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Judy Pfaff

Born 1946 London, England

Education

1965 Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
1968 Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, Illinois
1970 Norfolk Summer School of Music and Art, Norfolk, Connecticut
1971 BFA, Washington University, Saint Louis, Missouri
1973 MFA, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
1999 Honorary Doctorate, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York

Grants and Awards

2014    Lifetime Achievement Award, International Sculpture Center.
2013   American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2013 Class of New Fellows and Foreign Honorary Members, field of Visual and Performing Arts.
2013    Anonymous Was a Woman, A Foundation of Philanthropic Funds, New York, New York.
2010   Southern Graphics Council International Conference Lifetime Achievement Award 2010, Mark/Remarque, Philagraphika, Phila., PA.
2009   USA Fellowship, Los Angeles, CA
2009   Member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, New York
2009    Dean’s Medal, Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, Washington Univ., St. Louis, MO
2006   Barnett and Annalee Newman Foundation Fellowship
2004   MacArthur Fellowship
2003   Nancy Graves Foundation Grant
2002   Award of Merit Medal for Sculpture, American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York
2002   American Academy of Design, New York
1999   Honorary Doctorate, Pratt Institute. New York
1998   U.S. Representative for the Bienal de Sao Paulo
1998   Distinguished Alumni Award, Washington University, St. Louis
1997   Fellow of the Saint Gaudens Memorial
1986   National Endowment for the Arts, Sculpture
1984   Bessie Award, Set Design for “Wind Devil,” BAM Production by Nina Weiner Dance Company
1983   Guggenheim Fellowship, Sculpture
1979   National Endowment for the Arts, Sculpture
1976   Creative Artist Public Services, Sculpture

Installations and Solo Exhibitions
• indicates a major work within a group exhibition

2013

Judy Pfaff: The Art of Flower Arranging, Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, CA. October 21 – December 6.
Judy Pfaff, Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Detroit, MI, June 8 – August 3.
Judy Pfaff, University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, WY, April 13-May 11.

2012

Judy Pfaff, Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO., Sept. 20 – Oct. 29.
Judy Pfaff, Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe, New York, NY, October 11- November 10.
Walter Gropius Master Artist Series Presents: Judy Pfaff, A Survey: 1979-2012: Thick and Thin
Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, West Virginia, June 16 – August 26.
Judy Pfaff: Recent Work, Bruno David Gallery, Saint Louis, MO. January 27 – March 3.

2011

Judy Pfaff: Twenty Years At Bellas Artes, Bellas Artes Gallery, Santa Fe, NM. July 1 – July 30.
Judy Pfaff: Year of the Dog, Greenfield Sacks Gallery, Santa Monica, CA. February 26 – April 16.
Judy Pfaff: Spring of the Print, Eleanor D. Wilson Museum, Wetherill-Wilson Gallery, Hollins University, Roanoke, VA. February 17 – April 16.
Judy Pfaff, Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Jan 13 – April 17.

2010

Judy Pfaff: Tivoli Gardens, Braunstein Quay Gallery, San Francisco, CA. October 7 – November 6.
Judy Pfaff: Five Decades, Ameringer McEnery Yohe, New York, NY. September 10 – October 16.
Judy Pfaff: I Dwell in Possibility, Tayloe Piggott Gallery, Jackson, WY. July 12 – August 15.
Judy Pfaff, David Weinberg Gallery, Chicago, IL. April 16 – May 29.
Judy Pfaff, Reavley Gallery in the Cole Art Center, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX. April 10 – May 23.

2009

Judy Pfaff: Sculptures, Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, MI. November 21, 2009 – January 3, 2010.
Judy Pfaff: Constructed Paper, Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, OH. May 15 – August 15.
Judy Pfaff: Paper, Ameringer Yohe Fine Art, New York, NY. January 15 – February 21.
Judy Pfaff: Wild Rose, Installation. Massry Center for the Arts, The College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY. September 21, 2008 – May 2009.

2008

Judy Pfaff: Paperworks, Year of the Dog, Pig, Rat, Etc., Massry Center for the Arts, The College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY. September 21 – November 9.
Judy Pfaff Very Recent Work, Bellas Artes, Santa Fe, NM. August 1 – 30.

2007

“. . . all of the above” Installation. Rice University Art Gallery, Houston, TX. February 1 – April 1.
Judy Pfaff: New Prints and Drawings. Samuel Dorsky Musuem of Art, SUNY New Paltz, NY. February 10 – April 7.

2006

“Buckets of Rain” Installation. Ameringer Yohe Fine Art, New York, NY. September 7 – October 7.

2005

Judy Pfaff Recent Works on Paper. Lemberg Gallery, Ferndale, MI. Dec 10, 2005 – Jan 21, 2006.
Judy Pfaff/ Works on Paper. Sears-Peyton Gallery, NY, NY. October 17 – December 17.
Judy Pfaff / New Prints. Elena Zang Gallery, Shady (Woodstock), NY. April 30 – May 22.
Judy Pfaff: Installations, Prints & Drawings. Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH. February 20 – April 24.
Regina. Commissioned set design for American Symphony Orchestra, Fisher Center, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY. July-August.

2004

Judy Pfaff: Installations, Prints & Drawings. Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, OH. September 10 – December 1.
Judy Pfaff: Recent Work. Bellas Artes Gallery, Santa Fe, NM. July 10 – August 14.
“En Restauro” Installation, Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) Ramp Projects, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. May 1 – August 1.
Judy Pfaff: Recent Prints and Drawings. Ulster County Community College, Stone Ridge, NY. April 13 – May 7.

2003

“Neither Here Nor There” Installation, Ameringer/Yohe Gallery, New York, NY. September 4 – October 10.
Judy Pfaff: New Work. Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO. May 8 – June 21.

2002

Judy Pfaff: Chapel and Brook. Bellas Artes, Santa Fe, NM. August 13 – September 14.
2-D: An Installation of Works on Paper. Sarah Moody Gallery of Art, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL. April 18 – June 21.
“The Squares of Savannah” Installation, Contemporary Masters Exhibition Series, curated by Judith Von, Baron Pinnacle Gallery, Savannah College of Art and Design, Savanna, GA. January 14 – March 11.

2001

The Art of Judy Pfaff, Elvehjem Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Curated by Russell Panczenko. April 28 – August 12. (catalog)
Photogravures. Flanders Gallery, Minneapolis, MN. March 9 – April 14.

2000

New Drawings. Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO. October 28 – December 30.
Transforming Traditions. Schneider Museum of Art, Curated by Sanford, Southern Oregon University Ashland, OR.. October 20 – January 20. (catalog)
“If I had a Boat” Installation, Elvehjem Museum of Art, Curated by Russell Panczenko, Madison, WI. September 2001. (catalog)
New Work. Bellas Artes, Santa Fe, NM. June 15 – August 5.
“Notes on Light and Color” Installation, Jaffe Friede & Strauss Galleries, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH. May 2 – 17. (catalog)

1999

“Yâ – Wa” Commission for ODS Tower, Portland, OR.
Drawings and Prints. Karen McCready Fine Art, New York, NY. January 14 – February 27.
New Prints. Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Detroit, MI. August 11 – September 11.
“Notes on Light and Shadow” Installation in Presage of Passage, Museum of Art, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT. November 3 – March 18, 2000. *
Drawings and Prints. Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO. October 27.

1998

“Corona de Espinhos” Installation in 1998 Bienal de Sao Paulo, USA Representative, curated by Miranda McClintic, Sao Paulo, Brazil. October 4 – December 13. (catalog) *
“Cha” Drawings Installation, Galerie Deux, Tokyo, Japan, May 22 – August 5.
Judy Pfaff: Sculpture and Drawings. Bellas Artes, Santa Fe, NM. July 2 – August 17.
“Jardin De Los Cuervos” Installation, Bellas Artes, Santa Fe, NM. October 4 – December 13.

1997

“Round Hole Square Peg” Installation, Andre Emmerich Gallery, NY. September 4 – October 4.
Recent Drawings. Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, Cornish, NH. June 7 – July 6.
“Untitled” Installation of Drawings, Adobe Krow Archives Gallery, Bakersfield, CA. April 5 – May 3.

1996

New Prints, Drawings and Sculpture, Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Birmingham, MI. September 17 – October 26.
Judy Pfaff: New Work. Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, NY. September 4 – October 4.
Judy Pfaff:New Work. Bellas Artes Gallery, Santa Fe, NM. June 27-August 10.

1995

“Elephant” Installation, Rose Art Museum, curated by Carl Beltz, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA. January 26 – March 5. (catalog) *
Judy Pfaff: Prints. Elvehjem Museum of Art, Mayer Gallery, Madison, WI. May 12 – August 12.
Madison Print Club, Madison, Wisconsin, February – May.
Mixed Media Works on Paper. Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, WA. July 6 – July 30.
Sculpture and Drawings. Bellas Artes Gallery, Santa Fe, NM. June 30 – August 5.
“Ear to Ear” Installation, Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA. October 29 – December 21.

1994

“Cirque, CIRQUE” Commission, Pennsylvania Convention Center Art Program, Philadelphia, PA.
“Aquavitae” Commission sponsored by Art in Public Places for the Miami Beach Police and Court Facility, Miami Beach Florida.
“Cielo Requerdo” Installation in Landscape as Metaphor, Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus,OH. October 16 – January 8 1995. *
Judy Pfaff: New Works on Paper. Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, NY. June 7 – July 15.
“Cielo” Installation in Landscape as Metaphor, Curated by Martin Friedman, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO. May 14 – September 11. *
Lobby Sculpture Exhibit at the Community Gallery, Brooklyn Union Gas Company, Brooklyn, NY. April – September.

1993

Judy Pfaff: Recent Sculpture and Drawings. Nancy Drysdale Gallery, Washington, DC.
“Corpo Onbrosso” Installation for Inaugural Exhibition, The Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. January 27 – March 13.

1992

“Zygmunt” Collaborative installation in Incisions/Collisions/Juxtapositions: Judy Pfaff & Ursula von Rydingsvard, Life After Post-modernism series at The Cultural Space, New York and Neuberger
Museum of Art, SUNY Purchase, NY. Curated by Papo Colo and Jeannette Ingberman.
“Sweet Water, Heat Lightning” GTE Commission, Irving , TX.
“Flusso E Riflusso” Installation, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY. May 18 – 24.

