures & Drawings, Forum Gallery, New York
Sculptural Creations by Chaim Gross, North Wales, Warrenton, VA
1963 Chaim Gross, Klutznick Exhibit Hall, Washington, D.C.
Chaim Gross, Irving Galleries – Astor Hotel, Milwaukee, WI
Chaim Gross, New Haven Jewish Community Center Gallery, New Haven, CT
1964 Temple Emanu-El, Yonkers, New York
1964 Watercolors and Drawings Exhibit, Forum Gallery, New York
1965 Sculpture and Watercolors, Medici II Gallery, Miami Beach, FL
Benefit of Deborah Hospital, Deborah Building, Philadelphia, PA
Andrew Dickson White Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
Birmingham Museum of Art
Forum Gallery, New York
1966 Sculpture Water Colors Drawings, Clark University, Worcester, MA
1967 Chaim Gross, Forum Gallery, New York
Carl Oestreicher Community Center, Temple Shaaray Tefila, New York
Wisconsin State University, Eau Claire
1969 Associated American Artists Galleries, New York
Community Gallery of Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Exhibition of Sculpture, Water Colors & Drawings,
Temple Sinai, Pittsburgh, PA
1971 Chaim Gross Sculpture and Watercolors, Medici II Gallery,
Miami Beach, FL
1971 Lithographs, List Building, The New School, NY
1972 Chaim Gross Sculpture and Watercolors, Forum Gallery, New York
1974 Chaim Gross Sculpture Retrospective Exhibition, Forum Gallery,
New York
Chaim Gross: Sculpture and Drawings, National Collection of Fine
Arts, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
Prince Arthur Gallery
1975 Exhibition and Sale of Original Lithographs and Sculptures by Chaim Gross, Forum Gallery, New York
Galerie Heritage, Toronto, Canada
Sculptures Drawings Tapestries, Forum Gallery, New York
1977 Forum Gallery, New York
Small Sculpture and Drawings, Prince Arthur Galleries, Toronto
Sculptures and Drawings, Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ
Selected Small Sculpture by Chaim Gross, Lowe Museum,
New York, NY
Chaim Gross: A Retrospective, Lowe Art Museum, Coral Gables, FL
Chaim Gross Retrospective Exhibition, Jewish Museum, New York, NY
1980 Chaim Gross: Watercolors and Drawings, Forum Gallery, New York
1981 Chaim Gross Exhibition, Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, FL
Fantasy Drawings and Sculpture, Foster Gallery, Eau Claire, WI
Philadelphia Museum of Judaica
1982 Early and Recent Direct Carvings in Wood and Stone, Forum Gallery, New York
Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, Kansas
Sculpture Drawings Watercolors Prints, Maurice M. Pine Free Public Library, Fairlawn, New Jersey
Fantasy Drawings, Dartmouth College
1984 Forum Gallery, New York
Sculptures in Wood, Broadway Gallery, Roslyn Harbor, NY
Chaim Gross – Sculpture in Wood, Nassau County Museum of
Fine Art, Long Island, NY
Watercolors Drawings & Sculpture, Provincetown Art Association
and Museum, Provincetown, MA
Lithographs, The New School, New York
1985 Blue Hill Cultural Center, New York
28 Sculptures, Gallery of the Palace Theatre of the Arts,
Pearl River, NY
Schulman Sculpture in the Park, Schulman Realty Group,
White Plains, New York
1987 Chaim Gross – Wood Carvings, Forum Gallery, New York
Chaim Gross, David Barnett Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
1988 Chaim Gross and His Universal Themes, Joseph Gallery,
New York, NY
1990 Chaim Gross: Fantasy Drawings, Galerie 1900/2000, Paris, France
Watercolor Exhibit, United Jewish Appeal Headquarters, New York
1991 Four Sculptures, Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ
1994 Memorial Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Chaim Gross: Fantasy Watercolors, Nassau County Museum of Art
1995 Chaim Gross: Fantasy Drawings, Salander-O’Reilly Galleries, NY
1996 Music and Dance, Soho Building, New York, NY
Chaim Gross: A Celebration, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC
1998 Chaim Gross: Song of Songs, Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester
2001 Chaim Gross: The Jewish Holidays, Forum Gallery, New York
2006 Chaim Gross: Reinventing Form, Forum Gallery, New York
Chaim Gross, One Hundred Drawings, Arkansas Arts Center,
Little Rock, AR
2011 Fantasy: Chaim Gross Drawings 1944-50, The Renee and Chaim Gross Foundation, New York
2012 Fantasy: Chaim Gross Drawings 1944-50, Kurt Seligmann Center for the Arts, Chester, New York
2013 Visions of Israel: The Art and Illustrations of Chaim Gross, Museum of Jewish Civilization, University of Hartford, CT
Chaim Gross: 50 Drawings, The Galleries at Krasdale Corporation, White Plains, NY
2014-15 All Together: The Sculpture of Chaim Gross, Cummer Museum and Sculpture Garden, Jacksonville, FL
2016 Chaim Gross: On With The Show, Forum Gallery, New York
Chaim Gross: Circus and Vaudeville, The Renee and Chaim Gross Foundation, New York

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

1924 10th Annual Educational Alliance Exhibit, New York
1926 Jewish Art Center, New York
1927 Jewish Art Center, New York
1927 Salons of America, Anderson Galleries, New York
1928 Educational Alliance, New York
1928 1st Annual Sculpture Exhibit, Whitney Studio Club, New York
1928 1st Annual Black and White Exhibit, Whitney Studio Club, New York
1928 13th Annual Painting Exhibit, Whitney Studio Club, New York
1929 Society of Independent Artists Exhibit, Waldorf Astoria, New York
1929 Salons of America, Anderson Galleries, New York
1931 Gallery 144, New York
1932 Society of Independent Artists Exhibit, Grand Central Palace, New York
1932 Spring Salon, American Art Association, Anderson Galleries, New York
1933 College Art Association travelling exhibit, “The Art of Motion and Repose,” Rockefeller Center
1933 Spring Salon, American Art Association, Anderson Galleries, New York
1934 Gallery 144, New York
1934 129th Annual Fine Arts Exhibit, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia
1934 1st Municipal Arts Exhibit, RCA Building, Rockefeller Center, New York
1934 Hamilton Easter Field Art Foundation Exhibit, Downtown Gallery, New York
1935 Spring Salon, American Art Association, Anderson Galleries, New York
1935 Exhibit with Herman Maril, Playhouse-in-the-Hills, Cummington, MA
1935 Exhibit with Ahron Ben-Shmuel, Guild Art Gallery, New York
1936 2nd Annual Sculpture Exhibit, Whitney Museum, New York
1936 Ehrich-Newhouse Galleries, New York
1936 Spring Salon, American Art Association, Anderson Galleries, New York
1936 Summer Exhibit, Whitney Museum, New York
1936 Cooperative Gallery, Newark, NJ
1936 Treasury Department Exhibit, Whitney Museum, New York
1936 Boyer Galleries, New York
1937 Exhibition for Democracy, American Artists Congress, International Building, Rockefeller Center
1937 An American Group, Montross Gallery
1938 Municipal Art Exhibition, New York
1938 Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg, PA
1938 American Artists Congress, John Wanamaker, New York
1938 Boyer Galleries, New York
1938 Clay Club Exhibit
1938 (circa) American Federation of Arts, Selection by Olin Dows
1938 Sculptor’s Guild, New York
1939 Sculptor’s Guild, Grand Central Station, New York
1939 United American Sculptors Exhibit, The New School, New York City
1939 American Artists Congress, New York
1939 Whyte Gallery, Washington DC
1939 Provincetown Art Association, Provincetown, MA
1939 Exhibit of Terra Cotta Editions, Raymond and Raymond, New York
1939 An American Group Exhibit
1940 Arden Gallery, New York
1940 4th American Artists Congress, New York
1940 Fairmont Park Art Association 2nd International Exhibition, Philadelphia Museum of Art
1940 Sculptors Guild, American Art Today Pavilion, World’s Fair
1940 Art School Alumni of the Educational Alliance, New York
1940 100 Paintings and Sculpture, Benefit for American Rescue Ship Mission, Bonestell Gallery
1940-41 Sculptors Guild Traveling Exhibit
1941 American Federation of Arts, Traveling Exhibition Selected by Duncan Ferguson
1941 Exhibition of American Small Sculpture, Georg Jenson, New York
1941 Sculptors Guild, Washington Square Park, New York
1941 11th Anniversary Exhibition, An American Group, Associated American Artists Galleries, New York
1941 52nd Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture, Art Institute of Chicago
1942 21st Annual Exhibition of Watercolors, Art Institute of Chicago
1942 Sculptors Guild, Rockefeller Center
1942 53rd Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and Sculpture, Art Institute of Chicago
1942 Artists for Victory Exhibit, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
1943 138th Annual Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture, Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts
1943 International Watercolor Exhibition, 12th Biennial, Brooklyn Museum
1943 22nd International Exhibition of Watercolors, Art Institute of Chicago
1943 Edward Bruce Memorial Collection, Corcoran Gallery, Washington DC
1943 50th Anniversary Exhibition, Educational Alliance, New York
1944 Sculptors Guild “Live with Sculpture” Exhibit, New York
1944 13th Annual An American Group Exhibit, New York
1945 Annual Exhibition of American Sculpture, Watercolors and Drawings, Whitney Museum, New York
1945 Armory Show, New York City
1945 Sculptors Guild, “Architecture Needs Sculpture,” Architectural League, New York
1946 American Art Exhibit, Bothner’s Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa
1946 Origins of Modern Sculpture, Detroit Institute of Arts
1947 American Drawing Annual VII, Albany Institute of History and Art
1947 Whitney Museum Annual, New York
1948 Whitney Museum Annual, New York
1948 Worcester Museum of Art, “Sculpture at the Crossroads,” Worcester, MA
1948 Sculptors Guild, Washington Square Park, New York
1948 Contemporary Sculpture, Clay Club, New York
1949 3rd Sculpture International, Philadelphia Museum of Art
1950 Whitney Museum Annual, New York
1951 Biennial, Sao Paulo Museum of Modern Art
1951 Sculpture Survey Exhibit, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
1951-52 Museum of Modern Art Traveling Exhibition
1952 Sculptors Guild, American Museum of Natural History, New York
1952 Whitney Museum Annual, New York
1953 Sculptors Guild, New York
1954 Abbo Ostrowsky Collection Exhibition, Jewish Museum, New York
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia
Riverside Museum, New York
Boston Arts Festival
Art Alliance, Philadelphia
Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, New York
Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
1955 13th Annual Exhibition of Audubon Artists, Inc., New York
1955 Sculptors Guild, New York
1955 Sculpture Center, “Sculpture in Wood,” New York
1956 Sculptors Guild, Architectural League, New York
1956 National Institute of Arts and Letters, New York
1957 15th Annual Exhibition of Audubon Artists, Inc., New York
1957 Golden Years of American Drawings 1905-56, Brooklyn Museum
1957 Greenwich Gallery, New York
1958 Art: USA: 58, Madison Square Garden, New York
1958 Annual, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
1958 The Museum and Its Friends, Whitney Museum, New York
1959 The American Line: 100 Years of American Drawing, Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, MA
American National Exhibition, Moscow
Four American Expressionists, Whitney Museum of American Art
Art: USA: 59, New York Coliseum
Joseph H. Hirshhorn Collection, Detroit Institute of Arts
All About the Circus, Santa Barbara Museum
Inaugural Exhibition, Colby College, Maine
1960 Business Buys American Art, Whitney Museum of American Art
1960 Sculptors Guild, Lever House, New York
1960 Whitney Annual Exhibit, New York
1961 Sculptors Guild, Lever House, New York
1961-64 Drawings by Sculptors Traveling Exhibit, National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
1962 American Drawing Annual XIX, Norfolk Museum of Arts and Sciences, Norfolk, VA
1962 Survey of American Sculpture, Newark Museum, NJ
1962 Ten American Sculptors, Tirca Karlis Gallery, Provincetown, MA
1962 International Selection, 1962-63, Dayton Art Institute, OH
1962 Sculptors Guild, New York
1962 Whitney Annual Exhibit, New York
1963 Educational Alliance School
St. Paul Arts Center, St. Paul, Minnesota
1963 First Annual Exhibit, Art Dealers Association of America, New York
1963 25th Annual Exhibit, Sculptors Guild, New York
1963 Drawing USA/63, Saint Paul Art Center, MN
1964 Hattfield Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA
1964 Sculptors Guild, NY
1965 The Twenties Revisited, The Gallery of Modern Art, NY
44 Drawings: Recent Acquisitions, Museum of Modern Art, NY
Sculpture from the Albert A. List Family Collection, The New School, NY
1966 Sculptors Guild, Lever House, NY
1967 The Lower East Side: Portal to American Life, The Jewish Museum, NY
1967 Wisconsin State University, Eau Claire (with Cameron Booth)
1967 Sculptors Guild, New York
1968 National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution
1968 30th Annual Exhibit, Sculptors Guild, New York
1969 Sculptors Guild, New York
1970 28th Annual Exhibition of Audubon Artists, Inc., New York
1970 Sculpture Exhibit, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
1972 Humor, Satire, and Irony, New School For Social Research, New York
1972 Sculptors Guild, New York
1974 Leonard Hutton Galleries
1975 Sculptors Guild, New York
1977 Sculptors Guild, New York
Third Annual A Night at the Arts, Jewish Museum, New York, NY
1978 Fordham University, Lincoln Center, New York
Forum Gallery, New York (with Gaston Lachaise and Hugo Robus)
Monuments and Monoliths, Nassau County Museum of Art
1979 154th Annual Exhibition of the National Academy of Design, New York
1980 The Figurative Tradition, Whitney Museum of Art, NY
1981 Sculptors Guild, New York
1982 Museum of the Borough of Brooklyn, Brooklyn College, New York
Flat and Figurative/ 20th Century Wall Sculpture, Zabriskie Gallery, New York
Sculptors Guild, New York
1983 Norton Gallery of Art, West Palm Beach, FL
Sculptors Guild, New York
Eighteen Artists at One West Fourth Street, Hebrew Union College, NY
158th Annual Exhibition of the National Academy of Design, New York
1984 159th Annual Exhibition of the National Academy of Design, New York
Sculptors Drawings 1910-1980, Whitney Museum, NY
Fun and Fantasy: Brooklyn’s Amusement Parks and Leisure Areas, Brooklyn College
Sculptors Guild Installation, Schulman Sculpture Park, White Plains, NY
WPA Artists Exhibit, City Gallery, New York
Palace Theatre Art Gallery, Stamford, Connecticut
1985 Wichita Art Museum, Kansas
160th Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York
909 Third Avenue and The Mendik Company, New York
1986 Between the Wars: The Bronx Express, Bronx Museum of Art
A.C.A. Gallery, New York
161st Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York
Tides of Immigration: Romantic Visions and Urban Realities, Brooklyn College
1987 Louis Newman Galleries, Beverly Hills, CA
National Sculpture Society Exhibit, Philadelphia
Sculptors Guild, New York
1989 American Works on Paper III, Spanierman Gallery, NY
Coney Island of the Mind, Whitney Museum, Federal Reserve Plaza, NY
1990 The Coming of Age of American Sculpture: The First Decades of the Sculptors Guild, 1930s-50s, Hofstra University, Long Island, NY
Drawing Highlights, Parrish Art Museum, Long Island
1991 Narrative Imagery: Artists’ Portfolios, Magnes Museum, Berkeley, CA
Under the Big Top: The Circus in Art, Heckscher Museum, Huntington, NY
Educational Alliance Exhibit, New York
Jewish Artists in New York, 1900-45, The Jewish Museum, New York
The 1920s: Age of the Metropolis, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
Recollections: Jim Forsberg, Chaim Gross, Robert Motherwell, Provincetown Art Association and Museum
Intimations of Immortality: The Sculptures of Chaim Gross and Mimi Gross, B’nai B’rith Klutznick Museum, Washington DC
1992 New York Armory Art Show, New York
Figurative Paintings and Drawings Exhibit, Forum Gallery, New York
Krasdale Corporate Headquarters, Hunt’s Point, New York
1993 Berman Daferner Gallery, New York
1994 Sculptors Guild, New York
1995 The Figure in American Sculpture, Los Angeles County Museum of Art; travels to National Academy of Design, New york
Group Exhibition (with Bruno Lucchesi, William McElcheran and Elliot Offner), organized by Forum Gallery at Lincoln Center outdoor sculpture plaza
1997 The Human Figure in Transition, 1900-45, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
1998 The Figurative Impulse, Miami Dade Community College, Kendall Campus Art Gallery, Miami FL
2006-7 Minding Traditions? Twentieth Century Artists and the Judeo-Christian Legacy, Museum of Biblical Art, New York, NY
2009 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
A Common Canvas: Pennsylvania’s New Deal Post Office Murals, State Museum of Pennsylvania
The Body, In Pieces, The Renee and Chaim Gross Foundation, New York
Off the Wall: The Human Form in Sculpture, Norton Museum, West Palm Beach, Florida
2011 Displayed: Stages for Sculpture, The Renee and Chaim Gross Foundation,
New York
The Tides of Provincetown: Pivotal Years in America’s Oldest Continuous Art Colony, New Britain Museum of American Art, CT
Human Connections: Figural Art from the Bruce Museum Collection, Bruce Museum, Greenwich CT
That Seventies Show, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Vantage Point 2011, New York, NY
Peace on Earth: Art Against War, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
The Figure in Modern Sculpture, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2012 A Poet’s Circle, Poet’s House, New York
Perception of Self, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2013 Tree Trunk to Head: Chaim Gross and Direct Carving in America, The Renee & Chaim Gross Foundation, New York
Looking Back, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2014 Wives, Daughters and Lovers, Forum Gallery, New York
Circa 1945: Abstract Art in the Renee & Chaim Gross Foundation, The Renee and Chaim Gross Foundation, New York
Foundations: A Journey Through Sculpture, Loveland Museum, CO
Chaim Gross and His Contemporaries, The Galleries at Krasdale Corporation, White Plains, NY
Experience America, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington DC (ongoing)
2015 The Word of Modern Art: Artists as Writers, The Renee and Chaim Gross Foundation, New York
Direct Carving, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC (ongoing)
The New Galleries: A Collection Come to Light, The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
2017 Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

APPOINTMENTS:

Visiting Artist, Skowhegan School, 1951
Artist in Residency, Skowhegan School, 1952
Elected Academician, National Academy of Design, New York, 1981
Elected Member, American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1984

AWARDS:

1933 Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Fellowship
1937 Second Prize, Exposition Universelle, Paris
1942 Second Prize for Sculpture, Artists for Victory Exhibit, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
1943 Named to Educational Alliance Hall of Fame
1949 Finalist, In Memoriam to Six Million Jews in Europe Sculpture Competition, The Jewish Museum, New York
1955 Anonymous Prize for Sculpture, 13th Annual Exhibition of Audubon Artists, Inc.
1956 Arts and Letters Award, National Institute of Arts and Letters
1963 First Prize, Boston Arts Festival
1965 Henry C. Avery Award
1970 President’s Award for Sculpture
Honorary Degree, Doctor of Fine Arts, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
1976 Certificate of Appreciation from Mayor Beame
1978 Board of Overseers Award, Gratz College, Philadelphia
Degree of Doctor of Humane Letters from Yeshiva University
1979 Elizabeth N. Watrous Gold Medal in the 15th Annual Exhibition of the National Academy of Design
American-Israel Arts, Science and Industry Award
1981 Degree of Humane Letters, Adelphi University, New York
1983 Ateret Tiferet Award, The Jewish Theological Seminary of America
1984 Elizabeth N. Watrous Gold Medal, National Academy of Design
Degree of Doctor of Humane Letters from Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Letters
Fellow, Jewish Academy of Arts and Sciences
1986 Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts, Brooklyn College

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

American Jewish Committee, New York
Archives of American Art, Detroit
Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach
Fine Arts Museum of Boston, Massachusetts
Brandeis University, Rose Art Museum
Brooklyn Museum
Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH
Art Institute of Chicago
Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA
City College, New York
Colby College Museum of Art
College of Holy Cross, Worchester, MA
Fordham University, New York
Franklin General Hospital, Valley Stream, New York
Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center, Jerusalem
Haifa University
Harvard Art Museums
Hebrew University, Jerusalem
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC
International Synagogue at Kennedy Airport, New York
Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Jewish Museum, New York
Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois, Champaign
Long Island Jewish-Hillside Medical Center, New York
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Montclair Art Museum, New Jersey
Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA
Museum of American Jewish History, Philadelphia
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Nassau County Museum of Art
The New School for Social Research, New York
Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach
Pace University, New York
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia
Performing Arts Center of university of Rhode Island
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Portland Museum of Art, Maine
Provincetown Art Association and Museum
Rose F. Kennedy Center for Research in Mental Retardation and Human Development
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington DC
Syracuse University
Tel Aviv Art Museum
Temple Emanu-El, Englewood, New Jersey
The University Collections Wichita State University
University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire
Vocational Training and Rehabilitation Center in Netanya, Israel
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Wichita Art Museum, Kansas
Woodmere Academy, New York
Yeshiva University, New York

 

ELI BORNSTEIN

Biography

1922 Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, December 28

1941-45 Studied at Milwaukee State Teachers’ College in Milwaukee. Graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Art.

1942 Attended the Chicago Art Institute School and the University of Chicago.

1951 Spent the summer in France. Enrolled at the Académie Montmartre in Paris to study with Fernand Léger.

1952 Spent the summer in France. Enrolled at the Académie Julian in Paris.
Traveled to Belgium.

1954 Received Master of Science degree in Art from the University
of Wisconsin, Madison.
Selected Exhibitions

2008 New Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2011 That Seventies Show, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2012 Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Solo Exhibitions

1954 Eli Bornstein: Sculpture, Paintings, Drawings and Prints. Convocation Hall, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

1956 Eli Bornstein: Graphics. Hart House, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario

1957 Eli Bornstein: Paintings, Sculpture, Graphics, Drawings. Saskatoon Art Centre, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan; Murray Memorial Library, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

1965 Eli Bornstein: Structurist Reliefs. Kazimir Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

Eli Bornstein: Retrospective Exhibition 1943- 1964. Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

1967 Structurist Reliefs by Eli Bornstein. Kazimir Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

1975 Eli Bornstein: Structurist Reliefs 1966-1975. Saskatoon Public Library Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

1976 Eli Bornstein: Reliefs Structuristes 1966- 1975. Centre Culturel Canadien,
Paris, France

1981 Eli Bornstein: Early Works 1940 to 1956. Gordon Snelgrove Art Gallery, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

1982-84 Eli Bornstein: Selected Works/Oeuvres Choisies 1957- 1982. Mendel Art Gallery Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Art Gallery of York University, Toronto, Ontario; Confederation Centre Art Gallery and Museum, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; Owens Art Gallery of Mount Allison University, Sackville, New Brunswick; Fine Art Gallery of University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

1986 Eli Bornstein: Structurist Reliefs. Momentum Fine Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota

1987 Eli Bornstein: Arctic Studies. Watercolours 1986 – 1987. The Gallery/ Art Placement, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

1990 Eli Bornstein: Newfoundland Studies (1988) and Riverbank Studies (1989). Watercolours. The Gallery/ Art Placement, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2007 Eli Bornstein, Forum Gallery, New York, NY, October 10 – November 24

2013 An Art at the Mercy of Light: Recent Works by Eli Bornstein, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada (CATALOGUE)
Group Exhibitions

1952-45 Annual Exhibition of Wisconsin Art. Milwaukee Art Institute, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (also in 1956)

1946 Annual Sculpture Show. Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
(also in 1957, 1951)

1947 Annual Wisconsin Salon of Art. University of Wisconsin Union Gallery, Madison, Wisconsin (also in 1952, 1953)

Biennial Exhibition of Paintings and Prints. Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota (also in 1949, 1954)

1948 Annual Exhibition by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity. Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois (also in 1950, 1953)

1952 Annual International Exhibition: Watercolors, Prints Drawings. Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (also in 1953)

Annual Saskatchewan Art Exhibition. Regina College Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan (also in 1954, 1955, 1956)

1953 Annual Exhibition of Canadian Painting. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario (also in 1965, 1968)

1955 Annual Spring Exhibition. Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, Quebec (also in 1956)

The Mendel Collection. Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan

Annual Exhibition. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario

The Winnipeg Show. Winnipeg Art Gallery. Winnipeg, Manitoba
(also in 1956, 1960)

1956 Biennial of Paintings, Prints and Sculpture from the Upper Midwest.
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota

National Serigraph Society: 17th Annual International Exhibition. Meltzer Gallery, New York, New York

28th International Exhibition. Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington

Annual Exhibition and Sale of Contemporary Canadian Art. Art Gallery of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario

1964 The Mendel Collection. Mendel Art Gallery and Civic Conservatory,
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

1965 White on White. De Cordova and Dana Museum and Park, Lincoln, Massachusetts

1967 Three Hundred Years of Canadian Art. National Gallery of Canada,
Ottawa, Ontario

Statements: 18 Canadian Artists. Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

1968 Relief / Construction / Relief. Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois; Herron Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana; Cranbrook Academy of Art Galleries, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan; High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia

Survey 68. Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, Quebec

1970 Il Bienal de Arte Coltejer-Medellin. Museo de la Universidad de Antioquia, Medellin, Colombia

1971 Saskatchewan: Art and Artists. Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan

1973 Structure in Art. University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon,
Saskatchewan

1976 Western Untitled. Glenbow-Alberta Institute, Calgary, Alberta

Saskatchewan Art at the Olympics. Place Bonaventure, Montreal, Quebec; Mendel Art Gallery, Regina Public Libra, Regina, Saskatchewan

1978 The Saskatchewan Arts Board Collection. Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan

1979-80 The Evolution of the Constructed Relief 1913- 1979. University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta; Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; University of Manitoba Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba

1981 The Constructivist Heritage. Art Gallery at Harbourfront, Toronto, Ontario

1982 Saskatoon Early Images. Frances Morrison Library Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

1984-84 Winnipeg West: Painting and Sculpture in Western Canada 1945- 1970. The Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta; Surrey Art Gallery, Surrey, British Columbia; Rodman Hall Arts Centre, St. Catharine’s, Ontario; Sarnia Public Library and Art Gallery, Sarnia, Ontario; Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario; Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario; Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta

1983-85 Five from Saskatchewan. Canada House, London, England; Canadian Cultural Centre, Brussels, Belgium; Canadian Cultural Centre, Paris, France; Alexander Konig Museum, Bonn Germany

1983 Tribute to Eli Bornstein: European and American Relief Makers. Milwaukee Art Museum , Milwaukee, Wisconsin

1984 Celebration 100: A Century of Alumni Art. University Art Museum, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

1985 Art and Geometry. Momentum Fine Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota

1988 International Art Fair. Basel, Switzerland; F.I.A.C. Paris, France. Arranged by Galerie Denise René

Tradition and Innovation: Saskatoon Art and the 1950’s. Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

The Adaskin Art Collection. Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia

1989 Saskatoon Imagined: Art and Architecture in the Wonder City. Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

1990 Faculty Art Show. Gordon Snelgrove Art Gallery, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

1992-94 The Crisis of Abstraction in Canada: The 1950’s. Musée de Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec; National Gallery of Canada, Musée des beaux-arts du Canada, Ottawa, Ontario; Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan; Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta; Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario

Achieving the Modern: Canadian Abstract Painting and Design in the 1950s. Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba; Confederation Centre Art Gallery and Museum, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; The Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta; Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario

1994 Wisconsin Artists. A Celebration of Jewish Presence. Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Awards

1947 Awarded purchase prize for marble Head (1947) exhibited in The Fourth Annual Sculpture Show organized by the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

1955 Awarded J.G. Fraser Prize by the Winnipeg Art Gallery in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

1956 Received the Award of Merit from the Saskatchewan Arts Board in Regina, Saskatchewan.

1968 Received the Copp-Wolfson Award from the Winnipeg Art Gallery.

1970 Received honorable mention for three structurist reliefs exhibited in Il Bienal de Arte Coltejer-Medellin at Medellin, Colombia.

1977 Received Governor General’s Queen Elizabeth Medal.

1980 Received Gold Medal of the Accademia Italia delle Arti e de Lavoro, Salsomaggiore, Italy.

1990 Retired as Professor Emeritus from the Department of Art, University of Saskatchewan. On that occasion he was awarded the Doctor of Letters degree from the University.
Commissions

1956 Aluminum Construction (“Tree of Knowledge”) for the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation Building, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

1958-60 Structurist Relief No. 18-II for the lobby of the new Arts and Science Building, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. (recently relocated near the entrance of the Murray Memorial Library).

1962 Structurist Relief in Fifteen Parts for the south wall of the International Air Terminal, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

1980-83 Four Part Vertical Double Plane Structurist Relief for Wascana Place,
Administration Building of the Wascana Centre Authority, Regina Saskatchewan.

Collections

Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa ON
Canadiana Foundation, Ottawa ON
Department of Transport, Ottawa ON
Florsheim Collection, Chicago IL
Fort Lauderdale Art Museum, Fort Lauderdale FL
Klein, Los Angeles CA
Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon SK
Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee WS
National Gallery of Canada, Musée des beaux-arts du Canada, Ottawa ON
Ottawa Silica Co. Foundation, Ottawa IL
Saskatchewan Arts Board, Regina SK
Sasktel, Regina SK
St. Paul Companies, St. Paul MN
University of Calgary, Calgary AB
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon SK
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis MN
And numerous private collections in Canada and the United States

HUGO ROBUS

(1885-1964)

 

BORN:

1885 Cleveland, Ohio

EDUCATION:

1904-8 Cleveland School of Art, Cleveland, Ohio

1910-11 National Academy of Design, New York, NY

1912-14 Academie de la Grande Chaumiere, Paris

SELECTED ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

2007 Forum Gallery, New York, NY

1990 Forum Gallery, New York, NY

1985 Blue Hill Cultural Center, Pearl River, NY

1983 Forum Gallery, New York, NY

1980 Retrospective Exhibition organized by the National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; shown at: National Collection of Fine Arts; Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, PA; Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH

1979 Forum Gallery, New York, NY

1974 Forum Gallery, New York, NY

1966 Forum Gallery, New York, NY

1963 Forum Gallery, New York, NY

1960 Retrospective Exhibition circulated by the American Federation of Art, New York, NY

1958 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

1949 Grand Central Galleries, New York, NY

1948 Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute Art Gallery and School of Art

1946 Grand Central Galleries, New York, NY

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2017 Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2011 Vantage Point 2011, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Rodin and America: Influence and Adaptation 1876-1936, Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University, Stanford, CA

2008 New Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

1998 The Figurative Impulse, Miami Dade Community College, Kendall Campus Art Gallery, Miami, FL

1973, 1978 Forum Gallery, New York, NY

1966 Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH

1965 National Collection of Fine Arts, Washington, DC

1963 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

1962 Newark Museum, Newark, NJ

1960-61 Saint Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis, MO

1957 American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY

1954 Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN

1949 Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT

1946 Sculpture Center, New York

1951, 1953

1945-46 Grand Central Art Galleries, New York, NY

1945 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA

1947-54, 1958, 1960, 1962, 1964

1942 The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

1943, 1944, 1947, 1951

1941 Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA

1939 The Museum of Modern Art, Washington, DC

1936 The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

1939, 1941, 1942, 1963

1935 The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

1938, 1944, 1956

1933 Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY (First Biennial)

1936, 1938-64, 1966, 1968, 1975, 1976, 1979

1915-17 Exhibitions with the “Annual Exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists”, New York, NY

 

AWARDS AND HONORS:

1963 Member of American Arts Committee, Fourth International Association of Plastic Arts

1957 Citation and Grant, National Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, NY

1953 Alfred G.B. Steel Memorial Prize, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

1952 Member of the Jury, Sculpture Show, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

1950 Widener Gold Medal, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

1946 Member of the Jury, Schilling Fund

1942 Second Prize Artists for Victory Exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

1939 Member of the Jury, American Art Today, The World’s Fair

 

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR

Bezalel National Museum, Jerusalem, Israel

(Billy Rose Collection)

Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY

Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio

Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

International Business Machines Corporation

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, NY

The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

The New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA

Sara Roby Foundation Collection, Washington, DC

Walker Art Institute, Minneapolis, MN

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS

 

 

JAMES ROBERT VALERIO

 

BORN: Chicago, IL, 1938

 

EDUCATION:

 

1966-68 M.F.A., School of The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

1962-66 B.F.A., School of The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

 

ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

 

2008 James Valerio: Recent Paintings & Drawings, The University of St Francis/ School of Creative Arts., Fort Wayne, IN

2007 James Valerio, New Paintings and Drawings, George Adams Gallery,

New York, NY (Sept 20-Oct 27)

2005 James Valerio, New Paintings and Drawings, George Adams Gallery, New York, NY

2003 James Valerio: Paintings 1993-2003, George Adams Gallery, New York, NY

2001 James Valerio, Emory & Henry College, Emory, VA

James Valerio: Drawings 1996-2001, George Adams Gallery, New York, NY

2000 James Valerio: Drawings, Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, SC

1999 Paintings and Works on Paper 1974-1998, George Adams Gallery, New York, NY

1997 New Paintings and Drawings, George Adams Gallery, New York, NY

1995 Frumkin/Adams Gallery, New York, NY

1994 Paintings by James Valerio, Museum of Art, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

1993 Frumkin/Adams Gallery, New York, NY

1991 Frumkin/Adams Gallery, New York, NY

1990 Frumkin/Adams Gallery, New York, NY

1987 Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, NY

1984 Frumkin & Struve Gallery, Chicago, IL

1983 Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, NY

Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE

1981 Frumkin & Struve Gallery, Chicago, IL

1977 John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1974 Michael Walls Gallery, New York, NY

1973 Tuscon Art Center, AZ

1972 Gerard John Hayes Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

1971 Gerard John Hayes Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

 

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

 

 

2009 Group Show Summer, George Adams Gallery, New York, NY (July 9-August 14)

2008 The Figure Revealed, Contemporary American Figurative Paintings and Drawings, Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (May 3-June 29)

Cool, George Adams Gallery, New York, NY

James

2007-08 Visions (Selection from the James T. Dyke Collection), Naples Museum of Art, Naples, FL (Dec 21-March 25) Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR (Sept 12-Nov 9)

2007 Realist Tendencies on Paper, Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL (Oct 10-Dec 17)

Summer Program, George Adams Gallery, New York, NY (July-Sept)

2006 To Be or Not To Be: Four Hundred Years of Vanitas Painting, Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, MI

In the Gallery: Group Show, The Cut Show, New York, NY ( February 1-25)

2005 Body Language, George Adams Gallery, New York, NY (March 4-April 30)

2004 Drawings VII, Koplan Del Rio Gallery, West Hollywood, CA

Art on Paper 2004, Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC

2003-04 Painting, Middlebury College Art Museum, Middlebury, CT

2003 In the Eye of the Beholder, George Adams Gallery, New York, NY

New Visions: Small Works from the Arthur S. Goldberg Collection, Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, MA

Modern and contemporary Portraits, Forum Gallery, NY (February 13-March 29)

Artists on the Map, Navy Pier, Chicago, IL

2002 Me, Myself and I, George Adams Gallery, New York, NY

The Perception of Appearances: A Decade of American Contemporary Figurative Drawing, Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA

Corporealities, Rollins College, Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Winter Park, FL

2001 The Art of Collecting, Flint Institute of Arts

Self-Portraits 2000, Printworks Gallery, Chicago, IL

About Face, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AK (Sept 5-Oct 11)

20th Century American Landscapes from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York State Museum, Albany, NY

Magic Vision, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK

2001 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK

2000 2000 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK

New Realism for a New Millennium, Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY

Twenty-fourth Annual National Invitational Drawing Exhibition, Norman R. Eppink Art Gallery, Emporia State University, Emporia, KS (Feb 28- Mar 31)

Dreams 1900-2000, The Equitable Gallery, New York, NY; Historisches Museum der Stadt Wien, Vienna, Austria; Binghamton University Art Museum, Binghamton, NY; Passage de Retz, Paris, France

The Object Considered: A Survey of Contemporary Still Life in Ohio, Illinois & Indiana, Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH

Contemporary American Realist Drawing: The Jalane & Richard Davidson Collection, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

1999 Twenty Years On The Edge, Charles More Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

Green Woods and Crystal Waters: The American Landscape Tradition, Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK; Davenport Museum of Art, Davenport, IA; The John and Mabel Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL

Art About Art, George Adams Gallery, New York, NY

1998-2000 Twentieth Century American Drawing from Arkansas Arts Center Foundation, The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK; Sunrise Museum, Charleston, WV; Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Naples, FL; Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN; Knoxville Museum of Art. Knoxville, TN; Boise Art Museum, ID; Mobile Museum of Art, AL; Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Corpus Christi, TX; Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE; Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, MI

1998 Annual Collectors Show, The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK

Art and Architecture: The Vision of Graham Gund, Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery, Keene State College, Keene, NH

Still Life Painting Today, Jerald Melberg Gallery Inc., Charlotte, NC

Cleveland Collects Contemporary Art, The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH

1997 It Figures, SFA Gallery, Nacogdoches, TX

American Art Today: The Garden, The Art Museum, Florida International University, FL

Mixing business with Pleasure, Sawhill Gallery, James Madison University, VA

Dramatic Realism: The New Baroque, S. Allegheny Museum of Art, Lorotto, PA

Still Life: The Object in American Art (1915-1995) – Selections from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY; Marsh Art Gallery, Richmond, VA; The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AK; Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, CA; Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK

1996 Going Places, George Adams Gallery, New York, NY

Annual Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK

Common Ground ’96, Albuquerque Museum of Art, Albuquerque, NM

Art in Chicago 1945-1995, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL

1995 Charity Art Exhibition-Auction (for victims of the earthquake in Kobe area, Japan), Matsuzakaya Department Store, Art Gallery

Realism ’95, Fletcher Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Annual Collector’s Show, The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK

1994 Around the House, Frumkin/Adams Gallery, New York, NY

Annual Collector’s Show, The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK

Drawings: Reaffirming the Medici, The Gallery of Art, University of Missouri

1993 New Approaches to the Still Life, Tower Fine Arts Gallery, SUNY College at Brockport, NY

Contemporary Still Life, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

Drawings III, Koplin Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

1992 Eight from Northwestern, Evanston Art Center, Evanston, IL

Still-Life/ Real Life, Sherry French Gallery, Boca Raton and Palm Beach, FL

40th Anniversary Exhibition: Selections from the Richard Brown Baker Collection, Frumkin/Adams Gallery, New York, NY

Modern Masters of Figurative Painting and Drawing, Leslie Levy Fine Art, Inc., Scottsdale, AZ

Large Scale Drawings, Frumkin/Adams Gallery, New York, NY

Intimate Views, Still Life selections from the Glenn C. Janss Collection of American Realism, Margulies Taplin Gallery, Boca Raton, FL (traveling throughout the United States)

American Realism & Figurative Art, 1955-1990, Traveling exhibition organized by the Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, with a tour of Japan 1991-1992

1991 A Grand Slam Evening, Auction and Exhibition, The Renaissance Society, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Exquisite Painting, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL

Drawings, Koplin Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

American Narrative Painting & Sculpture: The 1980’s, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY

1990 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK

Faces, Frumkin/Adams Gallery, New York, NY

The Figure, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK

Monochrome/Polychrome: Contemporary Realist Drawings, Florida State University Gallery & Museum, FL

Black & White, Barbara Fendrick Gallery, Washington, DC

1989 Collector’s Show, The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK

American Art Today: Contemporary Landscape, The Art Museum, Florida International University, FL; Alan Frumkin Gallery, New York, NY; Ruth Siegal Gallery, New York, NY

1988 Realism Today, National Academy of Design, New York, NY

Large Paintings, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, NY

Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK

Realism Now, Judy Youens Gallery, Houston, TX

1900 to Now: Modern Art from Rhode Island Collections, Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

Chicago Collects, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

First International Festival of Contemporary Drawing, Grand Palais, Paris, France (traveled to Yugoslavia and Spain)

Fifty-Second National Mid-year Exhibition, The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH

Figurative Classicism, Simms Fine Art Gallery, New Orleans, LA

1987 Surfaces: Two Decades of Painting in Chicago, Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, IL

Drawing: The New Tradition, Huntsville Museum of Art, AL

Landscape, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, NY

1986 Painting at Northwestern: Conger, Paschke, Valerio, Block Gallery, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL

Form or Formula: Discourses on Drawing & Drawings, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY

American Realism: Twentieth-Century Drawings & Watercolors, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; DeCordova & Dana Museum and Park, Lincoln, MA; Ancher M. Huntington Art Gallery, University of Texas, Austin, TX; Mary & Leigh Block Gallery, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL; Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS

1986 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK

Objects Observed, Summit Art Center, NJ

A Feast for the Eyes, Allentown Art Museum, PA

National Drawing Invitational, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK

Eccentric Drawings, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, NY

A Decade of American Realism: 1975-1985, Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS

1985 American Realism: The Precise Image, the Isetan Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan; The Daimaru Museum, Osaka, Japan; Takashimaya Gallery, Yokohama, Japan

American Painters: Figuration, Jane Haslem Gallery, Washington, DC

1984 Twentieth-Century American Drawings: The Figure in Context, Terra Museum of American Art, Evanston, IL

The Studio, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, NY

Art of the States, Works from a Santa Barbara Collection; Santa Barbara Museum of Art, CA

Drawings by Contemporary American Figurative Artists, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD

1983 American Still Life 1945-1983, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX; Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, NY; Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH; Neuberger Museum, State University of New York at Purchase, NY; Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR

Perspectives on Contemporary American Realism: Works of Art on Paper from the Collection of Jalene and Richard Davidson, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, PA ; Art Institute of Chicago, IL

Representational Drawing Today: A Heritage Renewed, University Art Museum, Santa Barbara, CA; Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma City, OK; Elvehjem Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin, Madion; Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs, CO

Realistic Directions, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

The Artists’ Studio in American Painting:1840-1983, Allentown Art Museum, PA

1982 Contemporary Realism, Brainard Art Gallery, State University College of Arts & Sciences, Potsdam, NY; Plaza Gallery, State University, Plaza, NY

The Real Thing: Southern California Realist Painting, Laguna Beach Museum of Art, CA

Drawings, Santa Barbara Museum of Art in conjunction with Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, NY

A Private Vision: Contemporary Art From the Graham Fund Collection, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA

From the Mirror, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, NY

1981 Contemporary American Realism Since 1960, Pennsylvania Academy of The Fine Arts, PA (traveled in American and Europe through 1983)

Group Show: Drawings, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, NY

Cornell University Department of Art Faculty Exhibition, Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Ithaca, NY

The Figure and its Posture, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA

Narrative Painting, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, NY

Los Angeles Painting: The Decade, Arts Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA

Real, Really Real, Super Real, San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, TX; Indianapolis Museum of Art, IN; Tucson Museum of Art, AZ; Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute in Pittsburg, PA

Contemporary American Portraiture, Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Harbor, CA; Joslyn Museum, Omaha, NB; Portland Art Center, Portland, OR

1980 Cornell University Department of Art Faculty Exhibition, Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Ithaca, NY

Group Show, Allan Frumkin Gallery, NY

Realism/Photo Realism, Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, OK

1979 The Big Still Life, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, NY; University of Virginia, VA; Boston University, MA

Uncommon Visions, Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, NY

Contradictions, Fendrick Gallery, Washington, DC

Three Bravura Painters of the Human Figure, Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, VA

Large Drawings, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, NY

Cornell University Department of Art Faculty Exhibition, Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Ithaca, NY

Large Drawings, Frumkin & Struve Gallery, Chicago, IL

Reflections of Realism, Albuquerque Museum of Art, Albuquerque, NM

1978 Exhibitions 76-77, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA

California Realist Painters, Nevada Art Gallery, Reno, NV

1977 California Figurative Painters, Tortue Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

Invitational Mask Exhibition, Craft & Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA

Directions in Southern California Realism, Cedar-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA

Painting & Sculpture in California: The Modern Era, The National Collection of Fine Arts of Smithsonian

100 & Current Directions in Southern California Art, Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, CA

Current Directions in Southern California Art, a traveling slide exhibition selected from the artists registry, Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, CA (travel included galleries and museum throughout the United States.

1976 Imagination, Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, CA

University Printmakers & Collectors Show, UCLA Faculty Center, CA

1975 Realist Painting in California, John Bergruen Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Selected Drawings, Gerard John Hayes Gallery, Westwood, CA

The Arts Constituency Selects, California State University at Long Beach, Gallery B

The Classic Revival, organized by Illinois Bell Telephone Co. Lobby Gallery, Illinois Bell, Chicago, IL

Watercolors and Drawings: American Realists, Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York, NY

1973 Faculty Exhibition, Chancellor’s House, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

Twelve Painters & The Human Figure, Baxter Art Gallery, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA

Separate Realities (Developments in California Representational Painting & Sculpture), Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park, CA

The Super-Realist Vision, Decordova Museum, Lincoln, MA

Selections in Contemporary Realism, Akron Art Institute, Akron, OH

1972 Faculty Exhibition, Chancellor’s House, Los Angeles, CA

Focus ’72-Group Invitational, Palos Verdes, CA

1971 Graphics ’71 National Print & Drawing Exhibition, Western New Mexico University, NM

Painting & Sculpture Today – 1970, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN

9th Annual Southern California Exhibition, Long

Beach Museum of Art, CA

American Portraits: Old and New, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA

1970 A Show of Silk Screen Prints, Advance Screen Co., Chicago, IL

1969 2-Man Show, Burpee Art Gallery, Rockford, IL

72ns Annual Chicago & Vicinity Show, The Art Institute of Chicago, IL

12th Annual Beloit & Vicinity Show, Wright Art Center, Beloit College, Beloit, WI

13th Annual Beloit & Vicinity Show, Wright Art Center, Beloit, WI

1968 Student Show, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Graduate Student Exhibition, George Williams College, Downers Grove, IL

Graduate Student Exhibition, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL

2nd National Student Exhibition, State University College, New Platz, NY (travelling exhibition)

1967 Group Show, Palmer House, Chicago, IL

Student Show, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL

Group Show, Chicago Sun Times Building, Chicago, IL

1964 Student Show, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Group Show, Show # 2, Chicago, IL

Group Show, Griffon Studios & Gallery, Chicago, IL

1962 Group Exhibition, Wright Jr. College, Chicago, IL

 

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:

 

ARTICLES:

 

Arthur. “Interview with James Valerio.” American Artists, December, 1983.

Artner, Alan G. “Show Celebrates New Era at Northwestern,” Chicago Tribune, Jan. 31, 1986, sec7, p. 45. Illus.

Auer, James. “Northwestern Trio Art Show a Winner.” The Milwaukee Journal, Feb. 23, 1986, pp. 1,8. Illus.

Boettger, Susan. “James Valerio at George Adams.” Art In America, Dec. 99.

Brewster, Tod. “Every Picture Tells a Story: The Narrative is Back, and therein Hangs a Tale.” Horizon, November 1981, pp. 42-49. Illus.

Chelsea Art Reviews, www.artnewyorkcity.com, 2007

Cooper, James F. “Story-Telling Art: In the End, It’s Art That Counts.” The News World, April 10, 1981. Illus.

.“Valerio Has Handle on His Narrative Art,” The News World, Dec. 2, 1983, p. 6B

.“Highly Detailed Realism Nourishes Contemporary Wasteland.” New York City Tribune. April 10, 1987, p. 14. Illus.

Creager, Roger. “Life Captured in Vibrant Festival of Color and Detail,” Piedmont, March 31, 1979, p.2.

.“The Big Still on Display at Bayly Art Museum,” Piedmont, Charlottesville, VA, March 31, 1979.

Donohoe, Victoria. “Academy’s Show of Realists is Big But Sadly Unfocused,” Philadelphia Inquirer, Sept. 20, 1981.

.“He May Just Have a Point in Trying to Shuck His Label.” Philadelphia Inquirer, Jan. 16, 1983. Illus.

Dunlop, Beth. “Helping Hands.” Pp. 70-71, House & Garden Magazine, August, 2002.

Fromberg, Robert. “Showings: Block Gallery.” Stagebill, March, 1986. Illus.

Gabrielson, Walter. “Pasadena Pluralism: The Painting ‘70s.” Art In America, p. 65, May, 1981.

Gladstone, Valerie. “Review of James Valerio,” Art News, January 2000, pp. 134.

Glueck. Modern & Contemporary Portraits, Forum Gallery, New York, The New York Times Review, Friday, February 21, 2003.

Gomez, Ed M. “Keeping it Real.” Art & Antiques Magazine, March, 2001. Pp.110,112,113,114.

Hanson, Harry. “Northwestern University Professors Show at Block Gallery,” Chicago, Feb, 1986, pp. 92-94. Illus.

Johnson, Ken. “James Valerio” Art In Review, The New York Times, Friday, May 23, 2003.

Johnson. “James Valerio,” The New York Times, April 23, 30, and May 7, 1999, Art Guide.

.“James Valerio.” The New York Magazine, pg. 16, May 10, 1999.

Kazmier, Lisa. “Northwestern University Art Featured: Profs’ Work Called Best Show Ever,” The Daily Northwestern, vol. 107, no. 78, Feb. 17, 1986, p.1. Illus.

Kramer, Hilton. “Art: Five-Gallery Realist Show,” The New York Times, Sept. 12, 1980, p. c20. Illus.

.“Art: Narrative Painting Struggles for a Rebirth,” The New York Times, April 3, 1981.

.“An Antidote to Post Modern Blues: ‘Realism Today’ at the National Academy,” The New York Observer, Dec. 27, 1988, p.15.

Kuspit, Donald. “Going, Going, Gone.” ArtNet.com Magazine Feature, April 2000.

.“What’s Real in Realism?” Art in America, September 1981, pp. 84-95.

Procter, Kenneth. “Throwing Light on the Subject,” Drawing Magazine, Fall 2004, pp. 43.

Martin, Jean. “James Valerio Talks About His Drawings.” Drawing Magazine, Jan-Feb, 1994.

McCrea, Patricia Hessel. “Valerio’s Spring Mambo,” Angelo Art Magazine, Spring 2005, pp. 18-19.

.”A Conversation with James Valerio.” Allan Frumkin Gallery Newsletter, Number 13 (Fall, 1981), pp. 1-3.

. “James Valerio.” Frumkin/Adams Gallery, New York. 1983.

Patton, Phil. “Of Masks and Magic.” Pan-Am Clipper, January 1981, pp. 22-29.

Perreault, John. “Storyville,” The Soho News, April 15, 1981, p. 65. Illus.

Skrapits, Joseph. “Realists and Romantics,” American Artist Magazine, May 2000.

Smith, Paul. “James Valerio at Allan Frumkin,” Art In America, Sept. 1987, p. 181. Illus.

Taylor, Sue. “Shaping Images for the Video Age: Trio of Northwestern University Artists Prove Painting Still Effective,” Chicago Sun-Times, Feb. 24, 1986. Illus.

Wolff, Theodore F. “Narrative Art-Painting That Tells You a Story.” Christian Science Monitor, April 13, 1981, p. 19. Illus.

.“ Precisely,” Christian Science Monitor, Dec. 18, 1986, p. 34. Illus.

. “Drawings from the Famous and the Promising,” Christian Science Monitor, Jan 20, 1988.

Yost, Lee Prater. “Block Features Work of 3 Faculty,” Northwestern Observer, no. 9, Jan. 27, 1986, p. 4. Illus.

 

ANONYMOUS ARTICLES:

 

“Conger, Paschke and Valerio Paintings,” North Shore, Feb, 1986.

“Drawings on Exhibition,” Drawing, Vol. 10, no. 1, May-June, 1988. Illus.

“People,” University Register, April 1, 1979. Illus.

“Realism Today: American Drawings from the Rita Rich Collection,” Drawing, Jan-Feb, 1988.

Review, American Arts Quarterly, Spring/Summer, 1987, p. 23. Illus.

Review, Images & Issues, vol. 4, no. 4, Jan-Feb., 1984. Illus.

“Three from Northwestern,” Pioneer Press, Jan 23, 1986. Illus.

“The Big Still Life on Display at the Bayly Museum,” Piedmont, March 31, 1979, p. 2.

 

BOOKS:

 

Alvin, Martin. “American Realism: Twentieth Century Drawings and Watercolors.” Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publ., New York, 1986.

“American Realism: The Precise Image,” Japan. Exhibition catalogue essays by John Arthur, 1985.

Arthur, John. “Realist Drawings and Watercolors.” Boston New York Graphic Society, 1980.

“Realists at Work.” New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 1983.

“Spirit of Place,” Contemporary Landscape Painting, Boston, Toronto, London: Bullfinch Press-Little, Brown & Co., 1989.

“Green Woods & Crystal Waters The American Landscape Tradition.” The Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, Ok, 1999.

Brown, C. & McLean, C. “Drawing From Life,” Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1992.

Cavendish, Marshall, (pub.), “Great American Writers of the Twentieth Century,” (Painting reproduced in Volume 5 of the 13 volume series), 2002.

Curran, P.W., “James Valerio Recent Paintings/Interview,” Oct. 7, 1993. Exhibition Catalogue.

Davenport, Ray, “Davenport’s Art Reference,” The Gold Edition, 2005

Dunbier, Lonnie Pierson, (Editor), “The Artists Bluebook, 34,000 North American Artists to March 2005.”

Fine, Ruth, Hernandez Duran, Raymond, & Pascale, Mark. “Contemporary American Realist Drawings (The Valane and Richard Davidson Collection At the Art Institute of Chicago” Hudson Hills Press, New York, 1999.

. Florida International University. The Art Museum. Miami. “American Art Today: Contemporary Landscape.” Essay by Jed Pearl, 1989.

Gamwell, Lynn- Ed. Dreams 1900-2000 “Science, Art and the Unconscious Mind,” Cornell University Press, Binghamton University Art Museum, State University of N.Y.

Goldstein, Nathan. “Figure Drawing, 4th ed. Prentice-Hall. 1989, 87, 81 & 76.

Goodyear, Frank Jr. “Contemporary American Realism Since 1960.” Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1981.

Henry, Gerrit. “Exquisite Painting” Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, 1991.

Jenks, Charles. “Post-Modernism: The New Classicism in Art and Architecture.” Rizzoli, 1987.

Kelly, Raymond J. III. “To Be, or Not To Be: Four Hundred Years of Veritas Painting,” Flint Institute of Arts, 2006.

Kuspit, Donald. “The End of Art,” Cambridge University, 2004.

Lubrow. “Figure & Form,” Wm. C. Brown, Publisher, 1991.

Lucie-Smith, Edward. “American Realism” 1994, Harry N. Abrams, Inc.

. “American Art Now” Wm. Moorow & Co., Inc. 1995.

. “Art Today” Phaidon Press, 1995.

Mendelowitz, Wakeman and Faber, “A Guide to Drawing,” 6th. Ed. Thomson Wadsworth, 2003.

Mendelowitz, Wakeman and Faber, “A Guide to Drawing,” 7th ed. Thomson Wadsworth, 2006.

Martin, J. “James Valerio” Frumkin/Adams Gallery, New York, 1983.

Meredith-Boothe. “Real, Really Real, Super Real.” Catalogue interview. San Antonio Museum. 1981, pp. 56-57.

Perl, Jed. “American Art Today. Contemporary Landscape.” The Art Museum, Florida International University, Miami, 1989.

Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, OK. “Realism/Photorealism, 1980,” exhibition catalogue essays by John Arthur.

Ritcher, Marianne/Greenhouse, “Art Collection,” Union League Club of Chicago, 2003.

San Antonio Museum, Texas. “Real, Really Real, Super Real.” 1981. Exhibition catalogue interview by Sally Meredith-Booth, pp. 56-57.

Sims, Lowery Stokes and Rewald, Sabine. “Still Life: The Object in American Art, 1915-1995,” 1996, Rizzoli International Pub. And the American Federation of Arts.

Stern, Jerome. “Monochrome/Polychrome.” Florida State University Gallery and Museum. Tallahasse, FL. Oct/Nov, 1990.

Sweetkind, Irene S. Master Paintings (From Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH) Harry N. Abrams, Inc. Publishers, 1994.

Wadsworth/Thomson, “A Guide to Drawing,” 2006

Ward, John. “American Realist Paiting 1945-80,” Anna Arbor/London, UMI Research Press, 1989.

Warren, Lynne. “Art in Chicago, 1945-95” Thames and Hudson, 1996, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

 

2009 Professor Emeritus

1985-2008 Professor, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.

1979-1982 Associate Professor, Cornell University: Ithaca, New York

1970-1979 Associate Professor, University of California at Los Angeles

1968-1970 Assistant Professor, Rock Valley College, Rockford, Illinois

1966-1968 Assistantship, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois.

 

SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND GRANTS:

 

2008 Elected to The Union League Club of Chicago Distinguished Artists Program, Chicago, IL

1985 N.E.A. Grant $15,000

1978

U.C.L.A. Research Grant, “Painting, Drawing, and Printmaking from Live Models and Photographic Material”

 

1977 U.C.L.A. Research Grant “Painting from Live Models and Photographic Information”

1976 U.C.L.A. Research Grant, “Visual Stimulus and Study of Major Works of Art Within the U.S. and Europe.”

U.C.L.A. Research Grant, “Painting from Live Models and Photographic Information”

Regents Faculty Fellowship in the Creative Arts, “Painting, Drawing, and Printmaking from Live Models and Photographic Material”

1975 U.C.L.A. Research Grant, “Painting and Silkscreen Printing from Models”

1974 U.C.L.A. Research Grant, “Painting and Silkscreen Printing from Models”

U.C.L.A. Research Grant, “Creative Art Work in the Offset Lithography and Related Media”

1973 U.C.L.A. Research Grant, “Painting and Silkscreen Printing from Models”

U.C.L.A. Research Grant, “Creative Art Work in the Offset Lithography and Related Media”

1972 U.C.L.A. Research Grant, “Creative Art Work in the Offset Lithography and Related Media”

1971 U.C.L.A. Research Grant, “Figure in Painting and Sculpture”

1968 The Anne Louise Raymond Foreign Travelling Fellowship, School of Art Institute of Chicago

1966 School of the Art Institute of Chicago Fellowship, Illinois

1965 Louis Alexander Scholarship Fund, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

1964 Daniel D. Van Der Grift Scholarship Fund, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

 

1980-82 Artist’s Choice Museum, NY

1980 Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art; Cornell University

Cornell University Council of Performing & Creative Arts

1975-79 Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art

1973-78 UCLA Art Council

1968 PAC (Professional Artists in Chicago)

 

LECTURES:

 

1994 University of Iowa Museum of Art (January)

1992 Evanston Arts Guilds

1991 Evanston Art Center (September)

Lakeview Museum of Arts & Sciences, Peoria, IL (October 6)

1990 Jones Residential College, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL (October)

1989 Bringham-Young University (Novemeber)

Northeastern University (March)

1987 Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago (September)

1986 Mary & Leigh Block Art Gallery, Northwestern University (Jan.,Feb. & Nov)

1985 Jones Residential College, Northwestern University (November)

1984 Art Institute of Chicago, Society for Contemporary Art (October)

1983 Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE (January)

1979-81 Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

1981 Iowa State University (June)

1980 Syracuse University (September)

1978 DePaul University (November)

 

 

SELECTED COLLECTIONS:

 

Albuquerque Museum of Art, New Mexico

Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock

Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois

Bayly Art Museum, University of Virginia, Charlottesville

Butler Institute, Youngstown, Ohio

Champion International, Stanford, Connecticut

Chemical Bank, New York

Columbus Museum, Georgia

Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington

Frye Art Museum, Seattle, Washington

Genderm Corporation, Illinois

Greenville County Museum of Art, South Carolina

Guggenheim Museum, New York

Gund Collection, Boston

Huntsville Museum of Art, Alabama

K Incorporated, New Orleans, Louisiana

Long Beach Museum of Art, California

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Michigan Bell, Detroit

New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, New Jersey

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia

Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Prudential Service Corporation, Newark, New Jersey

JB Speed Museum, Louisville, Kentucky

Stephens Inc., Little Rock, Arkansas

Union League Club of Chicago, Illinois

University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond

Vinson & Elkins, Houston, Texas

 

 

GREGORY GILLESPIE

(1936-2000)

BORN: Roselle Park, NJ

EDUCATION:

1954-1960 The Cooper Union for Advancement of Science and Art, New York
1961-1963 San Francisco Art Institute, B.A. and M.F.A
1964-70 American Academy in Rome

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

1966 Forum Gallery, NY
1968 Forum Gallery, NY
1969 American Academy in Rome, Italy
1970 Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
Forum Gallery, NY (cat)
1971 The Alpha Gallery, Boston, MA
Smith College Museum of Art, Smith College, Northampton, MA
1972 Forum Gallery, NY
1973 Forum Gallery, NY
1974 The Alpha Gallery, Boston, MA
Galeria Il Fante di Spade, Rome and Milan, Italy
1976 Forum Gallery, NY
1977 Forum Gallery, NY
The Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden,
Washington, DC, and traveling exhibition (Retrospective) (cat)
1979 Forum Gallery, NY
1982 Forum Gallery, NY
Alpha Gallery, Boston, MA
1983 Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Joseph and Margaret Muscarelle Museum of Art, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA
1984 Forum Gallery, NY
1986 Duke University Art Museum, Durham, NC
Forum Gallery, NY (cat)
Alpha Gallery, Boston, MA
Atrium Gallery, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
1988 J. Rosenthal Fine Arts, Chicago, IL
1989 Forum Gallery, NY (cat)
Cooper Union for Advancement of Art and Science, NY
1990 Nielsen Gallery, Boston, MA (cat)
1991 Forum Gallery, NY
1992 Forum Gallery, NY (cat)
Harcourts Modern and Contemporary, San Francisco, CA (cat)
Nielsen Gallery, Boston, MA
1994 Forum Gallery, NY
1996 Forum Gallery, NY (cat)
Phyllis Kind Gallery, NY
1998 Hart Gallery, Northampton, MA
1999 Lafayette College Art Gallery, Williams Center for the Arts, Easton, PA
Forum Gallery, NY
1999-2000 A Unique American Vision, Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia,
Athens, GA and Traveling exhibition (Retrospective) (cat.)
2000 Memorial Exhibition, Forum Gallery, NY
2006 Forum Gallery, NY
2007 Self Portraits and Other Paintings, Salander-O’Reilly Galleries, NY
2010 Gregory Gillespie: Paintings, Forum Gallery, NY
2012 Transfixed: Selected Works 1995-2000, Gallery NAGA, Boston, MA
2014 Gregory Gillespie: Supernatural Observation, Forum Gallery, NY

TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

1984 Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, traveled to La Jolla
Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA (cat)
1996 Portraits of and by William Beckman and Gregory Gillespie, The Frances
Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY (cat)
1999 Paintings & Constructions, Joseloff Gallery, Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2017-18 Fool the Eye, Nassau County Museum, Roslyn Harbor, NY
2017 Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2016 American Views, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
20/20 – VISIONARY ARTISTS OF THE 20TH CENTURY, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2014 Wives, Daughters and Lovers, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1961 The Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA
Bolles Gallery, San Francisco, CA
The American Academy of Arts and Letters, NY
The National Institute of Arts and Letters, NY
1964 The National Institute of Arts and Letters, NY
1965 The American Academy of Arts and Letters, NY
American Academy in Rome, Italy
Galleria Capicorna, Spoleta, Italy
Galleria Feltrinelli, Rome, Italy
The Whitney Museum of American Art, NY
1966 Galleria Due Monde, Rome, Italy
American Academy in Rome, Italy
Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, MI
1967 Galleria Il Capitello, Rome, Italy
The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH
The Whitney Museum of American Art, NY
1968 The Whitney Museum of American Art, NY
1969 Galleria Il Margherita, Rome, Italy
The American Academy of Arts and Letters, NY
Graham Gallery, NY
The Whitney Museum of American Art, NY
Traveling to: University Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley, CA
1970 The Whitney Museum of American Art, NY
The American Academy of Arts and Letters, NY
1971 Birmingham Museum of Arts, Birmingham, AL
The American Academy of Arts and Letters, NY
National Academy of Design, NY
Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME
1972 The Whitney Museum of American Art, NY
Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME
National Academy of Design, NY
The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH
Medici Il Gallery, Miami, FL
The American Academy of Arts and Letters, NY
John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL
The New York Cultural Center, NY
1973 The Whitney Museum of American Art, NY
The Art Gallery, Randolph Macon Woman’s College, Lynchburg, VA
National Academy of Design, NY
1974 Krannert Art Museum, College of Fine and Applied Arts, Portland, OR University of Illinois, Urbana-Champlain, IL
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC
Gallery One, Alberta College of Art, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Calgary, Canada
1975 Union Carbide Gallery, NY
Arte Fiera Di Bologna, Italy
Marion Koogler McNay Art Institute, San Antonio, TX
The Museum of Modern Art, NY
1977 Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma City, OK
1978 American Academy in Rome, Italy (cat)
1980 Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
Morris Museum, Morristown, NJ
1981 Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI (cat)
The Whitney Museum of American Art, NY (cat)
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA (cat)
Traveled to: Virginia Museum of Fine Art, Richmond, VA:
Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA:
Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon, Portugal:
Germanische National Museum, Nuremberg, Germany
1982 Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany
The Whitney Museum of American Art, NY
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA
1983 Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston traveled to:
Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, NY:
Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH;
Neuberger Museum, Purchase, NY:
Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR
University Art Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara (cat)
1984 Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, SC (cat)
1985 Artists’ Choice Museum, NY
1986 Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS
New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture, NY
Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CA (cat)
1987-1989 De Cordova and Dana Museum and Park, Lincoln, MA (traveling exhibition)
1989 Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, MA
Phyllis Kind Gallery, NY
Jeremy Stone Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Edward Thorpe Gallery, NY
Pratt Institute Galleries, NY and Brooklyn
Katzen-Brown Gallery, NY
1990 J.M. Kohler Arts Center, Sheboyhan, WI
Center for African Art, NY
1991 American Federation of Arts, New York (cat)
San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA
Koplin Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
1991-92 “American Realism & Figurative Art: 1952-1990,”
Traveling Exhibition in Japan:
The Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Miyagi (1991)
Sogo Museum of Art, Yokohama (1992)
The Tokushima Modern Art Museum, Tokushima (1992) The Museum of Modern Art, Shiga (1992)
Kochi Prifectural Museum of Folk Art (1992)
1992 Elemental Nature, Midtown Payson, NY
Ways to See, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
1993 Artists by Artists, Forum Gallery, NY, curated by Barbara Krulik
1994 20th Century Figurative Drawings and Paintings, Forum Gallery, NY
The Springfield Museum of Fine Art, Springfield, MA
Aspects of Realism, Laura Craig Galleries, Scranton, PA
1995 The Herbert W. Plimpton Collection of Realist Art,
18th Annual Patrons and Friends Exhibitions, Brandeis University, Watham, MA.
Re-Presenting Representation II, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA (cat)
1996 American Art Today: Images from Abroad, The Art Museum, Florida International University, Miami, FL (cat)
1997 Gillespie, Hauptman, Stelzmann: Works of Art, Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL
The Figure Revisited: Part 2, Recent Works, The Gallery at Hastings-on-Hudson, New York
Intimate Universe (Revisited), James Howe Gallery, Kean College, Union,
NJ, and Robert Steele Gallery, New York, NY
Derriere Guard Festival, The Kitchen, New York, NY
Attributes of the Artist, Art Complex Museum, Duxbury, MA
1998 Self-Portraits, Kragsdale Corporation at Lehman College Art Gallery, New York, NY
The Figurative Impulse, Miami Dade Community College, Kendall Campus Art Gallery, Miami, FL
Still Life Painting Today, Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, NC
Peep Show, Luise Ross Gallery, New York, NY
Duke University Art Museum, Durham, NC (cat)
Northampton Village Figurative Artists, Cacciola Gallery, NY
It’s Still Life, Forum Gallery,NY
Nielsen Gallery: 30th Anniversary, Nielsen Gallery, Boston, MA
1998-99 Modern American Realism: The Sara Roby Foundation Collection from the National Museum of American Art:
Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College, Winter Park, FL
Madison Art Center, Madison, WI
Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, GA
Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, NY
Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY
2000 Provincetown Print Project, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
Collecting Ideas: Works from the Mark and Polly Addison Collection, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
2001 Self-Made Man, DC Moore Gallery, NY
2002 Modern and Contemporary Portraits curated by Townsend Wolfe,
Forum Gallery, NY
2003 Facing Reality: The Seavest Collection of Contemporary Realism, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY
2003-2004 Art as Life: Paintings by Gregory Gillespie and Francis Cohen Gillespie, Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, MA
2004 Masters and Mavericks, Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, NY
2005 Figurative Impulse, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2006 Subject, Lyman Allyn Museum, New London, CT
2006-7 New Old Masters/ Nowi Dawni Mistrzowie, National Museum,
Gdansk, Poland
2007 The Contemporary Landscapes Show, Forum Gallery, NY
The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary Works on Paper,
Forum Gallery, NY
2008 New Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, NY
Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, NY
2010 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, NY
2011 That Seventies Show, Forum Gallery, NY
Vantage Point 2011, Forum Gallery, NY
Peace on Earth: Art Against War, Forum Gallery, NY
2012 Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012, Forum
Gallery, NY
Perception of Self, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2013 Face to Face: Artist Self-Portraits from the Collection of Jackye and Curtis Finch Jr., Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR

PUBLICATIONS (select):

Gregory Gillespie: Paintings (Italy 1962-1970), NY Forum Gallery, 1970 (cat)
Gregory Gillespie, exhibition catalogue, Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution for the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 1977
Beckman/Gillespie, exhibition catalogue Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, 1984
Gregory Gillespie, exhibition catalogue, NY Forum Gallery, 1986
Gregory Gillespie, exhibition catalogue, NY Forum Gallery, 1989
Gregory Gillespie, exhibition catalogue, Boston, Nielsen Gallery, 1990
Gregory Gillespie: Self-Portraits 1969-1991, NY Forum Gallery, 1992 (cat)
Gregory Gillespie, NY Forum Gallery, 1996 (cat)
Haven, Stephen. “Faith in the Void: The Art of Gregory Gillespie,” Image: A Journal of the Arts & Religion. Summer 1999, Number 23, pp.65-77.
Georgia Museum of Art. A Unique American Vision: Paintings by Gregory Gillespie. Exhibition cat. Athens, GA, 1999.
Gregory Gillespie: New Works, NY Forum Gallery, 1999 (cat)

AWARDS AND GRANTS:

1962 Fullbright-Hays Grant
1962, 1965, 1966 Chester Dale Fellowship
1967 Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant for Painting
1994 The Augustus St. Gaudens Award, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York, NY

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY
Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, ME
The Whitney Museum of American Art, NY
Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC
The National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia, Athens
Nebraska Art Association, Thomas C. Woods Memorial Collection, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
Museum of Art, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
Creative Arts Center, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV
Sara Roby Foundation Collection, NY
Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA
New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ
San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

ANTHONY MITRI

BORN: Cleveland, Ohio, 1951

EDUCATION:
1988-89 Athenaeum School of Fine Art, La Jolla, California
1983 B.S Geology, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio
1978 Cleveland Orchestra Blossom Music Festival Master Class with cellist Yo Yo Ma
1972-73 Cooper School of Art, Cleveland, Ohio
1958-69 Cleveland Music School Settlement, Cleveland Institute of Music,
Piano, Cleveland, Ohio

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS:
2017 ANTHONY MITRI: PAINTINGS, Gallery+, Cleveland, OH
ANTHONY MITRI: NORMANDY COUNTRYSIDE, Valley Art Center, Chagrin Falls, OH
2013 Anthony Mitri, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2007 Anthony Mitri: New Work, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2001 Paintings: Anthony Mitri, Galerie Caisse D’Epargne, Deauville, France
1999 Paintings: Anthony Mitri, Quint Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA
1996 Paintings: Anthony Mitri, Thomas Babeor & Company, La Jolla, CA
1992 Paintings: Anthony Mitri, Hôtel Espérance, Deauville, France
Paintings: Anthony Mitri, Cumberland Gallery, Nashville, TN
1990 Paintings: Anthony Mitri, La Jolla Art, Poetry, & Music Society,
La Jolla, CA

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Fairmount Center for the Arts, 41st Annual Art Exhibition, Novelty, OH
Gates Mills (Juried) Art Show, Gates Mills, OH
FORUM GALLERY CELEBRATES 55 YEARS OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2016 American Views, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Valley Art Center 45th Annual Juried Art Exhibition, Chagrin Falls, OH
20/21 – VISIONARY ARTISTS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
7th Annual May Show at Lakeland (juried), Gallery of Lakeland College, Kirtland, OH
2015 Nature Unbound, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2014 Re-presenting Representation VIII, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
2013 Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
W.O.P. (Works on Paper), Forum Gallery, New York, NY
45th Annual Collector’s Show and Sale, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
Charcoal!, Schick Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
2012 Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2011 Vantage Point 2011, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Gates Mills (Juried) Art Show, Gates Mills, OH
2010 Collector’s Show & Sale, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
Fairmont Russell (Juried) Art Exhibition, Novelty, OH
Gate Mills (Juried) Art Show, Gate Mills, OH
2009 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2008-9 What Comes After Nothing: Post-Minimalist Drawings From The
Permanent Collection, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
2008 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
2007 The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary Works on
Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
COLLECTOR’S SHOW (Forum Gallery), Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
2006 Modern and Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, Los
Angeles, CA
Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
2005 Sixth Annual Invitational Drawing Show, San Diego Public
Library, San Diego, CA
Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, Los
Angeles, CA
2003 Echolocation, The Farm Gallery, San Diego, CA
2001 France-United States, VIII Int’l Salon of Painting and Sculpture,
Bordeaux, France
2000 Anthony Mitri – Vincent Petit, La Chapelle St-Lyphard, La Ferté
Bernard, France
Group Exhibition, Artist’s Association of Pont L’Eveque, Pont
L’Eveque, France
1999 Group Exhibition, Quint Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA
1996 Summer Group Exhibition, Thomas Babeor & Company, La
Jolla, CA
1995 Group Exhibition, Del Mar Gallery. Del Mar, CA
1995 Winter Awards Exhibition, San Diego Art Institute (SDAI), San
Diego, CA
1995 March Group Exhibition, SDAI, San Diego, CA
January Group Exhibition, SDAI, San Diego, CA
1994 March Group Exhibition, SDAI, San Diego, CA
1993 Summer Exhibition, Gauthier Gallery. Deauville, France
1991 Artwalk, The Studio, San Diego, CA
1990 Athenaeum School of Fine Art, La Jolla, CA

AWARDS:
2016 Valley Art Center 45th Annual Juried Art Exhibition: Best of Show, Chagrin Falls, OH
2013 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant
Adolph & Esther Gottlieb Foundation Grant
2010 Adolph & Esther Gottlieb Foundation Grant
2006 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant
1995 Winter Awards Exhibition, Juror’s Choice Award, SDAI, San Diego, CA
January Group Exhibition, Juror’s Choice Award, SDAI, San
Diego, CA
March Group Exhibition, Juror’s Choice Award, SDAI, San Diego, CA
1994 March Group Exhibition, Juror’s Choice Award, SDAI, San Diego, CA

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:
2017 Hoon, Zackary, “Anthony Mitri: Paintings”, CAN Journal (Collective Arts Network/Cleveland), Fall 2017
Hoon, Zackary, “Anthony Mitri: Paintings”, CAN Journal (Collective Arts Network/Cleveland), Summer 2017
2008 Ekperigin, Naomi, “The Beauty of New York City in Black and
White”, American Artist, Drawing. Winter 2008, P. 25-31.
2007 Lasarow, Bill, “Anthony Mitri”, ArtScene, June 2007, P. 12-13.
2001 “The Paintings of Anthony Mitri”, L’Ouest Newspaper, Deauville,
France, June 5, P. 2.
2000 “Africa and Normandy Merge”, Le Perche Newspaper, Le Mans &
La Ferté Bernard, France, June 15, P. 21.
1999 Pincus, Robert L., “Ark Skies: Cloudscapes in a Different Hue”,
The San Diego Union Tribune. Night & Day, August 12, P. 46.
1993 Munzenmaier, Jan, “Arts Friends Extravaganza Showcases Local
Artists”, The Daily Californian, September 23, P. C-1.
1992 McCormack, Larry, “Nashville Artist Anthony Mitri”, Nashville
Banner, July 6, P. B-1.

