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Solo Exhibitions 2002 The Project Room, Samek Art Gallery, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania (November 3-December 8, 2002) 1999 Elizabeth Newman: Sculpture, Galerie Lelong, New York (January 21 through February 27, 1999) 1998 Recollections/Reconstructions: Sculpture by Elizabeth Newman, Van Every Smith Galleries, Davidson College, Davidson, NC (March 19 through April 26, 1998) 1997 Zolla Lieberman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois 1996 Elizabeth Newman/Ana Mendieta, (2 person exhibition), Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, Oregon 1995 Elizabeth Newman: The Hands of Mnemosyne, San Diego State University Art Gallery, California Galerie Lelong, New York 1994 Revolution Gallery, Ferndale, Michigan Fayerweather Gallery, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia 1992 Galerie Lelong, New York, New York Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois 1990 Compass Rose Gallery, Chicago, Illinois 1989 Galerie Eric Franck, Geneva, Switzerland 1986 Tyler School of Art, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania Marianne Deson Gallery, Chicago, Illinois 1985 Brookens Gallery, Sangamon State University, Springfield, Illinois 1984 Superior Street Gallery, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois Selected Group Exhibitions 2010 Selections from the MCA Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois, March-July, 2010 2002 Shift, Galerie Lelong, New York, New York 1999-2002 Almost Warm and Fuzzy: Childhood and Contemporary Art, Traveling Exhibition Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa, September 12November 21, 1999 Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, Washington, July 8-September 17, 2000
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, Arizona, October 6, 2000-January, 14. 2001 P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, New York, February 4-April 8, 2001 Fundacio’ ”la Caix”, Barcelona, Spain, April 26-July 8, 2001 Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California, August 30Novmeber 4, 2001 Art Gallery of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Novmeber 24, 2001-January 20, 2002 Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio, September 6-November 10, 2002 2001 The Artist’s Imprint/Working with Technology, The Gallery on the Hudson, Irvington, New York, April 29-June 3, 2001 2000 Welcome, Wave Hill, Bronx, New York, May 7-August 20, 2000 The 7th International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition, Traveling Exhibition University of Hawai’i Art Gallery, Honolulu, Hawai’i, March 5April April 14, 2000 Kukui Grove Center Exhibition Hall, Lihu’e Hawai’i, April 28June 24, 2000 Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art, Logan, Utah, June 20August 6, 2000 National Tsing Hua University, Hsin Chu Taewan, September 10-October 22, 2000 National Central University, Taoyuan Hsien, Taiwan, November 12-December 24, 2000 American Cultural Center, Taipei, Taiwan, January 14February 25, 2001 National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan, March 18April 29, 2001 Providence University, Taichung Hsien, Taiwan, May 20- July 1, 2000 1999 Domestic Pleasures, Galerie Lelong, NY June 17-July 23, 1999 1998 Drawings: Louise Bourgeois, Ana Mendieta, Elizabeth Newman, Mira Schendel, Galerie Lelong, NY Roots and Reeds: The Amazing Grace of the Gullah People, Bertha & Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery, Hunter College, New York, NY 1997 No Small Feat: Investigations of the Shoe in Contemporary Art, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois 1996 Food for Thought, Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI Art in Chicago: 1945-1995, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois 1995 Resonance, Gibson Art Gallery, SUNY, Potsdam, New York The Pervasiveness of Memory, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. XI Mostra da Gravura Cidade de Curitiba, organized by the Fundacao Cultural de Curitiba, Curitiba, Brazil
