Alyson Shotz, biography

Born 1964 in Glendale, Arizona. Lives and works in New York, USA.

EDUCATION


1991
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, MFA

1987
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island, BFA

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS


2022
San Francisco Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose, CA

2021
Grace Farms, New Canaan, CT

2020
Derek Eller Gallery, NYC, The Small Clocks Run Wild

2019
Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC
Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, TN

2017
Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY
James Harris Gallery, Seattle, WA

2016
Alyson Shotz: Plane Weave, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Alyson Shotz, Weave and Fold, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Art in the Garden – Alyson Shotz, Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum, San Antonio, TX

2015
Light & Shadow, Galleri Andersson/Sandström, Stockholm, Sweden
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, Charleston, SC

2014
Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum, Hamilton College, NY
Derek Eller Gallery, NY
Carolina Nitsch Project Room, NY

2013
Invariant Interval, Visual Arts Center, University of Texas, Austin
Geometry of Light, Eli and Edythe Broad Museum
Fluid State, Carolina Nitsch Contemporary Art, New York, NY
Chroma, Derek Eller Gallery, North Room, New York, NY

2012
Fluid State, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis
Alyson Shotz: Selected Work, Borås Konstmuseum, Borås, Sweden
Ecliptic, Phillips Collection, Washington, DC
Interval, Galeria Vartai, Vilnius, Lithuania

2011
Geometry of Light, Espace Louis Vuitton, Tokyo
Fundamental Forces, Galleri Andersson/Sandström, Stockholm and Umeå
Fundamental Forces, Carolina Nitsch Contemporary Art, New York, NY
Wavelength, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY
Bloomberg Philanthropies, New York, NY

2010
Sightings #1: Alyson Shotz, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas
Standing Wave, Wexner Center for the Arts, The Ohio State University, Columbus

2009
Drawing Through Space, The Warehouse Gallery, Syracuse University
Phase Shift, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

2008
New Work: Shotz, Kempinas, Temple, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
Augustus Saint Gaudens Foundation, Cornish, NH
Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

2007
Infinite Space, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY
Summer Installation, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
Topologies, Richard E. Peeler Art Center, DePauw University, IN

2006
Topologies, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, WI

2005
C2, Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, FL
Light, Sound, Space, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
A Moment in Time and Space, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

2004
Cross Sections, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
The Shape of Space, Rice University Art Gallery, Houston, TX
The Simple Forms, Ingalls & Associates/Lemonsky Projects, Miami, FL

2003
A Slight Magnification of Altered Things, The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum, Saratoga, NY
Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

2002
Lemon Sky Projects, Los Angeles, CA
Susan Inglett, New York, NY

1999
Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, PA

1997
Lemon Sky Projects, Los Angeles, CA

1996
Susan Inglett, New York, NY


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS


2021
“Line of Wit”,
GUGGENHEIM BILBAO, curated by Lekha Hileman Waitoller,  June 11, 2021-February 6, 2022 (incl. George Baselitz, Miquel Barceló,Fischli and Weiss, Prudencio Irazabal, Alex Katz, Yoko Ono)

“Land of Broken Dreams” (convening of artists, poets, singers, dancers, thinkers, and scholars during Carrie Mae Weems’ month-long solo exhibition – The Shape of Things), at The Park Avenue Armory, December 10, 5:00pm 

“Taking Space: Contemporary Women Artists and the Politics of Scale”, curated by Jodi Throckmorton and Brittany Webb, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum, Philadelphia, PA (including Vija Celmins, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Mikalene Thomas, Miriam Shapiro, Deborah Willis, Ebony Patterson Louise Fishman, Donna Nelson, Wangechi Mutu and others)“Seeing Differently: The Phillips Collects for a New Century”, The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, February 20- September 12, 2021 (including: Benny Andrews, Simone Leigh, Janet Taylor Pickett, Leo Villareal, Zilla Sanchez, Sam Gilliam and others)

“Signs in a Series”, Crown Point Press, San Francisco, CA

“Alyson Shotz: A Moment in Time: Installation Spotlight“, Taubman Museum, Roanoke, VA, June 28, 2019 – December 29, 2024

2020
People For the American Way, “Enough of Trump Campaign”, organized by Carrie Mae Weems (including LaToya Ruby Frazier, Jeffrey Gibson, Mark Thomas Gibson, Deborah Kass, Christine Sun Kim, Takaaki Matsumoto, Amalia Mesa-Bains, Beverly McIver, Sam Messer, Ed Ruscha, Hank Willis Thomas, Cayetano Valenzuela)

 “Alyson Shotz and 3D to 2D:  A Group Exhibition”, Crown Point Press, San Francisco, CA

“Future Artifacts”, University of North Carolina, Projective Eye Gallery, Charlotte, NC 

“Alyson Shotz: A Moment in Time: Installation Spotlight“, Taubman Museum, Roanoke, VA, June 28, 2019 – December 29, 2024

2019
“Light and Shadow: Alyson Shotz and Kumi Yamashita”, Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS

A Nation Reflected: Stories in American Glass, curated by John Gordon, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT

Work from the collection in the North Forest, curated by Lauren Haynes, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, AK

“Alyson Shotz: A Moment in Time: Installation Spotlight“, Taubman Museum, Roanoke, VA, June 28, 2019 – December 29, 2024

Work from the Collection, Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL

2018
Art is Changing
, Eli and Edythe Broad Museum, curated by Steven Bridges, MSU, MI

Work from the collection in the North Forest, curated by Lauren Haynes, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, AK

Interventions, Yancey Richardson Gallery, NYC (with John Baldessari, Mary Ellen Bartley, Marco Breuer, Gordon Matta Clark, Moyra Davey, Jay Defeo, Sandi Haber Fifield, Bryan Graf, Pello Irazu, Matthew Jensen, Kenneth Josephson, Elad Lassry, Mary Lum, Joe Maida, Vik Muniz, Rachel Perry, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Erin Shirreff, Doug & Mike Starn, Mickalene Thomas, Masao Yamamoto)