MUSEUM COLLECTIONS:
Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR

RESEARCH COLLECTIONS:
Cleveland Museum of Art, Ingalls Library of the Cleveland Museum of Art,
Research Library Collection – Anthony Mitri, Cleveland, OH

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grantee Image Collection

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS:
Thomas Babeor, La Jolla, CA
Donald Bacigalupi, Founding President, Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, Los Angeles, CA
Robert and Cheryl Fishko, New York, NY
Spencer Hayes, Nashville, TN
Anne Hess, New York, NY
Mason Phelps, La Jolla, CA
Douglas Simay, Director, Arts College International, San Diego, CA
Larry Urrutia, Curator of Contemporary Art, San Diego Museum of Art,
San Diego, CA
Mark Quint, Quint Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA
Robert and Dianne Tucker, Little Rock, AR
Barbara Walbridge, La Jolla, CA

CARLO MARIA MARIANI

BORN:            Rome, Italy – Lives and Works in New York 

 EDUCATION: 

Studied at the Accademia di Belle Arti, Rome, Italy 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2007        “Works on Paper” 1987 -2007  Francis Naumann  Gallery , NY

2006        “ The Silence of Harmony” The Gallery at Lincoln Center, New York, NY

2005        “Rooms of Myth”   Museum Palazzo  Te, Mantova, Italy

2004           “On the Appian Way (Mariani/Pignatelli)” Galleria Poggiali e Forconi, Florence     

 “Memory and the City” Riva Yares Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

2003      “City Meditations.” Earl McGrath Gallery, NY

2002       “Light & Shadow,” Hackett-Freedman, San Francisco, CA

              “Spiritual Erosion”, inaugural exhibition, Axel Raben Gallery, Chelsea NY

2001      Prudential Art Space, Bridgehampton, NY

1999     “The Mysterious Enchantment of Beauty, Carlo Maria Mariani,” The Frye            Museum, Seattle, Wa.2000   2000  

             “Works on Paper and a Painting” Hackett- Freedman, San Francisco, CA    

1997      Associated American Artists Gallery, NY,

        “Dialogues”, Hackett-Freedman Gallery, San Francisco

 Carlo Maria Mariani – The Early Years”, Museum, Premio Marche, Biennale,              Ancona, Italy

1996      “Respectful Heresies,” Studio Cannaviello, Milan, Italy

1995      “Stillness in Time,” Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

             Galerie Klemm, Buenos Aires, Argentina

1994      “The Graphic Work of Carlo Maria Mariani,” La Stamperia, Rome, Italy

1993      “Dreams,” Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York, NY

1992      Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA

             “Works on Paper,” Michael Kohn Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

1991-92 Mathildenhohe Darmstadt, Germany

1990      “Future Dimension, XLIV Esposizione Internazionale d’Arte,” Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy

             “A Rebellion for a New Time,” Hirschl & Adler Modern, NY                                   

Drammen Kunstforening, Drammen, Norway

1988      “Paradiso Riconquistato, Studio d’Arte Cannaviello, Rome

             “Paradise Regained,” Michael Kohn Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

1987      “Centric 27: Carlo Maria Mariani,” University Art Museum, CA State University, Long Beach, CA

             “Solemnis Caerimonia,” Sperone Westwater, New York, NY

             Carlo Virgilio, Rome, Italy

             Galleria Gian Enzo Sperone, Rome, Italy

1986      Galerie Tanit, Munich, Germany

             Edward Totah Gallery, London, England

1985      “Oeuvres Recentes 1982-84,” Galerie Eolia, Paris, France

             “Dessins et Pastels,” Galerie Seroussi, Paris, France

1984      Carlo Maria Mariani, Sperone Westwater, New York, NY

1983      “L’Allegoria Mancina,” Galleria Mario Diacono, Rome, Italy

1982      Galleria Mario Diacono, Rome, Italy

1981      Sperone Westwater Fischer, New York, NY

          “Constellation of Leo,” Galleria Gian Enzo Sperone, Rome, Italy

1980      Galleria Gian Enzo Sperone, Turin, Italy

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITONS SINCE 1980:

2009      “ Inventing  Marcel  Duchamp”  The Dynamics of Portraiture  National  Portrait Gallery Smithsonian Institution, Washington  DC.

             “Gli Anni 80” / The  80s Villa  Reale , Monza / Milan Italy

2008      “Donne di  Roma”  Auditorium Parco  delle  Musica,  Rome, Italy

“Per Amore” (For Love) Palazzo Incontro, Rome, Italy

“Colori Di Roma” (Color of Rome) Auditorium Parco Della Musica, Rome, Italy

2007      “Porte Aperte” (Open Door)  Collection Farnesina, Rome, Italy

 “Azioni e Idée degli Anni Settanta in Italia” (Action and Ideas: The 1970’s in Italy) Museum Villa  Croce, Genoa, Italy

           “Interni Roma”(Inside Rome)  Parco della Musica, Rome, Italy

                The Palio della Giostra della Quintana,  Foligno, Italy
2006      “Le Strade Di Roma”, Palazzo Poniatowski, Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy

“Three  Artists” Gallery of  Contemporay  Art, Ciampino, Italy

2005           “Good Heart” Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

“Western Biennale” (curated by Edward Lucie Smith), Natsoulas Gallery, Davis, CA.

“ Un’Estate Italiana”   Die Galerie, Frankfurt, Germany

“Gli Anni Settanta,” Cannaviello, Milan, Italy

“Mirror, Mirror”  Florence  Lynch  Gallery New York, N. Y.

 Shanghai Biennale of Art, China

2004      “Oltre: Art of the 21st Century” Galleria Tondinelli, Rome, Italy 

“Iconica Sicilia 2004” Italian Factory (curated by A. Riva), Italy

“Figurative Art from Italy” Die Gallerie, Frankfurt, Germany

“Italian Master Drawings: 1540 to the Present,” The Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA

         “Il Fascino Indiscreto della Pittura” Maniero Gallery, Rome, Italy

2003      “D’ Apres” Galleria Gagliardi, Turin, Italy

             “The Madonna in Contemporary Art” The Pantheon, Rome, Italy

             The European Parliament, Brussels

             “Thirty Three Women” Thomas Ammann Fine Art, Zurich, Switzerland 

             “Immagine dell Essenza” Open Art Gallery, Florence, Italy

2002      “Desire” Museum of Modern Art, Bologna, Italy

“Red as a Color for Exploration and Expression,” Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

             “Artists of the Ideal” Palazzo Forti, Verona, Italy

             “The Sea, the Sea…” Art Upstairs at Glenn Horowitz, East Hampton, NY

             “80s” Italian Cultural Institute, London, England

             “Sorvegliare e Punire,” Arte Contemporahea Gallery, Udine, Italy

2001      “Between Earth and Heaven,” Oostende Museum of Modern Art, Belgium

             “Crossroads – Incroci,” Castello Colonna, Genazzano, Italy       

             “Tesori Nascosti – Hidden Treasures,” Museum del Corsi, Rome, Italy

             “Twentieth Century: The Story of Modern Art in Italy” Palazzo Quirinale,
           Rome

             “Shoes or No Shoes?” Museum of Modern Art, Gent, Belgium

    “2000 volte 2000, Arte e Idee per La Pace,” (Art and Idea for Peace) Di Aroma – Villa Ponti. Ed.   Fondazio ne Arte Museo.

2000      Lincoln Center List Collection at the Gallery Lincoln Center New York, NY

             Smetana Hall Municipal Hall, Prague

             “Contemporary Art in Progress”, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art,

Rome

             “Deja Vu”, Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY

             “Documenta”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Pontiac, MI

             “The First 35 Years”, Riva Yares Gallery, Santa Fe, NM 8011/00

1999      “La Pittura Ritrovata, 1978/1998″, Museo del Risorgimento, Rome

             “La Bellezza”, Curated by Maurizio Fagiolo, Appiani Arte, Milan

             Lincoln Center List Collection/Nicola Rukaj Gallery, Toronto

1998      “Ideal and Reality – The nude figure in 20th Century art from Bonnard to Warhol”, Rupertinum Museum, Salzburg, Austria

“In the Shadow of the Gods” Greek Myth and Contemporary Art Museum, Renato Guttuso, Sicily

             “Novecento Nudo”, Museum of the Risorgimento, Rome, Italy            

“On Paper”, Associated American Artists, NY

“Inaugural Exhibition”, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

1997/98 “Pittura Iconica/Image Painting” Museum of Modern Art, Bologna

“L’ombra degli dei/In the Shadow of the Gods”, Istituto Di Storia Dell’Arte, Palermo, Italy

“The Light of The Mediterranean, Palazzo Bricherasio, Turin, Italy   

1997      “Form & Function of Drawing”/”From Head to Toe”

             Fragments of the body- Frankfurt Kunstverein, Germany,

         “Von Kopf Bis Fuss”- Kunstraum Innsbruck, Burgenlandische-Galerie. Ursula
     Blickle Foundation, Germany, Eisenstadt Austria
     “1980:  Galleria, Planita, Rome, Italy
     “Figured” Associated American Artists Gallery, New York, NY

1996      “Myths and Magical Fantasies,” California Center for the Arts Museum, Escondido, CA

             “The Borghese and their Art,” Cultural Center Borghese, Tuscany, Rome

             “Anthology,” Trevi Flash Art Museum, Trevi, Italy

             “The Room of the Marvelous,” Palazzo Cuttica, Alessandra, Italy

             “Per Grazia ricevuta,” Ciocca Arte Contemporanea, Milan, Italy

“La Profondita dello Sguardo,” Trevi Flash Art Museum, Trevi, Italy

1995      “Myth and the Classic in Contemporary Italian Art, 1960-1990,” Fortezza Firmafede, Sarzana, Italy

             “XXVII Premio Vasto: Italian Art in the Last Century – Art Povera to

             Post Modern,” Istituto di Philippo Palazzi e Comune di Vasto, Vasto, Italy

1993      “Deus ex Charta,” Studio d’Arte Cannaviello, Milan, Italy

             “The Purloined Image,” Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, MI  

         “Masquerade-The Mask as Art,” Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los
     Angeles, CA
     “Noah’s Ark,” Trevi Flash Art Museum, Trevi, Italy
    “All the Streets Lead to Rome,” Palazzo Delle Esposizioni, Rome

1992      “National Exposition of Art,” Quadriennale D’Arte Di Roma, Rome, Italy

1991      “Unalternative Europa,” Museum of Art, Palazzo Dei Diamanti, Ferrara, Italy

1990      “Il Mondo delle Torri da Babilonia a Manhattan,” Palazzo Reale, Comune di Milano,       Milan

1989      “Open Mind-Closed Circuits,” Museum van Hedendaagse, Kunst, Ghent, Belgium

“2000 Jahre die Gegenwart der Vergang Heit,” Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn, Germany

“Italian Art in Russia,” Art Center, Moscow and Exhibition for Contemporary Art, Leningrad

“Ten Years of Acquisitions 1979-1989,” Civico Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Milan, Italy

1988      “Mnemosyne, or the Theater of Memory,” Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt

             “Classical Myth and Imagery in Contemporary Art,” Queens Museum, NY

1987-88      “Reason and Emotion,” Edinburgh International Exhibition, Royal Scottish
      Academy of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, Edinburgh

“Memory and Imagination,” Royal Scottish Academy of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, Edinburgh, Scotland

1987      “Exotisme au Quotidien,” Palais des Beaux-Arts, Charleroi, Belgium

             “Modern Myths, Classical Renewal,” Boise Art Museum, Boise, ID (traveling)

             “State of the Art,” Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, England

             “Avant-Garde in the Eighties,” Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LA, CA

1986      “Neo Neo-Classicism,” Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY

“Vom Keichnen: Aspekte der Keichnung, 1960-1985,” Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt        

             Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA    

“Aspekte der italienischer Kunst 1960-1985,” Osterreiches Museum for Angewande Kunst, Vienna, Austria
“Second Sight; Biennal IV”, San Francisco Museum Of Art, SF, CA
Sydney Biennal, Sydney Australia     
“Classical Myth and Imagery in Contemporary Art”, Queens Museum, NY

1985      Akron Museum of Art, Akron, OH

“A New Romanticism: Sixteen Artists from Italy,” Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.

“Metaphor and/or Symbol: A Perspective on Contemporary Art,” National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan

1984-85      “El Arte Narrativa,” Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City and P.S.I., Long
     Island, NY

1984      “Via New York,” Musee d’Art Contemporain, Montreal, Canada

             “Alibis,” Centre Georges Pompidou, Musee National d’Art Moderne, Paris

“Content: A Contemporary Focus, 1974-1984,” Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C., Germany

             “A Different Climate,” Stadtische Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf

“An International Survey of Recent Painting and Sculpture,” Museum of Modern Art, NY, NY

“Art in the Mirror,” XLI Esposizione Internazionale d’Art, Biennale de Venezia, Venice, Italy

1983      “XXIII Biennale d’Arte Roma Milano,” Palazzo Gottifredi, Alatri, Italy

1982      “Aperto XL Esposizione Internazionale d’Arte,” La Biennale di Venezia, Venice, Italy

             “Documenta 7,” Kassel, Germany

1981      “XVI Bienal de Sao Paulo,” Pavihao Armando Arruda Pereira, Sao Paulo, Brazil

             “Drawings,” Sperone Westwater Fischer, New York, NY

1980      “Arte e Critica 1980″, Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, Rome, Italy

             “Neuerwerbungen” Galerie Rudolf Zwirrner, Cologne, Germany

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY SINCE 1980:

2009      Art at Lincoln Center the Public Art & List Print & Poster Collection , p 187

2008      Belloni, Fabio “La Mani Decapitata” – Transavanguardia Fra Disegno e Citazione” (The Hand Decapitated- Transavantgarde Between Drawing and Quote) p. 260

2007      Goodman, Jonathan. “Carlo Maria Mariani.” Art in America. April 2008.
Tomassoni, Italo; Anni Settanta, Artisti Italiani Fra Cronaca e Mito “Editori Laterza” (The 60’s, Italian Artists of Myth) p. 106-141-149-150-158-163-214-231.

Pincus–Witten, Robert Carlo Maria Mariani. exhibition catalogue Francis N. Naumann Gallery

2005           Tessiner Zeitung, Carlo Maria Mariani, September 12, 2005, Germany

Kopp-Marx, Michaela “Zwichen Petrarca und Madonna” (Der Roman Der Postmoderne)

Beatrice Buscaroli, Carlo Maria Mariani, September 10, 2005, Il Domenicale, Italy Alessandra

Radaelli, Mariani. La caduta degli dei (The Fall of the Gods), October 2005, Arte, Italy

Oates, Leah  “Magical Landscapes” NY Arts Magazine, April 2007  p. 71

Riva, Alessandro “Carlo Maria Mariani: The Myth and His Vision” Exhibition Catalogue, Palazzo Te Mantova

2004      Riva, Alessandro, Carlo Maria Mariani Luca Pignatelli: On The Appian Way

             Rizzoli, The Nude in Art

    Armitage, Diane, “Carlo Maria Mariani: Memory and the City” THE Magazine, November, p. 46

Calvesi Maurizio, “Of Politically Incorrect Art”, Maniero Gallery catalogue

Marx, Michaela, “Zwischen Petrarca und Madonna; Der Roman der Postmoderne, p.177-180,255.

2003      “A Challenge to Contemporary Taste”, Hermitage Museum Magazine, April, London, England St. Petersburg, Russia

Lucie-Smith, Edward, Art Tomorrow, Vilo International, London, England pg. 113

Ebony, David,  “ Curve, The Female Nude Now” Rizzoli, New York, p. 146-
147.

             Radaelli, Alessandra,  “Mariani a New York, ” Arte, May 2003, p. 62.

    Ebony, David,  “Carlo Maria Mariani’s Eternal Cities,” Art in America, October 2003, p. 110-114, 167

             Rosenblum, Robert, “Carlo Maria Mariani,” exhibition catalogue.

2002      Guzzi, Domenico “L’Anello Mancante,” Figurazione in Italia negli anni ’60 e ‘70” (Figuration in Italy 60’s and 70’s) Vol. I p. 23,530,554. Vol.II p. 133. Editori Laterza

Coltri, Marcella, “Carlo Maria Mariani.  L’Ultimo dei neoclassici alla ricerca della bellezza”, Arte, January 2002, p. 175      

             Nott, Robert, “Seeing Red”, The New Mexican, February 2002, p. 21-22

Oliva, Achille Bonito,  “The 80s” Carlo Maria Mariani catalogue exhibition, Italian Cultural Institute, London, England

             Riva, Alessandro, “Corsi & Ricorsi,” Arte, June 2002

2001      Ebony, David, Carlo Maria Mariani, Huber Editions, Frankfurt, Germany

             Boatto, Alberto, Crossroads, Campisano Editore, Rome, Bumber 177, 178, 179

    Lucie-Smith, Edward, Between Earth and Heaven: New Classical Movements in the Art ofToday, Museum of Modern Art, Oostende, Iannoo, Belgium, p. 79-93, 218-219

Von Uwe,Wittstock, “Verpasste Chance Verlorenes Jahrzehnt” Die Welt February 3,2001

Lucie-Smith, Edward, Movements in Art Since 1945, Thames and Hudson, London, England

             Pratesi, Ludovico, Tesori Nascosti, Bulgari, p. 34

    Ebony, David,  “Readymade Ideals: Elements of Architecture in the Paintings of Carlo Maria

             Mariani,” The Classicist, No. 6, N. Y. p. 91-97

    Weiss, Marian Wolberg “Honoring the Artist: Carlo Maria Mariani” October 5, 2001 Dan’s Papers

             Cover Image and article p. 65

                       A. Riva, Arte, December 2001, p. 81  

2000      Calvesi, Maurizio, Ginsborg, Paul Novecento: The History of Art in Italy, Skira, Geneva & Milan, p. 36, 374, 375, 396, 397

di Maurizio, Gregorini, “’Lavori in corso’: testimonianza e riflessione della nostra epoca,” Italia Sera, 5/11/00

di Ludovico, Pratesi, “La Rassegna Diciotto artisti alla Galleria comunale nell’ex Peroni,” La  Republica, 5/11/00

             Franceschetti, Gianni, “Lavori in corso 10,” Rinascita, 5/19/00

    “Carlo Maria Mariani”, feature Bravo, Arts &Minds, aired February in Canada and United States

Rosenblum, Robert, “Encounters: Remembrance of Art Past”, London, National Gallery/Yale, 8-23

Riva, Alessandro Mariani – The Past and the Grand Future, ARTE, September 2000, Milan, Italy

    “35 Anni di Mostra tra Europa e America” Gian Enzo Sperone. Hopefulmonster. Italy. Vol. I p. 55-57, 58-63 Vol. II p. 313, 356/357

1999                McCarthy, Gerard, “Carlo Maria Mariani at Hackett-Freedman”, Art in America, September, p. 135

             Kangas, Matthew, “Of Mind and Matter”, Seattle Times, May 13, p. 24

             “Arte da premiare” ARS, February, p. 102-104,

Calvesi, Maurizio, “Un classicismo d’ avanguardia”, p. 108-111

Martin, Aimee, “This Artist Is Not Content to Rest on His Laurels” Southampton Press, 1/14/99

1998           Cannaviello 68/98, Cannaviello, Milan, Italy                                               

Gomez, Edward, “Past is Present”, Art & Antiques, Dec. p. 60-66

Cherubini, Laura, “A Conceptual Painter: Carlo Maria Mariani”, ars mediterranea, N.1,

             Barcelona, Spain, p. 46-55       

Mary Schneider Enriquez, “Carlo Maria Mariani” Artnews, March, p. 172    

Chiori Santiago, “U.S. Collectors Discover Mariani”, Artnewsletter, Vol.XXIII, No. 11, January 27

             A. Brizzi, La Pittura Delle Gioie/Painting Gems, Bulgari, Rome, Italy

             L’Osservatore Romano, Citta del Vaticano, Anno CXXXVIII, N.34, February

1997      Eccher, Daniel, “Italian Art, the last forty years” Carlo Maria Mariani, Electa, p. 206-209,236,

1997      M,Vescovo, Nineteen hundred Nudes, p 33, 34, Viviani Arte, Rome    

Von Kopf / Big Fuss: Fragmente des Korpers, Ursula Bickle Stiftung, Kraichtal und Edition           Stemmle AG, Zurich, p. 82      

Bourdon, David, Depicting the Inexplicable, Associated American Artists, catalogue with color reproductions

             Riva, Alessandro, Mariani Dada nel’70  Arte, Italy, July p. 82-84

    Bonetti, David, Contemporary art’s complex charm, San Francisco Examiner, May 6     

Ebony, David, Carlo Maria Mariani, Dialogues, Hackett-Freedman, SF,CA, (catalogue with color reproductions)

Jeromack, Paul, “Mariani at Associated American Artists”, Art & Auction, November p. 62

             Area (politica-Comunita-Economia), Anno II, N. 20, December

             Il Giornale Dell’Arte, Anno XIV-N.159, October

             Johnson, The New York Times, Art Review, November 21

             Kuspit Donald, Dialektik der Dekadenz, Tertium Stuttgart, p. 47-50   

1996      Kuspit, Donald, Idiosyncratic Identities, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, MA, p. 153-176

Jencks, Charles, What Is Postmodernism? Art and Design, London   

Anthology, Trevi Flash Art Museum, Trevi, Italy (exhibition cat.)

Cherubini, Laura, “Mortal Sin,” Studio d’Arte Cannaviello, (catalogue with color reproductions)

             Fiz, Alberto, “Quotations Without Cliches,” Italia Oggi, p. 18

    Grasso, Sebastiano, “Let’s Call it Quits, Old Caryatids,” Corriere della Serra, May 20, p. 27

Tomassoni, Italo, “Carlo Maria Mariani, The Painter of Silence,” Flash Art, Summer #199, p. 56-59

             Cabutti, Lucio, “Carlo Maria Mariani,” Arte Magazine October, p. 92-99

             Senaldi, Marco, “We are all the Worlds Story,” Flash Art, Summer #199, p. 56-
          59

             Pontiggia, Elena, “The Sarcastic Gods of the New De Chirico,” Il Giornale, May  
          21

             Codrington, Andrea, “Figuratively Speaking,” Art & Auction, June, p. 76 – 81

    Lucie-Smith, Edward, Visual Arts in the 20th Century, Laurence King Publishing, London, p. 348

Tomassoni, Italo, “La Profondita dello Sguardo,” Trevi Flash Art Museum, catalogue exhibition   

1995      Bensley, Lis, “Carlo Maria Mariani,” The New Mexican, July 1995

             de Walle, Mark van, “Essential Art in July,” Santa Fean, Vol. 23, p. 56 -57

             Panni, Mario Bruno, “The World of Citation,” Arte, No. 260, March, p. 56-65

             Art in the Twentieth Century, ‘Art in Diversity,’ Longman, Australia, p. 172 -
          177

             Armitage, Diane, “Carlo Maria Mariani, Stillness in Time”, THE, July, p. 71

             Fleming, William, Arts & Ideas, Harcourt Brace, New York, p. 673-675

             Lucie-Smith, Edward, Art Today, Rizzoli, New York, NY

Quiljano, Ana Martinez, “Serene Beauty oneiric works,” Buenos Aires Herald, September 3

             Galli, Aldo, “las Convicciones Viscerales,” La Nacion, August 19, Buenos Aires    

             Ebony, David, “Stillness in Time,” Gerald Peters Gallery, SF, NM Magazine, p.
          71

1994      Ebony, David, “Carlo Maria Mariani,” Art in America, January, p.104

Rama, Claudio, “Carlo Maria Mariani,” Arte, October

1993      McEviley, Thomas, The Exiles Return, Cambridge U. Press, p. 136-144       

Cameron, Dan, “Dreams,” Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York, NY (catalogue with color reproductions)

Rosenblum, Robert, “A Postscript, Some Recent New-Romantic Mutations,” College Art Association, p. 74-84               

Bard,Elin, “Carlo Maria Mariani, “Dan’s Papers, Who’s Here, April, p.16

Kuspit, Donald “The Dialectic of Decadence”

1992      Wilson, William, “The Classical Musings of Carlo Maria Mariani,” Los Angeles Times, March 7

Sullivan, Meg, “Mariani Accentuates the Positive,” Los Angeles Daily News, March 6

             Pontiggia, Elena, “Utopia and the Hat of Angelica,” Il Giornale, January 23

“The Wife of Lot,” 15 Years of Contemporary Art in Italy 1978-1992, Pelizzano, Italy, pp. 16-17

Williams/ Wilson “From Caves to Canvas”

Hansen/ Furulund, “Drommen om Roma” Aschehoug. Norway.

          “Carlo Maria Mariani,” Venice Magazine, April, pp. 75-78

             Carlo Maria Mariani,” Journal of the Print World, Spring, p. 37

             Canem, Alexis, “Moderne Malerei Im Stil Der Altmeister,” Neue Zeut Berlin, Jan.
           23

             Wiedmann, Christoph, “Butleers Bildungs Malerei,” Suddeeutsche Zeitung, Jan.
          10

             Kolsch, Gerhard, “Sich Selbt Regenerierend,” Allegemeine Zeitung, Jan. 9

1991      Rose, Margaret, “The Post-Modern and then Post-Industrial,” Cambridge

Maenz, Paul, “Cologne 1970 -1990, An Avant-Garde Gallery and Art of Our Time,” Gert de Vries, Cologne, p. 255, 259, 262, 270, 288

Murken, Axel and Christa, “Von der bis zur Avantgarde Postmoderne,” Klinkhardt and Biermann, Germany, cover, p. 34,242, 321   Abb. 242

Fox, Howard, “Carlo Maria Mariani – An Abstraction,” Carlo Maria Mariani, Darmstadt, Germany/Los Angeles County Museum of Art       

Wolbert, Klaus, “Gradus Ad Parnassum,” Carlo Maria Mariani, Darmstadt Germany/Los Angeles      

County Museum of Art (catalogue with reproductions)   

             Calvesi, Maurizio, “The Classical Ideal as ‘Ready Made’,”                                                Carlo Maria Mariani, Darmstadt Germany/Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Feester, Sigrid, “Gruppenbild mit Malerfurst,” Frankenthaler Zietung Die Rheinpfalz, Dec. 12

             Hut, Goethes, “Mariani at Mathildenhohe, Ausweg Zuruck Zum                                      Klassizismus,” Frankfurt Allegmeine, Dec. 15, p. 25

             Schlagheck, Irma, “Den Olympischschen Goethe Ernannte Er Zu                                    Seinem Vater,” Art Das Kunstmagazin, Hamburg, No. 12, p. 108-111

1990      McEviley, Thomas, “A Rebellion for a New Time,” Hirschl & Adler Modern, NY, NY (catalogue)

             Jencks, Charles, “Was ist Postmoderne?” Zurich/Munich, S. 24 ff

             Kuspit, Donald, “Carlo Maria Mariani,” Venice Biennial Cannaviello Milan

Pettersson, Jan Ake, “Carlo Maria Mariani,” Drammen Kunstforening, Norway (catalogue)

             Lucie-Smith, Edward, Art in the 1980′s, Phaido Press, Oxford, p. 109-114

             “Bitjutsu Techno,” Vol. 42, No. 627, Japan, Aug., p. 65

             “Artists Talk,” Flash Art, No. 150 Jan/Feb, p. 161

             Tondelli, Pier Vittorio, “Un Weekend Post Moderno,” Bompani, p. 257-262

             Dittmar, Peter, “Review,” Die Welt, May 26

             Christov-Bakargiev, Carolyn, “Review,” Flash Art, No. 157, p. 88-89

             Leibman, Lisa, Contemporanea, Nov., p. 48-53

             McEviley, Thomas, “Constellation of Leo”, Carlo Maria Mariani, p.54-55

O’Neill Jr.. George “Personaggi dell Arte Italiana del ‘900: Ritratti” (Italian Art Personalities: Portraits) C.L.E.B. Gallery Club. p. 55

1989      “Italian Art Now,” Art & Design Academy Editions, St. Martins Press, New York, p. 36-37

Christov-Bakargiev, Carolyn, “Carlo Maria Mariani,” Flash Art, No.152, October/Nov. p. 14

Calvesi, Maurizio, “Review,” L’Espresso, p. 159

“Open Mind, Closed Circuits,” Museum Van Hedendaagse Kunst, Ghent, Belgium

Pohlen, Annelie, “200 Jahre, Die gegenwart der Vergangenheit,” Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn

             Flash Art Estate, Summer No. 151, Flash Art News, p. 6

1988      Pontiggia, Elena, “Mariani trova il suo Parnaso,” Il Gironale, Nov. 6 

Kohn, Michael, “Paradise Revisited,” Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (catalogue)

Cannaviello, Enzo, and Carlo Maria Mariani, “Paradiso Riconquistato,” Bellochio, Flavio, “Carlo Maria Mariani, Flash Art, December/ January, p. 147

             Iannacci, Anthony, “Carlo Maria Mariani,” Artforum, December, p.132

             Cumming, Hugh, “Carlo Maria Mariani,” Art & Design, June, p.17-25

             Barak, Ami, “Carlo Maria Mariani, un neo-piege Classique,” Art Press, April

             Barilli, Renato, “Review,” Corriere della Sera, October 23

             Suvan, Gee, ” Review,” Los Angeles Times, Nov. 11

             Vettese, Angela, “Carlo Maria Mariani,” Flash, October

Vettese, Angela, “Month after Month Returning to the Ancient,” Ore 24,October 24

1987      Norklun, Kathi, “Mariani, Neoclassical Lone Ranger,” Press Telegram, May 24, p. 3

             Nairne, Sandy, State of the Art: Ideas and Images in 1980′s Channel 4 Books

1987      Jencks, Charles, Post-Modernism: The New Classicism in Art and Architecture, Academy Editions, LondonJencks, Charles, “The Post-Avant Garde,” Vol. 3, No. 7/8

Iannacci, Anthony, “Carlo Maria Mariani,” Artscribe International, No. 64, Summer, p. 92-93

             Bird, John”State of the Art,” Artscribe, No. 62, March/April, p. 11,12

             Panicelli, Ida, “Carlo Maria Mariani,” Artforum, Vol. 25, no. 10, Summer, p. 130-
          131

Barnes, Lucinda, Carlo Maria Mariani, University Art Museum, Cal. State University, Long Beach, CA (catalogue)

             Russell, John, review, The New York Times, April 24     

    Tondelli, Pier Vittorio, “Carlo Maria Mariani,” Flash Art, February/March (cover story)

             Fox, Howard, “Avant-Garde in the Eighties,” Los Angeles Times

             Dimitrijevic, Nena, “Alice nei Paesaggi Culturali, Flash Art, Feb/Mar

             Mariani, Carlo Maria, “Solemnis Caerimonia,” Sperone Westwater

Christov-Bakargiev, Carolyn,” “Interview with Carlo Maria Mariani,” Flash Art International, April, no. 133, p. 60-63          

Christov-Bakargiev, Carolyn, “Ritratto Eroicomico Warhol Napolene,” Sole, Mar. 2, p. 23

             Hathorn, Sandy, “Modern Myths: Classical Renewal,” Boise Art Museum, Boise, ID

             Panicelli, Ida, “Review,” Artforum, Summer, p. 130-131 

1986      Poirer, Maurice, “Carlo Maria Mariani,” ArtNews, December

Beal, Graham W.J., “Second Sight Biennial IV,” San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, SF, CA

Fox, Howard N., A New Romanticism, The Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Wash., D.C.

Drier, Deborah, Neo Neo-Classicism, Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY (catalogue)

             Waterlow, Nick, Biennale Sydney, (exhibition catalogue)

             Kohn, Michael, “Review,” Flash Art, Summer

             Dimitrijevic, Nena, “Alice in Culturescapes,” Flash Art, Summer

             Aspekte der italienischen Kunst, 1969-1985, Milan, p. 43, 96. 97

             Calvesi, Maurizio and Marisa Vescovo, “La Memoria del Tempo”

             Oliva, Achille Bonito, “Arte Santa,” Edizioni Essegi, p. 82

1985      Henry, Martin, “Inside Europe, Italy,” Artnews, February

“Metaphor and/or Symbol: A Perspective on Contemporary Art,” National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, p. 61  

             Marcade, Bernard, “Review,” Flash Art, Summer

1984      Feaver, William, “Remembrance of Things Past,” Artnews, September

             Hughes, Robert, “Gliding Over a Dying Reef,” Time, July 2

Rosenzweig, Phyllis, Howard Fox & Miranda McClintic, Content: A Contemporary Focus, 1974-1984, Hirshorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.

McEvilley, Thomas, “On the Manner of Addressing Clouds,” Artforum, Summer

    Kohn, Michael, “Mannerism & Contemporary Art: The Style & It’s Critics,” Arts, March

Greenspan, Stuart, “Gallery-Hopping in Manhattan,” The Wall Street Journal, February 7

Levillayer, Agnes, “Review,” Art Press, Sept.Pincus-Witten, Robert and Phillip Evans-Clark, Via New York, Musee d’Art Contemporain, Montreal

Berger Danny, “Carlo Maria Mariani in his Studio,” Print Collector’s Newsletter, July-Aug

             Gambrell, Jamey, “Review,” Art in America, May

             Kohn, Michael, “Review,” Flash Art, April-May

Larson, Kay, “500 Years from Today, ” New York, Feb 20        

Levin, Kim, Artful Dodgers,” The Village Voice, Feb 7

             Diacono, Mario, “Verso una Nuova Iconographia” Reggio Emilia Tauma               

Argan, Giulio Carlo, “A Different Climate,” Stadtische Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf, Oct.

             Carlo Maria Mariani, Sperone Westwater, new York, (exhibition catalogue)

Russell, John, “Art: Carlo Maria Mariani in Classical Vein,” The New York Times, January 27

Bontempi, Pier Carlo, “Le Musée Perdu” Decoration International Paris, France

1983      Wohlfert-Wihlborg, Lee, “Europe’s Exuberant New Wave Artists,” Town & Country, April

1983      Drier, Deborah, “Mythic Image,” Artnews, March

Owens, Craig, “Honor, Power, and the Love of Women, “Art in America, January

Balmas, Paolo, “The Anachronisms of Art,” Flash Art, Summer & “Review,” Flash Art, April

             Tomassoni, Italo, “L’azione parallela degli ipermanieristi,” Flash Art, Summer    

             Oliva, Achille Bonito, “Avantgarde-Transavantgarde,” Vanguard, May        

1982      Ratcliff, Carter, “On Iconography and Some Italians,” Art in America, Sept.

Liebman, Lisa, “Carlo Maria Mariani at Sperone Westwater- Fischer,” Art in America, February

             Kohn, Michael, “Mariani and Neoclassicism,” Arts, January

             Barilli, Renato, “E’di moda il fuori moda,” L’Espresso, Aug. 8

             Fuchs, R.H., forward to, Documenta 7, Kassel

Cherubini, Laura, “Carlo Maria Mariani; Mario Diacono/Rome,” Flash Art, Summer

Gibson, Michael, “Calmer Times at the Venice Biennale,” International Herald Tribune, 6/19-20

             Grosskopf, Annegret, “Documenta 7,” Stern, June 16

1981      Mussa, Italo, “Carlo Maria Mariani,” Flash Art, Oct/Nov, p 36-38

             Levin, Kim, “Review,” The Village Voice, Nov. 18, p. 72

             Zimmer, William, “(Neo) Classical Gas,” The SoHo News, Nov. 17, p. 55

Marzorati, Gerald, “Art Picks: Carlo Maria Mariani,” The SoHo News, Nov. 17, p. 55

             Blau, Douglas, “Review,” Flash art, Dec/Jan p. 57- 58

Russell, John, “Art: Spirit of 1700′s Haunts a Soho Gallery,” The New York Times, October 30

             Villares, Kuiz, XVI Bienal de Sao Paolo, Sao Paolo, Brazil

“Gli autoritratti firmati: Io Carlo Maria Mariani,” La Rivista dell’Arte, Vol. XII, No. 108, Ma

Grazioli, Elio, “Carlo Maria Mariani pictor philosophus,” Segno, No.20,       Pescara, p.   39, 3-4 / 81   

Cherubini, Laura, “Rome/Galleria Sperone: Carlo Maria Mariani,” Segno, No. 20, Pescara, p. 39, March/April

Balmas, Paolo, “Rome: coop AAM, Mariani/ Cantafora,” Segno, No.23, Pescara, p. 13, Oct/Nov

Cherubini, Laura, “Rome/Galleria Sperone: Carlo Maria Mariani,” Segno, No. 20, Pescara, p. 39, March/April              

             “Relation et Relation,” Edition Yellow Now, Crisnee, Belgium, p. 183-87

1980      Mussa, Italo, “Carlo Maria Mariani”, De Luca Editore, Rome

             Oliva, Achille Bonito, “Carlo Maria Mariani” Corriere della Sera, November 16     

Barilli, Renato, L’Espresso, Rome, December 23

Mussa, Italo, “La Via inattuale dell’arte,” Controspazio, Edizioni Dedalo, Anno XII, no. 1-6, p. 252-254

AWARDS:

Feltrinelli prize from the Academia dei Lincei in Rome

COLLECTIONS:

The Guggenheim Museum, New York
Lincoln Center, New York
The Tate Gallery, London, England
Frye Museum, Seattle, Washington
The Civic Museum of Art, Milan, Italy
Groninger Museum, Groninger, Netherlands
Etude De Maître, Charbonneaux, France
Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Kemper Collection, Kansas City, Kansas
Kunstsammlugen-Schlossmuseum, Weimar, Germany
Università degli Studi di Parma, Flash Art Museum, Trevi, Italy
Museum of Modern Art, Rome, Italy
The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii
Guild Hall, East Hampton, New York; Library of Congress, Washington D.C. The Bellagio, Las Vegas, Nevada
Collection Borghese, Rome, Italy
The Bulgari Collection, Rome, Italy
Millenium Hotel, New York; Rosewood Collection, Dallas, Texas
The Cresent Collection at the Phillip Johnson Building, Dallas, Texas
Banca d’Italia, Rome, Italy
Foundation Cassa di Risparmio, di Foligno, Italy
Mougins Museum of Art, Mougins, France
Museo di Palazzo Forti, Verona, Italy
Franklin Mint, Philadelphia, Pensylvania
The Resnick Collection, Los Angeles, California
The Steve Wynn Collection, Dallas, Texas
Mikado Film, Rome, Italy
Fondazione Maramotti Museum, Reggio Emilia, Italy
The Eric Clapton Collection, London England

STEVEN ASSAEL

Born: New York, NY, 1957

Education:

1975-79 Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
1977 Independent Study in Europe, Pratt Scholarship

Teaching:

1985-Present School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
1991-92 Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
1999-Present Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
1997-Present New York Academy Graduate School, New York, NY

Awards:

1980 and 1990 Elizabeth T. Greenshields Grant, Montreal, Ontario
1977 Charles Romans Award
National Academy of Design, New York, NY
1975 Pratt Institute Full Scholarship, Brooklyn, NY

Selected One Person Exhibitions:

2010 Steven Assael: Illusions of Reality, Patty & Jay Baker Naples Museum of Art, Naples FL
2009 Steven Assael: Paintings & Drawings, Carol Gallery Craven, Vineyard Haven, MA
2009 Steven Assael: New Paintings & Drawings, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2008 The Old Hat Club, High School of Art and Design, New York, NY
Steven Assael: Drawings Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2007 Steven Assael: Drawings, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Steven Assael, Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL
2005 Steven Assael: New Paintings & Drawings, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2004 Steven Assael: Drawings & Paintings, Cress Gallery of Art, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Chattanooga, TN
Steven Assael: 20th Century Figurative Master, Lowe Gallery, Atlanta, GA
2002 Steven Assael: Paintings, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2001 Steven Assael: Drawings from 1996-2001, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Steven Assael, Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL
2000 Steven Assael: Drawings, Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL Steven Assael Paintings and Drawings, North Carolina State University at Chapel Hill, NC
1999 Steven Assael: A Decade of Painting and Drawing, Frye Art Museum, Seattle

LAURA ZIEGLER

BORN: Columbus, Ohio, 1927

EDUCATION: Columbus Art School
Ohio State University
The Cranbrook Academy of Art

The artist was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to Italy for the study of polychrome sculpture in 1949 and studied under Pericle Fazzini.

ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

1955 Galeria Schneider, Rome, Italy
1956 O’Hana Gallery, London, England
Duveen-Graham Gallery, New York, NT
1956-58 Venice Biennali, Venice, Italy
1957 Institute of Contemporary Arts, Boston, MA
Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Columbus, OH
1960 Knoedler Gallery, New York, NY
1966 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1967 Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Columbus, OH
1968 La Piramide Gallery, Lucca, Italy
1974 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
1977 Magnes Museum, Berkeley, CA
1980 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1983 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1986 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1995 Libreria Bocca in Galleria, Pietrasanta, Italy
1999 Palazzo del Podesta, Chianti, Italy
2002 Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2014 Man’s Best Friend – The Art of the Dog, Sommerville Manning Gallery, Wilmington, DE
2014 Wives, Daughters and Lovers, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2011  That Seventies Show, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2009 “A Figural Presence”, Chapel Art Center at Saint Anselm College,
Manchester, NH
2006 “Donna Scultura,” Chiesa di Sant’Agostino, Pietrasanta, Italia
1999 “Paintings by Antonio Possenti: Sculpture by Laura Ziegler,” La Melagrana Galleria D’Arte, Italy
1999 “New Visions by Nine Contemporary Women”, Forum Gallery, New York
1999 National Academy of Design: 174th Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
1998 “The Figurative Impulse”, Miami Dade Community College, Kendall Campus Art Gallery, Miami, FL
1997 “Ten from Ohio: In and Out of Bounds”, Hammond Galleries, Lancaster, OH
1997 “172nd Annual Exhibition”, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
1995 “New Looks”, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1993-94 National Sculpture Society, New York, NY
1993 Galleria La Subbia, Pietrasanta, Italy
1992-95 National Academy of Design, New York, NY
1989 Galleria Il Pomarancio, Sarzana, Italy
1988 Galleria Quarto Platano, Forte Dei Marmi, Italy

SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Fuller Museum of Art, Brockton, MA
Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Columbus, OH
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
Cincinnati Museum of Art, Cincinnati, OH
Roy Neuberger Museum
The Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH

SELECTED PRIVATE COLLECTIONS:

John D. Rockefeller
Nelson Rockefeller
Thomas Messer
Arthur Altschul
John Hay Whitney
William Paley
Kate Roosevelt Haddad
Roy Neuberger
Alfred Barr
Charles Lazarus
Fred Lazarus

CYBÈLE YOUNG

EDUCATION:

1990 – 95 Ontario College of Art, Toronto, ON, majoring in sculpture & printmaking

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2015 Cybèle Young: New Paper Sculpture, Some Changes Were Made, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2012 Paperspective, Preston Gallery, Cambridge, ON
Cybèle Young New Works, New Zones Gallery, Calgary, AB
2011 Cybèle Young Paper Conversations, Rebecca Hossack Gallery London, UK
2010 Cybèle Young New Works, Galley Jones, Vancouver, BC
2009 Cybèle Young, The Visual Arts Center of Clarington, ON
We Just Missed It, Queen Specific, Toronto , ON
2008 Cybèle Young – Introducing, two-person show, Forum Gallery, LA
Cybèle Young – “Are you finished with that?” Open Studio Gallery,
Toronto, ON
2007 Cybèle Young, Ill-Fated Compositions, Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art, Calgary, AB
Cybèle Young, Edward Day Gallery, Toronto, ON
2006 Cybèle Young: New Works, Gallery Jones, Vancouver, BC
2005 Next in the Gallery… Cybèle Young, Herron Gallery, Indianapolis, IN
New Prints, Open Studio Print Sales Gallery, Toronto, ON
2004 Is it then already?, Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art, Calgary, AB
2003 Introducing Cybèle Young, Newzones Gallery of Contemporary Art, Calgary, AB
Toys that Linger, recent prints, constructions & bronzes, Prime Gallery, Toronto, ON
2002 Let’s go this way: recent print constructions, Prime Gallery, Toronto, ON – catalogue
2001 small sculpture, Prime Gallery, Toronto, ON
What Happened To My House?, Open Studio Gallery, Toronto, ON
2000 Recent Constructions, Prime Gallery, Toronto, ON
1998 Natural Resources: Prints and Other Matter, The Far-Fifty, Toronto, ON

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2017 Seeing With Our Own Eyes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2016 20/21 – VISIONARY ARTISTS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2015 Miniatures: Small Contemporary Works, University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, WY
2013 Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
W.O.P., Forum Gallery, New York, NY
45th Annual Collector’s Show & Sale, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
2012 Uncommon Ground: Alternative Realities, Forum Gallery, New York, NY Perception of Self, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery, 1962-2012, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2011 Peace on Earth: Art Against War, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
43rd Collectors Show & Sale, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
Vantage Point, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2010 Contemporary Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture: A Summer
Selection, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2009 Cybèle Young & Holly Lane, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2008 Cybèle Young & Holly Lane, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
New Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2007 The Feminist Figure, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Cheongju International Craft Biennale, Cheongju, Korea
2006 Group Show, Edward Day Gallery, Toronto, ON
The Power of Two, Visual Arts Centre of Clarington, Bowmanville, ON
Illumination Escapade, Bishop’s University, Foreman Art Gallery, Sherbrooke, QUE
2005 Group Show, Edward Day Gallery, Toronto, ON
2004 Happy Art For a Sad World (Invitational), Spike Gallery, New York, NY
Manifesta: Vision and Mastery in Contemporary Craft, Gallery Stratford, Stratford, ON
2002 Filling the Void, Art Gallery of Ontario, Art Rental and Sales Gallery, Toronto
Tea Party Four, Prime Gallery, Toronto, ON
2001 Tea Party III, Prime Gallery, Toronto, ON
Transformed Images, The Society of Arts and Crafts, Boston, MA
Paper Stories, Uncommon Objects, York Quay Centre, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, ON
False Greening, Uncommon Objects, York Quay Centre, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, ON
2000 Fervent Precincts, The Great Canadian Printmaking Competition, 2000 Award Recipients & Honorable Mentions, Edward Day Gallery, Toronto, ON
Contemporary Art Exhibition, Cedar Ridge Gallery, Toronto, ON
1999 The Art of Reading: Books and Non-Books, Institute of Contemporary Art, Maine College of Art, Portland, ME
Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto City Hall
1998 Tea Party II, Prime Gallery, Toronto, ON
Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto City Hall
Biennale Internationale D’Art Miniature ‘98 (finalist), Salle Augustin-Chénier, QC
The Art of the Book 98, Can. Bookbinders & Book Artists Guild, an international show
1997 Summer Show of Printmakers, The Far Fifty, Toronto, ON
For the Love of Letterpress, The Far Fifty, Toronto, ON, a show of letter press artists

ANNUAL EXHIBITIONS:

Art Hamptons, Dallas Art Fair, Art Naples (FL), , Works on Paper (NY), Affordable Art Fair (NY), Art LA, Art Chicago, Toronto International Art Fair, Art London, Art Miami (FL), San Francisco International Art Exhibition, Scope L.A., Sculpture Objects and Functional Art, Texas Contemporary

ARTICLES AND REVIEWS:

2013 Paper Play, Sandu Publishing/Gingko Press, Hong Kong
2012 Koval, Ann, Paper Doll, Owens Art Gallery, Mendel Art Gallery – Catalogue
Baxter, Meaghan, The Bold and the Delicate, Fast Forward, March 2010
2010 Cherry, Marylynn, Cybèle Young, Visual Arts Centre of Clarington – Catalogue
Lettingwell, Edward, National Review – Holly Lane and Cybèle Young, Art in America, May 2010
2008 Dault, Gary Michael, The Wonders of Washi, Globe and Mail, June 2008
Perfect Paper, PageOne Publishers, Singapore
2007 Madsen, Bjarke, Miniature Works Score Big, Now Magazine, July 2007
Dault, Gary Michael, Review, Globe and Mail, July 2007
Goddard, Peter, Review, Toronto Star, August 2007
Jordan, Betty Ann, Art, Toronto Life Magazine, Spring 2007
Cameron, Amy, Good Things Come in Small Packages, Maclean’s Magazine, May 2007
Isherwood, Barbara, It’s a Small World After All, Fiberarts Magazine, March/April 2007
2005 Kennedy, Carolyn, Stealing the Show, Canadian Home & Country, April 2005
Inspiration: Keeping Up Appearances, Wish Magazine, September 2005
2004 Dault, Julia, Five Exemplary Exhibitions, National Post, October 14, 2004
Wagman, Shawna, Small World: Cybèle Young’s Beautiful Paper Chase, Elle Canada, September 2004 (text and image p.54)
2003 Canadian Art Magazine, Summer 2003, page 20
LeManne, Michelle, Hot Ticket, Avenue Magazine, June 2003 (text and image p22)
Jordan, Betty Ann, Art, Toronto Life Magazine, Spring 2003
Cameron, Amy, Good Things Come in Small Packages, Maclean’s Magazine, May 26, 2003
Isherwood, Barbara, It’s a Small World After All, Fiberarts Magazine, March/April 2003
2001 Jordan, Betty Ann, Drawing Conclusions, WHERE Toronto, March 2001

GRANTS/AWARDS/COMPETITIONS:

2015 Ontario Arts Council “Mid-Career Project Grant”
2014 Canada Council for the Arts “Project Grant”
2013 Toronto Arts Council “Mid-Career Level II Artist Grant”
2012 IBBY Canada Cleaver Award for ‘A Few Blocks’ Groundwood Books
Amelia Frances Howard Gibbon Award – shortlist ‘A Few Blocks’ Groundwood Books
Canadian Booksellers Association – Libris Award – shortlist ‘Ten Birds,’ KidsCanPress
2011 Governor General’s Award for Illustration – ‘Ten Birds,’ KidsCanPress
Canada Council for the Arts “Paris Residency Grant” (May – August 2011)
2010 Toronto Arts Council “Mid-Career Level II Artist Grant”
Ontario Arts Council “Exhibition Assistance Grant”
Ontario Arts Council “Mid-Career Project Grant”
K. M. Hunter Award – shortlist
2009 Toronto Transit Commission St Clair W. Streetcar Shelter Public Art
2008 Ontario Arts Council “Exhibition Assistance Grant” – x2
Ontario Arts Council “Mid-Career Artist Grant”
K. M. Hunter Award – shortlist
Open Studio Print Award – honorable mention
2007 Open Studio Nick Novak Scholarship, 2007-08
Ontario Arts Council “Exhibition Assistant Grant”
Canada Council for the Arts “Project Grant”
2007 Toronto Arts Council “Mid Career Level II Artist Grant”
2004 Ontario Arts Council “Emerging Artist Grant”
2001 Toronto Arts Council “Emerging Artist Grant”
Canada Council for the Arts “Emerging Artist Grant”
2000 Ernst & Young Great Canadian Printmaking Competition 2000, 2nd prize
Nominated for Governor General’s Award for Children’s Book Illustration
1999 Ernst & Young Best Original Print Award, Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition
Arts Toronto Protégé Honours Award
1998 Artists’ Boxmaking Award, “The Art of the Book 98″, Can. Bookbinders & Book Artists Guild.
Japanese Paper Place Award, “The Art of the Book 98″, Can. Bookbinders & Book Artists Guild.
Aaron Milrad Best Decorative Arts Award, Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition

COLLECTIONS-SELECT CORPORATE/GOVERNMENT:

Art Bank of Canada, Ottawa, ON
Bank of Montreal
Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs
Ernst & Young
Gryphon Capital Management, San Francisco, CA
Ontario Municipal Employee Retirement System
Russell Investment Group World Headquarters, Tacoma, WA

COLLECTIONS – SELECT PRIVATE
The Japanese Empress Michko Shōda
George Soros
Ben Stiller
Noah Baumbach

BILL VUKSANOVICH

BORN: Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1938

EDUCATION: American Academy of Art, Chicago, IL
School of Professional Art, Chicago, IL

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

1993 Bill Vuksanovich, Drawings and Paintings, Koplin Gallery, Santa
Monica, CA
Beyond The Mirror’s Reflection: The Incisive Vision of Bill
Vuksanovich, The University of Akron, Akron, OH
1990 Bill Vuksanovich and Kathryn Myers, Struve Gallery, Chicago, IL

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
2013 45th Annual Collector’s Show & Sale, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
2010 2010 Collector’s Show & Sale, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
2008 New Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2007 The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary Works on Paper,
Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2006 Creative Imaginings: The Howard A. and Judith Tullman Collection,
Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, AL
2005 Important New Works by Forum Gallery Artists, Forum Gallery, NY
2004 Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2003 Modern and Contemporary Portraits curated by Townsend Wolfe,
Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2002 Representations: The Art of Drawing, Schick Art Gallery, Skidmore
College, Saratoga Springs, NY
2001 About Face, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
Identities: Contemporary Portraiture, New Jersey Center for Visual
Arts, Summit, NJ
2000 Drawing V, Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Favorite Selections from Sherry French Gallery: Recent Landscape,
Still Life, and Figure Paintings and Sculpture, Gallery MAC,
Manhattan Athletic Club, New York, NY
Painting=Poetry-ut pictura poesis, Sherry French Gallery, New York,
NY
Contemporary American Realism III, M.A. Doran Gallery, Tulsa, OK
Flowers in February, Sculptures and Still Life Paintings, Sherry
French Gallery, New York, NY
Contemporary American Realist Drawings: The Jalane and Richard
Davidson Collection, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
1999 The Art of Collecting, The Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, MI
Group Show,” M.A. Doran Gallery, Tulsa, OK
Flowers in February, Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY
1998 Art in Bloom, Hurlbutt Gallery, Greenwich, CT
Collector’s Show, The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
Drawings II, Koplin Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Flowers in February, Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY
1998- Re-Presenting Representation III, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
1997
The Art of Collecting, The Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, MI
1997 Collector’s Show, The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
Gallery and Invited Artists, Sherry French Gallery, New York
1996 Collector’s Show, The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
American Realism, Bennett Galleries, Knoxville, TN
Mind + Eye + Hand + Heart, Figurative Drawing, Golden West
College Art Gallery, Huntington Beach, CA
Large Drawings, The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR (catalogue)
Gallery and Invited Artists, Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY
Flowers in February, Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY
1995 Utopia, Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY
Expedition: Utopia-The American Landscape 1995, The Senate Russell
Rotunda, U.S. Capitol, Washington D.C.
Realism 95, Fletcher Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
Flowers in February, Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY
Collector’s Show, The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
1994 Grand Central Gallery, Tampa, FL
Realism in Our Time, Susan Broden Gallery, Madison, WI
Parallax Views, Contemporary Realists Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Flowers in February, Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY
Collector’s Show, The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
1993 Group Show, Sherry French Gallery, Boca Raton, FL
Drawings III, Koplin Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
10Th Year Anniversary Show, Sherry French Gallery, Palm Beach, FL
1992 Contemporary American Realism, Broden Gallery, Madison, WI
National Drawing Invitational,
Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
Philbrook Center, Tulsa, OK
Group Show, Margulies Taplin Gallery, Boca Raton, FL
Flowers: Chicago Botanical Society, Chicago, IL (prize)
1991 Contemporary Midwestern Landscapes, The Gallery, University Club,
Chicago, IL
1990 The Figure: Selections from the Arkansas Arts Center Foundation
Collection, Little Rock, AR (catalogue)
1985 Chicago and Vicinity, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

AT & T
Amerada Hess Corporation, New York, NY
Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Certified Collateral Corporation
Chemical Bank, New York, NY’
Eager Enterprises Inc., Chicago, IL
Kemper Group, Long Grove, IL
MBNA America Bank, N.A. Newark, DE
McDonald’s Corporation, Oak Brook, IL
Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, MA
Northwestern University School of Law, Evanston, IL
Stephens, Inc. Little Rock, AR
Stroud & Waller, Glencoe, IL

SELECTED PRIVATE COLLECTIONS:

Dr. and Mrs. Avrum Bluming Woodland Hills, CA
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Falcone, Jupiter, FL
Dr. and Mrs. Michael N. Neuss, Cincinnati, OH
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Davidson, Chicago, IL
Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Porter, Jr., Little Rock, AR
Judge and Mrs. Stephen L. Grossman, Silver Springs, MD
Mr. Steve Martin, Los Angeles, CA
Mr. Elliot Schiff, Chicago, IL
Mr. George Perutz, Dallas, TX
Mr. Howard A. Tullman, Chicago, IL
Mr. Jack Neely, Tulsa, OK
Mr. Ken Gilman, Columbus, OH
Mr. Lawrence Fisher, New York, NY
Mr. Phil Shorr, Chicago, IL
Mr. Richard Brown Baker, New York, NY
Mr. Richard Chamberlain, Honolulu, HI
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Cohn, Coconut Grove, FL
Mr. and Mrs. Curt Bradbury, Jr., Little Rock, AR
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Finchy, Jr., Little Rock, AR
Mr. and Mrs. David Y. York, Glenview, KY
Mr. and Mrs. Davis H. Roerisch, Winnetka, IL
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kane, Cherry Hill, NJ
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Dyke, Palm Beach, FL
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sowalsky, Potomac, MD
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Taplin, Surfside, FL
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas C. Adams, Charlestown, MA
Mr. and Mrs. Raju Kucherlapati, Darien, CT
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Montgomery, Jr., Palm Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Davis, Marton, NJ, FL
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart S. Janney, III, Butler, MD
Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Lengfelder, Chicago, IL
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pyle, Langhorn, PA
Ms. Ann Gold, Los Angeles, CA
Ms. Anne Weinberg, Evanston, IL
Ms. Deters, Lyndon, KY
Ms. Jan Nicholson, New York, NY
Ms. Libby Grobmeyer, Little Rock, AR
Ms. Lynn R. Coleman, Prairie Village, KS
Ms. Marci Nicholson, Cockeysville, MD
Ms. Marylin Porter, Little Rock, AR
Ms. Patty Criner, Little Rock, AR
P. Sack, San Francisco, CA

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Artner, Alan G. “Craft mans the ship in Chicago and Vicinity Show,” Chicago
Tribune, Sunday, May 12, 1985, Section 13 p.5
“Prize winners announced in Art Institute’s exhibition…” Chicago
Tribune.
Fine, Ruth, Hernandez-Duran, Raymond & Pascale, Mark. “Contemporary
American Realist Drawings,” The Jalane and Richard Davidson Collection, The Art Institute of Chicago, 1999.
Gimelson, Deborah. “Art Notebook: Contemporary Realist Drawings:
Rediscovering the Merits of Representational Work,” Architectural
Digest, p.p. 24, 26, 30.
Kohen, Helen. “Boca’s Gallery Center is one-stop art mart,” The Miami Herald,
November 28, 1992. pg. 3E.
Kapitanoff, Nancy. “Koplin Gallery: Drawing Show Outlines Attitudes, Process
and Ideas,” The Los Angeles Times, August 30, 1992.
Lynch, Kevin. “American Realism Thriving,” The Capital Times, October 15,
1992.
Pagel, David. “Galleries Art Reviews: Madcap Sketching,” The Los Angeles
Times, August 7, 1993.
Shinn, Dorothy. “Vuksanovich show at UA is magnetic,” The Beacon Journal,
October 30, 1993, pp. C5-6.
Thorson, Alice. “Chicago and Vicinity Show/1985,” The New Art Examiner,
October 1985, p. 32, 34.
Weiss, Paulette. “French’s American on 57Th,” WHERE Magazine, July 1997,
p. 25.
Zeaman, John. “Art to grace the office wall: tastes and trends of the corporate
collector,” The Record, Sunday, March 12, 1989, P. E-1
Dunlap, Doree. “Out of the Closet, Confrontational nudes and schoolgirls,” OC
Weekly, March 22-28, 1996, p.23.

TULA TELFAIR

BORN: November 30, 1961

EDUCATION:

2001 M.A.A., Wesleyan University
1986 M.F.A., Syracuse University
1984 B.FA., Moore College of Art

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2017 Tula Telfair: Invented Landscapes, Heather Gaudio Fine Art, New Canaan, CT
2016 Tula Telfair: Invented Landscapes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2015 A World of Dreams: New Landscape Paintings by Tula Telfair
Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV
Louisiana Art and Science Museum, Baton Rouge, LA
2014 A World of Dreams: New Landscape Paintings by Tula Telfair
Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan, University, Middletown, CT
2012 Out of Sight: Imaginary Landscapes by Tula Telfair, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Tula Telfair: Imagination and Tradition, Conde Nast Building, New York, NY
2011 Paintings by Tula Telfair, Heather Gaudio Fine Art, New Canaan, CT
2010 Tula Telfair: Landscapes in Counterpoint, The Florence Griswold
Museum, Old Lyme, CT
2008 Located at the Edge of a Momentary Convergence: New Landscape Paintings by Tula Telfair, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2006 Paintings, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Selected Works, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2004 New Work, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2002 Landscapes by Tula Telfair, Moore College of Art, Philadelphia, PA
2001 Tula Telfair: Paintings, Marquard Bank, Hamburg, Germany
Tula Telfair: New Paintings, DFN Gallery, New York, NY
Tula Telfair: New Paintings, Snyderman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
1999 Tula Telfair: New Work, DFN Gallery, New York, NY
Tula Telfair, Arsenal, New York, NY
New Paintings, Snyderman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Tula Telfair, New York Life Building, New York, NY
1998 Constructed Landscapes: Series III, Snyderman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Constructed Landscapes: Series IV, DFN Gallery, New York, NY
Tula Telfair, Snyderman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
1996 Landscapes, Snyderman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
New Work, Tremaine Gallery, The Hotchkiss School, CT
1995 Rosenberg Gallery, Goucher College, Baltimore, MD
Snyderman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
1994 Snyderman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
Xerox Building, Chicago, IL
1993 Snyderman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT
1992 Kirkland Fine Art Gallery, Millikin University, Decatur, IL
Sampson Art Gallery, Thiel College, Greenville, PA
1991 Five Points Gallery, East Chatham, NY
1990 Blue Hill Gallery, Hudson, NY
1989 Paula Allen Gallery, New York, NY
1988 Paula Allen Gallery, New York, NY
Michael Rockefeller Gallery, SUNY at Fredonia, NY
1986 Mid-Hudson Science and Arts Center, Poughkeepsie, NY
Smith Gallery, Syracuse, NY
1984 Smith Gallery, Syracuse, NY

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2017 Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2016 20/21 – VISIONARY ARTISTS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2014 Re-presenting Representation VIII, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
Works From the Collection, The Hudson River Art Museum, Yonkers, NY
2013 Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
W.O.P., Forum Gallery, New York, NY
45th Annual Collector’s Show & Sale, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
2012 Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2011 Vantage Point 2011, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
The Power of Land, American Embassy, Colombo, Sri Lanka
Group Exhibition, Snyderman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
2010 Contemporary Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture: A Summer
Selection, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Group Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
The Power of Land, American Embassy, Colombo, Sri Lanka
2009 The Platonic Ideal, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Scene in America, Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, NC
Gallery Artists: New Work, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Gallery Artists, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2008 Gallery Artists, New Work, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
New Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2007 The Contemporary Landscapes Show, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Modern and Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
The Art of the Gettysburg Review: Representation in Contemporary
American Painting, Schmucker Art Gallery, PA
The Importance of the Environment, American Embassy, Dhaka,
Bangladesh
Landscape, Snyderman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
The Faculty Show, Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, CT
2006 The Importance of the Environment, American Embassy, Dhaka,
Bangladesh
New Work by Gallery Artists, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Summer Exhibition, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2005 Summer Days, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Gallery Artists, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Tula Telfair: New Paintings, Snyderman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
2004 Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
NYC, DFN Gallery, New York, NY
American Embassy in Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal
Works by Forum Gallery Artists, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Works on Paper, Snyderman Gallery, Philadelphia, Pa
Skies and Scapes, DFN Gallery, New York, NY
Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
NY City, DFN Gallery, New York, NY
2003 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2002 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Stux Gallery, New York, NY
DFN Gallery, New York, NY
Tom Androla Gallery, Houston, TX
2001 Stux Gallery, New York, NY
New Gallery, Houston, TX
DFN Gallery, New York, NY
Snyderman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
2000 The Discovery Museum, Bridgeport, CT
New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Summit, NJ
1999 Dumbo, Brooklyn, NY
DFN Gallery, New York, NY
TIAA CREF, New York, NY
Snyderman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Forrest Scott Gallery, Millburn, NJ
DFN Gallery, New York, NY
1998 Delaware Art Museum, Annex Gallery, DE
Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
DFN Gallery, New York, NY
1997 Berman Museum of Art, Ursinus College, Collegeville, PA
Elaine Langone Center Gallery, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA
Hurlbutt Gallery, Greenwich, CT
Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
1996 Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
Snyderman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
1995 Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
Peter Joseph Gallery, New York, NY
Snyderman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
1994 Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
Snyderman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
1993 Bent F. Larsen Gallery, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT
Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, NM
State of the Art Gallery, Ithaca, NY
The Hammond Galleries, Lancaster, OH
Redding Museum of Art, Redding, CA
Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY
Five Points Gallery, East Chatham, NY
1992 College Art Gallery, SUNY at New Paltz, NY
Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
Stedman Art Gallery, Rutgers University, NJ
A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY
Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, CT
1991 Newport Art Museum, Newport, RI
Couturier Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Erector Square Gallery, New Haven, CT
1990 Graham Horstman Gallery, Denton, TX
Westminster College Art Gallery, New Wilmington, PA
Redding Museum of Art, Redding, CA
Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin, TX
The Nave Museum, Victoria, TX
Cultural Activities Center, Temple, TX
Dishman Art Gallery, Lamar University, Beaumont, TX
1989 Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX
Shore Art Gallery, Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX
Dutchess County Armory, Poughkeepsie, NY
Holman Gallery, Trenton State College, Trenton, NJ
Valeur, Rhinebeck, NY
Hopkins Art Center, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
1987 The Alternative Museum, New York, NY
Mid-Hudson Science and Arts Center, Poughkeepsie, NY
1986 Paula Allen Gallery, New York, NY
Michael Rockefeller Gallery, SUNY at Fredonia, NY
Lowe Art Gallery, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
1984 Cheltenham Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
1983 Paley/Levy Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
1980 State Capital Rotunda, Harrisburg, PA
1978 Harrisburg Art Museum, Harrisburg, PA

CURATED EXHIBITIONS:

2016 The Seniors, Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT
2015 The Seniors, Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT
2014 The Seniors, Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University,
Middletown, Ct
2013 The Seniors, Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University,
Middletown, CT
2012 The Seniors, Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University,
Middletown, CT
2010 Selections from The Florence Griswold Museum, The
Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lyme, CT

PUBLICATIONS AND REVIEWS:

2016 Tula Telfair: Invented Landscapes, Henry Adams and Michael S. Roth, ABRAMS, 2016. MONOGRAPH

2015 Weiss, Allie. “Serene Artist’s Studio Lets in Just Enough Scenery To Not Be Distracting.” Dwell, 29, April, 2015.
Tramontana, Lisa. “Landscape Art Draws You In.” BLUSH, March 2015.

Miller, Robin. “Tula Telfair LASM Exhibit Will Show Off Her Epic Vistas.” The Acadian Advocate, January 27, 2015.