1994 Low Tech, CRCA, University of Texas at Arlington 1993 Art on Paper, The Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro, NC A Loose Form of Narrative, Gallery A, Chicago, Illinois Andy Goldsworthy, Alfredo Jaar, Richard Long, Ana Mendieta, Elizabeth Newman, Ursula von Rydingsvard, Galerie Lelong, New York, NY Rewriting History: The Salon of 1993, Montgomery/Glasoe Fine Art, Minneapolis, MN 1992 Art at the Armory: Occupied Territory, organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois Natural Science, John Gibson Gallery, New York, NY Focus: 13th Annual Chicago International Art Exposition, organized by Suzanne Ghez of the Renaissance Society, University of Chicago, IL 1991 Rubber Soul: Heidi Fasnacht, Nancy Grossman, Jane Laudi, Elizabeth Newman, Ken Sofer, Hannah Wilke, LedisFlam Gallery, New York, NY Places With a Past, Spoleto Festival U.S.A., Charleston, South Carolina With Nature: Goldsworthy, Laib, Laudi, Lipski, Long, Mendieta, Newman, Galerie Lelong, New York, NY 1989 Present at the Creation, Cultural Center, Chicago, Illinois Summer Hydra, Compass Rose Gallery, Chicago, Illinois Sentiment, MoMing Dance and Art Center, Chicago, Illinois 1987-89 Sculptors on Paper: New Work, Madison Art Center, Madison, WI Traveling: Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA; Kalamazoo I Institute of the Arts, Kalamazoo, MI; Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, Lincoln, NB 1988 A Contemporary Drawing Celebration: Exploring the Foundation of Sculpture, Zolla Lieberman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois Looking Out, The Rockford Art Museum, Rockford, Illinois 1987 Masks, Klein Gallery, Chicago, Illinois The Object Transformed, Minneapolis College of Art & Design, MCAD Gallery, Minneapolis, MN Cass, Klamen, Newman, Braunstein-Quay Gallery, San Francisco, CA New York-Chicago-Los Angeles, Marianne Deson Gallery, Chicago, Illinois 1986-87 Artist/Source, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL Traveling: The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, SAIC Gallery, Chicago, IL University of Tennessee, Art & Architecture Gallery, Knoxville, TN 1986 A New Generation, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL Extensions, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, SAIC Gallery, Chicago, IL
Fetish Art: Obsessive Expressions, Rockford Art Museum, Rockford, IL New Artists/New Work, Marianne Deson Gallery, Chicago, IL Drawings: Chicago and Vicinity Show, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL Bibliography -----, “Art”, The New Yorker, March 13, 1995, p.21 -----, “Places with a Past’ Opens in Charleston”, The Journal of Art, June/July/August, 1991 -----, “Elizabeth Newman: Fayerweather Gallery”, Observer, (Charlottesville, VA), Feb. 3, 1994, p.8 -----, “Welcome”, Wave Hill News, Summer, 2000 Abell, Jeff, “Artist/Source” The New Art Examiner, January, 1987, vol. 14, No. 5, p. 51 Abrams, Janet, “Art at the Armory: Occupied Territory”, Frieze Magazine, Issue 9, March-April 1993 Artner, Alan G., “Newman Turns to the Past to get Viewers Attention”, Chicago Tribune, July 10, 1997, Tempo 2, Section 5. Artner, Alan G., “Show Shines Light on Art Institute Graduates”, Chicago Tribune, Septmeber 11, 1986, p. 9 Brenson, Michael, “Places With