1991

The Fabric Workshop, Philadelphia, PA.
“Bandas de Acero” Installation, Morris Gallery of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA.
Judy Pfaff. Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Birmingham, MI. February 23 – March 30.

1990

Judy Pfaff: Sculpture and Works on Paper. Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH. November 16 – January 18, 1991.
Equinox. Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY. September 22 – October 27.
Dana Art Center, Loyola University, New Orleans, LA. September 17 – October 12.
Prints & Drawings. The College of Saint Rose Gallery, Albany, NY. February 25 – March 25
Dessins. Thomas Solomon’s Garage, Los Angeles, CA.

1989

Currents 41. Saint Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis, MO. October.

1988

“Forefront” Installation,The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC / Holly
Solomon Gallery, New York, NY. November 21 – January 22, 1989. (catalog)
10,000 Things. Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY. November 11 – December 3. (catalog)
New Work, New York. Carnegie Mellon University Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA. June 4 – July 3.
Six of One, Half A Dozen of Another, Crown Point Press, San Francisco, CA. May 14 – July 2.

1987

“ N.Y.C.-B.Q.E.” Installation, Biennial Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY. (catalog) *
“11211” Installation in Art in the Anchorage, sponsored by Creative Time, Brooklyn Bridge, New York, NY.
Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Birmingham, MI. January 31-March 28

1986

Indoor/Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, El Bohio, New York, NY.*
Autonomous Objects, Knight Gallery, Spirit Square Center for the Arts, Charlotte, NC. September 12 – November 8. (catalog)
“Superette” Installation in Wall Works, John Weber Gallery, New York, NY. June 7 – 28. (catalog)*
“Apples and Oranges” Installation, Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY. May

1985

“The Italians” Installation in Figurative Sculpture, Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Birmingham, MI. *
“Gu,Choki, Pa” Installation in Vernacular Abstraction, curated by Roberta Smith, Spiral Wacoal Art Center, Tokyo, Japan. August 5 – October 15. (catalog) *
“Prototypes” Installation in A New Beginning, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY. February 3 – May 5. (catalog) *

1984

“Untitled” Commissioned installation, Spokane City Hall Foyer, Spokane, WA.
Recent Work, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. March 14 – April 14.

1983

“3D” Installation, Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY.
“Wind Devil” Commissioned Set Design for Nina Weiner & Dance Company, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY.
“Untitled” Installation in The Sixth Day: A Survey of Recent Developments in Figurative Sculpture,
The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. *
Installation and Collages, Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY. January 8 – 29.

1982

“Either War” Installation in Art Venture/XL Biennale de Venezia, Venice, Italy.
“Boa” Installation, University Art Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.
“Untitled” Installation in Collages and Construction, Hallwalls, Buffalo, NY. September 24 – November 14. *(catalog in conjunction with Albright-Knox Art Gallery)
“Rock / Paper / Scissors” Installation, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY. September 17 – October 30. (catalog)
“Four Minute Mile” Installation in Guy Goodwin, Bill Jensen, Louise Fishman, Stuart Diamond,
Judy Pfaff, Suzanne Lemberg Usdan Gallery, Bennington College, Bennington, VT. March 16 – April 6.*

1981

“Untitled” Installation in Body Language: Figurative Aspects of Recent Art, Hayden Gallery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA; The Fort Worth Art Museum, Fort Worth,
TX; University of South Florida Art Gallery, Tampa, FL; Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH. *
“Ziggurat” Installation in Zeitgenossische Kunst seit 1939, curated by Kaspir Konig, Museen Stadt Köln, Cologne, Germany. (catalog) *
“Dragon” Installation in Biennial Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY. *
“Rorschach” Installation in Installations, Collages and Drawings, The John & Mabel Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL. July 16 – August 30; Polk Museum, Lakeland, FL.
September 18 – October 16; Museum of Art & Sciences, Daytona Beach, FL. October 23 – November 22. (catalog)
“Kabuki” Installation in Directions 1981, (Formula Atlantic), curated by Miranda McClintic,
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. February 12 – May 3. *(catalog)

1980

“Quintana Roo” Installation in Walls!, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH. (catalog) *
“Deepwater” Installation, Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY.
“Red Hot” Installation in Watercolors, P.S. 1 Museum, Long Island City, NY. *
“Charms” Installation in Extensions: Jennifer Bartlett, Lynda Benglis, Robert Longo, Judy Pfaff, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX. January 20 – March 2. (catalog)

1979

“Untitled” Installation in Judy Pfaff, Martha Boyden, Arlene Bayer, Eugenia Cucalon Gallery, New York, NY. *
“Reinventing The Wheel” Installation in 10 Artists / Artists Space, Neuberger Museum, SUNY Purchase, NY. (catalog) *
“Schohaire” Installation in Pfaff, Provisor, Stikas, Wells, Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY. *
“Mixed Emotions” Installation in Food / Frameworks, Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY. *
“Untitled” Installation in Canal Street, Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York, NY. *

1978

Artists Space, New York, NY.
“Prototypes” Installation, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions Gallery, curated by Jill Giegerich, Los Angeles, CA. April 10 – 29

1977

“The World Is Flat” Installation, Theater Gallery, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.
“La Ciudad De Los Angeles” Installation in Faculty Exhibition, School of Art and Design, Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA. *
“Untitled” Installation in 14 Women Artists, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA. *
“Untitled” Installation in Space Window: Man in Space and Space in Art, Woods-Gerry Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI. (catalog) *

1976

“Brier” Installation, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.
“Charlemagne” Installation in Approaching Painting, Part III, Hallwalls, Buffalo, New York. *
“Untitled” Installation in New Work / New York, curated by Michael Auping, Fine Arts Gallery, California State University, Los Angeles, CA. (catalog) *

1975

“J.A.S.O.N. / J.A.S.O.N.” Artists Space, New York, NY.
“Blue Wabe In 2” Installation in Biennial Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY. (catalog) *
“W.S.S.F.” Installation Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

1974

Webb and Parsons Gallery, New Canaan, CT.

1973

Razor Gallery, New York, NY.NY

Group Exhibitions

2014

Influx (arrival & inward flow of a large amount of something), CR10 Arts, Linlithgo, NY, August 16 – Septemeber 20
Black White Silver, Bellas Artes, Santa Fe, NM. June 27 – August 30.
Summer Review, Loretta Howard Gallery, New York, NY. June 26 – July 30.
New Summer Group Show, Elena Zang Gallery, Woodstock, NY. July 4.
Modern & Contemporary Selections from the Permanent Collection, The Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College, Lynchburg, VA. June 6 – August 24.
Impressive Impressions, Ohio University Kennedy Museum of Art, Columbus, OH. May 1 – July 13.
REfocus: Contemporary Photogravure, Dowd Gallery, SUNY Cortland, NY. March 18 – April 24.
Aquaflora, Lauren Rogers Museum of Art, Laurel, MS. January 14 – March 26.
Hooray for Hollywood, Pavel Zoubok Gallery & Mixed Greens Gallery, New York, NY. January 9 – February 8.

2013

The House We Live In, Fisher Studio Arts Building, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY. September 11 – October 2.
Cut And Paste, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, CO, June 13 – September 15.
The Land Before and After Time, Accola Griefen Gallery, 547 W. 27th St. #634 New York, NY, July 11 – August 10, 2013.
Interweaving, Tayloe Piggott Gallery, 62 South Glenwood, Jackson, Wyoming, July 11 – August 24, 2013.
Material World – Spun: Adventures in Textiles, Hamilton Building, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO. May 19 –September 22.
Materialized, Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO, May 16 – June 27.
Tandem Press: Twenty-Five Years, Chazen Museum of Art, Madison, WI, December 8 – February 3.

2012

Visit With Friends: Expanded Museum, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT, December 12.
Artists Choose Artists, Flomenhaft Gallery, New York, NY, Sept.13 – Oct. 27.
To be a Lady: Forty-Five Women in the Arts, curated by Jason Andrew, Norte Maar and the 1285 Avenue
of the Americas Art Gallery, September 24, 2012 – January 18, 2013.
THANKS: 50th Aniversary Year Exhibition, Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, OH. May 11– Aug. 11, 2012.
Visual Feast: A Pattern and Decoration Exhibition, Accola Griefen Gallery, New York, NY. June 28 – Aug. 4, 2012.
Matters of Fact, Hessel Museum of Art, Bard College, Center for Curatorial Studies 20th Anniversary, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, March 18 – May 27, 2012.

2011

Pavel Zoubak Gallery, 533 West 23rd Street, NY.
Art x Women at the Affordable Art Fair, (A.I.R. Gallery), 7 West 34th Street, New York, NY. May 5-8.
The Influentials, School of Visual Arts (SVA), Exhibition August 26 – September 21, 2011, The Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26 Street, 15th floor. Round Table Discussion moderated by Lindsay Pollock, editor-in-chief, Art in America, and featuring artists from The Influentials Exhibit, including Kate Gilmore, Suzanne McClelland, Mika Rottenberg, Phoebe Washburn, Marianne Vitale, Huma Bhabha, Francesco Clemente, Marilyn Minter, Judy Pfaff, Bela Tarr, and Riot Grrrl. September 13, 2011, SVA Theatre , 333 West 23 Street, New York, NY.
It’s All Good!! Apocalypse Now, Sideshow Gallery, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY. Jan 8 – Feb 20.

2010

For the Love of Paper – 13 Artists, Tayloe Piggott Gallery, Jackson, WY. Dec. 16 – Jan 30. 2011.
American Printmaking Now, Traveling Exhibition within China: National Art Museum of China, Beijing, Oct 9 – Nov 5; Guan Shanyue Art Museum, Shenzhen, Nov 16 – Dec 5; Zhejiang Art Musuem, Hangzhou, Dec 28 – Jan 23, 2011; Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai, March 8 – April 8, 2011.
Mirrors of Continuous Change: Global Art in a Global World, Taekwang Industrial Co. Ltd., Seoul, Korea.
Judy Pfaff, Nicola Lopez, Suzanne Caporael – Tandem Press, Pace Prints, Chelsea, NYC. May 21 – July 2.
Oeuvres sur papier, Galerie Jen-Luc & Takako Richard, Paris, France. March 13 – April 17.

