Exhibitions

Selected One-Person Exhibitions

  • 2016
    • “Blue Eggs and Spam”, Kinetic Gallery at SUNY Geneseo, NY
    • “Vanitas (in a Petri dish)”. New York Hall of Science, Queens, NY.
  • 2015
    • “Culturing Life”, Sam Francis Gallery, Crossroads School, Los Angeles, CA.
  • 2014
    • “Rainbow Loom”, V Art center & SNAP, Shanghai, China.
    • “While Darkness Sleeps”, The McKinney Avenue Contemporary (The MAC), Dallas, TX.
    • Remote Sensing: Micro-landscapes and Untold Storie. FOTOFEST Biennale, Deborah Colton Gallery, Houston, TX.
  • 2012
    • “Genetic Seed Bank”, Art | Sci Gallery, UCLA California Nanosystems Institute.
  • 2009
    • “The Glass Veil.” Berliner Medizinhistorisches Museum der Charite, Berlin, Germany.
    • “The Hothouse Archives.” Institute for Critical Inquiry (ICI), Berlin, Germany.
  • 2008
    • “Bio-Blurbs: Digital Photography 2004-2007.” Deborah Colton Gallery, Houston, Texas in conjunction with FotoFest.
  • 2007
    • “MicroNatural” (installation) in Human Nature. SoFA Gallery Bloomington, Indiana.
    • “Human Nature II: Future Worlds.” Indiana University’s SoFA Gallery, Bloomington, IN.
  • 2005
    • “FutureNatural.” Deborah Colton Gallery, Houston, TX.
    • “The Genetic Gaze.” University of Colorado Museum, Boulder, CO.
  • 2004
    • “Golden Boy.” Universal Concepts Unlimited, NYC.
    • “Origins and Futures.” Hamilton College, NY.
  • 2002
    • “The Butterfly in the Brain.” Universal Concepts Unlimited, NYC.
  • 2001
    • “Geneculture.” Else Gallery, Cal State University, Sacramento, CA.
    • “Gen XX/GenXY.” Rosenberg Gallery, Hofstra University, NY.
  • 2000
    • “Code.X:genome.” Universal Concepts Unlimited, NYC.
  • 1993
    • “Zoosemiotics.” Hanes Art Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
  • 1992
    • “Errata/Erotica.” B 4 A Gallery, NYC.
  • 1990
    • Greenberg Wilson Gallery, NYC.
    • Andrea Ruggieri Gallery, Washington D.C.
    • Attitude Art, NYC.
  • 1989
    • Andrea Ruggieri Gallery, Washington, D.C.
  • 1988
    • Greenberg Wilson Gallery, NYC.
    • Andrea Ruggieri Gallery, Washington, D.C.
  • 1987
    • Rastovski Gallery, NYC.
  • 1982
    • Galleria Arte Verso, Genoa, Italy.
  • 1980
    • “Echo-Tracers.” Galleria Milano, Milan, Italy.
    • Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN.
    • Sebastian-Moore Gallery, Denver, CO.
  • 1979
    • Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago, IL.
    • Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN.
  • 1978
    • “Diamond-Cutters.” Terry Moore Gallery, St. Louis, MO.

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • 2017
    • “Weather or Not, That is the Question”. Children’s Museum of the Art, New York, NY.
  • 2016
    • “Artists Choose Artists”, Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, NY.
    • “Nectar: War Upon the Bees”. Pratt Manhattan Gallery, New York, NY. Curated by Berta Sichel.
    • “Visual Inquiries: Artists Inspired by Science”. Peter Fingesten Gallery at Pace University. Curated by Daniel Hill.
    • “The Enhanced Human / Convergence”. I3S Scientific Research Institute. University of Porto, Portugal. Curated by Maria Manuela Lopes.
    • “Brisbane’s World Science Festival”. Brisbane, Australia.
    • “SPECTRUM”. Peters Projects, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
    • “Inoculum – Connecting the Other”. CLB Berlin. Berlin­, Germany. Curated by Theresa Schubert.
    • “Virtually SOLID: Digital Fabrication as Sculpture”. Florida State College, Nathan H. Wilson Center for the Arts, Jacksonville, FL.
  •  2015
    • “GLOBALE: Exo-Evolution”, ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany. Curated by Peter Weibel. Co-curated by Sabiha Keyif, Philipp Ziegler, and Giulia Bini.
    • “humanimalands”, SVA CP Project Space, New York City. Curated by Patrick Jaojoco.