2014 Roth, Michael. “Luminous Concreteness.” Zilkha Gallery, 2014.*
Eliasoph, Philip. “Dream World.” Fairfield Living, November/December 2014.
Malinsky, Barbara. “Tula Telfair: A World of Dreams.” Ink Magazine, December 2014: 68-75.
Foster, Christine. “ Imaginary Landscapes.” Wesleyan Magazine, 10 December, 2014.
Dunne, Susan. “Tula Telair’s ‘World of Dreams’ At Wesleyan.” The Hartford Courant, 4 November, 2014:
“Tula Telfair.” New York Talent Magazine, 1 March, 2014.
New York Times, 19 October, 2014: 7.
Lockman, Sharifa. “Dive Into Telfair’s ‘World of Dreams’ at Zilkha Gallery.” The Argus, 17 September, 2014

2013 Bennett, Rick. “Earth, Air and Water: Contemporary Landscape
Painting.” AEQAI, September 22, 2013

Leggio, Gail. “Framing Nature.” Newington-Cropsey Cultural
Studies Center, Fall 2013

2011 Clinton, Hillary Rodham, “Our Accord with the Earth. “Art in Embassies Exhibition, 2011.*

2010 “Tula Telfair Exhibition at the Florence Griswold Museum.”
Museumpublicity.com, 5 April 2010.

“Florence Griswold Museum to Show Works by Contemporary Artist Tula Telfair.” Artdaily.org, 22 April 2010.

Leggio, Gail. “Keep it Fresh: Contemporary Artists Exploring Tradition.” American Arts Quarterly Summer 2010.

Kobasa, Stephen. “Krieble Gallery at Connecticut’s Griswold Museum Features Landscapes of Tula Telfair.” Artes Magazine 3 June 2010.

Barry, Amy. “Imaginary Places You’re Sure You’ve Seen Before.” The Times 27 May 2010: 1, 14.

Traditional Fine Arts Organization. “Tula Telfair: Landscapes in Counterpoint. American 20th-21st Century Landscape Painting.” TFAO, 2010.

Barry, Amy. “Imaginary Places You’re Sure You’ve Seen Before.” Theday.com, 27 May 2010.

Hartford Courant 22 April 2010: 2.

Beem, Edgar Allen. “The Intellectual Landscape: Tula Telfair at the Griswold Museum.” Yankee Magazine 14 April 2010.

Whitcomb, Robert. “Manipulating Landscape.” This New England 20 April 2010.

“Tula Telfair at the Florence Griswold Museum.” Grace Magazine 22 March 2010.

“Florence Griswold Museum to Feature Tula Telfair’s Landscapes in Counterpoint.” Art Knowledge News April 2010.

“Complementary Landscapes.” The Day.Com, 20 April 2010.

“Tula Telfair’s Oil Paintings to be on Display at Local Museum.” Sisteen Art Gallery April 2010.

“Florence Griswold Museum to Show Works by Artist Tula Telfair.” Fine Arts News April 2010.

“Tula Telfair’s Landscapes in Counterpoint.” Curatedfag.com, 12 April 2010.

“Florence Griswold Museum to Show Works by Contemporary Artist Tula Telfair.” Artdaily.org, 11 April 2010.

2009 Meyer, Ruth. “Mirroring Air, Earth, Water.” The Artist’s Magazine
May 2009: 36-43.

“Tula Telfair.” American Arts Quarterly. Vol. 25. No. 3. 2009.

2008 The Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center Online. “Tula Telfair Exhibition Review.” The Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center. Summer 2008.

Pesci, David. “Working the Blank Canvas.” Wesleyan Magazine. Issue II. 2008: 24-29.

Apartment Therapy Online. “Tula Telfair.” Apartment Therapy. 25 July 2008.

“Tula Telfair: Located at the Edge of a Momentary Convergence: New Landscape Paintings.” Forum Gallery. 2008.

2007 Goodrich, John. “Transported by the Traditional.” The New York Sun 5 July 2007.

Hutton , Molly S. and Stitt, Peter. “Art of the Gettysburg Review: Representation in Contemporary Painting.” The Gettysburg Review 2007.

Butenis, Patricia A. “United States Embassy Dhaka ART in Embassies Exhibition.” US Embassy Dhaka February 2007.

2006 Hutton, Molly S. “Big Skies: The Imaginary Landscapes of T. Telfair.” The Gettysburg Review Autumn 2006: 414-424.

Fishko, Robert. “Tula Telfair.” Forum Gallery. 2006.*

Mallarkey, Maureen. “The Extraordinary is Everywhere.” The New York Sun 16 March 2006.

“Art.” The New York Sun 4 April 2006.

“Tula Telfair: Paintings.” NYC.com, 2006.

The New York Sun 21 March 2006, illustration.

2005 Bartlet, Olivia. “Telfair Paints from Memory Via Her Heart.” The
Wesleyan Connection 5 May 2005.

Sims, Carol. “US Artists: Going Strong,” Antiques and the Arts Online 2 November 2005.

2004 Mallarkey, Maureen. “Contemporary Landscapes. ” The New York Sun 26 August 2004.

Morton, Julia. “Land equals Power.” The New York Press 18 August 2004.

Fishko, Robert. “Tula Telfair, New Work.” Forum Gallery. 2004.*

Orville O. Clarke, Jr. “ Tula Telfair.” Artscene. Vol. 23 No. 8. April 2004.

2001 Lombardi, Dominick. “Tula Telfair, New Paintings.” DFN Gallery and
Snyderman Gallery, 2001.*

2000 Ortiz, Benjamin. “Forces of Nature.” The Discovery Museum. 2000.*

Cohen, Nancy. “On the Horizon: Landscape at the Millennium.” New Jersey Center for Visual Arts. 2000.*

Zimmer, William. “Drama in Nature: Burning Oil Fields, Cascading Water.” The New York Times 6 February 2000.

“Gallery Show Examines Landscape.” The Independent Press March 2000.

Bischoff, Dan. “Millennial Landscapes.” The Star Ledger March 2000.

Moss, Lynne. “Context is Everything: New York Artist Tula Telfair Redefines Landscape Painting by Uniting Romanticism with Minimalism. ” American Artist Summer 2000.

1999 “Picks.” NY Arts. Vol. 4. No 11. 1999.

“Q&T With Tula Telfair.” NY Arts. Vol. 4. No. 6. 1999.

Sozanski, Edward. “Art, Museums and Galleries.” The Philadelphia Inquirer 22 October 1999.

Hanover, Lisa Tremper; Riley, Gresham. “Tula Telfair, New Paintings.” Snyderman Gallery and DFN Gallery. 1999.*

Zimmer, William. “Drama in Nature: Burning Oil Fields, Cascading Water.” The New York Times 6 February 1999.

1998 Neff, Eileen. “Tula Telfair, Constructed Landscapes: Series III and IV/” Snyderman Gallery and DFN Gallery. 1998.*

Sozanski,Edward. “Art, Museums and Galleries.” The Philadelphia Inquirer 20 February 1998.

“Everything Old is New Again.” The Player April 1998: 64-66.

1997 “Diverse Exhibits on View at Trio of Area Museums.” Times – Harold
28 March 1997.

“The Arts.” The Philadelphia Inquirer 23 March 1997.

“New Exhibit on View at Ursinus.” The Mercury 30 January, 1997.

“The Pastoral Experience for Today’s World.” Greenwich Times 20 April 1997.

Barnes, Lisa, and Zucker, Barbara. “The Contemporary Landscape.” Berman Museum. 1997.*

“Pastoral Experiences at Hurlbutt Gallery.” Greenwich Times 12 March 12 1997.

“Hurlbutt to Open its Most Elegant Show.” Greenwich Post 7 March 1997.

1996 “Tula Telfair.” ARTbibliographies. Vol. 27 No. 1. 1996.

“USArtists 96.” Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. 1996.*

Schriber, Le Anne. “Light Years.” Lyons and Burford. 1996 (Book Jacket Cover).

1995 Warteck, Edward. “The Rules of Beauty: The Paintings of Tula
Telfair.” Rosenberg Gallery. 1995.*

Giuliano, Mike.”Exhibits Showcase Painters Going Back to Nature.” 13 September 1995.

1994 Camper, Fred. “Landscapes of the Mind.” Chicago Reader 22 May
1994.

Snodgrass, Susa. “Tula Telfair.” Peter Miller Gallery. 1994.*

Breverman, Harvey. “Drawing 1993.” Brigham Young University. 1994.*

“Scene and Unseen.” Eastern New Mexico University. 1994.*

1992 “Landscapes on Broadway.” The New Villager 16 December 1992.

Shine, James, G. “Art + Environment = SUNY Exhibit.” Daily Freeman 17 July 1992.

Phillips, Lisa. “Rutgers National ’92 Works on Paper.” Stedman Art Gallery, Rutgers University.1992.*

1990 Hobson, Marlena. “Points of View II – Women’s Art, Westminster
College Art Gallery.” Westminster College. 1990.*

“The Education of Painters: A Symposium.” Alliance of Independent Art Colleges.1990.*

McLean, Richard. “The Image of the Horse.” Redding Art Museum. 1990.*

1989 Percy, Ann, and Ribgy, Bruce. “National Drawing ’89.” Trenton State College. 1989.*

Walker, Barry. “At the Edge, A National Print and Drawing Exhibition.” Laguna Gloria Art Museum. 1989.*

Mitchell, Annette. “In Black and White.” Art New England February 1989.

1988 Yellin, Deborah. “Tula Telfair/Linda Cunningham.” 108 Review
January/February 1988.

“Preview.” Buffalo Evening Observer 15 July 1988.

1987 “From The Files: Curator’s Choice.” The Alternative Museum. 1987.

* Catalogue

GRANTS, AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS:

2016 Wesleyan University Project Grant
2015 Walter Gropius Master Artist, Huntington Museum of Art
2015 Wesleyan University Project Grant
2014 Wesleyan University Project Grant
2013 Wesleyan University Project Grant
2012 Binswanger Prize for Excellence in Teaching
2012 Wesleyan University Project Grant
2011 Wesleyan Project Grant
1998 Distinguished Honorary Artists Committee, MacDowell Colony
1994 MacDowell Fellow, Peterborough, NH
1989- Wesleyan University Supplementary Grant in Support of Scholarship
(1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003)
1984-86 Syracuse University Graduate Fellow
1984 Marion Locks Award for Excellence in Painting
1980-84 Moore College of Art Traveling Fellowship
1983 W.W. Smith Foundation Grant
1980 Pennsylvania State Women’s Caucus Art Award
1978 Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Arts Fellowship

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

Arkansas Art Center
Barclay’s
Barnabas Health
Beck’s Beer
Brauerei Beck & Company
Cablevision
The Chubb Group
City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office
Creedon Keller and Partners
Deloitte Touche
Epoch Investment Partners, Inc.
The Federal Reserve Bank
General Electric Corporation
The Grand America Hotel
Hanseatic Corporation
Hudson River Museum
The Huntington Museum of Art
Invenergy
Katten Muchin Rosenman L.L.P.
Marquard Bank
Mastercard Corporation
Medicis Corporation
Metropolitan Life
The Millbrook School
Moore College of Art
NBC Universal
The New Orleans Museum of Art
Oblon, Spivak, McClelland, Maier & Neustadt, P. C.
Omni Hotels
Redding Art Museum
Russ Corporation
Ruth Chenvin Foundation
Savoy Restaurant
Seven Bridges Foundation
St. Barnibis Health Care Systems
Southpoint Capital Advisors, LP
Steelcase Corporation
Syracuse University
TD Bank
Tower Group
Trenton State College
U.S. Department of State
VanGuard Collection
Vlasic Corporation
Wesleyan University
Wiley Publishing
Women’s Health U.S.A.
Zilkha & Company

MARIA TOMASULA
(b. 1958)

Education

1989 Northwestern University, MFA, Graduate Fellowship
1987 University of Illinois at Chicago, BFA, Summa Cum Laude

One Person Exhibitions

2018 All the Breath We Can Hold, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2010 “Saturation: New Paintings by Maria Tomasula,” Brainard
Gallery, Tarble Arts Center, Eastern Illinois University,
Charleston, IL
2008 Rapture, Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame, IL
Flow, Zolla/Lieberman Gallery, Chicago, IL
2006 Solo Exhibition, Snite Museum of Art, Notra Dame, IN
2005 “Meridian,” Zolla/Lieberman Gallery, Chicago, IL
2004 “Vast,” Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2003 “Second Nature,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2000 “Accretion,” Zolla/Lieberman Gallery, Chicago, IL
1999 “Corpus,” Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN
1998 “Encanto,” Mexican Fine Arts Museum, Chicago, IL
“Recognitions,” South Bend Museum of Art, South Bend, IN
1997 “Im/Mutable,” Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
“Convergence,” Snite Museum of Art, Notre Dame, IN
1995 “Devotion and Dominion,” Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
“Maria Tomasula,” Vander Velde Gallery, Trinity College, Palos Heights, IL
1994 “Desire and Devotion,” Deson-Saunders Gallery, Chicago, IL

Selected Group Exhibitions

2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2017 Seeing With Our Own Eyes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2016 20/21 – VISIONARY ARTISTS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2015 Love: The First of the 7 Virtues, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY
2014 Wives, Daughters and Lovers, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2013 Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2010 Contemporary Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture: A Summer
Selection, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2010 “Sacred and Profane,” Portsmouth Museum of Fine Arts, Portsmouth, NH
2009 “Summer Selections,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2008 “Contemporary American Realism: 2008 Biennial,” Fort Wayne
Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN
2007 “An Eye For Detail: Works by Selected Artists,” Forum Gallery,
Los Angeles, CA
2007 “The Feminist Figure,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2006-7 “Transitional Objects: Contemporary Still Life,” Neuberger
Museum of Art, SUNY Purchase College, Purchase, NY
2006 “Collective Imaginings: The Howard A. and Judith Tullman
Collection”, Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, AL (catalogue)
2003 “Larger than Life: Women artists making it big,” Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, PA
2002 “Recent Acquisitions,” Mexican Fine Arts Museum, Chicago, IL
“New Works by Forum Gallery Artists,” Forum Gallery, NY
2001 “Dreams and Dreamers,” Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago,
IL
“Obsessive Drawing,” Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts,
DE
2000 “The Object Considered,” Columbus College of Art & Design,
Columbus, OH (catalogue)
“Libidinal,” Thomas Blackman Associates, Chicago, IL
“Self-portraits,” Printworks Gallery, Chicago, IL
1999 “New Visions by Nine Contemporary Women,” Forum Gallery,
New York, NY
“Examination and Practice: Painting in the Late 20th Century,”
Cardinal Stritch University, Milwaukee, WI
“WILDflowers,” Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY (catalogue)
“Exquisite Corpse,” Printworks, Chicago, IL
“New Acquisitions from the Permanent Collection,” Warner
Gallery, South Bend, IN
“Al Paso del Tiempo: Day of the Dead, the Mexican Fine Arts
Museum, Chicago, IL
1998 “Flora,” Elise Goodheart Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY
“New Season,” Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
“Disposition: Replacing the Figure,” Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago,
IL
“Millennium Art & Architecture,” Graham Foundation, Chicago,
IL
“On Your Mark,” Artemisia Gallery, Chicago, IL
1997 “Out of Eden,” Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art &
Design, Kansas City, Missouri (catalogue)
“The Chicago/Indiana Connection,” Brauer Museum of Art,
Valparaiso, IN (catalogue)
“Natural Selection,” Peter Mille Gallery, Chicago, IL
1996 “(Un)Earthly Delights,” State of Illinois Gallery, Chicago and
Illinois State Museum, Springfield, IL (catalogue)

“Accretion,” Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
“New Art Examiner Benefit Exhibition, SPACE Gallery, Chicago,
IL
1994 “Timely and Timeless,” The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary
Art, Ridgefield, CT (catalogue)
“Gravity and Grace,” Marguerite Oestreicher Fine Arts, New
Orleans, LA
“Contemporary Realists,” Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design,
Milwaukee, WI
“(Un)Real,” Gibson Gallery, State University of New York at
Potsdam, NY
1993 “Selections,” Artemesia Gallery, Chicago, IL
“The Dreamer Awakens,” Deson-Saunders Gallery, Chicago, IL
1992 “Finesse,” Deson-Saunders Gallery, Chicago, IL
“New Sensations,” Deson-Saunders Gallery, Chicago, IL
1991 “Home is Where the Art Is,” N.A.M.E. Gallery, Chicago, IL
1990 “Domestic Realisms,” C.A.G.E., Cincinnati, OH
1989 “Reverse Angle,” Transcultural Exchange, Chicago, IL and
Kulturverein Transcult, Vienna
“Union League Club Exhibition,” Union League Club, Chicago,
IL and Prince Street Gallery, Chicago, IL

Grants and Awards

The Michael P. Grace Endowed Chair in Arts and Letters, University of Notre
Dame
Howard Foundation Grant
Graduate Fellowship, Northwestern University, Department of Art Theory and
Practice
Andrew W. Mellon Preceptorship, Northwestern University
Phi Kappa Phi Scholarly Project Grant (University of Illinois at Chicago
Chapter)

Selected Bibliography:

Goings On About Town – Art. “New Visions.” The New Yorker August 23 &
30, 1999: Galleries-Uptown 30.
Grisham, Esther. “Encanto: Contemporary Still Lifes by Maria Tomasula.”
Dialogue: Voicing the Arts, January/February 1999: 14.
Braff, Phyllis. “Flora.” The New York Times 9 August 1998: Art Reviews.
Artner, Alan. “Latest from Tomasula intrigues in new ways.” Chicago
Tribune 18 Sept. 1997: Tempo 2.
Kuspit, Donald, Robert Sill, and James Yood. (Un) Earthly Delights
Springfield: Illinois State Museum, 1996.
Holg, Garrett. “Maria Tomasula.” ARTnews, Dec. 1995: 155.
Maxwell, Douglas F. Timely and Timeless, The Aldrich Museum of
Contemporary Art, 1994.
Raynor, Vivien. “An Optimist’s Eye in Ridgefield,” The New York Times 5
December 1993: 30.

Professional Experience

1994- 2006 University of Notre Dame, Department of Art History and
Design: from 2002, the Michael P. Grace Endowed Professor of Arts and Letters; from 2000, Associate Professor; from 1994, Assistant Professor

Collections

The Howard A. and Judith Tullman Collection, Chicago, IL
The Seven Bridges Foundation, Greenwich, CT

Andrea J. Smith
(b. 1965)

Education:

Bachelor of Education (Arts & Crafts), Melbourne University, Victoria, Australia

1994-97 Certificate of Completion, Drawing and Painting Curriculum, The Florence Academy of Art, Florence, Italy

Awards:

1997 Recipient of Highly Commended, A.M.E Bale Art oil/acrylic Award, Caulfield, Victoria, Australia
1998 Pat Corrigan Artist’s Grant, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
First Prize, Oil Painting Section, A.M.E Bale Art oil/acrylic Award, Caulfield, Victoria, Australia
1999 Recipient of A.M. E. Bale Travelling Scholarship, Caulfield, Victoria, Australia

Exhibitions:

1995 The Florence Academy of Art Alumni and Staff Exhibition, Italian Cultural Institute, San Francisco, CA
1996 The Florence Academy of Art Alumni and Staff Exhibition, C. Duncan Connelly Gallery, Atlanta, GA & the Appleton Museum of Fine Art, Ocala, FL
1997 The Florence Academy of Art Alumni and Staff Exhibition, St. Peter’s Hall, London
A.M.E Bale Art Award, Cauldfield, Victoria, Australia
1998 Camberwell Art Show, Camberwell, Victoria, Australia
A.M.E Bale Art Award Exhibition, Cauldfield, Victoria, Australia
“The New Masters,” Grenning Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY

Solo Exhibition, Grenning Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY
1999 A.M.E Bale Art Award, Caulfield, Victoria, Australia
2000 Three Person Show, Grenning Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY
“Aim for Artists,” Federation of Canadian Artists, Vancouver, BC, Canada
2001 Carol Craven Gallery, West Tisbury, Martha’s Vineyard, MA
2003 “Realism Revisted,” The Florence Academy of Art, Panorama Museum, Bad Frankenhausen, Germany
2004 “Classically Inspired”, The Union League Club, New York, NY
2008 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

One-Person Exhibitions:

2008 “Andrea J. Smith,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2002 “New Paintings,” Forum Gallery, Los Angeles
1998 “Still Life Exhibition,” Grenning Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY

Teaching Experience:

1996-2001 Drawing

The Florence Academy of the Art, Florence, Italy

BERNARDO SICILIANO

BORN: Rome, 1969

ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

2010 Nude City, Musuem of Contemporary Art, Rome
2010 Bernardo Siciliano, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2006 New Paintings, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2005 Jet-Lag, Chiostro Del Bramante, Rome
Bernardo Siciliano, Palazzo dei Ragione, Milan
2004 Bernardo Siciliano, Galleria Forni, Milan
2003 New Work, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2002 New Work, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2001 Galleria Il Gabbiano, Rome
Studio Forni, Milan
2000 Spazio Italia, Italian Heritage Culture Foundation, Los Angeles, CA
Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL
1999 Urban Views, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Galleria Il Gabbiano, Rome
1996 Along the River in the Summer: Art Under the Sun, Lungotevere della
Vittoria, Rome
Under 30, Galleria Il Gabbiano, Rome
1995 Galleria Il Gabbiano, Rome
1993 Ritratti, Galleria Appiani Arte Trentadue, Milan
Portraits, Galleria Il Gabbiano, Rome
1991 Galleria Il Gabbino, Rome
1986 Galleria Carlo Virgilio, Rome

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2013 Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2011 Vantage Point 2011, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2009 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2007 The Contemporary Landscape, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2004 NYC, DFN Gallery, New York, NY
Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2003 The New York Collection 2003-2004, Albright Knox Museum, Buffalo, NY
Italian Factory: La nuova scena artistica italiana, (traveling) Santa Maria
della Pietà, Venice; European Parliament, Strasbourg; Palazzo della
Promotrice delle Belle Arti, Torino.
2002 Figurazione, by Alessandro Riva, Studio Forni, Milano
2001 Wandering Europeans by Marco Di Capva, Galleria Forni, Bologna
2000 Sui Generis, P.A.C, Milan
1999 Absolut, Invitational Art Biennial, Los Angeles, CA
Emergenti, Galeria Forni, Bologna
Sulla Pittura: Artisti Italiani sotto i 40 anni, curated by Marco Goldin,
Palazzo Sarcinelli, Conegliano
1998 Da Fattori a Burri: Roberto Tassi and the Painters, Palazzo Sarcinelli,
Conegliano
Il nuovo ritratto in Italia, Spazio Consolo, Milan
1997 Proposals from Il Gabbiano, Galleria Il Gabbiano, Rome
1996 21st Quadrennial Exhibition, Italy 1950-1990: The Latest Generation,
Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome
New Italian Figuration, La Posteria, Milan
The Other Art?, Plazzo Berberini, Rome
Works on Paper, Galleria Il Gabbiano, Rome
Without Borders, Galleria Forni, Bologna
Under 30, Galleria Il Gabbiano, Rome
Arte sotto il sole: Lungo il fiume d’estate, Lungotevere delle Vittoria,
Rome
1995 Homage to the First 100 years of Cinema, Galleria Il Gabbiano, Rome
1994 Contemporary Masterpieces, Rocca di Umbertide, Umbria
Italian Landscapes, Palazzo degli Affari, Florence
1993 Art Through Image, Galleria Appiani Arte 32, Milan
Young Artists IV, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome
1992 Foregrounds and Distances, Galleria dei Serpenti, Rome
1991 The Form of Essences, Galleria Mitzi Sotis, Rome

AWARDS:

2001 Premio Cairo Communication, Milan
1998 XXXII Prix International d’Art Contemporain, Montecarlo

WADE SCHUMAN

BORN: Cambridge, MA, July 12, 1962

EDUCATION:

1983-86 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, CFA
1980-81 Rhode Island School of Design, Foundation Program

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2007 Wade Schuman, Sins and Visions, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2004 Wade Schuman, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
Wade Schuman, Sordoni Art Gallery, Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, PA
Wade Schuman, Alva de Mars Megan Chapel Art Center, Saint Anselm College, Manchester, NH
2001-02 Wade Schuman: Aspects of View, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1999 Wade Schuman, Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV
1994 Wade Schuman, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Wade Schuman, The More Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2017 Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2016-17 Contemporary Old Masters, Louisiana Art & Science Museum, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
2016 20/21: Visionary Artists of the 21st Century, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
The Conference of Birds, Shirley Fiterman Art Center, New York, NY
Ballpoint, Sugarlift Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2015 Barely Imagined Beings II, Harold B. Lemmerman Gallery, New Jersey
City University, Jersey City, NJ
Barely Imagined Beings, Proto-Gallery, Hoboken, NJ
Tribeca Ball 2015, New York Academy of Art, NY, NY
2013 W.O.P., Forum Gallery, New York, NY
45th Annual Collector’s Show and Sale, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock
2012 Perception of Self, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012, Forum
Gallery, New York, NY
After School Special, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY (January 17 – February 5)
Wildlife in the Post-Natural Age, Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, Brooklyn, New York
2011 Peace on Earth: Art Against War, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
International Paper Art Exhibition and Symposium. Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, China (May 20 – June 14)
Uncovered, New York Academy of Art at Eden Rock Gallery, St. Barthelemy, French West Indies
2010 Looks Good On Paper, DFN Gallery, New York, NY (Feb 3 – March 6)
Private (dis) play, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Water/Bodies, New York Academy of Art at Eden Rock Gallery, St. Barthelemy, French West Indies
Art Chicago, Forum Gallery, Chicago, IL
2009 Legacies: Works by 12 Former Students of Elizabeth Osborne and Sidney Goodman. The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
2008 Direct Encounters, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Contemporary Masters, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
The Collector’s Opportunity, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2007 The Contemporary Landscape, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary Works on Paper,
Forum Gallery, New York, NY
An Eye for Detail, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Art Chicago, Forum Gallery, Chicago, IL
Art Miami, Forum Gallery, Miami, FL
Art at the Armory, Forum Gallery, NY
2006 To Be, Or Not To Be, Four Hundred Years of Vanitas Painting, Flint
Institute of Arts, Flint, MI
Why The Nude? Contemporary Approaches, The Art Students League of
New York, New York, NY
Art at the Armory, Forum Gallery, NY
Art of Representation / Figures, Alva de Mars Megan Chapel Art Center, Saint Anselm College, Manchester, NH
2005 Figurative Impulse, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Animal Tales, DFN Gallery, New York, NY
2004-05 Art Chicago, Forum Gallery, Chicago, IL
Art At The Armory, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Through American Eyes, Two Centuries of American Work from the Collection of the Huntington Museum of Art, traveling curated show:
The Taft Museum, Cincinnati, OH.
The Morris Museum, Morristown, NJ.
Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX.
Louise Wells Cameron Art Museum,
Wilmington, NC. Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, MI.
Krasl Art Center, St Joseph, MI
2003 MFA Faculty Exhibition, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
Realism Now, Boise State University, Boise, ID
The Burbs, DFN Gallery, New York, NY
Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Transforming the Commonplace: Masters of Contemporary Realism,
Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, PA
2002 Aspects of Nature, Gillock Gallery, Evanston, IL
2000 Art from the Sciences, New York Academy of Sciences, New York, NY
Binghamton University Art Museum, Binghamton, NY
175th Annual Exhibition, The National Academy of Design, New York, NY
Looking at Contemporary Art from a Figurative Perspective, The Gallery of Contemporary art, Sacred Heart University, CT
1999-00 Re-presenting Representation IV, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
1999 Walter Gropius Master Workshops Series, Huntington Museum, Huntington, WV
Contemporary Still Lives, The Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach, VA
Ex-Capillary, Allen Sheppard Gallery, New York, NY
1998 It’s Still Life, Forum Gallery, NY
The Figure, Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, GA
The Figurative Impulse, Miami Dade Community College, Kendall Campus Art Gallery, Miami, FL
Art Chicago 1998, Forum Gallery, The Navy Pier, Chicago, IL
San Francisco International Art Expo, Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, CA
1997 Art Chicago 1997, Forum Gallery, The Navy Pier, Chicago, IL
Drawn from the Faculty, New York Academy of Art, NY
The Derriere Guard, The Kitchen, New York, NY
Art at the Armory, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1996 Nature Morte: Contemporary Still Life, Museum of American Art of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Selections: 1984-95, Group Show, Creative Artists Network, Woodmere Art Museum, Philadelphia, PA
The Art Show, Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY
1995 New Looks, Forum Gallery, NY
The Spiritual Dimension, Suzanne H. Arnold Gallery, Lebanon Valley College of Pennsylvania
Hot, K & E Gallery, New York, NY
1994 Peaceable Kingdom, Babcock Gallery, New York, NY
Figure Drawings, The More Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Art Miami, Forum Gallery, Miami, FL
The Art Show, Forum Gallery, Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY
1993 Art Cologne, Germany
FIAC, Grand Palace, Paris, France
1992-93 Hard Choices/Just Rewards II, traveling exhibition of the work of the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, Visual Arts Fellows:
Johnstown Art Museum, Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, Johnstown, PA; Blair Art Museum Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, Hollidaysburg, PA; University Art Gallery, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA; Everhart Museum, Scranton, PA;
Bruce Gallery, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Edinboro, PA; Westminster College, New Wilmington, PA;
The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA
1992 Figurative Eight, Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, Wilmington, DE
Line as Language, Exhibition of Drawings by Nine Pennsylvania Artists, Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, Loretto, PA
1991 Ten Contemporary Philadelphia Painters, Westmoreland Museum of Art, Greensburg, PA
Philadelphia Juvenilia: The Art of Future Past, Levy Gallery, Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, PA
1989-91 Selected member exhibitions, Creative Artists Network Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
1990 Group Show, Allan Stone Gallery, New York, NY
Philadelphia Art Now, Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA
1989 Biennial ‘89, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE
1988 91st Annual Exhibition, Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Port of History Museum, Philadelphia, PA
1987 Exhibition of Pennsylvania Artists, The State Museum,
Harrisburg, PA
The Philadelphia Eye, Pace University Gallery, New York, NY
Asuno Gallery, Washington, DC
Group Show, Asuno Gallery, Washington, DC
1982-86 Summer Exhibitions of Prize-Winning Work, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
1985 88th Annual Exhibition, Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Peale House Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

PUBLICATIONS:

2011 Martin, Charles. “Poems by Charles Martin.” Cover.
2009 Berg, Elizabeth. “Home Safe.” Cover.
2007 Arte, Artists profile on German/Austrian TV.
2006 Kelly, Raymond. “To Be, Or Not To Be, Four Hundred Years of Vanitas Painting.” Exhibition Catalogue, Flint Institute of the Arts, Flint, MI.
2005 Kino, Carol. “Go Figure, Trendy Artists Pick-up Old-Fashioned Habit: Staring at Nude Bodies,” The New York Times, Art & Leisure, April 17, 2005, pp. 1, 26.
McKowen, Rich. “Wade Schuman,” Art New England, Contemporary Art & Culture, regional reviews, Feb/March 2005.
2003-04 Harper, G. Marques. “A Restless Creativity, An Artist in Motion,” Times Leader, The Guide, March 6, 2004, cover story, repro., pp 1, 3, 4.
“Wade Schuman,” The Union Leader, NH weekend, Sept. 30, 2004.
Funke, Erika. “Wade Schuman,” Art Scene, NPR interview, WVIA-FM, 2004.
Fineman, Mia. “Talk of the Town, Critics Love the Painter John Currin, But Why,” Art, Slate.com, Dec. 30, 2003, repro., p. 3.
Bernier, Ronald., Ratcliff, Carter., Fineman, Mia. “Wade Schuman” exhibition catalogue, Sordoni Art Gallery, Wilkes University.
The RBS Gazette, Creative Director of Publication, Editor of issue, Vol. 4. No. 1.
Caprari, Helene. “The Works of Wade Schuman,” The Beacon, March 22, 2004.
“Wade Schuman,” Citizen’s Voice, April 4, 2004, repro., p. 1.
Olsher, Dean. “Tuvan Blues,” The Next Big Thing, NPR interview, WNYC, 2004.
Sozanski, Edward. “Homage To A Master,” Art, The Philadelphia Inquirer, 2004.
2003 “Wade Schuman,” The Gettysburg Review, featured artist, front and back cover, repro., pp 81-88.
“Transforming the Commonplace, Masters of Contemporary Realism,” exhibition catalogue, Susquehanna Art Museum.
Lewis, Zachary. “Realism Exhibit Draws Out the Best,” Art, Sunday Patriot News, Harrisburg, PA, March, 2003, p K6.
“The Burbs, The Influence of Suburban Iconography on Pictorial Art,” exhibition catalogue, DFN Gallery, New York, NY.
The RBS Gazette, Vol. 3 No. 1, Creative Director of Publication.
Faust, Lily. “The Burbs,” M, The New York Art World review, repro. p. 6.
Potochick, Andrea. “Looking To See, Realism Now,” Art, Boise Weekly.
“Realism Now,” Idaho Press Tribune, Nampa, Idaho
2001-02 Grimes, Nancy. “Wade Schuman at Forum,” Art in America, Sept. 2002, review, repro., p. 129.
Johnson, Ken. “Wade Schuman, Aspects of View,” The New York Times, Art in Review, Jan. 4 through 11, 2002.
“Wade Schuman,” The New Yorker, Jan. 12, 2003, review, repro., p. 16.
“From The Front,” Oriononline.org, Orion Magazine, June, 2002.
“David Mamet,” Great American Writers: Vol. 7, repro., p. 928.
Buchanan-Smith, Peter. “Items No. 4, Cat Whiskers,” SPECK, p. 97.
The RBS Gazette, Vol. 2 No. 1, Creative Director of Publication.
The RBS Gazette, Vol. 1 No. 1, Creative Director of Publication.
2001 Brooker, Niccolo, “Drawings by 20th Century & Contemporary Masters”, exhibition catalogue, Forum Gallery
1999 O’Hern, John D., “Re-presenting Represntation IV”, exhibition catalogue, Arnot Art Museum, p.31
1998 Brashear, William M. “Wednesdays Child is Full of Woe, or: The Seven Deadly Sins and Some More Too!” OVG, repro., plate 7.
The Sciences Magazine, New York Academy of Sciences, May/June 1998 issue, pp. 40-42.
1997 Brown, Gerard, “Same Planet, Different Worlds,” The Philadelphia Weekly
“The Unbroken Line,” exhibition catalogue, Museum of American Art.
Rice, Robin. “Nature Morte: Contemporary Still Life,” Art, City Paper.
The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, Fellowship Recipients, 1996, catalogue of recipients work, repro. p. 66.
1994 Sozanski, Edward. “Art,” The Philadelphia Inquirer, Weekend Magazine, September 16, p. 32.
Gallini, Mark. “The Beauty of the Beast,” Seven Arts Magazine, Portfolio, pp. 22-25.
Holsten, Glen. “Wade Schuman, The Seven Deadly Sins,” Television Spotlight, Artist Profile, WHYY, Channel 12.
1992 Boulevard Journal of Contemporary Writing. Vol. 7, Nos. 2, 3, cover
Boulevard Journal of Contemporary Writing. Vol. 7, No. 1. Reproductions pages 93-94.
Banai, Paul. Line as Language, exhibition catalogue, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, p. 19.
1991 Frisk, John. Ten Contemporary Philadelphia Painters, exhibition catalogue, Westmoreland Museum of Art.
Hard Choices/Just Rewards, exhibition catalogue, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, p. 19.
Contemporary Philadelphia Artists, exhibition catalogue, Philadelphia Museum of Art, pp. 119, 150.

AWARDS:

1999 Walter Gropius Masters Workshop Lecture, Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV
1996 NEA/MAAF Regional Fellowship, Painting Award Finalist
Visual Arts Fellowship, Grant for Painting, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts
1995 Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, Painting Award Finalist
1994 Visual Arts Fellowship, Grant for Painting, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts
1991 Visual Arts Fellowship, Grant for Painting,
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts
1990 Award of Excellence, Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA
1987-88 The Mary Post Prize for Painting, The Fellowship Exhibition, Port of History Museum, Philadelphia, PA
York Springs Award, Exhibition of Pennsylvania Artists, State Museum, Harrisburg, PA
1987 Commission, ARA Services Inc., Philadelphia, PA
1982-86 Awards and Honors, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts:
Scheidt Traveling Scholarship for study in Europe
Benjamin West Prize for Outstanding Techniques
Cecilia Beaux Portrait Prize
Daniel Garber Prize for Drawing
Morris Blackburn Print Prize
Alexander Prize
Small Black and White Print Prize
Charles Toppan Prize
1980 Scholastic Arts Award:
Gold Key Award for Outstanding Achievement
Scholarship drawing class, Boston University

TEACHING:

1994-05 New York Academy of Art, Graduate School, New York, NY
Full-time Faculty, Painting Dept. Coordinator, painting, drawing, art history
1990-92 Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, PA, painting and drawing
1992-98 The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA, painting and drawing
1989-05 Private Atelier, New York, Philadelphia, painting and drawing

Lecture/Master Classes:
Brooklyn College, Graduate School of Art
Huntington Museum of Art
Buffalo State College Art School
Boise State University
Wilkes University
Keystone College
Merrywood University
The Seattle Academy of Art

MEGAN RYE

Education:
2003 M.F.A., Painting, University of Minnesota
1998 B.F.A., Painting, Rhode Island School of Design
1998 European Honors Program, Rhode Island School of Design
1998 Art History Concentration, Rhode Island School of Design

Solo Exhibitions:
2011 I Will Follow You Into the Dark, Forum Gallery, New York
2008 Long Night’s Journey Into Day, Burnet Gallery, Chambers Hotel, Minneapolis
2007 I Will Follow You Into the Dark, Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Group Exhibitions:
2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
The American Dream, Kunsthalle Emden, Emden GERMANY; presented jointly with the Drents Museum Assen
2016 American Views, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2014 Man’s Best Friend – The Art of the Dog, Sommerville Manning Gallery, Wilmington, DE
2013 Aquatic: A Day at the Beach, Peninsula Fine Arts Center, Newport News, Virginia
2012 Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery, 1962-2013, Forum Gallery, New York
2011 Peace on Earth: Art Against War, Forum Gallery, New York
ROJO, Galeria Omar Alonso, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Pig Paintings, Galeria Omar Alonso, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico0001241
2007 An Eye for Detail, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles
2006 New Faces, Forum Gallery, New York
2006 Jerome Foundation Fellows, MCAD, Minneapolis
2005 The Figurative Impulse, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles

Awards:
2010 Bush Artist Fellowship
2008 McKnight Foundation Fellowship
2007 Minnesota State Arts Board, Artist Initiative Grant
2005 Jerome Foundation Fellowship
2005 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine
2004 Minnesota State Arts Board, Artist Initiative Grant
2002 Graduate Research Grant, University of Minnesota
2000 Graduate School Fellowship, University of Minnesota

Publications:
New American Painting, Volume 65. Boston: Open Studio Press, 2006.

Bibliography:
Clayton, Chris. We Like You. Here’s $25,000. Twin Cities Metro Magazine.
June 2009.
Blocker, Jane. Essay. McKnight Artists Catalogues. May 2009.
Combs, Marianne. Painting the beauty and ambiguity of the Iraq war. Minnasota
Public Radio. November 25, 2008.
Marsh, Steve. 11.14.08 megan Rye’s Long Night’s Journey Into Day @ Burnett Art
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Hornbacher, Marya. Essay: Seeing War Through Borrowed Eyes. mnartists.org. November 13, 2008.
Abbe, Mary. Art Review: War at a Distance. Minneapolis Star-Tribune. September
21, 2007.
Ann, Klefstad. I Will Follow You Into the Dark. The Rake. September 2007.
Abbe, Mary. See-Worthy : War Mediated. Minneapolis Star-Tribune. August 30,
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Perlman, Tamatha Sopinski. The Terrible, Beautiful Images of War. Arts Magazine.
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Collections:
Weisman Museum at the University of Minnesota, MN

BRIAN RUTENBERG

BORN: South Carolina, 1965
Lives and works in New York City

EDUCATION:

1989 MFA, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
1987 BFA, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2017 Lowcountry: New Paintings, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Clear Seeing Place: The Encapsulating Canvases of Brian Rutenberg, Saginaw Art Museum, Saginaw, MI
LewAllen Galleries, Santa Fe, NM
Hoyt Art Center, New Castle, PA
Tew Galleries, Atlanta, GA
2016 Clear Seeing Place, Bannister Gallery, Rhode Island College, Providence, RI
Scallop Pond, New Paintings, Peter Marcelle Project, Southampton, NY
2015 TEW Galleries, Atlanta, GA
2014 Saltwater, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Paintings by Brian Rutenberg, Cotuit Center for the Arts, Cotuit, MA
2012 River, Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, NC
Toomey-Tourell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2011 Tew Galleries, Atlanta, GA
Brian Rutenberg: Paintings and Drawings, Franklin G. Burroughs – Simeon
B. Chapin Art Museum, Myrtle Beach, SC
I Will Tell You A Place: Paintings by Brian Rutenberg, The Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA
Low Dense, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2009 Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC
Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, NC
TEW Galleries, Atlanta, GA
2008 Palmetto, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Toomey-Tourell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2007 Hickory Museum of Art, Hickory, NC
Galerie Timothy Tew, Atlanta, GA
2006 Toomey-Tourell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, SC
Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, NC
David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, TN
2005 Carolina, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2004 Cress Gallery of Art, University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, TN
Toomey-Tourell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, CA
2003 John Raimondi Gallery, Vitale, Caturano & Co., Boston, MA
Recent Landscape Paintings, Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, NC
2002 Algonquin, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Tippy-Stern Fine Art, Charleston, SC
Artists to Artists, The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation,
Colorado Springs, CO
2001 A Ten Year Survey, Butler Institute of American Art, Warren, OH
Hidell-Brooks Gallery, Charlotte, NC
2000 Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
Tippy-Stern Fine Art, Charleston, SC
Schmidt-Dean Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Toomey-Tourell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1999 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Gallery, Toronto, Canada
A special exhibition sponsored by the Glenn Gould Foundation,
Hidell-Brooks Gallery, Charlotte, NC
1998 Burroughs-Chapin Museum of Art, Myrtle Beach, SC
University of South Carolina-Beaufort, SC
Fine Arts Center of Camden County, Camden, SC
Wells Gallery, Charleston, SC
1997 Schmidt/Dean Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
1996 Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York, NY
Halsey Gallery, College of Charleston, SC
National Library of Canada, Glenn Gould Exhibition Website, Ottawa
1995 Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York, NY
St. John’s Museum of Art, Wilmington, NC
1994 David Klein Gallery, Birmingham, MI
Fridholm Gallery, Asheville, NC
1993 Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York, NY
Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, SC
Fridholm Gallery, Asheville, NC
1992 Fridholm Gallery, Asheville, NC
1989 Francis Marion College Art Gallery, Florence, SC

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2018 Eclipsing 50, Artists From The South Carolina Arts Commission Collection. South Carolina State Museum, Columbia, SC
2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2017 Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, SC
2016 92nd St. Y Art Center, New York, NY
American Views, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
20/21 – VISIONARY ARTISTS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2015 Nature Unbound, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Timothy Tew Gallery, Atlanta, GA
2014 46th Collector’s Show and Sale, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
2013 Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
W.O.P, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
45th Annual Collector’s Show & Sale, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
Rebekah Jacob Gallery, Charleston, SC
Room with a View, Selections from the Permanent Collection, Burroughs-
Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Dark Eye Glances: Romantic Impulse in Landscape, Stedman Gallery at Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts, Camden, NJ
2012 Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery: 1962-2012, Forum
Gallery, New York, NY
Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, AL
State Museum of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
2011 43rd Collectors Show & Sale, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
Vantage Point 2011, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Private Beauty, Martin County Courthouse Cultural Center, Stuart, FL
2010 Contemporary Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture: A Summer
Selection, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, NC
Toomey-Tourell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
TEW Galleries, Atlanta, GA
2009 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
South Carolina Selections: Ideas Distanced from Objects, Greenville County
Museum of Art, Greenville, SC
Abstraction in the South, Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA
25/25, Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, NC
2008 New Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2007 The Contemporary Landscapes Show, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
TEW Galleries, Atlanta, GA
2006 Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary American Art, National Academy
Museum, New York, NY
Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, NC
Eva Carter Gallery, Charleston, SC
Toomey-Tourell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
75th Anniversary Exhibition, Weill Art Gallery, 92nd Street Y, New York, NY
2005 John Raimondi Gallery, Boston, MA
Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC
Burroughs-Chapin Museum of Art, Myrtle Beach, SC
Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, NC
Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA
2004 Transamerica Corporation Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, NC
Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
Toomey-Tourell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Springfield Museum of Art, Springfield, OH
Burroughs-Chapin Museum of Art, Myrtle Beach, SC
Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC
Museum of Art and History, Santa Cruz, CA
Terra Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2003 Ace Gallery, New York, NY
Callen McJunkin Gallery, Charleston, WV
Toomey-Tourell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, NC
2003 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Albright Knox Museum, Buffalo, NY
2002 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Tippy-Stern Gallery, Charleston, SC
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, CO
2002 Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, NC
Hidell-Brooks Gallery, Charlotte, NC
2001 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Tippy-Stern Gallery, Charleston, SC
Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, SC
Toomey-Tourell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2000 Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC
Hidell-Brooks Gallery, Charlotte, NC
Tippy-Stern Fine Art, Charleston
Schmidt-Dean Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Toomey-Tourell Gallery, San Francisco, Ca
1999 The Painting Center, New York, NY
Schmidt-Dean Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Toomey-Tourell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1998 Vancouver Museum, Vancouver, B.C.
Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York, NY
McAllen Art Museum. McAllen, TX
Hidell/ Brooks Gallery, Charlotte, NC
1997 Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Oakland Museum of Art, Oakland, CA
American Academy of Arts & Letters Invitational, New York, NY
Radix Gallery, New York, NY
1996 Janet Fleisher Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York, NY
Art Initiatives, New York, NY
Contemporary Art from the Permanent Collection, Gibbes Museum of Art,
Charleston, SC
1995 Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York, NY
Artists from the Permanent Collection, Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, SC
1994 Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York, NY
Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC
808 Penn Modern Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
1993 Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York, NY
Lee Arthur Studio, New York, NY
Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York, NY
Abstraction Per Se, Pratt Institute Manhattan, NY
Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York, NY
University of Pittsburgh Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
Fridholm Fine Arts, Asheville, NC
1992 Dean Velentgas Gallery, Portland. ME
St. John’s Museum of Art, Wilmington, NC
Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York, NY
1991 Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Janet Fleisher Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York, NY
Piccolo Spoleto Festival, City Gallery, Charleston, SC
1990 Biennial Exhibition, Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC
Foreman Gallery, Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY
Washington Square Art Gallery, New York, NY
Halsey Gallery, College of Charleston, SC
Bill Bace Gallery, New York, NY
1989 – 88 Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY (multiple exhibitions)
City Gallery, Charleston, SC Piccolo Spoleto
1987 Halsey Gallery, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC
City Gallery, Charleston, SC Piccolo Spoleto
Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY (curator: Will Insley)
1986 Beyond Rainbow Row, Charleston County Library, SC
Halsey Gallery, College of Charleston, SC
Lenexa Art Center, Lenexa, KS
Piccolo Spoleto, City Gallery, Charleston, SC
1985 Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC

AWARDS:

2004 Fellowship in Painting, New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA)
2002 Spring Island Trust Award
2000 Peter S. Reed Foundation Award
Sea Island Trust Visiting Artist
1997 Fulbright Scholarship
Artists Work Programme Studio Grant, Irish Museum of Modern Art
1993 Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation
1991 Basil Alkazzi Award USA
Ragdale Foundation Fellowship
1988 MFA Scholarship Award, School of Visual Arts
1987 Laura Bragg Memorial Award

MUSEUM AND PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

Saginaw Art Museum, Saginaw, MI
Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY
Asheville Museum of Art, Asheville, NC
Bank of America, San Francisco, CA
Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL
Burroughs-Chapin Museum of Art, Myrtle Beach, SC
Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH
Carolina First Bank, Greenville, SC
College of Charleston Foundation, SC
The Colony Group, Boston, MA
Comcast Corporation, Philadelphia, PA
Dow Jones & Co., New York, NY
Drive Time, Tempe, AZ
Federal Reserve Bank, Richmond, VA
First National Bank of Chicago, Detroit, MI
Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC
Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, SC
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Hickory Museum of Art, Hickory, NC
Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, TN
The Johnson Collection, Spartanburg, SC
McGladrey, Charlestown, MA
Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA
Naples Art Museum, Naples, FL
Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY
Ogden Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA
The Ozer Group, Needham, MA
Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA
Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Provincetown, MA
Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, CA
Saks Fifth Avenue, San Francisco, CA
St. John’s Museum of Art, Wilmington, NC
Showboat Casino, Inc., Atlantic City, NJ
Springfield Museum of Art, Springfield, OH
Spring Island Trust, Spring Island, SC
South Carolina Arts Commission State Art Collection
Stoneridge Corporation, Warren, OH
Strategic Search Inc., Charlotte, NC
Swiss Re Corporation, New York, NY
University of Arkansas Hospital for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR
Wilmington Trust Co., New York, NY
Yale University Gallery of Art, New Haven, CT

MARK PODWAL

BORN

Brooklyn, New York, 1945

EDUCATION

1970 Doctor of Medicine, New York University School of Medicine, New York.
1966 Bachelor of Arts, Queens College, New York.

HONORARY DEGREE

2003 Doctor of Humane Letters Honoris Causa, Hebrew College, Newton Centre, Massachusetts.

DECORATIONS

1996 Officier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres de la Republique Francaise
1993 Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres de la Republique Francaise

ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS

2017-18 Kaddish for Dąbrowa Białostocka, Yiddish Book Center, Amherst, Massachusetts
2016 Mozart and Prague, Klementinum Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic
2015-16 All This Has Come Upon Us, Jewish Museum of Florida, Miami, FL
All This Has Come Upon Us, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel
Jewish Bestiary, Kulturzentrum der IKG, Munich, Germany
All This Has Come Upon Us, Embassy of the Czech Republic, London, United Kingdom
2014 All This Has Come Upon Us, Terezin Ghetto Museum, Terezin, Czech Republic (catalog)
All This Has Come Upon Us, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ
Old Jewish Town Within Us, Embassy of the Czech Republic, Washington, DC
European Days of Jewish Culture and Heritage, Cross Gallery, New Town Hall, Brno, Czech Republic
Shamayim Jewish Culture Festival, Zadni Synagogue, Trebic, Czech Republic
2013 From Jerusalem to Prague, Espace Rachi: Centre d’Art et de Culture, Paris, France
2012 Jewish Magic in the Art of Mark Podwal, Jewish Museum in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic
Sharing the Journey, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2011 Old and the New: Mark Podwal’s Textiles for the Altneuschul in Prague, Yeshiva University Museum,
Center for Jewish History, New York, NY
Doctored Drawings, Smilow Gallery at NYU Langone Medical Center, New York, NY
2008 Jewish Magic, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2006 Visual Metaphors, Vratislavsky Palac, Prague, Czech Republic
Kabbalistics, Forum Gallery, New York, NY (catalog)
Framed by Words, Yeshiva University Museum, Center for Jewish History, New York, NY
2005 Tales and Illuminations: The Art of Mark Podwal, Yale University, New Haven, CT
2004 A Sweet Year, Skirball Museum, Los Angeles, CA
2003 A Sweet Year, Israel Museum Ruth Youth Wing, Jerusalem, Israel
2001 Of Times and Seasons, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1999 Legends and Visions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1998 Bamscapes, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY
1997 Jewish Dreams, Jewish Museum in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic
1996 Jewish Days, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1995 A Passover Haggadah, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York, NY
1993 A Passover Haggadah, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1990 Ink and Inkling: Mark Podwal, Master of the True Line, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum,
South Hadley, MA traveled to Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA (catalog)
1986 A Jewish Bestiary, National Museum of American Jewish History, Philadelphia, PA
1982 Sir Isaac and Lady Edith Wolfson Museum, Hechal Shlomo, Jerusalem, Israel
1980 A Book of Hebrew Letters, Jewish Museum, New York, NY
1979 A Book of Hebrew Letters, Skirball Museum, Los Angeles, CA
1977 Freud’s da Vinci, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Observations, Judah L. Magnes Museum, Berkeley, CA, (catalog)
1974 Drawings by Mark Podwal, Klutznick Museum, Washington, DC
1973 Lamentations, Jewish Museum, New York, NY
1971 The Decline and Fall of the American Empire, Wickersham Gallery, New York, NY

GROUP EXHIBITIONS (Selected)

2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2017 Musée d’art et d’histoire du Judaïsme, Paris, France
2016 GOLEM, Jewish Museum, Berlin, Germany
The Arch of Titus—from Jerusalem to Rome, and Back, Yeshiva University Museum,
Center for Jewish History, New York, NY
“Come My Beloved…”—Illustrations for the Song of Songs, Jewish Museum in Prague, Prague,
Czech Republic
American Views, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2015 EVIL: A Matter of Intent, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York, NY
2014 National September 11 Memorial Museum, New York, NY
Gourmet Ghettos: Modern Food Rituals, Magnes Collection, Berkeley, CA
2013 As Subject and Object: Contemporary Book Artists Explore Sacred Hebrew Texts,
Museum of Biblical Art, New York, NY
The Seventh Day: Revisiting Shabbat, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion,
New York, NY (catalog)
Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2012 Ten Years of Collecting for the Carle, Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Amherst, MA
The Spectrum of Sexuality, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York, NY
(catalog)
Posters as History: Teaching With Primary Sources, Godwin-Ternbach Museum, Queens
College, Flushing, NY
Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962- 2012, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Text and Context, Columbia/Barnard University Hillel, New York, NY
2011 Modern Artists Illustrate Jewish Texts, Yale University, New Haven, CT
Peace on Earth: Art Against War, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Vantage Point 2011, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2010 Monsters and Miracles, Skirball Museum, Los Angeles, CA traveled to Eric Carle Museum of Picture
Book Art, Amherst, MA (catalog)
Illustrating the Hebrew Bible, Duke University, Durham, NC
“And you shall tell your son…”, Jewish Museum in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic
A Stitch in Jewish Time: Provocative Textiles, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion,
New York, NY (catalog)
Seduced by the Sacred, Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford, CT
2009 Path of Life: Rabbi Loew, Imperial Stables at Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic (catalog)
Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2008 Art of the Times (Times Four), Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
Envisioning Maps, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York, NY
2007 The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2006 Deck Your Halls With Art: A Holiday Group Show, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
From Haven to Home, Skirball Museum, Los Angeles, CA
2005 Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Waldsee-1944, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York, NY
I Am the Rose: Passover Imagined in the Collections of The New York Public Library,
New York Public Library, New York, NY
Celebrating the Fine Art of Children’s Book Illustration, Museum of American Illustration, New York, NY
2004 Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2003 Living Masters! Forbes Galleries, New York, NY
Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
The Art of Aging, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York, NY (catalog)
A Holiday Celebration, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2002 Noah’s Art: Animals in Prints and Drawings, New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA
Visually Speaking, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
2001 Not For Myself Alone, Princeton University Library, Princeton, NJ
Small Worlds, Mizel Arts Center, Denver, CO
A World of Story, Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers, New Brunswick, NJ
The Jewish Holidays, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Gallery Roster, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2000 Drawings by 20th Century & Contemporary Masters, Forum Gallery, New York, NY (catalog)
Celebrating the Fine Art of Children’s Book Illustration, Museum of American Illustration, New York, NY
Picture This! Children’s Book Illustrations, National Museum of American Jewish History,
Philadelphia, PA
1999 Visual Artists Salute Harvey Lichtenstein, Feigen Contemporary, New York, NY
Celebrating the Fine Art of Children’s Book Illustration, Museum of American Illustration, New York, NY
1998 Recent Acquisitions, Princeton University Library, Princeton, NJ
1997 A Jewish Holiday Celebration, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1996 New Beginnings, Skirball Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Collector’s Show, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
Tikvah: Perspectives on Human Rights, Dodd Research Center, Storrs, CT (catalog)
Harrison Celebrates Art, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, New York, NY
Where is God? Jewish Children’s Book Illustrations, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion,
New York, NY
1993 Collecting for the 21st Century: Recent Acquisitions, Jewish Museum, New York, NY
1988 Golem: Danger, Deliverance and Art, Jewish Museum, New York, NY (catalog)
1986 Liberty: The French-American Statue in Art and History, New York Public Library, New York, NY
traveled to the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Palais du Louvre, Paris (catalog)
The Jewish Illustrated Book, Judah L. Magnes Museum, Berkeley, CA (catalog)
1984 The Fantastic Voyage, Yeshiva University Museum, New York, NY
1983 Fine Arts Museum of Long Island, Hempstead, NY
1982 Warheads: Cartoonists for a Nuclear Freeze, Sindin Gallery, New York, NY (catalog)
1979 See and Sanctify: Exploring Jewish Symbols, Yeshiva University Museum, New York, NY (catalog)
1976 The Image of America in Cartoon and Caricature, Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, TX
traveled to Fort Wayne Public Library, Fort Wayne, TX (catalog)
VI Biennale International de l’Affiche, Warsaw, Poland (catalog)
1975 Art in the Judaic Tradition, North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC
1974 Art of the Times, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Palais du Louvre, Paris traveled to
the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux (catalog)
1971 Artists Against the War, Society of Illustrators, New York, NY

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich, Germany
Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Bodleian Library, Oxford, United Kingdom
British Library, London, United Kingdom
Brno Jewish Community, Brno, Czech Republic
Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA
Columbia University, New York, NY
Congregation Agudas Achim, Austin, TX
Derfner Judaica Museum, Hebrew Home at Riverdale, Riverdale, NY
Duke University, Durham, NC
Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Amherst, MA
Espace Rachi, Paris, France
Fogg Art Museum of Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Free Library of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA
Godwin-Ternbach Museum, Queens College, Flushing, NY
Haifa Museum of Art, Haifa, Israel
Hebrew College, Newton Centre, MA
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Museum, New York, NY
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, Skokie, IL
Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ
Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel
Jewish Museum, New York, NY
Jewish Museum in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic
Jewish Museum of Florida, Miami Beach, FL
Jewish Theological Seminary Library, New York, NY
Judiska Museet Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden
Kent State University, Kent, OH
Klementinum, Prague, Czech Republic
Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA
Library of Congress, Washington, DC
Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life, University of California, Berkeley, CA
Mémorial de la Shoah, Paris, France
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Middlebury College Museum of Art, Middlebury, VT
Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS
Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, MA
Museo Sefardi, Toledo, Spain
Museum of the City of New York, New York, NY
National Gallery in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic
National Library of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel
National Museum of American Jewish History, Philadelphia, PA
National September 11 Memorial Museum, New York, NY
New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA
New-York Historical Society, New York, NY
New York Public Library, New York, NY
Northeast Children’s Literature Collection, Storrs, CT
Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Prague Jewish Community, Prague, Czech Republic
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
Skirball Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
Temple Emanu-El, New York, NY
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, DC
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS
University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
Vatican Pontificia Università Urbaniana, Vatican City, Italy
Victoria and Albert Museum, London, United Kingdom
Yad Vashem, Jerusalem, Israel
Yale University, New Haven, CT
Yeshiva University Museum, New York, NY
Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

BOOKS BY THE ARTIST

REIMAGINED: 45 Years of Jewish Art. New York: Glitterati, 2016.
Jüdisches Bestiarium. Berlin: Hentrich & Hentrich, 2015.
Built by Angels: The Story of the Old-New Synagogue. New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2009.
Doctored Drawings. New York: Bellevue Literary Press, 2007.
Jerusalem Sky. New York: Random House, 2005.
A Sweet Year. New York: Random House, 2003.
The Menorah Story. New York: Greenwillow Books, 1998.
Golem: A Giant Made of Mud. New York: Greenwillow Books, 1995.
The Book of Tens. New York: Greenwillow Books, 1994.
A Jewish Bestiary. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society, 1985.
Leonardo di Freud. Milan: Sperling and Kupfer Editori, 1982.
A Book of Hebrew Letters. Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society, 1978.
The Decline and Fall of the American Empire. Introduction by Peter Fonda. New York: Darien House, 1971.

ILLUSTRATED BOOKS (Selected)

Middleburgh, Charles and Andrew Goldstein. A Jewish Book of Comfort. Norwich: Canterbury Press, 2014.
Mishkan T’filah for Youth. New York: CCAR Press, 2014.
Yoffie, Alan S. Sharing the Journey: The Haggadah for the Contemporary Family. New York: CCAR Press, 2012.
Bloom, Harold. Fallen Angels. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2007.
Prose, Francine. The Demons’ Mistake: A Story from Chelm. New York: Greenwillow Books, 2000.
Wiesel, Elie. King Solomon and His Magic Ring. New York: Greenwillow Books, 1999.
Sobel, Ileene Smith. Moses and the Angels. Introduction by Elie Wiesel. New York: Delacorte Press, 1999.
Wiesel, Elie. Le Golem: Legende d’une legende. Paris: Bibliophane / Editions du Rocher, 1998.
Prose, Francine. You Never Know: A Legend of the Lamed-vavniks. New York: Greenwillow Books, 1998.
Prose, Francine. The Angel’s Mistake: Stories of Chelm. New York: Greenwillow Books, 1997.
Klagsbrun, Francine. Jewish Days. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1996.
Wiesel, Elie. A Passover Haggadah. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1993.
Wiesel, Elie. Six Days of Destruction. Mahwah: Paulist Press, 1988.
The Elie Wiesel Collection. Paris: The Bibliophile Library, 1985-1988. (Fourteen volumes)
Schwartz, Howard. The Captive Soul of the Messiah. New York: Schocken Books, 1983.
Klagsbrun, Francine. Voices of Wisdom. New York: Pantheon, 1979.
The Book of Lamentations. New York: The National Council on Art in Jewish Life, 1974.
Let My People Go: A Haggadah. Introduction by Theodore Bikel. Foreword by Abba Eban. New York: MacMillan, 1972.

ONE-PERSON EXHIBITION CATALOGUES

All this has come upon us… Terezin: Terezin Memorial, 2014.
Carlebach, Elisheva. Jewish Magic in the Art of Mark Podwal. Prague: Jewish Museum, 2012.
Kabbalistics. New York: Forum Gallery. 2006.
Wiesel, Elie. Mark Podwal / Jewish Dreams. Prague: Jewish Museum. 1997.
Ozick, Cynthia. Ink and Inkling: Mark Podwal Master of the True Line. South Hadley: Mount Holyoke College Art Museum. 1990.
Observations. Berkeley: Judah L. Magnes Museum. 1977.

ARCHIVAL MATERIAL

Princeton University Library, Princeton, New Jersey.

PERIODICALS

Drawings have appeared in The New York Times since 1972 and in publications.

AWARDS

2012 Victoria and Albert Museum Print of the Month
2011 Foundation for Jewish Culture Achievement Award
2010 New York University School of Medicine Alumnus Award, Medicine in the Humanities
2009 Smithsonian Notable Book for Children
2005 National Parents Publications Award
1999 Silver Medal – Society of Illustrators
Aesop Prize – American Folklore Society
1998 National Jewish Book Award – Jewish Book Council
Sidney Taylor Award Honor Book – Association of Jewish Libraries
1989 The Society of Newspaper Design Award of Excellence

SPECIAL PROJECTS (Selected)

2017 A Celebration of Jerusalem Jewish calendar
2015 Textiles for synagogue Agudas Achim, Brno, Czech Republic
Metropolitan Opera Le Nozze di Figaro limited edition print
New York Czech Center produces film Mark Podwal’s Mozart and Prague
Torah ark curtain for the Rhinebeck Jewish Center, Rhinebeck, NY
2014 Czech Television documentary film All this has come upon us: Mark Podwal’s Art for Terezin
Metropolitan Opera Don Giovanni limited edition print
2013 Metropolitan Opera Cosi fan tutte limited edition print
Metropolitan Museum of Art Hanukkah card Dreidel Menorah
2012 Textiles for the Altneuschul in Prague, Czech Republic
Czech Television documentary film My Synagogue is in Prague
2011 Designs torah curtain, three torah mantles, covers for torah reading desk and cantor’s desk for the Altneuschul in Prague.
Metropolitan Opera publishes NABUCCO limited edition poster.
Metropolitan Opera publishes boxed set of Hanukkah cards.
Metropolitan Musuem of Art publishes boxed set of Hanukkah cards.
2010 Designs for The Echo Foundation, Charlotte, North Carolina, The
Sandra and Leon Levine Medal for Life.
Postcards (five) for The Jewish Museum in Prague.
Jewish Calendar, A Sweet Year, published by Calendar Ink.
2009 Metropolitan Opera publishes boxed set of greeting cards Mozart
Fantasies.
Executive Producer and Writer of PBS documentary film, House of Life:
The Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague, narrated by Claire Bloom.
Designs poster for Prague Jewish Community Maharal Conference.
2008 Metropolitan Museum of Art publishes notecard Study for cover of Jerusalem Sky.
Calendar for the Jewish Museum in Prague.
2007 Chronicle Books publishes boxed set of notecards To Life!
Jewish Museum, New York, publishes Hanukkah greeting card.
2006 Silkscreen print for The Jewish Museum in Prague Centennial.
Metropolitan Museum of Art fabricates porcelain plate, Jewish Life Cycle.
2005 Metropolitan Museum of Art produces two jewelry pieces based on drawing Ghetto Amulet.
Designs sixteen glass panels, kiln cast by Fusion Glass, London, for United Jewish Appeal Federation headquarters, New York.
Poster for National Museum of American Jewish History to celebrate 350th anniversary of the American Jewish Community.
Designs torah mantle for Skirball Museum exhibition From Haven to Home.
Collaborates with Allan Miller on documentary film House of Life: The Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague, narrated by Claire Bloom.
2004 Metropolitan Museum of Art fabricates ceramic Podwal Passover Plate.
2003 Metropolitan Museum of Art fabricates ceramic Zodiac Platter.
Metropolitan Museum of Art publishes notecard Zodiac Circle.
2002 Yale University Tercentennial Celebration includes three works on its web site.
2001 Seventeen paintings for The Jewish Museum in Prague Calendar.
Designs eight windows, kiln cast by Fusion Glass, London, for entrance of Solomon Schechter Upper School of Westchester, New York.
Designs torah curtain, seven torah mantles and images for torah ark for Congregation Agudas Achim, Dell Jewish Community Campus, Austin, Texas.
2000 Jewish Book Month Poster for Jewish Book Council, New York.
1998 Brooklyn Academy of Music spring season BAMbill cover artist.
Metropolitan Museum of Art publishes notecard Seven-Branched Menorah.
1996. Cover painting for Itzhak Perlman’s compact disc recording Live In the Fiddler’s House.
Designs five torah mantles for Temple Emanu-El, New York fabricated by Penn and Fletcher, New York.
1995 Designs tapestry, in collaboration with Gloria Ross, woven in France by Pinton Tapisserie d’Aubusson for Temple Emanu-El, New York.
Designs logo for the international conference The Future of Hope held in Tokyo and Hiroshima, Japan.
Skirball Museum, Los Angeles, California commissions two large works on paper, Zodiac Circle and Life Circle.
1994 Illustrator and creative consultant for the television video A Passover Seder Presented by Elie Wiesel. Warnervision.
1985 Designs for United States Mint the Congressional Gold Medal presented by President Ronald Reagan to Elie Wiesel.
1981 Designs stage backdrop for Simon and Garfunkel concert in Israel.

PAUL FENNIAK

BORN: Toronto, Canada, 1965

EDUCATION:

1994 M.F.A., Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
1988 B.F.A., Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada

ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

2016 New Paintings, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2009 Paul Fenniak, Forum Gallery, NY
2004 Recent Paintings, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2002 Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal, Canada
2000 Paul Fenniak, The Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Canada
(traveling to McLaughlin Art Gallery, Oshawa, Ont.)
1999 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1996 Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal, Canada

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2017 Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2016-17 Contemporary Old Masters, Louisiana Art & Science Museum, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
2016 20/21 – VISIONARY ARTISTS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Truth and Vision: 21st Century Realism, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE
Behind the Easel: The Unique Voices of 20 Contemporary Representational Painters, Somerville Manning Gallery, Greenville, DE
The Painted Figure, Tew Galleries, Atlanta, GA
2015 Slow Hand, Grunwald Gallery of Art, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana
2014 Resonating Images III in conjunction with The Representational Art Conference 2014, William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art, California Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, CA
Wives, Daughters and Lovers, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2013 Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2012 Perception of Self, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012, Forum
Gallery, New York, NY
The Figure in Contemporary Art, Cypress College, Cypress, CA
2011 Vantage Point, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2010 Contemporary Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture: A Summer Selection, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
A Contemporary View of Women Reading-An Exhibition in Honor of the Publication: Forbidden Fruit: A History of Women and Books in Art, The Forbes Collection, New York, NY
2009
Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Enchantment: The Sixth Annual International Distinguished Artist Symposium and Exhibition. The Joseloff Gallery, Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, Hartford, CT.
2008 New Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2007 The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern and Contemporary Works
on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
About Face, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA
The Storm, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2006 Worth a Thousand Words, Brattleboro Museum & Art Center,
Brattleboro, VT
2005 Figurative Impulse, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
New Old Masters, Naples Museum of Art, Naples, FL
Important New Works by Forum Gallery Artists, Forum Gallery,
New York, NY
2004 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Modern and Contemporary Portraits, curated by Townsend Wolfe,
Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2002 Representations: The Art of Drawing, Schick Art Gallery,
Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
2001 Made in Canada, Plattsburg State Art Museum, Burke Gallery,
State University of New York, Plattsburgh, NY
Inaugural Exhibition,” Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2000 Drawings by 20th Century and Contemporary Masters, Forum
Gallery, New York, NY
Contemporary Art from a Figurative Perspective, Gallery of
Contemporary Art at Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT
Re-presenting Representation IV, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
The Human Figure in Contemporary Art, Galerie de Bellefeuille,
Montreal, Canada
1999 Indomitable Spirits: The Figure at the End of the Century, The Art
Institute of Southern California, Laguna Beach, CA
1998 The Figurative Impulse, Miami Dade Community College, Kendall
Campus Art Gallery, Miami, FL
1997 Forum Gallery, New York, NY

HONORS/AWARDS:

2000 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, New York, NY
1998 Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Grant, New York, NY
1996 Commission: Portrait of Mr. Rod Steiger, Malibu, CA
1994 Commission: Portrait of Dr. Gilles Bertrand for the Montreal Neurological Institute, Montreal, Canada
1993, 94 Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant, Montreal, Canada
1988 Andre Bieler Prize, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada
BIBLIOGRAPHY:

BOOKS:

Jackson, Robert C. (editor), Behind the Easel: The Unique Voices of 20 Contemporary Representational Painters, (Atglen: Schiffer Publishing, 2014)
Nerdrum, Odd. Kitsch: More Than Art (Oslo: Schibtsted Forlag, 2011)
Bernier, Robert. La Peinture Au Quebec Depuis Les Annees 1960 (Montreal: Les
Editions de L’Homme, 2002).