Heat Brain, Derek Eller Gallery, NYC (with Michael Berryhill, Nicole Cherubini, Steve DiBenedetto, David Dupuis, Jess Fuller, Henry Gunderson, Chip Hughes, Peter Linde Busk, John Newman, Michelle Segre, Nancy Shaver, Alyson Shotz)

Pia Camil, E.V. Day, Sarah Lucas. Wangechi Mutu, Ebony G. Patterson and Alyson Shotz, Carolina Nitsch Project Room, NYC

Summer Exhibition, The Long House, East Hampton, NY

2017
Art & Space (El Arte y el Espacio), curated by Manuel Ciraqui, GUGGENHEIM BILBAO, Bilbao, Spain (with Zarina Hashmi, Isa Genzken, Eva Hesse, Gordon Matta Clark, Vija Celmins, Agnieszka Kurant, Pierre Huyghe, Jean-Luc Moulène, Bruce Nauman, Damien Ortega, Julie Mehretu, Cristina Iglesias and others)

2016
Indestructible Wonder, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA (with Diana Thater, Ruth Asawa, Val Britton, Richard Misrach, Lisa Adams, Chester Arnold and others)

140 Artists-15 Years, Galleri Andersson/Sandstrom, Umea, Sweden

Through a Looking Glass, Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, Stony Brook University, NY

2015
Art Basel Parcours, Basel, Switzerland
Intersections: Fifth Anniversary, The Phillips Collection, Washington, D
Espirit Dior, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, China
Wellin Collects, Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art, Hamilton College, Clinton, NY
Natural impulses, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Material Fix, John Michael Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI
Taking Form: Quality in Clay, James Harris Gallery, Seattle, WA

2014
Fact of the Matter: Artists of Socrates Sculpture Park, Curated by John Hatfield, Socrates Sculpture Park at 1285 Ave. of the Americas Art Gallery, New York, NY

Blue: Matter, Mood and Melancholy, 21C, Cincinnati, OH

Imperfect Surface: Dieu Donné Paper Invitational, Dieu Donne, New York, NY

Regarding the Forces of Nature, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Bowdoin, ME

Simply Drawn: Gifts to the Columbus Museum from the Collection of Wynn Kramarsky, Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA

Pattern Follow The Rules, Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver

2013
Pattern Follow The Rules, curated by Ali Gass, Eli and Edythe Broad Museum, East Lansing, MI

Summer of Photography, Carolina Nitsch Project Room, New York, NY

Force of Nature, curated by Diana Campbell, Phoenix Market City Public Art Program, Chennai, India

Espirit Dior, Grand Palais, Paris, France

Play Things, The New York Public Library, New York, NY (forthcoming)

Sequent, Crown Point Press Gallery, San Francisco, CA (forthcoming)

2012
Sculpture Biennial, Borås Konstmuseum, Borås, Sweden

Light and Landscape, curated by Nora Lawrence, Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, NY

Systemic, Carolina Nitsch Project Room, New York, NY

Sculpted Matter, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY

Motion and Emotion: Contemporary Art from Gerhard Richter to Chakaia Booker, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, ME

Art in the Fields, The Fields Sculpture Park, Art OMI, Ghent, NY

2011
The More Things Change, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

The Limits, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Ontario, Canada

Fracturing the Burning Mirror, ICA, Maine College of Art, Portland, ME

Storm King at Fifty, 5+5: New Perspectives, Storm King Arts Center, Mountainville, NY

Picturing Technology: Land and Machine, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, WI

2010
Contemplating the Void: Interventions in the Guggenheim Museum, Guggenheim Museum, New York 

Material World, MASS MoCA , North Adams, MA

Storm King at Fifty, 5+5: New Perspectives, Storm King Arts Center, Mountainville, NY

10 Years Carolina Nitsch Editions 2000-2010, Project Room, New York, NY 

Ways of Seeing: EV Day, Richard Dupont, Alyson Shotz, Carolina Nitsch Project Room, New York, NY 

Face Your Demons, Milliken Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden

Wall to Wall, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Transparency and Trans-formations: American Art at the Residence, Stockholm, Sweden

2009
Living Color, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.

Age of the Marvelous, Holy Trinity Church, Marylebone, London

New York New Drawings, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Esteban Vicente, Segovia, Spain

Reflecting Transformation, No Longer Empty/Caledonia Storefront, New York, NY 

Under the Influence, Girls Club Collection, Miami, Fl

Sparkle and Glitter, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

New Work, Reynolds Gallery, Richmond, VA

2008
Currents: Recent Acquisitions, Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, DC

In Pure Land, Isis Gallery, London

Landscapes for Frankenstein, Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY 

Boson Exotic, Rupert Ravens Contemporary, Newark, NJ

Making Visible, the Invisible: Abstract Art from MMOCA’s permanent Collection, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, WI

MultiXply, A+D Gallery, Columbia College, Chicago, IL

New Prints 2008, IPCNY, New York, NY

2007
The Shapes of Space, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

Written in Light, Bloomberg LP, curated by Zeljka Himbele, New York, NY

NeoIntegrity, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

All You Desire, PPOW Gallery, New York, NY

2006
Light x 8, The Jewish Museum, New York, NY

Deep Freeze, Mehr Gallery, New York, NY

Art Basel, Carolina Nitsch Contemporary Art, New York, NY

ArtRock, Rockefeller Center, New York, NY

Garden, Visual Arts Center of Richmond, Richmond, VA

3D: An Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture, Carl Solway Gallery, Cinncinnati