    • “The Value of Food: Sustaining a Green Planet”, The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine, New York City. Curated by Kirby Gookin and Robin Kahn.
    • “Objects of Wonder” Beall Center for Art + Technology, Claire Trevor School of the Arts, University of California, Irvine. Curated by David Familian & Madeline Schwartzma.
    • “The Future of Today”, Today Art Museum and China Century Monument, Beijing, China. Curated by Su Lei.
    •  “Capture the Future(s)” Studio for transdisciplinary Projects and Research, Poznan, Poland.
    • “A Large Family”, Alden Biesen, Belgium.
  • 2014
    • “Where is the Art in Bio Art?” SVA Flatiron Gallery, New York.
    • “[macro]biologies II: organisms”, Art Laboratory Berlin, Germany.
    • “International Biennial of Contemporary Art”. Cartagena de Indias, Colombia. Curated by Berta Sichel.
    • “Momentum: Women/Art/Technology”. Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.
  • 2013
    • “Cell Mates”. Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ.
      Curated by Lisbeth Murray.
    • “Nature’s Toolbox: Biodiversity, Art and Invention.“ Art Works for Change. The Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois, travelling to The Leonardo, Salt Lake City, the Ulrich Museum, Kansas, and the Singapore Art Museum.
    • “Heads, Shoulders, Genes & Toes”. Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University. Curated by Judith Rushin.
    • “Beam me up!” Robotarium Space LxFactory, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • 2012
    • “The Nature of Disappearance, Part 2” curated by Dieter Buchhart. Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York
    • “GeekDown: New Biologies”, 92YTribeca, NYC.
    • “Seeing Ourselves”. MuseCPMI, New York. Curated by Koan Jeff Baysa and Caitlin Hardy.
    • “Every Exit is an Entrance: 30 Years of Exit Art”. Exit Art, New York.
    • “Fairy Tales, Monters, and the Genetic Imagination.“ Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville. Curated by Mark Scala.
    • “Cerebral Spirits: Stalking the Self.” William Paterson University Art Galleries, NJ.
  • 2011
    • “The Art and Science of Trauma”, GV Art, London.
    • Patchogue Art Biennial, Patchogue, NY.
    • “Parvana”. IDEA Space, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO. Curated by Jessica Hunter-Larsen.
    • “Secret Messages.“ Islip Art Museum, Long Island. Curated by Karen Shaw.
    • “Fundamentally Human, Contemporary Art and Neuroscience.” Pera Museum, Istanbul, Turkey.
    • “Alpha to Zeta.“ Visual Arts Gallery, School of Visual Art, New York.
  • 2009
    • “Inside {Art and Science}.” The Cordoaria, Lisbon, Portugal.
    • “Corpus Extremus (LIFE+).” Exit Art, New York.
    • “The Missing Link.” Goethe House, Budapest, Hungary.
    • “Octet: Selected Works from the School of Visual Arts, New York.” The Pera Museum, Istanbul.
  • 2008
    • “Common Senses.” Exit Art, New York.
    • “Your Documents Please.” Museum of Arts and Crafts, Itami, Japan.
  • 2007
    • “The Eye of the Beholder.” The Philoctetes Center at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute, New York.
    • “The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the the Dalai Lama.” Rubin Museum of Art and the School of Visual Arts, New York.
    • “Digital Sculpture and Biomorphism.“ Intersculpt 2007, Nancy, France.
  • 2006
    • “Couples.” Palmer Art Museum, Penn State University.
    • “Neuroculture; Visual Art and the Brain.” Westport Arts Center, CT.
    • “Printed Science.” Genetic ImPrint, Pyle Art Center, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
    • “The Art of Science.” Memorial Gallery, Farmingdale State University, NY.
  • 2005
    • “Bioarte: A new kind of art.” Galerie Antonio Prates, Lisbon, Portugal. Curated by Leonel Moura.
    • “Arte Lisboa.” Contemporary Air Fair, Lisbon.
    • “Put On your BlueGenes.” NGBK – Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst, Berlin, Germany.
    • “DNA (Do Not Assume).“ Bowling Green University, Toledo, Ohio.
    • “Copilandia.” Seville, Spain. Curated by Kirby Gookin.
    • “Wetlab: The New Nexus Between Art and Science.” Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT.
  • 2004
    • “The Museum of the Future.” Inanimation, Toronto, Canada. Curated by Elaine Young.
    • “Subliminal Divisions: Suzanne Anker and Astrid Bowlby.“ Goliath Visual Space, Brooklyn, NY.