2009

UNLIMITED IMPRESSIONS, featuring the work of Karn Kunc, Judy Pfaff and Brian Shure, The Art Gallery, University of Maryland, October 23 – December 19.
SLASH Paper Under the Knife, Musuem of Arts and Design, New York, NY. October 7 – April 4, 2010
DAUGHTERS OF THE REVOLUTION Women and Collage, Pavel Zoubok Gallery, New York, NY. July 2 – August 14.
Sculptors Draw, Lesley Heller Gallery, New York, NY. June 30 – August 21.
Exhibiton of Works by Newly Elected Members and Recipients of Honors and Awards, American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY. May 21 – June 14.

2008

Midnight Full of Stars, curated by Sara Lynn Henry, Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit, NJ. April 11 – June 6.

2007

After the Revolution: Women Who Transformed Contemporary Art, curated by Eleanor Heartney, Helaine Posner, Nancy Princenthal and Sue Scott, Dorsky Gallery, Curatorial Programs, Long Island City, NY, April 22 – June 29.
Decades: Featuring Judy Pfaff. Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO. January 18 – February 24.

2006

Ron Gorchov, Judy Pfaff, John Torreano Sussane Hilberry Gallery, Detroit, Michigan March 18-April 29
3D An Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio. May 5- July 29

2005

Nine Contemporary Sculptors: Fellows of the Saint-Gaudens Memorial. The UBS Art Gallery, September 22 – December 2.
Judy Pfaff, Jane Rosen. Braunstein/Quay Gallery, San Francisco, CA. April 2 – 30. * installation “Capella”
Collage signs & surfaces. Pavel Zoubok Gallery, New York, NY. April 21 – May 21.

2004

Women Artists of the Twentieth Century: Sweet Briar College, Anne Gary Pannell Art Gallery Collection, Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, VA. September 4 – December 17.
Collage: The Art of Attachment. Elena Zang Gallery, Shady (Woodstock), NY. October 1 – 31.
Group Exhibition of Paintings & Sculpture. Heritage Bank of Commerce, curated by Jane Salvin, San Jose, CA. August.
Watercolors. Dorsky Gallery/ Curatorial Programs, curated by Miranda McClintic, Long Island City, NY.
Judy Pfaff and Gregg Coniff: Camera and Ink. Milwaukee Art Museum, curated by Sarah Kirk, Milwaukee, WI. May 21-August 29.
A Method Toward a Means. Savannah Gallery, Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA. March 30 – May 1.
Judy Pfaff / Peregrine Honig. Byron C. Cohen Gallery for Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO. January 9 – February 28.

2003

From Surface to Form: Rosen, Morris, Pfaff. William Traver Gallery, Seattle, WA. April 4 – 27.
New Gallery Artists: Judy Pfaff and Harry Kramer, Ameringer Yohe Fine Art, The Gallery Center,
Boca Raton, FL. April 10 – May 3.
Drawings: Squeak Carnwath, Jane Rosen, Judy Pfaff. Sears – Peyton Gallery, New York, NY. May.
Pressure Points: Recent Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schittzer and the Jordanand Mina Schitzer frounation. El Paso, Texas.
Group Show. Elena Zang Gallery, Shady (Woodstock), NY.
2002 Good Things Come in Small Packages. Ameringer/Yohe, New York, NY. November 21 – December 21.
New Faces. Robert Kidd Gallery, Birmingham, MS. August.
The Belles of Amherst: Contemporary Women Artists. Mead Art Museum, Amherst, MA. May 31 – September 8.
Art Chicago 2002. Tandem Press, Chicago, Il. May 10 – 23.
The 177th Annual. National Academy of Design, New York, NY. May 1 – June 9.
American Academy Invitational Exhibition of Painting & Sculpture. The American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY. March 4 – April 7.
Art in Context. Schmidt Bigham Gallery, Benefit Exhibiition and Silent Auction, New York, NY. March 21 – 26.
Darkness and Brightness, Sears-Peyton-Gallery, New York, NY. January 2 – February 16.
Group Show. Elena Zang Gallery, Shady (Woodstock), NY.

2001

Group Show. Elena Zang Gallery, Shady, Woodstock, NY.
Art Is For The Spirit. Duetsche Bank, New York, NY December 4 – January 25, 2002.
Rupture and Revision: Collage in America. Pavel Zoubok, Inc, New York, NY. November 29 – January 5, 2002.
Yale Alumni. New Haven, CT. October 1 – 28.
Art Transplant, British Artists in New York. Curated by Mei- Ling Harris and Caroline Hansberry,
British Consul-General’s Residence, New York, NY. October 1 – 31. Catolog essay by Irving Sandler.
Mostly Black and White: Photography and Works on Paper. Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR. October 4 – 27.
Pressure Points: Recent Prints from the Collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer, traveling exhibition 2001 – 2004. The Art Gym, Marylhurst Unversity, Marylhurst, OR; Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Willamette University, Salem OR; Western Gallery, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA; Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, MT; Museum of Art, Washington State University, Pullman, WA; Schneider Museum of Art, Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR; Pendleton Center for the Arts, Pendleton, OR; Stanlee & Gerald Rubin Center of the Visual Arts, The University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX; Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX; Indiana University Art Musuem, Bloomington, IN; Hillstrom Musuem of Art, Gustavus Adolphus College, Saint Peter, MN.
Beauty Without Regret. Curated by Robert Kushner. Bellas Artes Gallery, Santa Fe, NM. June 28 -August 4.
New Prints 2001. International Print Center New York (IPCNY), New York, NY. May 15 – August 3.
Conversations from the Heart: Paintings, Sculpture, Drawings. Curated by Barbara Lapcek. The
Educational Alliance Gallery, New York, NY. February 14 – March 30.
Shadow Dancing. D’Amelio/Torres Gallery, New York, NY. January 6 – February 10.

2000

Judy Pfaff, Mary Frank, Joan Snyder. Elena Zang Gallery, Shady (Woodstock), NY.
The Likeness of Being. Curated by Judith Stein. D.C. Moore Gallery, New York, NY.
THE END: An Independent Vision of Contemporary Culture, 1982-2000. Exit Art, New York, NY.
Can Chaos Have a Theory: Robert Frank, Elizabeth Murray, Judy Pfaff, Keith Sonnier, Daniel
Spoerri. Curated by Jane Haimes-Cantres. Pratt Institute Brooklyn and Pratt Manhattan Gallery. Part One: September 23 – November 1, Part Two: November 17 – January 6.
Construction Site: Chamberlain, Pfaff, Stella. Ameringer – Howard Gallery, New York, NY. June 15 – July 28.
Welded! Sculpture of the Twentieth Century. Neuberger Museum, SUNY Purchase, NY. April 30 – August 27.
Studio Arts Faculty Exhibition 2000. Fischer Studio Arts Building, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, NY. February 2 – 23.
Beyond the Press: Innovations in Print. Hand Workshop Art Center, Richmond, VA. January 21 – March 12.
Works from the Studio. Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR. January 6 – February 12.
Recent Prints. Robischon Gallery, Denver, CO. January 5 – February 26.

1999

Jane Hammond and Judy Pfaff. Byron Cohen Gallery, Kansas City, MO.
Off the Wall. Curated by Michael Klein. Ashville Art Museum, Ashville, NC.
Indoor Group Show. Elena Zang Gallery, Shady (Woodstock), NY.
Sculptors and Their Environments. Rockland Center for the Arts, West Nyack, NY. October 17 – December 10.
Where the Girls Are: Prints by Women from the DIAS Collection. The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI. July 11 – September 26.
Women in Print. Jim Kempner Fine Art, New York, NY. March 6 – April 11.
Stella, Pfaff, Sugarman. Curated by Steve Davis. Tatunz, New York, NY. February 2- March 20.

1998

Recent Acquisitions: Contemporary Prints, The National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC. September 25 – December 6.
Portraits Speak: Chuck Close In Conversation With 27 Of His Subjects. Dorfman Projects,
New York, NY.
Artists of the Hudson Valley. Kendall Art and Design, Hudson, NY.
Drawings : Judy Pfaff & Jane Rosen. Kendall Art and Design, Hudson, NY. February 5 – March 8.
Pop Abstraction. Museum of American Art, Philadelphia, PA. February 21 – April 19.
Group Show. Elena Zang Gallery, Shady (Woodstock), NY.

1997

Drawn and Quartered. Curated by Michael Steinberg, Karen McCready Gallery, New York, NY.
Drawings… An Annual Bi-coastal Invitational. Meyerson & Nowinski, Seattle, WA.
Pieces Speak. Curated by Sylvia Netzer Gallery 128, New York, NY.
A Thought Intercepted. Curated by Bob Nugent and Gay Shelton, California Museum of Art, Luther
Burband Center for the Arts, Santa Rosa, CA.
Before Construction Occurs, Sculptors’ Drawings. School of Visual Arts, New York, NY.
Flowers. Elena Zang Gallery, Shady (Woodstock), NY.
Thirty-five Years at Crown Point Press: The Artist Prints.
Real(ist) Women II. Northwood University, West Palm Beach, CA.
Annual Outdoor Sculpture Show. Elena Zang Gallery, Shady (Woodstock), NY.
Indoor Group Show. Elena Zang Gallery, Shady (Woodstock), NY.

1996

Indoor Group Show. Elena Zang Gallery, Shady (Woodstock), NY.
Summer Group Exhibition. Thomas Babeor & Co., La Jolla, CA.
Bard College Group Exhibition. Kanazaawa Ishikawa, Japan.
New Visions: Al Held, Jules Olitski, Judy Pfaff. Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, NY.
New Art On Paper. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA. March 17 – May 26.
West Meets East. Numark Gallery, Washington, D.C. March 21 – May 11.

1995

Greene County Council for Arts, Catskill, NY.
In Three Dimensions: Women Sculptors of the 90’s., Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY.

1994

The Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, NY.
Inspired By Nature. Neuberger Museum, SUNY Purchase, Purchase, NY.
Art On Paper. Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC.
Three Degrees of Separation. Benefit Exhibition and Sale for Independent Curators, Sonnabend Gallery, New York, NY.
American Academy Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture. American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY.
Rough Cuts: The Extended Artist’s Notebook. Henry Street Settlement, Abrons Arts Center, New York, NY. March 18 – April 30.
Garden of Sculptural Delights, Exit Art, New York, NY. March 12 – April 23.

