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2024 Viridian Artists, UN-TRASHED, group show curated by Vernita Nemec

2023 Westbeth Gallery, UNNATURAL PROCESSES, group show curated by Valérie Hallier

2022 Le Petite Versailles, Invasive Species, outdoor site-specific installation in a community garden on the Lower East Side, NYC

2022 Hal Bromm Gallery, FACES 2, in Tribeca, 90 West Broadway, NYC.

2022 4heads Artist-in-Residence, two sessions/exhibitions on Colonels Row,

Governors Island, New York: Outside-In, installation of painted objects and wall
murals in a room of old military housing; and The Spirit of the Beehive, an outdoor
collaboration with Stephen Talasnik as part of the program At Rest & In Motion.

2022 King Manor Museum and York College Gallery (CUNY),
FORMATIONS: Southeast Queens Biennial, sculpture and large paintings
installed in both venues, Jamaica, NY. Rejin Leys, curator

2021 Local Project Art Space, Jean Foos: Unlock the Pattern, solo show—
50 painted relief sculptures installed in a raw industrial space, Long Island
City, NYC. With support from Queens Council on the Arts. *

2021 WomensWork.Art Gallery, Jean Foos and Ann Romero de Córdoba:
Permanent Rescue,
2-person show, Poughkeepsie, NY.

2021 Every Woman Biennial: My Love is Your Love, Copeland Gallery,
London, UK. C. Finley, curator

2021 Hal Bromm Gallery, Metamorphosis, 90 West Broadway, NYC.
Katie Svensson and Nicole Eber, curators

2021 Culture Lab LIC, PRIDE, Long Island City, NY. Orestes Gonzales and
Efrem Zelony-Mindell, curators

2021 Culture Lab LIC, Artists-in-Residence (invitational), Long Island City, NY.

2020 4heads AIR / Studio Residency, Recuerdo,

filled 2 rooms in an old officer's house with sculpture and

painted murals, Governors Island, NYC

2020 Hal Bromm Gallery, Color, 5 sculptures in a group show.

90 West Broadway, NYC

2020 Susquehanna Art Museum, Explore: Found Objects,

Harrisburg, PA. Curator: Lauren Nye

2020 The Corner at Whitman-Walker, When We First Arrived...,

Washington DC. Benefit to bring attention to ongoing imprisonment

of children at US southern border. Organized by Lucas Michael
and Mary Ellen Carroll. Curator: Ruth Noack

2020 West Windsor Arts Council, Doom & Bloom,

Princeton Junction, NJ. Curator: Vernita Nemec

2019 Empirical Nonsense Gallery / Glass Door Project,
Convulsive Beauty in the Fur Teacup Bar, Sculptural tower and
window installation on the Lower East Side: 87 Rivington Street, NYC

2019 Every Woman Biennial: I Wanna Dance With Somebody,
"Convulsive Beauty in the Fur Teacup Bar", Sculptural tower
in all women's show. La Mama Galleria, Great Jones St., NYC