    • “Reprotech: Building Better Babies.” New York Academy of Science, New York.
    • “Touch and Temperature.” Deborah Colton Gallery, Houston, TX. Curated by Michael Rees.
  • 2003
    • “Women in Science (Genomically Yours).” UCU Gallery, New York.
    • “From Code to Commodity: Genetics and Visual Art.” New York Academy of Science, New York.
    • “Paradise Now: Picturing the Genetic Revolution.” Traveling exhibition: Tang Museum, Saratoga Springs, NY, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA; The McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, TX, among other venues.
    • “Genetic Expressions: Art after DNA.” Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, NY.
    • “Codes and Identities.” Clifford Art Gallery, Colgate University, NY.
  • 2002
    • “Archipelago: An Intimate Immensity.” Denver Center for Contemporary Art, CO.
    • “Artbrain.org Editions.” Basel Art Fair.
    • “Dialogue of Science with Art.” Cultural Centre Metropol and HVB Bank, Ceske Budejoice, Czech Republic.
    • “DNArt.” Kunsthaus Meran, Merino, Italy.
    • “Paradise Now: Picturing the Genetic Revolution.” Traveling exhibition: Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA.
    • “Benefit Auction.” White Box, NYC.
    • “Benefit Auction for Little Red School House.” I-20 Gallery, NYC.
  • 2001
    • “Devices of Wonder: From the World in a Box to Images on a Screen.” The Getty Museum. Curated by Barbara Maria Stafford and Frances Terpak.
    • “Paradise Now: Picturing the Genetic Revolution.” traveling exhibition: University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor
    • “Tang Museum.” Skidmore College, Saratoga, NY.
  • 2000
    • “Paradise Now: Picturing the Genetic Revolution.” Exit Art, NYC. Curated by Marvin Heiferman and Carole Kismaric.
    • “The Collector.” Universal Concepts Unlimited, NYC.
    • “Rounders.” Universal Concepts Unlimited, NYC.
    • “R.E.D. (Remote Experience Dependency).” Universal Concepts Unlimited, NYC.
    • “Foreign Bodies: Art, Medicine, Technology.” Untitled Space, New Haven, CT.
    • “Trunk Show.” Zoller Gallery, Penn State University. Curated by Ann Shostrom.
  • 1999
    • “Sight/Insight: Visual Commentaries on the Physical World.” Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art and the Spencer Collection, New York Public Library.
    • “The Monumental Image.” New York Studio School, NYC.
    • “Y2K.” Dieu Donne Gallery, NYC.
    • “Art Plus Suitcase Will Travel.” DNA Gallery, Provincetown, MA.
    • “Gallery Editions.” Brooke Alexander, NYC.
  • 1998
    • “ART + BIO.” Central Michigan University. Curated by George Gessert and David Stairs.
    • “Into Focus/Art and Science.” Union College. Curated by Adrienne Klein.
    • “Self-Portrait.” Dieu Donne Gallery, NYC.
    • “Brand New Editions.” Karen McCready Fine Art, NYC.
    • “Metamorphosis.” New York Studio School, NYC.
    • “Print Fair.” Brooke Alexander Editions, NYC.
  • 1996
    • “Benefit Exhibition.” White Columns, NYC.
    • “Scratch, Thread Waxing Space.” NYC. Curated by Mel Chin.
    • “Gratis.” Museo de Arte Extremeño e Iberamericano, Sevilla, Spain.
    • “Masters X.” Southampton College Gallery of Art, L.I.U., Long Island, NY.
  • 1995
    • “Wheel of Fortune.” Lombard-Fried Gallery, NYC.
    • “Not A Metaphor, Art Projects International.” NYC. Curated by Gerry Pryor
    • “Artist as Curator, Curator as Artist.” Bergen Museum of Art and Science, NJ. Curated by Judith Landsman.
    • “Masters IX.” Southampton College Gallery of Art, L.I.U., Long Island, NY.
  • 1994
    • “Naturkunden.” Budapester Kunsthochschule, Budapest, Hungary.
    • “The Cleveland Museum of Art.” The Print Club of Cleveland Publication Prints 1924-1994.
    • “Drawing Together.” Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY.
    • “Benefit Gala.” White Columns, NYC.
  • 1993
    • “A Dialogue With Nature: Nine Contemporary Sculptors, The Phillips Collection.“ Curated by Linda Johnson, The Phillips Collection, Washington., D.C.
    • “Body Count.” White Columns, NYC. Curated by Jan Avgikos.
    • “Exquisite Corpse.” The Drawing Center, NYC.