Dan Fisher/Alyson Shotz, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

Uneasy Nature, Weatherspoon Art Museum, North Carolina

Inaugural Group Show, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

2005
Labyrinths, David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown University, RI

Sculpture- Alyson Shotz, Tara Donovan, Kirsten Hassenfeld  , Beverly Reynolds Gallery, Richmond, VA

Repeat Performance, Anthony Grant Gallery, New York, NY

Blooming, Carl Solway Gallery, Cinncinnati, OH

Art Basel/ Miami, Carolina Nitsch Contemporary Art, New York, NY

Alyson Shotz/Julianne Schwartz, Mixed Greens, New York, NY

2004
Needful Things: Contemporary Multiples, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Ohio

SPECTRUMS: Newer Media Imaging in Photography and Photo-Related Artwork,

Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA

Art Basel, Carolina Nitsch Contemporary Art, New York, NY

¬reGenerations: Environmental Art in California, Armory Center for the Arts, LA

Editions Spotlight: Carolina Nitsch, Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, MA

2003
Unnaturally, curated by Mary-Kay Lombino, ICI Tour: Contemporary Art Museum, University of South Florida, Tampa; Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California; H&R Block Space at the Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City; Copia Center for the Arts, Napa,CA, Lowe Art Museum, Miami

Yard: an Exhibition about the Private Landscape that Surrounds Domestic Architecture, Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, NY

Larger Than Life: Women Artists Making it Big, Susquehanna Art Museum, PA

Strange Worlds, Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery at Hunter College, New York, NY

Supercool, Katherine Markel Fine Arts, New York, NY

2002
Mirror Mirror, MASS MoCA, MA

Fictions in Wonderland, Beverly Reynolds Gallery, VA

Into the Woods, Julie Saul Gallery, New York, NY

Dangerous Beauty, curated by Manon Slome, JCC, New York, NY

2001
Digital Printmaking Now, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY

Plant Life, K.S. Art, New York, NY

Being There, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY

Material Whirled, Art in General, New York, NY

Sensing the Forest, Wave Hill, Bronx, NY

Mixed Greens at Space 101, Brooklyn, NY

Let’s Get to Work, Susquehanna Art Museum, PA

2000
Pastoral Pop, The Whitney Museum at Phillip Morris, New York, NY

Greater New York, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, NY

Wildlife, organized by James Cohan Gallery, at Reynolds Gallery, VA

Editions Spotlight: Muse-X Editions, Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, MA

The Living End, curated by Ingrid Schaffner, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, CO

Blurry Lines, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, WI

Not a Theme Show, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA

Snapshot, Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, MD

Showroom, RCCA: The Arts Center, Troy, NY

Photasm, Union College and tour to Hunter College, NY

1999
Sound Foundations: Audio in Video, Bard College, Center for Curatorial Studies, NY

Zingmagazine Curatorial Video Crossing, Sudhausarbar/Warteck PP, Basel, Switzerland

Best of the Season, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield

Nature is Not Romantic, Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery at Hunter College, NY

Comfort, Post Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

1998
Media Library, David Zwirner Gallery, New York, NY

New Video from The Outpost, The Kitchen, New York, NY

Pop-Surrealism, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT

Coming Off The Wall, Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, PA

1997
Dead-Fit Beauty, Leubsdorf Art Gallery at Hunter College, NY

Giftland V: Consumerism , Printed Matter, New York, NY

Art on Paper, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

1996
Giftland V: Democra$y, Printed Matter, New York, NY

Alem de Agua: Copiacabana, el Museo Extremeño e Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporáneo, Badajoz, Spain

Anxious Times, Weber State University, Salt Lake City, UT

1995
August 28, Domestic Setting, Los Angeles, CA

Fools Day, 12 Warren, NY

1994
The Natural World, A/C Project Room, New York, NY

 

PERMANENT SITE-SPECIFIC COMISSIONS


2021
GSA, Fred D. Thompson Federal courthouse, Nashville, TN

2019
Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, TN

2018
NYU, Kimmel Pavilion Atrium, New York, NY

2017
Hamilton College, Math and Language Arts Building, Clinton, NY

2014
Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago, Chicago, Il

2013
Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
Dallas Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, TX

MTA Arts for Transit Station, Smith and 9th Street, Red Hook, Brooklyn, NY

2011
University of South Florida, Carol and Frank Morsani Health Center Tampa, Fl.

2010
Ohio University, ARC building, Athens, Ohio

2009
Louis Vuitton, Kobe, Japan

2008
The Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH

2006
Memorial Sloan Kettering Research Center, New York, NY (Architect: Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, NY)
University of Houston, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts, Houston, TX (Architect: Lake Flato, TX)

2005
High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA (Architect: Renzo Piano)

 

BOOKS AND CATALOGUES


2021
Elsa Smithgall, editor., Seeing Differently: The Phillips Collects for a New Century, D.Giles, Ltd, Feb. 2021

2019
Maria Gaztambide, editor, On Site: 50 Years of Public Art of the University of Houston System, Scala Arts and Heritage Ltd., (pp. 204-209)

2018
John Stuart Gordon, American Glass: The Collections at Yale, Yale University Press, 2018

Mariel Ciafardo, The Visual Language: Teaching Approaches to Build an Alternative Proposal, Papel Cosido Publisher, La Plata, Argentina, 2018

Joanne Cohen, “Power of Art: Cleveland Clinic Collection, Cleveland, Cleveland Clinic, 2018 (pp.41, 80)

2017
Manuel Ciraqui and Sara Nadal-Melsio, “Artea eta Espazioa” (Art and Space-catalogue), Bilbao: Guggenheim Bilbao, 2017 (pp.178-197)

First Modern: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, PAFA with distribution by the University of Pennsylvania Press

Hatfield, John, Ed.,:Socrates Sculpture Park Thirty Years”, New York: Socrates Sculpture Park, 2017

2015
Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature (catalogue). Texts by Tracy L. Adler, Nat Trotman, and Veronica Roberts. Clinton, NY: Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College, 2015 (catalogue 167 pages)

