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Selected Exhibitions

2013                 How you gonna get back to Jersey?     Plant House, NYC

2012                 The Light of the Sublime, Cary Graphic Arts Collection, RIT. Rochester, NY

2011                 Ibidem, AB23. Vicenza, Italy

2010                 The Light of the Sufis, Houston Museum of Fine Art, Houston, Texas

2009                 The Light of the Sufis, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn,NY

Prints, Universidade Belas Arte, Sao Paulo Brasil

2008                 Prints, Galeria Gravura Brasileira, Sao Paulo Brasil

Mysticism, Satire, and the Legendary Past,  Leila Taghinia-Milani Heller Gallery, NewYork, New York

2007                 Proclamations of Immortality,  Harvard College Library, Cambridge, MA

Sacred Texts, Contemporary Forms,  Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

2006                 IPCNY Invitational, Internnational Print Center, New York, NY

2005                 Crossing Disciplines, Schaffler Gallery. Brooklyn, New York

2003                 Work in Process,  Kristen Fredrickson Contemporary. New York, NY

Spring Show,  International Print Center, New York, NY

2002                 Committed to Print,  5 + 5 Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

2001                 PRINTS. Mark Woolley Gallery, Portland, Oregon

2000                 Dealers Choice, Bridgewater, Lustberg and Blumenfeld, New York, NY        

GREATER NEW YORK, P.S.1 Institute for Contemporary Art, Queens, NY

Books and Portfolios, Julie Cencebaugh Contemporary, New York, NY*

1999                 Century, Bridgewater, Lustberg & Blumenfeld, New York, NY    

PRINTS, Mark Woolley Gallery, Portland, Oregon*    

Fusion, Galeria Centro Colombo Americano,  Medelin, Columbia

Print Council of America, Leroy Neiman Print Center, New York, NY

Divergent Print, Maas Gallery, White Plains, NY

1998                 Printmakers Portfolio, B.A.C. United States Courthouse, Brooklyn, New York

Bob Blackburn's Printmaking Workshop, John Jay College, New York, NY

1997                 The Story of the Eye, Distributed Art Publishers, New York, NY   

Conversations on Unimaginable Journeys, New Orleans Print Shop, New Orleans, Louisiana*

1996                 FUSION, Museo de Arte- Universidad Nacional, Santefe de Bogata, Columbia

Four Women Artists, The Upstairs Gallery, Ithaca, New York    

Masterprinters and Masterpieces, Kaoshiung Museum of Fine Art, ROC

1995                 Through Women's Eyes, N.G.O. Forum on Women, Huairou, China

PRINTS, Upstairs Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts

1993                 Fast Tracks, Progressive Culture Works, Jersey City, New Jersey

The Printmaking Workshop, Fordham University, New York, NY

1992                 BAG A.I.D.S.  Montgomery Park , Portland, Oregon

1989                 Portland Art Museum A.I.D.S. Benefit,  Portland, Oregon 



2006                 A Sense of Place, Print Portfolio organized by artists from The Netherlands, 

United States, United Kingdom, Jorden and New Zealand

2005                 Derelicts, Liars, and Theives, Portfolio Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

2003                 Fragments of Light- Masnavi- Jalaluddin Mohammad Rumi, Translated from the Persian by Zahra Partovi. Published by Vincent FItzGerald & Co., New York, NY

Printmaker's Portfolio- Brooklyn Arts Council, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Story of the Eye, Georges Bataille, (1928) The Institute for Cultural Inquiry, Los Angelos, California.



The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, New York

The Library of Congress, Washington D.C.

Columbia University, New York, New York.

Lirik Kabinett, Munich, Germany.

Houghton Library, Harvard University Cambridge, MA.

Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA.

New York Public Library, New York, New York.

Munson Williams Proctor Institute, Utica, New York.

Brooklyn Arts Council, Brooklyn, New York. 



2013                  Poeti e Pittori. Marcus Edizioni, Napoli, Italia

2011                  Secondo Tempo, Libro Quarantatreesimo. Marcus Edizioni, Napoli, Italia

2009                  Islamic Art at the Brooklyn Museum. Sunday Arts- Channel Thirteen. NY,NY

Illumination. The New York Observer, Marjorie Welish, July 24, 2009

The Many Voices of Enlightenment. The New York Times, Holland Cotter. June 11, 2009

Keeping the Faith. On the Horizon- New Yorker. April 20, 2009

2003                 Work in Process, Kristen Frederiskson. Kristen Frederickson Gallery, NY

2003                 A Legacy of Diversity: New Prints 2003/Winter Hirsch, Faye Hirsch

2000                 Art on Paper, Faye Hirsch. Working Proofs Vol.4, No. 5- New York, NY     

1999                 Delicate Forms, Seductive Aesthetics, The Oregonian, D. K. Row. Nov. 19, 1999 

1996                 Fusion, Maria del Pilar Lopez. Museo de Arte Universidad Nacional Santefe de Bogata, Columbia.

1996                 Master Pieces and Master Printers, Liu Li Lundin. Kaoshiung Museum, Kaoshiung, Republic of China



1998                 Therese McCabe Ralston Connor Award - New York, New York


Professional Experience

2005 to present  Professor Fine Art, Pratt Institute. Brooklyn, New York

2011                 Guest Critic: Residency Program- Lower East Side Print Shop, New York, NY.

2008                 Invited Juror: Residency Program -Lower East Side Printshop, New York, NY.

2006                 Lecture: Addressing Global Issues: The Role of Creative Scholarship. The University and Civil Society- Autonomy and Responsibility, Bologna, Italy.

Artist Talk: Collaboration, Place, and History: a discussion with Aminah Robinson. Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life. Columbus, Ohio.

2001                 Invited Juror -Residency Program- Dieu Donne, New York, NY

1998                 Adjunct Lecturer: S.U.N.Y. Purchase- Purchase, New York

Visiting Assistant Professor: Parsons School of Design- Altos de Chavon La Romana, Dominican Republic

Curator: Representing Women, World Conference on Women -N.G.O. Forum. Beijing, China

1992-1998      Master Printer: The Printmaking Workshop, New York, NY. Collaborations include: Maya Lin, Willie Birch, Tim Rollins & KOS, Juan Sanchez, Vincent Smith,                                   Alison Saar, Will Barnett, Nancy Grossman, and the Estate of Hale Woodruff                                                 



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