    • “Centennial Celebration.” The Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO.
    • “Portraits of Women Artists.” A/C Project Room, NYC.
    • “Songs of Retribution.” Richard Anderson Gallery, NYC. Curated by Nancy Spero.
    • “NaturKunden.” Heliosturm / Paszti-Bott Gallery, Cologne, Germany.
    • “Women’s Art, Women’s Life, Women’s Issues.” NYC Commission on the Status of Women.
    • “Group Exhibition: Anker, Macphee, Jones, Lucier.” Rebecca Cooper Gallery, NYC. Curated by Sarah Greenberg.
    • “The Masters VII.” L.I.U. Southampton Campus, NY.
  • 1992
    • “Ecstasy, Dooley Le Cappelaine Gallery.” NYC.
    • “The Retangled Bank“, E.M.Donahue Gallery, NYC.
    • “WFMU Benefit.” Germans Van Eyck, NYC.
    • “The Auto Erotic Object.” Hunter College Art Gallery, NYC. Curated by Juli Carson.
    • “A Marked Difference.” Maatschappij Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Curated by Peer Veneman & Saul Ostrow
    • “The Nature of Science.” Pratt Manhattan Center, NYC. Curated by Eleanor Marietta.
    • “Arts at Friends.” S. Bitter Larkin, NYC.
    • “Tema Celeste.” Simon Watson’s Living Room. NYC.
    • “The Wall Project.” The Sculpture Center, NYC.
    • “Mr. B’s Curio Shop.” Thread Waxing Space, NYC.
    • “Raw Data.” Virtual Space, Watermill, NY.
    • “Gala Benefit.” White Columns, NYC.
    • “The Gift.” Dooley Le Cappelaine Gallery, NYC.
    • “The Inauguration.” Tennisport Arts, L.I.C. Curated by Chris Haub.
  • 1991
    • “Contemporary Bronze.” Atlanta College of Art Gallery, Atlanta, GA.
    • “Anker, Howey, Lucier, Serrano.” Greenberg Wilson Gallery, NYC.
    • “Wonderful Life.” Dooley Le Cappelaine Gallery, NYC.
    • “The Value Show.” 252 Lafayette St. NYC (Renegade Space), Curated by Yvonne Muranushi, Russet Lederman, Robert Mahoney, Cathleen Cullin
  • 1990
    • “Snug Harbor Sculpture Festival.” Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Staten Island, NYC. Curated by Olivia Georgia
    • “The Fifth Essence, Gracie Mansion Gallery.” NYC. Curated by Fredereike Taylor.
    • “Fragment, Part & Whole: The Body & Culture.” White Columns, NYC. Curated by Saul Ostrow.
    • “ACT-UP Against AIDS.” Paula Cooper Gallery, NYC.
  • 1989
    • “Sublime/Anti-Sublime.” Andrea Ruggieri Gallery, Washington, D.C.
    • “The Natural Image.” Stamford Museum, Stamford, CT.
    • “The New Generation.” Elaine Benson Gallery, Bridgehamton, NY.
    • “Small & Stellar.” Ruth Seigel Gallery, NYC.
    • “Group Exhibition.” Greenberg Wilson Gallery, NYC.
    • “Sculpture ’89: Fellowship Recipients.” NYFA, University Art Gallery, S.U.N.Y. at Albany.
    • “ACT-UP Against AIDS.” Simon Watson Gallery, NYC.
  • 1988
    • “At Home For the Holidays.” A.I.R. Gallery, NYC.
    • “Dwelling, 56 Bleecker Street Gallery.” NYC. Curated by Jeff Perrone
    • “Paper Thick, Erie Art Museum.” Traveling to Art Museum of Santa Cruz County, Hunter Museum.
    • “The Drawing Room.” Andrea Ruggieri Gallery, Washington  D.C.
    • “Paper Works.” John Szoke Gallery, NYC. Curated by Andrew Stasik.
    • “Paper Works.” Silvermine Guild Arts Center, Stamford, CT.
  • 1987
    • “Handmade Paper.” American Express Building, NYC, organized by the MoMA Advisory Service.
    • “Traveling Advisory Service.“ Traveling Exhibition
    • “Modern and Contemporary Masters.” Lever-Meyerson Gallery, NYC.
    • “Construct.” Anita Shapolsky Gallery, NYC.
    • “Abstract Painting.” New York Studio School, NYC.
  • 1986
    • “Abstract Painting.” Bard College, NY. Curated by Barry Schwabsky.
