JUDIE BAMBER

Born Detroit, Michigan Lives and works in Los Angeles, California Education 1983 BFA, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California

One Person Exhibitions 2006 2005 2004 1996 1994 1992 1991 1990 1989 Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, California

Project Series 26: Judie Bamber: Further Horizons, Pomona College Museum of Art,
Claremont, California (catalogue) Gorney Bravin + Lee, New York City, New York Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, California Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, California Rubin/Spangle Gallery, New York City, New York Roy Boyd Gallery, Santa Monica, California Roy Boyd Gallery, Santa Monica, California Laurie Rubin Gallery, New York City, New York

Group Exhibitions 2010 2009 2008 2005

The Visible Vagina, David Nolan Gallery, New York City, New York mama•san, The Glendale College Art Gallery, Glendale, California C.O.L.A. 2008 Individual Artist Fellowships Exhibition, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery,
Los Angeles, California

New Works on Paper, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, California The Great Outdoors, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, California Liquid Los Angeles: Currents of Contemporary Watercolor Painting, Pasadena Museum of
California Art, Pasadena, California

2004

The Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

SPF, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, California
2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

Intimates, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, California
Occidental College, Los Angeles, California Gorney Bravin + Lee, New York City, New York

Judie Bamber & Catherine Opie: Ghost Image, Gorney Bravin + Lee, New York City,
New York

Annual Drawing Show, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina,
Greenboro, North Carolina

Painting Pictures, Beaver College Art Gallery, Spruance Fine Arts Center, Glenside,
Pennsylvania

N. Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions. Phoenix Art Museum. California (catalogue) Sensual Disturbance. Cambridge. Arthur Rogers Gallery. and Art Center College of Design. UC Irvine Fine Arts Gallery. University of California. Hollywood. Bliss Gallery. Elkins Park. UC Irvine Fine Arts Gallery. Boise Art Museum.JUDIE BAMBER . Pennsylvania Back Talk. California Faculty/Staff: New Work. California (catalogue) 1992 1991 1991 1990 In Pursuit of a Devoted Repulsion. New York City. Wight Art Gallery. The Centre Gallery. California Art of Seduction. MIT List Visual Arts Center. California (catalogue) Drawings. California (catalogue) 1994 Bad Girls West. Irvine. UCLA at the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center. Idaho (catalogue) Uprooted. Arizona (catalogue) Paper Trails: The Eidetic Image. Temple University. College of Creative Studies. Boise. Roy Boyd Gallery. Florida (catalogue) 1993 The Phoenix Triennial: Contemporary Identities: 23 Artists. University of California. Feature. Mayers Bloom Gallery. California (catalogue) Pervert. Santa Barbara. Long Beach. California Regarding masculinity. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. New York In a Different Light. University of California. California 1995 The Moderns. Santa Barbara. Contemporary Arts Forum. University Art Museum. University of California. Massachusetts (catalogue) . Hollywood. Nomadic Site.E. The Armory. Los Angeles. Santa Monica.page 2 Group Exhibitions (continued) 1996 Sexual Politics: Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party in Feminist Art History. California (catalogue) Drawn from L. New Orleans. California Not So Simple Pleasures.A. Dade Community College. University of California.. Pasadena. Pasadena. Santa Monica. California L. Newberry School of Beauty. California (catalogue) True Bliss. Miami. Chicago. Phoenix.A.A. California The Underthings. Irvine. Times. Illinois someone or Somebody. Temple Gallery. Los Angeles. Krannert Art Museum.M. Berkeley. Gallery. Louisiana public and Private Pleasures. Long Beach Museum of Art. Illinois Sugar and Spice.