John Openshaw,” Postdigital Artisans: Craftsmanship With a New Aesthetic in Fashion, Art, Design and Architecture”, Frame pub., with essays and interviews by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Nathan Jurgenson and Glenn Adamson, (296 pages) 

2014
Alyson Shotz (catalogue), with contributions from Diana Al-Hadid, Lisa Freiman, Alison Gass, Jennifer Gross, Josiah McElheny, Jed Morse, David Norr, Carrie Mae Weems, Derek Eller Gallery, 2014 (cat., 80 pages)

Robson, Julien, editor. Great Meadows The Making of Here, (catalogue), Berlin:  Hatje Cantz

 Alyson Shotz: Interval. Tspace. Carter Ratcliff and Mary Kay Lombino. (exh.brochure) 

Sandra Bloodworth and William Ayers, “New York’s Underground Art Museum“, Monacelli Press, 2015, (cat., 264 pages)

Espirit Dior at Shanghai Sculpture Space. Herve Mikaeloff, France: Stiletto Editions (exh. cat)

2013
Mayer, Gabriel. Architecture, Glass, Art, Franz Mayer of Munich Mayer’sche Hofkunstanstalt, (cat.) Munich: Hirmer Verlag

2011
Alyson Shotz: Geometry of Light. Espace Louis Vuitton, Tokyo (exh. cat)

2010
Material World: Sculpture into Environment. Susan Cross. MASS MoCA (exh. cat)

Sightings: Alyson Shotz, Nasher Sculpture Center. Jed Morse. (exh. brochure)

2009
The Age of the Marvellous. All Visual Arts, London (exh. cat.)

New York New Drawings. Elizabeth Finch. Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Esteban Vicente, Segovia, Spain (exh. cat.)

Alyson Shotz. Text by Katie Stone Sonnenborn, interview by Anja Chavez. Derek Eller Gallery (exh. cat)

2008
New Work: Zilvinas Kempinas, Alyson Shotz and Mary Temple. Text by Ali Gass. San Francisco Museum of Art (exh. brochure)

MultiXply. Text by Annika Marie. A+D Gallery, Columbia College, Chicago, IL (exh. brochure)

2006
Alyson Shotz: Topologies. Text by Jane Simon. Madison Museum of Contemporary Art and Richard E. Peeler Art Center, DePauw University (exh. brochure)

Uneasy Nature. Text  by Xandra Eden. Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC (exh. cat.)

Alyson Shotz: C2. Text by Emily Hall. Kevin Bruk Gallery (exh. brochure)

2005
Alyson Shotz: Light, Sound, Space. Text by Jessica Hough. The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT (exh. brochure)

2004
A Slight Magnification of Altered Things. Text by Ian Berry. The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum (exh. cat.)

The Nature of Things to Come. Text by Matthew Guy Nichols. Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA (exh. cat.)

2003
Unnaturally. Text by Mary Kay Lombino. Independent Curators International, New York, NY (exh.cat)

2002
Dangerous Beauty. Text by Manon Slome. JCC, New York, NY (exh.cat)

1999
Nature is Not Romantic. Text by Tracy Adler and Heidi Zuckerman. Hunter College, New York, NY (exh. cat.)

Alyson Shotz: Marvels of the Universe. Text by Jonathan VanDyke. Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, PA (exh. brochure)

1998
Coming Off the Wall. Text by Jonathan VanDyke. Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, PA (exh.brochure)

Pop-Surrealism. The Aldrich Museum of Art, Ridgefield, CT (exh. cat.)

1997
On Paper. Text by Amy Cappellazzo. Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina (exh. cat).

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY


2021
Mikel Segovia, “Esculturas de ingenio, lienzos de descaro”, El Independiente, 6/10/21

“Cinco Dias”, El Pais, 6/12/21

“The Line of Ingenuity at The Guggenheim Bilbao”, Wide World Magazine.co.uk, , 6/10/21

2020
Johanna Fateman, “Art in Review: Alyson Shotz”, New Yorker Magazine, October 12 issue, 2020

David Ebony, “David Ebony’s Autumn Top 10”, Snap Shot of the Art World, 10/1/20

Stephen Maine, “Artist Quarantine With Their Art Collections”, Hyperallergic, 10/10/20

Maria Abremenko, “Alyson Shotz Investigations into Space Light and Matter”, Nasty Magazine, 10/1/20

Jacoba Ulrist, “Despite New Normal Downtown Galleries Open Fall Programing”, Cultured, 9/28/20

“The Small Clocks Run Wild-Must See”, ArtForum, 9/15/20

Pei-Ru Keh, “Enough of Trump billboard campaign gains traction ahead of US election”, Wallpaper Magazine, 9/3/20

Maxine Wally, “After Months of Online Viewing Rooms, Outdoor Exhibitions Fill the Void”, W Magazine, 9/1/20

Aldona Zakrzewska, “Magic Garden-Green in a Mirror Image”, Zwierciadlo.pl, Poland, 8/31/20

Shana NYS Dambrot, “Enough of Trump: Using Art to Get Out the Vote”, LA Weekly, 7/30/20

Natasha Gural, “’Enough of Trump’ Inspires Works of Protest by American Artists Including Carrie Mae Weems, Takaati Matsumoto, Ed Ruscha”, Forbes Magazine, 7/22/20

 “Richard Serra, Carrie Mae Weems, Ed Ruscha, and Other Art Stars Designed Anti-Trump Poster Art for the 2020 US Elections”, Artnet News-Politics, July 21, 2020

Vesela Sretenovic, “In Conversation with Alyson Shotz”, Phillips Collection blog, 7/6/20

Patricia Sheridan, “A Pittsburgh couple’s Florida retreat is a peaceful, artful sanctuary”, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 7/20/20