a Place’, Forceful, Pure Exhibits”, The News and Courier, (Charleston, S.C.), Wednesday, May 28, 1991, pp. A56 Borum, Jennifer P., “Elizabeth Newman”, ArtForum, May, 1992, p.119 Brenson, Michael, “ Visual Arts Join Spoleto Festival U.S.A.”, The New York Times, Monday, May 27, 1991, Arts Section, p. 11 Brotman, Barbara, “Crash Course for Curators”, Tempo, Chicago Tribune, Sunday, August 23, 1992 Collins, Bradford R., “History Lessons”, Art in America, November 1991, pp. 64-70 Cotter, Holland, “Elizabeth Newman”, The New York Times, Friday, February 7, 1992 Day, Jeffrey, “Spoleto Originals”, The State, (Columbia, SC), Sunday, March 10, 1991 Drake, Nicholas, “Site Specific Art Merges Ideas and Places”, The Evening Post, (Charleston, SC), June 4, 1991, pp. 5A, 6A Gamble, Alison, “Art at the Armory: Occupied Territory, Strategic Occupation”, New Art Examiner, Jan. 1993, p. 17 Gillespie, Mary, “Armory Art Show Weds Past, Future”, Chicago SunTimes, Friday, September 11, 1992 Glueck, Grace, “Roots and Reeds: The Amazing Grace of the Gullah People”, The New York Times, Feb. 27, 1998 Gordon, Harvey, “Sculptors on Paper”, Kalamazoo Gazette, September
16, 1988 Hawkins, Margaret,”Graduate Show is a Feast of Ideas”, Chicago SunTimes, September 19, 1986, p. 62 Hellekson, Diane, “The Raw and the Undercooked”, Artpaper, October 1987, Vol. 7, No. 2, p. 17 (illust.) Hixson, Catherine, “Elizabeth Newman”, New Art Examiner, December, 1986, p. 43 Holg, Garrett, “For Armory Show, Artists Find New Territory’ To Relate Experiences”, Chicago Sun-Times, Sunday, Oct. 18, 1992 Holland, Cotter, “Elizabeth Newman”, Art in Review, The New York Times, February 7, 1992 Jenkins, Nicholas, “Elizabeth Newman”, ArtNews, Summer, 1992, p. 131132 Klein, Elaine, “New Exhibit Offers Look into Sculptor’s Thoughts”, Kalamazoo Gazette, September 11, 1988 Klein, Elaine, “ Sculpture, Prints and Photos Make Up Varied KIA Exhibits”, Kalamazoo Gazette, September 5, 1988 Knight, Christopher, “Chicago’s Armory Given a Parting Shot”, Chicago Times,October 1992 Knight, Christopher, “A Parting Shot for Chicago’s Armory”, Los Angeles Times, September 30, 1992 Latter, Ruth, “Gallery Becomes a Canvas for an Artist’s Memory”, The Daily Progress, (Charlottesville, VA), Jan. 27, 1994 Leonard, Michael, “A Romantic Darkness”, Art Week , Vol. 18, No. 26, July 15, 1987, p.6 Lodden, Diana, “Seeing With All Senses: A Unique View of the Armory Show at the MCA”, F-Magazine, 1993 Luecking, Stephen, “Chicago Sculpture: A Nuts and Bolts Eloquence”, New Art Examiner, October 1988, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 38-42 (illust.) MacMillan, Kyle, “Sculptors Confront Limitations of Two Dimensions”, Sunday World-Herald (Lincoln, Nebraska), April 9, 1989 Mahoney, Robert, “Spoleto Festival USA: Places With a Past”, Flash Art, (May/June 1991), Vol. XXIV, No. 158 Maschal, Richard, “Why All the Fuss?...’Places With a Past’ Expands Spoleto Vision”, The Charlotte Observer, Sunday, June 9, 1991, pp. 1F,6F Matthews, Stanley, “ Art at the Armory: Occupied Territory. The Body Politic”, Dialogue, Jan/Feb. 1993, p. 12-13 McCracken, David, “A New Generation from SAIC”, Visions, Autumn, 1986, p.8-9 (illust.) McCracken, David, “Gallery Scene”, Chicago Tribune, August 11, 1989, Section 7, p.56 McCracken, David, “Gallery Scene”, Chicago Tribune, October 13, 1989, Section 7, p. 58 (illust.) McWilliams, Martha, “Object Lessons”, Washington City Paper, August 11, 1995, p. 41 Melrod, George, “Elizabeth Newman”, Art in America, April, 1992, p. 163