ARTICLES:

Hine, Thomas, “Real Attention to Detail”, Philadelphia Inquirer, Dec 18, 2016, p. H8
Feaster, Felicia, “Delightful Possibilities of Paint Shine in Group Show”, Atlanta Journal Constitution, Oct 24, 2016, Web
Dorfman, John, “Getting Real”, Art and Antiques Magazine, Sept 2016, Web
Ghassemi, Astyaj, “Must-See Art Guide; New York”, Artnet.com, March 3, 2016, Web
Caro, “Paul Fenniak’s Haunting and Psychological Paintings of Figures”, Hi Fructose: The New Contemporary Art Magazine, 2 March 2016, Web.
Amy, Michaël. “Paul Fenniak at Forum,” Art in America, Jan. 2005.
Bernatchez, Raymond, “Les Tableaux de Paul Fenniak: pour ceaux quit sont en
paix avec eux-memes,” La Presse, Montreal, Oct. 5, 1996, p. D14.
Bogardi, George, “Flinch and Shimmer,” Canadian Art, Toronto, Canada, Vol.
13, No. 4, Winter, 1996, p. 69.
Cyr, Mario, “Le Sourire du Sphinx,” La revue Parcours, Montreal, Spring,
1995, p. 62.
De Billy, Helene, “Sitting Pretty,” Air Canada’s En Route, January, 1997,
p. 55-57.
Egan, Shannon, “A Quiet Absorption: Paul Fenniak’s Realism,” Gettysburg
Review, Winter 2008, pp. 581-584.
Fidelman, Charlie, “Strange Day,” Parcours L’informateur de arts, Montreal,
vol. 2, No. 4, p. 53.
Gomez, Edward M., “About Face,” Art & Antiques, February 2006, pg. 63-9.
Grande, John K., “Illusions realistes,” Vie des Arts, Montreal, No. 164,
Autumn, 1996, cover and p. 34-36.
Hess, F. Scott. “5 Representational Painters Reflect on Their Art in a Digital Age.” The Huffington Post. TheHuffingtonPost.com, 16 Sept. 2014. Web. 11 Aug. 2015. <http://www.huffingtonpost.com/f-scott-hess/painters-reflect-on-their-art_b_5824282.html>.
Hum, Debbie, “Painterly Reflections,” Concordia Magazine, March 2005, pg. 18
and cover.
Johnson, Ken, “Paul Fenniak,” The New York Times, April 23, 1999, B35
Jordan, Betty-Ann, “Fast Forward,” Canadian Art, Toronto, Fall 1996, p. 23.
Kozinska, Dorota, “Grasping the Ineffable,” The Gazette, Montreal, Oct. 12,
1996, p. 1-6.
Kozinska, Dorota, “Big Apple Eats up Montrealer’s Art,” The Gazette, Montreal,
April 3, 1999, p. D12
Paine, Janice T., “Shock of the Old,” Naples Daily News, Nov. 4, 2005
Paul, April, “Internal Dialogue: The Disturbing Hypnotic Figures in the Paintings
of Paul Fenniak,” Public Lecture, College Art Association Annual
Conference, February 26, 1998.
Pomerantz, Shelly, Interview, “All in a Weekend,” CBC Radio 1, November 15,
1997.
Robertson, Sheila, “Extraordinary Moments, Laden With Tension and Intrigue,”
Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, June 22, 2000, P. E17.
Scott, Melanie, “A New Group of Seven,” Saturday Night, Toronto, July/August,
1997, p. 52/59.
Stull, Rick, “Details of the Mystery,” the Artist’s Magazine, March 2012, vol. 29, no. 2, pp. 28-35.
Weder, Adele, “And Now, The Mendel’s Greatest Hits,” National Post (Canada),
June 30, 2000, pp. 36-7.
Wright, Karen, “Gallery,” Modern Painters, London, Autumn, 1996, p. 92.

CATALOGUES:

Tim Kennedy, Slow Hand, Essay for the exhibition Slow Hand, Grunwald Gallery of Art, Indiana University, Bloomington, Jan 16 – Feb 13, 2015.
Thomas Butler, The Figure in Contemporary Art, Cypress College Art Gallery, Cypress College, Cypress CA, Sept 20 – Nov 1, 2012.
Fishko-Burgess, Anna, Paul Fenniak, Exhibition Catalogue Essay, Forum Gallery, New York, 2009.
Trippi, Peter, “The Past Casts its Spell on Artists Today,” catalogue essay for the exhibition “Enchantment”, Joseloff Gallery, University of Hartford, CT.
Nov 2009- Jan 2010.
Krulik, Barbara S., The Virtuosity of ‘New’ Old Masters,” catalogue essay for the exhibition “New Old Masters”, Naples Museum of Art, Naples FL, Oct 2005- Jane 2006.
Moppett, George, Paul Fenniak: Recent Paintings, Exhibition Catalogue Essay,
Forum Gallery, New York, 2004.
Kuspit, Donald, Paul Fenniak, Psychosocial Realist, Exhibition Catalogue
Essay, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal, 2002.
Moppett, George, Paul Fenniak, Exhibition Catalogue Essay, Mendel Art
Gallery, Saskatoon, 2002.
Brooker, Niccolo, “Drawings by 20th Century and Contemporary Masters,” Forum Gallery, New York, 2000.
O’Hern, John D., Re-presenting Represenation IV,” Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY, 1999.
Harp, Grady, “Reassembling the Fragments,” catalogue essay for the exhibition “Indomitable Spirits: The Figure at the End of the Century,” Art Institute of Southern California, Laguna Beach CA, 1999.
Paul, April, Internal Dialogue, Exhibition Catalogue Essay, Forum Gallery, New York, 1999.
Hopkins, Tom, Transformative Realism, Exhibition Catalogue Essay, Galerie de
Bellefeuille, Montreal, 1996.

PUBLISHED:

The Gettysburg Review, Pennsylvania, Winter 2008, ill. pp. 585-592, cover.
Harper’s Magazine, New York, December 1997, ill. p. 35
Harper’s Magazine, New York, October 1999, ill. p. 29.
Menninger Perspective, Topeka, KS. Vol. 29, #2, 1999. ill pp. 10-11.
Essays on Canadian Writing, Toronto, Ont., #67, Spring 1999, cover image.

FILM:

Garcia Casanova, Karina, ArtSpots: Paul Fenniak, four short films (Artist
Profile, Artspot 1, Artspot 2, Artspot 3) made for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 2008. Viewable at: www.cbc.ca/artspots/html/artists/pfenniak/

WRITING:

Behind the Easel: The Unique Voices of 20 Contemporary Representational Painters, Atglen: Schiffer Publishing, 2014, pp. 57-67.
Fabian Jean – Paintings, Galerie De Bellefeuille, Montreal, Quebec, 2010, Catalogue essay.

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

7 Bridges Foundation, Greenwich, CT
The Citadelle Art Foundation, Canadian, Texas
Montreal Neurological Institute, Montreal, Quebec

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS:

Baton Rouge, LA
Boston, MA
Chestnut Hill, MA
Croton-on-Hudson, NY
Lansing, MI
Los Angeles, CA
Aventura, FL
Boca Raton, FL
Miami Beach, FL
New York, NY
Old Greenwich, CT
Riderwood, MD
San Juan Capistrano, CA
Sausalito, CA
Tiburon, CA
Washington, DC
Winnetka, IL
Laguna Beach, CA
Berlin, Germany
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Oakville, Ontario, Canada
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Senneville, Quebec, Canada
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

ROBERT COTTINGHAM

BORN: Brooklyn, NY, 1935

EDUCATION:

1959–63 Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

TEACHING:

1994 Artist in Residence – The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art, Foundation,
Colorado Springs, CO
1987–92 Artist in Residence – Center for Creative Youth Wesleyan University,
Middletown, CT
1991 National Academy of Design, New York, NY
1969–70 Art Center College of Design, Los Angeles, CA

MILITARY:

1955–1958 US Army, Orleans, France

RESIDENCE ABROAD:

1972–76 London, England

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2013 Robert Cottingham: Viewing America, Lithographs, Woodcuts, Etchings,
Gallery on the Green, Canton, CT
2011 Robert Cottingham: Empire, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2008 Robert Cottingham: Components, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2005 Galerie Patrice Trigano, Paris, France
2004 New Still Lifes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2001 Still Lifes, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2000 Still Lifes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Robert Cottingham: paintings, gouaches, drawings, prints, Cline Fine
Art, Sante Fe, NM
1999 Works on Paper Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
1998–99 Eyeing America: Robert Cottingham Prints, National Museum of
American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
1998 Robert Cottingham – Facades, Manhattan Athletic Club, New York
Robert Cottingham: Recent Paintings & Works on Paper, Pensler
Galleries, Washington, DC
1997–98 Hollywood Stills – House Portraits by Robert Cottingham, Long Beach
Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA
1997 Robert Cottingham – An American Alphabet, The Aldrich Museum of
Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
1996 American Alphabet, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Robert Cottingham – An American Alphabet, Montgomery Museum of
Fine Arts, AL
1994 Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York, NY
Harcourts Contemporary, San Francisco, CA
Robert Cottingham, Triton Museum, Santa Clara, CA
Takada Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Struve Gallery, Chicago, IL
1993 Robert Cottingham – 27 Heralds, Bruce R. Lewin Gallery, New York
Marisa del Re Gallery, New York, NY
Robert Cottingham – Rolling Stock Series, Paintings, Drawings, Prints,
Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT
1992 Robert Cottingham – Rolling Stock Series, Brenda Kroos Gallery,
Cleveland, OH
Robert Cottingham – Rolling Stock Series, Butler Institute of American Art,
Youngstown, OH
1991 Harcourts Contemporary, San Francisco, CA
1990 Roger Ramsay Gallery, Chicago, IL
Robert Cottingham – Rolling Stock Series, Marisa del Re Gallery,
New York, NY
Robert Cottingham – A Print Retrospective 1972-1989, Rahr-West Art
Museum, Manitowoc, WI
Extension of exhibition organized by Springfield Art Museum, MO
1989 Gimpel and Weitzenhoffer, New York, NY
Fendrick Gallery, Washington, DC
The 4th International Contemporary Art Fair, Roger Ramsay Gallery,
Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA
1988 Roger Ramsay Gallery, Chicago, IL
Robert Cottingham – A Print Retrospective 1972-1986
Center Gallery, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA
Extension of exhibition organized by Springfield Art Museum, MO
Fendrick Gallery, Washington, DC
1987 Union Station, Hartford, CT: Permanent public installation of 12 enamel
panels depicting American railroad imagery.
Gimpel and Weitzenhoffer, New York, NY
1986–89 Robert Cottingham – A Print Retrospective 1972-1986, traveled to:
Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, MO (1986)
Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN (1986-87)
Nelson – Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO (1987)
Spiva Arts Center, Joplin, MO (1987)
Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK (1987)
Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, Cedar Rapids, IA (1987)
Center Gallery, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA (1988)
Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT (1988) Muscarelle Museum of Art, College of William and Mary,
Williamsburg, VA (1989)
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University,
Ithaca, NY (1990)
Paine Art Center and Arboretum, Oshkosh, WI (1990)
Rahr-West Art Museum, Manitowoc, WI (1990)
Lyman Allyn Art Museum, New London, CT (1991)
1987 Signet Arts, St. Louis, MO
Robert Cottingham – Photorealism, The Museum of Art, Science, and
Industry, Bridgeport, CT
Gallery Karl Oskar, Westwood Hills, KS
Brenda Kroos Gallery, Columbus, OH
1985–6 Barrera-Rosa’s – Robert Cottingham , traveled to:
The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR (1985)
Fendrick Gallery, Washington, DC (1985)
Washington University, St. Louis, MO (1986)
Art Institute for the Permian Basin, Odessa, TX (1986)
Robert Cottingham – Photorealist Painter, Printmaker, The Art Guild,
Farmington, CT
Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX
1985 Reynolda House Museum of American Art,Winston-Salem, NC
1984 Coe Kerr Gallery, New York, NYFendrick Gallery, Washington, DC
Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, MO
Palace Theatre Inaugural Exhibition, New Haven, CT
1983 Signet Arts, St. Louis, MO
Robert Cottingham – The Complete Prints, Modernism, San Francisco, CA
The Photo-Realist Statement – Recent Paintings by Robert Cottingham,
Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS
1982 Coe Kerr Gallery, New York, NY
1981 Fendrick Gallery, Washington, DC
Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT
Swain School of Design, New Bedford, CT
1980 Thomas Segal Gallery, Boston, MA
Ball State University, Muncie, IN
Madison Art Center, Madison, WI
Carlson Gallery, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS (since 1980):

2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2017 Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2016 American Views, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2013 Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Still Life: 1970s Photorealism, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT (Aug. 30, 2013 – March 9, 2014)
W.O.P., Forum Gallery, New York, NY
45th Annual Collector’s Show & Sale, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock
2012 Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery, 1962-2012
Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2011 Vantage Point 2011, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
That Seventies Show, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
State of the Art 2011: National Biennial Watercolor Exhibition, Parkland
Art Gallery, Parkland College, Champaign, IL
Modern American Prints from the Goode Collection, Peninsula Fine Arts
Center, Newport News, VA
Goya, Warhol, Dali: Masterpieces from the Virginia Museum of Fine
Arts—organized by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Newport News, VA
2009 Picturing America: Photorealism in the 1970s, Deutsche Guggenheim,
Berlin, Germany
184th Annual: An Exhibition of Contemporary American Art, National
Academy Museum, New York, NY
Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2008–9 Picture Perfect: Photorealism Revealed, Boca Raton Museum of Art,
Boca Raton, FL.
2008 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
New Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY.
2007–8 Visions: Selections from the James T. Dyke Collection of Contemporary
Drawings, Naples Museum of Art, Naples, FL; Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR.
Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, LA
Recent American Watercolors, Peninsula Fine Arts Center,
Newport News, VA
2007 182nd Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Art,
National Academy Museum, New York, NY
The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary Works on Paper,
Forum Gallery, New York
The 2007 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Museum, Little Rock, AR
Icônes Americaines, Maracel Strouk: Galerie Rive Gauche, Paris, France
Realist Tendencies on Paper, Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art,
Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
Dieu Donné Papermill: The First Thirty Years, C.G. Boerner,
New York, NY
2005 Paint on Metal, Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ
American Academy Invitational Exhibition of Painting & Sculpture,
American Academy of Arts & Letters, New York, NY
Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, LA
Disegno: The 180th Annual Exhibition, National Academy, Museum and
School of Fine Arts, New York, NY
Selections from the Whitney Museum of American Art, Nagasaki
Prefectural Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Travelling exhibition:
Fuchu Art Museum, Tokyo
21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa City
Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art, Kitakyushu City
Koriyama City Museum of Art, Koriyama City
Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
2004 The New York Collection 2003-2004, Albright Knox Museum, Buffalo, NY
Components, The Gallery at Dieu Donne Papermill, Inc., New York, NY
Word-Image, Westport Arts Center, Westport, CT
2004 Invitational, Columbus State University, Columbus, GA
New Still Lifes and Components, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
National Drawing Invitational, 9th Biennial, Arkansas Arts Center,
Little Rock, AR
Masters and Mavericks, Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2003 Hyperréalismes USA 1965-1975, Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain,
Strasbourg, France
Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Facing Reality: The Seavest Collection of Contemporary Realism,
Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York, Purchase, NY
Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR Carol Craven
Gallery, West Tisbury, Martha’s Vineyard, MA
National Academy of Design: 176th Annual Exhibition, National
Academy of Design, New York, NY
Hypermental, Rampant Reality 1950-2000 From Salvador Dali to Jeff
Koons, Kunsthaus Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany
2000 A Century of American Dream, The Chunichi Shimbun,
Naka-ku Nagoya, Japan
1999 National Academy of Design: 174th Annual Exhibition, National
Academy of Design, New York, NY
Twentieth Century American Drawings,
Traveling exhibition:
The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
Sunrise Museums, Charleston, WV
Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Naples, FL
Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN
Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN
Boise Art Museum, Boise, ID
Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, AL
Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, TX
Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX
Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE
Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, MI
1998 Artists Choose Artists, The Century Association, New York, NY
173rd Annual Exhibition, NAD, New York, NY
Realism Knows No Bounds, Van de Griff Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
It’s Still Life, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
1997 Evolving Forms/Emerging Faces – Trends in Contemporary America
Printmaking, Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ
DeCordova Collects Photography: Recent Acquisitions,
DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA
The Hirshhorn Collects – Recent Acquisitions 1992-96, Hirshorn Museum
and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC
Landscape: The Pastoral to the Urban, Center for Curatorial Studies
Museum, Bard College, Annandale, NY
Realism in 20th Century American Painting, Ogunquit Museum of
American Art, ME
Get Real: Contemporary American Realism from the Seavest Collection,
Duke University Museum of Art, Durham, NC
1996 Reinventing Realism: Contemporary American Perspectives,
Everhardt Museum, Scranton, PA
1995–96 Printmaking in America-Collaborative Prints and Presses 1960-1990,
Traveling Exhibition:
The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers,
New Brunswick, NJ
Mary and Leigh Block Gallery, (Organizer),
Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian
Institution, Washington, DC
1995 The Herbert W. Plimpton Collection of Realist Art, 18th Annual Patrons
and Friends Exhibition, Brandeis University, Watham, MA.
The Herbert W. Plimpton Collection of Realist Art, Rose Art Museum,
Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
Edward Hopper and the American Imagination,Whitney Museum of
American Art, New York, NY
(Images included in exhibition video and brochure).
Collecting With Richard Brown Baker from Pollack to Lichtenstein, Yale
University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
Connecticut Artist Collection, Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT
1994–95 New York Realism: Past and Present, Traveling Exhibition (Japan)
organized by the Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL
1994 The Print Club of Cleveland Publication Prints 1924-1994,
Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
Recent Acquisitions from the Connecticut Artists Collection,
Connecticut Commission on the Arts, Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, CT
American Realism and Figurative Art, Cline Fine Art Gallery,
Santa Fe, NM
Tandem Press: Five Years of Collaboration and Experimentation,
Elvehjem Museum of Art, Madison, WI
The 169th Annual Exhibition of the National Academy of Design,
New York, NY
30 Years – Art in the Present Tense:
The Aldrich’s Curatorial History 1964–1994, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
Whistler To Dine: Important Prints from the Collection, New Britain
Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT
Superrealist Art – The Virlane Foundation and The K & B Corporation
Collection, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA
Against Abstraction: Aspects of Contemporary Realism, Ball State
University Museum of Art, Muncie, IN
1993–94 American Realism – The Urban Scene – Selections from the Glenn C.
Janss Collection (Traveling Exhibition organized by the Boise Art Museum, Boise, ID)
Photorealism Since 1980, Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York, NY
American Academy Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture,
American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, NY
168th Annual Exhibition of the National Academy of Design,
New York, NY
Contemporary Prints – Ten Years of Acquisitions, Cleveland Museum of
Art Cleveland, OH
The Linear Image II – Twentieth Century Master Works on Paper,
Marisa del Re Gallery, New York, NY
1993 Hollywood Collects, Salander-O’Reilly Galleries – Fred Hoffman,
Beverly Hills, CA
1992–93 Choice Encounters, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA
Drawings from the Emporia State University Collection,
Brigham Young University, Provo, UT
1992 New York – City by Day/ City by Night III, Gallery Henoch, New York, NY
Fairfield Collects, Thomas J. Walsh Art Gallery, Fairfield University,
Fairfield, CT
1991–92 Six Takes On Photo-Realism, Whitney Museum of Art at Champion,
Stamford, CT
Photo-Realism Revisited, Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL
American Realism & Figurative Art: 1952 –1990,
Traveling Exhibition:
The Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Miyagi (1991)
Sogo Museum of Art, Yokohama (1992)
The Tokushima Modern Art Museum, Tokushima (1992)
The Museum of Modern Art, Shiga (1992)
Kochi Prefectural Museum of Folk Art (1992)
Modern Drawing, Anthony Ralph Gallery, New York, NY
1991 166th Annual Exhibition of The National Academy of Design,
New York, NY
In Sharp Focus: Super-Realism, Nassau County Museum of Art,
Roslyn Harbor, NY
Faculty Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
1990–91 Word as Image: American Art 1960-1990, Milwaukee Art Museum,
Milwaukee, WI
Traveling Exhibition:
Oklahoma City Art Museum, Oklahoma City, OK, 1990-91
Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX, 1991
Fendrick at Foster, Foster Gallery, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, WI
Monochrome/Polychrome: Contemporary Realist Drawings, Florida State
University Gallery and Museum, Tallahassee, FL
1990 Three Universities Collect, Indiana University Art Museum,
Bloomington, IN
Indianapolis Collects, Herron Gallery, Indianapolis Center for
Contemporary Art, Herron School of Art, Indianapolis, IN
Twenty Years of Landfall Press, Landfall Press Studio, Chicago, IL
1989–90 Trains and Planes: The Influence of Locomotion in American Painting, Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY
Traveling Exhibition:
Roberson Center for the Arts, Binghamton, NY, 1989
National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC
Evansville Museum of Arts, Evansville, IN, 1990
The Noyes Museum, Oceanville, NJ, 1990
National Invitational Drawing Exhibition, Emporia State University,
Emporia, KS,
Traveling Exhibition:
State Fair Community College, Sedalia, MO, 1989
Central Missouri State University,
Warrensburg, MO, 1989
Kendall School of Design, Grand Rapids, MI, 1989 Polk County Heritage Gallery, Des Moines, IA, 1990
Baylor University, Waco, TX, 1990
Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN, 1990
1989 New York – City By Day/ City By Night, Gallery Henoch, New York, NY
State of the Art 1989 – A National Invitational Watercolor Exhibition,
Parkland College Art Gallery, Champaign, IL
Perspectives in Realism: Beckman, Cottingham, Pasin-Sloan, Landfall
Press, Chicago, IL and New York, NY
The Scarf, Bergdorf Goodman, New York, NY
60 artists design silk scarves for DIFFA (The Design Industries Foundation for AIDS)
Coming of Age: Twenty-one Years of Collecting by the Madison Art
Center, Madison Art Center, Madison, WI
Pat Hearn Gallery, New York, NY (Robert Bechtle, Chuck Close, Robert
Cottingham, Malcolm Morley, Sigmar Polke)
Small Format Works in Celebration of Fendrick Gallery’s 20th
Anniversary, Fendrick Gallery, Washington, DC
Views of the Collection – Contemporary Prints from the Rockford Art Museum Permanent Collection, Rockford Art Museum, Rockford, IL
1988-89 Words in Print, Landfall Press, Chicago, IL and New York, NY
2014 A Sense of Place, Silvermine Galleries, New Canaan, CT
State of the Artists – A Connecticut Artists Invitational, Aldrich Museum
of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
From the Collection – American Art 1960 to the Present, Yale University
Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
Close Focus: Prints, Drawings, and Photographs, National Museum of
American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
39th Annual Hassam and Speicher Fund Purchase Exhibition, American
Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, NY
Urban Landscape, Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York, NY
In Defense of Sacred Lands, The Harcus Gallery, Boston, MA
Contemporary Art from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Muscarelle
Museum, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA
1986 Hollywood: Legend and Reality, National Museum of American History,
Smithsonian Institution (Traveling Exhibition)
Interiors and Exteriors: Contemporary Realist Prints, Yale University Art
Gallery, New Haven, CT
Familiar Reality, The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AK (Traveling
Exhibition)
Fifth Anniversary Exhibition, Roger Ramsay Gallery, Chicago, IL
Landfall Press – Collections from the Permanent Collection, Art Institute
of Chicago, Chicago, IL
1985 American Realism, The Precise Image
Traveling Exhibition:
Isetan Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Daimaru Museum, Osaka, Japan
Takashimaya Gallery, Yokohama, Japan
Printmakers Invitational, Central Connecticut State University, New
Britain, CT
Small Works, Bank of Boston, Boston, MA
Iowa Collects, Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA
A Decade of American Realism: 1975–1985, Wichita Museum of Art,
Wichita, KS
37th Annual Hassam and Speicher Fund Purchase Exhibition, American
Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, NY
A Second Talent: Painters and Sculptors Who are also Photographers,
Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
American Realism: Twentieth Century Drawings and Watercolors,
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA (1986)
Third Annual Connecticut Prints Exhibition, The Art Works, Old Lyme,
CT
Connecticut Prints Exhibition, Connecticut Commission on the Arts,
Hartford, CT
1984–85 American Art Since 1970, (Painting, Sculpture, and Drawings from the
Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, NY)
Traveling Exhibition:
La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA
Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, Mexico
North Carolina Museum of Arts, Raleigh, NC
Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska,
Lincoln, NE
Center for the Fine Arts, Miami, FL
1984 Contemporary and Modern Paintings, Coe Kerr Gallery, New York, NY
Realists at Work, The Harcus Gallery, Boston, MA
The Modern Art of the Print: Selections from the Collection of Lois and
Michael Torf, Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA;
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
Contemporary Paintings from the Coe Kerr Gallery, Community Gallery
of Lancaster, Lancaster, PA
Photographs by Painters, Vision Gallery, Boston, MA
Jim Morgan Memorial Exhibition, University of Alabama, University, AL
Art of the States: Works from a Santa Barbara Collection, Santa Barbara
Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA
On 42nd Street – Artists’ Visions, Whitney Museum of American Art at
Phillip Morris, New York, NY
1983 A Heritage Renewed: Representational Drawing Today,
Travelling Exhibition:
University Art Museum, Santa Barbara, CA
Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma City, OK
Elvehjem Museum of Art, Madison, WI
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center,
Colorado Springs, CO
American Realism, Coe Kerr Gallery, New York, NY
The American Photorealists, Fischer Fine Art, London, England
Purchases by the Hirshhorn Museum 1974-1983, Hirshhorn Museum and
Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC
Live from Connecticut, Whitney Museum of American Art, Fairfield
County, Stamford, CT
Painting New York, Museum of the City of New York, New York, NY
American Super Realism from the Morton G. Neumann Family
Collection, Terra Museum of American Art, Evanston, IL
Contemporary Works on Paper, Frumkin-Struve Gallery, Chicago, IL
An American Art: Post-World War II Painting and Sculpture,
Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL
34th Annual Hassam and Spiecher Fund Purchase Exhibition, American
Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, NY
1982 Twentieth Century American Art, Coe Kerr Gallery, New York, NY
Coe Kerr Gallery: American Selections VI, Birmingham Museum of Art,
Birmingham, AL
Photo-Realisme – Ten Years After, Galerie Isy Brachot, Paris, France
Photorealism Revisited, Molly Barnes Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
American Realism, Coe Kerr Gallery, New York, NY
Surveying the Seventies: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the
Whitney Museum of American Art, Whitney Museum of American
Art Fairfield County, Stamford, CT
Painter as Photographer, British Art Council
Traveling Exhibition, England:
John Hansard Gallery, Southampton
Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Wolverhampton
Museum of Modern Art, Oxford
Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter
University Art Gallery, Nottingham
Camden Arts Centre, London
Windsor Castle, Windsor
National Museum of Photography, Film and Television,
Bradford
The Herbert W. Plimpton Collection of Realist Art, Rose Art
Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
1981–82 Realist Drawings, Watercolors and Prints: Contemporary American
Works on Paper, Gross McCleaf Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
1981 Real, Really Real, and Super Real,
Traveling Exhibition:
San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, TX
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN
Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ
Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg, PA
The Morton G. Neumann Family Collection, Art Institute of
Chicago, Chicago, IL
Photography and/as Art, Shepherd College, Shepherdstown, WV
Contemporary American Prints and Drawings 1940-1980, National
Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
Contemporary American Realism Since 1960
Travelling Exhibition:
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA (1982)
Germany & Holland (1982-1983)
New Dimensions in Drawing, Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT
Drawing Acquisitions 1978-1981, Whitney Museum of American Art, New
York, NY
1980 ROSC, Dublin, Ireland
Realism – Photorealism, Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, OK
Black and White, Thomas Segal Gallery, Boston, MA
The Morton G. Neumann Family Collection, National Gallery of Art,
Washington, DC
New York – The Artists View, Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden,
Washington, DC
Hassam Fund Purchase Exhibition, American Academy and Institute of
Arts and Letters, New York, NY
Artist and Printer: Six American Print Studios, Walker Art Center,
Minneapolis, MN

GRANTS, AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS:

Leo Meissner Prize for Graphics, 2007
Leo Meissner Prize for Graphics, 2005
Dieu Donné Lab Grant Program, 2002, 2003
Chubb Life America Fellow, 1994
MacDowell Colony Residency, Peterborough, NH, 1993-94
Walter Gropius Fellowship, Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV, 1992, 2003
National Endowment for the Arts, 1974-75

ORGANIZATIONS:
National Academy of Design, New York, NY, (Council, 2000 – Present)
Exhibition Committee, 1998 (Chairman, 2002, 2003)
The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
Board of Directors, (2003 – Present)

CURATING:

A Fine Line: Drawings by National Academicians, National Academy of Design, 2003 – 2004

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX
Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Amarillo Museum of Art, Amarillo, TX
Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Arts Council of Great Britain
Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD
Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL
Boymans-von Beuningen Museum, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Bucknell Art Gallery, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA
Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH
Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA
Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, Cedar Rapids, IA
Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT
Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH
Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH
Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, NH
Davenport Art Gallery, Davenport, IA
Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT
David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown University, Providence, RI
Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE
Denver Art Museum, CO
Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA
Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI
Elvehjem Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum of Art, New York, NY
Hamburg Museum, Hamburg, Germany
High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu, HI
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
Hopkins Center Art Gallery, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
Housatonic Museum of Art, Bridgeport, CT
Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN
Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV
Illinois State University, Normal, IL
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA
Lakeview Museum of Arts and Sciences, Peoria, IL
Library of Congress, Washington, DC
Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA
Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery, Syracuse University, NY
Madison Art Center, Madison, WI
Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI
Mulvane Museum, Washburn University, Topeka, KS
Muscarelle Museum of Art, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
Museum of the City of New York, New York, NY
Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, MA
Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
National Academy of Design, New York, NY
National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO
New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT
New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA
Orlando Museum of Art, New Orlando, FL
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA
Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, NJ
Reagan National Airport, Arlington County, VA
Reynolda House Museum of American Art, Winston-Salem, NC
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
Rothman Collection, Canada
Rutgers University, Camden, NJ
Sentra Museum, Berardo Collection, Lisbon, Portugal
Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden, University of Nebraska at Lincoln, Lincoln, NE
St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, MO
Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA
Snell Library, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
Spiva Art Center, Joplin, MO
Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, MO
State University of New York at New Paltz College Art Gallery, New Paltz, NY
Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL
Tate Gallery, London, England
Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH
Edwin A. Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita, KS
University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City, IA
University of Kentucky Art Museum, Lexington, KY
University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, MI
University of Virginia Art Museum, Charlottesville, VA
Utah Museum of Fine Arts, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
Utrecht Museum, Utrecht, Netherlands
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA
Walker Art Center and Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, Minneapolis, MN
Washington University, St. Louis, MO
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS
Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT

ELLEN EAGLE

Born 1953, New York, NY

Education: California College of the Arts, BFA in Drawing, With Distinction, San Francisco, CA
National Academy of Fine Arts, New York, NY
Art Students League of New York, NY
Primary Teacher: Harvey Dinnerstein

Solo Exhibitions:

2010 Ellen Eagle, Portraits in Pastel, Tomasulo Gallery, Union County College, Cranford, NJ
2004 Ellen Eagle: Portraits in Pastels, Concordia Gallery, Bronxville, NY
2003 Pastels, Lyme Academy, Old Lyme, CT
2002 Ellen Eagle: Pastels, Forum Gallery, New York

Selected Group Exhibitions:

2017 A Landmark Exhibition: An Alliance of Artists and Patrons on 57th Street, Art Students League: The Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery, New York, NY
Sight Unseen, Abend Gallery, Denver, CO
FORUM GALLERY CELEBRATES 55 YEARS OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2015 Pastel Society of America 43rd Annual: Enduring Brilliance; National Arts Club Grand Gallery, New York, NY
2014 Wives, Daughters and Lovers, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2013-14 Women Painting Women: A Room of One’s Own,
Haynes Galleries, Nashville, TN
Women Painting Women: Revolution, Principle Gallery, Alexandria, Virginia
Self Portraits from the Jackye and Curtis Finch,Jr. Collection, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
2013 Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
W.O.P, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Delicacy and Precision: Two-Person Exhibition of Kang L. Chung and Ellen Eagle, Lingnan Museum of Fine Arts, Guangzhou, China
Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2012 Perception of Self, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2011-12 Contemporary Vision of Delicacy and Precision:
Ellen Eagle & Kang L. Chung, Lingnan Museum of
Fine Art, Dongguan, CHINA
2011 2011 Instructors Exhibition, The Art Students League of New York, New York, NY
2010 Inspiring Figures: Celebrating Women in American
Figurative Art, The Butler Institute of American Art,
Youngstown, OH. Organized by the Portrait Society of
America.
2009 A Figural Presence, Chapel Art Center at Saint Anselm
College, Manchester, NH
Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Windows on 57th Street, The Art Students League of
New York, NY
2008 Direct Encounters: The Essence of Portraiture,
Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary
Works On Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock,
AR
Instructor’s Exhibit, Art Students League of New
York, NY
2007 The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary
Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
About Face, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long
Beach, CA
2007 Instructor’s Exhibition, the Art Student’s
League of New York, New York, NY
Body and Soul: Exploration to Expression, Osilas
Gallery, Concordia College, Bronxville, NY
The Figure In Pastel, Butler Institute of American Art,
Youngstown, OH
2006 2006 Collector’s Show & Sale, Little Rock, AR
Highlights From the Permanent Collection, 2 Year
Traveling Exhibition; The Art Students League
of New York, NY
Why The Nude? Contemporary Approaches, The Art
Students League of New York, NY
Faculty Exhibition, The Art Students League of New
York, NY
2005 Faculty Exhibition; The Art Students League of New
York, NY
2005 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little
Rock, AR
About Faces: Portraits Past and Present, Staten
Island Museum, NY
Enduring Roles and Realism: Building on the Murray Collection, Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science and Art, Scranton, PA
Faculty Exhibition, National Academy School of Fine Art, New York, NY
2005-04 2004 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
2004 Masters and Mavericks, Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Winter with Color and Light, Glen Ridge Women’s
Club, Glen Ridge, NJ
91st Annual Exhibition, Allied Artists of America,
Inc., The National Arts Club, New York, NY
2003 Contemporary Art from a Figurative Perspective,
Laguna College of Art and Design, Laguna
Beach, CA
Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New
York, NY
2002 Subtext: Realism Plus, Juried curator series
Exhibition, National Pastel Society of America, New York, NY
The Perception of Appearance: A Decade of Contemporary American Figure Drawing, The
Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA
Mid-Year Exhibition, Butler Institute if American Art,
Youngstown, OH
2001 Exhibition of Works by Grant Winners, Cork Gallery,
Lincoln Center, New York, NY
2000 175th Annual Exhibition, National Academy of
Design, New York, NY
Face to Face: Contemporary Portraits, Concordia
Gallery, Bronxville, NY
Looking at Contemporary Art from a Figurative
Perspective, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT
Drawings by 20th Century and Contemporary
Masters, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1999 86th Annual Juried Exhibition, Allied Artists of
America, New York, NY
30/30 Juried Exhibition, The Art Students League,
New York, NY
New Jersey Fine Arts Annual Juried Exhibition, New
Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ
National Arts Club Exhibition, New York, NY
Four Figure Painters Exhibition, Gallery of South
Orange, NJ
1998 85th Annual Juried, Exhibition Allied Artists of
America, New York, NY
56th Annual Juried Exhibition, Audubon Artists, New
York, NY
173rd Annual Exhibition, National Academy of
Design, New York, NY
1997 84th Annual Juried Exhibition, Allied Artists of
America, New York, NY
1996 100th Annual Juried Exhibition, Catherine Lorillard
Wolfe Art Club, New York, NY
1995 99th Annual Juried Exhibition, Catherine Lorillard
Wolfe Art Club, New York, NY
82nd Annual Juried Exhibition, Allied Artists of
America, New York, NY
Annual Juried Exhibition, Salmagundi Club, New
York, NY

Honors and Awards:

2017 Recipient: The Pastel Journal Award at Pastel Society of America 45th Annual
2015 Recipient: The Pastel Journal Award at Pastel Society of America 43rd Annual: Enduring Brilliance
2007 Recipient: Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant
Recipient: Dodge Foundation Fellowship Award for
Residency at the Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
2005 Author: Composing A Life,” Linea: The Journal of the Art Students League of New York, Winter 2005 Issue
Faculty: Art Students League, New York, NY
Faculty: National Academy School of Fine Arts, New York, NY
2004 Panelist: Figure Painting in the 21st Century, Snug
Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY
Instructor: Self-Portraiture Workshop, Communities In Schools, Newark, NJ
Author: “Elegant Unrest,” Linea: The Journal of the Art Students League of New York, Summer 2004 issue
Juror of Selection: Pastel Division, 2004 Audubon Artists
Annual Exhibition, New York, NY
Instructor: Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, Old Lyme, CT, Summer 2004
Recipient: Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant
Recipient: Edward R. Mooney Traveling Scholarship
Recipient: Phyllis Mason Grant & Scholarship
1999 Recipient: Dr. Clifford Wheeler Mills Award, Allied Artist Exhibition
1998 Recipient: Audubon Artists 56th Annual Juried Exhibition, Art Students League Award
Recipient: Allied Artists Award, Allied Artist Exhibition
1997 Recipient: John Young Hunter Memorial Award, Allied Artist Exhibition
1995 Recipient: John Young Hunter Memorial Award, Allied Artist Exhibition
Recipient: Samagundi Club Annual Juried Exhibition, Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Award
Bibliography: Eagle, Ellen, Pastel Painting Atelier: Essential Lessons in Techniques, Practices and Materials, Watson-Guptill Publications, New York, NY, 2013.
Perricelli, Lynne Moss. “The Empathetic Portrait,” American Artist Magazine, December 2004
Zimmer, William. Review (Portraits in Pastel,
Concordia Gallery), New York Times, Oct. 10,
2004
DeBonis, Loraine. “Ellen Eagle, The Figure in its Endless Variety is the Subject of an Artist’s Intense Gaze,” The Pastel Journal, June 2006

Collections: Art Students League, New York, NY
Jackye and Curtis Finch, Jr. Collection at the Arkansas Art Center
Numerous private and corporate collections

ALAN FELTUS

BORN:

1943 Washington, D.C.
1987 moved to Assisi, Italy

EDUCATION:

1968 MFA, Yale University, New Haven, CT
1966 BFA, Cooper Union, New York, NY
1961-62 Tyler School of Fine Arts, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

2012 Lux Art Institute, Encinitas, CA
2010
2009-10 Alan Feltus, Forum Gallery, New York
Alan Feltus & Lani Irwin, traveling exhibition:
University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK
American University Museum, Washington, DC
George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
Space 301, Mobile, AL
SoFA Gallery, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
2007 Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, CO
The Elegance of Realism, Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL
2005 Forum Gallery, New York
2003 Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL
2002 Forum Gallery, New York
Forum Gallery, Los Angeles
2001 Hemphill Fine Arts, Washington, DC
2000 Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL
Huntington Art Museum, Huntington, WV
1998 Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL
Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1996 Galerie Timothy Tew, Atlanta, GA
Contemporary Realist Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1994 Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL
Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1992 Kendell Gallery, Wellfleet, MA
Louis Newman Galleries, Los Angeles, CA
1991 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1988 Simms Fine Art, New Orleans, LA
1987 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS (Retrospective)
1985 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1983 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1980 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1976 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Northern Virginia Community College, Annandale, VA (Retrospective)
1973 Jacob’s Ladder Gallery, Washington, DC
1972 American Academy in Rome, Italy

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2017 Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2016-17 Contemporary Old Masters, Louisiana Art & Science Museum, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
2015 The Annual 2015: The Depth of the Surface, The National Academy Museum, NY, NY
2014 Wives, Daughters and Lovers, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2014 Washington Art Matters II: 1940’s-1980’s, Katzen Arts Center at
American University, Washington, DC
2013 Visions of Europe, New Hampshire Institute of Art, Portsmouth, NH
Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Face to Face: Self-Portraits from the Jackye and Curtis Finch, Jr. Collection, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
2012 Perception of Self, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Italian Visions/Visioni Italiane, Hygienic Art Galleries, New London, CT
Invitational Exhibition, McMaster Gallery, University of South Carolina
The Annual Exhibition 2012, National Academy, New York, NY
Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012, Forum
Gallery, New York, NY
2011 Peace on Earth: Art Against War, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2010 Contemporary Figurative Art in the U.S.A- A Selection, Casa Dell’Arte Beyoglu, Istanbul, Turkey
2009-10 Personal Interiors: Alan Feltus & Lani Irwin, traveling exhibition:
Alexander Hogue Gallery, University of Tulsa, OK; Katzen Arts
Center, American University, Washington, DC; George Mason
University, Fairfax, VA; Space 201, the University of South
Alabama, Mobile; SoFA Gallery, Indiana University,
Bloomington
2010 Contemporary Figurative Art in U.S.A. – A Selection, Casa
Dell’Arte, Beyoglu, Istanbul, Turkey
2009 A Figural Presence, Chapel Art Center at Saint Anselm College,
Manchester, NH
The Platonic Ideal, Forum Gallery, New York
Umbratile America: Alan Feltus, Lani Irwin, Domus, in Assisi, San Crispino Resort & Spa, Torandrea di Assisi, Villa Salus, Bastia Umbra, Italy
Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York
2008 184th Annual: An Exhibition of Contemporary American Art,
National Academy Museum, New York
Feltus, Feltus, Irwin, Barocco Americano, Cinema Teatro Comunale Esperia, Bastia Umbra, Italy
2007 The 2007 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Museum, Little Rock, AR
The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary Works on
Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Figure It! The Human Factor in Contemporary Art, The Clay
Center for the Arts and Sciences, Charleston, WV
About Face: Portraiture Now, Long Beach Museum of Art, CA
An Intimate View from the Pollock-Krasner Houuse, Hekscher Museum of Art, Huntington, NY
2006 Why the Nude?, Art Students League of New York, NY
The Figure in American Painting and Drawing, 1985-2005, the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit ME
Gallery Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands
2005 2005 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
Figurative Impulse, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Janus, American Academy in Rome and Fendi Stores, NY
Art in the Family, the Arts Club of Washington, Washington, DC
Between Perception & Invention: Three Generations of Figurative Artists, Sharon Arts Gallery, Peterborough, NH
Disegno: The 180th Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
Enduring Roles and Realism: Building on the Murray Collection, Everhart Museum, Scranton, PA
Art in the Family, Arts Club of Washington, Washington, DC
2004 Masters and Mavericks, Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Realism Today, Contemporary Realistic Paintings and Drawings on Paper, Columbus State University, Columbus, GA
2003 Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Representing Representation IV, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
2002 Segnali di Fumo, Costano di Bastia, Italy
2001 Carol Craven Gallery, West Tisbury, Martha’s Vineyard, MA
176th Annual Exhibition, National Academy of
Design, New York, NY (awarded the Raymond P. R. Neilson prize)
Alumni Choice, Yale University School of Art, New Haven, CT
Between Heaven and Earth: New Classical Movements in
the Art of Today, Museum voor Moderne Kunst,
Oostende, Belgium
Artist Couples, Katharina Rich Perlow Gallery, New York
2000 Interiors, The Gallery on the Hudson, Irvington, NY
Looking at Contemporary Art from a Figurative Perspective,
Gallery of Contemporary Art, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT
1999 Contemporary Realism, Lisa Kurts Gallery, Memphis, TN
174th Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
1998-99 Modern American Realism: The Sara Roby Foundation Collection from the National Museum of American Art:
Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College, Winter Park, FL
Madison Art Center, Madison, WI
Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, GA
Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, NY
Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY
1998 1998 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AK
It’s Still Life, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Realism Knows No Bounds, Van de Griff Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
The Figure, Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, GA
The Figurative Impulse, Miami Dade Community College, Kendall Campus Art Gallery, Miami, FL
Embodied Fictions, Dwight Frederick Boyden Gallery of Saint Mary’s College of Maryland, St. Mary’s City, MD
Self-Portraits, Kragsdale Corporation at Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY
1997 172nd Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
Artisti Stranieri in Mostra, Comune di Bastia Umbra, Italy
Realism in 20th Century American Painting, Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME
Dramatic Realism: The New Baroque, Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, Loretto, PA
1996 Classicism in the Twentieth Century, Lizan-Tops Gallery, East Hampton, NY
Derriere Guard Festival, The Kitchen, New York, NY
1995 U.S. Artists ‘95, 33rd Street Armory, Philadelphia, PA
Collection Update 1994, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
The 170th Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY (Awarded the Joseph S. Isidor Memorial Medal)
Nine Fellows of the American Academy in Rome, Pensler Gallery, Washington, DC
1994 Aspects of Realism, Laura Craig Galleries, Scranton, PA
Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture, American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY
1993 Self-Portraits from the James Goode Collection, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC
Interior Outlook, The Gallery at Hastings-on-Hudson, Hastings, NY
1992 62-92, The Cooper Union, New York, NY
1990 165th Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY (Awarded The Benjamin Altman Figure Prize)
1988 163rd Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
1987 Modern American Realism; The Sara Roby Foundation Collection, National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC
Mainstream America; The Collection of Phil Desind, The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH
1986 Selections from the Joseph H. Hirshhorn Bequest, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC
A Decade of American Realism, Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS
161st Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York
Nine Painters, Circle Gallery, Washington, DC
1985 Southern Maryland Artists, St. Mary’s College of Maryland
American Painters; Figuration, Jane Haslem Gallery, Washington, DC
1984 159th Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY (Awarded The Thomas B. Clarke Prize)
Artist’s Self-Portraits from the Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Jacob J. Weinstein, Randolph Macon College, Ashland, VA
1 Plus 1 Equals 2, Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York, NY
1983 Bodies and Souls, Artist’s Choice Museum, New York, NY
1982 Faculty Exhibition, American University, Washington, DC
10+10+10, Washington Painting, The Corcoran Gallery of Art
157th Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York
Drawings and Paintings of the Figure by Washington Artists, Jane Haslem Washington, DC
1981 Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma City, OK
Candidates for Art Awards, American Academy of Arts & Letters, New York, NY
1980 Couples in Art, Fendrick Gallery, Washington, DC
Art for Collectors, Federal Reserve Board, Washington, DC
New York Realists, Thorpe Intermedia Gallery, New York, NY
1979 Paintings and Sculptures by Candidates for Art Awards, American Academy and Institute of Art and Letters, New York, NY
Faculty Exhibition, American University, Washington, DC
1978 Works on Paper, Tyler School of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Invitational Painting Exhibition, Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, Loretto, PA
42nd Annual Mid-Year Show, Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH
153rd Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
1977 Ranger Purchase Fund Show, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
Alexander Calder Memorial and Hassam Fund Purchase Exhibition, American Academy and Institute of Arts & Letters, New York, NY
Pyramid Galleries, Washington, DC
1976 Summer of 1976, A Group Show, Pyramid Galleries, Washington, DC
1975 National Invitational Drawing Exhibition, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL
Drawings from the Studios of Washington Artists, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC
1974 Living American Artists and the Figure, Penn State University, University Park, PA
Washington Figurative Painters, exhibited:
The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, Hagerstown, MD
1973 New Talent Festival, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1971 American Academy in Rome, Italy
Ente Premi Roma, Palazzo Barbarini, Rome, Italy
1970 Faculty Show, Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH
Regional Show, Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH
1969 Regional Show, Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH
A.T. Gallery, New Haven, CT
1968 The Ivy League Art Exhibition, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
A.T. Gallery, New Haven, CT

PUBLICATIONS:

Alan Feltus: Silent Dreams, Forum Gallery (2005)
“Alan Feltus: Contemporary Figurative Paintings Have a Timeless Quality,” Art Collector Magazine, October 2005, pp. 96-97.
Alan Feltus: New Paintings, Forum Gallery, (2002, 1998, 1996, 1994, 1991)
Alan Feltus: Recent Works, The Wichita Art Museum, 1987
Between Earth and Heaven, New Classical Movements in the Art of Today, (catalogue) Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Oostende, Belgium
Newsletter of The American Academy in Rome, Summer 1992, (cover reproduction of Feltus painting).
Cooper, Jim. American Arts Quarterly: Fall 1998.
G. Jurek Polanski, “Alan Feltus,Silent Getures,” Artscope.net
Feltus, Alan. “Inside the Painter’s Mind”, The Artist’s Magazine, January, 1992.
Feltus, Alan. “Letter from Umbria”, At Cooper Union, Spring 1994.
Feltus, Alan. “Living and Working in Italy”, American Artist, August 1992.
Holman, Tom, “Figurative Expression,” Florida International, No. 7 Summer 1999.
Jencks, Charles. The Post-Avant-Garde, Art and Design, Academy Group: London, 1987.
Jencks, Charles. Post Modernism: The New Classicism in Art and Architecture, Rizzoli: New York, 1987.
Lavin, Marilyn Aronberg. Piero della Francesca. London: Phaidon Press, 2002.
Page 352.
Leggio, Gail, “Alan Feltus”, American Arts Quarterly, Fall 2005, Pg. 54, 55.
Leggio, Gail, “Alan Feltus”, American Arts Quarterly, Summer 2002
“The Lonely Look of American Realism”, Life Magazine, October 1980.
Lucie-Smith, Edward. American Art Now, William Morrow & Co.: New York, 1985.
Lucie-Smith, Edward. Artoday, Phaidon: London, 1995.
Lucie-Smith, Edward, Art Tomorrow, Vilo International, 2002.
Mullarkey, Maureen. Gallery Going, The New York Sun, 2005.
Spencer, Howard DaLee. “Alan Feltus in Italy”, American Arts Quarterly: Winter 1992.
Wechsler, Jill. “Alan Feltus, The Mystery in Painting”, American Artist, April 1980.

AWARDS:

2005 Pollack-Krasner Foundation grant in Painting
2001 Raymond P. R. Neilson Prize, National Academy of Design, New
York
1999 Augustus Saint-Gaudens Award, Cooper Union, New York
1992 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant in Painting
1990 Benjamin Altman Prize, National Academy of Design
1984 Thomas B. Clarke Prize, National Academy of Design
1981 National Endowment for the Arts Individual Fellowship
1980 Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant in Painting
1970-72 Rome Prize Fellowship

TEACHING:

2009-10 adjunct, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore
2006 Fall semester Artist in Residence, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
1972-84 Associate Professor, American University, Washington, D.C.
1968-70 Instructor, The Dayton Institute, Dayton, OH

COMMISSIONS:

1986 Commission for paintings: installed in the lobby of the Montana Building, Broadway and 87th Street, New York, NY
(no longer there)

1985 Commission for paintings by the American Medical Association: installed in the lobby of 999 E Street NW, Washington, DC
(no longer there)

IMPORTANT COLLECTIONS:

American Academy in Rome, New York and Rome
American Medical Association, Washington, D.C.
American University, Washington, D.C.
Jackye and Curtis Finch Collection, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK
Bayly Museum, Charlottesville, VA
California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA
Charles County Community College, LaPlata, MD
The Cooper Union, New York, NY
The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College, Winter Park, FL
Dayton Art Institute, Dayton OH
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
Howard Tullman Collection, Chicago, IL
Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV
Dr. and Mrs Donald Inness, Jr., Charlottesville, VA
Montana Building, New York, NY
National Academy Museum, New York, NY
National Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C.
New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ
Oklahoma City Art Museum, Oklahoma City, OK
The Peace Museum, Chicago, IL
Seven Bridges Foundation, CT
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington DC
Springfield Museum, Springfield, MA
Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS

 

WILLIAM FISK

BORN: Toronto, Canada, January 23, 1969
Lives and Works in Toronto, Canada

EDUCATION:

1989-94 Ontario College of Art, Toronto, Canada
1988-89 York University, Fine Arts, Toronto, Canada
1985-88 Alternative Independent Study Program, Toronto, Canada
1983-85 Claude Watson School for the Visual Arts, Toronto, Canada

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2007 New Work from the Portrait Series, Forum Gallery, NY
2003 A Forum Gallery Introduction, Los Angeles, CA
2001 Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, Canada
1999 Portraits, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, Canada
1998 Unfinished Sympathy, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, Canada
1996 Songs for Drella, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, Canada
1995 Animal Language, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, Canada

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2011 Vantage Point 2011, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2010 Contemporary Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture: A Summer
Selection, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2004 Group Exhibition, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, Canada
2002 15 Year Anniversary, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, Canada
2001 North by Northwest, Galerie Helm/Reiswig, Stuttgart, Germany
Milk. Bedroom Gallery 01, Toronto, Canada
1999 Under Forty, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto
Presentation, Meg Gallery, Toronto
1997 Gerald L. Baer, William Fisk, Richard Stipl, Christopher Cutts Gallery,
Toronto, Canada
Retour, Turbulence Gallery, Montreal, Canada
1996 Inaugural Exhibition at 21 Morrow Avenue, Christopher Cutts Gallery,
Toronto, Canada
Detour, Turbulence Gallery, Montreal, Canada
Live Connections, OCA Gallery, Toronto, Canada
1995 Chinese New Year Show, Christopher Cutts Gallery, Toronto, Canada

AWARDS & GRANTS:

2001 Canada Council for the Arts – Travel Grant
2000 Canada Council for the Arts – Emerging Artist
1996 Ken Purvis Award
1990 George A. Reid Award

COLLECTIONS:

Comcast, Philadephia, PA
Concord Confections, Toronto, Canada
Design Corp, Toronto, Canada
Melvyn J. Estrin, Washington, DC
Forum Financial, Toronto, Canada
Govan, Brown & Associates, Toronto, Canada
Gluckstein Design, Toronto, Canada
Radio Shack Corporation, Fort Worth, TX
R.I.M. (Research In Motion) Corporation, Guelgh, Canada
Ruby & Edward, Barristers, Toronto, Canada
Seven Bridges Foundation, Greenwich, CT
The Howard A. & Judith Tullman Collection, Chicago, IL

The Artist would like to acknowledge the support of:
B. Little, A.J. Fisk, M.C. Fisk, G. Eberts, M. Estrin, S. Lemer, M. Solomon, and the Litwin and Golfman Families.

LINDEN FREDERICK

BORN:

January 10, 1953

EDUCATION:

Ontario College of Art and Design, Toronto, Canada
Academia de Belle Arte, Florence, Italy
Houghton College, Houghton, NY

ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

2017 Night Stories, Forum Gallery, New York, NY (book); Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockland, ME
2015-16 Roadside Tales, Fred Beans Gallery, James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, PA
2015 Anthology, Dowling Walsh Gallery, Rockland, ME
2014 Night Life, Forum Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue)
2013 Untold Stories, Haynes Galleries, Nashville, TN and Thomaston, ME
2012 Linden Frederick , Forum Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA
2010 Night Neighbors, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2009 YOU ARE HERE: Studies and Paintings (Distinguished Artist Series Retrospective Exhibition), Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport, ME (catalogue)
2008 American Studies, Forum Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue)
2006 Painting Noir, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2004 Memoir, Forum Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue)
2002 American Nights, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM (catalogue)
1999 Recent Works, MB Modern, New York, NY
1998 Night Lights, MB Modern, New York, NY
1996 Recent Paintings, Tatistcheff & Co., New York, NY
1994 Nocturnes, Cooley Gallery, Old Lyme, CT
1993 Recent Paintings, Gallery 68, Belfast, ME
1992 A Separate View, Cooley Gallery, Old Lyme, CT
1991 Linden Frederick, Cooley Gallery, Old Lyme, CT
1989 Linden Frederick , Cooley Gallery, Old Lyme, CT
1985 Arlene McDaniel Gallery, Simsbury, CT

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2017 Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2016-17 Contemporary Old Masters, Louisiana Art & Science Museum, Baton Rouge, LA
2016 American Views, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
20/21 -Visionary Artists of the 21st Century, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Dowling Walsh Gallery, Rockland, ME
2015 Celebrate! A Local Remix, Greenhut Galleries of Maine, Portland, ME
Nature Unbound, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2014 Re-presenting Representation VIII, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
New England Landscape Invitational Exhibit, Lyme Arts Association, Old Lyme, CT
2013 Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
All Paintings Great & Small, Cooley Gallery, Old Lyme, CT
45th Annual Collector’s Show & Sale, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
2012 Perception of Self, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery, 1962-2012, Forum
Gallery, New York, NY
The 6th Biennial Invitational Portland Show, Greenhut Galleries,
Portland, ME
Making Faces: Photographic Portraits of Artists and Actors, Portland
Museum, ME
2011 Vantage Point, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2010 Group Exhibition Summer, Ten High Street Fine Art, Camden, ME
2009 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2008 Reflective Realism, Laguna College of Art & Design, Laguna Beach, CA
New Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2007 Representation in American Painting, Schmucker Art Gallery – Gettysburg College, PA
The Contemporary Landscape, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
The Constructed Landscape, The Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME
Modern and Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2006 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2005 Enduring Roles and Realism: Building on the Murray Collection, Everhart Museum, Scranton, PA
2004 Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Masters and Mavericks, Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
2003 Re-Presenting Realism VI, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
2002 Past Present Future, Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport, ME
1999 Re-Presenting Realism IV, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
Realism x Three, Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME
Outward Bound: American Art on the Brink of the Twenty-First Century:
An Exhibition of Contemporary American Art, Meridian International
Center, Washington, DC, traveled to Southeast Asia
1998 After Dark, Curated by Bruce Brown, Maine Coast Artist’s Gallery,
Rockport, ME
New Works by Contemporary Artists, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1997 In the Land We Trust, Old York Historical Society, York, ME
100 Years of Maine at Work, The Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME
1996 Rediscovering the Landscape of the Americas, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, Corpus Christi TX, Bellingham WA, Rochester, NY and Charleston, SC
1995 Industrial Maine, J.S. Ames Fine Art, Belfast, ME
1994 Getting Romantic, Tatistcheff, New York, NY
An Eye for Maine, The Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME and Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME
Four Maine Realists Painters, J.S. Ames Fine Art, Belfast, ME
Recent Acquisitions, The Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME
1993 Mainescapes 1900-1992, Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME
Night Light, Barn Gallery, Ogunquit, ME
1992 On the Edge-40 years of Painting in Maine, Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME
Art of Maine: A Bounty of Woods and Water, The Monmouth Museum, Monmouth, NJ
Contemporary Maine, Gallery 68, Belfast, ME
1991 Maine and New England Arts Commission Grant Recipients, Baxter Gallery, Portland, ME
1990 Vision and Imagination: The Language of Artists, Old State House, Hartford, CT
1989 Four Contemporary Realists, Cooley Gallery, Old Lyme, CT

GRANTS:

1990 Maine Arts Commission Fellowship Grant

PUBLICATIONS:

Doerr, Anthony, et al. Night Stories: Fifteen Paintings and the Stories They Inspired. Edited by Forum Gallery, Glitterati Arts, 2017.
Linden Frederick: Night Life. Exhibition Catalogue, Forum Gallery, New York, 2014.
Konau, Britta, YOU ARE HERE: Studies and Paintings. Exhibition Catalogue, CMCA, Rockport, ME, 2009.
Linden Frederick: American Studies. Exhibition Catalogue, Forum Gallery, New York, 2008.
Linden Frederick: Memoir. Exhibition Catalogue, Forum Gallery, New York, 2004.
McAvoy, Suzette Lane, Linden Frederick: American Nights. Exhibition Catalogue, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, 2002.

SELECTED ARTICLES/REVIEWS:

Gamerman, Ellen, “ICONS: Every Picture Tells a Story,” The Wall Street Journal, April 29 – 30, 2017, C14.
Smith, Frank O. “Book review: Hauntingly into the night with painter Linden Frederick and a starry stable of writers.” Press Herald, 19 Nov. 2017, www.pressherald.com/2017/11/19/book-review-hauntingly-into-the-night-with-painter-linden-frederick-and-a-starry-stable-of-writers/.
Kiers, Olivia J., “Night Stories: Fifteen Paintings and the Stories They Inspired”, Art New England, November/December 2017, p. 20.
Hagan, Debbie, et al. “Literary Luminaries Respond to a Painter’s Dark Scenes of Maine.” Hyperallergic, 4 Oct. 2017, hyperallergic.com/403762/literary-luminaries-respond-to-a-painters-dark-scenes-of-maine/.
“Novel Graphics,” Portland Monthly Magazine, October 2017, p. 99-102.
Bodwell, Joshua. “More fall books: 3 to read, by Stephen and Owen King, Sarah Perry and Linden Frederick.” Press Herald, 27 Aug. 2017, www.pressherald.com/2017/08/27/more-fall-books/.
Frontiero, Nathan. “Linden Frederick: From Painting to Page.” Take Magazine, 25 Aug. 2017, thetakemagazine.com/linden-frederick-painter/.
MacLaughlin, Nina. “Mixing painting, stories; BPL’s community playwright; and immigrant views – The Boston Globe.” BostonGlobe.com, 10 Aug. 2017, www.bostonglobe.com/arts/books/2017/08/09/mixing-painting-stories-bpl-community-playwright-and-immigrant-views/WzyeP4fdgvtSqWt3UIcYbO/story.html.
Parrish, Christine. “Artist Linden Frederick – Night Stories: Cozy to Creepy.” Artist Linden Frederick – Night Stories: Cozy to Creepy – Free Press Online, 10 Aug. 2017, freepressonline.com/Content/Download-the-current-issue-as-a-pdf/Features/Article/Artist-Linden-Frederick-Night-Stories-Cozy-to-Creepy/93/78/54015.
Killea, Frances. “Working on Their Night Moves.” Down East, 23 Aug. 2017, downeast.com/linden-frederick/.
Shi, Diana. “Linden Frederick’s Paintings Capture Somber, Sleepy Sunsets.” Creators, 2 July 2017, creators.vice.com/en_us/article/ywgmab/linden-fredericks-paintings-somber-sleepy-sunsets.
Costello, Ann Dodds. “Bewitched, Bothered, and Bedazzled.” Bewitched, Bothered, and Bedazzled | Maine Boats Homes & Harbors, June 2017, maineboats.com/print/issue-147/bewitched-bothered-and-bedazzled.
O’hern, John, “Night Stories,” American Art Collector, June 2017, p. 46-51.
Ferris, Joshua, “Maniacs,” Modern Painters, May 2017, p. 80-93.
Anderson, Matthias, “Linden Frederick: Sparks A Wave of Storytelling,” Fine Art Connoisseur, May / June 2017, p. 57-8.
Keyes, Bob, “With ‘Night Stories,’ painter Linden Frederick teams up with writers to finish the narrative,” Portland Press Herald, April 18, 2017.
Russo, Richard, “Short Fiction: a Novelist Takes a Cue from Art,” Modern Magazine, Spring 2017, p. 104.
“Linden Frederick: Night Stories,” Blouin Gallery Guide, May 2017, p. 8-9 and cover.
Martinez, Alanna, “Night Life at Forum Gallery,” New York Observer, October 2014.
Mizota, Sharon, “Reviews: Linden Frederick,” ARTnews, January 2013, p. 105.
Jakimides, Annaliese, “Between Dusk and Dawn,” Bangor Metro, October 5, 2011.
Lindquist, Greg, “Reviews: Linden Frederick,” ARTnews, February 2011, p. 106.
O’Hern, John, “Impressions of Dusk,” American Art Collector, November 2010,
p. 60-3 and cover.
Little, Carl, “THE CANVAS: The Intrigue of Linden Frederick,” Maine Home + Design, April 2008.
Clancy, Lynda, “Constructed landscape: The beauty in its beasts,” Knox County Times Reporter, April 23, 2007.
The Gettysburg Review, Volume 18, no. 3 (Autumn 2005), pages 425-32 and cover. Hirsch, Faye, “Review of Exhibitions,” Art in America, April 2005, p. 153.
Mullarkey, Maureen. “Gallery-Going,” The New York Sun, August 26, 2004, p. 23.
Prendergast, Ben. Arts & Entertainment Section, Knox County Village, Oct. 2004

LECTURES AND MASTER CLASSES:

SUNY/Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh, NY
Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME
Hutchinson Center – University of Maine, Belfast, ME
Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME
Colby College, Waterville, ME
New York Academy of Art, New York, NY

CORPORATE AND MUSEUM COLLECTIONS:

Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
Everhart Museum, Scranton, PA
The Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME
Kohlberg Kravis Roberts, New York, NY
MBNA, Baltimore, MD
Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit, ME
Portland Museum of Art, ME
Putnam Investments, Boston, MA
Seven Bridges Foundation, Greenwich, CT
Shipman & Goodman, Hartford, CT
Sprint Nextel Art Collection, Overland Park, KS
Unum, Portland, ME

CÉSAR GALICIA
(b. 1957 Madrid, Spain)

Education
1979 Studied at San Fernando Fine Arts School, Madrid, Spain
1981 Private studies in the United States

Selected Exhibitions
2017-18 Fool the Eye, Nassau County Museum, Roslyn Harbor, NY
Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2017 The appearance of the real. Fifty years of realist art in Spain (1960–2010), Museo Carmen Thyssen Málaga, Málaga, SPAIN
Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2016 Realidad no transfigurada, Galería Leandro Navarro, Madrid, Spain
2013 Man At Work, Forum Gallery, New York
2012 Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery, 1962-2012, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2011 Vantage Point, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2009-10 César Galicia, Galeria Leandro Navarro, Madrid, Spain
2008 New Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2005 Passing Moments, Galerie Guereta, Madrid
2004 Albright Knox Gallery, Buffalo, NY
2003-04 César Galicia: Realidad y Realismo, Conde Duque Centro
Cultural, Madrid, Spain
2003 Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2003 The New York Collection 2003-2004, Albright Knox Gallery,
Buffalo, NY
2002 Arte Español de Siglo XX, Galería Guereta, Madrid, Spain
(catalogue)
2001-02 Magic Vision, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
Representing Representation V, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
2001 Current Works, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
2000 Arte Español de Siglo XX, Galería Guereta, Madrid, Spain
(catalogue)
César Galicia, Fundación Laxeiro, Vigo, 2000 (catalogue)
1998 Realism Knows No Bounds, Van de Griff Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1995 Art Miami ‘95, Forum Gallery, Miami, Florida
1994 North American Representation, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Realismo group exhibition, Conde Duque Centro Cultural, Madrid, Spain
1993 La Piel de la Manzana, Galería Guereta, Madrid, Spain (catalogue)
1992 Awarded the Sirena del Mediterrane Prize by the Italian Ministry of Culture
1990 César Galicia, One Man Show, Staempfli Gallery, New York, NY
(catalogue)
Moved to New York
Represented by Galería Guereta, Madrid, Spain
1989 Spanish Realism exhibition with Claudio Bravo and Antonio Lopez Garcia, Staempfli Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue)
1986 Represented by Staempfli Gallery, New York, NY
1985 Began Showing with Staempfli Gallery, New York, NY

Collections:

Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City, Mexico
Museo Municipal de Arte Contemporáneo de Madrid /Centro Cultural del
Conde Duque, Madrid, Spain
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
Seven Bridges Foundation, Greenwich, CT
Pennsylvania Museum, Philadelphia, PA
Osaka Museum, Japan

 

JEFFREY GOLD

Born: Los Angeles, California, 1958

Education: B.F.A – Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA, 1983

Solo Exhibitions:

1993 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1994 Koplin Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
1998 Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
1999 Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
2002 Elaine Baker Gallery, Boca Raton, FL
Moments, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2008 In the Artist’s Studio: The Paintings of Jeffrey Gold, Mesa Arts
Center, Mesa, AZ

Group Exhibitions:

1982 Art Center College of Design Gallery, Pasadena, CA
1987 Toys, Gallery Henoch, New York, NY
Works on Paper II, Gallery Henoch, New York, NY
1988 Fabrics, Gallery Henoch, New York, NY
1993 Figurative Paintings, Summer 1993, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
Drawings III, Koplin Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
1995 New Looks, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
1998 Group Show, Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
1999 Contemporary Still Life, The Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach, VA
2000 Still Lifes, William Baczek Fine Arts, Northampton, MA
Representing L.A. Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA
2001 Forum Gallery Inagural Exhibition, Los Angeles Representing L.A. Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX
Representing L.A. Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, CA
Still Life Expressions, California State University, Los Angeles, CA
2002 Figure This II, California State University, Los Angeles, CA
2010 Contemporary Figurative Art in U.S.A.- A Selection, Casa Dell’Arte, Beyoglu, Istanbul, Turkey

Publications:

2001 American Arts Quarterly, Representing L.A.: Pictorial Currents in Southern California Art, (Spring)

2002 Artweek, Review, June, Volume 33, Issue 5.

2003 Southwest Art June, Volume 33, Number 1, page 88

Teaching:

Art Center College of Design 2002 –

Private Collections:

Julie & Tracy Albert
Corbin Bernsen & Amanda Pays
Henry Bushkin
Jim Carrey
Jill Franklyn
Annabeth Gish
David & Doreen Hermelin
Dan Honigman
Samantha Kluge
Linden Nelson
Robert & Marcy Orley
Mr. John McCarty
Steve Robbman
Ken Topolsky
Ray Zimmerman

Selected Collections:

Chrome Hearts Corporate Headquarters, Los Angeles, California
Halo Corporate Headquarters, Beverly Hills, Michigan
The Lone Star Steak House, New York

    SUSAN HAUPTMAN

    (1947-2015)

    BORN: Michigan

    EDUCATION:

    1969-70 Wayne State University, Detroit, MI – M.F.A.
    1967-68 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI – B.F.A.
    1965-66 Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, PA

    SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

    2009-10 “Susan Hauptman,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    “Susan Hauptman,” Lux Art Institute, Encinitas, CA
    2006-2007 “Susan Hauptman: Drawings,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    (cat.)
    2004 Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    2002 “Drawn from the Heart”, Forum Gallery, NY
    2000 Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA
    “Walter Gropius Masters Workshop Series: Drawing the
    Figure“, Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV
    1999 “Animations,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1996 Tatistcheff Gallery, New York, NY (cat.)
    Tatistcheff/Rogers Gallery, Santa Monica, CA (cat.)
    1993 Tatistcheff Gallery, New York, NY
    Campbell-Thiebaud Gallery, San Francisco, CA (cat.)
    1992 Norton Gallery of Art, West Palm Beach, FL
    Tatistcheff Gallery, Santa Monica, CA (cat.)
    1990 Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC (cat.)
    1989 Jeremy Stone Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    1988 Allan Stone Gallery, New York, NY
    1984 Allan Stone Gallery, New York, NY
    Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA
    Jeremy Stone Gallery, San Francisco, CA

    SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

    2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2017 We the People, Minnesota Museum of American Art, St. Paul, MN
    Seeing With Our Own Eyes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2016 20/21 – VISIONARY ARTISTS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2014 Wives, Daughters and Lovers, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2013 “Singular Vision”, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    “Roots and Links: Gifts from the Women’s Committee of the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Corcoran Gallery of Art”, Washington, DC
    “Lies that Tell the Truth: Magic Realism in Contemporary Art”, University Art Gallery at Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN
    “CHARCOAL!”, Schick Art Gallery at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York,
    2012 “Perception of Self”, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    “Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012”, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2011 43rd Collectors Show & Sale, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    “Vantage Point”, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2010 “Contemporary Figurative Art in U.S.A. – A Selection”, Casa
    Dell’Arte, Beyoglu, Istanbul, Turkey
    2010 Collector’s Show & Sale, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    2009 “A Figural Presence,” Chapel Art Center at Saint Anselm College,
    Manchester, NH
    “Reflections/Refractions: Self-Portraiture in the Twentieth Century,”
    Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC
    “The Human Subject,” The Cleveland State University Art Gallery,
    Cleveland, OH
    “Summer Selections,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2008-09 “Contemporary Women’s Self Portraiture: The Kahlo Legacy,”
    Spheris Gallery, Hanover, NH
    2008 “The Figure Revealed: Contemporary American Figurative
    Paintings and Drawings,” Kalamazoo Institute of Art, MI
    “Scrutiny: Artist Self Portraits,” Suzanne H. Arnold Art
    Gallery, Lebanon Valley College, Annville, PA
    “Not Without Form: Recent Drawings and Works on Paper,”
    Donna Beam Fine Art Gallery, University of Nevada, Los
    Vegas
    2007 – 08 “Visions; Selections from the James T Dyke Collection of
    Contemporary Drawings,” Naples Museum of Art FL; Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    2007 “The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary Works on
    Paper,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    “About Face”, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA
    “The Feminist Figure,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    “Real and Imagined: Works of Art by Wayne State University
    Alumni Ed Farga, Susan Hauptman and Carol Pylant,”
    Elaine L. Jacob Gallery, Detroit, MI
    “The Figure in Pastel,” Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH
    2005-6 “2005 Collector’s Show,” Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    “Singular Expressions: Sheldon Invitational,” Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, Lincoln, NE
    2005 “Figurative Impulse,” Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    “Looking at Herself,” Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, Old Lyme, CT
    2004 “Artist Talk: Five Years,” Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, Old Lyme, CT
    “Drawings VII,” Koplin Del Rio Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    “Self-Evidence: Identity in Contemporary Art”, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA
    “Masters and Mavericks”, Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
    “Displacement: Contemporary Drawings”, Gescheidle Gallery, Chicago, IL
    “Contemporary Art from a Figurative Perspective,” Laguna College of Art and Design, Laguna Beach, CA
    2003 “Go Figure! Manifestations of the Human Form in Contemporary Art,” Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC
    “Transforming the Commonplace,” Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, PA
    “Modern and Contemporary Portraits curated by Townsend Wolfe,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    “Magic Realism: A New Generation,” Sangre de Cristo Art Center, Pueblo, CO
    “Contemporary Works on Paper”, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    “Collector’s Show,” Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    “The New York Collection 2003-2004,” Albright Knox Museum, Buffalo, NY
    2002 “Dog Days of Summer,” Savannah College of Art Design, GA
    “Representations: The Art of Drawing,” Schick Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
    “A Decade of American Contemporary Figurative Drawing,” Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA
    2001-02 “Magic Vision,” Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    2001 “Drawings,” McNeese State University, Lake Charles, LA
    2000 “Visiting Lectures, Department of Visual and Environmental Studies,” Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
    “Nude + Narrative,” P.P.O.W., New York, NY
    “Still Lifes,” William Baczek Fine Arts, Northampton, MA
    1999 “Contemporary Still Life,” The Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach, VA
    “New Visions by Nine Contemporary Women”, Forum Gallery, New York
    “1999 Nexus Biennial Celebrating Local Figures,” Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA
    “Self Portraits,” Elaine L. Jacob Gallery, Detroit, MI
    1998 “It’s Still Life,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    “The Figure,” Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, GA
    “Still Life Painting Today,” Jerald Melberg Gallery Inc., Charlotte, NC
    “The Figurative Impulse,” Miami-Dade Community College, Kendall Campus Art Gallery, Miami, FL
    “Drawings IV,” Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    “Realism Knows No Bounds,” van de Griff Gallery, Sante Fe, NM
    “Theater of Self-Invention: Self-Portraiture in Contemporary Art,” J.B. Speed Art Museum, Louisville, KY
    1997-98 “Table Tops: Morandi’s Still Lifes to Mapplethorpe’s Flower Studies,” California Center for the Arts Museum, Escondido, CA
    “The Artist’s World,” Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York, NY
    1997 “Gillespie, Hauptman, Stelzmann: Works of Art,” Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL
    “Old Faces, New Faces,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    “Objects of Personal Significance,” [traveling exhibition] [cat.], Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN
    “Composite Persona,” [traveling exhibition] [cat.], University Art Gallery, San Diego State University and Fullerton Museum Center, CA
    “V.E.S. Visiting Faculty,” Carpenter Center, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
    1996 “Narcissism: Artists Reflect Themselves,” (cat.), California Center for the Arts, Escondido, CA
    1995 “Self-Portraits”, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
    “Collecting with Richard Brown Baker,” (cat.), Yale University Art Museum, New Haven, CT
    “The Reconstructed Figure,” (cat.), Katonah Museum, Katonah, NY
    “Re-Presenting Representation,” Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
    “Vital Signs,” (cat.), Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery
    1994 “National Drawing Invitational,” (cat.), Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK
    1992 “Susan Hauptman and William Beckman – The Female Nude,” Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington, IN
    “Black and White,” Riverside Art Museum, Riverside, CA
    1991 “43rd Annual Academy-Institute Purchase Exhibition,” American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, NY
    “Recent Acquisitions of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, Part Two: 1950-1991,” California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA
    San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose, CA,
    1988 “Exhibition of Work by Newly Elected Members and Recipients of Awards,” American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, NY
    “Portraits by California Artists,” (traveling exhibition), Oakland Museum of Art, Oakland, CA
    1987 “Present Perspective,” Fresno Art Center & Museum, Fresno, CA
    1986 “Best Picks,” Oakland Museum of Art, Oakland, CA
    “Bay Area Art: A Jewish Perspective,” Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA
    “Recent Drawings from Northern California,” University of California, Davis, CA
    1985 “Realist Drawings and Watercolor,” [traveling exhibition] [cat.], San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
    1984 “Recent Drawings by Five Bay Area Artists,” San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, San Francisco, CA

    CURATOR:

    2013 Drawing Discourse: 4th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Drawing, University of North Carolina, Asheville

    SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:

    Boettger, Suzaan, Art in America, September 1999
    Burchard, Hank, “Naked Truths at Corcoran,” The Washington Post,
    February 9, 1990
    Burkhart, Dorothy, “Mirror, Mirror On the Canvas,” San Jose Mercury
    News, August 9, 1991
    Chattopadhyay, Collette, “Susan Hauptman,” Artweek, May, 1996
    Cullum, Jerry, “ ‘Figure’, an edgy show of surprises,” Atlanta Journal
    Constitution, August 21, 1998
    Dalkey, Victoria, “Drawing on the Basics,” Sacramento Bee, April 27, 1986
    Darling, Michael, “Susan Hauptman,” Art Issues, Summer, 1996
    Drawing Difference: An Allotropic Approach, (2014: I.B. Tauris), Mecksimmon, Marsha and Sawdon, Phil.
    Drawing Now: Between the Lines of Contemporary Art, (2007: I.B. Tauris), TRACEY: Sawdon, Phil; Selby, Andrew; Downs, Simon; Tormey, Jane
    Firestein, Cecily Barth, “Dreams Within Dreams,” ARTSPEAK, January 16,
    1988
    French, Christopher, “Spaces for Obscure Magic,” Artweek, June 2, 1984
    Green, Blake, “Best Picks’ Showcases Four Bay Area Artists,” The
    Museum of California, November, 1986
    Hagen, Charles, “In Connecticut, a Collector’s Eclecticism, Yale University Art
    Gallery,” New York Times, July 14, 1995
    Hays, J. Burstein, “Drawing Broadly Defined,” Artweek, October 13, 1984
    Heartney, Eleanor, “Looking at Herself,” Catalog Essay, Chauncey Stillman
    Gallery, Lyme Academy college of Fine Arts, December 9, 2005
    Highwater, Jamake, “Artists Who Work All Night Long,” The Christian
    Science Monitor, September 14, 1988
    Jones, Harvey L., “The Artists of California: A Group Portrait in Mixed Media,”
    (exh. cat., The Oakland Museum, Oakland, California, 1988)
    Kandel, Susan, “The Frightening Precision of Hauptman’s Work,”
    Los Angeles Times, February 6, 1992
    Kandel, Susan, “Real and Surreal: Susan Hauptman,” Los Angeles Times,
    February 22, 1996
    Kimmelman, Michael, “Hudson Valley Crop: Portraits and di Suvero,
    Katonah Museum of Art,” New York Times, July 14, 1995
    Kohen, Helen L., “Charcoals Deftly Probe Meaning of Self,” Miami
    Herald, May 10, 1992
    Koplos, Janet, “Susan Hauptman,” Art in America, July, 1996
    LeSuer, Claude, “Visual Olympics to Demolition Derby,” ARTSPEAK,
    February 16, 1984
    Martin, Alvin, “American Realism” (exh. cat., San Francisco Museum
    of Modern Art, San Francisco, California, Abrams, 1985)
    Morch, Al, “Drawing Close to Reality,” San Francisco Examiner, May 21,1984
    Mochary, Alexandra, “Bay Area Art: Take Another Look,” Antiques and
    Fine Art, November/December, 1987
    Ollman, Leah, Los Angeles Times, October 2004
    Orr-Cahall, Christina, “Best Picks” (exh. cat., The Oakland Museum, Oakland,
    California, 1986)
    Pagel, David, “Movie Inspired ‘Place’: Going to the Picture Show,”
    Los Angeles Times, August 28, 1998
    Patterson, Tom, “See yesterday’s still life at Mint, today’s at Melberg,” The
    Charlotte Observer, February 22, 1998
    Picot, Pierre, “Confronting Self and Others,” Artweek, March 18, 1989
    Pincus, Robert, “Fabricated Faces,” The San Diego Union-Tribune, March 10,
    1997
    Pincus, Robert, “Looking in the mirror,” The San Diego Union- Tribune,
    December 13, 2009
    Reaves, Wndy Wick “Reflections/Refractions: Self-Portraiture in the Twentieth
    Century” (exh. cat., The Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery,
    Washington, DC, 2009)
    Regan, Kate, “Drawings of Startling Realism,” San Francisco Chronicle, May 19,
    1984
    Richard, Paul, “Susan Hauptman, Through the Looking Glass,” The
    Washington Post, February 3, 1990
    Sultan, Terrie, “Susan Hauptman: The Obsessive Image” (exh. cat.,
    The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 1990)
    Shere, Charles, “Richmond’s B.A.D. Show is G-O-O-D,” Oakland Tribune, July
    7, 1987
    Tomlinson, Robert, “First Sight: Bay Area Drawing,” (exh. cat.,
    Richmond Art Center, Richmond California, 1987)
    White, Cheryl, “Quality as a Common Denominator,” Artweek, November 15,
    1986

    AWARDS AND GRANTS:

    2009-10 Artist Residency, Lux Art Institute, Encinitas, CA
    2009 Pollock-Krasner Foundation
    2002 Pollock-Krasner Foundation
    1996 Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation Grant
    Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Grant
    1995, 1989 Art Matters, Inc.
    1991, 1985 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship
    USA/France Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts
    1990 California Arts Council, Visual Artist Fellowship
    1988 American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters
    1984 Oakland Museum Artist of the Year Award
    1976 Yaddo Grant, Summer Residence, Saratoga Springs, NY

    TEACHING:

    1997,2000-02 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, Visiting Artist
    1997-2000 Lamar Dodd Professorial Chair, University of Georgia, Athens
    1996 University of CA, Santa Barbara, Visiting Artist
    Oregon School of Arts and Crafts, Visiting Artist
    1990 San Francisco Art Institute, CA, Visiting Artist,
    Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, Visiting Artist
    1985 University of California, Davis, CA – Visiting Artist
    1981 University of Pittsburgh, PA, Semester at Sea
    1974-78 Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY – Asst. Prof.
    1974 St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY – Visiting Artist
    1972-74 University of Pittsburgh, PA – Instructor

    SELECTED COLLECTIONS:

    Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, San Francisco, CA
    Alan Stone, New York, NY
    Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA
    Chase Manhattan Bank, New York, NY
    Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
    Dean Witter Reynolds, Inc., San Francisco, CA
    Glenn Janss Collection, Sun Valley, ID
    Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
    Lee Grant, New York, NY
    Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kogod, Washington, DC
    Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
    Minnesota Museum of American Art, St. Paul, MN
    Norton Gallery of Art, Palm Beach, FL
    Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA
    Pacific Bell, San Ramon, CA
    Richard Brown Baker, New York, NY
    Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC

    Xenia Hausner

    1951 Born in Vienna

    1972-1976 Studied stage design at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, London

    1977-1992 Painted over 100 theater and opera sets, for spaces including the Burgtheater in Vienna, Vienna State Opera, Salzburg Festival, Berlin State Theater, Covent Garden in London, Théatre de la Monnaie in Brussels

    1992 Began to work exclusively as an independent painter
    Lives in Berlin and Upper Austria

    Exhibitions

    1996 Die Kraft der Bilder, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin
    Xenia Hausner Menschenbilder, Galerie Thomas, Munich
    Meisterwerke der österreichischen Gegenwartskunst, Galerie Heike
    Curtze, Salzburg
    Galerie Thomas, München
    Art Forum Berlin, Galerie Heike Curtze, Wein
    Art Cologne, Einzelschau, Galerie Thomas, München
    1997 Xenia Hausner Liebesfragmente, Kunsthalle Vienna/Museum der
    bildenden Kunste Leipzig Paaralaug, Galerie Heike Curtze, Salzburg
    Paarlauf, Galerie Heike Curtze, Wein
    Zeitgenossiche Kunst aus österriech, European Monetary Institute,
    Frankfurt am Main
    Dragoco art prize for painting
    Art Cologne, Galerie Thomas, München
    Art Forum Berlin, Galerie Heike Curtze, Wien
    Art Basel, Galerie Thomas, München
    1998 Wirklichkeit und Traum, Berlin Galerie, Berlin
    Xenia Hausner: Malerei, Kunsthalle Koblenz
    Schleier der Vergblichkeit- Das Stilleben zwei Jahre vor der Jahrtausendwende, Kunstraum Kapfenberg
    Xenia Hausner: Die Dinge des Lebens, Kunstforum Hallein
    Xenia Hausner: Liebesfragmente, Jesuitenkirche, Galerie der Stadl
    Aschaffenburg
    Art Basel, Galerie Thomas, München
    Art Cologne, Galerie Thomas, München
    1999 Xenia Hausner: Thema und Variationen, Graphic work, Galerie Heike
    Curtze, Vienna
    Künstlerportrios. Eine Gegenuberstellung, Galerie Levy/Galerie
    Hohmann, Hamburg
    Figuration, Rupertinum, Museum of Modern Art, Salzburg/Museion,
    Museum of Modern Art of the city of Bozen/ Ursula Blickle Stiflung, Kraichtal
    Art Basel, Galerie Thomas, München
    KunstWein, Galerie Heike Curtze, Wien
    2000 Ernst Barlach Art Prize, Hamburg
    Xenia Hausner: Kampfzone, Käthe-Kollwitz Museum, Berlin/State
    Russian Museum, St. Petersburg/ Galerie Pictureshow, Berlin
    Menschen, Ernst Barlach Museum, Hamburg/ Wedel
    Xenia Hausner: Heart Matters, Forum Gallery, New York
    Xenia Hausner: New Work, (individual exhibition), Museum of Modern
    Art Salzburg and Rupertinum, Salzburg, Austria
    Identities: Contemporary Portraiture, New Jersey Center for Visual
    Arts, Summit, NJ
    Rupertinum Musem Fur Moderne Und Zeitgenossiche Kunst, Salzburg, Austria
    Art Frankfurt, Galerie Hohmann, Hamburg
    Art Chicago, Forum Gallery, New York
    2001 Xenia Hausner: Neue Arbeiten, Rupertinum,Museum der Moderne, Salzburg
    Xenia Hausner: Papierarbeiten, Galerie 422 Gmunden
    Malerei, Galerie Heike Curtze, Salzburg
    Xenia Hausner: Gemälde und Grafik, Galerie Thomas, München
    Malerei, Galerie Hohmann, Hamburg
    Art Basel, Galerie Thomas, München
    Art Cologne, Galerie Thomas, München
    KunstWien, Galerie 422, Gmund
    2002 Xenia Hausner: Malerei, Galerie Kämpf, Basel
    Künstlerhaus Salon 2002 – im Zentrum: Diskurs, Künstlerhaus Wien
    Kunst Köln, Galerie Hohmann, Hamburg
    Art Basel, Galerie Thomas, München
    Art Cologne, Galerie Thomas, München
    KunstWien, Galerie 422, Gmund
    2003 New Paintings, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, California
    Xenia Hausner: Statements Basel – Köln, Galerie Schüppenhauer, Köln
    Xenia Hausner: Paintings, Forum Gallery, New York
    Xenia Hausner: Damenwahl, Galerie Deschler, Berlin
    Art Basel, Galerie Thomas, München
    Art Cologne, Galerie Thomas, München
    Art Chicago, Forum Gallery, New York
    Art Basel Miami, Galerie Thomas, München
    San Francisco International Art Exposition, Forum Gallery, New York
    Art of the 20th Century New York, Forum Gallery, New York
    2004 Xenia Hausner; Die 2. Natur, Charim Galerie, Wien, Austria
    Xenia Hausner: Upper Class und Working Girl, Galerie der Stadt Salzburg im Mirabellgarten
    Double Game / Triple Gain, Charim Galerie – Galerie SixFriedrichLisaUngar, Salzburg
    Face to Face, Galerie Judith Walker, Schloss Ebenau, Weizelsdorf / Rosental
    Summer Setting, Galerie Deschler, Berlin
    All About … Berlin 2 – Malerei, whiteBOX Kultfabrik, München
    Xenia Hausner: Fremd. Berichte aus ferner Nähe – Kunstfest Weimar Pèlerinages
    Ins Neue Jahr, Weiblich, Galerie 422, Gmunden
    Arco Madrid, Galerie Thomas, München
    Art Karlsruhe, Galerie Deschler, Berlin
    Art Chicago, Forum Gallery, New York
    San Francisco International Art Exposition, Forum Gallery, New York
    Art Basel, Galerie Thomas, München
    2005 Expressionismus – 100 Jahre Österreichische und Tschechische Kunst, Barockschloss Riegersburg
    Xenia Hausner, Art und Fest 19, Festwochen Gmunden
    Physiogonomie der 2. Republik, Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Wien
    Rundlederwelten, Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin
    Xenia Hausner: Glücksfall, Einzelschau, Ludwig Museum, Koblenz
    Art Karlsruhe, Galerie Deschler, Berlin
    2006 Back to the Figure – Contemporary Painting, Kunsthalle der Hypokulturstiftung, Munich
    Xenia Hausner – Glücksfall, KunstHaus Wien, Vienna, Austria
    Xenia Hausner: New Works, Galerie Boisserée, Köln
    Austria: 1900 – 2000 Confrontations and Continuities, Sammlung Essl, Klosterneuburg
    Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York
    CIGE, Kunsthalle Koblenz, Koblenz
    Art Palmbeach, Forum Gallery, New York
    Art Palmbeach, Galerie von Braunbehrens, München
    2007 The Feminist Figure, New York, NY
    Two, Galerie von Braunbehrens, Munich
    Back to the Figure, Kunsthaus, Vienna
    2008 ON Europe first Montijo International Biennal, Portugal
    Xenia Hausner: Your & I, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    New Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2009 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Xenia Hausner, Palais Liechtenstein, Forum for Contemporary Art, Feldkirch
    Yearning for an Image: the Portrait through the Ages, Kunsthalle Krems
    2010 Intimacy: Bathing in Art, Kunstmuseum Ahlen, Ahlen
    Trailblazer, Gabriele Münter Prize 2010, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin
    Xenia Hausner, New Works, Kunsthaus Walker, Klagenfurt
    2011 Xenia Hausner – Damage, Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai
    Sense of Family, Installation Ringturm, Vienna
    Glasmalerei der Moderne, Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe
    2012 Xenia Hausner – ÜberLeben, Essl Museum, Klosterneuburg
    INTERVIEW with Günther Oberhollenzer
    5th Beijing International Art Biennale, Beijing (China)
    Glass painting of the 21st century, Centre international du Vitrail, Chartres
    Xenia Hausner – Flagrant délit, Musée Würth France, Erstein
    2013 Sie. Selbst. Nackt, Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum, Bremen
    Painting Water, Berlin Art Week, Galerie Deschler
    A.E.I.O.U. – Österreichische Aspekte in der Sammlung Würth,
    Museum Würth, Künzelsau
    2014 Xenia Hausner, Look Left – Look Right, Today Art Museum, Beijing
    Xenia Hausner, Look Left – Look Right, The Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Arts Center, Hong Kong
    Glanzlichter. Meisterwerke zeitgenössischer Glasmalerei im Naumburger Dom, Naumburg
    Die Andere Sicht, Essl Museum, Klosterneuburg
    2015 From Hockney to Holbein. The Würth Collection in Berlin, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin
    Personal Structures: Crossing Borders, Palazzo Mora, Venice
    Soft Power, Leo Gallery, Shanghai
    Girl, Girls, Girls, Galerie Deschler, Berlin
    Xenia Hausner, Some Hope, FO.KU.S, Innsbruck
    2016 Frau im Bild – Female Portraits from the Würth Collection, Galleri Würth, Oslo
    Rendezvous, Meisterwerke aus der Sammlung Essl, Essl Museum, Klosterneuburg
    2017 Xenia Hausner – Exiles in Personal Structures: Crossing Borders, Palazzo Bembo, Venice
    Entfesselt. Malerinnen der Gegenwart, Schloss Achberg, Germany
    Modern & Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York
    10 – Alive and Kicking, Dominik Mersch Gallery, Sydney
    Menagerie. An Animal Show from the Würth Collection, Forum Würth Rorschach, CH
    2017 Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    Selected literature

    Xenia Hausner, Rälselraum Fremde Frau, Edition Braus, Heidelberg, 1990
    Xenia Hausner, Menschenbilder, Galerie Thomas, Munich 1996 (catalog)
    Xenia Hausner, Liebesfragmente, edited by Britta Scmitz, Wienand Verlag,
    Cologne, 1997
    Xenia Hausner, Menschen, Galerie der Stadt, Aschoffenburg, Aschaffenburg,
    1998 (catalog)
    “ARTGENOSSEN,” film portrait, ORF, 1996
    Günter Englehard, “von Kampfen, Zweiflen und von Zärlichkeit,” ART (Hamburg), No. 4, 1997
    Helmut Orpel, “Die Portraits der Xenia Hausner,” ART PROFIL, No. 1, 1999
    Xenia Hausner: Heart Matters (Kampfzone), Introduction by Donald Kuspit and text by Aleksander Borovsky, Weiland Schmied, and Peter Weirmair, edited by Weiland Schmied, translated into English from the original German by Kate Sturge; Forum Gallery Editions, 2000
    Xenia Hausner: Hide and Seek (Glücksfall), Foreward by Beate Reifensheid and essays by Carl Aigner, Rainer Metzger, and Katharina Sykora, Prestel Press, Munich

    Public Collections

    Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE

    SEAN  HENRY

    BORN: England, 1965

    Lives and Works in Winchester, Hampshire, England

    EDUCATION:

    1991-1992            Visiting Artist, University of California, Davis, with Robert Arneson

    1984-1987            Bristol Art School, England, BA in ceramics

    1983-1984            The West Surrey College of Art, England

    SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

    2015                       Sean Henry, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
                                    Bliackachsen 10, Hessenpark Museum, Nue-Anspach, Germany
                                    Blickachsen 10, Saalburg Museum, Bad Homburg, Germany

    2014                       Sean Henry, Galerie Andersson Sandstrom, Stockholm, Sweden
                                    Sleeper: LKFF Art & Sculpture Projects, Brussels, Belgium

    2013                       SEAN HENRY, Glyndebourne Opera House, Sussex, England

    2012                       THE WAY IT IS, Osborne Samuel Gallery, London

    2011                       Sean Henry: Conflux, A Union of the Sacred and the Anonymous, Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury, England.

    2010                      Sean Henry, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
                                   Sean Henry Sculpture, Gallerie Andersson Sandstrom, Stockholm, Sweden

    2008                       New Sculpture and Drawing, Osbourne Samuel Gallery, London

    2007                       Präsenz – Presence, Galerie von Braunbehrens, München, Deutschland Galleri
    Andersson Sandtröm, Umea, Sweden.

    2006                       You’re Not the Same, Forum Gallery,  New York and Los Angeles

                                     Sean Henry: Sculpture, Cartwright Hall, Bradford, UK

    2005                       Sculpture and Drawings, Kunsthandel Frans Jacobs, Amsterdam, Holland

    2004                       Here and Now, Berkeley Square Gallery, London, England

                                     Sculpture in the Workplace, Canary Wharf, London, UK

                                     Sculpture at Goodwood, Goodwood, West Sussex, UK

    2003                        Lower Grainger Street, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

    2002                        Sculpture and Drawings, Forum Gallery, New York and Los Angeles

    2001                       Sculpture and Drawings, Berkeley Square Gallery, London, UK

    1999                        A Pilgrimage, Davis and Tooth, London, UK

    1998                       The Centre of the Universe, Circolo Degli Artisti, Faenza, Italy

    1997                       Up Against It, Air Gallery, London

    1995                       New Sculptures and Drawings, John Natsoulas Gallery, Davis, CA

    1994                       The Flip-Side of Dominic Hyde, Holdsworth Gallery, Sydney, Australia

    1991                       Seven Heads, John Natsoulas Gallery, Davis, CA

    1988                      Inner Visions, 2 Michaelson & Orient Gallery, London

    SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

    2017-18                  Fool the Eye, Nassau County Museum, Roslyn Harbor, NY
    2017                       Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2016                       20/21 – VISIONARY ARTISTS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2015                       In Kleinen Format, Galerie Scheffel, Bad Homburg, Germany
    TEFAF: Kunsthandel Frans Jacobs, Masstricht, Holland

    2014                       Ladies First: Galerie Von Braunbehrens, Munich, Germany
                                    TEFAF: Kunsthandel Frans Jacobs, Masstricht, Holland
                                    SCOPE: Kunsthandel Frans Jacobs, Basel, Switzerland

    2013                       In Kleinen Format, Galerie Scheffel, Bad Homburg, Germany
                                    Heavy Metal and Stones, Galleri Andersson/ Sandstrom, Umea, Sweden
                                   BLICKACHSEN 9, Galerie Scheffel, Bad Homburg, Germany
                                   Summer Salon Show, Rarity Gallery, Mykonos, Greece
                                   SCOPE, Frans Jacobs Fine Art, Basel, Switzerland

    2012                       Perception of Self, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
                                    Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012, Forum
    Gallery, New York, NY
                                    Presence, LKFF Art & Sculpture Projects, Brussels, Belgium
                                    Interesting Times, University of Leicester, Harold Martin Botanic Garden, Leicester, UK

    2011                        Vantage Point 2011, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    2010                       Contemporary Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture: A Summer  Selection, Forum Gallery,
    New York,  NY
                                     Eigse 30 Year Visual Arts Retrospective, Carlow Town, Ireland
                                     Liminality, Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury, UK
                                     Summer Exhibition, Osbourne Samuel Gallery, London

    2009                       Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
                                     British Sculpture, Osbourne Samuel Gallery, London
                                     London Art Fair, Osbourne Samuel, London, UK

    2006                       Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
                                     Gallerie Stefan Anderson, Umea, Sweden
                                     Umedalen Skulpturepark, Umea, Sweden
                                     Tefaf Maastricht, Kunsthandel Frans Jacobs

    2005                       Figurative Impulse, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
                                     Important New Works by Forum Gallery Artists, Forum Gallery, New York
                                     Three Sculptors, Osborne Samuel, London
                                     Contemporary Sculpture, Berkeley Square Gallery
    Golden Square, London
    Sculpture, Soloman Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

    2004                      Canary Wharf, London Le Meridien Cumberland Hotel, Marble Arch, London
                                    Sculpture in the Park, Durham

    2002-3                  Thinking Big: 21st Century British Sculpture, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, Italy

    2002                      Paddington Central Development, London River and Rowing Museum, Henley-On-Thames, Oxfordshire
                                   About Face, Croyden Clocktower Museum, London, UK

    2001                       Salon de Mars, Geneva, Switzerland

    2000                       Classicismi Metropolitani, Rome, Italy

    1999                       Eigse Carlow Arts Festival, (Featured artist) Carlow, Ireland
                                    Artists of Fame and Promise, Beaux Arts, Bath, UK
                                   Group Show, Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL

    1998                       Beaux Arts, Bath, UK

    Atlantic Crossing, Barbican, London

    1997                       Contemporary British Art, The Leferve Gallery, London

    34th Exhibition, The Society of Sculptors, London

                                    Contemporary Art, The Air Gallery, London

                                    Summer Show, Blue Gallery, London

    New Movements in Contemporary Figurative Sculpture, Nevada Institute of
    Contemporary Art, NV

    1996                       Summer Show, Blue Gallery, London

                                    Artists of Fame and Promise, Beaux Arts, Bath, UK

                                    Robert Arneson Tribute Exhibition, John Natsoulas & John Berggruen Gallery, San
    Francisco, CA

    1995                       IV Mostra Mercato, Faenza Faience, Faenza, Italy

                                    New Work, Sacramento Club, Sacramento, CA

                                    The Figure, John Natsoulas Gallery, Davis, CA

    1994                       Holdsworth Galleries, Sydney, Australia

                                    Gallery Artists, Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney, Australia

    1993                       Honolulu Academy of the Arts, Hawaii

                                    Ceramic Contemporaries, Victoria and Albert Museum, London

    1991                       Royal Festival Hall, London (three man show)

    Gallerie Marihube, New York, NY

    Special Photographers Gallery, London

    Major Artists/Minor Works, South Mountain Center for the Arts, Phoenix, AZ

    The Collection, Brompton Road, London

    1991-97                Thirty Sculptors, (annual exhibition) John Natsoulas Gallery, Davis, CA

    1990                      Gladding McBean & Co., CA

    Natsoulas/Novoloso Gallery, CA

    1989                       State Capitol Building, Sacramento, CA

    1988                       Hannah Peschar Gallery, Ockley, Surrey, UK

    SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:

    BOOKS

    Silvia Langen, Outdoor Art: Extraordinary Sculpture Parks and Art In Nature, Published by Prestel in 2015. 208 Pages.

    CONFLUX: A Union of the Sacred and the Anonymous, Published by Scala in 2011. 71 Pages, hardback.

    Tom Flynn, SEAN HENRY, Published by Scala in 2008. 160 Pages.

    Ann Elliot & Sue Hubbard, Sculpture at Goodwood: A Vision for Twenty-First Century British Sculpture.
    Published by Sculpture at Goodwood in 2002. 408 pages, hardback.

    Edward Lucie-Smith, Art Tomorrow. Published by Finest S.A. / Editions Pierre Terrail, Paris 2002.
    Hardback and paperback, 278 pages, full color.

    Nobert Lynton, Ann Elliot, & Louise Vaughan, Bronze: Contemporary British Sculpture.  Published by the
    Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea Libraries and Arts Service.  Paperback, 176 pages.

    CATALOGUES

    2015                       Sean Henry, Forum Gallery, New York, NY. 30 pages with illustrations

    2006                       Sean Henry: You’re Not the Same, Forum Gallery, New York, NY. 30 pages with
    illustrations

    2005                      Sean Henry, Tom Flynn & Sean Henry, Kunsthandel Frans Jacobs/ Judith Bouwknegt
    Contemporary

    Amsterdam, Holland. 62 pages, with 500 limited edition double cover. Design by
    Robstolk.

    Eigse Carlow Visual Art Catalogue 2005, Elspeth Moncrieff, Carlow, Ireland

    2004                       Here and Now, Jack Turner & Elspeth Moncrieff, Berkeley Square Gallery, London UK
    56 pages. Designed by Peter B. Willberg. Printed by the Colourhouse Ltd. London.

    2003                       Thinking Big: Concepts for 21st Century British Sculpture, Sculpture at Goodwood & The
    Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation.

    2002                       Sean Henry: Sculpture and Drawings, Norbert Lynton & Barbara S. Krulik, Berkeley
    Square Gallery

    London, UK & Forum Gallery, New York and Los Angeles, USA. 48 pages.

    1999                      A Pilgrimage, Ann Elliot, Davies & Tooth, London, UK. 26 pages. Villiers David Prize
    Exhibition.

    Classicismi Metropolitani, Manuela Alessandra Filippi, Il Politicco, Rome, Italy

    1998                       The Centre of the Universe, Beatrice Buscaroli, Edward Lucie-Smith and Lamberto
    Fabbri. Published by Circolo Degli Artisti, Faenza, Italy. Hardback, cloth cover, 64 pages.

    Poetry by Paul Durcan and David Hart, with a limited edition of 50 with attached
    sculpture on front cover.

    ARTICLES

    2006                       David Gewirtzman, “Jonathan Pryce Is ‘Not The Same’,” Playbill News, 19th April

    Robert Ayers, “Jonathan Pryce, in Triplicate,” ArtInfo.com, 21st April

    Randy Kennedy, “Star of Stage, Figure of Bronze,” New York Times, 20th April

    2005                       Paul Mansfield, “Stranger in a Secret Garden,” The Telegraph, 18th June

    Aidan Dunne, “Something for Everyone,” The Irish Times, 15th June

    Bick Wright, “20 City Squares,” Time Out, London, 8th June

    “Elite at Eigse,” Irish Arts, Summer edition.

    Gemma Tipton, “Stepping Off the Plinth,” Irish Arts, Summer edition.

    2004                       Stephen Bleach, “So Cool it Hurts,” The Sunday Times, 24th October

    Tim Teeman, “Strangely Familial,” The Times, 15th May

    Jo McDermott “The Lie of the Land,” Westminster Times, 20th May

    Alan Lodge, “Amazing Art That’s Got Us Looking Twice,” The Wharf, 15th January

    Dave Williams, “Notes on the Installation Around Canary Wharf,” January issue

    2003                      Beth Neil, “Making an Art of Spending Money,” Evening Chronicle, 10th October

    Paul McMillan, “Statues on the Streets,” The Evening Chronicle, 25th September

    David Whetstone, “Man Has Potential,” The Journal, 18th September

    “Visual Treats Mark Out an Artistic Trail,” The Chronicle, Newcastle, 26th March

    David Whetstone, “Tall and Bronzed,” The Journal, 6th February

    2002                       Peter Frank, “Sean Henry: Forum,” Art News, September issue.

    John Spurling, “Sculpture’s Message,” The Spectator, 28th July

    L.P. Streitfeld, “The Real, Surreal and Meta-real,” in New York NY Arts January issue

    Mary Hrabacek, “Sean Henry: Forum Gallery,” New York Art World, Vol. 5.No. 6, February

    “For the Record,” The Daily Telegraph, 8th June

    David Dawson, “Statues Go on Display,” Henley Standard, 28th June

    Neal Brown, “The Great Outdoors,” Art Review, September issue

    2001                       Elspeth Moncrieff, “Life-like Figures at Berkeley Square,” Art Newspaper, No.120,
    December issue

    “Standing Tall,” The Daily Telegraph, 12th November

    “Extra-Ordinary People,” The Artist Magazine, December issue

    Dominic Murphy, “Men About the House,” The Guardian Weekend, 1st December

    “Bronze Tributes to Golden Heroes,” Henley Standard 22nd June

    2000                       Geoffrey Barker, “The Dying Art of Suicide,” Evening Standard, 24th January

    Alison Roberts, “Its So Thoroughly Modern,” Evening Standard, 18th January

    John McEwen, “The Great Outdoors,” The Sunday Telegraph, 9th April

    “Bronze Man’s Just Walking the Dog,” Kensington & Chelsea Times, 16th June

    “Going Out: A Guide to Art 2000,” The Independent, 20th January

    “Walking with Sculptors,” 60 minute documentary made for Sky’s Artsworld channel, shown at
    various times.

    1999                        Elspeth Moncrieff, “Sean Henry’s Figures,” The Art Newspaper, September issue.

    “Donkey Do,” Royal Academy Magazine, London, UK

    “Sean Takes Religious Art for a Ride,” V & A Museum Magazine, September/December issue

    Edward Lucie-Smith, “The Ambiguity of Sculpture,” Espace 48 Summer Issue

    Aidan Dunne, “Figuring Eigse Out,” The Irish Times, Ireland, 17th June

    Antonio Gramentieri, “Portrait of the Artist,” Sete Sere, Italy, 6th February

    Dario Trento, “Sean Henry’s Sculptures Show a Touch of the Sacred,” La Repubblica, Italy, 7th January

    Enzo Dall’Ara, “A Common Man,” Romanga Corriere, Italy, 16th January

    1998                       Antonio Gramentieri, “This is Henry’s Everyman,” Sette Sere, Italy, 5th December

    John Windsor, “The Independent Collector,” The Independent, 20th July

    Huon Mallalieu, “Sense Sensation,” Country Life Magazine 18th June

    Tessa Peters, “Atlantic Crossings,” Keramic magazin, Germany, October issue

    “New Arrival in Glasgow that Stands Out Among the Crowd,” The Scotsman, 16th April

    Marina Benjmin, “We Can All Become Saatchis Now,” Evening Standard, London, 21st
    January

    1997                     Emmanual Cooper, “Sean Henry: Up Against It,” Crafts Magazine, August Issue

    Alistair McAlpine, “Spyglass,” Country Life Magazine, London 23rd January

    1996                    “Sean Henry: Up Front,” Ceramics Monthly, February issue

    1994                     “An Exhibition of New Sculptures,” Sydney News, Australia, 18th May

    “Best Weekend,” Sydney Morning Herald, Australia, 21st May

    Virginia Hollister, “Sean Henry: Figuring it Out,” Ceramic Art & Perception, Issue No. 18

    Anna Kythreotis, “The Sculptor” The London Magazine, December issue

    1993                      “Ceramic Contemporaries at the V & A,” Sunday Times & Evening Standard

    1991                        Penelope Shackleford, “Joyous Ceramics,” at Natsoulas The Davis Enterprise, USA, 25th July

    Victoria Dalkey, “Feats of Clay,” The Sacremento Bee, USA, 9th June

    Marilyn Moyle, “Young Artists,” The Davis Enterprise, USA, 22nd April

    “Bob Marley: An Exhibition,” Evening Standard, UK, 12th April

    “Carnival Arrived Early,” Sunday Times, UK, 14th April

    “Californian Conference for the Advancement of Ceramic Art,” San Francisco Magazine, USA, May
    issue

    1990                        Victoria Dalkey, “Feats of Clay,” The Sacremento Bee, USA, 9th June

    “Sean Henry,” and “Fourth Sculpture Annual,” Ceramics Monthly, April issue

    1989                         “Art for Art’s Sake,” Nine to Five Magazine, London

    “Art ’89,” Evening Standard, London

    1988                         Pamela Johnson, “Academic Goes to Pot,” The Observer newspaper, 17th September

    Owen Hughes, “Artist’s Huge Feat,” Evening Standard, London, 15th September

    Abigail Frost, “Inner Visions,” Art Review magazine, October issue

    Tanya Harrod, “A Form of Funk,” Crafts magazine, UK, September issue

    Linda Talbot, “New Opening,” Hampstead and Highgate news, Londo

    AWARDS:

    1998                       The Villiers David Foundation Prize

    1989                       British Craft Council Grant

    1988                       British Craft Council Grant

    1987                       Gane Charitable Trust Travel Scholarship to USA

    SELECTED COLLECTIONS:

    National Portrait Gallery, London, UK

    Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park, Grand Rapids, MI, US

    Frisia Museum, Spanbroekerweg, Holland

    Halsingegatan Street, Stockholm, Sweden

    Standard Charter Bank, London, UK

    ING Bank, Amsterdam, Holland

    Cass Sculpture Foundation, Goodwood, Sussex, UK

    Paddington Central Development, London, UK

    University of Virginia Art Museum, USA

    Holland Park, Kensington, London, UK

    River and Rowing Museum, Henley-On-Thames, Oxfordshire, UK

    Le Meridien Cumberland Hotel, Marble Arch, London, UK

    Lower Grainger Street, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

    Paddington Central Development. London, UK

    De Montford University, Leicester, UK

    Royal British Legion, Pall Mall, London, UK

    Tower Records HQ, Sacramento, California, US

    PERMANENT INSTALLATIONS:

    Ekebergparken, Oslo, Norway

    Blickachsen 9, Bad Homburg, Germany

    Stranverket Konsthall, Marstrand, Sweden

    Böras city centre, Sweden

    Cass Sculpture Foundation, England

    De Montfort University, England

    Newbiggen Bay, Northumberland County, England

    Newcastle-Upon-Tyne city centre, England

    River and Rowing Museum, Henley

    Seven Bridges Foundation, Connecticut

    Umadalen Sculpture Park & Umea city centre, Umea, Sweden

    PETER KRAUSZ

    BORN: 1946, Romania.
    Since 1970, lives and works in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

    EDUCATION:

    1969 Bucharest Academy of Fine Arts

    SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

    2009-10 Peter Krausz: (No) Man’s Land, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2009 Peter Krausz: (No) Man’s Land, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    2007 Peter Krausz: Eucosmie; New Paintings, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, Canada
    2006 (Sans) Horizon, Centre National d’exposition de Jonquière
    Peter Krausz: Vesperales, Galerie de Bellefuille, Montréal, Canada
    (Sans) Horizon, Salle Alfred-Pellan, Maison des arts de Laval
    2005 (Sans) Horizons, Centre d’exposition de l’Université de Montréal
    Helen’s Exile, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Helen’s Exile, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    2004 Le Chant de la Terre: New Paintings, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
    Le Paysage selon Peter Krausz, Musée régional de Rimouski
    2003 Peter Krausz: El Canto de la Tierra, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montréal
    2002 Peter Krausz: The Song of the Earth, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2001 Peter Krausz: Anatolian Elegy, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
    2000 Peter Krausz: Canti, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montréal
    1999 Peter Krausz: Bréviaire Méditerranéen, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
    Peter Krausz: les paysages, Musée d’art de Joliette
    1997 Landscape and Memory. Série: entre chien et loup, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montréal
    Landscape and Memory: The Red Mountain Series, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
    Fragments, Leo Kamen Gallery, Toronto
    1996 Landscape and Memory, Leo Kamen Gallery, Toronto
    1995 Romanian Suite, Galerie Dresdnere, Toronto
    Suite roumaine, Espace 502, Montréal
    1994 Fragments, Galerie Dresdnere, Toronto
    1993 De Natura (Humana), Galerie Dresdnere, Toronto
    1992 De Natura (Humana), Galerie Samuel Lallouz, Montréal
    De Natura (Humana), Centre Saidye Bronfman, Montréal
    Traces-mémoire (installation), Galerie d’art contemporain, Montpellier, France
    1991 Traces, Délégation du Québec, Paris
    Journeys, 49th Parallel Gallery, New York
    Krausz: 1985-1990, Art Institute, Odessa, Texas
    1990 Passage, Galerie Dresdnere, Toronto
    Même vaisseau… (installation), Musée du Québec, Québec
    1989 Peter Krausz – Sites (1984-1989), Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, Ontario
    1988 La série Berlin, Galerie J. Yahouda Meir, Montréal
    The Berlin Series, Galerie Dresdnere, Toronto
    1986 Paysages, Galerie Articule, Montréal
    1985 Optica, Centre d’art contemporain, Montréal
    1979 Galerie Theo Waddington, Montréal
    1976 Galerie Marlborough-Godard, Montréal

    SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

    2009 Hyperliens, Musée d’art contemporain des Laurentides
    55 C—Été 2009, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montréal
    Art 2009, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montréal
    Petits Luxes, Little Luxuries, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montréal
    Nature, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montréal
    Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2008 Coast to Coast: Landscape Paintings, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
    A View from Here: A Group Exhibition of Contemporary Landscapes, Judson Gallery, Pasadena, CA
    2007 Hyperliens, exposition itinérante du Conseil des arts de Montréal (Graff), Montréal
    Fall 2007 Group Exhibition, eDavid Gallery, Bethlehem, PA
    The Contemporary Landscape, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    A Summer Party, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
    Un Monde en Noir et Blanc, Maison des Arts et de la Culture de Brompton, Sherbrooke
    Art 2007, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montréal
    2006 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles
    Hyperliens, Galerie Graff, Montréal
    Art 2006, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montréal
    Collection Loto-Québec: oeuvres choisies, Action Art Actuel, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
    2005 Questions d’échelle, volet ½, Penser grand, Musée d’art de Joliette
    Art 2005, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montréal
    Paysages Oriental Occidental Est-Ouest, Galerie d’art Stewart Hall, Montréal
    2004 Du nouveau du côté de la collection d’oeuvres d’art, l’UdM, Montréal
    Les 20 Ans du CIAC, Centre International d’art contemporain de Montréal
    Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    De Circonstance, Maison de la culture Côte-des-Neiges, Montréal, Canada
    Parle moi d’amour (6e édition), Les Impatients, Montréal
    2002 Invitation au voyage, Maison de la Culture Plateau Mont-Royal, Montréal
    Portraits-Robots, 6 ecrivains-18 artistes visuels, Galerie Graff, Montréal, Canada
    La figuration 1980-2000, La Collection Loto-Québec, Maison de la Culture de Trois-Rivière
    2001 Made in Canada: Contemporary Art from Montreal, Art Museum Plattsburg State
    University of New York
    Parle-moi d’amour, Les Impatients, Montréal
    Ernst & Young, The 7th Annual Great Canadian Printmaking competition,
    Toronto
    BFA on view, Agnes Etherington Art Center, Queen’s University, Ontario
    Conseil des Arts du Canada, “A” grants
    2000 Toronto 2000 International Art Fair, Toronto Convention Centre
    PassArt: Passage 1999-2000, L’Écart…lieu d’art actuel, Rouyn-Noranda
    Une expérience de l’art du siècle, Musée de Joliette
    Passion et tourment. La Collection Luc Larochelle, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Sherbrooke
    1999 Human Figure humaine, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montréal
    Dorotha’s choice, Les Impatients, Montréal
    Aux marches du futur, Centre d’exposition de Baie-St-Paul
    Les peintures, Galerie René Blouin, Montréal
    La nouvelle figuration, Domaine Cataraqui, Sillery
    1998 The Figure Show, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
    Regards Croisés, Centre d’exposition de l’Université de Montréal, Montréal
    Temps composés. La donation Maurice Forget, Musée de Joliette, Joliette
    Temps composés. La donation Maurice Forget, Maison Hamel-Bruneau, Sainte-Foy, Québec
    Passage(s): Les Fonds d’oeuvres du CIAC, Programme Exposer dans l’île, Montréal
    Looking at Landscape, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
    1997 Celebrating five years, Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery, Concordia University, Montréal
    Canadian Collage, The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, Ontario
    Espaces, Mémoire (guest artist), Symposium de la nouvelle peinture, Baie-St-Paul, Québec
    L’art et la paix, Galerie Montcalm, Hull, Québec
    Juré, craché, quand j’étais enfant…, Maison de la culture Côte-des-Neiges, Montréal
    Vanités, Galerie de l’UQÀM, Montréal
    1996 Estampa, Musée d’art contemporain, Madrid
    Dessins (with: Françoise Sullivan, Serge Tousignant, Robert Wolfe), Galerie Graff, Montréal
    Echoic Landscapes (with Marion Wagschal), Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery,
    Concordia University, Montréal
    1995 Culture and Continuity, The Jewish Museum, New York
    Les dons: 1989-1994, Musée d’art contemporain, Montréal
    Du noir à quatre mains, Maison de la culture Plateau-Mont-Royal, Montréal
    Plank, Anna Leonowen Gallery, Halifax
    1994 Objet versus objet, Musée d’archéologie et d’histoire de Montréal Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal
    1993 Le nu contemporain, Galerie Lacerte-Palardy, Montréal
    Torture, Galerie Observatoire 4, Montréal
    1992 Pastel québécois contemporain, Galerie de l’UQÀM, Montréal
    La violence: pièges du regard, Les galeries Trois Points et UQÀM, Montréal
    Art actuel. Présences québécoises, Château de Biron et Ferme du Buisson, France
    Montréal: 1942-1992. L’anarchie resplendissante de la peinture, Galerie de l’UQÀM, Montréal
    Le portrait: visions & versions, Maison de la culture Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Montréal
    Copies non-conformes, Maison de la culture Mercier, Montréal
    1991 Goya à Beijing, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
    Tombeau de René Payant, Maison de la culture Côte-des-Neiges, Montréal
    1990 Pratiques, Maison de la culture Côte-des-Neiges, Montréal
    Dessin, Bell Free Gallery, Copenhagen
    Goya à Beijing, Organisée par le CIAC et la Fondation Canada-Chine, Montréal
    1989 Identité(e)s, Galerie J. Yahouda Meir, Montréal
    Série Kompakt, Galerie Lavalin, Montréal
    1988 Contemporary Canadian Works on Paper, Concordia University, Montréal
    1987 Stations. Les cent jours d’art contemporain, CIAC, Montréal (Curator: Claude Gosselin)
    1986 Choix d’artistes, Galerie John A. Schweitzer, Montréal
    Echange Montréal-Genève, Centre d’arts visuels, Genève, Suisse
    The Portrait, Martina Hamilton Gallery, New York
    1984 L’eau et le vent, Québec, (Curator: Claude Gosselin)
    Montréal tout-terrain (installation), Clinique Laurier, Montréal
    1980 Waddington Gallery, Toronto
    1979 Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto
    1976 Forum 76, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal, Montréal

    PUBLICATIONS BY THE ARTIST:

    Staging – The Prefabricated Image (introduction) Centre Saidye Bronfman, Montréal &
    San Diego State University Art Gallery, San Diego, 1995
    Recent Concerns in Canadian Drawing, Department of External Affairs, Ottawa, 1984
    Drawing – A Canadian Survey 1977-1982, Centre Saidye Bronfman, Montréal, 1982

    RADIO AND TV:

    Peter Krausz (No) Man’s Land, documentaire réalisé par Doina Harap, programmation officielle du FIFA (Festival International des Films sir l’Art), 2009
    Série Ecce Homo (Musée d’art de Joliette), 1999
    Les choix de Sophie, Télé-Québec, 1999
    Midi Culture, Société Radio-Canada, Gilles Daigneault, 1999
    De bouche à oreille, Société Radio-Canada, interview with Bernard Lévy, 1997
    Juré, craché, Société Radio-Canada, interview with Winston McQuade, 1997
    Midi Culture, Société Radio-Canada, Gilles Daigneault, 1995
    Tracée libre (vidéo), 1992, 1993
    Vidéo about the artist by Thérèse Dion, 1990
    Les institutions culturelles, Société Radio-Canada, 1989
    State of the Arts with Peter Day, CBC Radio
    Brave New Waves, CBC Radio, 1985, 1987
    Radio-Québec (vidéo), 1983
    À votre service, Société Radio-Canada, 1983
    L’art aujourd’hui, Gilles Daigneault, Société Radio-Canada

    DISTINCTIONS AND COMMISSIONS:

    2003 Traveling Grant, Canada Council
    1998 CRSH Grant, Université de Mtl
    1997 “A” Grant, Conseil des Arts du Canada
    “A” Grant, Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec
    1996 Mural (Projet 1%) Hôpital Brome-Missisquoi, Cowansville
    1995 Mural (Projet 1%) Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont, Montréal
    1993 CAFIR Grant, Université de Montréal
    1992 Travelling Grant, Conseil des Arts du Canada
    “A” Grant, (short term), Ministère des Affaires culturelles, Québec
    Travelling Grant, Ministère des Affaires internationales, Québec
    1991 Mural (Projet 1%), Musée d’archéologie et d’histoire de Montréal Pointe-à-Callière
    1990 Mural (Projet 1%), Cummings Pavilion, Jewish General Hospital, Montréal
    1989 Grant, Ministère des Affaires culturelles, Québec
    Purchase Prize, Institut Thomas More Institute, Montréal
    1983 Grant, Ministère des Affaires culturelles, Québec
    1977 “B” Grant, Conseil des Arts du Canada
    1976 First Prize, Haddasah, Montréal
    1975, 79, Project Cost Grants, Conseil des Arts du Canada
    84, 86

    TEACHING:

    1991- Tenured Professor, Université de Montréal
    1990 Drawing, Université de Montréal
    1979-91 Drawing, Concordia University, Montréal
    1978-80 Painting & Drawing, Centre Saidye Bronfman, Montréal
    1979 Mural Techniques, Dawson College, Montréal
    1978-79 Painting & Drawing, Dawson College, Montréal

    RELATED ACTIVITIES:

    1999-00 School of Fine Arts of Saydie Bronfman Center Committee Member, Montréal
    1999 Curator, Tibor K. Thomas 1969-1999 Paintings, Édifice Belgo, Montréal
    1994-95 Guest Curator, Staging – The Prefabricated Image, Centre Saidye Bronfman,
    Montréal & San Diego State University Art Gallery, San Diego
    1992-93 Guest Curator, Centre Saidye Bronfman, Montréal
    1980-91 Curator and Director of the Saidye Bronfman Centre Art Gallery, Montréal
    1988 Curator with Leo Rosshandler, Montréal-Berlin 1988/1989
    1984 Guest Curator, Expron (Toronto painters), Galerie Lavalin, Montréal
    Guest Curator, Photo actuelle au Québec & Recent Concerns in Canadian Drawing, External Affairs, Ottawa (Traveling exhibitions in Europe)
    1983-86 Guest Curator, New Images – Contemporary Quebec Photography,
    49th Parallel Gallery, New York

    PUBLIC LECTURES:

    2008 Lecture, Concordia University, Montréal (Caroline Hart)
    2007 Lecture, Gardiner Museum, Toronto
    2003 Tradition and Threshold, ACSUS 17th Biennale Conference, Portland, OR
    2002 Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario
    1999 Concordia University, ( Mary Ann Beckett-Baxter Memorial Lecture )
    Musée de Joliette, Conference for students from Dawson Collège, Université de Montréal
    and Concordia University
    1998 Conference “Temps Composés, La donation Maurice Forget”, Maison H.-Bruneau, Ste-Foy
    1997 Conference at Concordia University
    Conference, Symposium de la jeune peinture, Baie Saint-Paul
    1994 Conference on drawing, UQAM, Montréal
    1989 Seminar The Installation, Musée de la Civilisation, Québec
    Art public / Art privé, Panel discussion,ETC Magazine, Montréal
    1987 Member of the Committee on the Status of Museum Professionals, SMQ
    1986 Conference: Drawing – A Canadian Survey, Centre Culturel Canadien, Paris
    & Concordia University, Montréal
    1983 Moderator, Conference SMQ, Montréal
    Conference, SNGA , Montréal

    JURIES:

    2004 Conseil des Arts du Canada, Agenda for Consultations
    2001 BFA on view, Agnes Etherington Art Center, Queen’s University, Ontario
    Canadian Council, Grants
    2000 Prix Graff 2000, Montréal
    1999-00 School of Fine Arts committee member, Saydie Bronfman Center, Montréal
    1995 FCAR Grants, Québec
    1994 FCAR Grants, Québec
    Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec: Major Events in Visual Arts
    1991 Conseil des Arts du Canada: Museum Support, Ottawa
    Ministère des Affaires culturelles: Groupe conseil Arpin
    1990 Ministère des Affaires culturelles du Québec: Prix du Québec
    Ministère des Affaires culturelles du Québec: Soutien à la promotion et à la relève
    Conseil des Arts du Canada: Canada Council Art Bank
    1985 Ministère des Affaires culturelles du Québec: Soutien à la création
    1982-83 Ministère des Affaires culturelles du Québec, Concours: Exposer à Paris ou à New York
    Ministère des Affaires culturelles du Québec, Comité d’évaluation pour le programme d’intervention communautaire en arts visuels

    COLLECTIONS:

    Air Canada, Montréal Brome-Missisquoi Hospital, Cowansville
    Alcan Co., Montréal Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital, Montréal
    Archambault, Montréal Institut Canadien, Québec
    Arkansas Art Center Jacob, Montréal
    Astral Média, Montréal Jewish General Hospital, Montréal
    Artothèque, Montpellier, France Jewish Museum, New York
    National Bank Lantic Sugar, Montréal
    Nova Scotia Bank Lethbridge Art Gallery, Alberta
    Royal Bank of Canada Loto-Québec, Montréal
    Bell Canada McMaster Meighen, Montréal
    Bibliothèque nationale du Québec Metrocan Co., Montréal
    Bombardier Musée du Québec, Québec
    Brascan Co., Toronto Musée d’archéo. Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal
    Caisse des Dépôts et Placements du Québec Musée d’art contemporain, Montréal
    Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa Musée d’art de Joliette
    Cartons St-Laurent, Montréal Musée des Beaux-art de Montréal
    Centre d’art de Baie-St-Paul Musée des Beaux-arts de Sherbrooke
    CIBC Wood Gundy Securities Inc, Montréal Musée Régional de Rimouski
    C.I. Mutual Funds, Toronto Museotechnie, Montréal
    Collection Claridge, Montréal Pratt & Whitney Canada Inc., Longueuil
    Montreal University Collection Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa
    City of Montreal Arts Council Rothmans Collection, Toronto
    City Bank, New York Sun Life of Canada, Toronto
    Deak Perrera, New York Téléglobe Canada, Montréal
    Department of External Affairs, Ottawa Télémédia, Montréal
    Four Seasons Hotels, Canada Thomas More Institute, Montréal
    Fidelity Investment, Toronto Toronto Dominion Bank, Toronto & London
    Galerie d’Art Stewart Hall, Pointe-Claire Tout l’art du monde, MCCI, Montréal
    Galerie de l’Université Concordia, Montréal Trimark, Toronto
    Galerie de l’Université de Sherbrooke Vidéotron, Montréal
    Galerie de l’UQÀM, Montréal Westburne Collection, Montréal
    Hart House, University of Toronto Zoom Media, New York
    Corporation BCF, Montréal
    Cirque du Soleil

    HOLLY LANE

    BORN:

    Cleveland, OH, 1954

    EDUCATION:

    M.F.A.- Pictorial: 1988, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA
    B.F.A.- Painting: 1986, with Great Distinction, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA
    A.A. – Two Dimensional Art: 1982, Cuesta College, San Luis Obispo, CA

    SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

    2018 Holly Lane: Indwelling Nature, Fresno Art Museum, Fresno, CA
    2015 Fortuna’s First Assignment and other Musings, Paintings and Sculptures by Holly Lane, Cuesta College – Harold J. Miossi Art Gallery, San Luis Obispo, CA
    2013 Holly Lane: Carving Allegories, Museum of Craft and Design, San Francisco, CA
    2009 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2008 Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    2006 The Benefits of Pond Wading, and Other Musings, Forum Gallery, New York,
    NY
    2003 Upon Waking, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2001 Lyman Allyn Art Museum, New London, CT
    2001 Schmidt Bingham Gallery, New York, NY
    2001 Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, MT
    2001 Natalie & James Thompson Art Gallery, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA
    (catalog)
    1999 Schmidt Bingham Gallery, New York, NY
    1997 Schmidt Bingham Gallery, New York, NY
    1995 Schmidt Bingham Gallery, New York, NY
    1995 Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, TX (catalog)
    1993 Schmidt Bingham Gallery, New York, NY
    1992 Bingham Kurts Gallery, Memphis, TN
    1991 Schmidt Bingham Gallery, New York, NY
    1990 Rutgers Barclay Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
    1989 Ivory/Kimpton Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    1988 San Jose State University, San Jose, CA

    SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

    2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2017 Seeing With Our Own Eyes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2016-17 Et in Arcadia Ego, New Museum Los Gatos, Los Gatos, CA; Cal Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, CA
    2012 Uncommon Ground: Alternative Realities, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Indy Collects, Herron Galleries, Herron School of Art and Design, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN
    Past is Present: Contemporary Approaches to Historical Decorative Arts and Design, The Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA
    Finds! The Unusual Object, FoCA Exhibition Space, Los Angeles, CA
    2011 Peace on Earth: Art Against War, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2010 Sacred and Profane, Portsmouth Museum of Fine Arts, Portsmouth, NH
    2009 Holly Lane and Cybèle Young, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Holly Lane and Cybèle Young, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2008-9 The Impossible Dream, Dunedin Fine Art Center, FL
    2008 New Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    The Figure Revealed: Contemporary American Figurative
    Paintings and Drawings, Kalamazoo Institute of Art, Kalamazoo, MI.
    2007 The Contemporary Landscape, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    The Feminist Figure, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2004 Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2002 Doors: Image and Metaphor, The New Jersey Center for Visual Arts,
    Summit, NJ
    Keenly Observed, Sacred Heart University, Gallery of Contemporary Art,
    Fairfield, CT
    Contempo Rarities, The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI
    New Work by Forum Gallery Artists, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2001 Re-presenting Representation, The Corning Inc. Gallery, NYC/Arnot Art
    Museum, Elmira, NY
    Pay Attention…I Hope You Learned Your Lesson: Works from the Collection
    of Laila Twigg-Smith, The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI
    2000 Legacy III, Contemporary Women Artists, Brevard Museum of Art and
    Science, Melbourne, FL
    Piecing It Together: A Visual Journal, Museum of Art & History, Santa Cruz,
    CA
    The New Art of the West 7, Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis, IN (catalog)
    1999-2000 Piecing It Together: A Visual Journal, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose,
    CA
    Of Darkness and Light: Recent American Landscape Painting, Art Museum
    of Western Virginia, Roanoke, VA
    1999 The Memphis Biennial II, Memphis College of Art, Memphis, TN
    1998 Obsession (food), Pelham Art Center, Pelham, NY
    1997-1998 Animal Tales, Whitney Museum of American Art at Champion, Stamford, CT
    Re-presenting Representation III, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
    American Gothic, Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery, Lebanon Valley College,
    Annville, PA
    1997 An Alternative Path, David Jacobs Fine Art, Santa Monica, CA
    1996 New Voices, New Visions: Holly Lane, Eleanor Miller and Hiro Yokose,
    Kennedy Museum of American Art, Ohio University, Athens, OH
    The Tradition of Icons, Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, NY
    Destiny Manifest: American Landscape Painting in the Nineties, Samuel P.
    Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (catalog)
    Myths and Magical Fantasies, California Center for the Arts Museum,
    Escondido, CA (catalog)
    Peep Show, Schmidt Bingham Gallery, NYC
    1995 Setting the Stage: A Contemporary View from the West, Eiteljorg Museum,
    Indianapolis, IN
    The Art of Justice, Krasdale Foods Inc. White Plains, NY
    Selections from the Ray Ashley Collection, San Jose State University, San
    Jose, CA
    1994 Dialogues: On and Off the Wall, Schmidt Bingham Gallery, NYC
    New Old Masters, Center for the Arts at Yerba Buena Gardens, San Francisco, CA, (catalog)
    Selections from the Glenn C. Janss Collection, Boise Art Museum, Boise, ID
    1993-1994 Forest of Vision, (catalog)
    Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN
    Tennessee Fine Arts Center at Cheekwood, Nashville TN,
    Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida, Gainesville FL
    1992 Group Show, In Collaboration, Santa Monica, CA
    Inauguration Celebration, In Collaboration, Santa Monica, CA
    Frame Up!, Fine Arts Center Galleries, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI
    Altered by the Moon, Schmidt Bingham Gallery, New York, NY
    Dealers’ Choice, In Collaboration, Santa Monica, CA
    Recent Acquisitions, In Collaboration, Akron, OH
    1991 Recent Acquisitions, Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, TX
    1990 ART LA90, The 5th International Contemporary Art Fair, Los Angeles, CA
    For the Preservation of Nature: The Artist’s Response
    Schmidt Bingham Gallery, New York, NY
    Lake Charles Memorial Hospital, Lake Charles, LA
    Alice Bingham Gallery, Memphis, TN
    California Aftershock: The Show Without A Fault, Ivory/Kimpton Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    1989 Small and Stellar, Ruth Siegel Gallery, New York, NY
    Ivory/Kimpton Gallery in Mendocino, Mendocino Art Center, Ukiah, CA
    Animals in Architecture, Gensler and Associates, San Francisco, CA
    Bay Area MFA Exhibition, College Art Association, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA
    1988 Benefit Art Auction and Exhibition, San Jose ICA, San Jose, CA
    Collector’s Choice, Exhibition and Auction, San Jose Art League, San Jose, CA
    Artist’s Vision: World without War, San Jose Art League, San Jose, CA, traveling to: California State Capitol, Sacramento; Auckland, New Zealand; Singapore, Hong Kong; Perth, Australia; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Hiroshima, Japan
    Valentine Invitational Exhibition and Silent Auction, San Jose ICA, San Jose, CA
    1987 Death and Life @ Works, Works/San Jose, San Jose, CA
    Two Concepts of Nature and Life, San Francisco Federal Savings, San Jose, CA
    Celebrate Art, Invitational Art Auction, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA
    1986 Visual Arts Competition, San Mateo County Fair, San Mateo, CA
    1984 Capitol Show ’84, Rotunda of the Capitol Building, Sacramento, CA
    1982 Morro Bay Art Association Gallery, Morro Bay, CA
    SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

    A.R.A. Services, Philadelphia, PA
    Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, TX
    The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI
    The Detroit Zoological Institute, Royal Oak, MI
    Dow Jones & Co., New York, NY
    IDS, Financial Services, Inc. Minneapolis, MN
    Memphis Cancer Center, Memphis TN
    Principal Financial Group, Des Moines, Iowa

    PRIVATE COLLECTIONS: Over eighty private collections

    BIBLIOGRAPHY:

    O’Hern, John. Unfolding Visions, American Art Collector, Issue 147, January 2018, pgs. 56-59
    Morton, Julia. Land Equals Power, New York Press, Vol. 17, No. 33, August 18-24, 2004, pg.44
    Mullarkey, Maureen. Gallery-Going, The New York Sun, August 26, 2004, pg. 23.
    The New York Sun, Calendar, Tuesday, May 27, 2003, pg. 18 (photos)
    The New York Times, Art and Leisure Guide, Sunday, May 25, 2003, pg. AR31
    Schneider Enriquez, Mary. Holly Lane, New York Reviews, ARTnews, December 2001, pgs.142-3
    Antiques and The Arts Weekly, Lyman Allyn Art Museum To Open Holly Lane Exhibition October 16, New London, CT, October 12, 200, pg. 32
    Johnson, Ken. Art Guide, Last Chance, Holly Lane, The New York Times, October 5, 2001, pg. E30
    Johnson, Ken. Art in Review, Holly Lane, The New York Times, September, 28, 2001, pg. E37
    The New Yorker, Reviews, Goings On About Town, Galleries Uptown, Holly Lane, Oct. 8, 2001
    Golonu, Berin. Holly Lane, Previews, Artweek, April 2001, vl 32:4, pg. 6
    Anthony DiMaggio, Holly Lane, Schmidt Bingham Gallery, Review, September 15, 1999
    pgs. 8-9.
    Raynor, Vivien. Show With Images of Food, but Not for the Hungry, The New York Times,
    April 26, 1998, pg. We20
    Gouveia, Georgette. The Art of the Meal: Center exhibits a passion for food, Lifestyles review, Gannet Newspaper, Pelham, NY, Thursday, April 9, 1998.
    O’Shaughnessy, Tracy. Artists paint ferocity, divinity of animals, The Waterbury
    Republican-American, Waterbury, CT, Sunday, January 18, 1998.
    Gordon, Jeff. Reviews: Holly Lane, NY Arts Magazine #15 November/December 1997, pg. 24.
    Raynor, Vivian. A show Celebrating Icons, But Not Just Figural or Sacred,
    The New York Times, December 22, 1996
    Gouveia, Georgette. Free Exhibit Explores Icon Images, Gannett Newspapers,
    November 18, 1996.
    Caruso, Andrea. Three Angles on Nature Offered at Kennedy, The Athens News,
    October 31, 1996.
    Grieder, Terence. Artist and Audience, 2nd Edition, Brown & Benchmark, London, 1996 pg. 493.
    The New Yorker, Goings On About Town, August 5, 1996, pg. 14, Peep Show listing.
    Melrod, George. Openings, Altarpieces Mix With Alter Egos, Art & Antiques,
    September, 1995, pg. 37.
    Weiss, Paulette. Where: New York, Fish and Ice Cream on 57th Street, September 1995,
    pgs. 26-27.
    Mixed Media, Southeast Texas Arts Council, In the World of Art, At the Art Museum –
    Frames of Mind, May 1995, pg. 4.
    Beaumont Enterprise, Weekend, Holly Lane’s Art Poses Philosophical Questions,
    Friday, May 5, 1995, pgs. 1 & 4.
    Di Costanzo, Diane. Dialogues: On and Off the Wall, Reviews – New York, ARTnews,
    November 1994, pgs. 158-9.
    Porritt, Ruth. Holly Lane, Schmidt Bingham Gallery, Art Papers, January/February, 1994, Vol. 18, #1, pgs. 47-48.
    The New Yorker, Goings On About Town, September 27, 1993, pg. 18, self-portrait and show listing.
    Gregor, Katherine. Holly Lane Frame and Fiction, ARTnews, Summer 1992, pgs. 63-64.
    Koeppel, Fredric. Reviews, The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, TN, January 12, 1992. Ellis, Simone. Santa Fe Letters, Contemporanea International Art Magazine,
    December 1990, pg. 34.
    Krantz, Les. ed., American Artists, ed. II, American References, Chicago, IL, 1989.
    Wolff, Theodore F. How Nature Engages, Challenges, and Inspires Artists, The Christian Science Monitor, Friday, June 29, 1990, pg.11.
    Koeppel, Fredric. Artists Defend Nature with Celebration, The Commercial Appeal,
    Memphis, TN, Sunday, June 3, 1990, pgs. G1-2.
    Ellis, Simone. Gallery Hopping – Holly Lane at Rutgers Barclay Gallery,
    The Santa Fe New Mexican, Pasatiempo, May 11-19, 1990, pgs. 13 + 14.
    Gwynn, John. Capturing the Lost Language of Animals,
    The Santa Fe New Mexican, Pasatiempo, May 4-10, 1990, pgs. 16 + 26.
    Cohn, Terri. Looking Homeward, Art Week, March 18, 1989, Vol. 20, No. 11. pg. 5.
    Floden, Roberta. The Feminism is Unintentional, Pacific Sun, Arts Section, March 3, 1989.
    Jorgensen, K.J. All Creatures Great and Small, Stray Magazine, November 1988, pgs. 8-9.

    MEDIA:

    Frank Fitzgerald, Welcome to Nocturnia, Time Warner Cable, Manhattan,
    aired October 16, 1993.
    Marcia Yerman, Women in Art, Time Warner Cable, Manhattan, aired: October 16 & 19, 1993, February 15 & 16, 1994.
    Pamela Michaelis, Wingspread Gallery News on Radio, aired May 10, 1990, 96
    Classical KHFM, 90.37

    EXHIBITION CATALOGS:

    Farb-Hernandez, Jo. The Transformative Crossing: Small Miracles, San Jose State University, San Jose, CA, April 24 – May 18, 2001
    Hagerty, Donald. The New New West, New Art of the West 7, The seventh Eiteljorg Museum Biennial Exhibition, Indianapolis, IN, May 6 – Aug 7, 2000, pgs. 12, 32-33.
    Roznoy, Cynthia. Beauty of the Beast, Animal Tales: Contemporary Bestiary and Animal Painting, Whitney Museum of American Art at Champion, Stamford, CT, November 21, 1997- February 25, 1998, pgs. 6-7.
    Schjeldahl, Peter. Myths & Magical Fantasies, California Center for the Arts Museum, Escondido, October 27- 1996- February 2, 1997, pgs. 19, 26.
    Tully, Judd. Pictures on the Edge: The Narrative Images of Holly Lane, Holly Lane: A Survey. Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, 1995.
    Wicks, Stephen C. Into the Forest of Visions, Forest of Visions, Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN, March 16- June 13, 1993, pgs. 9, 48-51.
    Young, Dede. Destiny Manifest: American Landscape Painting in the Nineties,
    Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, November 24, 1996 –
    March 31, 1997, pgs. 11, 19.

    TEXTBOOKS & BOOKS:

    Gamwell, Lynn, ed. Dreams 1900-2000: Science, Art and the Unconscious Mind.
    Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2000, pg. 250.
    Grieder, Terence, Artist and Audience, 2nd Edition, Brown & Benchmark, London, 1996 pg. 493.
    Moyers, Bill, Genesis: A Living Conversation, companion to the public television series, Double Day, NY 1996, cp.14.
    Moyers, Bill, Healing and the Mind, companion to the public television series, Double Day, NY 1995, pg. 141.

    PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES and SYMPOSIUMS:

    April 1995 – Society for Women In Philosophy Conference, Lexington, KY,
    “In Wilderness: Ecofeminism in the Visual Art of Holly Lane”, by, Dr. R. Porritt of
    West Chester University, PA
    March 1999 – Marquette University’s Fifth Annual Women’s Studies Conference:
    Women and Creativity: II Women as Artists and Subjects: “Mary Magdalene as Proto-Ecofeminist in the Visual Art of Holly Lane”, by Dr. R. Porritt of West Chester,
    University, PA

    HONORS AND AWARDS:

    – 2005 SECA Award Nominee
    – Who’s Who in the World, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd & 23rd Editions
    – Who’s Who in American, 52nd, 53rd, 54th, 55th, 56th, 57th, 58th & 59th Editions
    – Who’s Who of American Women, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th &25th Editions
    1994 — Honorable Mention, WESTAF
    1992 — Alumna of the Year, Cuesta College, CA
    1986 — President’s Scholar, San Jose State University, CA
    1981 — Johanna Rietz Memorial Scholarship
    REPRODUCED IN:

    Before Nightfall
    Destiny Manifest: American Landscape Painting in the Nineties. Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 1996 pg. 19 (color)
    Come Breathe Hopeful Air
    ARTnews 200, special issue (Summer) 1995, pg. 9 (color)
    Come By Night
    New Art of the West 7, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art,
    Indianapolis, IN, 2000, pg. 32-33 (color)
    Death and the Maiden
    CAA News, September 1999 volume 24, # 5, pg. 11, (B&W)
    The Ecologist’s Secret
    Peter G. Brown, Glasnost in Green, Quanta – Recent Sightings, The Sciences, New York, NY, July/August 1993, pg. 6 (color).
    ARTnews, September 1991, pg. 29 (color).
    The Eleventh Hour
    Contemporanea, December 1990, Santa Fe Letters pg. 34 (color).
    The Fall of Icarus
    Women Artists 1995, appointment calendar, Cedco Publishing Co., San Rafael, CA, (color).
    ARTnews, September 1993, pg. 23 (color).
    The Flower of Four Rivers
    ARTnews, September 1999, pg. 9, (color)
    Fortuna’s Early Formative Years in the South of France
    The New York Sun, Tuesday, May 27, 2003, pg. 18 (color)
    Gaia Inquiries
    Artweek, April 2001,vl 32:4, pg. 6
    The Inland Passage: Or, Tactfully Assessing Dubious Cartographic Advice
    Women Artists 1998 wall calendar, (March), Cedco Publishing, San Rafael, CA
    Mary Magdalene in the Wilderness
    CAA News, May/June 1995, pg. 10 (B&W).
    Mary Magdalene Sharing the Benefits of Long Arms and Thumbs
    The New York Times, August 31, 1997, Listings, Arts & Leisure
    NYarts Magazine, #15 November/December 1997, pg. 24, (B&W)
    Melancholia
    Women Artists 1996 Calendar, (June) Cedco Publishing, San Rafael, CA (color).
    On Occasion Small Birds Come Here Too
    Women Artists 1997 Datebook, (September) Cedco Publishing, San Rafael, CA
    The Reluctant Traveler Sets Forth for the Isle of Love
    Veranda, May-June 2001, pg 232, (color)
    The Reply
    Private Arts, volume #10, October 1996, cover, back & frontispiece (color, B&W).
    Seedeater with an Itchy Foot
    ARTnews, Summer 1992, pg. 64 (color)
    She Decided to Return the Loathsome Gift
    Bill Moyers, Genesis: A Living Conversation, Doubleday 1996, book accompanies PBS series. (color)
    Art in America, July 1993, pg. 15 (color).
    Art Papers, January/February 1994, pgs. 47-48 (B&W).
    The Wilson Quarterly, Summer 1998, (color cover).
    The Solitary Witness
    Museum Views, Summer 1995, back page (B&W).
    Sorrows of the Young and Clumsy
    ARTnews, Summer 1992, pg. 63 (B&W).
    The Splash Down of St. Sapia
    ARTnews, September 1995, pg. 9 (color).
    Artist and Audience 2nd Ed. Terrence Grieder, Brown & Benchmark Pub. London, 1996 pg. 493. (color)
    The Forensic Examiner, September/October 1996
    Then They Would Gaze Into The Pool
    The Christian Science Monitor, Art Review, Friday June 29, 1990, pg. 11 (color).
    The Toils of Sleep
    ARTnews, September, 1997 pg. 9, (color).
    The Sciences, September/October, 1998, pg. 16, (color).
    Unseen Rewards of Labor First Spotted by a White-bellied Caique
    ARTnews, May 1995, pg. 30 (color).
    Art & Antiques, September 1995, pg. 37 (color)
    Upon Her First Ascent of the Dome: Recollections of A Blind Deer
    ARTnews, Summer 1999, pg. 9, (color)
    Upon Waking
    ARTnews, May 2003, pg. 7 (color)
    The New York Sun, May 27, 2003, pg. 18 (color)
    CAA Newsletter, July 2003, pg. 8 (B&W)
    Valetudinarian Aided by the Labors of Plants and Bugs
    Bill Moyers, Healing and The Mind, Doubleday, New York, 1993, pg. 141 (B&W).
    CAA News, November/December 1991, pg.10 (B&W).
    Sue V. Rosser, The Gender Equation, The Sciences, New York Academy of Sciences, New York, NY, September/October 1992, pg. 42 (color).
    The Visitation
    Women Artists 1998 Datebook, (December) Cedco Publishing, San Rafael, CA

     

    MICHAEL LEONARD

    BORN: Bangalore, India of British parents, 1933

    EDUCATION:

    1972 First exhibited as a painter. Gradually relinquished Illustration to paint
    full time.
    Lives and works in London.
    1957-72 Worked as an a freelance illustrator with Artists Partners
    1954-57 Studied Graphic Design and Illustration at St. Martin’s School of Art, London

    ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

    2009 New Paintings & Drawings, Forum Gallery, NY (catalogue)
    2007 Michael Leonard; Master of Ambiguity: Paintings, Drawings, and
    Portraits, Jonathan Edwards College, Yale University, New
    Haven, CT (catalogue)
    2004 Drawings by Michael Leonard, Thomas Gibson Fine Art, London,
    England (catalogue)
    1999 Forum Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue)
    1997 Thomas Gibson Fine Art, London, England (catalogue)
    1993 Thomas Gibson Fine Art, London, England
    1992 Verisimilitude, Stiebel Modern, New York, NY (catalogue)
    1989 Retrospective, Artsite Gallery, Bath, England
    1988 Fischer Fine Art, London, England (catalogue)
    1983 Fischer Fine Art, London, England (catalogue)
    1980 Fischer Fine Art, London, England (catalogue)
    1977 Fischer Fine Art, London, England (catalogue)
    Michael Leonard/Drawings, Harriet Griffin Fine Arts, New York, NY
    Retrospective, Gemeentemuseum, Arnhem, The Netherlands
    1974 Fischer Fine Art, London, England (catalogue)

    SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

    2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2016-17 Contemporary Old Masters, Louisiana Art & Science Museum, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    2014 Wives, Daughters and Lovers, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Re-presenting Representation VIII, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
    2013 Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2012 Perception of Self, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery, 1962-2012, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2010 Contemporary Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture: A Summer
    Selection, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2010 Re-Presenting the Nude, EVOKE Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM
    2009 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2008 New Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2007-08 About Face; Portraiture Now, Long Beach Museum of Art, CA
    2006 The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2005 Cover Story: The Art and Photojournalism of the Sunday Times
    Magazine, Nikon and Proud Galleries
    What is Realism? Albermarle Gallery, London
    2005 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    The Figurative Impulse, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    2004 Masters and Mavericks, Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
    2003 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Modern and Contemporary Portraits curated by Townsend
    Wolfe, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2002 Artists of the Ideal, Palazzo Forte, Galleria d’Arte Moderna,
    Verona
    2001 Between Heaven and Earth-New Classical Movements in the Art
    of Today, Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Ostende, Belgium
    2000 The Male Form in Contemporary Art, Art and Culture Center,
    Hollywood, FL
    Still Lifes, William Baczek Fine Arts, Northampton, MA
    1999 The Nude in Contemporary Art, The Aldrich Museum of
    Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
    1998 Still Life Painting Today, Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, NC
    Apple of My Eye: Selections of Paintings and Works on Paper,
    Kraushaar Gallery, New York, NY
    It’s Still Life, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1998 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT
    1997 Animals in Art, Sotheby’s: London (touring Brighton & Preston)
    Re-presenting Representation III, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
    Ars Erotica, Edward Lucie-Smith, Rizzoli, New York, NY
    1994 Naked Men and Women in American Art, Midtown Payson
    Galleries, New York, NY
    1991 In Human Terms, Stiebel Modern, New York, NY
    1987-88 The Self Portrait: A Modern View, Artsite, Bath (touring
    exhibition organized by Sean Kelly and Edward Lucie-
    Smith)
    1983 8 British Realists, Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York, NY
    Urban Landscape, Oldham Museum and Art Gallery, Oldham, UK
    Pintura Brittanica Contemporanea, Museo Municipal, Madrid,
    Spain
    British Realists, Robin Gibson Gallery, Darlinghurst, New South
    Wales
    The Male Nude: A Modern View, Homeworks, London (Organized
    by Francois de Louville)
    1982 Fischer Group Show, Solomon Gallery, Dublin
    1981 Various Approaches, Fischer Fine Art, London
    The Real British, Fischer Fine Art, London (organized by Edward
    Lucie-Smith)
    Fischer Fine Art, London
    1980 Nudes, Angela Flowers, London
    1979-80 The Craft of Art, Peter Moore’s Liverpool Project 5, Walker Art
    Gallery, Liverpool
    1979 Figurative Approach 4, Fischer Fine Art, London
    1978 John Moores’ 11, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
    Figurative Approach 3, Fischer Fine Art, London
    1976 Fischer Fine Art, London
    1975 Aspects of Realism, touring exhibition in Canada (organized by
    Rothmans)
    John Moores’ 10, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
    Figurative Approach, Fischer Fine Art, London
    1975 Realismus and Realitat, Kunsthalle, Darmstadt
    Fischer Fine Art, London
    1973 Fischer Fine Art, London
    1972 English Explorations, Fischer Fine Art, London

    SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:

    Books; Monographs:

    Drawn to the Past, Foreword by Anthea Gibson, Thomas Gibson Fine
    Art, London, 1993
    Changing II (augmented edition of Changing), Editions Aubrey
    Walters, London, 1992
    Michael Leonard: Paintings, Foreword by Lincoln Kirstein, Edward Lucie-Smith in conversation with the artist, GMP Publishers, London, 1985
    Changing: 50 Drawings, Introduction by Edward Lucie-Smith, GMP Publishers, London, 1983

    Books; Illustrated:

    The Folk Songs of North America, Alan Lomax, Cassell, London, 1960
    The Kingdom of Carbonel, Barbara Sleigh, Max Parrish, London, 1959
    When Wendy Grew Up – An Afterthought, J.M. Barrie, Nelson, Edinburgh

    Articles / Reviews:

    Lucie-Smith, Edward. “Modern Virtuoso.” Art Review. June 1997.
    Norman, Geraldine. “Nudes Inspired by Past Masters.” The Independent.
    June 21, 1993.
    Packer, William. “Back to Real Painting.” The Financial Times, June
    22, 1993.
    Sewell, Brian. “Nude Awakening.” Evening Standard. October 20, 1988.
    Kirstein, Lincoln. “Drawn to the Past.” House and Garden (US), November
    1987.
    Hewson, David. “Acclaim for the Queen’s New Portrait.” The Times. March
    27, 1986.
    Russell Taylor, John. “Warmth and Light Flood In.” The Times, October 4,
    1983.
    Lucie-Smith, Edward. “Artists’ Time Machine.” The Sunday Times: Colour
    Magazine. September 1983.
    “Artists’ Thoughts on the Seventies.” Studio International. Vol 195, 1981.
    Cooper, Emmanuel. “Between Fantasy and Reality.” Gay News. No 190, 1980.
    Lucie-Smith, Edward. “Michael Leonard.” Art International. March/April
    1980.
    Spurling, John. “Criticism Concrete.” New Statesman. May 9, 1980.
    Quantrill, Malcolm. “London Letter.” Art International. December 1977.

    Books; Anthologies / Catalogues:

    Nancy Reynolds, Remembering Lincoln, Ballet Society New York, 2007
    Cover Story: The Art and Photojournalism of the Sunday Times Magazine, Nikon and Proud Galleries, 2006
    Edward Lucie Smith, Art Tomorrow, Terrail, Paris, 2002
    David Leddick, Male Nude Now, Universe, 2001
    Edward Lucie Smith, Flora, Evergreen/Taschen also Watson-Guptill, USA, 2001
    Drawings by Twentieth Century and Contemporary Masters, Forum Gallery, NY,
    2001
    David Leddick, Naked Men Too, Universe, 2000
    David Williamson, The Kings and Queens of England, National Portrait Gallery,
    1998
    Edward Lucie-Smith, Adam, Rizzoli, New York, 1998
    Edward Lucie-Smith, Ars Erotica, Rizzoli, New York, 1997
    John O’Hern, Re-presenting Representation, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY, 1997
    Elaine Benson/John Esten, Unmentionables: A Brief History of Underwear, Simon
    & Schuster, New York, 1996
    Edward Lucie Smith, Visual Arts in the 20th Century, Laurence King Publishing,
    London, 1996
    Edward Lucie Smith, ARTODAY, Phaidon, Oxford, 1995
    Edward Lucie Smith, Race, Sex and Gender in Contemporary Art, Harry N. Abrams
    Inc, New York, 1994
    Peter Gray, Psychology, Worth Publishers Inc., New York, 1991
    Edward Lucie Smith, Art in the Eighties, Phaidon, Oxford, 1990
    Charles Jenks, Post Modernism, Rizzoli, New York, 1987
    Sean Kelly/Edward Lucie-Smith, The Self Portrait – A Modern View, Sarema Press,
    London, 1987
    Malcolm Rogers, Elizabeth II – Portraits of Sixty Years, National Portrait Gallery,
    London, 1986
    Lincoln Kirstein, Quarry – A collection in lieu of Memoirs, Twelvetrees Press,
    Pasadena, California, 1986
    Francois de Louville/Edward Lucie-Smith, The Male Nude – A Modern View, Phaidon, Oxford, 1985
    Edward Lucie Smith, The Body, Thames and Hudson, London, 1981
    Christine Lindey, Superrealist Painting and Sculpture, Orbis, London, 1980
    Edward Lucie Smith, Art in the Seventies, Phaidon, Cornell University Press, Ithaca,
    NY, 1980
    Charlotte Parry Crooke/Norbert Lynton, Contemporary British Artists, Bergstrom
    and Boyle, London, 1979
    Edward Lucie Smith, Super Realists, Phaidon, Oxford, 1979
    Edward Booth-Clibborn of D & AD, European Illustration 76/77, Polygon Publishing
    ltd., Zurich, 1977
    The Association of Illustrators 1st Annual, Studio Vista, London, 1976
    Alan Aldridge, The Beatles Illustrated Lyrics, MacDonald Unit 75, London, 1969
    Artists Partners (catalogue of represented artists), Artist Partners, 1969
    Design and Art Direction ’68, Constable and Co. Ltd., 1968

    Exhibition Catalogues:

    2009 New Paintings & Drawings, Essay by Barbara S. Krulik, Forum
    Gallery, New York, NY
    2006 Michael Leonard; Master of Ambiguity: Paintings, Drawings, and
    Portraits, Jonathan Edwards College, Yale University, New Haven,
    CT, introduction by Gary Haller, essays by Edward Lucie-Smith,
    Natalie Frank, ‘artist statement’ by Michael Leonard
    2004 Drawings by Michael Leonard, Thomas Gibson Fine Art, essays by
    Michael Leonard
    1999 Forum Gallery, New York, NY, essay by Edward Lucie-Smith.
    1997 Thomas Gibson Fine Art, London, Foreword by Michael Leonard
    1992 Verisimilitude, Stiebel Modern, New York, introduction by Penelope
    Hunter-Stiebel, essay by John Russell Taylor, ‘artist statement’ by
    Michael Leonard
    1988 Fischer Fine Art, London, essay by Giles Auty
    1983 Fischer Fine Art, London, essay by John Russell Taylor
    1980 Fischer Fine Art, London, essay by Edward Lucie-Smith
    1977 Fischer Fine Art, London, essay by Robert Melville
    1974 Fischer Fine Art, London, essay by Robert Melville

    COLLECTIONS:

    Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
    De Beers CSO, London
    Ferens Art Gallery, Hull
    Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
    Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam
    National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh
    National Portrait Gallery, London
    New Orleans Museum of Art, LA
    Seven Bridges Foundation, Greenwich, CT
    Victoria and Albert Museum, London

    DAVID LEVINE

    (1926-2009)

     

    EDUCATION:

    1936-1938 Attended the Brooklyn Museum Art School, New York, NY

    Attended Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

    1941 B.S. in Education, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

    1951 B.F.A., Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

    Eighth Street School, New York, NY (with Hans Hoffman)

    ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

    1953-1963 Davis Gallery, New York, NY, (annually from 1954 to 1963)

    1963 Joined Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    1968 New York University, New York, NY

    Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, GA

    University Gallery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

    1968-69 California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA

    1969 Graphic Arts Division, Princeton University Library, Princeton, NJ

    1970 Davidson Art Center, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT

    1971 North Shore Community Art Center, Great Neck, NY

    Lunn Gallery, Washington, DC

    1971-72 California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA

    1972 Princeton Gallery of Fine Art, Princeton, NJ

    Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris, France

    1973 Pierson College, Yale University, New Haven, CT

    1976 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC

    1977 Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA

    1979 Centre Culturel Americain, Paris – Israel

    Galerie Claude Bernard, Paris, France

    University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

    Maurice Pine Free Public Library, Fair Lawn, NJ

    1980 The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC

    1981 Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, NY

    1982 Forum Gallery, NY

    1983 Galerie Claude Bernard, Paris, France

    Galerie Bartsch and Chariau, Munich, Germany

    1984 The Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, California

    Santa Fe East Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico

    Galerie Claude Bernard, Paris, France

    1985 Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    Galerie Claude Bernard, Paris, France

    Die Gallery Im Taxispalais, Innsbruck, Austria

    1986 Forum Gallery, NY

    1987 Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, England

    Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    1988 Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS

    Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    Galerie Claude Bernard, Paris, “Aaron Shikler et David Levine”.

    1989 Louis Newman Galleries, Beverly Hills, CA

    Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    1991 Susan Conroy Carroll Gallery, Washington, DC

    1992 Columbus College Art Gallery, Columbus, GA

    1993 American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, NY

    1995 City of Landau, Germany

    1997 Campbell-Thiebaud Gallery, San Francisco, CA

    1998 Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    Kunsthaus Bühler, Stuttgart, Germany

    2002 David Levine: The Fables of Aesop, The Foundation for Hellenic

    Culture, New York, NY

    2004 Escape, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    Kunsthaus Bühler, Stuttgart, Germany

    2008 American Presidents & Selected Paintings 1966-2008

    2010 Century Masters: David Levine, The Century Association, New York, NY

    2014 David Levine (1926-2009): The World He Saw, Fifty Years of Paintings and Drawings, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

    1971 Paintings and Drawings by David Levine/Aaron Shikler, The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

    1988 David Levine/Aaron Shikler, Galerie Claude Bernard, Paris, France

    1989 David Levine/Aaron Shikler, Lyme Academy of Fine Arts, Old

    Lyme, CT

    1990 David Levine/Aaron Shikler, Meredith Long & Company,

    Houston, TX

    1992 David Levine/Aaron Shikler, Kunsthaus Bühler, Stuttgart, Germany

    1993 David Levine/Aaron Shikler: Recent Works, Forum Gallery, in association with Davis & Langdale Company Inc., NY

    SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

    1983 Museum of the Borough of Brooklyn, Brooklyn College, New York, NY

    Society of Illustrators Exhibition, New York, NY

    1983-85 Twentieth Century American Watercolors, Gallery Association of

    New York State (traveling exhibition) National Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, NY

    Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France

    Southern Pennsylvania Alleghenies Museum of Art, Loretto, PA

    1984 Maryland Institute, College of Art: Decker and Meyerhoff Gallery,

    Baltimore, MD

    Museum of the Borough of Brooklyn, Brooklyn College, New York, NY

    1984-85 International Exhibition Foundation, Washington, DC

    1985 The Century Club, New York, NY

    1989 The Century Club, New York, NY

    1990 The Museums at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY

    1993 L’Aquarelle aujourd’hui, Musee-Galerie de la Seita, Paris, France

    Contemporary American Landscape, Kenny Gallery, Columbus, OH

     

    1993 Artists by Artists, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    1995 Art and the Law, West Publishing Corporation, St. Paul, MN

    1996 Town and Country: In Pursuit of Life’s Pleasures, Nassau County

    Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY

    Politics, American Style: Issues and Images, Beacon Hill Fine Art, New York, NY

    1997 Twenty-Five Treasures, Campbell-Thiebaud Gallery, San Francisco,

    CA

    1998 Masters of Color and Light: Homer, Sargent, and the American

    Watercolor Movement, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY

    1998 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR

    1999 Dance for a City: Fifty Years of the New York City Ballet, The New

    York Historical Society, New York, NY

    2003 Modern and Contemporary Portraits curated by Townsend Wolfe,

    Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR

    2004 Masters and Mavericks, Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

    Watercolor, DFN Gallery, New York, NY

    Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    2005 Figurative Impulse, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

    Watercurrents: The Figure, Lori Bookstein Fine Art, New York, NY

    2006 Recent American Watercolors, Peninsula Fine Arts, Newport

    News, VA

    2007 The Contemporary Landscape, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary Works on Paper,

    Forum Gallery, New York

    2009 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    2011 That Seventies Show, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    2011/12 Infinite Jest: Caricature and Satire from Leonardo to Levine,

    Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

    2014 Wives, Daughters and Lovers, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    2017 Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:

    American Presidents, [Edited by David Leopold; Introductions by Bill Moyers & Michael Winship], Fantagraphics: Seattle, WA, 2008

    The Arts of David Levine, (Foreword by Thomas S. Buechner), Knopf: New York, NY, 1978.

    The Fables of Aesop, Gambit: Boston, MA, 1975.

    No Known Survivors, (Foreword by John Kenneth Galbraith), Gambit: Boston, MA, 1970.

    Pens and Needles, (Foreword by John Updike), Gambit: Boston, MA, 1969.

    The Man from M.A.L.I.C.E., (Foreword by Malcolm Muggeridge), E.P. Dutton & Co., New York, NY, 1966.

    A Summer Sketchbook, (Foreword by Peter A. Wick), Mitchell Press: New York, NY, 1963.

    AWARDS AND HONORS:

    1955 Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award

    1958 Isaac N. Maynard Award, National Academy of Design, New York, NY

    1960 Julius N. Hallgarten Prize, National Academy of Design, New York,

    NY

    1962 Thomas B. Clarke Prize, National Academy of Design, New York, NY

    1966 George Polk Memorial Award, Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY

    1967 Guggenheim Fellowship, New York, NY

    1971 Elected as a Member of the National Academy of Design, New York,

    NY

    1972 Childe Hassam Purchase Prize, American Academy of Arts and

    Letters, New York, NY

    1973 Benjamin Altman Prize, National Academy of Design, New York, NY

    Member, Board of Trustees, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY

    1978 Childe Hassam Purchase Prize, American Academy of Arts and

    Letters, New York, NY

    Benjamin Altman Prize

    1983 Elected Member, American Academy and Institute of Arts and

    Letters, New York, NY

    Certificate of Merit, National Academy of Design, New York, NY

    1984 John Pike Memorial Prize, National Academy of Design, New York,

    NY

    Lenox Library, Lenox, MA

    1993 Gold Medal, American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letter,

    New York, NY

    1995 Thomas Nast Award, Landau, Germany

    2003 Society of Illustrators “Illustrators Hall of Fame”

    COLLECTIONS:

    Arkansas State University Art Gallery, Jonesboro, AR

    Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, England

    The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

    Cigna Insurance Company, Philadelphia, PA

    The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH

    The Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA

    Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

    Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution,

    Washington, DC

    Judith A. and Howard Tullman Collection, Chicago, IL

    Library of Congress, Washington, DC

    Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

    Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

    National Portrait Gallery, London, England

    National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC

    The Newark Museum, Newark, NJ

    Palmer Museum of Art, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

    The Pierpont Morgan Library, New York, NY

    Princeton University Library, Princeton, NJ

    The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center, Austin, TX

     

     

    JANE LUND

    Education

    Pratt Institute, New York, NY
    Queens College, New York, NY
    New School for Social Research, New York, NY
    Scholarship for study in Venice, Italy

    Fellowships and Grants

    1987 Artist’s Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts
    1986 Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation Grant
    1985-86 Fellow of the Bunting Institute, Radcliffe College,Cambridge, MA
    1984 Hereward Lester Cooke Foundation Fellowship Grant
    1979 Fellowship Recipient, Massachusetts Council on the Arts and Humanities

    Solo Exhibitions
    2012 “Jane Lund: Home Body”, Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, MA
    2005 “Jane Lund, My Work,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1997 “Jane Lund, New Pastel Paintings,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1990 “Jane Lund, Watercolor Constructions,” Hart Gallery, Northampton, MA
    1989 “Jane Lund,” Art Scene series, Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, MA
    1988 “Jane Lund,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1977 “Jane Lund,” Pucker/Safrai Gallery, Boston, MA

    Group Exhibitions and Prizes

    2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2017 Seeing With Our Own Eyes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2016-17 Contemporary Old Masters, Louisiana Art & Science Museum, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    2016 American Views, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2013 17 Women, Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral, Pennsylvania
    2012 Uncommon Ground: Alternative Realities, Forum Gallery, New York, NY Perception of Self, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2011 “Exquisite Corpse,” Charles P. Russell Gallery, Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, MA
    2010 “Inspiring Figures: Celebrating Women in American Figurative Art,”
    The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH. Organized by the
    Portrait Society of America.
    2009 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2009 “Then & Now, Contemporary Artists Revisit the Past” The Arkell Museum, Canajoharie, NY
    2008-09 “As Other See Us,” Brattleboro Museum & Art Center, Brattleboro, VT
    2008 “The Figure Revealed: Contemporary American Figurative
    Paintings and Drawings, Kalamazoo Institute of Art,” Kalamazoo, MI.
    2007 “The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary Works on Paper,” Forum
    Gallery, New York, NY
    “The Feminist Figure,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    “The Figure in Pastel,” Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH
    2004 Henry Legrand Cannon Prize for Graphics, National Academy of Design,
    New York, NY
    “179th Annual Exhibition,” National Academy of Design, New York, NY
    2003 “Contemporary Works on Paper,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    “Transforming the Commonplace: Masters of Contemporary
    Realism,” Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, PA
    2002 Carol Craven Gallery, West Tisbury, Martha’s Vineyard, MA
    2001 “Works on Paper Invitational,” Nielsen Gallery, Boston, MA.
    2000 “Drawings by 20th Century and Contemporary Masters,” Forum Gallery, New
    York, NY
    “Still Lifes, ” Wm Baczek Fine Arts, Northampton, MA
    1999-2000 Contemporary American Realist Drawings: The Jalene and Richard
    Davidson Collection, The Art Institute of Chicago.
    1999 “Still Life: Infinitely Moving, ” Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach, VA
    Paintings by Seven Contemporary Women,” Forum Gallery, NYC.
    1998 Allied Artists of America Show, New York, NY, Gold Medal of Honor
    “Valley Realists” The Danforth Museum, Framingham, MA.
    “Dreamweavers: Symbolist Tendencies in Contemporary New England Art, ”
    The Brush Art Gallery and Studios, Lowell, MA.
    “The Figurative Impulse, ” Kendall Art Gallery, Miami Dade Community
    College,Miami,FL.
    “Northampton Figurative Artists, ” J. Cacciola Galleries, New York, NY.
    1997 “Pastel Society of America Show, ” New York, NY, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Giffuni, Award for Exceptional Merit.
    1996 “Contemporary Still Life,” University Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.
    1995 “Nothing Overlooked:Women Painting Still Life,” Contemporary Realist Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
    1994 “Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture,” American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY.
    1993 “Seventh Triennial Exhibition,” Fuller Museum of Art, Brockton, MA.
    “SELF-aMUSEd: The Contemporary Artist as Observer and Observed,” Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, MA.
    “Artists by Artists,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1991 “The Mind’s Eye: Fantasy, Dream and the Imagination,” Fitchburg Art
    Museum, Fitchburg, MA.
    “Artists by Artists,” The Barn Gallery, Ogunquit, ME.
    “The Object: Found, Observed, Imagined,” Fitchburg Art Museum, MA.
    1990 “VWA/WCA New England Women Juried Exhibition, ” Northampton Center for the Arts, Northampton, MA. Award for Excellence; Howardina Pindell, juror.
    Group Show, National Academy of Design, New York, NY.
    1989 “Monocular Vision: New England Realist Artists,” (Inaugural exhibition),
    Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, MA.
    1988-89 “Here’s Looking at You: Contemporary New England Portraits,” Westfield
    State College, Westfield, MA, Montserrat College of Art, Northeastern University, Boston, MA.
    1987 “New Work by Old Friends,” DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA.
    1986 “Collages,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY.
    1985 “Collected Visions,” Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, MA.
    “Artists Choosing Artists,” Artists’ Choice Museum, New York, NY.
    Group Pastel Show, Nora Haime Gallery, New York, NY.
    1984 “Paintings and Prints by Five Western Massachusetts Artists,”
    Wistariahurst Museum, Holyoke, MA.
    1983 “Perspectives on Contemporary American Realism,” Pennsylvania
    Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, and The Art Institute of
    Chicago.
    1981 “Brockton Museum Triennial,” Brockton, MA.
    1980 “Directions in Realism: Boston,” Danforth Museum, Framingham, MA.
    Three Woman Show: “Contact Point,” Springfield Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, MA.
    Wistariahurst Museum, Holyoke, MA, First Prize for Painting, $500.
    1978 Berkshire Art Association Annual Show, Pittsfield, MA. First Prize for
    Painting, J. F. Kahl Silver Bowl Award.
    “Boston ’78,” Brockton Art Center, Brockton, MA.
    1977 “Pastel Society of America Show, New York, NY, ” Pastel Society Award.
    “Women on Women” show, G. W. V. Smith Art Museum, Springfield, MA.
    “Massachusetts Open, ” Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA.
    “First Prize for Painting.”
    1976 “Davidson National Print and Drawing Competition, ” Stowe Gallery,
    Davidson College, Davidson, NC. Honorable Mention.
    “Springfield Art League, ” Springfield, MA, Past Presidents’ Prize.
    “Childe Hassam Fund Show, ” National Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY, Purchase Prize.
    1975 “Women ’75 Show, ” DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA.
    “Childe Hassam Fund Show, ” National Academy of Arts and Letters, New
    York, NY.
    1974 “Springfield Art League, ” Springfield, MA. Pastel Award.
    1973 “Group Show, ” Pucker/Safrai Gallery, Boston, MA.
    “New Talent/New England Show, ” DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA.
    1971 “Bridgton National Art Show, ” Bridgton, ME, Second Prize, $500.

    Collections

    DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA
    DeSaisset Museum, Santa Clara, CA
    Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
    Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, MA
    Nelson Gallery, Kansas City, MO
    The Davidson Collection, Chicago, IL

    Magazines, Periodicals, and Television

    “Jane Lund: My Work,” Forum Gallery, NY, 2005

    “Pastel Paintings by Jane Lund,”
    The Massachusetts Review, Spring, 1977

    “Eight Women Portrait Artists,”
    The Massachusetts Review, Summer, 1983

    “Northampton Realists”, interview by Chuck Kramer, WCVB, Boston, 1984

    “A Realist Portfolio,”
    New England Monthly, October, 1985

    Eye of the Realist, video documentary, Tim Lindop, 1990

    “Expanding on a Classic: Three Still Life Artists…”
    The Artist’s Magazine, November, 1994

    The Many Faces of Pastel,
    The Artists Magazine, November, 1997

    “Jane Lund” American Artist, March, 1999
    Other

    Engagement Calendar: Contemporary Women Artists, 1985, Bo-Tree Productions, Palo Alto, CA (page and back cover)
    Photograph of painting, “White Still Life,” included in Stilleben, Bildkomposition, by Ursula Kaiser, published by Otto Maier, Ravensburg, Germany, 1987.
    One of 20 artists included in Creative Painting with Pastels, North Light Books, Cincinnati, OH, 1990.
    Calendar: Women in Art, 1991: Twelve Contemporary Painters, Pomegranate Press, Petaluma, CA
    Engagement Calendar: Women Artists, 1991, Abbeville Press, New York.
    Calendar: Women in Art, 1992: Twelve Contemporary Artists, Pomegranate Press, Petaluma, CA
    Juror and guest speaker, “Shades of Pastel ’93″ National exhibition presented by the Maryland Pastel Society, Baltimore MD, 1993.
    Return of the Great Goddess, Burleigh Mutén, ed., Shambhala Publications, Boston and London, 1994.
    Photographs of two paintings with discussion in Enliven Your Paintings with Light by Phil Metzger, North Light Books, Cincinnati, OH, 1994.
    Juror: 45th Annual National Exhibition, Academic Artists Association; Springfield, MA, 1995.
    Calendar: 2d annual, Artists Magazine, 1996, Cincinnati, OH
    Juror: Pastels, Hart Gallery, Northampton, MA, 1997
    Engagement calendar: Return of the Great Goddess, 1998, Burleigh Mutén, compiler, Stewart, Tabori, and Chang, New York.
    Juror: Annual Pastel Society of America Show, New York, NY. 1998
    Engagement calendar: Return of the Great Goddess, 2000, Burleigh Mutén, compiler, Stewart, Tabori, and Chang, New York.
    Juror: Annual Springfield Art League Exhibition, Springfield, MA. 2000
    Two paintings and a graphite included as examples in The Artist’s Illustrated Encyclopedia, by Phil Metzger, published by Northlight Books, Cincinnati OH, 2001
    New York Press, by Julia Morton, February 2005.

    Professional Experience

    1958 65 Graphic Artist, Colgate-Palmolive Co., New York, NY.
    1966 68 Technical Illustrator, Thor Associates, Boston, MA.
    1968 70 Technical Illustrator, Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co., Boston. MA.

    Teaching

    1972-74 Instructor of Basic Drawing and of Pastel Drawing, Old Schwamb Mill (adult education center), Arlington, MA.
    1972-78 Instructor of Basic Drawing and of Pastel Drawing, Cambridge Center for Adult Education, Cambridge MA.
    1978-81 Instructor of Fundamentals of Drawing and of Figure Structure, Berkshire Community College, Pittsfield, MA.
    1996 Pastel Workshops, The Guild Art Gallery, Northampton, MA.
    1999-2001 Instructor of Drawing, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
    2000 Workshop, Kalamazoo Institute of Art, Kalamazoo, MI.

    DAVID MACH

    BORN: Methil, Fife (Scotland), 1956

    EDUCATION:

    1979 Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee
    1982 Royal College of Art, London

    DECORATIONS:

    1975 Pat Holmes Memorial Prize
    1976 Duncan of Drumfork Travelling Scholarship
    1977 SED Minor Travelling Scholarship
    1978 SED Major Travelling Scholarship
    1982 RCA Drawing Prize
    1988 Nominated for Turner Prize, Tate Gallery, London
    1992 Won Lord Provost’s Prize, RGI, Glasgow
    1998 Elected member of Royal Academy
    1999 Visiting Professor, Sculpture Department, Edinburgh College of Art
    2000 Appointed Professor of Sculpture, Royal Academy Schools, London
    2002 Honorary Doctor of Laws, University of Dundee

    SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

    1981 Richard Booth Bookshop, Hay-on-Wye (Wales)
    1982 Lisson Gallery, London
    New 57 Gallery, Edinburgh
    Galerie t’Venster, Rotterdam
    1983 Mock Shop, Kingston Polytechnic, London
    ‘Castaways’, Galerie Andata/Ritorno, Geneva
    Ateliers Contemporains d’Arts Plastiques, St Brieuc (France)
    1985 ‘Towards a Landscape’, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford
    Galerie Foksal, Warsaw
    Stoke City Museum, Stoke-on-Trent
    1986 Cleveland Art Gallery, Middlesborough
    ‘David Mach Roadshow’, Barbara Toll Fine Art, New York
    Mercer Union Gallery, Toronto
    Herning Kunstmuseum, Herning (Denmark)
    ‘Fuel for the Fire’, Riverside Studios, London
    Seagate Gallery, Dundee
    ‘If you go down to the woods’, Corner House, Manchester
    1986 ‘Chimney Sweep’, Town Hall, Manchester
    Sherratt & Hughes Bookshop, Leadenhall Market, London
    National Museum of Photography, Film & Television, Bradford
    Hacienda Club, Manchester
    1987 Musee des Arts Decoratifs, Centre du Verre, Paris
    Si avui t’endinses en els boscos’, Fundacio Joan Miro, Barcelona
    ‘Adding Fuel to the Fire’, Metronom Gallery, Barcelona
    ‘Natural Causes’, Wiener Secession, Vienna
    One of two British representatives at the 19th Biennale, Sao Paolo
    ‘Chinese Whispers’, Nicola Jacobs Gallery, London
    1988 ‘A Hundred and One Dalmations’, Tate Gallery, London
    Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan (Canada)
    ‘A Million Miles Away’, Barbara Toll Fine Art, New York
    ‘Signs of Life’, Provinciaal Museum, Hasselt (Belgium)
    ‘Multi-Story Car Park’, BBC Television Centre, London
    ‘A Nice Location’, Kawasaki City Museum, Tokyo
    ‘The Art that Came Apart’, Musee d’Art Contemporain, Montreal
    ‘David Mach’, Galerie Ek’Ymose 1, Bordeaux
    ‘Parvis 2’, Tarbes (France)
    Galerie Andata/Ritorno, Geneva
    1989 ‘Stream of Consciousness’, Artspace, San Francisco
    ‘David Mach’, FGG Gallery, Frankfurt
    ‘Tamed, Trained and Framed’, Maurice Keitelman Gallery, Brussels
    ‘Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite – A New Utopia’, Galerie Nikki Diana Marquardt, Paris
    ‘Ploughman’s Lunch’, Middleton Hall, Milton Keynes
    ‘Kissin’ Cousins’, Hamburg Messe, Hamburg
    ‘Along Classical Lines’, Melbourne Spoleto Festival, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
    ‘Home Cookin’’, Galerie 175, Brussels
    ‘Wet and Dry’, Cultural Centre, Madrid
    ‘Five Easy Pieces’, Barbara Toll Fine Art, New York
    ‘A Hair’s Breadth’, Brooklyn Museum, New York
    1990 ‘Here to Stay’, Tramway, Glasgow
    ‘Chicago Trophies’, Chicago Art Fair, Chicago
    ‘Over to the Right a Bit’, House of Ukrainian Artists, Kiev
    ‘Creature Comforts’, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh
    1991 ‘David Mach: Sculpture’, Ace Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
    ‘David Mach: Sculpture’, Maurice Keitelman Gallery, Brussels
    1991 Gallery 400, University of Illinois, Chicago
    ‘It Takes Two’, Euston Square Gardens, London
    1992 Orpheus Gallery, Belfast
    Barbara Toll Fine Art, New York
    ‘Welcome to Euromach’, Galerie Nikki Diana Marquardt, Paris
    1993 ‘David Mach: Sculpture’, Ujazdowski Castle Center for Contemporary Art, Warsaw
    ‘Between the Lines’, Hakone Open-Air Museum (Japan)
    ‘David Mach: New Work’, Viafarini, Milan
    ‘David Mach: New Work’, Studio Casoli, Milan
    ‘Square Town/Town Square’, Seagate Gallery, Dundee
    ‘Matchheads’, the Gallery, Essex University, Colchester
    ‘Flayed, Stretched and Tanned’, Walsall Art Gallery, Walsall
    1994 ‘Fully Furnished’, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego
    ‘Freeze’, Musee Leon Dierx, Reunion Island
    ‘Drawings’, CASK, Kitakyushu (Japan)
    ‘Hako’, Glasgow Print Studio, Glasgow
    ‘Likeness Guaranteed’, Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall
    ‘Headcase’, Aberdeen Art Gallery, Aberdeen
    Sculpture installation in the Sun Pavilion, Harrogate
    ‘Temple at Tyre’, Leith Docks, Edinburgh
    ‘David Mach’, Mercer Art Gallery, Harrogate
    1995 ‘Whirl’, Summerlee Museum, Coatbridge
    ‘David Mach: Sculpture’, Sunderland City Art Gallery
    ‘Matchheads’, Ace Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles
    ‘Drawings’, Jill George Gallery, London
    ‘David Mach’, Galerie Andata/Ritorno, Geneva
    1996 ‘Naked’, Jason & Rhodes Gallery, London
    Ferens Art Gallery, Kingston-upon-Hull
    1997 ‘Heavy Duty’, Hamumche Gallery, Tel-Aviv
    ‘The Last Detail’, Galerie Jerome de Noirmont, Paris
    ‘New Drawings’, Jill George Gallery, London
    1998 ‘Columns’, CRDC, Nantes
    ‘Drawings’, Ecole des Beaux Arts, Nantes
    Touring exhibition of drawings, Cyprus
    1998 ‘The Great Outdoors’, Center for Contemporary Art, Cincinnati
    1999 ‘The National Portrait’ commissioned for the Self Portrait Zone, the Dome, Greenwich, London
    2000 ‘David Mach at the Advance Factory’, Kilkenny
    ‘Drawings’, Jill George Gallery, London
    ‘Species’, Galerie Jerome de Noirmont, Paris
    2001 Touring exhibition of original artwork of ‘Portrait of Britain,’ 17 different venues
    Galerie IUFM Confluence(s), Lyons
    Hugo Boss, Rome
    ‘David Mach’, Galeria Communale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Rome
    2002 Drawings, Marks & Spencer Head Office, London
    ‘Hell Bent’ Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
    Drawings, Jill George Gallery, London
    2003 ‘Straight Up’, Galerie Jerome de Noirmont, Paris
    2004 ‘New Collages of London, Paris and Edinburgh,’ Jill George Gallery, London, England
    2005 ‘Sculptures, Collages and Other Works,’ Forum Gallery, New York
    2006 ‘David Mach’, Dundee
    ‘Visit London’, Touring exhibition, London, Milan, Barcelona, Berlin
    ‘The State of Heads’, Jill George Gallery, London
    ‘Fortune’, Mint Club, Hong Kong
    2007 ‘David Mach,’ Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    ‘David Mach,’ Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    ‘David Mach-In Seine’, Opera Garnier, Paris
    ‘Postcard Collages’, Jill George Gallery, London
    ‘Iconography’, Jerome de Noirmont, Paris
    2008 ‘Size Doesn’t Matter’, Art Center de Vishal, Haarlem, Holland
    ‘Breaking Images’, Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
    ‘David Mach’, DUTAC, Dubai
    ‘Tete a Tete’, Jill George Gallery, London
    2009 ‘Mach’, Opera Gallery, Geneva
    2010 ‘Iconography’, Opera Gallery, London
    2011 ‘Precious Light,’ City Art Centre, Edinburgh
    2013 ‘David Mach: New Works in All Media’, Forum Gallery, New York
    2017 DAVID MACH: INCOMING, Griffin Gallery, London

    GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

    1982 Hildebrandtstrasse, Dusseldorf
    ‘Sculpture at the Open Air Theatre’, Regent’s Park, London
    ‘London/New York’, Lisson Gallery, London
    1983 ‘Truc et Troc, Lecons des Choses’, ARC, Paris
    ‘Young Blood’, Riverside Studios, London
    ‘Beelden/Sculpture, Lijnbaancentrum, Rotterdam
    ‘Necessites’, Chateau de la Roche Jagu, Brittany
    ‘Danse a Aix’, Aix-en-Provence
    ‘Diagonale’, Espace Montevideo, Antwerp
    ‘British Sculpture 83’, Hayward Gallery, London
    ‘Sculptors’ Drawings’, Air Gallery, London
    ‘Sculpture Symposium’, Yorkshire Sculpture Park
    ‘Ars 83’, Ateneum Museum, Helsinki
    ‘Art Ink 83’, ICA, London
    1984 ‘New Directions’, Cleveland Art Gallery, Middlesborough
    ‘Plus Value’, Galerie Eric Fabre, Paris
    ‘Acquisitions’, Fond Regional Art Contemporain du Rhones-Alpes
    International Garden Festival, Liverpool
    ‘Art Within Reach’, Air Gallery, London
    ‘Paper Trails’, Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool
    ‘Repeats’, Coracle Press, London
    ‘Demarcation’, Edinburgh International Festival, Edinburgh
    ‘Festival a la Bastion’, Geneva
    ‘Art on the Map’, Canterbury Fringe Festival, Canterbury
    ‘L’Hotel Revisite’ (presented by Fondation Charles Jourdan) Avenue de New York, Paris
    ‘Low-Tech’, Coracle Press at Rees Martin Art Services, London
    1985 ‘Still Life’, Barbara Toll Fine Art, New York
    ‘Royal Scotsman’ (production and exhibition of work on Royal Scotsman train
    ‘Beelden op de Berg’, Wageningen (The Netherlands)
    ‘The Interim Art Wall, Ceiling, Floor Show’ with Artangel Roadshow, London
    ‘Automobiennale’, Middelheim Museum, Antwerp
    ‘David Mach, Colin Nicholas’, London Business School, London
    Canterbury Fringe Festival
    ‘Impulse’, Galerie Loehrl, Monchengladbach (Germany)
    Scottish Travelling Drawing Show
    FRAC du Rhones-Alpes touring exhibition in France
    1986 ‘Conversions’, Germans van Eck Gallery, New York
    ‘Sculpture in the City’, Bath
    ‘Spring Fling’, Edinburgh
    International Garden Festival, Stoke-on-Trent
    Batley Art Gallery, Huddersfield
    ‘Painting and Sculpture Today:1986’ Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana
    ‘Contrariwise’, Glyn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea
    1987 ‘2D/3D’, The Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
    Sutton College of Further Education, Sutton Coldfield
    Idsall School, Shifnal, Shropshire
    City Artists Gallery, London
    ‘The British Edge’, ICA, Boston
    ‘Stichting Art Paper 87’, Jan Van Eyck Akademie, Maastricht
    ‘Zomerfestyn 87’, Amsterdam
    ‘Century 87’, Amsterdam
    ‘Black and White’, Nicola Jacobs Gallery, London
    ‘The Vigorous Imagination’, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh
    ‘Metal and Motion’, Brighton
    ‘The Vessel’, Serpentine Gallery, London
    ‘International Iron Sculpture Symposium’, Kitakyushu (Japan)
    1988 ‘Off the Beaten Track’, UK/LA Festival, UCLA, Los Angeles
    ‘New Directions: New Attitudes in Scottish Art’ touring exhibition in Yugoslavia
    ‘New British Art’, Tate Gallery, Liverpool
    ‘Wakefield 100’, Wakefield
    Henley Arts Festival, Henley-on-Thames
    British Arts Retrospective, touring exhibition in France
    1989 Opening exhibition, Barbizon Gallery, Glasgow
    ‘Scottish Art Since 1900’, National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh
    ‘Contemporary British Art’, Hammond Galleries, Lancaster, Ohio
    Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London
    1990 ‘Guillaume Bijl, David Mach, Carmen Perrin’, Galerie
    Andata/Ritorno, Geneva
    ‘Scottish Art Since 1900’, Scottish Gallery, London
    ‘Scottish Art Since 1900’, Barbican, Londno
    National Garden Festival, Gateshead
    ‘Three Scottish Sculptors’, Biennale, Venice
    ‘Die Collectie Alsnoch’, Provinciaal Museum, Hasselt (Belgium)
    ‘Sculptors Work on Paper’, Flowers East, London
    ‘New Purchases’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Antwerp
    ‘British Art Now: A Subjective View’, touring exhibition in
    Japan visiting Setagaya Museum, Tokyo; Fukuoka Art Museum;
    Nagoya City Art Museum; Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine
    Arts; Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Modern Art; and Hiroshima
    City Museum of Contemporary Art
    1991 ‘Guillaume Bijl, Marcel Duchamp, David Mach, Jurg Moser, Carmen Perrin’, Galerie Moi-Farine, Geneva
    William Jackson Gallery, London
    ‘Summer Exhibition’, Royal Academy, London
    ‘Kunst Europa’, Karlsruhe (Germany)
    ‘Selected Artists’, Galerie Nikki Marquardt, Paris
    ‘Virtue and Vision: Sculpture and Scotland 1540-1990’, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh
    ‘Espace’, Sculptors’ Society of Ireland, Dublin
    ‘Sculpture and Sculptors’ Drawings’, William Jackson Gallery, London
    1992 ‘Challenging Perspectives’, Ash Gallery, Edinburgh
    ‘New Purchases, National Art Collections Fund’, Sothebys, London
    Annual Sculpture Exhibition, Millfield School, Somerset
    ‘Sculpture Biennial’, Jesus College, Cambridge
    ‘Critic’s Choice’, Cooling Gallery, London
    ‘Decade Show’, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, City Museum and Art Galleries and various sites near Dundee
    ‘The Selected Line’, William Jackson Gallery, London
    1993 ‘Vormin Herhaling’, Jansen & Kooy, Amsterdam
    ‘Summer Seen’, William Jackson Gallery, London
    Sculpture Garden, Lewisham Town Centre, London
    1994 ‘British Sculpture’, Beaux Arts, London
    ‘Summer Show’, William Jackson Gallery, London
    ‘A Changing World: Fifty Years of Sculpture from the British Council Collection’, The State Russian Museum, St Petersburg
    Absolut Exhibition, Royal Academy, London
    1995 ‘Dialogues de Paix’, Palais des Nations, Geneva
    1996 ‘Framed’, with Harald Vlugt, Galerie de la Tour, Amsterdam
    ‘Sculpture Biennial’, Jesus College, Cambridge
    ‘30 Artistes pour la Liberte’, elac, Lyon
    1997 ‘A Cloudburst of Material Possessions’, touring exhibition
    ‘David Mach and Zadok Ben-David’, Chelouche Gallery, Tel-Aviv
    1998 ‘Contemporary Sculpture’, Ace Art Inc., New York
    ‘min or meer’, Amstelven Tidjelik, Holland
    ‘Transistors’, Hashimoto Museum of Art, Morioka, Japan; Royal Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh
    1999 ‘Sculptuur 99’, Den Haag
    2000 ‘L’homme qui marche…’ Jardin du Palais Royal, Paris
    ‘People in Motion’, Den Haag
    ‘Eye of the Storm’, Parco la Mandria, Turin
    ‘Artaid 2000’, Vinopolis Gallery, London
    ‘At Home with Art’ touring exhibition started at Tate Britain and various venues in England
    2001 ‘Between Earth and Heaven’, PMMK, Ostend
    Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London
    ‘One Tree’, travelling exhibition
    ‘Carnaval des Animaux’, Den Haag
    ‘London Underground’, Sungkok Museum, Seoul
    ‘In collaboration with David Mach’, AT Kearney Ltd, London
    ‘2001 International Container Arts Festival’, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
    2002 British Society of Graduate Artists and Designers Exhibition, The Mall Galleries, London
    ‘London Underground’, Fine Art Museum, Taipei
    2003 ‘Beaufort 2003’, PMMK Museum, Ostend
    Bryanston School
    Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London
    2005 ‘The Reality Show, the Big Picture’, Ferguson Gallery, Peninsula Fine Arts Center, Newport News, VA
    2006 ‘Oink, Moo, Baa: Animals in Art’, Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, Wilmington, DE
    2007 ‘David Mach,’ Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    ‘The Contemporary Landscape Show,’ Forum Gallery, New York
    2007 – 08 ‘David Mach,’ Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2008 ‘New Acquisitions,’ Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2009 ‘Edition, Edition’, Belfast Print Workshop, Belfast
    ‘Signal 8: Summer Salon Show’, Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
    ‘Royal Summer Show’, RA, London
    ‘March and Fiedler’, Opera Gallery, New York
    ‘Influence Pop’, Galerie Jerome de Noirmont, Parks
    ‘The Scottish Show’, The Art Gallery, University of Maryland, USA
    ‘Inspired’, The Mitchell Library, Glasgow
    ‘Vraoum! Tresors de la Bande Dessinee et Art Contemporain’, La Maison Rouge, Fondation Antoine de Galbert, Paris
    2010 ‘Au-dela du reel’, Galerie Jerome de Noirmont, Paris
    ‘Royal Academy Summer Show’, RA, London
    ‘Crucible’, Gloucester Cathedral, Gallery Pangolin, Chalford, Gloucestershire
    ’10 Dialogues: Richard DeMarco, Scotland, and the European Avant-Garde’, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh
    ‘Academicians’, Glasgow Print Studio, Glasgow
    ‘Peace on Earth: Art Against War’, Forum Gallery, New York
    2012 ‘Uncommon Ground: Alternative Realities’, Forum Gallery, New York
    2013 ‘Singular Vision’, Forum Gallery, New York
    2014 Wives, Daughters and Lovers, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2016 20/21 – VISIONARY ARTISTS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2017 Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2017-18 Fool the Eye, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY

    TELEVISION:

    1983 Alter Image series, Channel 4. Made a reclining figure piece for the first programme
    1984 Newsnight, BBC2. Ten minute documentary film as part of Edinburgh Festival coverage, mainly background information on Mach and concentrating on his piece in the ‘Demarcation’ exhibition
    1985 Saturday Review, BBC1. Film of some early matchheads being burnt at the Canterbury Fringe Festival and an interview
    1988 Mach I, Mach II, Mach III, Mach IV, BBC1. Five or ten minute sequences charting the progress of Mach’s installation ‘Multi-Story Car Park’ in the BBC TV Centre car park to illustrate and advertise the BBC’s British Art Week programmes
    1990 What the Papers Say, BBC2. Mach created a maze from 40 tons of Newspapers which was filmed for the title sequence.
    Clydeside Classic, video scripted by Mach and filmed as part of the 19.4.90 Television Interventions series shown on Channel 4; the Worldwide Video Festival, Holland, 1990; the Festival du Nouveau Cinema et de la Video, Montreal 1990 and the Australian International Video Festival in 1990
    1991 Vanity Fair commercial. Mach made a large magazine sculpture for commercial shown both on television and cinema to launch British edition of the magazine
    The Late Show, BBC2. One of the month’s guest art critics.
    1993 The Love Weekend, Channel 4. Live film of making condom sculpture
    The Late Show, BBC2. A 20 minute version of the film From Hill to Castle, produced by Annalogue Productions for BBC Scotland and the Arts Council of Great Britain. Showed the organisation and realisation of the Ujazdowski Castle exhibition in Warsaw
    Off the Wall series, BBC 2. Made tyre Parthenon with Byker Estate residents in Newcastle
    1994 The Great British Quiz, BBC1. Designed and made the set for this series
    1999 Steel Life for Artery, STV
    2000 Home is Where the Art is, Lion Television for BBC2

    MONOGRAPHS:

    David Mach: Master Builder, text by Tom Bendhem, Galerie t’Venster Rotterdam, 1982
    David Mach: Sculptures-Dessins, Ateliers Contemporains d’Arts Plastiques, Saint-Brieuc, 1983
    4 Journées de David Mach au travail, foreword by Beatrice Salmon
    David Mach: Towards a Landscape, text by Marco Livingstone, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, 1985
    David Mach: Fuel for the Fire, foreword by Mel Gooding, Riverside Studios, London, 1986
    David Mach: Natural Causes, Weiner Secession, Vienna, 1987
    David Mach A Hair’s Breadth, A Grand Lobby Project, the Brooklyn Museum, New York, 1989-90
    ArT RANDOM: David Mach, Marco Livingstone Ed., Kyoto Shoin International Co Ltd Kyoto, 1990 (reprinted 1991)
    David Mach Magazine Installation: Between the Lines, Hakone Open-Air Museum, Hakone-machi, 1993
    David Mach: Likeness Guaranteed, foreword by Emily Ash, essay by Paul Bonaventura and interview by Tim Marlow, Academy Group, London, 1995
    David Mach: Temple at Tyre, Edinburgh District Council, Edinburgh, 1995
    David Mach at the Zamek Ujazdowski, text by David Cassidy, Lampoon House Nasanori Omai, Tokyo, 1995
    David Mach, texts by Victor de Circasia, Paul Bonaventura, interview by Tim Marlowe, 2002
    David Mach: Points of View, text by Will Self, Jill George Gallery, London, 2002
    David Mach – Straight Up, text by Victor de Circasia, Galerie Jerome de Noirmont, Paris, 2003

    OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

    Truc et Troc, ARC, Paris, 1983
    Nécessités, Chateau de la Roche-Jagu, 1983
    Diagonale, foreword by Annie Gentils, Espace Montevideo, Antwerp, 1983
    Festival Sculpture, foreword by Richard Cork, Liverpool, 1984
    The British Edge, ICA, Boston, 1987
    Stichting Art Paper 87, Jan Van Eyck Akademie, Maastricht, 1987
    Century 87, foreword by Els Hoek, Amsterdam, 1987
    XIXe Biennale de Sao Paulo, foreword by Brett Rodgers, British Council, 1987
    A Hundred and One Dalmations, Tate Gallery, London 1988
    Secco y Mojado, Wet and Dry, Centro Cultural de la Villa and the British Council, Madrid, 1989
    Freeze, foreword by François Cheval, Musée Léon Dierx, Reunion Island, 1994
    Artoday, text by Edward Lucie-Smith, Phaidon Press Ltd, London, 1995
    Un Siècle de Sculpture Anglaise, Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume, Paris, 1996
    Mur de Berlin: 30 Artistes pour la Liberté, Art Liberté, Paris, 1996
    Tate Gallery – Catalogue of Acquisitions 1986-88, Tate Publishing, London,1996
    David Mach/Zadok Ben-David, Chelouche Gallery, Tel-Aviv, 1997
    Blurring the Boundaries Installation Art 1969-1996, Contemporary Art Museum, San Diego, 1997
    Transistors, Hashimoto Museum of Art, Morioko, Japan, 1998
    80 artistes autour du Mondial, Galerie Enricco Navarra, Paris, 1998
    Den Haag Sculptuur, text by Norbert Lynton, Den Haag Sculptuur, The Hague, 1999
    Animal, texts by Jean Albou and Pascal Bonafoux, Paris Musées, 1999
    A Companion Guide to the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, National Galleries of Scotland (Edinburgh) 1999
    Contemporary Sculpture in Scotland, Andrew Patrizio, Craftsman House 1999
    L’Homme qui Marche – de Rodin à Mimran, texts by Catherine Trautmann, Koichiro Matsuura, Illya Prigogine, Jean-Marie Tasset et Christian Germanaz, Sculptures au Palais Royal – Editions du Regard, Paris, 2000
    Den Haag Sculptuur 2000, text by Nicole Hermans, The Hague, 2000

    PUBLIC COMMISSIONS:

    Dec 1989 ‘Out of Order’, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey commissioned by the Royal Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames

    Aug 1993 ‘All Around the Houses’, commissioned by Union de Banques Suisses for their new headquarters building in Geneva

    Sept 1994 ‘Kiss and Tell’, second commission for Union de Banques Suisses, Geneva

    Nov-Dec 94 ‘Temple at Tyre’, Leith Docks, Edinburgh, commissioned by Edinburgh City Council to support their bid to be City of Architecture and Design

    October 96 ‘Urn’ commissioned for their collection by McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton, Ontario

    Dec 1996 Installed ‘Some of the People’, Partick Underground Station, Glasgow, commissioned to celebrate the Centenary of the Underground

    Jan 1997 Installed ‘It Takes Two’ on Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia, for Sydney International Arts Festival

    June 1997 Unveiled ‘Train’, Britain’s largest contemporary public sculpture, in Darlington, commissioned by Darlington Council, Morrison Supermarkets and Northern Arts

    October 98 Installed gargoyle sculpture commissioned by the town of Nicosia, Cyprus

    June 1999 Unveiled ‘Big Heids’, three sculptures sited by the M8 motorway in
    North Lanark, Scotland, commissioned by North Lanark Council

    Dec 99 Installed ‘A National Portrait’, a 225’ x 10’ collage of Britain,
    Commissioned by the NMEC for the Self Portrait Zone of the
    Millennium Dome at Greenwich

    May 2000 Unveiled ‘Good Guys, Bad Guys’, Vicar Lane, Chesterfield, sculpture commissioned by Chesterfield Council

    May 2000 Unveiled ‘Scramble’, Vicar Lane, Chesterfield, second sculpture commissioned by the Council

    BRITISH PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

    Aberdeen Art Gallery
    Dundee Art Gallery
    Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
    Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
    Scottish National Portrait Gallery
    Kirkcaldy Art Gallery
    Manchester City Art Gallery
    Wolverhampton Art Gallery
    Mercer Gallery, Harrogate
    Ferens Art Gallery, Kingston upon Hull
    Tate Gallery, Liverpool
    Tate Britain, London
    National Portrait Gallery, London
    The British Council
    Granada Television
    Unilever plc
    A T Kearney Ltd
    BBC Scotland, Glasgow
    Marks & Spencer plc

    INTERNATIONAL COLLECTIONS:

    Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego
    Musee Leon Dierx, Reunion Island
    Kawasaki City Museum, Tokyo
    FRAC du Rhones-Alpes, France
    FRAC de Franche-Comte
    Musee d’art contemporain, Dole, France
    Musee van Hedendaagse Kunst, Antwerp
    Union des Banques Suisse, Geneva
    De Werf, Aalst, Belgium
    Museum of Art, Auckland
    Microsoft Corporation Collection, Seattle
    Hasbro Inc. New York

    ALAN MAGEE

    BORN Newtown, Pennsylvania, May 26, 1947

    EDUCATION

    1965-66 Tyler School of Art
    1966-67 Bucks County Community College
    1967-69 Philadelphia College of Art

    SELECTED ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS

    2016 Songs for All Hours, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2012 Alan Magee and Rob Shetterly: The War on Peace, Waterfall Arts, Belfast, ME
    2011 George Krevsky Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    2010 In Sight: New Paintings and Sculpture, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Alan Magee: Tapestries, Gallery 51, Philadelphia, PA
    2007 Alan Magee: Paintings and Tapestries, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    Alan Magee: New Tapestries and Prints, Galerie Raab, Berlin, Germany
    Alan Magee: From the Underground River, Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport, ME
    2006 Alan Magee: Beyond Recognition, Sordoni Art Museum Wilkes-Barre, PA
    Alan Magee: Trauerarbeit, Goethe Institut New York, NY, sponsored by Spectrum Concerts, Berlin
    Alan Magee: Time Pieces, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2005 Luxembourg Embassy, Berlin, Germany, by invitation, Spectrum Concerts,
    Berlin
    Alan Magee: Retrospective Exhibition, Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA
    2004 Thingpoems: New Paintings and Tapestries, Elan Fine Arts, Rockland, ME
    Owls Head Transportation Museum
    Alan Magee: Retrospective Exhibition, Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME
    Alan Magee: Retrospective Exhibition, Museum at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
    2003 Parables, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Alan Magee: Retrospective Exhibition, James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, PA
    Archive Monotypes, NEC Gallery, New England College, Henniker, NH
    2002 Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    Alan Magee: Archive Monotypes, Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME
    2001 Undercurrents, Atrium Gallery, University of Southern Maine, Lewiston, ME
    Archive Monotypes, The Art Gallery, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH
    2000 Alan Magee, Monotypes, Berlin Philharmonie, Berlin, Germany, by
    invitation, Spectrum Concerts, Berlin
    Hollis Taggart Galleries, NY, NY
    1998 Edith Caldwell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    Alan Magee: Literacy and Fiction in Portraiture, OP Photogallery, Hong Kong
    1997 Edith Caldwell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    1996 Edith Caldwell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    1995 Edith Caldwell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    1994 Edith Lambert Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
    Carnegie Hall, University of Maine at Orono
    1993 Edith Caldwell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    1992 Edith Caldwell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    Alan Magee: A Ten Year Survey, Cheekwood Center for the Arts, Nashville, TN
    Kodak’s Center for Creative Imaging, Camden, ME
    A Ten Year Survey, Selby Gallery, Ringling School of Art & Design, Sarasota, FL
    1991 A Ten Year Survey, Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME
    A Ten Year Survey, James A. Michener Art Center, Doylestown, PA
    1990 Staempfli Gallery, NY, NY
    Kipp Gallery, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
    Inlets, Joan Whitney Payson Gallery, Westbrook College, Portland, ME
    Maine Photographic Workshop, Rockport, ME
    1989 Schmidt Bingham Gallery, NY, NY
    Allport Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    1988 Gallerie Gérard Gustau, Paris, France
    Clark Gallery, Lincoln, MA
    1986 Schmidt Bingham Gallery, NY, NY
    Meckler Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    Allport Caldwell Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    Henry Gardiner Gallery, Palm Beach, FL
    1985 Fresno Art Center, Fresno, CA
    University of Maine, Orono, ME
    1984 Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME
    Newport Art Museum, Newport, RI
    Allport Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    1983 San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA
    Norton Gallery and School of Art, W. Palm Beach, FL
    FIAC Grand Palais, Paris, France
    1982 Staempfli Gallery, NY, NY
    1981 Allport Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    1980 Staempfli Gallery, NY, NY

    SELECTED GROUP SHOWS (since 1995)

    2017-18 Fool the Eye, Nassau County Museum, Roslyn Harbor, NY
    2017 American Realism: A Survey, Gerald Peters Gallery, New York, NY
    Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2016 20/21 – VISIONARY ARTISTS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Dowling Walsh Gallery, Rockland, ME
    2015 Celebrate! A Local Remix, Greenhut Galleries of Maine, Portland, ME
    Nature Unbound, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2014 Re-presenting Representation VIII, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
    2013 Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2012 Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery: 1962-2012, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2011 Peace on Earth: Art Against War, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    43rd Collectors Show & Sale, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    Vantage Point, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Group Summer Show, Dowling Walsh Gallery, Rockland, ME
    2010 2010 Collector’s Show & Sale, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    Reality Check: Contemporary American Trompe l’Oeil, Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, PA
    2009 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2008 Direct Encounters: The Essence of Portraiture, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    2007 The Contemporary Landscape Show, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Recent American Watercolors, Peninsula Fine Arts, Newport News, VA
    Tapestries, Edith Caldwell Gallery, Sausalito, CA
    Élan Fine Arts, Rockport, ME
    2006 2006 Biennial: Contemporary American Realism, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN
    Not-So-Still Life: An Invitational Still Life Exhibition, Greenhut Galleries, Portland, ME
    Maine Printmakers: 1980-2005, Elan Fine Arts, Rockport, ME
    Maine Printmakers: 1980-2005, Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport, ME
    Tapestries, Edith Caldwell Gallery, Sausalito, CA
    Magnolia Editions Tapestry Project, Sullivan Goss, Santa Barbara, CA
    Magnolia Editions Tapestry Project, Klaudia Marr Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
    Magnolia Editions Tapestry Project, Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA
    2005 Important New Works by Forum Gallery Artists, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    American Academy Invitational Exhibition of Painting & Sculpture, American Academy of Arts & Letters, New York, NY
    Masters of Illusion, Kresege Art Museum, Michigan State University
    Tapestries, Edith Caldwell Gallery, Sausalito, CA
    2004 Seeing is Believing: American Trompe l’oeil, New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT
    Masters and Mavericks, Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
    Tapestries, Edith Caldwell Gallery, Sausalito, CA
    2003 Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2001-02 Magic Vision, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    2001 Real(ist) Men, Ringling School of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL
    Realist Paintings, College of the Atlantic, Selby Gallery, Bar Harbor, ME
    Print Portfolios, Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport, ME
    Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    The Liff Collection, Naples Art Museum, Naples FL
    2000 New Realism for a New Millennium, Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester
    Deja Vu: Revisioning the Past Millennium, Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY
    1999 Contemporary American Realist Drawings, Art Institute of Chicago, IL
    1998 FADA, Los Angeles, CA
    Literacy and Fiction in Portraiture (2-person show), OP Photogallery, Hong Kong
    Hollis Taggart Gallery, NY, NY
    Hackett Freedman Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    1997 A Legacy for Maine, Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine
    The Monotype in America, National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC
    1996 Exactitude, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1995 Rolywholyover, A Circus, John Cage, Curator, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA
    Digital Masters, Creiger Dane Gallery, Boston, MA.
    Contemporary Collage & Assemblage, Frick Gallery, Belfast, ME

    BIBLIOGRAPHY

    2014 Behind the Easel: The Unique Voices of 20 Contemporary Representational Painters by Robert C. Jackson, published by Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.; 1 edition.
    2007 Alan Magee: From the Underground River, CMCA, Rockport, ME
    2006 Beyond Recognition: The Art of Alan Magee, Sordoni Art Gallery, Wilkes University
    2006 Alan Magee: Timepieces, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2004 Resistance by Barry Lopez, Monotypes by Alan Magee, Knopf, 2004
    2003 Alan Magee: Paintings, Sculpture, Graphics, text: Barry Lopez,
    Jonathan Weiner, Richard West, and Alan Magee, published by Forum Gallery and Seven Bridges Foundation
    2001 Graphis 332, Alan Magee Profile
    2000 Mystery of Form, published by Hollis Taggart Gallery.
    Archive, essay by Maureen Mullarkey, published by Darkwood Press and Spectrum Concerts Berlin.
    1991 ALAN MAGEE 1981-1991, essay by Carl Little, interview with Alan Magee conducted by Beth Critchlow, published by The Farnsworth Art Museum.
    1987 STONES AND OTHER WORKS, by Alan Magee, foreword by Theodore F. Wolff and essay by Alan Magee, published by Harry N. Abrams

    AWARDS

    2001 Communication Arts, Award of Excellence
    1992 The Maine Arts Commission Fellowship for Film
    1990 National Academy of Design, The Leo Meissner Prize
    1983 Communication Arts, Award of Excellence
    1982 The American Book Award
    1981 American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, Richard & Hinda Rosenthal Foundation Award
    1978 CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE, client: Playboy
    Society of Publication Designers, client: Psychology Today
    Society of Publication Designers, client: Playboy
    1977 Communication Arts, AWARD OF EXCELLENCE, client: Playboy
    Playboy Magazine, ANNUAL EDITORIAL AWARD, Best Nonfiction
    Illustration
    The New York Art Director’s Club Award
    1974 Art Directors Club of Los Angeles Award

    GUEST LECTURES

    American Academy in Berlin, with Frank Dodge, John Harbison and Robert Helps
    Philadelphia College of Art
    American Society of Printers, Boston, MA
    Boston College of Art
    Rhode Island School of Design
    Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME
    Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport, ME
    Colby College, Waterville, ME
    Connecticut College
    Indiana University of Pennsylvania
    Utah State University
    Emporia State University, Kansas
    Ringling School of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL
    Cheekwood Center for the Arts, Nashville, TN
    Chewonki Foundation
    Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME
    The Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME
    The University of Maine at Orono, Augusta and Portland
    Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA, with Barry Lopez
    James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, PA
    Philadelphia College of Art
    San Francisco Art Institute
    University of California Santa Cruz
    University of New Hampshire
    Waterfall Arts, Belfast, ME with Rob Shetterly
    Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, PA

    TELEVISION

    2014 Gun Shop, a short film by Alan Magee
    2013 Party Line, a short film by Alan Magee
    2011 Spectrum Concerts Berlin, Spectrum Comes to Carnegie Hall
    2003 Maine PBS, “Alan Magee, Maine Master”
    1993 MPBN, Lewiston, ME, “Made in Maine, Center for Creative Imaging” Interview
    1992 WCBB, Lewiston, ME, “Three Maine Artists”
    1991 Cable TV Bucks County, PA, “ALAN MAGEE 1981-1991″
    1988 WCBB, PBS Lewiston-Auburn, ME, “ALAN MAGEE, Visions of Darkness and Light”
    1983 KGO San Francisco, CA Channel 7, Interview

    RADIO

    2012 WERU Radio, Blue Hill, ME
    2007 WERU Radio, Blue Hill, ME
    2000 Utah Public Radio
    1993 KPFA, (Pacifica Radio) Berkeley, CA, Interview
    1991 WHYY, Philadelphia, ARTSCAPE Interview
    1989 Voice of America Interview
    1987 Monitor Radio Interview, National Public Radio
    1986 Voice of America Interview
    1985 Maine Public Radio Interview

    SELECTED COMMISSIONS

    Portrait of US Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, US Senate, US Capitol Building
    Mural, MAINE STATE OFFICE BUILDING, Lobby, 2001
    Mural, UNIVERSITY OF MAINE, Bryand Global Sciences Center, Lobby, 1997
    Tapestry for Great Gathering Room, Riverview Psychiatric Center, Augusta, ME
    ATLANTIC magazine, article, 5/87
    ATLANTIC magazine, article, 5/90
    NEW YORK MAGAZINE, covers, 12/24/73; 5/27/74
    NEW YORK TIMES Sunday Magazine, cover, 9/16/73
    TIME Magazine covers, 2/20/78, 4/23/79, 3/9/81, 2/15/82, 4/15/85
    Multiple book jacket designs for Simon & Schuster, Bantam, Pocket Books, Avon Books, 1969 – present

    SELECTED MUSEUM COLLECTIONS

    Achenbach Foundation, The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, CA
    Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, AZ
    Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    Art Institute of Chicago, Davidson Collection of American Realist Drawings
    Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH
    De Cordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA
    Farnsworth Museum of Art, Rockland, ME
    Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation, Pittsburgh, PA
    Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV
    Jane Vorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
    Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NB
    Maine State House, Augusta, ME
    Newark Museum of Art, Newark, NJ
    Norton Gallery & School of Art, W. Palm Beach, FL
    Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME
    United States Senate
    Vulcan Inc., Bellevue, WA

     

    G. DANIEL MASSAD

     

    BORN:

    1946 Oklahoma City

    EDUCATION:

    1969 BA, English, Princeton University

    1977 MA, English, University of Chicago

    1982 MFA, Painting, University of Kansas

    SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

    2008 “G. Daniel Massad: Loading the Work,” Palmer Museum of Art,

    Works on Paper Gallery, Penn State University, University Park Campus, PA

    2006 “Recent Work,” Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK

    “Recent Work,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    2003 Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV

    “Things Found Along the Way, Study Drawings 1989-1998,”

    Lancaster Museum of Art, Lancaster, PA

    2001 “G. Daniel Massad: Silent History,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    1998 Lebanon Valley College, Annville, PA

    Tatistcheff Gallery, New York, NY

    1997 Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, PA

    1994-95 Tatistcheff & Co., Inc., New York, NY

    The University of Toledo Art Department, Toledo, OH

    1991-92 “To Begin Inwardly: Recent Work;” Pennsylvania Academy of

    the Fine Arts; Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA

    1988 Tatistcheff & Co., Inc., New York, NY

    1986 Tatistcheff & Co., Inc., New York, NY

    1984 Rosenfeld Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

    1983 Lebanon Valley College, Annville, PA

    Mulvane Art Center, Washburn University, Topeka, KS

    SELECTED GROUP SHOWS:

    2011 Vantage Point 2011, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    2010 “Reality Check: Contemporary American Trompe L’Oeil”, The

    Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, PA

    2010 “Graphic Masters III,” The Smithsonian American Art Museum,

    Washington, DC ( January 16 – August 8 )

    2009 “Summer Selections,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    2008 “New Acquisitions,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    2007 “The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary Works on

    Paper,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    2005 “Graphic Masters,” Smithsonian American Art Museum,

    Washington, DC; traveled to:

    Hershecker Museum of Art, Huntington, NY

    Palmer Museum of Art at Pennsylvania State University, PA

    Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, TN

    Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Poughkeepsie, NY

    Plains Art Museum, Fargo, ND

    2004-5 “Collectors Show & Sale,” Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR

    2004 “Poem,” The Demuth Foundation, Lancaster, PA

    2003 “Precision,” Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

    “Transforming the Commonplace, Masters of Contemporary Realism”, Susquehanna Museum of Art, Harrisburg, PA

    “Contemporary Works on Paper”, Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    2002 “Fish, Flowers, and Flying Things,” Spencer Museum of Art,

    University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS

    “Representations: The Art of Drawing,” Schick Art Gallery,

    Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY

    2001 “About Face,” Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR

    2000 “New Acquisitions,” Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA

    1999-2000 “Re-presenting Representation IV,” Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY

    1999 “Contemporary American Realist Drawings,” The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

    “Contemporary Still Life,” The Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach, VA

    1998 “American Modern Still-Life,” Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame, IN

    1997 “Dramatic Realism: The New Baroque,” Southern Alleghenies

    Museum of Art, Loretto, PA

    1996 “Lines of Thought: American Works on Paper,” Florence Griswold Museum, Old Lyme, CT

    “Reinventing Realism,” Everhart Museum, Scranton, PA

    1993 “Toshiko Takaezu: A Teacher’s Influence,” Elsa Mott Ives Gallery, New York, NY

    1993 “State of the Art: Virtuoso Works on Paper,” Tatistcheff/Rogers

    Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

    1992 “Isolation,” Tatistcheff & Co., Inc., New York, NY

    1990 “Virtuoso,” Tatistcheff & Co., Inc., New York, NY

    1989 “Meticulous Realist Drawing,” Squibb Gallery, Princeton, NJ

    “20th Century Drawing and Sculpture: The Anwar Kamal Collection of Art,” Cummer Museum of Art, Jacksonville, FL

    “Hard Choices/Just Rewards,” Levy Gallery of Art, Philadelphia, Johnstown Art Museum, Blair Art Museum

    1988 “New Acquisitions,” National Museum of American Art

    1987 “Realism Today: American Drawings from the Rita Rich

    Collection,” National Academy of Design, NY

    “Mainstream America: The Collection of Phil Desind,” Butler

    Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH

    1986 “Nature Morte,” Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, Loretto, PA

    1985 “American Realism: Twentieth-Century Drawings and

    Watercolors,” San Francisco Museum of Modern Art,

    San Francisco, CA

    “The New American Scene,” Squibb Gallery, Princeton, NJ

    1983 “Mid-Four Juried Art Exhibition,” Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art,

    Kansas City, MO

    1982 “Eight from the “4” Series,” Kellas Gallery, Lawrence, KS

    BIBLIOGRAPHY:

    O’Hern, John, “Collecting Still Life Paintings” American Art Collector, April 2006, vol. 6, pgs. 41-2.