1993

Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts Benefit Exhibition. Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, NY.
The Return of the Cadavre Exquis. The Drawing Center, New York, NY.
Reflections on the Center: 25 Years. The Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, OH.
Color Options: Joseph Albers, Alexander Calder, Judy Pfaff, Janet Taylor, William T. Williams.
The Fine Arts Gallery, Westchester Community College, NY.
Spheres of Influence: Artists and Their Students in the Permanent Collection of the Whitney
Museum of American Art. Whitney Museum of American Art at Champion, Stanford, CT.
Scratching the Surface: Between Paper and Printing. The Gallery of the Department of Art and Art History, Colgate University, New York, NY.
Outdoor Sculpture: Displayed Indoors. Max Protetch, New York, NY. June 17 – July.
Table Sculpture. Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, NY.
Artschwager, Egner, Farber, Goodwin, Gorchov, Jensen, Mitchnick, Morley, Pfaff, Phelan.
Susanne Hilberry Gallery, MI.
Sculptors on Paper. Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, WA.
Lyric with An Edge. Victoria Munro Fine Arts, New York, NY.
Works on Paper. Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY.
Help Build Iris House. Manhattan Borough President’s Office, The Women & AIDS Working Group,
New York, NY.

1992

44th Annual Academy-Institute Purchase Exhibition. American Academy and Institute of Arts
and Letters, New York, NY.
Art Against AIDS. “Together for the Cure” Benefit, AmFAR, New York, NY.
BCCDHHHJKNPPRSSW. Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University, New York,
NY. September 16 – October 31.
Process to Presence: Issues in Sculpture 1960-1990. Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.
American Figuration. From the Lilja Collection, Henie Onstad Art Center, Norway.
1991 Sculptors’ Drawings. Bellas Artes, Santa Fe, NM. November 27 – January 4.
Presswork: The Art of Women Printmakers. The National Museum of Women in the Arts,
Washington. D.C. [traveling exhibition from 1991 to 1993]
Stephen Davis, Gianfranco Langatta, Judy Pfaff, Pino Molica. New York. November 1 – December 31.
From A – Z: Prints and Drawings from the Permanent Collection. University of Massachusetts at
Amherst, MA. November 2 – December 15.
Physicality. Hunter College, City University of New York; University Art Gallery, State University of
New York at Albany; List Art Center, Brown University; Plattsburgh Art Museum, State University
College at Plattsburgh; Roland Gibson Gallery, State University at Potsdam; University Art Museum,
State University at Binghamton. [traveling exhibition from March 1991 to August 1992]
Drawing Conclusions. Installation, Molica guidArte, New York, NY.
25th Anniversary Exhibition. Gloria Luria Gallery, Bay Harbor Islands, FL.
Discarded. The Emerson Gallery at Rockland Center for the Arts, West Nyack, NY. October 6 – November 15.
Contemporary Woodblock Prints. The Leif E. Johnson Memorial Exhibition, Installation,
Edison Community College, Fort Myers, FL.
Glass in the Service of Meaning. Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA. November 2 – January 26.
Interactions: Collaborations in the Visual and Performing Arts. Institute of Contemporary Art,
University of Pennsylvania, PA.

1990

Painted Forms: Recent Metal Sculpture. Installation, Whitney Museum of American
Art at Philip Morris, New York, NY.
Eva Hesse, Louise Lawler, Agnes Martin, Melissa Meyer, Judy Pfaff, Kiki Smith,
Jackie Winsor. Installation, Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY. December 20 – January 19.
Art on Paper. Weatherspoon Art Gallery, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, NC.
1990 Seoul Art Festival – Contemporary Paintings on Hanji. Organized by the Seoul
Art Festival Executive Committee, Seoul, Korea.
Mind & Matter. Organized by the International Art Projects, Chosun Ilbo Gallery, Seoul, Korea; Dowse
Art Museum, Wellington, (Lower Hutt) New Zealand; Bishop Sutter Gallery, Nelson, New Zealand;
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Manila, Philippines; Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan;
Hong Kong; National Museum, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; National Museum, Singapore.
Scatter. Shea & Beker, New York, NY.
Diverse Representations. The Morris Museum, Morristown, NJ. September 18 – November 18.
Altered States. Crown Point Press, New York, NY. July 18 – August 31.
The Children’s AIDS Project – A Benefit Exhibition: In Memory of James 1984 – 1988. Daniel
Weinberg Gallery, Santa Monica, CA. July 26 – August 12.
A Decade of American Drawing. Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.
Sculptors on Paper. Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE.
On the Move. The Museum of Modern Art Advisory Service, Pfizer Inc., New York, NY.
Immaterial Objects: Works from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum
of American Art, Installation, New York, NY, Albany Museum of Art, Albany, GA,
January 12 – February 25; San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA, July 21 – September 23.
1989 Delineations: Patrick Ireland, Judy Pfaff, Paul Di Marinis. Fuller Gross Gallery, San Francisco, CA. July 8 – August 12.
Lines in Space. Installation, Air Lines Exhibition, Hillwood Art Gallery, C. W.; Long Island
University, Brookville, NY; Blum Helman Warehouse, NY.
Making Their Mark. Cincinnati Art Museum, OH; New Orleans Museum of Art, LA; Denver Art
Museum, CO; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA.
Contemporary Environments. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.
Golden Opportunity: Benefit Sale for the Resettlement of Salvadorian Refugees. Castelli Graphics, New York, NY.
Abstraction in Question. The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL.
Mike Kelly, Judy Pfaff, Keith Sonnier. Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Birmingham, MI.
International Sculpture Center Benefit Auction. Washington, D.C.
Contemporary Woodblock Prints. Installation, Jersey City Museum, NJ. December 6 – March 3.
Projects & Portfolios: The 25th National Print Exhibition.The Brooklyn Museum, NY.
Immaterial Objects: Works from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum
of American Art. Installation, New York, NY; North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC.
October 14 – December 31.
20 Years: Max Protetch Gallery. Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY.
Art Forum 1989. Trenton State College, Department of Art, Trenton, NJ.

1988

Indoor/Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition. El Bohio Community and Cultural Center, New York, NY.
Aspects of Abstraction. Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY.
A Graphic Muse: Prints by Contemporary Women. Installation, Mt. Holyoke College Art Museum,
South Hadley, MA; Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT; Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa
Barbara, CA; Richmond Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA; The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art,
Kansas City, MO.
Summer Group Show. Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY.
Narrative Art. Installation, Mark Twain Gallery, Saint Louis, MI.
American Baroque. Installation, Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY.
Sculpture Since the Sixties. Whitney Museum of American Art at Equitable Center, New York, NY.

1987

Sculptors on Paper: New Work. Installation, Bassett, Steenbock & Brittingham Galleries, Madison
Art Center, WI.
The Level of Volume. Organized by Judy Pfaff, Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, OH. April 3 – May 16.
Standing Ground: Sculpture by American Women. Installation, The Contemporary Arts Center,
Cincinnati, OH.
American Sculpture: Investigations. Davis/McClain Gallery, Houston, TX. April 30 – June 20.
Sculpture of the Eighties. The Queens Museum, Flushing, NY.
After Pollock: Three Decades of Diversity. Installation, Iannetti-Lanzone Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
Contemporary American Collage 1960-85. Installation, Herter Art Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.
Art Against Aids. Installation, Benefit Auction, Sotheby’s New York, organized by Livet Reichard,
New York, NY. May – December
Faux Arts: Surface Illusions and Simulated Materials in Recent Art. Installation, La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA.
Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY.
Sculptors on Paper: New Work. Madison Arts Center, Madison, WI; Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, PA; Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, MI; Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, NE. December 5 – January 31.

1986

Text & Image: The Wording of American Art. Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY. December 11 – January 3.
Objects Observed. Summit Art Center, NJ.
Janie Beggs Fine Arts, Ltd., Wheeler Opera House, Aspen, CO.
An American Renaissance: Painting & Sculpture Since 1940. Installation, Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Baskerville & Watson Gallery, New York, NY.
Homeworks / Public Works. Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL.
Recent Acquisitions. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY.
Sorkin Gallery, New York, NY.
Boston Collects: Contemporary Painting and Sculpture. Graham Gund Galleries, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA.
Sculptors’ Drawings. Installation, traveling exhibition: Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA; Prichard Art Gallery, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID; Dexter Art Gallery, California Polytechnic State University, CA; St. Louis University Art Gallery, St. Louis, MO; California State University, Stanislaus, CA. February 15, 1986 – October 15, 1987.
Viewpoint ‘86: Painting and the Third Dimension. Installation, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI.

1985

Working in Brooklyn / Sculpture. Installation, The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY. October 18 – January 6.
Deconstruction/Construction (Sculpture). Museum School Gallery, School of the Museum of
Fine Arts, Boston, MA.
An American Renaissance: Painting and Sculpture Since 1940. Installation, Museum of Art,
Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Illuminating Color: Four Approaches in Contemporary Painting and Photography. Installation,
Pratt Institute, New York, NY.
A Summer Selection: Paintings, Drawings, Sculptures, Prints, Photographs. Castelli Gallery,
New York, NY.
Abstract Relationships. Charles Cowles Gallery, New York, NY. June 6 – July 12.
The Razor Show. Organization of Independent Artists, Jayne H. Baum Gallery, Hudson Center
Galleries, New York, NY.
Eddies. Visual Arts Museum, New York, NY.
Eccentric Edges. The Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.
New Dimensions – Painting. Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY.
Plastics. Marilyn Pearl Gallery, New York, NY.
Gloria Luria Gallery, Miami, FL.
Ten. University Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.
Innovative Still Life. Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY.
Selections from the Art Advisory Committee. Museum of Modern Art, Members Dining Room,
New York, NY.