2019
“A Thousand Words (And Then Some)”, The New York Times, 12/28/19, p. C1

Cathine Anspon, “50 Years of University of Houston Art Showcased in Compelling New Book”, Paper City Magazine, 12/17/19

Dawn DeCwikiel-Kane, “UNCG’s Weatherspoon Museum aims for diversity in collection, exhibitions”, Greensboro News and Record, 12/15/19

Barbara Pulponova, “Alyson Shotz on her Creative Process”, Christie’s Education Magazine, 11/22/19

Chad Scott, ”From Rembrandt and Van Gogh to Kusama and Graffiti, Indianapolis makes for a Surprise Arts Destination”, Forbes Magazine, 10/8/19

Catherine Anspon, “University of Houston’s Public Art Power Puts it at Forefront of U.S. Universities”, Paper City Magazine, 10/2/19

Peter Libbey, “Who Mows the Lawn at Storm King, New York’s Largest Sculpture Park”, New York Times, 7/12/19

Sculpture Magazine, “Object Lessons: Alyson Shotz”, June, 2019, p.96

Sculpture Magazine, “Studio Visit: Alyson Shotz”, 4/30/19, Sculpturemagazine.art

Will Davis, “New Exhibition and Commission by Alyson Shotz at Hunter Museum, WUTC-NPR, 3/5/19

Barry Courter, “New Permanent Piece at Hunter gets Name”, Chattanooga Free Press, 4/12/19

Zachary Schwartz, The Armory Show Collectors Dinner Gathered the Art World’s Most Influential”, Vogue.com, 3/7/19

Hamilton County Herald, “Hunter Museum Presents ‘Alyson Shotz: Un/Folding”, Vol.106, No.7, 2/15, 2019, pg.27

Liisa Silander, “Taking Chances”, RISD XYZ, Fall/Winter 2018/19, pg.39-41

2018
Sean Rose, “L’espace de regard”, Etudes: Revue de Culture Contemporain,  Feb., 2018

La Sala Guggenheim. El arte y el espacio, RTVE (Spanish Public Television), 2/3/18

Lorena Munoz-Alonzo, “Art and Space Guggenheim Bilbao, Spain”, Frieze.com, 1/17/18

2017
Amah-Rose McKnight-Abrams, “Exploring Space at the Guggenheim’s 20th Anniversary Show”, Garage.vice.com, 12/19/17

“El Museo Guggenheim Bilbao acoge hasta el 15 de abril de 2018 la exposicion ‘El arte y el espacio’, El Diario.es, 12/4/17

Elena Martinique, “Guggenheim Bilbao Honors the Relationship Between Art and Space”, WideWalls, 12/10/17

Mikel Segovia, “The Art of Emptiness”, The Independent, 12/4/17

Pais Vasco, “The Guggenheim Bilbao Explore the Relationship Between Art and Space through Chillida, El Mundo.es, 12/4/17

Loney Abrams and Will Fenstermaker, “9 Artworks not to miss at Frieze”, Artspace.com 5/5/17

Juliet Helmke, “The Transmuting Sculptures of Alyson Shotz”, Blouin ArtInfo, 2/21/2017

2016
Chad Dawkins, “An Interview with Alyson Shotz on her new work in San Antonio, Glasstire.com, 7/1/16

Edith Newhall, “Plane Weave at PAFA”, The Philadelphia Inquirer, 6/19/16

Iris Gonzales, “Blue Star hosts off-site art during renovations”, RivardReport.com , 6/11/2016

“Installation Marks Unveiling of commission by influential artist Alyson Shotz”, Art Daily, 4/25/16

Shaun Brady, “Alyson Shotz’s newest exhibition shimmers at PAFA”, Metro Philadelphia, 4/21/16

Stevel Stoll, “No Mans Land”, Orion Magazine, Jan-Feb.2016 (photo), p.23

2015
Jenny Danielsson, “All Lights on Alyson Shotz”, ARTLOVER magazine, Sweden, nr.25, vol.7, pg.25

Clemens Poellinger, “Alyson Shotz: Light and Shadow”, Svenska Dagbladet, Stockholm, 8/23/15

Bryan Granger, “Alyson Shotz: Force of Nature at the Halsey Institute”, Daily Serving.com, 7/8/15

Natalie Hegert, “Baseltopia: Searching for Utopia (And Dystopia) at ArtBasel 2015”, Huffington Post, 6/21/15

Enrico, “Art Basel in Basel 2015: Parcours. Interview with Curator Florence Derieux, Vernissage TV, 6/26/15

Nicholas Forrest, “Art Basel’s Parcours 2015 sites 23 artworks on Munsterplatz”, Blouin ArtInfo, 5/29/15

Rebecca Lee Reynolds, Perception Disrupted: Alyson Shotz in Charleston”, Burnaway.org, 6/25/15

Lauren Cavalli, “Art and Science: Alyson Shotz is thinking about gravity, glaciers and light”, The Post and Courier, 6/13/15

Lilly Wei, “Alyson Shotz: Wellin Museum of Art”, Sculpture Magazine (May, 2015) p.75-76

Jan Dalley, “Art Fairs: What’s not to like?”, The Financial Times (Weekend), London, 5/10/15

Katherine Rushworth, “’Force of Nature’Alyson Shotz’s show at Hamilton College raises the bar”,  Syracuse Post Standard, 3/1/15, p. T12

Monica Moses, “Free Range Art”, American Craft Magazine, 3/16/15

2014
Brian Boucher, “Exhibitions: Alyson Shotz at Carolina Nitsch”, Art in America.com, 10/23/14

“Goings on About Town: Alyson Shotz at Derek Eller”, The New Yorker, 11/4/14

Ashton Cooper,  “24 Questions for Alyson Sculptor Shotz”, Blouin Artinfo, 9/24/14