New Langton Arts. Los Angeles. "Love and Loss. ed. Andrea. California Contention. Claremont. Stux Gallery. Steven. Harper's.” The artblog. June 7. Carol Vena-Mondt. Nayland.Holland. __. David “Painting Mere Moments in Time. Illinois 1987 L.” Los Angeels Times. "LA Portraiture: Post-Cool. SF Camerawork. New York City.A.Laurie Rubin Gallery. Judie Bamber.A. Susan. Northbrook." Los Angeles Times. Naumann Fine Art and David Nolan Gallery. Pagel. Orange County Edition. Marc Richards Gallery. San Francisco. October: 124-131. LA Times. Los Angeles. 1997 1996 Curtis. MIT List Visual Arts Center. Illinois: Hirsch Farm Project (exhibition catalogue). July 5: F1. Tony Greene." Art in America. "Artists Who Teach. “Reclaiming Women’s Anatomy: The Visible Vagina at Francis M. New York City. February 26. California 1989 Climate 89. Michael. February: 26. March: 32. Massachusetts: The Open Studios Press: 10-13 (illustrated). Chicago. __." Los Angeles Times. September 12: F11.A. Duncan. Cotter. California Three Hundred Years of Still Life. San Francisco. “COLA Indivisual Artist Fellowships exhibition at Barnsdall Park”. “Judie Bamber at Gorney Bravin + Lee.JUDIE BAMBER . California: Pomona College Museum of Art. David. “Further Horizons. 17. Boston. Cleveland. California Terri Zupac. Jan Baum Gallery.page 3 Group Exhibitions (continued) Faces. Los Angeles. Cathy. California Judie Bamber.. New York Recent Art from L. Blake. Contemporary Art in an Age of Uncertainty. Exhibition catalogue with a forward by Rebecca McGrew (illustrated). __. Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art. 2008 Pagel. 2003 1999 1998 Zevitas. New American Paintings. "Judie Bamber and Kurt Kauper. Los Angeles." The New York Times. March. Kandel. New York Thick and Thin. California 1988 L.” Judie Bamber: Further Horizons. Massachusetts (catalogue) The Bad Seed. Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions. May: 172. Cambridge. Los Angeles. January 2: E41. Center for Contemporary Art. California (in collaboration with Nancy Barton) Bibliography 2010 2008 2006 2005 Kirsh. 2006 Maine. . Stephen. Hot and Cool: Selections. Michael Kohn Gallery.” Art in America. Hot and Cool. Ohio Lace Annual. Out. Fahey/Klein Gallery.

"Review." Los Angeles Times. Susan." Artforum. Kandel. November: 137." Art Papers. June 16: F9. "Review. Rising.” Artspace. “The Aesthetics of Containment. Ltd. David. "Should Personal Desires be on Public Display. Art & Design. Robert. Kandel. Summer: 18-22 Clothier. Pagel. Cherry. October: 123. Hope. December: 10. "Art Exhibition Altered After Criticism.A. Svitil. in Review." Arts Magazine. Christopher. Greene." Artforum." The Village Voice.A. March 24: F2." Arts Magazine." Visions." Los Angeles Times." Art in America.page 4 Bibliography (continued) Petry. Drohojowska-Philp. ." Art Issues. Amelia. "Public and Private Pleasures. (Los Angeles). "Review. 1995 Knight. "Review. "Nether Nether Land. Calendar: 7." Art in America. 1992 1991 Jones. "L. Urban." Los Angeles Times. Torene. "Feminism Incorporated. Maschke." Art Issues. David. "Representing the Unrepresentable. Shauna. February 8: F1.JUDIE BAMBER . 1994 Duncan. "Bad Girls. March 20: F10. Bonnie. Lawrence. Michael. Damn Fine Art. February: 90. "Ten for the 90s. Kathy L. Michael. "L. Christopher. Knight. Susan. December: 81. "Judie Bamber at Laurie Rubin. Duncan. "Our Gang. Gerstler. Michael. David. April: 154. Ken. Gipe. London: Cassell. November/December: 35-36." Los Angeles Times." Visions. Robert. September: 154. October: 32. Amy. in Review. Jones. September/October: 27. October: 108-109. "Review. April: 268 1989 Raczka. Spring: 8-12." Los Angeles Times. November/ December: 56-57 Gerstler. Johnson.A. 1993 Pagel. Clearwater." Los Angeles Reader. Smyth. April 24: 13. "Judie Bamber: Playmate of the Year. June 17: 18. Peter. Amelia." Art Issues." Art in America. London: Academy Group. "Lesbian and Gay wahtzis. Abstract Eroticism. June: 71-72. Snow. Amy. "Judie Bamber at Roy Boyd. "Bad Girls: Feminism On the Wry. F8. "Review. Hunter." After Image." Art News. "L. November/December: 14-16 Atkins." Los Angeles Reader.

Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions Exhibitions Committee. Hirsch Farm Project Art Matters. Inc. Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions .JUDIE BAMBER .page 5 Awards and Artists Projects 2007 1996 1992 COLA Grant Tahiti: Contemporary Art in an Age of Uncertainty. Grant Recipient Organizations 1991-93 1991-95 Board of Directors.