1984

Chromatics: A Sculpture Exhibition of 20 Artists. Curated by Judd Tully, organized by the Modern
Art Consultants, Inc., The Mendik Company & 909 Third Avenue, New York, NY.
Three-Dimensional Photographs / Three-Dimensional Paintings. Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, OH.
Current Expressions. Fuller Goldeen Gallery, CA.
Out of Square. Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI.
Contemporary Drawings as Idea: Concepts, Records, Projects. Installation, Sarah Lawrence College,
Bronxville, NY.
An International Survey of Recent Painting and Sculpture. Installation, The Museum of Modern Art,
New York, NY.
The Innovative Landscape. Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY.
Arte, Ambiente, Scena / XL Biennale di Venezia. The Garden, Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy.
A Decade of New Art. Artists Space, New York, NY.
Summer Group Exhibition. Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY.
The National Midyear Exhibition. Installation, The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH.
Art on Paper: 120th Weatherspoon Annual Exhibition. Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC.
Viewpoint ‘84: Out of Square. Cranbrook Academy Art Museum.
Figurative Sculpture. Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Birmingham, MI.
Maximalism. Tweed Gallery, Plainfield, NJ.

1983

Back to the USA. Installation, Kunst Museum, Lucerne; Rheinissches Landesmuseum, Bonn;
Kunstverein, Stuttgart.
Three Dimensional Photographs. Castelli Graphics, New York, NY.
A Contemporary Collection on Loan from the Rothschild Bank Ag, Zurich, La Jolla Museum of
Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA.
The Next Wave: BAM. Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, NY.
An Historical Overview. Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY. September 20 – October 5.
New Work. Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY. October 15 – 29.
Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

1982 New York Now. Installation, Kestner Gesellschaft, Hanover; Kunstverein fur die Rheinland und
Westfalen, Dusseldorf.
36.18.6.1. Sarah Lawrence College Art Gallery, Bronxville, NY.
New York Generation. Origrafica, Davidshallsgatan, Malmo, Sweden.
Energie New York. Installation, ELAC Centre d’Exchanges, Lyon, France. January 15 – March 15.
Nature as Image and Metaphor: Selected Works by Contemporary Women Artists. Green Space, NY.
Dynamix.The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH.
Quilts and Collages. Randolph-Macon Women’s College, Lynchburg, VA.
Aspects of Post-Modernism. Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta, GA.
Black and White. Organized by Art Lending Service, The Museum of Modern Art, New York,
NY, for Freeport Company.
The Americans: The Collage. Installation, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX. July 11 –
October 3.
Cuts. University of Missouri Art Gallery, Kansas City, MI.
Gallery Group Show. Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY.

1981

Bill Jensen, Louise Fishman, Judy Pfaff, Stuart Diamond, Guy Goodwin. Suzanne Lemberg Usdan Gallery, Bennington College, VT.
New York in Black and White. Art Lending Service, The Museum of Modern Art; Dancer, Fitzgerald and Sample Inc., New York, NY.
Variants: Drawings by Contemporary Sculptors. Installation, Sewall Art Gallery, Rice University,
Houston, TX; Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX; Newcomb Gallery, Tulane University,
New Orleans, LA; The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA.
Art for ERA. Zabriskie Gallery, New York, NY.
Selected Drawings. Ben Shahn Center for the Visual Arts, William Paterson College, Wayne, NJ.
Works on Paper. University Art Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA.
Carol Getz Gallery, Miami, FL.
New Directions: A Selection of Works by Sam Hunter from the Commodities
Corporation Collection. Installation, Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL; Oklahoma City, OK;
Santa Barbara Museum of Art, CA; Grand Rapids Art Museum, MI; Madison Fine Art Center,
Madison,WI; Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, AL.
Post-Modernist Metaphors. Installation, The Alternative Museum, New York, NY.
Contemporary Drawings in Search of an Image. University of California, Santa Barbara, CA.
Aspects of Post-Modernism: Decorative and Narrative Art. The Squibb Gallery, E.R. Squibb & Sons,
Inc., Princeton, NJ.
35 Artists Return to Artists Space: A Benefit Exhibition. Installation, Artists Space, New York, NY.

1980

Other Media. Visual Arts Gallery, Florida International University, Miami, FL.
Drawings: The Pluralist Decade. Installation, Institute for Contemporary Art, University of
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
Drawings: The Pluralist Decade. Installation, United States Pavilion, Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy; Kunstforeningen Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark; Henie Onstad Museum, Norway; Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid, Spain; Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon, Portugal.
1980 Penthouse Exhibition. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.

1979

Two Decades of Abstraction: New Abstractions. Installation, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.
Small Works. Art Latitude Gallery, New York, NY.
Sculptural Perspectives: An Exhibition of Small Sculpture in the 70’s. Installation, curated by Phyllis Plous University of California, Santa Barbara Art Museum, Santa Barbara, CA. (catalog)
Judy Pfaff, Janis Provisor, Marianne Stikas, Lynton Wells. Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY.
Perkins Center for the Arts, Moorestown, NJ.
Sixth Anniversary Exhibition: Laurie Anderson, Jon Borofsky, Scott Burton, Lois Lane, Ree
Morton, Judy Pfaff, Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt, Barbara Schwartz, Charles Simmonds, John
Torreano. Artists Space, New York, NY.

1978

Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Detroit, MI.
Prototypes. Curated by Jill Gregorich, L.A.C.E. Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

1977

Space Window: Man in Space and Space in Art, Brown University & Rhode sland School of Design. September 14 – October 6.
Faculty Exhibition, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA. April 19 – May 22.

1976

Scale. Fine Arts Building, New York, NY.
Recent Works. Johnson Gallery, Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT.

1975

Group Indiscriminate. 112 Greene Street, New York, NY.
John Doyle Gallery, Chicago, IL.

 

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Thompson, Mimi, “Judy Pfaff.” Bomb, Issue no. 69, pgs. 76 – 82.
“Too Cool.” Metrotimes, August 4, cover of Happenings section.
“Working Proof.” Art on Paper, March/April, p. 55.

1998 Princenthal, Nancy. “Judy Pfaff: Life and Limb.” Art in America, October, Vol. 86, Iss. 10, cover, pgs. 100-105.
D’Arcy, Joan. “Exhibit Pays Homage To Friendship, Artistic, Dialogue.” Daily Freeman, February 20.
Garden Castro, Jan. “Poetry out of Chaos.” Sculpture, February 1998, Vol.17, No 2, cover & pgs 22-27.
Farnkel, David. “Judy Pfaff: Andre Emmerich Gallery.” Art Forum, February, vol. 36, no. 6, pg. 89.
Shinn, Dorothy. “Art Review.” The Beacon Journal, April 12, pg. D3.
Sichel, Berta. “Judith Pfaff Vai Representar Os EUA Na Bienal De SP.” O Estado De S. Paulo,
February 18, pgs. D1, D5.
Whittaker, Richard. “Judy Pfaff: Hands On: Conversation with Richard Whittaker.” Works +
Conversations, No. 1, cover and pgs. 2-13.

1997 “Artist.” Crown Point Press, webguy.crownpoint.com.
Diehl, Carol. “Judy Pfaff: Andre Emmerich.” ARTnews, December, vol. 96, iss. 11, pg.162.
Eauclaire, Sally. “Judy Pfaff: Santa Fe, Bellas Artes.” ARTnews, November, vol. 95, iss. 10, pgs.138-140.
Ebony, David. “David Ebony’s N.Y. Top Ten : Judy Pfaff at Andre Emmerich Gallery.” www.artnet.com,
September 23.
Glueck, Grace. “Review: Judy Pfaff at Andre Emmerich.” New York Times, September 12, section C,
pg. 25.
Kesten, Joanne. The Portrait Speaks: Chuck Close in Conversation With 27 of His Subjects, A.R.T.
Press, New York, pgs. 375 – 406.
Maxwell, Douglas F. “Judy Pfaff.” Review, October 1, pg. 28.
Smith, Roberta. “Art In Review: The Print Fair.” The New York Times, November 8, Section C, pg. 23.

1996 Takemoto, Elayne S. “Artist Pieces Together Work Until It Fits.” The Bakersfield California, April 23,
pgs. F1, F4.
Cohn, David. “Mondrian and The Third Dimension.” Sculpture, February, pg. 28.
Muchin, Suzanne. “Judy Pfaff: Art Center College of Design.” ARTnews, May, pg.142.
“New Art On Paper.” Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Pfaff, Judy. “A Portfolio by Judy Pfaff.” Bard College Alumni Magazine, March, pg. 26.
Remer, Abby. Pioneering Spirits, The Lives and Times of Remarkable Women Artists in Western History.
Davis Publications, Worcester, MA, pg.142.
Tansey, Richard and Fred Kleiner. Gardner’s Art Through the Ages, 10th Edition (Harcourt Brace).
Wilson, Malin. “Exhibits Span Kitschy to Chaotic.” Journal North, The Arts, July 11.
Art in America, May, p.136.

1995 Atkins, Robert. “When the Art Is Public, the Making Is, Too.” The New York Times, July 23, Arts & Leisure, pgs.1, 32.
Belz, Carl. “Scenes of an Installation.” Brandeis Review, Spring, vol. 15, no. 3, pgs. 28-33.
Bensley, Lis. “From Pop Colors To a Deeper, Calmer Palette.” The Santa Fe New Mexican, June 30.
Conjunctions, vol. 24, cover photograph.
Hackett, Regina. “Judy Pfaff Exhibit Shows How Glass School Shapes Other Artwork.” Seattle
Post-Intelligencer, pg. 20.
Hemp, Christine. “Judy Pfaff Sculpture And Drawings.” THE magazine, August, pg. 87.
Jaeger, William. “Elemental Bond.” Times Union, February 19, pg. G3.
Josselin, Victoria. “Judy Pfaff – Walk Into a Deeper, Denser Space.” Reflex, Aug/Sept, vol. 9, no. 7,
pg. 20.
Litt, Steven. “Museum Artists Explore New Vistas.”
Netzer, Sylvia. “3 New York Artists.” Neues Glas/New Glass, February, cover & pgs. 18-29.
Noda, Masaaki. “Dynamism of Women Artists.” Chgoku Shimbu(Japanese Newspaper),
February 21, pg. 11.
Nolan, Jim. “Odd? Hey, it’s a ‘Virgo.’” The Philadelphia Daily News, July 26, pg. 4.
Silver, Joanne. “Judy Pfaff.” ARTnews, May, pg.154.
Stapen, Nancy. “At Brandeis, an ‘Elephant’ You’ll Never Forget.” The Boston Globe,
February 14, pgs. 53, 57.
Unger, Miles. “Rose Art Museum.” Art New England, June/July.
Updike, Robin. “Gallery Walk.” The Seattle Times, July 13, pgs. E1, E2.