Alexander Mahany, “10 Cool Trends in Contemporary Ceramic Art,” Artnews.com, 6/9/14

Tyler Green, “Interview with Alyson Shotz”, The Modern Art Notes Podcast, 10/10/14

Ayden M. Grout, “Three Chelsea Picks: Shotz, Bartely and Kurland”, Eyes Towards the Dove.com, 10/5/142014

Brown, Kathan, Alyson Shotz, San Francisco Arts Quarterly (Feb.-April, 2014, issue 15)

Andress, Sarah. “Alyson Shotz: Sequent, Sequent II, Topographic Iteration, Sledgehammer/Glass/Light”, Art in Print (January-February): 19-20

2013
Considine, Austin. “Amidst Cuts, Indianapolis Museum Partners with Alexander Hotel.” Art in America (March 4, 2013)

Granberry, Michael. “Art Notes: Contemporary Artist Alyson Shotz is the Dallas Cowboys’ Latest Addition.”

Dallas Morning News (September 6, 2013)

Lee, Nayun. “The Culmination of Feminine Sublime Beauty, Unnatural Structure of Nature.” Public Art Magazine (Korea) (#076): 82-89.

Mayer, Gabriel. Architecture, Glass, Art, Franz Mayer of Munich Mayer’sche Hofkunstanstalt, Munich, Hirmer Verlag

Spector, Roseanne. “A Latticework of Irridescent Color and Light.” Inside Stanford Medicine (May 20, 2013)

2012
Hanson, Sarah. “In the Studio.” Art + Auction (May 2012)

Hodara, Susan. “Finding in Sunlight a Sound and a Taste.” The New York Times (June 22, 2012): 10

Johnson, Ken. “Capturing the Sunshine, Releasing the Bees,” The New York Times (September 21, 2012): 31

Jonsson, Dan. “The International Sculpture Biennial in Boras.” Dagens Nyheter, Sweden (July 12, 2012).

Sapoka, Kestutis. “What did the Hurricane Ruin?”Kulturos Barai, Lithuania (Nr.11, 2012): 48-50

Spector, Roseanne. “Artist’s Glass Experiments Shattering, in a Good Way.” Inside Stanford Medicine (April 9, 2012)

Sullivan, Robert. “Full Spectrum: A Light and Landscape Exhibition at Storm King.” Vogue.com (May, 14, 2012)

Vogel, Carol. “An Art Filled Hotel in Indianapolis.” The New York Times (March 9, 2012)

2011
Ban, Ryuji. “A Unique Space Guided by Light.” Sankei Express (October 18, 2011)

Bryant, Eric. “Light and Space.” Art +Auction (December 2011): 48

Dahlqvist, Dennis. “Spegelkuber förvrider och oroar seendet.” Svenska Dagbladet (September 2011): 7

Hanson, Sarah. “Remain in Light.” Artinfo.com (December 23, 2011)

Heaton, Paul. “Tripping the Light Fantastic.” Tokyo Art Beat (October 1, 2011)

Honigman, Ana Finel. “Windows to the World.” Interview (October 11, 2011)

Kulturnyhternas kritikerlista [Culture news critics list] (September 2, 2011)

Liddell, Colin. “Geometry of Light.” Japan Times (November 17, 2011)

Madestrand, Bo. ”Konstens nya världar.”Dagens Nyheter (August 25 2011): 6

Masukawa, Chiharu. “Places to go in September.” Vogue Japan (August 28, 2011)

Mediell, Sara. ”7000 spikar lyfter tråden ur väggen.” Västerbottens-Kuriren (August 29, 2011)

Poellinger, Clemens. ”Konsthösten välfylld av samtiden.” Svenska Dagbladet (August 28, 2011): 4-5

Masayo Wako/ Shiro Takagi, “Women Artists and Their Exhibitions”, Waraku, 10/10/11

Sano, Naofumi. “Geometry of Light at Espace Louis Vuitton.” Figaro Japan, (September 20, 2011)

Scott, Andrea “Alyson Shotz at Derek Eller.” The New Yorker (March 14, 2011)

Shimanuki, Taisuke. “Art Navi: AS Interview.” Bijutsu Techo (October 17, 2011)

Shotz, Alyson. “Triple Infinity” (artists project), Esopus #17 (November 1, 2011)

SVT (Swedish Television), Kulturnyhterna, August 25 2011 19:00, (interview/review)

SVT (Swedish Television), Västerbottensnytt, ”Konstnären Alyson Shotz intar Umeå.” (September 1, 2011)

2010
Barker, Godfrey. “Market Forces.” London Evening Standard Magazine (March 19, 2010): 15

Carter, Rebecca. “Alyson Shotz Investigates Materiality, Sculpture Architecture and Sound.” D Magazine (November 23, 2010)

Chou, Kimberly. “Weathering the Storm.” Art in America (May 4, 2010)

Esplund, Lance. “A Five-Decade Marriage of Nature and Art.” The Wall Street Journal (July 10, 2010)

Janette, Misha. “Revamps, re-openings, relocations and the return of Fashion Week.” The Japan Times (March 11, 2010)

Reis, Katy M. “Alyson Shotz: Standing Wave.” NYFA Current Magazine (May 20, 2010)

Ryan, Hugh. “Storm King Turns Fifty.” The Daily Beast (June 4, 2010)

Sheets, Hilarie M. “Turning Piano Wire into Light.” Artnews (January 2010)

Yamamoto, Kazumi. “Louis Vuitton Kobe Maison.” Casa Brutus Japan (May 2010): 144-145

Yates, Christopher. “Shimmery installation toys with perception.” The Columbus Dispatch, (February 7, 2010) 

“Louis Vuitton Opens New Kobe Maison that Weds Art and Luxury.” China Post (March 17, 2010)

2009
Cole, Olivia. “London’s Guerilla Art.” The Daily Beast (October 26, 2009)

Cotter, Holland. “On the Piers, Testing the Waters in a Down Market.” The New York Times (March 6, 2009)

Kessels, Erik. “Fascinatie.” Adformatie Netherlands (March 5, 2009)

Rosenberg, Karen. “Alyson Shotz: Phase Shift.” The New York Times (March 13, 2009)

Rushworth, Katherine. “Space, Light and Life.” The Post-Standard, Syracuse, NY. (November 29, 2009)

Sexton, Elaine. “Alyson Shotz at Derek Eller.” Art in America (September 2009): 150

2008
Chavez, Anja. “Sculpture Today: A Conversation with Alyson Shotz.” Sculpture Magazine, (November 2008): 24-29 [ill.]