    American Realism: Twentieth-Century Drawings and Watercolors from the

    Glenn C. Janss Collection (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; New York: Harry N. Abrahms, Inc., 1986).

    Bolt, Thomas, “Daniel Massad,” Arts Magazine 60 (April 1986).

    Chandler, Laura Litter, “A Magnificent Obsession,” The Valley/Lebanon

    Valley College Magazine, (Winter 1993).

    Cohen, Ronny, “G. Daniel Massad,” Artforum 33 (Summer, 1995).

    Donahoe, Victoria, “Drawings at Squibb Gallery Show Recent Developments in Realism,” Philadelphia Inquirer (2 June 1989).

    Fine, Ruth, “Reflections and Shadows: Realism and Its Discontents,” The

    Art Institute of Chicago, New York: Hudson Hills Press, 1999

    Hanzal, Carla, “Still Life: Infinitely Moving,” Virginia Beach, VA:

    Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, 2000

    Loughery, John, “Faded Glory,” The Hudson Review 48 (Spring 1995)

    Mazow, Leo G., “Clear Eyes, Calm Hearts: G. Daniel Massad and the Poetics

    of Still Life,” New York: Tatistcheff & Co., Inc. and The Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery, Lebanon Valley College, 1998

    McNall, Sally Allen, G Daniel Massad: Pastels: 1991-1994 (New York:

    Tatistcheff & Co., Inc., 1994).

    Raynor, Vivien, “Precision for Precision’s Sake in a Show by Virtuoso

    Realists,” The New York Times (21 May, 1989).

    Realism Today: American Drawings from the Rita Rich Collection (New

    York: National Academy of Design, 1987).

    Sozanski, Edward J., “21 Works of Professor/Artist,” Philadelphia Inquirer

    (13 December, 1991).

    FELLOWSHIPS & GRANTS:

    2010 Pollock-Krasner Foundation

    2004 Pennsylvania Council on the Arts: Fellowship in Visual Arts

    2001 Pollock-Krasner Foundation

    1989 Pennsylvania Council on the Arts: Fellowship in Visual Arts

    1981-82 National Endowment for the Arts: one of six artists and writers in Project 45.007

    1969-1971 Ford Foundation Grant for the study of English literature, University of Chicago

    SELECTED COLLECTIONS:

    The Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford, PA

    Chazen Museum of Art, Madison, WI

    Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV

    Palmer Museum of Art, State College, PA

    Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, PA

    The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR

    The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

    Lancaster Museum of Art, Lancaster, PA

    Lebanon Valley College, Annville, PA

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

    Miami-Dade Community College, Miami, FL

    Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI

    National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC

    Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA

    Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK

    Princeton University Graphic Arts Collection, Princeton, NJ

    The Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame

    Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, MO

    Woodmere Art Museum, Philadelphia, PA

     

     

    CHARLES MATTON

    Dates: Born and Died Paris, France, 1933 – 2008

    Exhibitions:

    1960 “Cercele Volney,” Paris
    1961 Raymond Mason and Janine Hao Gallery, Paris

    From 1961 to 1983, there were no public exhibitions of Matton’s work. During this time he painted and sculpted for himself and a few collectors. He also had an exclusive contract with Esquire Magazine. Matton then worked with the publications Christian Bourgois and francais du livre.

    1983 “Utopian Seductions,” Robert Delpire Gallery, Paris
    1987 “Antipodes,” Palais de Tokyo, Paris
    1989 “Espace Photographique de la Ville de Paris & Invention of an Art,”
    Centre Pompidou, Paris
    1990 “Art in Motion,” National Museum of Modern Art of Kyoto and Tokyo,
    Japan
    1991 Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris, Paris
    1992 “Retrospective an Quotations,” Centre d’Arte contemporain de Fréjus
    1994 Beaubourg Gallery, Paris
    1998 “Literature and Bel canto,” Beaubourg Gallery, Paris
    1999 “Matton/Rembrandt or trails of a film,” Maison Européenne de la
    Photographie, Paris
    “Two or three things I know about Rembrandt and a few others,” (Two of three things I know about her” is the title of a J.L. Godard film), Beaubourg Gallery, Paris
    2000 Beaubourg Gallery
    2002 “Charles Matton: Within These Walls,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Art Chicago, Chicago, IL
    Art of the Twentieth Century, New York, NY
    2003 “Charles Matton: Illusions,” Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    Art Chicago, Chicago, IL
    Art of the Twentieth Century, New York, NY
    2003 Art and Design Fair, New York, NY
    San Francisco International Art Exhibition, San Francisco, CA
    2004 “Charles Matton: New Works,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Art Chicago, Chicago, IL
    International Art and Design Fair, New York, NY
    San Francisco International Art Exhibition, San Francisco, CA
    2005 “Important New Works by Forum Gallery Artists,” Forum Gallery,
    New York, NY
    Art Miami Fair, Miami, FL
    “Re-presenting Representation VII,” Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
    “Small Scales IV: Miniature Rooms and Houses,” Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT
    2006 “Through the Rabbit Hole: Sleights of Scale and Flights of Fancy,” 21C Museum, Louisville, KY
    2007 “Charles Matton: Etats de Lieux; Avec le Soutien de Neuflize Vie,” Maison Europeenne de La Photographie Villa de Paris, Paris, France.
    2007 “Art and Psyche: The Freudian Legacy,” CDS Gallery, New York, NY.
    2008 “Charles Matton: Selected Works,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY

    Theater Sets:

    1990 Arthur Schnizler’s “Mademoiselle Else,” Theatre de la Colline, Paris
    1995 Yasmina Reza’s ” L’homme de hazard,” Theatre Heberiot, Paris

    Cinema (Script and Direction):

    1967 “La Pomme ou I’Histoire d’une histoire,” (17 minutes)
    Grand prix at the Hyères festival, 1967
    Grand prix at the Paris Biennale, 1967
    1968 “May 68 ou les violences policères,” (11 minutes)
    Jean-Luc Godard’s selection for a France informational tour
    1972 “L’Italien des Roses” (95 minutes)
    Primio di Selezione, Venice festival, 1972
    Semaine de la Critique, 1972
    Grand prix Perspectives, 1973. Cannes festival
    1976 “L’amour est un fleuve en Russie,” (110 minutes)
    1989 “Customs,” (26 minutes) Produced by the National Institute of Audio-
    visuel
    1993 “The light from the dying stars,” (107 minutes)
    1995 “Rembrandt” (114 minutes)
    1997 Grand prix for Best script

    Selected Texts about Charles Matton: (catalogues and articles)

    Baudrillard, Jean. (Forward) “Utopic seductions,” engravings, 1983
    Sagan, Francoise and Monterosso, Jean-Luc. “Espace photographique de la ville de
    Paris,” 1989
    Baudillard, Jean. (Forward) Monograph Charles Matton, 1991
    Baudrillard, Jean & Fleck. Robert . (Foreword) “Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts,” Paris, 1991
    Monterosso, Jean-Luc. Foreward, Matton/Rembrandt or “trails of a film,” La Maison European de la Photographie edition, 1999
    August 87 Le Monde: “Le petit pan de briques,” Frederic Edelman
    May 87 Photo Magazine, “Art and reality,” Roger Therond.
    June 87 International Herald Tribune: “The mysterious aura of C.M.,” Joseph Fitchett
    May 87 Globe magazine: “Matton, a great painter on a little planet,” Francoise Sagan
    Paris Match: “C.M. the tiny land of great wonders,” Dominique Eudes
    Vogue Decoration: “C.M. or the game of metamorphosis” Patrice Bollon
    Art Press: “Mystification, the only tangible reality,” Anne Walter
    Le Nouvel Observateur: “The hundreds lives of Charles Matton”
    June 87 Figaro Magazine: “The man who spoke to objects (things?),” Veronique Prat
    Sept. 87 Liberation: ” Construction of an illusion,” Hervé Gauville
    Le Nouvel Observateur: “From one art to the other, his profession: frontier runner,” Gilles Anuetil.
    March 89 Le Monde: “An illusion maker,” Patrick Roegiers.
    Art Press: “Presence and silence of the forms,” Régis Durand.
    Oct. 89 Rolling Stone Magazine: “C.M. artiste peintre,” Lionel Rotcage.
    Art Press: “Some arrangement in the simulacrums madness.”
    Sept. 91 Museart: ” Le magicien ose,” Francoise Monnin
    Oct. 91 Figaro: C.M. I’obsession de I’objet. Jean-Louis Pinte
    “Cool Memories II,” Jean Baudrillard, p102
    Aug. 92 Figaro: C.M. “Gulliver chez Lilliput,” Jean-Marie Tassat
    Jan. 94 Nouvel Observateur: “When a painter offers us a great film,” Alain Riou
    Paris Match: “When C.M. the film maker competes with the painter
    Globe hebdo: “Matton et ses doubles,” Aurelien Frerenczi
    Figaro: “Charles Matton et le mystère des choses proches,” M.N. Tranchant
    June 02 Ken Johnson, New York Times, Friday, June 21, 2002
    July 02 Grace Glueck, “Art in Review,” New York Times, Friday, July 5, 2002
    Oct. 02 Valerie Gladstone, New York Reviews, ArtNews
    Nov. 02 David Frankel, Artforum
    Dec. 02 Edward M. Gomez, Art & Antiques
    Dec. 02 Matthew Guy Nichols, Art in America
    Dec. 02 Sarah Dangles, The Art Newspaper.com
    Nov. 03 Peter Franck, L.A. Weekly
    Winter 03 “Galleries,” American Arts Quarterly
    Winter 05 Omar Sommereyns, “Art Miami: Among the Bonbons and White Walls, Some Standouts” Art Fairs International
    July 05 “Art Miami 2005: Celebrating 15 Years of Fine Art Opens,” Art Daily Online
    June/July 05 “Charles Matton at Forum,” Art in America
    Feb. 06 “Charles Matton’s Libraries and Studios,” Miniature Collector Magazine
    Summer 08 “Thinking Inside the Box,” ARTnews

    International Public Collections:

    Centre d’Art Contemporain de Frejus, Paris
    National Museum of Art of Kyoto and Tokyo, Japan

    U.S. Public Collections:

    21 C Foundation, Louisville, KY
    Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY
    Seven Bridges Foundation, Greenwich, CT
    Sugar Hill Art Center, New York, NY

    U.S. Private Collections (partial list):

    Ms. Nancy Campagna, Bronxville, NY
    Mr. & Mrs. Keith Colburn, Winnetka, IL
    Mr. & Mrs. Patrick de Saint-Aignan, Harrison, NY
    Electrix, Inc., New Haven, CT
    Ms. Josabeth Fribourg, New York, NY
    Ms. Ann Harithas, New York, NY
    Mr. & Mrs. Stan Holtz, Chicago, IL
    Mr. Mike Karr, Lincoln Park, NJ
    Mr. Alan Lanigan, Woodward Hotel, New York, NY
    Mrs. Ruth Lapidus, Harrison, NY
    Ms. Linda Melton, Monroe, LA
    Mr. Charles B. Moss, New York, NY
    Ms. Barbara Ottinger & Ms. Mary Wallace, Pasadena, CA
    Mr. & Mrs. Charles Perrin, North Salem, NY
    Mr. Donald Rechler, Locust Valley, NY
    Mr. Edward Shufro, New York, NY
    Mr. Gilbert Silverman, Bloomfield Hills, MI
    Mr. Cody Smith, New York, NY
    Ms. Diane P. Stewart, Salt Lake City, UT
    Mr. Richard C. Stoker, Potomac, MD
    Mrs. Mary Swanson, Irvine, CA
    Mr. Morton Swinsky, New York, NY

    CRAIG MCPHERSON

    BORN: Wichita, Kansas, 1948

    EDUCATION:

    1970 B.F.A. University of Kansas

    SELECTED ONE-MAN EXHIBITIONS

    2008 Steel: Pittsburgh Drawings by Craig McPherson, The Frick Museum,
    Pittsburgh, PA
    2005 Steel/Stage, Forum Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue)
    2000 New Work: Pastels, Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY
    1998 Darkness into Light: Craig McPherson and the Art of Mezzotint, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, England; The Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow Scotland
    1998 Mezzotints, Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY
    1995 Smoke and Shadows: Recent Paintings, Mary Ryan Gallery,
    New York, NY
    1993 Paintings and Works on Paper, Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY
    1984 A.M. Sachs Gallery, New York, NY
    1978 Gallery G, Wichita, KS

    SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

    2017 Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    American Dream: From Pop to Present, British Museum, London, UK
    2016 American Views, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    20/21 – VISIONARY ARTISTS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2015-16 Nightfall: Prints of the Dark Hours, old master to contemporary prints, Virginia Museum
    of Fine Art, Richmond, VA
    Au Coeur du Progres (At the Heart of Progress), Centre Historique Minier, Nord-Pas de
    Calais, Lewarde, France (French catalogue)
    2015 Burnishing the Night: Baroque to Contemporary Mezzoprints from the
    Collection, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
    2012 Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012, New York
    US House of Representatives, Committee on Energy & Commerce, Rayburn House Office Building
    At the Heart of Progress: Coal, Steel, and Steam since 1750, Industrial Imagery from the John P. Eckblad Collection, venues include: The Bowes Museum, Yorkshire, UK; Le Bois du Cazier, Charleroi, Belgium; Les Dominicaines, Pont-l’Eveque, France (catalogue)
    2011 A Passion for Prints: The John Bonebreake Donation exhibition, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
    Talking Walls: Murals Now, Cityspace, Charlottesville, VA
    75 Years of American Art, Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS
    2010 Sacred and Profane, Portsmouth Museum of Fine Arts, Portsmouth, NH
    Selections from the Permanent Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Robert Wood Johnson Gallery
    At the Heart of Progress: Coal, Steal and Steam since 1750, Palmer Museum of Art, Penn State University, State College, PA
    Sacred and Profane, Portsmouth Museum of Fine Arts, Portsmouth, NH
    Big Paper Winter, Woodward Gallery, New York, NY
    2009 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2008 2008 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    2007 The Contemporary Landscapes Show, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    An Eye for Detail: Works by Selected Artists, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    2006 Born of Fire: The Valley of Work, Westermoreland Museum of American Art, Greensburg, Pennsylvania
    Fire, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, Connecticut
    Imaging Industry: Pennsylvania Coal and Steel, Suzanne H. Arnold Gallery, Lebanon Valley College, Annville, PA
    2005 The New York Yankees and The American Dream, The Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, Florida
    Altered States, The Fitzwilliam Museum of Art, Cambridge University, Cambridge, England
    2004-5 The Color of Night, The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Museum of Art, Rutgers University
    From Goya to Johns: Fifty Master Prints from the McNay Art Museum, The Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas
    Impressions of New York: Prints from the New York Historical Society, New York Historical Society, New York, NY
    2004 Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2003 Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2000 New York, New York: Lester Johnson and Craig McPherson, Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS
    Prints and Drawings 1940 – 2000, Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Harvard
    University, Cambridge, MA
    Recent Drawings: Lita Albuquerque, Ward Davenny and Craig
    McPherson, Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY
    Gale Gates et al, art exhibition, Brooklyn, NY
    Party! A Festive Look at Celebration in the 20th Century, Mary Ryan
    Gallery, New York, NY
    1999 Green Woods & Crystal Waters: The American Landscape Tradition Since 1960, The Davenport Museum, Davenport, IA; Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL; organized by The Philbrook Museum, Tulsa, OK, 1999 – 2000. (catalogue)
    1997 Forces of Nature, St. Paul Companies, St. Paul, MN
    1996 San Francisco Museum of Fine Art, Palace of Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA.
    ArtWalk 12, Microsoft, Redmond, WA
    Mezzotint: The Art of Darkness, New Orleans Museum of Art, New
    Orleans, LA
    Traveling Pictures: Prints, Watercolors and Multiples 1927-1996, Beth
    Urdang, Gallery, Boston, MA
    New in the 90s, Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY, curated by
    Robert Monk
    The Art of the Game, HBO Corporate Gallery, New York, NY,
    1996-1995
    Kobe Art Exhibition, Matsuzakaya Department Store, Osaka, Japan;
    traveled to Kokura, Fukuoka, Tokuyama, Yamaguchi, and Himeji,
    Hyogo Prefectures,1996- 1995
    1995 Recent Acquisitions, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY.
    New York Now: Contemporary Cityscapes from the Museum of the
    City of New York, Museum of the City of New York, NY
    What is a Print? The Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ
    Elementum, Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY
    The City: New York Visions 1900 –1995, ACA Galleries, New York, NY
    Fresh Prints, Scarabb Gallery, Cleveland, OH
    Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, NC
    City Lights, Katarina Rich Perlow Gallery, New York, NY
    New York, New York: Prints of the City 1880s –1990, Kunstalle
    Bremen, Bremen, Germany
    New York, New York, The Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland.
    1994 New York, New York, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, England.
    (catalogue)
    New Traditions: Contemporary Mezzotint, Heuser Art Center, Bradley
    University, Peoria, IL
    American Realism + Figurative Painting, Cline Fine Art Gallery,
    Santa Fe, NM, curated by John Arthur. (catalogue)
    Night of One Hundred and One Cups, Garth Clark Gallery and Mary
    Ryan Gallery, New York, NY
    1993 Waterworks, Palm Beach Community College Museum of Art, Palm
    Beach, FL
    1992 Craig McPherson, Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY. (catalogue)
    The Grand Canal/Il Canale Grande, The Gallery of the New School of
    Interior Design, New York, NY, curated by David Garrad Lowe
    The Turkish-American Art Exhibition, Kazim Taskent Sanat Galerisi,
    Istanbul, Turkey; Turkish American Association, Ankara, Turkey
    Land, Trenkman Gallery, New York, NY
    Blossoms in Black and White from the collection of Dave and Reba
    Williams, The Equitable Center Gallery, New York, NY
    Eleven, Group Exhibition, Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY
    Art Multiples, Dusseldorf, Stadthalle Dusseldorf, Germany
    The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. 1992–1991
    Diamonds are Forever: Artists and Writers on Baseball, New York Public Library, New York, NY; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA; La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA; Southeastern Center of Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC; The Skydome, Toronto, Canada; Yurakucho Art Forum, Seibu Department Store, Tokyo, Japan; Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan; Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO; Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, AZ; Albright-Knox Art Museum, Buffalo, NY, 1992-1990. (catalogue)
    1990 The Mezzotint, Sylvan Cole Gallery, New York, NY
    The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, California Palace of the
    Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA
    Black and White Since 1960, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art,
    Ridgefield, CT; City Gallery of Contemporary Art, Raleigh, NC,
    1990–1989. (catalogue)
    Under Pressure: A Survey of the History of Printmaking from the 15th
    Century to the Present, Center for the Arts, Vero Beach, FL; Arkansas
    Arts Center, Little Rock, AR, 1990–1989
    1989 Tradition and Innovation: 1500 to the Present, The Fine Arts
    Museums of San Francisco, Achenbach Foundation Collection,
    San Francisco, CA
    41st Annual Academy Purchase Exhibition, American Academy of Arts
    and Letters, New York, NY
    1988 Recent Acquisitions, Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University,
    Middleton, CT
    Annual Collectors Exhibition, McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX.
    Landscape, Frank Bernarducci Gallery, New York, NY
    Associated American Artists, New York, NY
    1987 162nd Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY.
    Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY
    Under the Cover of Darkness: Night Prints, The Arts Council of Great Britain. Exhibition traveled to City Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol; DLI Museum and Arts Centre, Durham; and Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, 1987-1986. (catalogue)
    1986 The Romantic Landscape, Monique Knowlton Gallery, New York, NY
    1985 Recent Acquisitions, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
    Recent Acquisitions, National Gallery of American Art,
    Washington, D.C.
    Back Streets, Back Yards, Associated American Artists, New York, NY
    A.M. Sachs Gallery, New York, NY
    New York Prints: 1900 – the Present, Mary Ryan Gallery,
    New York, NY
    North Carolina Print and Drawing Society Annual Exhibition,
    Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC
    1984 Drawing, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    International Mezzotint Exhibition, Print Club of Philadelphia,
    Philadelphia, PA
    1983 Works on Paper, Witherspoon Museum, Greensboro, NC
    New York Night, Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY
    Hassam and Speicher Fund Purchase Exhibition, American Academy
    of Arts and Letters, New York, NY
    1982 American Realism, Coe Kerr Gallery, New York, NY
    1981 Bayard Gallery, New York, NY
    Miriam Perlman Gallery, Chicago, IL
    Dreyfus Gallery, Ann Arbor, MI

    MUSEUM COLLECTIONS:

    The British Museum, London, England
    The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
    The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
    The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
    Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
    The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, England
    The Hunterian Gallery of Art, Glasgow, Scotland
    Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
    Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA
    The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
    Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, MI
    The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Achenbach Foundation, San Francisco, CA
    Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
    The Minneapolis Institute of the Arts, Minneapolis, MN
    Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
    Boston Public Library, Boston, MA
    The Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
    The National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC
    The New York Historical Society, New York, NY
    The Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX
    The Museum of the City of New York, New York, NY
    Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
    The Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, NY
    Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
    Heuser Art Center, Bradley University, Peoria, IL
    Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN
    Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery, University of Texas, Austin, TX
    Museum of Art, University of Arizona, Tucson, AR
    Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, Middleton, CT
    Olin Arts Center, Bates College, Lewiston, ME
    Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
    Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH
    The Westmoreland Museum of American Art, Greensburg, PA
    The Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS
    The Zimmerli Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

    SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

    Alliance Capital Management, New York, NY
    American Express Company, New York, NY
    American General Corporation, Houston, TX
    Bank of America, San Francisco, CA
    The Century Association, New York, NY
    Chase Manhattan Corporation, New York, NY
    Citicorp, New York, NY
    Commerce Bancshares, Lincoln, NB
    Dreyfus Corporation, New York, NY
    Emprise Bank, Wichita, KS
    Exxon Corporation, New York, NY
    General Electric, Greenwich, CT
    Kronish, Lieb, Weiner & Hellman, New York, NY
    Marsh-McLennan Insurance Corporation, New York, NY
    MBIA, Armonk, NY
    Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA
    Reba and Dave Williams, Print Research Foundation, Stamford, CT
    Salomon Brothers, New York, NY
    Seven Bridges Foundation, Greenwich, CT
    Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP, New York, NY
    Smith Kline and French Laboratories, Inc., Upper Merion, PA
    Unites States Insurance Company, NJ
    Wrigley’s Inc., Chicago, IL

    PRIZES AND AWARDS:

    2008 Exhibition Grant, Pittsburgh Foundation, Pittsburgh, PA
    2006-08 Exhibition Grant, Frick Art Museum, Pittsburgh, PA
    2006-08 Artist-in-Residence, Airlie Foundation, Warrenton, VA
    1991 Arthur Ross Award for Mural Painting, Classical America,
    New York, NY.
    1989 Purchase Prize, 41st Annual Academy Purchase Exhibition, American
    Academy and institute of Arts and Letters, New York, NY.
    1987 Prize, 162nd Annual Exhibition of the National Academy of Design,
    New York, NY.
    1984 MacDowell Colony Fellowship, Peterborough, NH.
    First Prize, International Mezzotint Competition, Print Club of
    Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.
    Grant, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington, DC.
    1983 Purchase Prize, Hassam and Speicher Fund Purchase Exhibition,
    American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, NY.

    MAJOR COMMISSIONS:

    2008-09 NY Water Tunnel, mezzotint edition commissioned by the New York Print Club
    2006-08 Steel, museum exhibition celebrating the 250th anniversary of the city of Pittsburgh, Frick Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA
    1992 – 97 Clairton, a mezzotint edition commissioned by The Cleveland Museum
    of Art Print Club in honor of the museum’s 75th birthday.
    1992 Water Tunnel, a site specific painting commissioned by MBIA for the
    entrance of their corporate headquarters in Armonk, NY.
    1987 – 92 Harbors of the World
    A mural cycle of ten, oil on linen paintings commissioned by the American Express Company for the lobby of their corporate headquarters at the World Financial Center in New York City. The paintings depict six harbor cities: New York, Venice, Istanbul, Sydney, Rio de Janeiro and Hong Kong. Two of the paintings are 11 feet x 51 feet; four paintings are 11 feet x 42 feet and four are 11 feet x 11 feet; total size 3,540 square feet.
    They are on permanent view in the American Express lobby and are referenced in the book, Art in Public Places: New York’s 50 Best, by David Masello.
    1985 – 86 Twilight: The Waterways and Bridges of Manhattan.
    A cycle of four oil paintings, commissioned by the American Express Corporation for their auditorium at the World Financial Center in New York. The paintings offer directional views from Manhattan at twilight of The Harbor, The Hudson River, The Harlem River and The East River. The paintings range in size from 6 feet x 15 feet to 6 feet by 35 feet; total size 540 square feet.
    BIBLIOGRAPHY:

    “Prints of Darkness: Four Centuries of Mezzotint,” Warchol, Julie, Art in Print, July-August 2015, Vol 5, No 2. Half-page illustration of “Yankee Stadium at Night”

    Burnishing the Night, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL 2015, an exhibition curated by Ms. Susan Farr-Schmidt, Curator of Prints. Multiple wall texts include comparison and technical references to McPherson’s work along with John Martin, Edward Hopper, Claude Lorrain, James McNeill Whistler, and others. Quotes from the texts: “Recent American masters of the process include Susan Rothenberg and Craig McPherson, whose Yankee Stadium at Night (gallery 127B) from 1983 may represent the ultimate contemporary rejuvenation of the mezzotint medium, as the work’s compelling realism and perfect craftsmanship take the art of reproduction well beyond photography, conveying a deeply original artistic statement.” And, “In this nocturnal view, taken from the artist’s apartment window, one of the Art Institute’s largest mezzotints, blinding lights emanating from Yankee Stadium offer the only sign of life in the big city. This almost alien effect rivals the Romantic destruction afflicting John Martin’s Old Testament cities (on view in this gallery), on a scale more commensurate with paintings than with prints. McPherson’s iconic cityscape took him over a year to produce, and in its elegant simplicity offers an Edward Hopper-like ode to the loneliness of crowds.”

    Au Couer du Progres (At the Heart of Progress), Eckblad, John P. and Rice, Tim, exhibition catalogue, in French, 2012. Four McPherson mezzotints are illustrated with text: ET2, NY Water Tunnel, Clairton and Braddock.

    75 Years of American Art, Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS, 2010. Museum-published book features one acquisition for each of its 75 years, McPherson’s artworks F.D.R Drive and Furnace #2, Electrodes are illustrated.

    Eckblad, John P and Tim Rice. At the Heart of Progress: Coal, Iron & Steam Since 1750, art from the
    John P. Eckblad collection, -page catalogue 2009. McPherson lecture at the Palmer Museum of Art, Penn State University, PA, November 4, 2010.

    Steel: Drawings by Craig McPherson, Hall, Sarah J. and Craig McPherson. 48-page catalogue, Frick Museum & Cultural Center, Pittsburgh, PA, 2008, includes an interview with the artist and illustrations of exhibition.

    Art & Entertainment From Toulouse Lautrec to Red Grooms, exhibition catalogue with full-page illustration of “Rehearsal” on p. 26, curated by Frank Perrell and Carol Schwartz, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY, 2007

    “Craig McPherson,” Art Interview Online Magazine, Issue 004, 2006.

    “Craig McPherson at Forum,” Art in America, Nov. 2005.

    Thomas, Lillian. “The great ‘scape: Braddock’s industrial past is captured using a dying art,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 22, 2005.

    “From Goya to Johns: Fifty Master Prints from the McNay Art Museum,” Curator/Catalogue Author, Lyle W. Williams, San Antonio, Texas, 2004.

    p. 82 “This mezzotint is one of the most important prints produced in the 1980’s. McPherson’s image of Yankee Stadium in the distance at night is haunting. Instead of feeling the excitement of being at a game with a crowd of people, the viewer here feels detached and alone. The only suggestion of human activity visible from this viewpoint is the steam rising and the lights shining out of the top of the stadium. A vast expanse of darkness separates us from them, an abyss filled with empty office buildings and a distant freeway leading away. McPherson seems to be continuing the tradition of Hopper, presenting loneliness and detachment as the true American existence.

    The plate took longer than a year to produce and is a formidable technical achievement.”

    “Impressions of New York: Prints from the New York Historical Society,” Curator/Catalogue Author, Marilyn Symmes. Published by Princeton Architectural Press, New York, NY, 2004.

    p. 258 “The biggest challenge for print artists is printing black tones to evoke the nuances of night and shadows. Craig McPherson – a contemporary painter who is also a master at printing a spectrum of blacks – works in mezzotint because it is the best printmaking technique to achieve a range of light tones and soft half-darks. A native of Kansas, McPherson came to New York City in 1975; shortly thereafter, he taught himself the exacting mezzotint technique by creating reproductive plates of flowers. His trilogy of grand night cityscapes includes his most famous mezzotint, Yankee Stadium at Night (1983), featuring the atmospheric glow of the stadium’s lights: Girders (1986), a panoramic vista from the artist’s former Washington Heights studio; and this print, of FDR Drive.
    The East River Drive, which runs along the eastern edge of Manhattan, is better known as the FDR Drive (for Franklin Delano Roosevelt). Built at the direction of powerful city planner Robert Moses during the administration of Mayor Fiorello La Guardia, it opened in 1942. McPherson’s view shows the road under the bridge at 81st Street as seen looking south from Carl Schurz Park; part of the Queensboro Bridge appears in the distance.

    This tour-de-force of mezzotint printmaking evokes a rainy night. McPherson’s remarkable observations and technical skill captured the light reflecting off the wet pavement (cleverly contrasted with reflections on the surface of the East River) as well as rain caught in the glow of the streetlights.”

    Mullarkey, Maureen. “Gallery-Going,” The New York Sun, August 26, 2004, p. 23.

    “Subway Series,” The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Illustrated in the catalogue of the same name. Curators, Lydia Yee and Thomas Solomon, New York, NY, 2004.

    Weekend Fine Arts Leisure, The New York Times, June 2001.

    Johnson, Ken. “Craig McPherson,” The New York Times, Arts section, January 5, 12 and 19, 2001.

    Spring, Justin. Craig McPherson: Pastels, exhibition catalogue. Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, 2000.

    Arthur, John. Green Woods and Crystal Waters: The American Landscape Tradition Since 1960, exhibition catalogue. The Philbrook Museum, Tulsa, OK, 1999.

    Campbell, Mungo. Celebration quarterly magazine, The Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland, June–October 1999.

    Recent Acquisitions of American Prints, catalogue. The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, England, 9 February to 2 May 1999.

    D’Oensch, Ellen G. “Darkness into Light,” Print Quarterly, September 1998.

    Turner, Grady T. “Craig McPherson,” Artnews, Summer 1998.

    Hare, Bill. “Craig McPherson,” Galleries/UK, April 1998.

    Packer, William. “Medium for the Night,” The Financial Times, February 24, 1998.

    Venables, Tony. “Night for the City, Craig McPherson at the Fitzwilliam,” The Cambridge Insider, Cambridge, England, February 5, 1998.
    Venables, Tony. “Darkness Into Light: Craig McPherson and the Art of Mezzotint at the Fitzwilliam Museum,” The Cambridge Insider, February 4, 1998.

    Etchells, David. “A Light That Shines Out in the Darkness,” Television, Evening News, Cambridge, England, January 21, 1998.

    Robinson, Duncan and Craig Hartley. Darkness Into Light: Craig McPherson and the Art of Mezzotint, exhibition catalogue. The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, England, 1998.

    Sherman, Mary. “Exhibit on Traveling Takes Viewers on a Trip,” Boston Sunday Herald, Boston, MA, June 23, 1996.

    Cullinan, Helen. “Mezzotint Master Speaks of the Shadows,” The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, OH, October 5, 1995.

    “Craig McPherson, Ocean Terminal H.K., (1994-1995),” The Print Collector’s Newsletter, Vol. XXVI, No. 1, March – April 1995.

    Robinson, Duncan. New York, New York, exhibition catalogue. The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, England, 1994.

    Lyons, Channy. “Tiny Images Reveal Big Ideas,” The Observer, Peoria, IL, September 28, 1994.

    Arthur, John. American Realism + Figurative Painting, exhibition catalogue. Cline Fine Art Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, 1994.

    Kohen, Helen. “Exhibition Inspired by Water,” Sun-Sentinel, Palm Beach, FL, April 29, 1994.

    Kravetz, Jay. “PBCC Museum of Art Presents Waterworks,” Coastal Observer, Lake Worth/Palm Springs, FL, March 17, 1994.

    Schwan, Cary. “PBCC Devotes Space to Water,” The Palm Beach Post, Palm Beach, FL, March 25, 1994.

    Aho, Paul R. “Just Add Water…,” Culture, The Palm Beach County Cultural Council, Palm Beach, FL, March 19, 1994.

    Sjostrum, Jan. “Exhibit Flows Around Water Theme,” Palm Beach Daily News, Palm Beach, FL, March 19, 1994.

    “Craig McPherson, FDR Drive,” The Print Collector’s Newsletter, New York, NY, Vol. XXIV, No. 6, January-February 1994.

    Boodro, Michael. “Please Excuse Our Peccadillos,” Artnews, February 1993.

    Zimmer, William. “Aldrich Shows a Proud Art Form: The Black and White,” The New York Times, May 6, 1990.

    Diamonds are Forever: Artists and Writers on Baseball, exhibition catalogue. The New York State Council for the Arts, Albany, NY, 1990.

    Black and White Since 1960, exhibition catalogue. Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT, 1989.

    Romero, Rubel. “Dark Victories,” The Spectator, Raleigh, NC, October 19, 1989.

    Horsley, Carter B. “Rave New World,” The New York Post, July 6, 1989.

    Friedman, Gail. “On the Waterfront,” Dateline, New York, November/December 1989.

    Holman, Rhonda. “Kansas Artist Paints Murals of Different Landscapes,” The Wichita Eagle-Beacon, Wichita, KS, August 7, 1988.

    “American Express Panel to Display Copacabana Beach,” Today, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 1988.

    “Capturing the World’s Waterways on Canvas,” Daily Telegraph, Sydney, Australia, February 11, 1988.

    Smith, Jeremy. “Night Prints,” Print Quarterly, London, England, June 1987.

    Wolff, Theodore F. “Where Tradition Ranks with Innovation,” The Christian Science Monitor, Boston, MA, April 6, 1987.

    Alston, David. Under the Cover of Darkness: Night Prints, exhibition catalogue. The Arts Council of Great Britain, 1986.

    Glueck, Grace. “New York Prints…,” The New York Times, July 12, 1985.

    Williams, Reba. “Summer Sales,” Art & Auction, June 1985.

    Raynor, Vivien. “Drawings…,” The New York Times, July 1984.

    Paine, Piera F. “Views of Manhattan,” Art World, New York, NY, February 1984.

    Talmer, Jerry. “The View from 168th Street,” The New York Post, January 31, 1984.

    Glueck, Grace. “Art: Janis Presents…,” The New York Times, May 1983.

    Heller, Steven and Seymour Chwast. The Art of New York, Harry N. Abrams, New York, 1983.
    OTHER EXPERIENCE:

    1975 Art exhibition curated by the artist, New York, New Realism,Gallery G, Wichita, KS.
    1973-74 Manager, Michigan Artrain, a joint project of the Michigan Council of the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Artrain was a six-car, mobile museum in a train with a collection from the Detroit Institute of Art and western state museums. It traveled to 36 cities in nine Rocky Mountain states, where McPherson lectured and conducted educational outreach programs. He supervised all aspects of the Artrain’s operations and budgets. At the time, with a yearly budget of $2 million, it was the NEA’s premier national outreach project.
    1973 Wrote The History of Mobil Museums: 1930-1973, the first definitive study of this branch of museum outreach programs.
    Organized the first conference of museum outreach services for the annual meeting of the National Art Education Association, 1973.
    1971-73 Director, Kansas Cultural Arts Commission Mobile Gallery, sponsored by The Wichita Art Museum. Toured over 100 communities and lectured to 80,000 people over a three year period. Curated the following Mobile Gallery exhibitions:
    Art Now, selections from the permanent collection of the Wichita Art Museum, toured in 1970-71
    Picasso: Graphic Works 1901-1968, toured in 1971-72
    Un Saludo a Las Artes Mexicanas (A Salute to the Arts of Mexico: 1st to 20th Century), organized with the Cultural Affairs Department of the Government of Mexico; toured in 1972-73.

     

    MICHèLE FENNIAK

    EDUCATION :

    1995-97 Master of Fine Art
    Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

    1988-92 Bachelor of Fine Art
    Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

    AWARDS / GRANTS:

    2004 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant
    2002 Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant
    1997 Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant
    Gloucester Landscape Painting Prize, Yale University
    1995 Ontario Arts Council Exhibition Assistance Grant
    1994 Ontario Arts Council Visual Arts Grant
    1992 André Bieler Prize, Best Studio Work
    Queen’s University Graduating Award

    ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

    2003 New Work, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    1997 Thesis Exhibition, Yale University School of Art
    New Haven, Connecticut
    1995 Women’s Art Association, Toronto, Ontario
    1993 Tangle Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

    GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

    2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2017 Seeing With Our Own Eyes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2016-17 Contemporary Old Masters, Louisiana Art & Science Museum, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    2016 NYAA Group Show, La Vendue, Charleston, SC
    Now and Then: Drawings from the 19th Century to the Present, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
    2011 43rd Collectors Show & Sale, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    2010 Portrayal, Lohin Geduld Gallery, New York, NY
    2010 A Contemporary View of Women Reading – An Exhibition in Honor of the Publication: Forbidden Fruit: A History of Women and Books in Art, Forbes Galleries, New York, NY
    2009 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2007 Art of Collecting, Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, MI
    The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern and Contemporary
    Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2007 Worth A Thousand Words, Brattleboro Museum of Art, Brattleboro, VT
    2006 Collector’s Show, The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock,
    AR
    Deck Your Halls With Art, Forum Gallery, New York
    2005 The Figurative Impulse, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    Human Figure, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Quebec, Canada
    2004 Displacement: Contemporary Drawings, Gescheidle
    Gallery, Chicago, IL
    Modern and Contemporary Portraits, Forum Gallery, Los
    Angeles, CA
    Contemporary Art from a Figurative Perspective, Laguna College of Art and Design, Laguna Beach, CA
    2002 A Decade of American Contemporary Figurative Drawing, Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA
    Carol Craven Gallery, West Tisbury, Martha’s Vineyard,
    MA
    2001 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    2000 Drawings by Twentieth Century and Contemporary Masters, Forum Gallery, NY
    Contemporary Art From a Figurative Perspective, Gallery
    of Contemporary Art at Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, Connecticut
    1999 New Visions by Nine Contemporary Women, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1998 Gloucester Museum, Gloucester, Massachusetts
    Yale School Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
    Schaffler Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn
    1997 Alpha Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts
    1995 True to Form, From a Pit Collective, Toronto, Ontario
    Imprints, Union Gallery, Kingston, Ontario
    1994 Arts Foundation of Toronto Protégé Awards Exhibition Music Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
    Third Rail, Toronto, Ontario
    Tangle Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
    Core Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
    1993 Joseph D. Carrier Art Gallery, North York, Ontario
    Core Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
    Station Gallery, Whitby, Ontario
    Works on Paper III, Latcham Gallery, Stouffville
    1992 Agnes Etherington Art Center, Kingston, Ontario
    Harbourfront Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

    TEACHING:

    1997-03 Assistant Professor, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York
    1998 Drawing Instructor, Fashion Institute of
    Technology, New York
    1994-95 Painting and Drawing Instructor, Department of
    Fine Art, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
    Introductory Painting and Drawing

    COLLECTIONS:

    Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Winter Park, FL
    Private Collection, Middletown, NY
    Private Collection, Dallas, TX
    Seven Bridges Foundation, Greenwich, CT
    Private Collection, Bloomfield Hills, MI
    Howard A. and Judith Tullman Collection, Chicago, IL

    GUILLERMO MUÑOZ VERA

    Born in Conception, Chile in 1956

    Solo Exhibitions:

    2018 Dichotomies & Analogies / Dicotomías & Analogías, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2014 The Light of the Alhambra, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2011 Terra Australis Incognita, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2010 Terremoto & Tsunami del Bicentenario Chile 2010, Serrano 27,
    Madrid, Spain
    2009 Arawaka Maipure Orinoquia [la gran sabana venezolana], Serrano
    27, Madrid, Spain
    2008 A Proposito Del Agu. [2001-2008] Cajalón. Zaragoza, Spain
    2007 Realidad[es] Española[s]. Galería Ansorena. Madrid, Spain
    8 Días En La Habana. Óleos y apuntes digitales. 2006–2007.
    Gary Nader Fine Art. Miami, FL
    2005 A Forum Gallery Introduction: Guillermo Muñoz Vera, Forum Gallery,
    New York, NY
    A Forum Gallery Introduction: Guillermo Muñoz Vera, Los Angeles,
    CA.
    Presentación de los Murales para la Estación de Metro de la Moneda,
    Encargo oficial del Gobierno de Chile con motivo del Bicentenario
    de la Declaración de Independencia de la República de Chile,
    Estación de Metro de la Moneda, Santiago, Chile.
    Cuaderno de Viaje, Óleos y Bocetos preparatorios para los murals de
    Chile Hoy, Fundación Telefónica, Santiago, Chile.
    Cuaderno de Viaje, Óleos y Bocetos preparatorios para los murals de
    Chile Hoy, Pinacoteca de la Universidad de Concepión, Concepión,
    Chile.
    Cuaderno de Viaje, Óleos y Bocetos preparatorios para los murals de
    Chile Hoy, Galería Ansorena, Madrid, Spain.
    Cuaderno de Viaje, Paisajes de Chile, Galería Isabel Aninat, Santiago,
    Chile.
    2004 Guillermo Muñoz Vera. 2002–2004. Gary Nader Fine Art. Miami,
    2002 Guillermo Muñoz Vera, Gary Nader Fine Art, Miami, FL.
    Muñoz Vera, Levy Galerie, Hamburgo, Germany.
    2001 Muñoz Vera, Gary Nader Fine Arte, Miami, FL
    2000 Muñoz Vera, Exposición Antológica 1973-2000, Patrocinada por el
    Excmo, Ayuntamiento de Madrid, Centro Cultural de la Villa,
    Madrid, Spain.
    Guillermo Muñoz Vera: Moderno nella forma, antico nell´anima,
    Galleria Marieschi, Milan, Italy.
    Muñoz Vera, Estudios y Pequeño Formato, Fundación Arte y Autores
    Contemporáneos, Casa Dusmet, Chinchón, Spain.
    1998 Muñoz Vera, Galería Isabel Aninat, Santiago, Chile.
    1997 Muñoz Vera, Susan Aberbach Fine Art, New York, NY.
    1996 Muñoz Vera: 1993-1996, Galería Ansorena, Madrid, Spain.
    Muñoz Vera: Bodegones, 1995-1996, Gary Nader Fine Art. Miami, FL.
    1994 Muñoz Vera: Dibujos, 1983-1994, Espacio Caja Burgos, Caja de Ahorros
    Municipal de Burgos, Burgos, Spain.
    1993 Muñoz Vera, Galería Ansorena, Madrid, Spain.
    Retrospective Oleos y Dibujos,1982-1993, Galería Jalón, Patrocinada
    por Cajalón, Zaragoza, Spain.
    1990 Muñoz Vera, Galería Ansorena, Madrid, Spain.
    1988 Guillermo Muñoz Vera: Stilleben Ölbilder und Pastelle, Galerie
    Redies, Düsseldorf, Germany.
    1987 Muñoz Vera: Gering – Kulenkampff, Galerie für Realismus, Frankfurt,
    Germany.
    1986 Guillermo Muñoz Vera, Madrid 1979 – 1986, Galería Grifé & Escoda,
    Madrid, Spain.
    Ayer – Madrid – Ahora, Asamblea de Madrid, Madrid, Spain.
    1979 Muñoz Vera: Trabajos de Oficio, Dibujos y Pinturas (1975 -
    1979), Sala del Ministerio de Educación, Santiago, Chile.

    Group Exhibitions:

    2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2017 Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2016-17 Contemporary Old Masters, Louisiana Art & Science Museum, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    2016 20/21 – VISIONARY ARTISTS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2013 Art Wynwood, Forum Gallery, Miami, FL
    2012 ExpoChicago, Forum Gallery, Chicago, IL.
    ArteAmericas, Forum Gallery, Miami, FL
    Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012, Forum Gallery, New York, NY.
    2012 ExpoChicago, Forum Gallery, Chicago, IL.
    Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012, Forum Gallery, New York, NY.
    2011 El Arte Del Desnudo, Centro de Arte Tomás y Valiente, Madrid, Spain.
    The Armory Show, Forum Gallery, New York, NY.
    2010 El Arte Del Desnudo, Centro Cultural San Marcos. Toledo, España.
    Les Réalistes Espagnol, Galeríe Tamènaga, París, France.
    2009 Platonic Ideal, Forum Gallery, New York, NY.
    Art Chicago, Galería La Ribera, Chicago, IL.
    Pintores Latino Americanos, Galería AMS Marlborough, Santiago, Chile
    Insights on Still Life: From Matisse & Picasso to Botero & Muñoz Vera.
    Gary Nader Fine Art, Miami, FL.
    2008 8 dias en la habana MUÑOZ VERA 2006, 2007, Gary Nader Fine Art,
    Miami, FL.
    ArtLondon, Galeria Ansorena, London, England.
    Haute Living, Gary Nader Fine Art, Miami, FL.
    2007 La Escuela de Chinchón, Sala Amárica.
    Diputación Foral de Navarra, Vitoria, Spain.
    ARTDC 2007, Galería Rivera (Murcia).
    Realismus in Spanien, Panorama Museum, Bad Frankenhausen,
    Alemania.
    Hispanidad, Muñoz Vera e la Scuola di Chinchon Galleria 44, Turín,
    Italy.
    2006 Espacios, Galeria Ansorena, Madrid, Spain.
    Latin American Modern and Contemporary Art, Gary Nader Fine Art,
    Miami, FL.
    2005 Art Miami ’05, Galería Ansorena, Miami, FL.
    Tetralogía della Natura: Terra, Galleria Marieschi, Mílan, Italy.
    The Art Show, Forum Gallery, NY.
    Mirar No Es Suficiente, La Colección del Consejo Superior de Deportes,
    Ses Voltes, Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
    El Mayor Valle, La Colección del Consejo Superior de Deportes, Museo
    de Adra, Almería, Spain.
    Il Bienal de Bekin, Pekin, China.
    2004 Tetralogía della Natura: l’fuoco, ArteFiera 2004, Bologne, Italy.
    I Niemal de Pekin. Peking, China.
    Muñoz Vera y la Escuela de Chinchón, Plus One, Plus Two Galleries,
    London, England.
    Nudo, Galleria Forni, Bolonia, Italy.
    Tetralogía della Natura: l’fuoco. Galleria Marieschi, Milan, Italy.
    Realismos, Castellana Art Gallery, Madrid y Barcelona, Spain.
    Palabras Pintadas, 70 Miradas sobre Madrid. Sala de las Alhajas,
    Fundación Caja Madrid, Madrid, Spain.
    Art Chicago 2004, Chicago, IL.
    Modioevo Prossimo Venturo, Palazzo Pretorio, Florencia, Italy.
    Les Réalistes Espagnols: Une Outre Réalité, Tamenaga Gallery, Paris,
    France.
    Imagen de un Centenario, Pintores chilenos y españoles ilustran
    Neruda, Museo de América, Madrid, Spain.
    2003 Tetralogía da la Natura: l´acqua, ArteFiera2003, Bologne, Italy.
    Tetralogía da la Natura: l´acqua, Galleria Marieschi, Milán, Italy.
    Latin American Masters, Gary Nader Fine Art, Miami, FL.
    Sotheby’s Latin American Art, New York, NY.
    V Pintemos Juntos 2003, Museo Pedro de Osma, Lima, Perú.
    Muñoz Vera y la Escuela de Chinchón, El Paradigma Constructivista, Kur Gallery, San Sebastián, Spain.
    1st Biennial of Beijing, Peking, China.
    Muñoz Vera y la Escuela de Chinchón, Plus One Plus Two Galleries,
    London, England.
    2002 Arte Fiera´2002, Galleria Marieschi, Bologne, Italy.
    Nuovo Realismo Spagnolo, Galleria Marieschi, Milan, Italy.
    Mostra Collettiva, Galleria Marieschi, Milan, Italy.
    Muñoz Vera y la Escuela de Chinchón 2002, Casa Dusmet, Chinchón,
    Spain.
    Secretos del Desnudo, exposición itinerante, Madrid, Cuenca, Toledo
    y Valdepeñas, Spain.
    Guillermo Muñoz Vera e la Scuola di Chinchón, Galleria Marieschi,
    Milan, Italy.
    Latin American Sale, Christie’s London, London, England.
    Muñoz Vera y la Escuela de Chinchón, Exposición de Navidad, Fundación Arte y Autores Contemporáneos, La Academia, Chinchón,
    Spain.
    2001 Art Miami ´01, Gary Nader Fine Art, Miami, FL.
    ARCO ‘2001, Galería Levy, Madrid, Spain.
    Arte Fiera´2001, Galleria Marieschi, Bologne, Italy.
    Arte Ba, Gary Nader Fine Art, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
    El Agua, Galeria Ansorena, Madrid, Spain.
    Selección de Piezas, Christie’s, Palacio de Saldaña, Madrid, Spain.
    FIAC 2001, Levy Galerie, París, France.
    Art Cologne, Levy Galerie, Cologne, Germany.
    Presentación obra de UEE, Centro Cultural Casa de Vacas, Madrid,
    Spain.
    Exposición de Navidad, Fundación Arte y Autores Contemporáneos, Casa Dusmet, Chinchón, Spain.
    2000 Secretos del Desnudo, Museo de Bellas Artes, Jaén, Spain.
    Arte Fiera´2000, Galleria Marieschi, Bologna, Italy.
    Paisaje humanos y urbano, Atkearney, Madrid, Spain.
    Secretos del Desnudo, La General de Almería, Spain.
    Formas para el siglo XXI, Ansorena, Arte, Alfonso XI, Madrid, Spain.
    Cinco Miradas Realistas y un Punto de Encuentro, Galería Ansorena,
    Madrid, Spain.
    Secretos del Desnudo, Fundación Caja Vital Kutxa, San Sebastián,
    Spain.

    Monographs

    Muñoz Vera …A Propósito del Agu@ [pinturas 2001-2008], Spain, 2008.
    Muñoz Vera. Realidad[es] Española[s] Primera Parte, Spain, 2007.
    Muñoz Vera. 8 Días en La Habana [óleos y apuntes digitales], Spain, 2007.
    Guillermo Muñoz Vera, Cuaderno de Viaje, Paisajes de Chile, Óleos y Estudios para los Murales de la Estación de Metro La Moneda, Chile, 2005.
    Guillermo Muñoz Vera, Pinturas Murales de la Estación de Metro La Moneda, Chile, 2005.
    Muñoz Vera (1973-2000) Exposición Antológica. Ayuntamiento de
    Madrid. Edward J. Sullivan / Pedro Cruz. Madrid, Spain. 2000.
    Muñoz Vera (1993 – 1998). Arauco Talleres de Arte y Galería Isabel
    Aninat. Madrid, Spain. 1998.
    Muñoz Vera (1981 – 1991) Grandes Maestros del Arte Moderno. Ed. La
    Gran Enciclopedia Vasca. Matías Díaz Padrón. Bilbao, Spain.1991.

    Catalogues from solo exhibitions:

    Guillermo Muñoz Vera: The Light of the Alhambra. Forum Gallery. New York, NY. 2014
    Muñoz Vera Terra Australis Incognita. Forum Gallery. New York, NY.
    2011
    Muñoz Vera Paintings. Forum Gallery. New York, NY. 2005
    Muñoz Vera. (2002-2004) Gary Nader Fine Art, Miami, FL
    Muñoz Vera. Levy Galerie. Hamburg, Germany. April 2002.
    Muñoz Vera. Gary Nader Fine Art. Miami, FL. February 2002.
    Muñoz Vera. Moderno nella forma, antico nell´anima. Galleria
    Marieschi. Vitorio Sgarbi. Milan, Italy. May 2001.
    Muñoz Vera. Óleos y Dibujos. Galería Isabel Aninat. Santiago de Chile.
    October 1998
    Muñoz Vera. Susan Aberbach Fine Art. New York, NY.1997
    Muñoz Vera. Still-Lifes. Gary Nader Fine Art. Miami, FL. 1996.
    Muñoz Vera Dibujos (1983 – 1994). Espacio Caja Burgos. Burgos, Spain.
    May 12 – June 21, 1994.
    Muñoz Vera (1994 – 1996). Galería Ansorena. Madrid, Spain. April 18 –
    May 25, 1996.
    Muñoz Vera. Oleos y Dibujos (1982 – 1993). Galería Jalón. Cajalón.
    Zaragoza, Spain. 1993.
    Muñoz Vera (1990 – 1993). Galería Ansorena. Madrid, Spain. May 18 –
    June 16, 1993.
    Muñoz Vera. Galería Ansorena. Madrid, Spain. December 13 – January
    4, 1991.
    Guillermo Muñoz Vera (1979 – 1986). Galería Grifé & Escoda. Madrid,
    Spain. Abril – mayo 1986.

     

    ODD NERDRUM

    BORN: 1944, Helsingborg, Sweden

    EDUCATION:

    1962 National Academy of Art, Oslo, Norway
    1965 Student of Joseph Beuys, Dusseldorf, Germany

    SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

    2015 Odd Nerdrum & the Nerdrum School, The European Museum of Modern Art, Barcelona, Spain
    2013 Odd Nerdrum Home Studio exhibition, Maison-lafitte, France
    2012 Odd Nerdrum, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2011 Prophet der Malerei, Panorama Museum, Germany
    The Kings of Paintings-Anders Zorn-Odd Nerdrum, Blaafarvevaerket, Norway
    Odd Nerdrum-Taxes and Mistreated Animals, Edsvik Konsthall, Sweden
    2008 Odd Nerdrum, First Gallery, Rome, Italy
    Dark Limbo, First Gallery, Rome, Italy
    2007 Odd Nerdrum, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2006 Odd Nerdrum, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    2004 New Paintings, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    New Paintings, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2003 Odd Nerdrum, Weinstein Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    2002 Current Work, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Current Work, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    2000-1 Kitschmalaren, Kulthurset Stockholm, Sverige
    Traveled to:
    Listasafn Reykavikur, Iceland, GI Holtegaard, Holte, Denmark
    2000 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1999 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1998-99 Odd Nerdrum: Two Decades, Paintings 1978-1998 (Retrospective)
    Astrup Fearnley Museum, Oslo, Norway
    Museum of Modern Art, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
    1997 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1996 Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA
    Museum of Contemporary Art, Downtown, San Diego, CA
    1995 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, PA
    Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, OH
    1994-5 Odd Nerdrum: The Drawings, New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA
    Traveled to:
    The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AK
    The University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City, IA
    The Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI
    Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE
    1994 Ingrid Raab Gallery, Berlin, Germany
    1993 Odd Nerdrum, Martina Hamilton & Assoc., Inc., Art Chicago 93, Chicago, IL
    1992 New Paintings, Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
    Odd Nerdrum, Jan Baum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    1991 Odd Nerdrum, Lemberg Gallery, Birmingham, MI
    Odd Nerdrum Drawing Exhibition, Perimeter Gallery, hicago, IL
    1990 Odd Nerdrum, Ingrid Raab Gallery, Berlin, West Germany
    1989 Recent Drawings, Martina Hamilton Gallery, New York, NY
    1988 Recent Paintings, Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
    Odd Nerdrum, California State University Art Museum, Long Beach, CA
    Traveled to:
    Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
    Madison Art Center, Madison, WI
    The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO
    1987 New Paintings, Martina Hamilton Gallery, New York, NY
    1986 Recent Paintings, Germans van Eck Gallery, New York, NY
    in association with Martina Hamilton Gallery
    1985 Odd Nerdrum, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE
    Charcoal Drawings, Martina Hamilton Gallery,
    New York, NY
    1984 Odd Nerdrum, Martina Hamilton Gallery, New York, NY

    SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

    2016-17 Et in Arcadia Ego, New Museum Los Gatos, Los Gatos, CA; Cal Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, CA
    2016 20/21 – VISIONARY ARTISTS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2014 Re-presenting Representation VIII, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
    2013 Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2012 Perception of Self, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012,
    Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2010 Contemporary Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture: A Summer
    Selection, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Sacred and Profane, Portsmouth Museum of Fine Arts, Portsmouth, NH
    2009 Enchantment: The Sixth Annual International Distinguished Artist Symposium and Exhibition, The Joseloff Gallery, Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, Hartford, CT.
    2008 New Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2007 Art & Psyche: The Freudian Legacy, CDS Gallery, New York, NY
    The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary Works on
    Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    The Storm, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Figure It! The Human Factor in Contemporary Art, The Clay
    Center for the Arts and Sciences, Charleston, WV
    2006-7 New Old Masters/ Nowi Dawni Mistrzowie, National Museum,
    Gdansk, Poland
    2005 Figurative Impulse, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    New Old Masters, Naples Art Museum, Naples, FL
    Important New Works by Forum Gallery Artists, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Then as Now, Sordoni Art Gallery, Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, PA
    2004 Recent Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2003 Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Festival dei Due Mondi, Spoleto, Italy
    Magic Realism: A New Generation, Sangre de Christo Arts Center, Pueblo, CO
    Transforming the Commonplace: Masters of Contemporary
    Realism, Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, PA
    Modern and Contemporary Portraits curated by Townsend
    Wolfe, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2001-2 Magic Vision, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    2001-3 Collecting Ideas: Works from the Mark and Polly Addison
    Collection, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
    Identities: Contemporary Portraiture, New Jersey Center for
    Visual Arts, Summit
    Between Earth and Heaven: New Classical Movements in
    the Art of Today, Museum voor Moderne Kunst,
    Oostende, Belgium
    Re-Representing Representation, Arnot Art Museum,
    Elmira, NY.
    Traveled to:
    Corning Gallery at Steuben, New York, NY
    1999 Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
    Indomitable Spirits: The Figure at the End of the
    Century, Art Institute of Southern California, Laguna
    Beach, CA
    1998 The Risk of Existence, Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York, NY
    Director’s Choice, Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA
    The Figure, Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, GA
    Realism Knows No Bounds, Van de Griff Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
    1995 Re-Presenting Representation II, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
    1993 Art Chicago, Galerie Gerald Piltzer, Chicago, IL
    FIAC, Galerie Gerald Piltzer, Paris, France
    Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL
    An American Renaissance, Lowe Gallery, Atlanta, GA
    The Anxious Salon, MIT Visual List Arts Center, Cambridge, MA
    1992 Art on Paper – 1992, Weatherspoon Gallery, Greensboro, NC
    1991 Drawings, Koplin Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
    Summer, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1990 Two Contemporary Painters, Horsens Kunstmuseum, Denmark
    The Environment, Williams College Art Museum,
    Williamstown, MA
    Images of Death in Contemporary Art, Marquette
    University, Milwaukee, WI
    1989 Epiphanies, Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
    1987 Morality Tales: History Painting in the 1980s, Grey Art Gallery, New York University, New York, NY
    Traveled to:
    Laguna Art Museum, Long Beach, CA
    The Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MA
    Ohio State University Gallery, Columbus, OH
    The Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Miami, FL
    Goldie Paley Gallery, Moore College of Art, Phil.,PA
    Duke University Museum of Art, Durham, NC
    Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE
    Group Exhibition, The Gotheburg Museum, Denmark
    The Avante Garde, Los Angles County Museum of Art,
    Los Angeles, CA
    1986 Art for Your Collection 1986, Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art, Providence, RI
    The Here and Now, Greenville County Museum,
    Greenville, SC
    The Second Sight: Biennial IV, San Francisco Museum
    of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
    Neo-Neo-Classicism, Edith C. Blum Art Institute,
    Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
    1985 The Classic Tradition in Painting and Sculpture, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
    The Classic Spirit, Martina Hamilton Gallery,
    New York, NY
    1980 Norwegen Heute, Kiel, Darmstadt, Germany
    1979 Kulthurst, Stockholm, Sweden
    1975 Nordic Romanticism, Lundskunsthall, Lund, Sweden

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    September 1985, pp. 140-141.
    Raynor, Vivien. “A Return to Classicism in Ridgefield,” New York
    Times, July 14, 1985, p. CN24.
    Russell, John. “Odd Nerdrum,” New York Times, May 16, 1986, p. C24.
    Sherman, Mary. “Exhibit of Narrative Art Shows Underbelly of Life,” The Boston Herald, November 5, 1993, p. S21.
    Temin, Christine. “Anxious Salon: the Naked and the Dread,” Living Arts – The Boston Globe, October 19, 1993, p. 61, 65.
    Testerman, Margareta. “Odd Nerdrum,” Arts Magazine, September 1985,
    p. 18.
    Van Proyen, Mark. “The Hieroglyphics of Ambivalence,” Artweek, October
    4, 1986.
    Vine, Richard. “Nordic Anxieties,” Art in America, September 1990, p. 170- 177.
    Waddington, Chris. “Odd Nerdrum: Tracing the Future of Art in Charcoal”,
    Lagniappe, “Art Review,” September 2, 1994, pp. 14-15.
    Wright, David H. “Postmodern Art at the Modern Museum,” Berkeley Tri-
    City Post, October 1, 1986.
    “Odd Nerdrum: The Human Constant,” in Odd Nerdrum Recent Paintings, Martina Hamilton Gallery and Germans van Eck Gallery, New York, 1986.
    An excerpt is also published in Second Sight Biennial IV, Beal,
    Graham, ed., San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1986, pp. 42-45.
    “Odd Nerdrum,” Artforum, May 1987, pp. 145.
    “Art,” New York Magazine, April 15, 1985, p. 102.
    “The Limits of Art,” Avant-Garde in the Eighties, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1987, pp. 96-97, fig. 85.

    SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

    Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, Arkansas
    Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
    Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
    Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Hessisches Landes Museum, Darmstadt, Germany
    Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
    Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE
    Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
    Milwaukee Museum of Art, Milwaukee, WI
    Museum of Art, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
    National Gallery, Oslo, Norway
    New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA
    Norsk Kulturraad, Norway
    Oslo Kommunes Samlinger, Norway
    Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR
    Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art, Providence, RI
    Riksgalleriet, Oslo, Norway
    San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA
    University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tuscon, AZ
    Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
    Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA
    Astrup Fearnley Museum of Art, Oslo

    SELECTED PRIVATE COLLECTIONS:

    Mr. Mark Addison, CO
    Mr. Steven Berkowitz, IL
    Ms. Karen Johnson Boyd, WI
    Mr. Frank Burgel, CT
    Mr. James Coulter, CA
    Ms. Rebecca Frankel, IL
    Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Glantz, NY
    Mr. Boyd Jeffries, CA
    Dr. Richard Levy, LA
    Mr. Richard Manney, NY
    Mr. James Marlas, CT
    Mr. Kentworth Moffett, FL
    Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Newby, WI
    Mr. David Hyde Pierce, CA
    Mr. Gerald Piltzer, Paris, France
    Mr. William J. Rush, CA
    Ms. Laila and Mr. Thurston Twigg-Smith, HI
    Ms. Anne Marie Walker

    ELLIOT OFFNER

    Born: Brooklyn, New York, 1931

    Education: Cooper Union
    Yale University, B.F.A. 1953
    Yale University, M.F.A. 1959

    Awards & Honors:

    1999 Visiting Fellow, Trinity College, Cambridge University, England
    1997-Present Vice President, National Sculpture Society
    1997 Tallix Casting Prize
    1996 Ellin T. Speyer Prize, National Academy of Design,
    New York
    1992 Gold Medal, National Sculpture Society
    1990 Artist In Residence, Girton College, Cambridge University, England
    1989 Artist In Residence, Wolfson College, Cambridge University, England
    1983, 1991, 1997 Harnish Fellowship
    1971 Ingram Merill Foundation
    1969 American Philosophical Society
    1970 Ford Foundation Grant
    1966-67 National Council on the Arts and Humanities
    1965 National Institute of Arts and Letters
    1964 & 1965 Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation

    One-Person Exhibitions:

    2007 “Celebrating Elliot Offner: Air Land and Sea”, Vose Galleries of Boston, Boston, MA
    2004 Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA
    1999 WM Baczek Fine Arts, Northampton, MA
    1997 National Wildlife Federation Gallery of Art, Vienna, VA
    1993 Forum Gallery, New York
    1987 Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, DC
    1984 Darien Public Library, Darien, CT
    Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, MA
    1984 Forum Gallery, New York
    1980 Jorgenson Gallery, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
    1979 Forum Gallery, New York
    1978 Boston Atheneum, Boston, MA
    1977 Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA
    1976 Temple Beth El, West Hartford, CT
    Slater Museum, Norwich, CT
    1975 Nasrudin Gallery, Boston, MA
    1974 DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA
    1972 Forum Gallery, New York
    1969 Greenwich Library Art Gallery, Greenwich, CT
    1968 IFA Galleries, Washington, DC
    Wells College, Aurora, NY
    1967 Forum Gallery, New York
    1965 Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MA
    1964 Forum Gallery, New York

    Selected Group Exhibitions:

    2009 “Summer Selections,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2006 “Annual Professional Sculptors’ & Photographers’ Exhibition,” The Century Association, New York, NY
    2005 “Salon d’Arts: Invitational Fine Art Exhibition & Sale,” Colorado History Museum, Denver, CO
    2004 “Realism Now: Traditions & Departures, Mentors & Proteges,” Vose Gallery, Boston, MA
    1999 “Idea/Form: Looking At The Creative Process,”
    Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA
    1988-98 Annual Sculpture Exhibition,” National Sculpture Society, New York
    1994 National Academy of Design, 169th Annual Exhibition, New York

    Public Collections:

    Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, OH
    Bates College Museum of Art, Lewiston, ME
    Bodelian Library, Oxford University, England
    Boston Public Library, Boston, MA
    British Museum, London, England
    Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
    Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA
    Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York
    DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA
    Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, MI
    Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC
    Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
    Huntington Library, San Marino, CA
    Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery, Syracuse University, NY
    Milwaukee Museum of Art, Milwaukee, WI
    Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, MA
    Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA
    Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England
    Worcester Museum of Art, Worcester, MA

    Commissions:

    Memorial Horse, Smith College, Northampton, MA: 1996
    Loon, Great Blue Heron and Grouse, bronze & granite sculpture, Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN: 1992.
    Bates College Memorial Dog, Bates College Lewiston, ME: 1991
    Child With Dog, National Institute of Health, Besthesda, MD: 1990
    Monument to the Letter Carriers of America, National Association of Letter Carriers, Milwaukee, WI: 1989
    Memorial Cross, Georgetown Presbyterian Church, Washington, DC: 1988
    Great Blue Heron, Smith College, Northampton, MA: 1987
    Great Blue Heron, Darien Public Library, Darien, CT: 1987
    Cockrell, Springfield, MA: 1984
    Memorial Relief Sculpture, Archaeological Museum, Samothrace, Greece: 1981
    Pheasant, Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, MA: 1980
    Holocaust Memorial Figure, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York: 1978
    15 High Relief Sculptures, Veda Corporation, Arlington, VA: 1978-1986
    St. Francis of Assisi, St. Charles Seminary, Overbrook, PA: 1977
    Ten Commandments, Congregation B’nai Israel, Northampton, MA: 1962

    Selected Bibliography:

    1999 “Many Wonders: The Sculpture of Elliot Offner,” Justina and Patrick Gregory, Idea/Form: Looking At The Creative Process
    Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA.
    1984 The Fowl of the Air, The Fish of the Sea, & The Beasts of the Field: The Animal Sculptures of Elliot Offner, Martha Hoppin, Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, MA.