1994 ARTnews, March, pg. 139.
Ballatore, Sandy. Romantic Modernism, 100 Years (Museum of New Mexico), pg. 48.
Buser, Thomas. Experiencing Art Around Us (Minnesota: West Educational Publishing).
Chandler, Mary Voetz. “Landscape as Metaphor.” Spotlight, 15 May, pgs. 1, 58, 59, 61.

Cotter, Holland. “Art in Review.” The New York Times,1 July, pg. C18.
. “Columbus Museum of Art. Landscape as Metaphor.” Dialogue, Sept/Oct, pgs. 32-33.
Feran, Tim. “The Power of Landscape.” The Columbus Dispatch, October 9 1994, pp.1H, 2H.
Friedman, Martin et al. Visions of America: Landscape as a Metaphor in the Twentieth
Century (Denver Art Museum and Columbus Museum of Art), front flap, pgs. 15, 208 – 211.
Gimelson, Deborah. “Art World Collides With Information Highway in New Magazine.”
The New York Observer, 21 March.
Gedeon, Lucinda. “Inspired By Nature.” [show catalogue], Neuberger Museum of Art. September.
Gouveia, Georgette. “The Relationship Between Nature, Art is Exposed.” Daily Item (Purchase, NY), October 24.
Hall, Jacqueline. “Landscape on Massive Scale Stirs Senses.” The Columbus Dispatch, October 23,
pg. 9H.
Hill, Hart. “The Sky’s the Limit.” Westword, 11-17 May.
Hori, Victor Sogen. “Sweet & Sour Buddhism.” Tricycle, Fall, pgs. 48, 51 [image only].
Hummer, Tracey. “Landscape as Metaphor: Visions of America in the Late 20th Century.”
Dialogue, Nov/Dec, pgs. 13-15.
Janson, H. W. History of Art, 5th Edition (New York: Harry N. Abrams).
Lankford, Plank and Katz. Themes and Fountations of Art, Student & Teacher’s Editions.
Larson, Kay. “The Dance of Life and Death” New York, 28 March, pg. 100.
Mason, Marilyn S. “Landscapes With New Vistas.” The Christian Science Monitor, 16 May, pgs. 16 – 17.
Nemy, Enid. “Chronicle.” The New York Times, 22 February, pg. B5.
Raynor, Vivien. “The Sublime, the Modern and the Literal in Views of the Land.” The New York Times, November 13, pg. 20.
Rosen, Steven. ‘“Landscape as Metaphor’ Charts Unusual Terrain.” The Sunday Denver Post, May 8,
pgs. 1 & 18A.
“Eye On Nature.” The Scarsdale Inquirer, November 14, pg.17.
Smith, Roberta. “Art in Review: Three Curators’ Choices.” The New York Times, 3 June, pg. C25.
Stein, Deidre. “Judy Pfaff: Andre Emmerich.” ARTnews, November, pg.153.
The New Yorker, “Goings on About Town” April 18, pg. 21.
Wallach, Amei. “An Exuberant Celebration of Life.” Art Review, Part 2, NY.
Yau, John. “Profile: Judy Pfaff.” Visions of America: Landscape as a Metaphor in the Twentieth Century, pgs. 142 – 147.
1993 Fleming, Lee. “At Gallery K, Letting It All Hang Out (Drawings by Sculptors).” The
Washington Post, 17 July, p. F2.
Jackel, Stephen. “A New Place to Call Home.” New York Newsday, 3 February.
Nathan, Jean. “Yaddo.” The New York Times, Styles Section, 19 September, pgs. 1, 11MB.
Rodgers, Jim. “Corpo Onbrosso: An Installation by Judy Pfaff.” Brooklyn Waterfront Artists’Coalition, February.
Roznoy, Cynthia. “Artists and Their Students.” Spheres of Influence, The Whitney Museum of American
Art, pgs. 6 & 23.
25 Years: A Retrospective, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, OH. pg. 65.
Saltz, Jerry. “What’s an Artist’s Artist?.” Art & Auction, April, pg. 78.
Sozanski, Edward J. “Exhibitions Spawned by the Sculpture Conference.” The Philadelphia
Inquirer, 25 June.
Baier, Lesley K. and Newman, Sasha M., eds. Yale Collects Yale:1950 – 1993, pgs. 75, 79, and 94.
Westfall, Stephen. “Judy Pfaff at Max Protetch.” Art In America, January vol. 81, iss. 1, pgs. 97-99.
Zimmer, William. “Sculptors Face Off In Two-Part Harmony.” The New York Times, Art Section,
3 January, pg.12 CN.

1992 Bourdon, David. “Critic’s Diary: Seeing It All, or Six Weeks in Manhattan Galleries.” Art in
America, September 1992, p. 59.
Brown, Kathan. “Judy Pfaff: An Involvement with Printmaking.” Overview, Crown Point
Press Newsletter, Spring 1992, pp. 1 & 6.
Floss, Michael M. and Shartin, Anastasia D. “Embracing Ambiguity: Judy Pfaff at Crown
Point Press.” Artweek, 9 July1992
“Half A Dozen of the Other – Che Cosa Acqua.” Washi World Correspondence, vol. 4 / no. 5,
Tokushima,Japan, December 1992, cover.
Harris, Larissa. “BCCDHHHJKNPPRRSSW.” Spectator, 24 September 1992.
Hsu, Emilie. “Wallach Art Gallery Presents BCCDHHJKNPPRSSW.” The Federalist
Paper, 22 September 1992, Section 2, pp. 2 & 10.
Lewallen, Constance. “New Editions.” Overview, Crown Point Press Newsletter, Spring 1992, pp. 2 – 6.
Marshall, Richard. Immaterial Objects, (exhibition catalogue), Whitney Museum of American Art,
September 1992, pp. 2 & 4.
Raven, Arlene. “Double Bed.” The Village Voice, 10 March 1992, p. 91.
Rice, Robin. “The Gang’s All Here.” Philadelphia City Paper, 3 – 10 July 1993, p. 4.
Stranahan, Susan Q. “A Soaring Sculpture to Befit a Grand Hall.” The Philadelphia Inquirer,
Metro Section, 15 October 1992, pp. B1 & B8.
Strickland, Carol. The Annotated Mona Lisa: A Crash Course in Art History from
Prehistoric to Post-Modern, Missouri: Andrews & McMeel, 1992, p. 193.
Tanaka, Hiroko. “The Warrior of the Installation, Judy Pfaff: Mixing Air & Lightness,
Bundling Time & Space Into Spiritual Depth,” Hi-Fashion Art in New York, Japan: Bunka
Shuppan Bureau, August 1992, pp. 170 – 171.
The Village Voice Listings, 3 March 1992, p. 69.
Zimmer, William. “Whitney Museum in Stamford Offers Iconoclastic Objects.” The New
York Times, 29 March 1992, p. 22 (CN).

1991 Abrams, Joyce. Discarded (catalogue for The Rockland Center for the Arts), pp. 1 & 8.
Brenson, Michael. “Painted Forms: Recent Metal Sculpture,” The New York Times, 4 January
1991, p. C20.
Caciopp, Nancy. “From Waste to Art: Artists Find the Beauty in Refuse at Center for the Arts Exhibit,”
Rockland Journal News, 4 October 1991, p. C1.
Franchi, Michael. Theorio, May 1991, p.23
Gardner, Helen. Art Through the Ages, 9th Edition, Florida: Harcourt Brace & Co., 1991, pp.
1074-1075, color pl.. 23-57.
Hakaknason Colby, Joy. “Judy Pfaff Combines Painting and Sculpting to Wild Effect,” The
Detroit News, 1 March 1991
Heartney, Eleanor. “Report from Seoul: Korea Opens the Door,” Art in America, April
1991, p. 69.
Hoffman, Randi. “Drawings Reveal A Little More About Those Who Sculpt Art,” The New
Mexican, 13 December 1991.
Miro, Marsha. “Sculptures With Cadence / Judy Pfaff’s Art: Superb, Innovative,
Wonderful,” Detroit Free Press,17 March 1991.
Posner, Helaine. American Women Artists: 1945 to the Present, (exhibition catalogue), The
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Spring 1991.
Rice, Robin. “Down to the Wire: The Inspired Improvisations of Sculptor Judy Pfaff at
PAFA and the Fabric Workshop,” Philadelphia City Paper, 26 July – 2 August 1991, p. 17.
Schwan, Gary. “On and Off-the-Wall Art,” The Palm Beach Post, 5 April 1991, p. 35.
“PBCC’s Art Show is ‘Off the Wall’,” The Palm Beach Post.
Sozanski, Edward J. “Textile Workshop Motivates Sculptor to Change Emphasis,” The
Philadelphia Inquirer, 11 July 1991, p. 3C.
Stein, Judith. Judy Pfaff, New Work, (exhibition catalogue), Pennsylvania Academy of the
Fine Arts, Morris Gallery, The Fabric Workshop, June 1991.
Zimmer, William. “Big Names in the Recycling Game Coax Poetry From Debris,”
The New York Times, October 20,1991, p. WC.

1990 Atkins, Robert. Artspeak, New York: Abbeville Press, 1990, pp. 22 & 90.
Brenson, Michael. “New Curator at Modern Challenges Convention,” The New York Times,
December 28, 1990, p.C26.
Cullinan, Helen. “Kids Find Sculptor is Good Scout: An Infusion of Playful Buoyancy,”
The Plain Dealer, November 28, 1990.
Esch, Pamela R. “Judy Pfaff: Sculptural Installation,” Dialogue, November/December 1990
Gardner, Paul. “Scrambling Spaces: No One Controls Chaos Like Sculptor Judy Pfaff,”
Smart , March 1990, pp. 36 -37.
Gear, Josephine. Painted Forms: Recent Metal Sculpture (exhibition catalogue), Whitney
Museum of American Art at Philip Morris, December 1990, pp. 3,4 and 6.
Janson, H.W. History of Art, Third ed., 1986, New York: Harry N.
Abrams, pp. 722 – 723 and color plate 161.
Morgan, Robert C. Concept – Decoratif: Anti-Formalist Art of the 70s (Nahan Contemporary
Catalog), p. 25.
Smith, Roberta. “For Judy Pfaff, Moderation at Last,” The New York Times, September 28
1990, p. C19.
The New Yorker, October 6, 1990, p. 22.
The Plain Dealer,November 12, 1990.
Wiener, Daniel. “Judy Pfaff,” F;ash Art, vol. XXII / no. 155, November /December 1990, pp. 155 – 156.
Yau, John. Diverse Representations 1990, New Jersey: The Morris Museum, 1990
“Review,” The New Yorker,October 8, 1990, p. 22.
“Left – Right: A Project for ArtForum by Judy Pfaff,” ArtForum, May 1990, pp. 133 -134.