Davies, Lucy. ”Art +Sound: Simon Fisher Turner.” Daily Telegraph.co, London

Newhall, Edith. “Photos and Sculpture at Locks:Techno Treatment by Alyson Shotz.” The Philadelphia Inquirer (February 1, 2008)

Rosenberg, Karen. “Landscapes for Frankenstein at Sara Meltzer.” The New York Times (August 1, 2008)

Stockwell, Craig. “Art Reviews: Alyson Shotz,” Art New England, October/November, p. 57

2007
Cameron, Dan. ArtWorks: The Progressive Collection. (D.A.P./The Progressive Collection, 2007)

Kazakina, Katya. “Bead Cocoons, Blavatsky Asleep, Leipzig Turbulence: Chelsea Art.” Bloomberg.com (March 2, 2007)

Smith, Roberta. “Space Exploration, Conducted on a Spiral.” The New York Times (July 20, 2007): front page, The Arts [ill.]

Vogel, Carol. “The Week to Come: Art.” The New York Times (April 8, 2007): A4

Wolin, Joseph. “The Shapes of Space” Structural Elements: The Space is in the Building.” Time Out (August 16, 2007)

“Portraits of the Artists.” Jane Magazine (January 2007): 124

2006
Baker, Alyson and Ivana Mestrovic, eds. Socrates Sculpture Park. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006)

“Artists at Work.” New York Magazine. (May 2006): 9

“Rocking Art at Rockefeller Center.” The New York Sun Vol.122 no.18 (May 10, 2006): front page [ill.]

2005
Brundage, Brita. “Reflections/Deceptions.” Fairfield Weekly (March 10, 2005).

Dunlop, Beth. “Rene Gonzalez Architect, Transforms a Warehouse.” Interior Design (June 1, 2005)

Genocchio, Benjamin. “Quiet Dazzle and Chaotic Chimes.” The New York Times (March 6, 2005)

Goodman, Jonathan. “Alyson Shotz at Derek Eller.” Sculpture Magazine vol.24 (October 2005): 75-76

Johnson, Ken. “Alyson Shotz: A Moment in Time and Space.” The New York Times (April 1, 2005)

Newhall, Edith. “Alyson Shotz at Locks Gallery.” Artnews (January 2005)

“Gallery’s New Artist-in-Residence Aims to Connect Viewers with Nature.” Yale Bulletin vol.34, no.12 (December 2, 2005)

“Goings on About Town: Galleries Chelsea: Alyson Shotz at Derek Eller.” The New Yorker (April 11, 2005)

2004
Allen, Jane Ingram.“Expanding Space/Engaging Viewers: Mirrors and Reflective Materials in Contemporary Sculpture.” Sculpture Magazine vol.23, no.9 (online). (November 2004)

Fahl, David. “Alyson Shotz’s The Shape of Space glitters in a closed gallery.” The Houston Press (May 17, 2004)

Klaasmeyer, Kelly. “Through a Glass Lightly.” Sallyport: The Magazine of Rice Univ. vol.61, no.1 (Fall 2004)

Pagel, David. “Reality and Irony Collide.” The Los Angeles Times (January 2, 2004)

Sozanski, Edward J. “Abstract Works Still Near to Their Organic Roots.” The Philadelphia Inquirer (October 1, 2004)

Triff, Alfredo. “The Simple Forms.” Miami New Times (April 8, 2004)

Turner, Elisa. “Alyson Shotz: The Simple Forms.” Miami Herald (April 4, 2004)

2003
Bennet, Lennie. “Fooling Around with Mother Nature.” St. Petersburg Times (January 26, 2003)

Boyce, Roger. “Neither Here nor There: Mirror Mirror at Mass Moca.” Art New England (February 2003): 16

Brake, Alan G. “Message in a Bottle.” Interior Design Magazine (June 3, 2003): 275

Laird,Tessa. “Gallery Walk.” Art on Paper (March 2003): 74

Pratt, Kevin. “Yard.” Artforum (September 2003): 229 [ill.]

Van Der Weg, Kara. “Yard.” Contemporary Visual Arts, no. 57 (Fall 2003)

Smith, Roberta. “Impressions of the Yard, Visual and Olfactory.” The New York Times  (June 27, 2003): E28 [ill.]