    Teaching Experience:

    1974- Andrew W. Mellon Professor of the Humanities, Smith College, Present Northampton, MA
    1960 Professor of Art, Smith College, Northampton, MA

    Visiting Artist:

    Boston University, Boston, MA
    Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
    Royal College of Art, London, U.K.
    Yale University, New Haven, CT

    Awards:

    2007 Recipient of the National Sculpture Society’s Medal of Honor.
    2003 Named 2003 Master Wildlife Artist,
    Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum,
    Wausau, Wisconsin

    KENT BELLOWS
    (1949-2005)

    BORN: Blair, Nebraska, June 26, 1949

    EDUCATION: University of Nebraska

    EXHIBITIONS:

    2007 – 08 Visions; Selections from the James T Dyke Collection of
    Contemporary Drawings, Naples Museum of Art FL; Askansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    2007 The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern and Contemporary Works on
    Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2005 Important New Works by Forum Gallery Artists, Forum
    Gallery, New York
    2003 Facing Reality: The Seavest Collection of Contemporary Realism, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY
    Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Transforming the Commonplace: Masters of Contemporary
    Realism, Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, PA
    Modern and Contemporary Portraits curated by Townsend
    Wolfe, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2002 Representations: The Art of Drawing, Schick Art Gallery
    Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
    A Decade of American Contemporary Figurative Drawing,
    Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA
    2001-02 Magic Vision, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    2001 About Face, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    Identities: Contemporary Portraiture, New Jersey Center for
    Visual Arts, Summit, NJ
    1999-2000 Re-presenting Representation IV, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
    1998 1998 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AK
    Drawing the Figure: Kent Bellows and William Beckman, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1996 Exactitude, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1995 Kent Bellows: Current Works, Forum Gallery, NY
    Drawing: Reaffirming the Media, University of Missouri, Kansas
    City, MO
    Group Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK
    20th Century Figurative Drawing, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1993 Solo Exhibition, Tatistcheff Gallery, New York, NY
    1991 Self-Portraits, Midtown Payson, New York, NY
    1988 Sheldon Sampler: Private Choices, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery
    Solo Exhibition, Tatistcheff Gallery, New York, NY
    Realism Today: American Drawings from the Rita Rich Collection, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
    1987 American Art Today: The Portrait, The Art Museum at Florida International University, Miami, FL
    Summer Group Show, Tatistcheff Gallery, New York, NY
    Six Realists, Harris Samuel & Co. Gallery, Coconut Grove, FL
    New Directions in Drawing, Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, AL
    1986 1986 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AK
    1985 September Group Show, Tatistcheff Gallery, New York, NY

    GRANTS:

    1987 Bemis Project Grant
    Mid-America Arts Alliance Grant
    1972 Solo Exhibition Gallery at the Market, Omaha, NE

    1971 Solo Exhibition Gallery at the Market, Omaha, NE
    1970 Warren Buffet Projects Grant

    COLLECTIONS:
    Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
    The Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, OH
    Arkansas Museum of Art, Little Rock, AK
    New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT
    Jalane and Richard Davidson
    Mrs. Glenn C. Janss
    Rita Rich Collection

    Davis Cone

    Born: November 2, 1950; Augusta, Georgia

    Resides: Los Angeles, CA

    Education:

    1972- 73 University Georgia, Athens, GA
    1968- 72 Mercer University, Macon, GA; B.F.A.

    Solo Exhibitions:

    2013 Recent Works, Forum Gallery, New York, NY (Oct. 3 – Nov. 16)
    2006 Recent Works, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (Jan. 6- Feb. 11)
    2005 Recent Works, Forum Gallery, New York, NY (Oct.27 – Dec. 10)
    2001 Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (Jul. 6- Aug.4)
    Forum Gallery, New York, NY (May 23- Jun.29)
    1998 O.K. Harris Works of Art, New York, NY (Oct. 17- Nov. 14)
    1994 O.K. Harris Works of Art, New York, NY (Oct. 15- Nov. 5)
    1991 O.K. Harris Works of Art, New York, NY (Oct. 12- Nov. 2)
    1988 O.K. Harris Works of Art, New York, NY (Oct. 15- Nov. 5)
    1984 O.K. Harris Works of Art, New York, NY (Oct. 13- Nov. 3)
    1983-84 Davis Cone: Theatre Paintings 1977 – 1983, Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA (Oct 30 – Nov 28, 1983). Traveling to:
    Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN (Jan. 8- Feb. 26, 1984)
    1982 O.K. Harris Works of Art, New York, NY (Dec. 11- Dec. 30)
    1981 O.K. Harris Works of Art, New York, NY (Jan. 3- Jan. 24)
    1979 O.K. Harris Works of Art, New York, NY (Oct. 13- Nov. 3)

    Group Exhibitions:

    2017 American Realism: A Survey, Gerald Peters Gallery, New York, NY
    Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2013 Photorealism: 50 Years of Hyperrealism, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, AL
    Still Life: 1970s Photorealism, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT (Aug. 30, 2013 – March 9, 2014)
    Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY (June 5 – July 19, 2013)
    Ivan’s Choices: Icons of Hyper-Realism, O. K. Harris Works of Art, New York, NY (Jan. 26- March 2, 2013)
    Photorealism Revisited, Butler Institute of Art, Youngstown, OH (June 1- September 30)
    2012-2014 Photorealism: 50 Years of Hyperrealistic Painting
    Traveling to:
    Kunsthall Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany (December 8, 2012- March 10, 2013)
    Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid, Spain (March 21- June 30, 2013)
    Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Birmingham, United Kingdom (November 2013- January 2014)
    Musee D’Ixelles, Brussels, Luxembourg (Feburary- April 2013)
    additional venues may follow (as of February 2013)
    2012 Photorealism, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (Sept. 8- Oct.8)
    2012 Beyond Reality: Hyperrealism and American Culture, Vero
    Beach Museum of Art, Vero Beach, FL (Feb. 5 – May 13)
    2010-12 Realism: Selections from the Martin Z. Margolies Collection,
    Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL
    (Nov. 20, 2010 – Mar. 18, 2012)
    2011-12 Four Decades of Photorealism: The Louis K. and Susan P.
    Meisel Collection, Mana Art Center, Jersey City, NJ (Sept. 18,
    2011 – Feb. 1, 2012)
    2011 That Seventies Show, Forum Gallery, New York, NY (July 12 –
    Sept. 17)
    2010 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY (June 21 – September 25)
    2009 American Photorealism, National Museum, Krakow, Poland (July 1 – Oct. 31)
    40 Years of Photorealism, Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York, NY (Nov. 5 – 28)
    The City: Day and Night, Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York, NY (Apr. 4 – May 30)
    2008-09 The Shock of the Real: Photorealism Revisited, Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL. (Dec. 16, 2008- Mar. 11, 2009)
    2007 Photorealism Today, Plus One Gallery, London (Apr. 25- Jun. 2)
    2007 The Contemporary Landscapes Show, Forum Gallery, New
    York, NY (Jun. 28- Aug. 31, 2007)
    2006 Photorealist Paintings from the Sydney and Walda Bestoff Collection and Image and World, Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Museum of Art, Lafayette, LA. (Sept. 15 – Dec. 30)
    2006 Photorealism: Cultural Icons, Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (Dec. 5, 2006- Jan. 13, 2007)
    2005 Important New Works by Forum Gallery Artists, Forum Gallery
    New York (Jun. 16- Sept. 10)
    2005 Summer Days, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles (Aug 5- Sept 29)
    2004-5 American Photorealism, organized by Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
    Traveling to:
    Iwate Museum of Art, Iwate, Japan (Apr 4 – May 16)
    City Museum of Iwaki, Iwake, Japan (May 22 – Jul 3)
    Kumamoto Prefectural Museum of Art, Kumamoto, Japan
    (Jul 16 – Sept 5)
    Hakodate Museum of Art, Hokkaido, Japan (Sept 22 – Nov 7)
    Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick, NJ (Dec. 12, 2004-
    Mar 27, 2005)
    2004 Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2003-4 Facing Reality: The Seavest Collection of Contemporary Realism,
    Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY (Sept 14, 2003 – Feb 15, 2004)
    2003 Precision, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (Oct 24 – Dec 6)
    2002 New Works by Forum Artists, Forum Gallery, New York, NY (Jul
    26– Sept 10)
    2002 Photorealism: The Liff Collection, Naples Museum of Art, Naples,
    FL (Jan. 24- Mar. 18)
    2002 Photorealism at the Millennium, Bernarducci.Meisel.Gallery, New York, NY (Oct 3 – 26).
    2002 Can You Believe Your Eyes, Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg,
    MA (Jan 21- Mar 18).
    2001 Realism from the Martin Z. Margulies Collection, Edison College
    Gallery of Fine Art, Ft Myers, FL (Feb 16- April 1).
    1999 The Photo Realists, Center for the Arts, Vero Beach, FL
    (July 22-Sept 10)
    1996 A Survey of Contemporary Realism, Posco Gallery, Seoul, South Korea (Mar 29 – Apr 30).
    1996 Ivan Karp: The Face of Contemporary Art, A Celebration of Forty Years of Fine Arts Dealership, Norton Center for the Arts, Centre College, Danville, KY (Jan 16 – Mar 29).
    1995 Street Seen, Norton Center for Arts, Centre College, Danville, KY
    (Jan 10 – Mar 14).
    1994 An American Vision, Photorealism, Margulies Taplin Gallery, Boca Raton, FL (Mar 31 – April 23).
    1993 Photorealism Since 1980 Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York, NY
    (April 22 – Jul 15).
    1992 Photorealism from Nashville Collections, Cheekwood Fine Arts Center, Nashville, TN (June 13-21).
    1992 Stars in Florida, Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL
    (Feb 7 – Mar 22).
    1992 New York; City By Day / City By Night, Gallery Henoch, New York, NY (Feb 8 – Mar 9).
    1992 For Real, Center for the Arts, Vero Beach, FL (Feb 1 – Mar 1).
    1991- 1992 American Realism & Figurative Art; 1955 – 1990, The Miyagi Museum of Art, Miyagi, Japan (Nov 1 – Dec 23, 1991).
    Traveling to:
    Sogo Museum of Art, Sogo Japan (Jan 29- Feb 16).
    Tokushima Modern Art Museum, Tokushima, Japan
    (Feb 22 – Mar 29).
    Museum of Art, Shiba, Japan (Apr 4 – May 17, 1992).
    Kochi Perfectual Museum of Folk Art, Kochi, Japan
    (May 23- Jun 17).
    Japan Association of Art Museum, Yomiuri Shimbun.
    1991 Get Real, North Miami Center of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL (Nov 21 – Dec 28).
    1991 Expressive Visions and Exquisite Images: Two Aspects of Art in the 80’s from the Richard Brown Baker Collection, Meadow Brook Art Gallery, Oakland University, Rochester, MI (Oct 6 –Nov 17).
    1990 The Best of Nashville: The Arlene and Raymond Zimmerman Collection, Downtown Gallery, Nashville, TN
    (Feb 11 –Mar 11).
    1990 New York at Night, Helander Gallery, New York, NY
    (Jan 6 – Jan 30).
    1989 New York; City by Day/ City by Night, Gallery Henoch, New York, NY (Feb 2 – Mar 5).
    1988 Tortue Is O.K., Tortue Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
    (Jul 9 – Aug 27).
    1987 Urban Visions: The Contemporary Artist and New York, Adelphi University, Garden City, NY (Sept 20 – Nov 6).
    1987 Fifty -First National Midyear Exhibition, Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH ( Jun 28 – Aug 23)
    1987 Nocturnes and Nightmares, Florida University Gallery and Museum (Mar 12 – April 18).
    1986 Nocturnal Imagery, O.K. Harris Works of Art, New York, NY
    (Apr 5 – Apr 25).
    1985 Places Here and Now, Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, SC (Aug 13- Sept 22).
    1985 American Realism, The Precise Image, Isetan Museum, Tokyo, Japan (Jul 25 – Aug 19).
    Traveling to:
    Daimaru Museum, Osaka, Japan Oct 9 – 28),
    Yokohama Takashimaya, Yokohama, Japan
    (Nov 7 – Nov 12).
    1985 Night Lights – 19th and 20th Century American Nocturnes, Taft Museum, Cincinnati, OH (May 2 – June 30).
    1984 Autoscape: The Automobile in the American Landscape, Whitney Museum of American Art, Stamford County, Fairfield, CT (Mar 30 – May 30).
    1981 – 83 Contemporary American Realism Since 1960, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
    (Sept 18 – Dec 18,1981).
    Traveling to:
    Virginia Museum of Fine Art, Richmond, VA
    (Feb 8 – Apr 4, 1982)
    The Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA
    (May 6 – July 25, 1982)
    Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal
    (Sept 10 – Oct 24, 1982)
    Salas de Exposiciones (Recoletos) Madrid Spain,
    (Nov 17, 1982 – Jan 8, 1982)
    Kunsthalle Nuremberg, West, Germany
    (Feb 11 – Apr 10, 1983)
    1981 Visions of New York City: American Paintings, Drawings, and Prints of the 20th Century, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum, Tokyo, Japan (Mar 27 – May 24).
    1979 – 80 Southern Realism, Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS
    (Sept 7 – Nov 11, 1979). Traveling to:
    University of Mississippi Museum, Oxford, MS
    (Jan 21 – Mar 5, 1980).
    Roanoke Fine Arts Center, Roanoke, VA
    (May 26 – July 9, 1980).
    Montgomery Museum of Art, Montgomery, AL
    (July 28 – Sept 17, 1980).
    Pensacola Museum of Art, FL (Oct 3 – Nov 19, 1980).
    1979 Seven Georgia Artist, The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA (Sept 15 – Oct 14)
    1978 – 79 Artist in Georgia, The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA
    (Dec 2, 1978 – Jan 14,1979).
    1977 Southern Artists, Gertrude Herbert Art Institute, Augusta, GA
    (May 3 – May 31).

     

    Bibliography: Books
    Seven Bridges Collection, Edward Lucie-Smith, published by Seven Bridges Foundation, Greenwich, CT, 2009

    The Martin Z. Margulies Collection: Painting and Sculpture, Peter Plagens, Distributed Art Publishers, Inc. 2008.

    Contemporary Realism: The Seavest Collection, Dede Young, Collectors Press Publications, Portland, Oregon. 2007

    Photo-Realism at the Millenium, Louis K. Meisel, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York, NY 2002.

    Popcorn Palaces: The Art Deco Theatre Paintings of Davis Cone, Michael D. Kinerk and Dennis W. Wilhelm, Harry N. Abrams, Inc, New York 2001.

    Photo-Realism Since 1980, Louis K. Meiser, Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York, NY 1993.

    The Fine Art Index, 1992 North American Edition, International Art Reference Inc., Chicago, IL, 1991.

    Hollywood on Main Street: The Movie House Paintings of Davis Cone, Linda Chase, The Overlook Press, Woodstock, NY, 1988.

    Bibliography: Book Reviews

    Playboy, “Movies,” Leonard Maltin, Dec. 2001, p. 34

    Preservation: The Magazine of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, “The Last Picture Shows,” M.G.Lord, July/August 2001, p. 95.

    The Miami Herald, “ Paintings Bring Movie Palaces Back To Life,” Howard Cohen and Gary Darling, June 19, 2001, Section E pp. 1 & 3.

    Daily News, LA. Life “The Hype: Popcorn Coup,” Associated Press, June 12, 2001.

    San Diego Union- Tribune, “The Glory of Glorious Movie Houses,” David Elliot, June 10, 2001.

    Beverly Hills Weekly, “Popcorn Isn’t Just For The Movies,” Irv Rudman, May 31- June 6, 2001.

    Chicago Tribune, “ Now Showing in a Painting Near You,” Ted Anthony, Feature Section, May 28, 2001.

    Entertainment Weekly, “ Books: Nonfiction,” Brian M. Raftery,
    May 11, 2001, p. 74.

    The Palm Beach Post, “ Becoming Attractions,” Scott Eyman, May 6, 2001, Section J, pp. 1 & 3.

    Impressions: Miami Design Preservation League Journal, “ The Art Deco Movie Theatre Paintings of Davis Cone,” Summer / Fall 2000, p. 16.

    Trans-Lux: Publication of the Art Deco Society of Washington D.C., “Deco Bookshelf,” Jim Sweeney, September 1990, pp. 5-6.

    Burlington County Times, “ Old Time Moviehouses,” Lou Gail, April 4, 1990.

    People Magazine, Picks and Pans,” Ralph Novak,
    October 17, 1988.

    Film Revue: Die Schweizer Kino – Vorschau, “Gemaltes Kino,“
    Fall 1988, p 6.

    Publishers Weekly, “ Trade News: Gift Books,” William Goldstein, September 2, 1988, p 25.

    American Film, “The Last Picture Show: The Paintings of Davis Cone”, July / August 1988, pp. 26 – 31.

     

    Bibliography: Catalogs
    American Photorealism From the Collection of Louis K. and Susan P. Meisel, The National Museum of Krakow, Krakow Poland, Essay by Magdalena Czubinska, 2009

    Shock of the Real: Photorealism Revisited, Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL. Essay by Valerie Ann Leeds, 2008.

    Photorealism Today, Plus One Gallery, London. Essay by Charlotte Goodwin, 2007.

    Photorealism: Cultural Icons, Johnathan Novak Contemporary Art, 2006. Essay by Louis K. Meisel.

    Davis Cone: Recent Works, Forum Gallery, “Finding the
    Present” essay by Carter Ratcliff. New York, NY. 2005

    American Photorealism, Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., Essay by Linda Chase, 2004

    Seeing Photographically: Photorealist Paintings, The Sydney and Walda Besthoff Collection. Introduction by Hanneke Grootenboer, New Orleans, LA, 2004.

    Photorealism: The Life Collection, The Naples Museum of Art, Naples, FL, essay by Linda Chase, 2001

    A Survey of Contemporary American Realism, Posco Gallery, Seoul, South Korea, 1996.

    New Art in an Old City/ 2, Virlane Foundation and K & B Corporation Collections, Essay: Edward Lucie – Smith, New Orleans, LA, 1994.

    Stars In Florida, Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL; Introduction: Dr Kenworth W. Moffett, 1992.

    American Realism and Figurative Art: 1952 – 1990, Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Miyagi, Japan, 1991.

    Expressive Visions and Exquisite Images: Two Aspects of Art of The 80’s from The Richard Brown Baker Collection, Meadow Brook Art Gallery, Oakland University, Rochester, MI; Text: Kiichi Usui, 1991.

    In Sharp Focus: Super – Realism, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY; Introduction: Constance Schwartz, 1991.

    New Art in an Old City, The Virlane Foundation and The K&B Corporation Collections, New Orleans, LA.

    Fifty- First National Midyear Exhibition, Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH, 1987.

    Nocturnes and Nightmares, Florida State University Gallery & Museum, Tallahassee, FL, Text: Craig Adcock, 1987.

    Places Here & Now, Greenville County Museum of Art,
    Greenville, SC, 1985.

    American Realism: The Precise Image, Isetan Museum of Art,
    Tokyo, Japan, Text: John Arthur, 1985.

    Autoscape: The Automobile in the American Landscape, Whitney Museum of American Art, Stamford County, Fairfield, CT; Pamela Gruninger Perkins, 1984.

    Davis Cone: Theatre Paintings 1977-1983, Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, GA; Essay: Linda Chase, 1983.

    Contemporary American Realism Since 1960, New York Graphic Society, Boston, MA; Frank A. Goodyear Jr., 1981.

    Visions of New York City, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan; Text: Tom Armstrong, 1981.

    Seven Artists in Georgia, The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA 1979.
    Southern Realism, Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS;
    Text: John B. Henry III, Tom Dewey, Michael E. Kampen, 1979.

    Artist in Georgia, The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA, 1979.

    Bibliography: Periodicals
    Moving Pictures Magazine, “The Realism of Davis Cone”,
    Howard Burns, Fall 2010, pp. 73-81

    Art and Antiques, “Picture This”, Sheila Gibson Stoodley, May
    2010, pp. 66-7

    Aesthetica: The Arts and Culture Magazine, “The Real in Photorealism”, Donald Kuspit, Oct. 2009

    American Artists, “Davis Cone: Recent Works”, February, 2006. p.97

    American Art Collector, “Cone’s Iconic Art Deco Movie Theatres Set to Charm L.A.”, January, 2006, pp. 102-105

    Art in America, “Davis Cone at Forum Gallery”, Edward Leffingwell, April 2006, p. 162.

    American Artist, “Davis Cone: Recent Works,” Exhibition review, February 2006, p. 67.

    Signs of the Times, “American Splendor: Davis Cone’s Hyper – Realism captures Movie Theatres’ Eternal Appeal, “ Susan Conner, October 2004, pp. 96-99.

    The New York Sun, “Gallery-Going,” Mullarkey, Maureen, August 26, 2004, p. 23.

    Art & Antiques, “ Alternate Realities,” Bobbie Leigh,
    Summer 2003, pp. 66-71.

    Art in America (No. 3), “Davis Cone at O.K. Harris,” Vincent Katz, March 1999, pp.118 – 119.

    The Echoes Report, “Modern Quarters: A New York Apartment Reveals the Elegance and Sophistication of Streamline Moderne, “ Scot Cheverie, Summer 1996, pp.36-37, 58.

    Hast Journalen, (Sweden), “En bild av en bild av en hast,” Ralph Herrmanns, November, 1994 p. 54.

    Augusta Magazine, “ Capturing the Past,” Eve Richardson, August – September 1993, pp. 42 – 43.

    Hus & Hjem (Sweden), “Art Deco: A La Miami,” Fiona Cameron. November, 1992, pp. 64-71.

    Travel Holiday, “ Miami Moderne,” Gordon Cotler,
    October 1992, pp.60- 61.

    Arts & Antiques, “ The Dealer As Collector,” March 1991, p. 96.

    Sunstorm, “ New York Reviews,” Dennis Wepman,
    December 1988, p. 35.

    Arts Magazine, “ Reviews: Group Show at O.K. Harris,”
    Oct 1986 p.127.

    Tokyo Journal, “ Art: Seeing is Believing,” Amaury Saint-Gilles,
    August 1985, pp. 68- 69.

    New Arts Review, “ Davis Cone Showcases Showplaces,” Heidi Elmore, June 1983, pp. 7-8, 15.

    Horizon (Vol. 25, No. 8), “USArts: Where Business Boosts Arts,” Cindy Gnaff Hobson, December 1982, p.30.

    Art in America, (No. 10), “ Southern Realism at the University of Mississippi Museum,” Donald B. Kuspit, December 1980, p. 156.

    Contemporary Art / Southeast, (Vol. 2, No. 6), “ Brushed Up Reality,” August 1980, pp. 10-11.

    Art Voices South, “ Southern Realism – A Survey Exhibition,” Marda Kaiser Burton, November / December 1979, pp. 25 – 26.

    New Arts, “ For Real,” Linn Whitaker, March 1979, pp.12-13, 28.

     

     

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    Selected Collections:

    High Museum of Art, Atlanta GA
    Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
    New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA
    Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA
    Alpert Family Trust Mills, MA
    K&B Inc., New Orleans, LA
    Posco, Pohang Iron and Steel, Seoul, South Korea
    Richard Brown Baker, New York, NY
    Ivan and Marilynn Karp, New York, NY
    Martin Margulies, Coconut Grove, FL
    Lawrence Kasdan, Beverly Hills, CA
    Raymond Zimmerman, Nashville, TN
    Pierre Lescure, Paris, France
    Steven Spielberg, Los Angeles, CA
    Sidney Sheinberg, Los Angeles, CA
    John Sacret Young, Los Angeles, CA
    E. Jean Belloni, Geneva, Switzerland

     

    STEPHEN BROWN

    Born Greeley, Colorado, 1950
    Died Granville, MA, 2009

    EDUCATION:

    Brooklyn College, City University of New York, New York, MFA in Painting, 1979
    Colorado State University, Colorado, BFA in Paintings, 1972
    Skowhegan School of Painting, Maine, 1972
    Institute for European Studies, Vienna, Austria, 1969

    SELECTED EXHIBITIONS:

    2009 A Figural Presence, Chapel Art Center at Saint Anselm College,
    Manchester, NH
    2008 Reflective Realism, Laguna College of Art & Design, Laguna Beach, CA
    2007 New England Now, Paper New England, Hartford, CT
    2007 About Face, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA
    2007 The Fine Art Drawing: Modern & Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York
    2007 The Contemporary Landscapes Show, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2005 Disegno: The 180th Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
    2004 Recent Paintings, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2003 178 annual exhibition, National Academy of Design, National Academy of Design New York, NY
    Hartford Art School Faculty Exhibition, Joseloff Gallery, University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT
    Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2001-2002 Representing Representation V, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
    2001 National Academy of Design: 176th Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
    Identities: Contemporary Portraiture, New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Summit, NJ
    2000 Recent Work, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1999 New Realism for a New Millennium, Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, NY
    Contemporary Still Life, The Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach, VA

    1998 It’s Still Life, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Still Life Painting Today, Jerald Melberg Gallery Inc., Charlotte, NC
    1997 Eleven Faces: A Portrait Show, The Painting Center, New York, NY
    1996 New Acquisitions, Albany Museum, Albany, GA
    1995 Exactitude, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    New Looks, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Invitational, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Intimate Views, Westfield State College, Westfield, MA
    1994/1995 47th Annual Academy Purchase Exhibition, American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY
    1994 The 169th, 167th, 165th, 163rd Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
    Stephen Brown: Portraits: Land and Friends, New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT
    1992 Stephen Brown, Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT

    GRANTS, HONORS AND AWARDS:

    2001 The Gladys Emerson Cook Prize, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
    1994 Academy Award for Painting, American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY
    Benjamin Altman Award, (for landscape done by American citizen), National Academy of Design, New York, NY
    1993 and 1991 Coffin Grant, University of Hartford, Hartford Art School, Competitive Grant awarded to University of Hartford faculty, Hartford, CT
    1992 One Person Exhibition, Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT
    1979 Yaddo Fellow, Saratoga Springs, New York
    1979 Resident, Millay Colony for the Arts, Austerlitz, NY
    1978 Charles B. Shaw Painting Scholarship, MFA Graduate Program, Brooklyn College, City University of New York, Brooklyn, NY

    COLLECTIONS:

    Hofstra Museum, Hempstead, NY
    New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT
    New York Academy of Design, New York, NY
    Springfield Museum of Art, Springfield, OH
    The Albany Museum, Albany, GA
    The Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT
    The Speed Museum, Louisville, KY
    GWV Smith Art Museum, Springfield, MA
    National Academy of Design, New York, NY

    At the time of his death, Stephen Brown was a Professor of Painting at the Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, Hartford, CT.

    WILLIAM BECKMAN

    BORN: Maynard, MN, 1942

    EDUCATION:

    1966 BA, St. Cloud State University, MN
    1968 MA and MFA, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

    ONE MAN EXHIBITIONS:

    2017 William Beckman: New Paintings and Drawings, Forum Gallery, New York
    2014-15 William Beckman: Drawings: 1967-2013, Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, May 18 – Sept. 7, 2014); Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, Arkansas (October 17, 2014-February 1, 2015) (catalogue)
    2014 William Beckman: Recent Paintings and Drawings, Forum Gallery, New York (catalogue)
    2007 William Beckman, Forum Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue)
    2006-7 Portraiture Now, Series 1, National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian
    Institution, Washington, DC (initial exhibition at new facility)
    2002 Painting on the Edge: The Art of William Beckman, Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA (catalogue)
    2001-2 William Beckman: Paintings, Forum Gallery, New York, NY and Los Angeles, CA (catalogue)
    1999 Figure Drawing, Huntington Museum of Art, WV
    1997 Forum Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue)
    1996 William Beckman: Couple Paintings: 70s, 80s, 90s, K&E Gallery, New York, NY
    1994 Forum Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue)
    1992 Dossier of a Classical Woman (catalogue)
    Travelled to: Stiebel Modern, New York, NY; Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington, IN
    1989 Allan Frumkin, New York, NY
    1988 Allan Frumkin, New York, NY
    1986 Allan Frumkin, New York, NY (catalogue)
    1985 Allan Frumkin, New York, NY
    1982 Allan Frumkin, New York, NY (catalogue)
    1980 Allan Stone, New York, NY
    1978 Allan Stone, New York, NY
    1976 Allan Stone, New York, NY
    1974 Allan Stone, New York, NY
    1971 Allan Stone, New York, NY
    1970 Allan Stone, New York, NY
    1969 Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY

    GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

    2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2017 Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2016-17 Contemporary Old Masters, Louisiana Art & Science Museum, Baton Rouge, LA
    2016 American Views, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    20/21 – VISIONARY ARTISTS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    I Can See For Miles, Allan Stone Projects, New York, NY
    2015 The Annual 2015: The Depth of the Surface, The National Academy Museum, NY, NY
    2014 Wives, Daughters and Lovers, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    46th Collector’s Show and Sale, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    2013 Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Face to Face: Artist Self-Portraits from the Collection of Jackye and Curtis Finch Jr., Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    2012 Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012,
    Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2011 That Seventies Show, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2010 Capital Portraits: Treasures from Washington Private Collections, 1730-2010, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC
    Narcissus in the Studio: Artist Portraits and Self-Portraits, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
    2008 The Figure Revealed: Contemporary American Figurative Paintings and Drawings, Kalamazoo Institute of Art, Kalamazoo, MI
    2007 The Contemporary Landscape, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    The Storm, Forum Galley, New York, NY
    The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2006-7 New Old Masters/ Nowi Dawni Mistrzowie, National Museum, Gdansk, Poland
    2006 Eye to Eye, Cornell Museum of Fine Arts, Winter Park, FL
    2005-6 New Old Masters, Naples Art Museum, Naples, FL
    2005 Disegno: The 180th Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
    Figurative Impulse, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    2004 Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2003 Modern and Contemporary Portraits, curated by Townsend Wolfe, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2002 Representations: The Art of Drawing, Schick Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
    A Decade of American Contemporary Figurative Drawing, Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA
    2001 Self-Made Man, DC Moore Gallery, New York, NY
    Identities: Contemporary Portraiture, New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Summit, NJ
    University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, WY
    Magic Vision, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    2000 Collecting Ideas: Works from the Mark and Polly Addison Collection, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
    Drawings by 20th Century and Contemporary Masters, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1999 Contemporary American Realist Drawings, The Jalane and Richard Davidson Collection, The Art Institute of Chicago, IL
    Drawn Across the Century: Highlights from the Dillard Collection of Art on Paper, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
    Walter Gropius Masters Workshop Series, Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV
    Green Woods and Crystal Waters: The American Landscape Tradition, The Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK
    The Nude in Contemporary Art, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
    1998 The Figurative Impulse, Miami Dade Community College, Kendall Campus Art Gallery, Miami, FL
    Drawing the Figure: Kent Bellows and William Beckman, Forum Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue)
    1997 Derriere Guard Festival, The Kitchen, New York, NY
    Landscape, Seen and Unseen, Pratt Manhattan Gallery and The Rubelle and Norman Schafler Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York, NY
    172nd Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
    1996 Paint Counterpaint: Portraits of and by William Beckman and Gregory Gillespie, The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY
    Visiting Artist Series, Holtzman Gallery, Towson State University, Towson, MD
    1995 The Body Human, Nohra Haime Gallery, NY
    Re-Presenting Representation II, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
    The Herbert W. Plimpton Collection of Realist Art, 18th Annual Patrons and Friends Exhibition, Brandeis University, Watham, MA.
    1994 169th Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, NY
    20th Century Figurative Drawings and Paintings, Forum Gallery, NY
    Aspects of Realism, Laura Craig Galleries, Scranton, PA
    1993 Artists by Artists, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Drawings on the Figure, Carlsten Art Gallery, Curated by Stanley I. Grand, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, WI (catalogue)
    45th Annual Purchase Exhibition American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY
    1991 American Realism & Figurative Art, 1952-1990, Curated by John Arthur. Traveled to: Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Miyagi, Japan; Sogo Museum of Art, Yokohama, Japan; The Tokushima Modern Art Museum, Tokushima, Japan; The Museum of Modern Art, Shiga, Japan; Kochi Prefectural Museum of Folk Art, Japan (catalogue)
    Exquisite Paintings, Curated by Hansen Mulford, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL (catalogue)
    1987 Ten at The Rose, Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA (catalogue)
    1986 An American Renaissance, Ft. Lauderdale Museum of Art, FL
    Curated by Sam Hunter (catalogue)
    American Realism: Twentieth-Century Drawings and Watercolors from the Collection of Glenn Janss, (catalogue), Traveling: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CA; DeCordova and Dana Museum, Lincoln, MA; Huntington Art Gallery, University of Texas, Austin, TX; Block Gallery, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL; Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA; Akron Art Museum, OH; Madison Art Center, WI
    1985 Drawings Acquisitions, 1981-1985, Whitney Museum of American Art, NY
    American Realism: The Precise Image, Curated by John Arthur (catalogue), Traveling: Isetan Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan: Diamaru Museum, Osaka, Japan; Yokohama Takashimaya, Japan
    1984 Beckman/Gillespie (catalogue), Traveling: Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA; La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, CA
    1983 American Super-Realism from the Morton S. Neuman Family Collection, Terra Museum of American Art, Evanston, IL (catalogue)
    1982 Focus on the Figure, Whitney Museum of American Art, NY, Curated by Barbara Haskell (catalogue)
    Perspectives on Contemporary American Realism: Works on Paper from the Collection of Jalane and Richard Davidson (catalogue), Traveling: The Art Institute of Chicago, IL; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
    1981 Directions 1981, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC, Curated by Miranda McClintic (catalogue)
    Americkansche Malerei, Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany Curated by Thomas Armstrong
    Inside Out: Self Beyond Likeness, Traveling: Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, CA; Portland Art Museum, OR; Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, NE
    Contemporary American Realism Since 1960, Curated by Frank Goodyear (catalogue)
    Traveling: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA; The Oakland Museum, CA; Gulbenkean Museum, Lisbon, Portugal; Kunsthalle, Nuremberg, Germany
    1975 Modern Portraits: The Self and Others, Wildenstein & Co., NY, Curated by Kirk Varnedoe (catalogue)
    American Portrait Drawings, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC, Curated by Marvin Sadik (catalogue)
    1974 Seventy-First American Exhibition, The Art Institute of Chicago, IL
    Curated by James Speyer (catalogue)
    Aspects of the Figure, The Cleveland Museum of Art, OH, Curated by Edward Henning (catalogue)
    Art Conceptuel et Hyperrealiste: Collection Ludwig (catalogue), Traveling: Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, France; Neue Gallerie, Aix-la-Chapelle, France
    1968 Seven Young Talents from Iowa, Richard Feigen Gallery, Chicago, IL

    SELECTED ARTICLES/REVIEWS:

    2015 Hagler, Elana. “William Beckman.” American Arts Quarterly (Winter 2015, Volume 32, Number 1)
    2014 Johnson, Ken. “Art in Review: William Beckman.” The New York Times (March 28, 2014)
    Wertz, Orion. (2014, June 9). William Beckman: Contours in Columbus. Retrieved from http://burnaway.org/william-beckman-drawings-1967-2013/
    Parks, John A. “William Beckman: Confronting the World.” The Drawing Magazine (Summer 2014)
    2012 Dubrow, Norman. “Great Contemporary Pastels in American Museums.” Fine Art Connoisseur (May/June 2012)
    2008 Leffingwell, Edward. “William Beckman at Forum.” Art in America (March 2008)
    2007 Johnson, Ken. “William Beckman.” The New York Times (November 16, 2007)
    Goodrich, John. “Rendering Reality.” The New York Sun (October 24, 2007)
    2005 Kinsella, Eileen. “The Paper Chase.” ARTnews (January 2006); 104-8
    2004 Mullarkey, Maureen. “Gallery-Going.” The New York Sun.
    (August 26, 2004); 23.
    Valdez, Sara. “William Beckman at Forum.” Art In America, (February 2004)
    2003 Hackett, Regina. “William Beckman at Seattle Art Museum.” ARTnews (March 2003); 127
    Johnson, Ken. “William Beckman at Forum” The New York Times, (Friday, May 2, 2003)
    1994 Grimes, Nancy. “William Beckman at Forum.” Art In America (September 1994); 111-112.
    “William Beckman” The New Art Examiner (October 1994); 36
    1989 Belz, Carl. “A Conditional Paradise.” Art in America (January 1989); 136-141.
    1985 Larson, Kay. “Peaceable Kingdom.” New York (April 28, 1986); 96
    Cooper,James F. “American Realism shows to Good Advantage In Comparing Beckman to Katz’s Modernism” The New York Times, (Friday April 4, 1986)
    Brenson, Michael. “Of Interest this Week” The New York Times, (Friday April 4, 1986.)
    Birmelin, Blair T. “William Beckman at Frumkin.” Art In America, (November 1986); 172
    1982 Arthur, John, “William Beckman” American Artist (November 1982); 55.

    SELECTED BOOKS AND CATALOGUES:

    Solo Exhibition Catalogues:

    Beckman, William. “William Beckman: New Paintings and Drawings”, Forum Gallery, New York, NY: 2017.
    Butler, Charles T. “William Beckman: Drawings, 1967-2013”, The Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA: 2014.
    Beckman, William. “William Beckman: Recent Paintings and Drawings”, Forum Gallery, New York, NY: 2014
    Beckman, William. “William Beckman: The Bull Series”, Forum Gallery, New York, NY: 2013.
    Kuspit, Donald. “The Self As Its Own Object: William Beckman’s Portraits,”William Beckman, Forum Gallery, New York, NY: 2007
    Belz, Carl. “William Beckman,” University of Washington Press, Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA: 2002. 6
    Fishko, Robert. “William Beckman: Paintings,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY: 2001.
    Belz, Carl. “William Beckman,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY: April 7—May 21, 1994.
    Hunter-Steibel, Penelope. “William Beckman: Dossier of a Classical Woman,” Steibel
    Modern, New York, NY: 1991.
    Belz, Carl. “William Beckman: The Recent Figure Paintings,” Alan Frumkin Gallery, New York, NY: 1985.
    Arthur, John. “William Beckman: Landscape Pastels,” Alan Frumkin Gallery, New York, NY: 1982.

    Group Exhibition Catalogues:

    Cozzolino, Robert. “Narcissus in the Studio: Artist Portraits and Self-Portraits,” 2010.
    Kuspit, Donald. “New Old Masters/ Nowi Dawni Mistrzowie,”National Museum in
    Gdansk, Gdansk, Poland: 2006 (Beckman: 36).
    Krulik, Barbara. “New Old Masters,” Naples Museum of Art, Naples, FL: 2006
    (Beckman: 18).
    McKinnon, Luanne E. “Eye to Eye.” The George D. And Harriet W. Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College, Winter Park, FL: 2006 (Beckman: Cover, Ills. 17).
    “Portraiture Now: Series 1,” National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC: 2006 (Beckman: pp 6-9).
    Wolfe, Townsend. “Magic Vision,” The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR: 2001 (Beckman: 24).
    Fine, Ruth. “Contemporary American Realist Drawings: The Jalane and Richard Davidson Collection,” The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL: 1999.
    Wolfe. Townsend. “Drawing the Figure: Kent Bellows & William Beckman,” Forum Gallery, New York, NY: 1998.
    Burke Feldman, Edmund & Wolfe, Townsend. “Large Drawing and Objects from the Arkansas Arts Center Foundation Collection,” Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR: 1996 (Beckman: 24).
    Grand, Stanley I. “Drawing on the Figure,” Carsten Art Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Stevens Point, WI: 1993 (Ills. No 10).
    Bolt, Thomas. “New American Figure Painting,” Contemporary Realist Gallery, San Francisco, CA: 1992 (Beckman: 22-23).
    Chapin, Katherine. “In Human Terms,” Steibel Modern, New York, NY: 1991 (Beckman: 24-5, 42).
    Henry, Gerrit. “Exquisite Paintings,” Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL: 1991 (Beckman: 18).
    Wolfe, Townsend. “The Figure,” Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR: 1989
    (Beckman: Cover, 45, 46).
    “American Drawings and Watercolors in the Museum of Art,” University of Pittsburgh Press, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA: 1985.
    Belz, Carl. “The Art of William Beckman and Gregory Gillespie,” Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA: 1984.7
    Arthur, John. “Realists at Work,” Watson Guptill: New York, NY: 1983.
    Van Baron, Judith. “The Grand Style,” Gregory Battock, Super Realism: A Critical Anthology, Dutton, New York, NY: 1975.

    AWARDS AND ALLIANCES:

    1999 National Academy of Design: The Thomas R. Proctor Prize
    1995 American Academy of Arts and Letters Purchase Award
    1990 American Academy of Arts and Letters Purchase Award
    1987 American Academy of Arts and Letters Award
    1985 American Academy of Arts and Letters Purchase Award
    1969 Figurative Alliance

    PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

    The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    The Art Institute of Chicago, IL
    Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA
    The Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA
    Des Moines Art Center, IA
    Flint Institute of Arts, MI
    Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA
    Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC
    Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV
    Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, New York, NY
    Milwaukee Art Museum, WI
    Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, MN
    Museum Moderne Kunst, Vienna, Austria – former collection of Peter Ludwig
    National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC
    New Britain Museum of American Art, CT
    Pasadena Art Museum, CA
    Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
    Seven Bridges Foundation, CT
    Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA
    Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC
    Springfield Art Museum, MO
    University of Iowa, IA
    University of North Carolina, NC
    Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro, NC
    Whitney Museum of American Art, NY
    Yale University Art Gallery, CT

    ROBERT BAUER

    BORN: Iowa, 1942

    EDUCATION:

    Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1967

    SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

    2013 Chapel Art Center, St Anselm College, Manchester, NH
    2011 Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
    2008 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2004 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2002 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2001 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1997 Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    1994 Pepper Gallery, Boston, MA
    1989 Thomas Segal Gallery, Boston, MA
    Carega Foxley Leach Gallery, Washington, D.C.
    1987 Thomas Segal Gallery, Boston, MA
    1986 Carega Foxley Leach Gallery, Washington, D.C.
    1984 Olson-Larsen Galleries, Des Moines, IA
    1982 Allan Stone Gallery, New York, NY
    1981 Coe College, Cedar Rapids, IA
    1973 Davenport Municipal Art Gallery, Davenport, IA
    1971 Kenmore Galleries, Philadelphia, PA

    SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

    2017 Graphite Vision, Schick Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
    Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2016-17 Contemporary Old Masters, Louisiana Art & Science Museum, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    2016 American Views, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    20/21 – Visionary Artists of the 21st Century, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    I Can See For Miles, Allan Stone Projects, New York, NY
    2015 Nature Unbound, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2015 Two/Each, Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, MA
    2014 Wives, Daughters and Lovers, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2014 Bronlyn Jones and Robert Bauer: Shared Terrain, Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, MA
    Painted Faces, Zarrow Center for Art and Education, University of Tulsa, OK
    2013 Works On Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    45th Annual Collectors Show & Sale, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR

    2012 Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery, 1962-2012, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2011 43rd Collectors Show & Sale, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    Vantage Point 2011, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Pathways to Landscape, Ridgefield Guild of Artists, Ridgefield, CT
    2010 Selections, Forum Gallery, New York
    Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    2009
    Enchantment: The Sixth International Distinguished Artist Symposium and Exhibition. The Joseloff Gallery, Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, Hartford, CT.
    Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    A Figural Presence, Chapel Art Center, St Anselm College, Manchester, NH
    2008 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    As Others See Us: The Contemporary Portrait, Brattleboro Museum and Art Center, Brattleboro, VT
    2007 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    About Face, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA
    The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum
    Gallery, New York, NY
    The Contemporary Landscape, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    The Storm, Forum Gallery New York, NY
    2006 The Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition, National Portrait
    Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
    2005 New Old Masters, Naples Art Museum, Naples, FL
    About Faces: Portraits Past and Present, Staten Island Museum,
    Staten Island, NY
    2004 Contemporary Landscapes, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Masters and Mavericks, Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
    Summer Invitational, Nielsen Gallery, Boston, MA
    Modern & Contemporary Portraits, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    2003 Visions & Revisions: Art on Paper Since 1960, curated by Clifford Ackley,
    Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
    The New York Collection 2003-2004, Albright Knox Museum, Buffalo, NY
    Precision, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    Summer Surprises, Nielsen Gallery, Boston, MA
    Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Modern and Contemporary Portraits, curated by Townsend Wolfe, Forum
    Gallery, New York, NY
    2002 Portraits Invitational, Nielsen Gallery, Boston, MA
    Carol Craven Gallery, West Tisbury, Martha’s Vineyard, MA
    2001 Works on Paper, Nielsen Gallery, Boston, MA
    In The Spirit of Landscape VI, Nielsen Gallery, Boston, MA
    2000 Drawings by 20th Century and Contemporary Masters, Forum Gallery,
    New York, NY
    A Decade of Collecting – Recent Acquisitions of Prints and
    Drawings: 1940-2000, Sackler Museum of Art, Harvard University,
    Cambridge, MA
    “Fortieth Anniversary,” Allan Stone Gallery, New York, NY

    1999-00 Re-presenting Representation IV, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
    1998 Realism Knows No Bounds, Van de Griff Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
    1997 American Academy Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture,
    American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY
    Best of the Season: Selected Work from 1996-97 Gallery Exhibitions, The
    Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
    Landscape, Seen and Unseen, The Pratt Institute, Pratt Manhattan Gallery,
    and The Rubelle and Norman Schafler Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
    1996 Exactitude: Paintings & Drawings in the Realist Tradition, Forum Gallery,
    New York, NY
    Urban Views, Pepper Gallery, Boston, MA
    1995 New Looks: Recent Contemporary Figurative Paintings and Sculpture,
    Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Inspired By Nature, A Contemporary View, Boston College Museum of Art,
    Chestnut Hill, MA
    1994 Summer Painting Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Summer Group Exhibition, Pepper Gallery, Boston, MA
    Trees, Midtown-Payson Galleries, New York, NY
    15th Anniversary Exhibition, Olson-Larsen Galleries, Des Moines, IA
    1993 Landscapes by Robert Bauer, William Beckman & Gregory Gillespie,
    Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Contemporary American Landscape Painting, Keny Gallery, Columbus, OH
    1992 Robert Bauer, David Campbell, & Mela Lyman, Thomas Segal Gallery,
    Boston, MA
    Urban & Rural Landscapes, Olson-Larsen Galleries, Des Moines, IA
    1990 Bauer, Moss, & Sipp-Green: Landscapes, Forum Gallery, NY
    1989 Landscapes: European and American Perspectives, Carega Foxley Leach
    Gallery, Washington, D.C.
    1986 Small Works, Thomas Segal Gallery, Boston, MA
    1985 American Realism: Twentieth Century Drawings and Watercolors, San
    Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CA (Touring Exhibition)
    1983 Twelve Midwest Realists, Sioux City Art Center, Sioux City, IA
    Iowa Artists Annual, Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA
    1982 Small Works, Olson-Larsen Galleries, Des Moines, IA
    1980 Allan Stone Gallery, New York, NY
    Small Paintings, Iowa Arts Council (Touring Exhibition), Des Moines, IA
    1979 43rd Mid-Year Annual, Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH
    1974 Mid-Mississippi Annual, Davenport Municipal Art Gallery, Davenport, IA
    1969 33rd Mid-Year Annual, Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH
    1967 Annual Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture, Pennsylvania Academy of
    the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
    Four Young Realists, Kenmore Galleries, Philadelphia, PA

     

    SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:

    Jaeger, William. “Getting the Lead Out,” Albany Times-Union, April 2017, p.13.
    Sexton, Elaine, “Robert Bauer at Forum Gallery,” Art in America, January 2009, p. 115.
    Doherty, M. Stephen. “Arriving at an Image”, American Artist Magazine. May 2005, p.
    14.
    Mullarkey, Maureen. “Gallery-Going.” The New York Sun. January 13, 2005.
    Naves, Mario, “Currently Hanging”, New York Observer, January 24, 2005.
    Mullarkey, Maureen. “Gallery-Going.” The New York Sun. August 26, 2004, p. 23.
    Millis, Christopher. “Summer Surprises.” The Boston Phoenix. August 1, 2003.
    Yau, John. “Robert Bauer: Paintings and Drawings.” Forum Gallery, New York, NY,
    2001.
    Brooker, Niccolo. Drawings by 20th Century & Contemporary Masters. Forum Gallery,
    New York, NY, 2000.
    Re-Presenting Representation IV. The Arnot Art Museum. Elmira, NY, 1999.
    “Landscape Themes.” Art New England. June/July 1998, Vol 19, No. 4, page 13/14.
    Arthur, John. Robert Bauer Portraits and Landscapes. Forum Gallery, New York, NY,
    1997.
    Henry, Gerrit. “Robert Bauer at Forum Gallery.” Art in America, June 1997, Vol. 85,
    No. 6, p. 116.
    Moretta, Eleanor. Landscape Seen and Unseen. Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY 1997.
    McQuaid, Cate. “Urban Landscapes at Pepper Gallery.” The Boston Globe. March 28,
    1996.
    Birmingham, Doris. “Robert Bauer at Pepper Gallery.” Art New England.
    February/March 1995 Vol. 16, No. 2, page 45.
    Temin, Christine. “Landscapes at Boston College.” The Boston Globe. July 5, 1995.
    Stapen, Nancy. “Robert Bauer at Pepper Gallery.” The Boston Globe. November 3, 1994.
    Stapen, Nancy. “Hunt & Bauer: Romantic Bronze, Gemlike Landscape.” The Boston
    Herald. March 26, 1989.
    Bonetti, David. “Art On and (Mostly) Off the Street.” The Boston Phoenix. January 27,
    1987.
    American Realism: Twentieth Century Drawings and Watercolors. San Francisco
    Museum of Modern Art and Harry N. Abrams, Inc., NY, 1986, p.51.
    Stegmaier, Mark. “Profile: Robert Bauer.” The Iowan. Fall 1986, Vol. 35, No. 1, p. 36.
    Robert Bauer Paintings and Drawings. Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, Cedar Rapids, IA,
    1985.
    Nusbaum, Eliot. “Bauer: On the Track of an Inner Vision.” The Des Moines Register.
    November 11, 1984.
    Licht, Matthew. “Group Show at Allan Stone Gallery.” Arts Magazine. February 1983,
    Vol. 57, No. 6, page 41.

    AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS:
    2014 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant in Painting, New York, NY
    2002 Drawing Fellowship, Massachusetts Cultural Council, Boston, MA
    1998 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant in Painting, New York, NY
    1996 Painting Fellowship, Massachusetts Cultural Council/ New England Foundation for the Arts, Boston, MA
    1990 Painting Fellowship, Massachusetts Cultural Council/ The Artists Foundation, Boston, MA

    SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

    Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    Augustana College, Rock Island, IL
    Brauer Museum of Art, Valparaiso University Center for the Arts, Valparaiso, IN
    Central University of Iowa, Pella, IA
    CitiBank, Mexico City
    Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA
    Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
    General Electric, Fairfield, CT
    Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA
    Iowa Arts Council, Des Moines, IA
    Janss Collection of American Realism, Boise Art Museum, ID
    Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
    Pillsbury Company, Minneapolis, MN
    St. Anselm College, Manchester, NH
    University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City, IA
    University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY
    Washington County Museum, Hagerstown, MD
    West Virginia Arts and Humanities Council, Charleston, WV

     

    LISA BARTOLOZZI

    1961 Born Baltimore, MD

    Education

    1989 MFA, Washington University, School of Fine Arts, St. Louis, MO
    1984 BFA, University of Delaware, Newark, DE

    Solo Exhibitions

    2008 Lisa Bartolozzi: Empathy, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2006 Lisa A. Bartolozzi: Favorites from 1992-2006, Biggs
    Museum of American Art, Delaware, MD
    1994 L.A. Bartolozzi, Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia,
    PA
    1992 L.A. Bartolozzi, Recent Work, Individual Artist Fellowship
    Exhibition, Delaware State Arts Council, Carvel State Building, Wilmington, DE
    1984 Bachelor of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, Gallery 20, Newark, DE

    Selected Group Exhibitions

    2012 Centennial Juried Exhibition, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE
    2010 Award Winners X: Reunion, Briggs Museum of American Art,
    Dover, DE
    2009 A Figural Presence, Chapel Art Center at Saint Anselm College,
    Manchester, NH
    2008 New Acquisitions, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2008 Bridge of Hope Show: Iraqi/U.S. Art Initiative, Outlooks Gallery,
    Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE, Curator: Rosemary Lane and the International Cultural Arts Network. March 29 – May 4, 2008
    2005 2005 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    The Figurative Impulse, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    2003 The Group, Blue Streak Gallery, Wilmington, DE
    Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    2001 Allegory and Narrative in Contemporary American Art,
    Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, DE
    Faculty Show, Drawings, TriBeCa Hall, New York Academy of
    the Arts, NY
    2000 Re-Representing Representation, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira,
    NY. Traveling to Corning Gallery at Steuben, New York, NY
    Faith: The Impact of Judeo-Christian Religion on Art at the
    Millennium, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
    Sieben Brucken, The Vonderau Museum, Fulda,
    Germany
    Sieben Brucken, Pierre S. duPont Arts Center, Tower
    Hill School, Wilmington, DE
    1999 Re-presenting, Representation IV, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira,
    NY
    The Nude in Contemporary Art, Aldrich Museum of
    Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
    Insieme/Together, Gruppo Donatello, Florence, Italy
    Delaware Valley Consortium of Artists, Columbia Art
    Center Main Gallery, Columbia, MD
    1997 New Visions by Nine Contemporary Women, Forum Gallery,
    New York, NY
    Invitational 98, Knoedler & Company, New York, NY
    Twenty Philadelphia Artists: Celebrating the Fleisher
    Challenge at Twenty, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA
    20X12: A Generation of Challenge Artists, Samuel S. Fleisher
    Art Memorial, Philadelphia, PA
    1997 Figures: Group Exhibition, The More Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
    The Derriere Guard Festival, The Kitchen, New York, NY
    Figure 8, Spruill Center for the Arts, Spruill Center Gallery,
    Atlanta, GA
    1995 Beyond Language, Downtown Gallery, Delaware Art
    Museum, Wilmington, DE
    Beyond Language, Kalmar Lans Museum, Kalmar, Sweden and
    Watford Museum, Watford, England
    1994 Drawing Invitational, Blue Streak Gallery, Wilmington, DE
    SYNE, Blue Streak Gallery, Wilmington, DE
    Visions of Self, Blue Streak Gallery, Wilmington, DE
    Italian/American Women Artists Florence/Philadelphia, Galleria
    della Nuova Stazione Statuto, Florence, Italy
    Trees, Midtown Payson, New York, NY
    1993 Group Exhibition, Midtown Payson, New York, NY
    Delaware Women’s Conference Art Exhibition, University of
    Delaware, Newark, DE
    1992 Three at Axis, Axis Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
    Figures of Eight: Painters of the Human Form, Delaware Center
    for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, DE
    Heads Up, Blue Streak Gallery, Wilmington, DE
    Images 92, Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts, HUB
    Gallery, Penn State University, State College, PA
    From Abstraction to Realism: Contemporary Images by Women
    Artists in Delaware, Clayton Hall, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
    1990 New Directions 91: Seventh Annual National Juried Fine Arts Exhibition, Barrett House Galleries, Dutchess County Art
    Association, Poughkeepsie, NY
    Hoyt National 1991, Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts, New Castle, PA
    National Competition Exhibition, Bowery Gallery, New York, NY
    1991 Herron School of Art: Selected Faculty Exhibition,” Richmond
    Art Museum, Richmond, IN
    Indiana Women Artists: An Invitational Show, Editions Limited
    Gallery, Indianapolis, IN
    1989 MFA Thesis, Steinberg Gallery, Washington University, St.
    Louis, MO
    A Room with Seven Views, C. Nohr Gallery, St. Louis, MO
    1988 Art in St. Louis, St. Louis Artists Coalition, Gateway One, St.
    Louis, MO
    Inside /Out, St. Louis Artists Coalition Gallery, St. Louis, MO
    1987 69th Delaware Exhibition, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington,
    DE
    1986 Transcending Confines, Matrix Gallery, Sacramento, CA
    68th Delaware Exhibition, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington,
    DE
    2007 All Members’ Juried Exhibition, Delaware Center for
    Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, DE
    Paper Works, Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts,
    Wilmington, DE

    Selected Honors, Grants and Awards

    2005 Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition, Semifinalist, National
    Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Museum, Washington, D.C.
    Individual Artist Fellowship Award, Delaware Division of the
    Arts, DE
    2000 Presidential Citation for Outstanding Achievment, Office of the
    President, University of Delaware, DE
    1995 Co-curator, “Undergraduate Thesis,” University of Delaware
    2-D Panel Committee Member, Delaware Center for
    Contemporary Art, Wilmington, DE
    1993 Fleisher Art Memorial Challenge Exhibition Grant, Samuel S.
    Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia, PA
    Co-curator, “Continuum of Creativity,” Delaware Women’s
    Conference Art Exhibition, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
    1994 Panel Member, Delaware Women’s Conference Art Exhibition,
    University of Delaware, Newark, DE
    1992 Grumbacher Award, Best of Show, Central Pennsylvania Festival
    of the Arts, Penn State University, State College, PA
    1990 Individual Artist Fellowship-Established Painting, Delaware State
    Arts Council, Division of the Arts, Wilmington, DE
    1991 Guest Speaker/Panel Member, “Border Crossing: Women and Art
    in Indiana,” Indiana University
    1988-89.1 The Jacob K. Javits Fellowship, Javits Fellows Program, US
    Department of Education, Washington D.C.
    1987-89 Graduate Representative to the Fine Arts Student Council,
    Visiting Artists Program, School of the Fine Arts, Washington University, St. Louis, MO
    1987-88 Fine Arts Scholarship, School of Fine Arts, Washington
    University, St. Louis, MO
    Fine Artist Honorarium and Solo Exhibition, Delaware State Arts
    Council, Wilmington, DE
    1985 The Society of Illustrators Annual Scholarship Competition, The
    1984 Society of Illustrators, New York, New York
    Rhodes Scholarship State Finalist, Delaware, The University of
    Delaware, Newark, DE
    1983 Art Department representative, Arts and Science College Council,
    The University of Delaware, Newark, DE
    The George Nicito Art Award, University of Delaware

    Bibliography:

    2001 Okonowicz, Ed. “Modern Master,” University of Delaware
    Messenger, Vol. 10, No. 1, 2001:9

    STEVEN ASSAEL

    BORN: New York, NY, 1957

    EDUCATION:

    1975-79 Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
    1977 Independent Study in Europe, Pratt Scholarship

    TEACHING:

    1985-Present School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
    1991-92 Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
    1999-Present Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
    1997-Present New York Academy Graduate School, New York, NY

    AWARDS:

    1980 and 1990 Elizabeth T. Greenshields Grant, Montreal, Ontario
    1977 Charles Romans Award
    National Academy of Design, New York, NY
    1975 Pratt Institute Full Scholarship, Brooklyn, NY

    SELECTED ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

    2015-16 Steven Assael: New Paintings and Drawings, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2014 Steven Assael: A Collection of Paintings and Works on Paper, CASS Contemporary, Tampa, FL
    Steven Assael: New Drawings, Forum Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA
    2013 Steven Assael: New Drawings, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2011 Steven Assael: Drawings and Paintings, Hite Art Institute, Cressman Center for Visual Art, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY
    Uncovered, New York Academy of Art at Eden Rock Gallery, St. Barthelemy, French West Indies
    ACOPAL at the National Arts Club, New York, NY
    2010 Steven Assael: Illusions of Reality, Patty & Jay Baker Naples Museum of Art, Naples, FL
    Collector’s Show & Sale, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    2009 Steven Assael: Paintings & Drawings, Carol Gallery Craven, Vineyard Haven, MA
    Steven Assael: New Paintings & Drawings, Forum Gallery, New York,
    NY
    2008 The Old Hat Club, High School of Art and Design, New York, NY
    Steven Assael: Drawings Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2007 Steven Assael: Drawings, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    Steven Assael, Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL
    2005 Steven Assael: New Paintings & Drawings, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles,
    CA
    2004 Steven Assael: Drawings & Paintings, Cress Gallery of Art, University
    of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Chattanooga, TN
    Steven Assael: 20th Century Figurative Master, Lowe Gallery, Atlanta,
    GA
    2002 Steven Assael: Paintings, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2001 Steven Assael: Drawings from 1996-2001, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Steven Assael, Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL
    2000 Steven Assael: Drawings, Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL
    Steven Assael Paintings and Drawings, North Carolina State University
    at Chapel Hill, NC
    1999 Steven Assael: A Decade of Painting and Drawing, Frye Art Museum,
    Seattle, WA (catalogue)
    1998-89 New Paintings and Drawings by Steven Assael, Forum Gallery, New
    York, NY (catalogue)
    1997 New Drawings, More Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
    1996 New Paintings and Drawings, Tatistcheff & Co., Inc., New York, NY
    (catalogue)
    1995 Paintings and Drawings, Payne Gallery of Moravian College, Bethlehem,
    PA
    1994 Paintings and Drawings, Tatistcheff & Co., Inc., New York, NY
    1991 Steven Assael: Recent Paintings and Works on Paper, Gray Art Center,
    East Carolina University, Greenville, NC
    1990 Fendrick Gallery, Washington, D.C.
    1989 Staempfli Gallery, New York, NY
    1987 Staempfli Gallery, New York, NY
    1980 National Arts Club, Gregg Gallery, New York, NY

    SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

    2017-18 Favorite Things: A Holiday Exhibition, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2017 About Face, Southampton Arts Center, Southampton, NY
    American Realism: A Survey, Gerald Peters Gallery, New York, NY
    Forum Gallery Celebrates 55 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2016 20/21 – VISIONARY ARTISTS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Consecrated Reality, Florence Academy of Art at Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, NJ
    Now and Then: Drawings from the 19th Century to the Present, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
    2015 Nature Unbound, Forum Gallery, NY
    Silverpoint Exhibition, Art Students League, NY, NY
    N U D E, Eleventh Street Arts, LIC, NY
    2014 September Opening, Ann Nathan Gallery, Chicago, IL
    The Way of the Flesh Part II, Mt. San Antonio College, Walnut, CA
    Wives, Daughters and Lovers, Forum Gallery, NY
    Representing the Nude, EVOKE Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM
    National Arts Club, Gregg Gallery, New York, NY
    2013 Six Summit Gallery, Ivoryton, CT
    Nocturnes, The National Arts Club, New York, NY
    Diverse Visions of Reality, Diego Salazar Gallery, New York
    Singular Vision, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Face to Face: Artist Self-Portraits from the Collection of Jackye and Curtis Finch Jr., Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    2012 Resolve, Joshua Liner Gallery, New York, NY
    Five Decades: Art and Artists of Forum Gallery 1962-2012, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Perception of Self, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2011 Expressing the Figure: Drawings from Life, Dr. M. T. Geoffrey Yeh Art Gallery, St. John’s University, Jamaica, NY
    Dark Water, Copro Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
    Vantage Point, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2010 2010 Collector’s Show & Sale, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    Re-Presenting the Nude, EVOKE Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM
    2009 Summer Selections, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    2008 The Figure Revealed: Contemporary American Figurative Paintings and
    Drawings, Kalamazoo Institute of Art, Kalamazoo, MI
    Drawings, John Pence Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    2007-08 Visions: Selections from the James T. Dyke Collection of Contemporary
    Drawings, Naples Museum of Art, Naples, FL; Arkansas Arts Center,
    Little Rock, AR.
    Object Project, Evansville Museum, Evansville, IN; Greenville County
    Museum of Art, Greenville, SC; Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK;
    Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN; Museum of Outdoor Art,
    Englewood, CO.
    2007 The Fine Art of Drawing: Modern & Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum
    Gallery, New York
    Fall 2007 Group Exhibition, eDavid Gallery, Bethlehem, PA
    Body and Soul: Exploration to Expression, Osilas Gallery, Concordia
    College, Bronxville, NY
    FACE: Scavenging Identity, Zone Chelsea Center for the Arts, New York,
    NY
    The Storm, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Figure It! The Human Factor in Contemporary Art, The Clay Center for the
    Arts and Sciences, Charleston, WV
    2006-7 New Old Masters/ Nowi Dawni Mistrzowie, National Museum, Gdansk,
    Poland
    2006 Creative Imaginings: The Howard A. and Judith Tullman Collection,
    Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, AL
    Luster of Silver: Contemporary Metalpoint Drawings, Telfair Museum of
    Art, Savannah, GA
    Salon 2006 Exhibition, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
    The Art of Representation: Figures, Alva deMars Megan Chapel Art Center,
    Saint Anselm College, Manchester, NH
    2005 2005 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    Figurative Impulse, Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    New Old Masters, Naples Art Museum, Naples, FL
    Then as Now, Sordoni Art Gallery, Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, PA
    Enduring Roles and Realism: Building on the Murray Collection,
    Everhart Museum, Scranton, PA
    2004 Commissioned/Non-Commissioned, Chung-Cheng Gallery, St. John’s
    University, Queens, NY
    Drawings VII, Koplin Del Rio Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    Masters and Mavericks, Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
    Invitational Exhibition, Columbus State University, Columbus, GA
    2003 MFA Faculty Exhibition, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
    Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    Realism Now, Boise State University, Boise, ID
    Facing Reality: The Seavest Collection of Contemporary Realism,
    Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY
    Contemporary Works on Paper, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Magic Realism: A New Generation, Sangre de Christo Arts Center, Pueblo,
    CO
    Transforming the Commonplace: Masters of Contemporary Realism,
    Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, PA
    Grand Opening Exhibition, Frey Norris Gallery, San Francisco, CA
    Modern and Contemporary Portraits, Curated by Townsend Wolfe, Forum
    Gallery, New York, NY
    2002 Representations: The Art of Drawing, Schick Art Gallery, Skidmore
    College, Saratoga Springs, NY
    A Decade of American Contemporary Figurative Drawing, Frye Art
    Museum, Seattle, WA
    Carol Craven Gallery, West Tisbury, Martha’s Vineyard, MA
    2001-02 Magic Vision, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    2001 About Face, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    Identities: Contemporary Portraiture, New Jersey Center for Visual Arts,
    Summit, NJ
    Tulsa Collects, Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, OK
    National Drawing Invitational, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
    2000 Re-presenting Representation, Corning Gallery at Steuben, New York, NY
    Drawings by 20th Century and Contemporary Masters, Forum Gallery,
    New York, NY
    Drawing V, Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    1999 New Realism for a New Millennium, Memorial Art Gallery, University of
    Rochester, NY
    Fine Art Faculty Exhibition, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
    Indomitable Spirits: The Figure at the End of the Century, Art Institute of
    Southern California, Laguna Beach, CA
    1998 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AK
    It’s Still Life, Forum Gallery, New York, NY
    Realism Knows No Bounds, Van de Griff Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
    73rd Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
    The Figurative Impulse, Miami Dade Community College, Kendall Campus
    Art Gallery, Miami, FL
    1997 Drawn From the Faculty, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
    Dramatic Realism: The New Baroque, Southern Alleghenies Museum of
    Art, Loretto, PA
    1996 American Academy Invitational Exhibition of Painting & Sculpture,
    American Academy, New York, NY
    New York State Biennial, New York State Museum, Albany, NY
    Reality Bytes, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art & Design Kansas City,
    MO (catalogue)
    Invitational Figurative Group Exhibition, More Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
    Holiday Exhibition, Laura Craig Galleries, Scranton, PA
    1995 SPECTRUM, Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN
    Collector’s Show, The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AK
    Summer Group Exhibition, Tatistcheff & Co., Inc., New York, NY
    Live/Work, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY
    Summer Exhibition, Park Avenue Atrium, New York, NY
    Realism ‘95, Vision and Poetry, Fletcher Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
    Collecting with Richard Brown Baker, Yale University Art Gallery, New
    Haven, CT
    1994 Realism(s), The Murray Collection, Scranton, PA
    Getting Romantic Again, Tatistcheff & Co., Inc., New York, NY
    Summer Gallery Group Exhibition, Tatistcheff & Co., Inc., New York, NY
    169th Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
    Drawings: Steven Assael/Adam Schnitzer, Tatistcheff/Rogers, Santa
    Monica, CA
    Collection of Remak Ramsay, The Century Association, New York, NY
    1993 Re-Representing Representation, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
    Summer Group Exhibition, Lewin Gallery, New York, NY
    Inside Washington’s Galleries, Art Museum of the Americas, Washington,
    D.C.
    Collectors Show, Drawing Exhibition, Arkansas Arts Center, AK
    Contemporary Realism, Staempfli Gallery, New York, NY
    Heroism: Contemporary Images, Peconic Gallery, Suffolk Community
    College, Riverhead, NY
    Art of Drawing, Staempfli Gallery, New York, NY
    Silverpoint Etcetera: Contemporary American Metalpoint Drawings, The
    Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AK
    1992 Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, AL
    Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME
    1991 Three Directions, Wellington B. Gray Gallery, East Carolina University,
    Greenville, NC
    Expressive Visions and Exquisite Images: Two Aspects of Art of the
    Richard Brown Baker Collection, Meadow Brook Art Gallery, Oakland
    University, Rochester, MI
    New Horizons in American Realism, Flint Institute of Art, MI
    Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Naples, FL
    Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN
    1990 Art of Fantasy, Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE
    Art of Drawing, Staempfli Gallery, New York, NY
    Love and Charity: The Tradition of Caritas in Contemporary Painting,
    Sherry French Gallery, New York, NY; Traveling to: Roanoke Museum
    of Fine Arts, Roanoke, VA; Dowd Fine Arts Gallery, SUNY at Cortland,
    NY; The Noyes Museum, Oceanville, NJ; Roland Gibson Gallery, SUNY
    at Potsdam, NY
    Fendrick at Foster, University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire Artspace, Raleigh,
    NC
    Gender: Out of the Garden, Barbara Fendrick Gallery, New York, NY;
    Fendrick Gallery, Washington, D.C.
    Revelation and Devotion, Sherry French Gallery, NY; Traveling to: Triton
    Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA; Art Gallery at Gustavus Adolphus
    College, St. Peter, MN; Valparaiso University Museum of Art,
    Valparaiso, IN; Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
    Gallery Painters, Staempfli Gallery, New York, NY
    National Academy of Design, New York, NY
    1989 Memory and Artifact: Romanticism Revisited, Barbara Fendrick Gallery,
    NY; Fendrick Gallery, Washington, D.C.
    1983 New Realism, Mullaly Matisse Gallery, New York, NY
    1981 Emerging Young Artists, Nardian Gallery, New York, NY
    1980 Young Realists, Harbor Gallery, Cold Spring Harbor, NY
    1978-9 Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

    SELECTED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COLLECTIONS:

    The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
    The Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY
    The Art Institute of Chicago
    Mr. Richard Brown Baker
    Mr. John Bolton
    Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Busquet
    Celestial Seasonings Corporation, Boulder, CO
    Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH
    Mr. and Mrs. Richard Danziger
    Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA
    The Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN
    Jalane and Richard Davidson
    The Juliet Museum of Art, Avampato Discovery Museum for the Arts & Sciences
    K & B Corporation, New Orleans, LA
    Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art & Design, Kansas City, MO
    Kumada Corporation, Kobe, Japan
    Mr. Steve Martin
    Dr. Thomas A. Mathews
    Mr. and Mrs. Philip Messinger
    Racine Art Museum, Racine, WI
    The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
    The Murray Collection
    Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Segal
    Mr. and Mrs. Toshio Takashima
    Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson
    The Howard A. and Judith Tullman Collection
    Walt Disney Corporation, Burbank, CA
    The Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA

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