    • “The Tar Show.” Attitude Art, NYC.
    • “Vital Space.” Mokotoff Gallery, NYC.
    • “First International Biennale of Paper Art.” Leopold-Hoesch Museum, Duren, West Germany.
    • “Art Expressions in Paper.” Security Pacific National Bank, L.A., CA.
    • “Paper Now: Bent, Folded and Manipulated.” Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH.
    • “New American Paperworks.” The Stamford Museum, Stamford, CT.
  • 1985
    • “Paper: From Surface to Form.” City Gallery, NYC. Curated by Tiffany Bell.
    • “The Non-Objective World – 1985.” a Selection of Painting and Sculpture, Kamikaze, NYC. Curated by Stephen Westfall
    • “2 1/2 D.” Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY.
    • “New American Paperworks.” International Tour: Chicago Public Library Culture Center, Chicago, Illinois; Minnesota Museum of Art, St. Paul, Minnesota; Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, Alabama; Weatherspoon Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, North Carolina; The Stamford Museum, Stamford, Connecticut; University of Maryland Art Gallery, College Park, Maryland.
  • 1984
    • “Material and Metaphor.” William Paterson College, NJ.
    • “Paper and Print.” Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY.
    • “New American Paperworks.” International Tour: Taipei Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Taiwan; National Museum Art Gallery, Republic of Singapore.
  • 1983
    • “Small Works.” Bonnier Gallery, NYC.
    • “The Terminal Show.” Brooklyn Army Terminal, Brooklyn, NY.
    • “Made with Paper.” Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY.
    • “Paper as Image.” Arts Council of Great Britain, London. Curated by Julie Lawson. Traveling exhibition: mUK: Sunderland Arts Center; Kettle’s Yard; Bangor, Oriel Art Gallery; Midland Group; Southampton Art Gallery; Gardner Arts Center; and Crafts Council Gallery
    • “New American Paperworks.” International Tour: National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, Japan; The Shukosha Art Gallery, Fukuoka, Japan; The Fine Arts Center of Korean Culture and Arts Foundation, Seoul, The Republic of Korea; Exhibition Hall, Central Library, Keimyung University, Taegu, The Republic of Korea; Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong; The Metropolitan Museum, Manila, The Philippines; Taipei Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • 1982
    • “Making Paper.” American Craft Museum, NYC
    • “The New Explosion: Paper Art.” Fine Arts Museum of Long Island; CDS Gallery, NYC; Byer Museum, IL.
    • “Prints from Shark’s Lithography.” Denver Art Museum Denver, CO.
    • “New American Paperworks.” International Tour: Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, Alabama; Sarah Campbell Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Houston, Texas.
  • 1981
    • “Works on Paper.” Mount Holyoke College, MA.
    • “Heresies Benefit Exhibition.” Grey Art Gallery, NYC.
    • “Paper: The Work of Twenty Contemporary Artists.” Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA.
  • 1980
    • “Handmade Paper.” Getler/Pall Gallery, NYC.
    • “Paperworks.” Alice Simsar Gallery, Michigan; Besser Museum, Michigan.
    • “Processes/Innovations.” Museum of North Orange County, CA.
  • 1979
    • “The Great Big Drawing Show.” P.S.1, Institute for Art and Urban Resources, Long Island City, NY, curated by Alanna Heiss
    • “The Grid.” Pace Editions Gallery, NYC.
  • 1978
    • “New Ways with Paper.” National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC.
    • “The Handmade Paper Object.” Williams College Museum of Art.
    • “Graphica Creativa ’78.” Alvar Aalto Museum, Finland.
    • “Selections from the Contemporary Collection.” Denver Art Museum. Denver, CO.
  • 1977
    • “Drawings.” Susan Caldwell Gallery, NYC.
    • “Prints for New Collectors.” St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, MO.
    • “The Handmade Paper Object.“ Touring Exhibition: Santa Barbara Museum of Art; Oakland Art Museum; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; Johnson Museum; Jacksonville Museum of Art.
    • “Art Today.” Brooks Memorial Gallery, TN.
    • “Works on Paper.” Herron School of Art Indianapolis, IN.
  • 1976
    • “Experimental Printmaking.” Martha Jackson Gallery, NYC.
    • “Prints/New York.” Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago, IL.
    • “National Sculpture.” University of Georgia, Asheville Museum; University of Tennessee, Hunter Museum, curated by Marcia Tucker.
    • “Fifth British Print Biennial.” Bradford Museum, England.
    • “Sixth International Print Biennial.” Palace of Art, Poland.