“Goings on About Town: Galleries Chelsea: Alyson Shotz at Derek Eller.” The New Yorker (May 12, 2003)

2002
Dawson, Jessica. “Edgy Art in Richmond.” Washington Post (December 26, 2002): C1

Levin, Kim. “Voice Choice.” The Village Voice (February 19, 2002): 104

Ollman, Leah. “Pseudo Nature is Hip but Sterile.” Los Angeles Times (December 13, 2002)

Proctor, Roy. “Pacesetting Space.” Richmond Times Dispatch (October 27, 2002): H1

Roberts-Pullen, Paulette. “Visual Pranks.” Style Weekly (October 30, 2002): 27

“Featured Artist.” www.artkrush.com

“Into the Woods.” The New Yorker (August 12, 2002): 17

2001
Cotter, Holland. “Mixed Greens at Space 101.”The New York Times (May 18, 2001): E29

Krajewski, Sara. “Blurry Lines.” New Art Examiner (March 2001)

Parker, Lauren. “Knock Knock.” Smock Magazine no. 3 (Spring/Summer 2001): 107

Rothbart, Daniel. “A Walk in the Woods.” NY Arts (September 2001): 22-23

Wehr, Anne.  “Artistic Growth.” Time Out New York (April 26, 2001)

2000
Budick, Ariella. “Shifting Landscapes.” Newsday (August, 20, 2000)

Clifford, Katie. “Alyson Shotz.” The New Art Examiner (February 2000): 53

Goodman, Jonathan. “Pastoral Pop.” Contemporary Visual Arts no. 31 (Fall 2000)

Johnson, Ken. “Pastoral Pop.” The New York Times (July 11, 2000): E34

Kino, Carol. “The Emergent Factor.” Art in America (July 2000): 47

Levin, Kim. “Voice Choice.” The Village Voice (August 16, 2000)

Nagy, Peter. “Against Nature.” Time Out New York (August 24, 2000): 52

Naves, Mario. “It’s Not Nice to Fake Mother Nature.” The New York Observer (August 28, 2000)

Proctor, Roy. “Modern Nature.” Richmond Times Dispatch (November 12, 2000): H2

“On View: Paradise Paved.” New York Magazine  (August 7, 2000)

“Pastoral Pop.” The New Yorker (August 7, 2000)

1999
Cullen, Sandy. “Artist Finds Change Lies Hidden in the Details.” Harrisburg Patriot-News (January 17, 1999)

Johnson, Ken. “Art in Review.” The New York Times (October 8, 1999): E37

Levin, Kim. “Voice Choice.” The Village Voice (October 5, 1999)

Schmerler, Sarah. “Reviews.” Time Out New York (October 21, 1999): 74

Smith, Roberta. “Art Rediscovers a Home on the Upper East Side.” The New York Times (May 30, 1999): E31

1998
Bradberry, Grace. “The Most Exclusive Fashion Magazine in the World.” The London Times (April 8, 1998)

Ford, Tom, ed. Visionaire Magazine (April 1998)

Hirsch, Faye. “Reflective Mimicry.” On Paper (March-April): 41

Pignatelli, Benedetta. “Visionaire.” Specchio (May 1, 1998): 94-95

Spaid, Sue. “L.A. Undercover.” Art Papers (March-April, 1998): 16

1997
Cotter, Holland. “Dead-Fit Beauty.” The New York Times (February 28, 1997): C32

Nahas, Dominique. “Dead-Fit Beauty.” Review (February 15, 1997): 30

1996
Fujimori, Manami. “Graceful Touch in High Tech Age.” Tokyo, BT Magazine (July, 1996): 113

Hirsch, Faye. “Gene-Seeds.” On Paper (September-October): 30-31

Levin, Kim. “Voice Choice: Alyson Shotz at Susan Inglett.” The Village Voice (April 23, 1996)

Schwendener, Martha. “Alyson Shotz at Susan Inglett.” Art in America  (December 1996): 104

Smith, Roberta. “Art in Review.”The New York Times (April 26, 1996): C27

1995
Kahn, Robin, ed. Time Capsule. Creative Time and S.O.S intl., New York, NY

1994
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choice: The Natural World.” The Village Voice (August 16, 1994): 65

AWARDS


2021
MacDowell Foundation Fellowship
Peter S. Reed Foundation Grant

2014–2015
Stanford University Research Fellow, Stanford University

2012
Sterling Visiting Scholar, Department of Chemical and Systems Biology, Stanford University

2010
Pollock Krasner Foundation

2007
Saint Gaudens Memorial Fellowship

2005-06
Yale University Artist in Residence, Yale University Art Gallery

2004
The New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship
Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation Studio Program

1999
Pollock-Krasner Foundation

1996
Art Matters Foundation

1990
MOCA, Northwest Annual Award

VISITING ARTIST AND LECTURES


2021
Bard College, Annandale on Hudson, NY

Maine College of Art, Portland, ME

 

2019
Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN

 

2018
University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA

 

2017
Yale University, Franke Program for Science and the Humanities, New Haven, CT

 

2016
Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY

 

2015
Mass College of Art, Paul J. Cronin Memorial Lecture, Boston, MA

Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI

Cantor Center for the Arts, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA

Wellin Museum of Art, Hamilton College, Clinton, NY

 

2013

University of Texas, Austin, TX


2012

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA

Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN

Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC


2011

Ohio University, Athens, OH

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY


2010

Boston University, Boston, MA

Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY


2009

Williams College of Art, Williamstown, MA

Penn State University, PA


2008

Hirshhorn Museum of Art, Washington, DC


2007

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum of Art, New York, NY


2006

Yale University, New Haven, CT

University of Wisconsin, Madison


2005

Philadelphia College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, PA


2004

Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

Herron School of Art, Indianapolis, IN

Queens College, NY


2003

Skidmore College, NY

Columbia University, NY

Corcoran Museum, Washington, DC


2001

University of Colorado, Boulder, CO


1999

School of Visual Arts, New York, NY


1998

Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Nova Scotia

 

SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS


Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY

Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD

Blanton Museum of Art, UT Austin, TX

Boca Raton Art Museum, Boca Raton, Fl

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, AR

Davis Museum of Art, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY

Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain

Hamilton College, Clinton, NY

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA

Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, DC

Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN

Kunst am Bau Foundation, Germany

Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA

Louis Vuitton, Kobe, Japan

Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, WI

Marciano Foundation, LA, CA

Misumi Collection, Tokyo

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX

The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

New York Public Library, New York, NY

Philadelphia Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia, PA

The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC

Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA

San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA

Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, NY

Weatherspoon Art Gallery, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum at Hamilton College, NY

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT

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