2018 Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, Painting to Survive,

Curator: Jonathan Weinberg, NYC

2018 Coalition for the Homeless, Artwalk 2018,

24th Annual Benefit held at Spring Studios, NYC

2018 Plaxall Gallery, Sculptors Guild Show, Organized by

Long Island City Arts Open, NYC

2018 Atlantic Gallery, LIC-A@ATLANTIC: 2018, Organized by

Long Island City Artists, NYC

2018 The Factory, 5 Napkin Show, Organized by Long Island City

Arts Open, NYC

2017 Plaxall Gallery, Making Connections, Organized by

LICA with curator Elizabeth Hoy, NYC

2017 City Without Walls Gallery, Metro 31, Newark, NJ

2017 Jemez Fine Art, What Goes Round: for Earth Day 2017,

Jemez, New Mexico

2017 LIC Arts Open, Pandaemonium, group exhibition curated by

Seth Timothy Larson and Abigail Entsminger held during

LIC Arts Open. NYC

2017 Sideshow Gallery, Through the Rabbit Hole 2, Organized by

Richard Timperio, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NYC

2016 Gibney Dance Gallery, Re–Enliven, Curated by Elena Light,

John Cloud Kaiser and Lanelle Pintal, NYC

2016 Hunter College Art Gallery, Something Possible Everywhere:

Pier 34, NYC 1983-84, Curated by Jonathan Weinberg, featuring

photos by Andreas Sterzing, NYC

2016 Materials for the Arts Gallery, part of LIC Arts Open, NYC

2016 Sideshow Gallery, Through the Rabbit Hole, Organized by

Richard Timperio, Brooklyn, NYC

2015 OUTPOST Artists Resources, Checkered History: The Grid

in Art & Life, Organized by David Weinstein and Ruth

Kahn, Ridgewood, NYC

2015 Lesley Heller Gallery, Holiday Show, Organized by

Jonathan Baber, Orchard Street, NYC

2015 JCAL/Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning, Co-op ll,

Organized by Rejin Leys, Jamaica, NYC

2015 Langston Hughes Community Library and Cultural Center,

I catch the pattern, Corona, NYC

2015 River House Arts, Group Show, Toledo, Ohio

2015 The Factory, Shangri-La in LIC, Group Show,

Long Island City, NYC

2015 Sideshow Gallery, Sideshow Nation III, Circle the Wagons,

Brooklyn, NYC

2014 Governors Island Residency and Art Fair, ( NYC.

Fourth year of participation—organized by 4heads—

also exhibited room installations in 2008, 2009, and 20011

2014 BFP Creative, Pop-Up show, at Brooklyn Fireproof, Bushwick, NY

2014 Seton Hall Law School, City Without Walls, Newark, NJ

2013 Queens Museum, Queens International/artCommons, NYC

2013 A.I.R. Gallery, Generations IX: The Red/Pink Show!, NYC

2012 Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning, Big Queens Drawing

Show, Jamaica, NYC

2012 Jackson 1 (pop-up storefront gallery), Freecycle, Long Island City,


2011 Governors Island Art Fair, ( Governors Island, NYC.

Third year of participation; exhibited room installations in 2008

and 2009

2010 Feature Inc., Power to the People, NYC

2010 X-Initiative, Bring Your Own Art, NYC

2008 SCOPE/Miami, Art Basel, Miami Beach, FL, The Perfect


2008 Don Soker Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Summer Selections

2007 Y Gallery, Jackson Heights, NYC, Talking With My Friends

2007 Blütenweiss, Berlin, Anonymous Show

2007 Icebox Project Space, Philadelphia, PA, Temple/Tyler Painting

Alumni Invitational

2006 Raab Galerie Potsdammer Platz, Berlin, exhibition in office


2006 A.I.R. Gallery, Generations 5, NYC

2006 The Painting Center, NYC, Invitational

2004 Yale Medical Group, New Haven, CT, Artplace, Yale Physicians


2003 Raab Galerie, Berlin, Economy and Ecstasy, 8 international artists

2003 Educational Alliance, Lower East Side, NYC, My Mother’s an


2002 King’s Foot Gallery, Madison, WI, work on paper

2000 The Painting Center, 52 Greene Street, NYC, Invitational

1998 Flipside Gallery, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Paint, five painters

1997 Art in General, 79 Walker Street, NYC, Abstracted and Unfixed

1996 The Cooper Union, Cooper Square, NYC, Alumni Small Works

1994 MMC Gallery, Marymount Manhattan College, NYC, Spatial


1993 Wilmer Jennings Gallery, Kenkeleba House, East 3rd Street, NYC,

Emerging Artists

1992 Tribeca 148 Gallery, NYC, The 1.5 Show

1985 Tyler School of Art, Elkins Park, PA, Painting and Sculpture Alumni


1985 City Without Walls Gallery, Newark, NJ, Forbidden Dreams

1983 Milliken Gallery, NYC, Three Part Variety, curated by David


1982 Pier 34, multiple wall murals in an abandoned pier, NYC

1982 City Without Walls Gallery, Newark, NJ, The Metro Show

1982 Lucky Strike, (East Village Club), NYC, organized by David



Temple University Abroad, Rome, Italy; Fellowship, 1977-78

Whitney Museum Independent Study Program,

Painting studio/seminars, NYC, 1976

Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA and Rome, Italy

M.F.A. 1978; Resident Assistantship, 1975-76

Cooper Union, NYC; B.F.A. 1971-75

The Provincetown Workshop, Provincetown, MA;

2 summers: 1974 & 75


2023 Governors Island Residencies ( NYC.

Room installations with painting and sculpture over a 15 year period:
2008, 2009, 2011, 2014, 2020, 2023.

2021 Local Project Art Space, Jean Foos: Unlock the Pattern, solo show—
50 painted relief sculptures installed in a raw industrial space, Long Island
City, NYC. With support from Queens Council on the Arts. 

2014 Rayogram, New York, Rayogram Presents, paintings

2007 Y Gallery, New York, The Other Me, work on paper

2005 York Square Cinema Gallery, New Haven, CT, paintings

2003 Verso Gallery, web gallery based in San Diego

1983 City Without Walls Gallery, Newark, NJ, Six in Space,

(six individual shows)

1978 Temple University Gallery, Villa Caproni, Rome, paintings

(reviewed in the International Herald Tribune by Edith Schloss)


National Endowment for The Arts, Visual Artist Fellowship; Work on Paper, 1989-90


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