1989 Baker, Kenneth. “‘Delineations’ at Fuller Gross,” San Francisco Chronicle,July 29, 1989.
Braff, Phyllis. “Lines Redefining Space,” The New York Times, April 9,1989, p. 22 LI.
“Choices,” Newsday, March 10, 1989, Weekend Section, p. 2.
Cohn, Terri. “Getting A Line on Abstraction,” Artweek, July 29, 1989, p. 3.
Cyphers, Peggy. “Pop-N-Soul: Judy Pfaff,” Cover, January 1989, p. 15.
Degener, Patricia. “Off-the-Wall Art Makes Colorful Exhibit,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch,
November 8, 1989.
Ferguson, Bruce, Simon, Joan, and Smith, Roberta. Contemporary Perspectives 1: Abstraction in
Question 1989: Florida, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art Foundation, Inc.),
pp. 15, 21 – 22, 84; plates 30, 31, and 32.
Handy, Ellen. “Installations and History,” Arts Magazine, vol. 63/no. 6, February 1989,
pp. 62 – 65.
Heartney, Eleanor. “Judy Pfaff,” Art News, February 1989, pp. 137 – 138.
Kinoshita, Tetsu and Lewallen, Constance. “Judy Pfaff – Artist’s Talk / 13,” Bijustso
Techno, vol. 41/no. 606, March 1989, pp. 113 -123.
Kramer, Hilton. “Whitney at the Equitable Center: Shrine to Overreaching Bad Taste,” The
New York Observer, October 10, 1989, p. 11.
Laget, Mokha. “Judy Pfaff,” New Art Examiner, May 1989
Levinson, Joan. “Pfaff Works Explode 200 at Museum,” Riverfront Times, November 15
1989.
Lewallen, Constance. “Lives of the Artist,” New York Woman, vol. 3 / no. 8, May 1989,
p. 80.
“Review,” Sunday Journal Star, March 19, 1989, p. 7H.
Lipson, Karin. “Flying With ‘Lines’”
Milani, Joanne. “Exhibit Raises Abstract Questions,” Tribune
Nahmod, Dan. “Judy Pfaff: Alumnus Exhibits Sculptures,” Student Life, Washington
University, November 8,1989,
Posner, Helaine. “A Conversation with Judy Pfaff,” (catalogue interview), The National
Museum of Women in the Arts, November 1989, pp. 14 – 20.
Rosen, Carol. “10,000 Things I Know About Her,” Arts Magazine, March 1989,
pp. 30 – 33.
“A Cavalcade of Corporate Art,” Art & Auction, XII/3, October 1989
“Show Traces Abstraction’s Road to ‘Rebirth’,” The Palm Beach Post,
May 28, 1989, p. 11.
Seiden, Katie. “‘Air Lines’ Exhibit at Hillwood Art Gallery,”Boulevard, March 4, 1989.
Szabat, A.M. “‘Sculptors on Paper’ Serves as Letters of Introduction to Most Lincolnites,”
Lincoln Nebraska Journal, April 6, 1989, p. 13.
Thorson, Alice. “Decade of Selfishness May Give Way to Art More Kind and Gentle,” The
Washington Times, August 1989.
Wooster, Ann-Sargent. “Let Us Now Praise Famous Women,” Amtrak Express,
February/March 1989, pp. 38 – 43.
“Judy Pfaff,” Seven Days, December 7, 1989, Art Section, p. 68.
Yau, John. “Judy Pfaff,” ArtForum, March 1989, p. 128.

1988 Anderson, Alexander. “The Creative Eye,” Metropolitan Home, July 1988, pp. 55 – 63.
Art Now / Philadelphia Gallery Guide, June 1988, cover and p. 3.
Baker, Kenneth. “Sculpture That Looks Like Sculpture,” San Francisco Chronicle, June 22, 1988.
Braff, Phyllis. “Roles on the Dance Stage,” The New York Times, April 3,1988, Art Section, p. 17.
Brenson, Michael. “Art: Works by Seven Women, ‘Aspects of Abstraction’,” The New York
Times, January 22, 1988.
Carroll, Karen Lee. “Looking and Learning: Large-Scale Sculpture,”School Arts, vol. 87 / no.5, January
1988, pp. 23 – 26.
“Crown Point Press Showing Pfaff Prints,” San Francisco Chronicle, June 22, 1988.
Drew, Susan. “Artists on Break,” Elle, August 1988, pp. 260 & 262.
Dugan, Dennis. “Sculptress at Work in Williamsburg,” Newsday, June 3, 1988, p. 9.
Field, Richard S. and Fine, Ruth E. A Graphic Muse: Prints by Contemporary American
Women, pp. 126 -128, colorpl. 44.
Gilbert, Rita and McCarter, William. Living with Art, 2nd Edition (New York: Alfred A.
Knopf, Inc.), p. 299, colorplate 369.
Glier, Michael. “Working Watteau,” ArtForum, vol. 26 / no. 8, April 1988, p. 99.
King, Elaine A. “Judy Pfaff,” Curator’s Statement, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh Klein,
Elaine.“New Exhibit Offers Look Into Sculptors’ Thoughts,” Kalamazoo Gazette,
September 11, 1988, pp. H1 – 2.
“Sculpture, Prints and Photos Make Up Varied KIA Exhibits,” Kalamazoo
Gazette, September 5, 1988.
Kramer, Hilton. “Whitney at the Equitable Center: Shrine to Overreaching Bad Taste,” The
New York Observer, pp. 1 & 11.
Luedeke, Kathy. “Pfaff Lecture on Annual Abrams Awards,”Daily Nexus, January 28, 1988.McClintic,
Miranda. “Sculpture Today,” Art and Auction, vol. 10 /no. 10, May 1988, p. 160 -167.
Mifflin, Margot. “Sculpt and Shout: Judy Pfaff,” Elle, vol. 29, January 1988, p. 34.
Miller, Donald. “New York Abstractionist Gets Point Across,” Pittsburgh Post Gazette,
June 11, 1988, p. 14.
Nochlin, Linda. “Judy Pfaff, or the Persistence of Chaos,” Judy Pfaff (exhibition catalogue),
Holly Solomon Gallery and National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1988.
Radcliffe, Carter. “American Baroque,” Elle, December 1988, pp. 154 & 156.
Richard, Paul. “The Zesty Vibrancy of Pfaff,” Washington Post, November 25, 1988, D-1 – D-6, Col. 1.
“Sculptors on Paper: New Work,” The Arts, Summer 1988, p. 7.
Smothers, Ronald. “Atlanta Up Close: An Inside Look at the City’,”The New York Times,
July 17, 1988, (Travel) pp. 19, 34.
Spiral Book (1988: Japan), pp. 80 – 81.
Tallman, Susan. “Six of One…Half Dozen Woodcuts by Judy Pfaff,” Arts, November 1988, pp. 29 – 30.
Town and Country, September 1988, p. 235.
Weisang, Myriam. San Francisco Magazine, April 1988, pp. 27 & 28. Wooster, Ann-Sargent. “New
This Week: Judy Pfaff,” Seven Days, December 7, 1988, p. 68.

1987 Abatt, Corinne. “Viewpoint ‘86: Strong, Exciting,” The Eccentric Newspapers, Creating
Living Section, January 1987.
Adams, Susan B. “To Do 57th Street, Up and Down,” New York Woman, vol. 1 / no. 4, March/April
1987, p. 156.
Armstrong, Richard, Marshall, Richard, and Phillips, Lisa.1987 Biennial Exhibition,
Whitney Museum of AmericanArt, pp. 14 and 103 – 105.
Armstrong, Richard and Printz, Neil. Holly Solomon Gallery(catalogue), pp. 8, 9, 21, 23, 33, 74 – 75,
and 113 – 114.
Baker, Kenneth. “Biennial with a Unity,” San Francisco Chronicle, April 20, 1987.
Brenson, Michael. “Art: Whitney Biennial’s New Look,” The New York Times, April 10, 1987, p. C24.
Breslow, Jeff. “The Artificial Challenges the Natural in Art,”Herald, December 3, 1987, p. 4.
Fox, Catherine. “Oh, What A Relief It Is,” The Atlantic Journal and Constitution, September 13,
1987, pp. 1J and 3J.
Gerard, Paul. “Paper Route,” Isthmus, December 4, 1987, p. 32.
Hughes, Robert. “Navigating a Cultural Tough,” Time, May 11, 1987, pp. 81 – 82.
Indiana, Gary. “80’s People,” Village Voice, June 30, 1987, p. 81.
Larson, Kay. “Good Neighbors,” New York, April 27, 1987, pp. 122 – 123.
Levin, Amy. “An Opinionated Survey of the Week’s Events,” June 30, 1987, centerfold.
McCarron, John. “Interview: Judy Pfaff,” Shift, vol. 1, pp. 20 – 21.
McGill, Douglas. “The Whitney Biennial Seeks A Softer Tone,”The New York Times, April 5, 1987.
Rogers-Lafferty, Sarah. Standing Ground: Sculpture by AmericanWomen, Contemporary Arts Center,
Cincinnati, 1987
“Sculpture Exhibit at Art Center,” Wisconsin State Journal, December 5, 1987, Section 3, p. 3.
Stamets, Russell. “Art Center Exhibits Bat One for Three,”Wisconsin State Journal, December 17,
1987, Section 4.
Stockinger, Jacob. “In Sculptors’ Blueprints, Art is Molded on Paper,” Capitol Times, Madison,
December 11, 1987.
Virshup, Amy. “BAM Goes Boom,” New York, vol. 20 / no. 40, October 12, 1987, pp. 38 – 47.
Wilson, William. “Pristine Anarchy,” Los Angeles Times, April 19, 1987, pp. 93 – 94.