Melrod, George, “Natural Science”, ArtNews, January, 1993 Michael, Peggy, “Sculptors on Paper”, Kalamazoo Institute of Art Forum, September, 1988, Vol. 1, No. 2 Patner, Andrew, “In Review”, Art & Antiques, November 1992, p.83 Pincus, Robert L., “Childhood Regained”, The San Diego Tribune, November 30, 1995, p. 35 Pollack, Richard, “A New Generation from SAIC”, Chicago Magazine, September, 1986, p. 56 Postoglione, Corey, “Art at the Armory: Occupied Territory. Not so Site Specific”, Dialogue, Jan/Feb. 1993, p.14 Richard, Paul, “Retrieved Memory”, The Washington Post, May 21, 1995 Smith, Roberta, “In Installation Art, A Bit of the Spoiled Brat”, The New York Times, Sunday, Jan. 3, 1993, p.31 Smith, Roberta, “Also of Note”, The New York Times, March 17, 1995, p.C29 Snitzer, Joan, “ Elizabeth Newman”, Tema Celeste, April/May, 1992, p.99 Snitzer, Joan, “ The Question of Gender in Arts”, Tema Celeste, Winter, 1993, p. 58 Stamets, Russe A., “Art Center Exhibits Bat One-for Three”, Wisconsin State Journal, December 17, 1987, Section 4 Stevens, Mitchell, “ Art at the Armory: Occupied Territory”, Reader, October 8, 1992, p. 34-35 Stockinger, Jacob, “ In Sculptor’s Blueprints, Art is Molded on Paper”, The Capital Times, December 11, 1987 Szabat, A.M., “Sculptors on Paper’ Serves as Letters of Introduction to Most Lincolnites”, Lincoln Nebraska Journal, April 6, 1989 Thorson, Alice, “Chicago and Vicinity Show/1985”, New Art Examiner, October, 1985, pp.12, 33-34 Tilendis, Robert, “Elizabeth Newman/Compass Rose”, Dialogue, January/February 1991 Westerbeck, Colin, “ A New Generation from SAIC”, ArtForum, Vol. XXV, No. 4, December 1986, p.120 (illust.) Yood, James, “ Elizabeth Newman/Compass Rose Gallery”, ArtForum, December, 1990 Yood, James, “Art at the Armory: Occupied Territory, MCA”, ArtForum, December, 1992, p.86 Zimmer, William, “ Pieces of Domesticity and Links to Nature”, The New York Times, June 11, 2000 Zimmerman, David, “ Art Spaces Occupy Pre-Demolition Armory”, USA Today, October, 8, 1992, p. 3C Catalogues Retorn al Pais de les Meravelles: L’Art Contemporani i la Infancia, Exhibition Catalogue, Fundacio “la Caixa”, Barcelona, Spain,
2001 (illust.) Almost Warm and Fuzzy: Childhood and Contemporary Art, Exhibition Catalogue, Des Moines Art Museum, Des Moines, Iowa, 1999 (illust.) The 7th International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition, Exhibition Catalogue, University of Hawai’i Art Gallery, Honolulu, Hawai’i Art in Chicago 1945-1995, Exhibition Catalogue, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois, 1996 (illust.) American Art Today: Clothing as Metaphor, Exhibition Catalogue, The Art Museum at Florida International University, Miami, Florida, 1993 (illust.) Art At the Armory: Occupied Territory, Exhibition Catalogue, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois, 1992 (illust.) Places With a Past: New Site Specific Art at Charleston’s Spoleto Festival, Exhibition Catalogue, Spoleto Festival USA, 1991 (illust.) Present at the Creation, Exhibition Catalogue, Chicago Public Library Cultural Center, 1989, (illust.) Extensions, Exhibition Catalogue, The School of the Art Institute, Chicago, Illinois, 1987, (illust.) Artist/Source, Northern Illinois University School of Art, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, 1986 (illust.) Drawings: The Eighty First Exhibition by Artists of Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, 1985 (illust.) Fellowships/Grants 1989 Illinois Arts Council, Individual Artist Fellowship, Visual Arts 1988 National Endowment for the Arts, Visual Artist Fellowship Grant, Sculpture Chicago Artist Abroad, Individual Artist Fellowship 1987 Illinois Arts Council, Individual Artist Fellowship, Visual Arts 1986 Illinois Arts Council, Special Assistance Grant, Visual Arts
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