1986 Angell, Roger. “Greetings, Friends!” The New Yorker, December 29, 1986, p. 23.
Arnason, H. Harvard. The History of Modern Art (Third Edition),New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc.,
Colby, Joy. “To Improve a Classic, Go Underground,” The Detroit News, November 9, 1986,
p. 14B.
Gill, Susan. “Beyond the Perimeters: The Eccentric Humanism of Judy Pfaff,” ARTS, October 1986,
pp. 77 – 79.
Hunter, Sam. An American Renaissance: Painting and Sculpture Since 1940, New York: Abbeville
Press, 1986, pp. 203, 205, 206, 210; colorplate 112.
Janson, Horst W. (revised & expanded by Anthony F. Janson). History of Art (Third Edition), New
York: Abrams/Prentice-Hall, 1986, pp. 722 – 723, colorplate 161.
Karafel, Lorraine. “Judy Pfaff,” Art News, October 1986, pp. 129 – 130.
Levin, Kim. “Artwalk,” The Village Voice, June 3, 1986, p.77.
Madoff, Steven Henry. “Sculpture Unbound”, Art News (Vol. 85 /No. 9), November 1986,
pp. 103 – 109.
Maschal, Richard. “Judy Pfaff’s ‘Autonomous Objects’ On Display In Charlotte”
McGill, Douglas. “Pfaff’s Riotous Calm Hits the Holly Solomon,” The New York Times, May 16,
1986, p. C17.
Miro, Marsha. “Artists Explore Outer and Innerspace,” Detroit FreePress, November 16, 1986, p. 4E.
Moore, Sylvia. “Son of Janson!” Women Artists News, June 1986, pp. 4 – 5.
Raynor, Vivien. “Art: Whitney Displays Some New Acquisitions,”The New York Times, September 26
1986, p. C28.
Russell, John. “Wallworks,” The New York Times, 13 June 1986, p. C32.
“Bright Young Talents: Six Artists With a Future,”The New York Times, May 18, 1986,
pp. 1, 31.
Saunders, Wade. “Portfolio: Talking Objects Interviews with the Younger Sculptors,” Trends,
1986/12, pp. 56 -57.
“Season Preview,” Miami Herald, November 2, 1986, p.27.
Temin, Christine. “The Collectors,” The Boston Globe Magazine, October 19, 1986, p. 21.
Tully, Judd. “Dehner Retro, Local 1199 Center,” Art / World (Vol. 10/No. 8), May 1986, p.8.
Yau, John. “Art On Location: The Arc of a Diver—Judy Pfaff,” ArtForum, Summer 1986, pp. 10-11

1985 Archer, Chris. “The Razor Show Demonstrates the Perennial Vitality of Art,” The Villager, June 20
1985, p. 1.
Bannon, Anthony. “Events and Openings,” The Buffalo News, January 4, 1985, p. 5.
“Review: Art,” Gusto, January 4, 1985, p. 21.
Brooklyn in the 21st Century (catalogue), 1985, pp.33 – 34.
Dancemagazine, October 1985, pp. 52 – 53.
Delahoyd, Mary. A New Beginning: 1968-1978 (exhibition catalogue), Hudson River Museum,
Yonkers, New York, October 1985, pp. 62 – 63.
Donde: The International Magazine for South Florida,January/February 1985.
Himmelbaum, Diane Miller. “Art Beyond the Edge at the Rotunda Gallery,” The Prospect Press,
February 21 – March 6, 1985, pp. 8 & 13.
Kotik, Charlotta. Working in Brooklyn / Sculpture (exhibitioncatalogue), The Brooklyn
Museum,October 1985, pp. 6, 16-17, and 30.
“Japanese Prints of the 19th & 20th Centuries,” University Art Museum, University of California,
Berkeley, July 1985, p. 1.
Molotsky, Irwin. “A Certain Focus on Women’s Art,” The New York .
Monthly Art Magazine Bijutsu Techno (Vol. 37/No. 548), August 1985, p. 72.
Molotsky, Irwin. Monthly Art Magazine Bijutsu Techno(Vol. 37/No. 554), December 1985,
pp. 16 – 17.
Ruhe, Barnaby. “Tokyo and New York,” Art / World (Vol. 10/No. 3), December 1985, pp. 1 & 3.
Saunders, Wade. “Talking Objects: Interviews with Ten Young Sculptors,” Art in America,
November 1985, cover and pp. 110, 130 – 131.

1984 Anderson, Jack. “First Bessies Presented for Independent Dancers,” The New York Times,
September 15, 1984.
Atwood, Marjorie. “Judy Pfaff,” Contemporary Drawing as Idea:Concepts, Records, Projects
(exhibition catalogue), Sarah Lawrence College, February 1984, pp. 14 – 15.
Beals, Kathie. “Gallery Plays Hide-’n-Seek with the Picture,”Gannett Westchester News,
February 17, 1984, p. C7.
Ben-Haim, Tsipi. “Indoor Metaphor,” Sculptors International, April / May 1984, p. 6.
Croce, Arlene. “Dancing: Closed Circuits,” The New Yorker, January 30, 1984, p. 86.
Dike, Patricia. “A Portrait of the (Overdue) Artist: City Hall Art Will Challenge Pfaff’s Resources
and Reputation,” The Spokesman Review, August 19, 1984, pp. E12 & 14.
“Dynamic Art Lights Up City Hall,” The SpokesmanReview, September 9, 1984, p. E12.
Drohojowska, Hunter. “Judy Pfaff’s Sensurround Landscapes,” L.A. Weekly, April 6 – 12, 1984, p. 49.
Jowitt, Deborah. “First ‘Bessies’ Awarded’,” The Village Voice, September 25, 1984, p. 91.
Kipphoff, Petra. “Back to the USA,” Kultur Chronic, January 1984, pp. 4 – 5.
Levin, Kim. “Art Review,” The Village Voice, July 3, 1984, p. 91.
McCready, Karen. “West Goes East—Crown Point Press in Japan,” Overview, Fall 1984, pp. 1 & 4.
McShine, Kynaston. An International Survey of Recent Painting and Sculpture (exhibition catalogue),
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1986.
Miro, Marsha. “Old Hands Help ‘Square’ Show Take Shape,” Detroit Free Press, March 4, 1984,
p. 6C.
Raynor, Vivien. “Art Review: A Decade of New Art,” The New York Times, June 8, 1984, p. C24.
Smith, Roberta. “The Whitney Spanks Itself,” The Village Voice, December 18, 1984.
Tighe, Mary Ann. “A SoHo Original: N.Y. Art Dealer Robert Freidus’s Own Collection,” House
and Garden, October 1984, pp. 204 – 211.
Twedt, Richard. “Post-Modern Pluralism: Two Ends of the Spectrum,” A Great Place: Spokane,
October 1984, p. 16.
Wilson, William. “The Galleries: La Cienega Area,” The Los Angeles Times, March 23, 1984,
p. 14.

1983 “Amerikanische Kunst der Siebziger und Achtziger Jahre,” LNN Magazin, Lucerne, p. 1.
Armstrong, Richard. “Judy Pfaff: ‘Rock/Paper/Scissors’,” ArtForum, March 1983, pp. 78 – 79.
Artner, Alan G. “The Return of the Human Touch: Figurative Sculpture Is Really Back in Vogue,”
Chicago Tribune, May 15, 1983
Barilli, Renato. “Il Microcosmo Decorato – The Decorated Inside,” Domus, no. 639, May 1983, pp.
48 – 50.
Bomb, no. 6, 1983, p. 32.
Cooper, James. “Nihilistic Art Leaves America Without Culture,” New York Tribune, pp. 1B &
6B.
Gardner, Paul. “Blissful Havoc,” ARTnews, vol. 82 / no. 6, Summer 1983, pp. 68 – 74.
Glatt, Clara. “Sculptors Look at the Human Form,” Chicago Herald, May 25, 1983, p. 10.
Glueck, Grace. “Judy Pfaff’s Neo-Expressionist Environment,”The New York Times, January 2,
1983, p. C22.
Hohmeyer, Jurgen. “Kunst: Relief mit Monostatos,” Der Spiegel, February 7, 1983, pp. 180 – 182.
Honnef, Klaus. “New York Aktuelle,” Kunstforum International, May 1983, Band 61, p. 119.
Howe, Katherine. “Judy Pfaff: Installation and Collages,” Images and Issues, vol. 4 / no. 1,
July / August 1983, p. 62.
Howell, John. “BAM’s Next Wave,” New York Beat, December 1983, p. 12.
Hughes, Robert. “There’s No Geist Like Zeitgeist,” The New York Review, October 27, 1983, p.
63.
Kutner, Janet. “Gallery Shows Explore Use of Language in Art,” New York, January 31, 1983,
pp. 50 – 51.
Kisselgoff, Anna. “Dance: Nina Wiener, ‘Wind Devil’ Premiere,”The New York Times,
December 3, 1983.
Larson, Kay. “The James Dean of Art,” New York, January 31, 1983, pp. 50 – 51.
Lugo, Mark-Elliot. “Ah—Beauty, It’s All in the Eye of the Beholder,” The San Diego Tribune,
March 4, 1983, p. F1 and F4.
Lewinson, David. “Museum of Contemporary Art Shows Emotion,”The San Diego Union, March 3
1983, p. D8.
“Pfaff’s Stupendous Interior Sculpture,” House and Garden, May 1983, p. 175.
Progressive Architecture, September 1983, p. 110.
Rose, Roger C. “Bank Loans Rich Variety of Art to La Jolla Museum,” Los Angeles Times,
February 18, 1983.
Russell, John. “It’s Not ‘Women’s Art’, It’s Good Art,” The New York Times, July 24, 1983, pp.
H12 – 15.
“Today’s Artists Are in Love With the Stage,”The New York Times, October 30,
1983, Section 2, pp. 1 & 26.
St. John, Rene. “Judy Pfaff at Holly Solomon,” Sunstorm, Middle Island, New York, p. 5.
Sloane, Harry Herbert. “Viewpoints: A Queen of Arts Reigns with Space Odysseys,” Gentlemen’s
Quarterly, April 1983,p. 40.
Smith, Roberta. “Judy Pfaff: Undone and Done,” The VillageVoice, February 1,1983, p. 93.
The Paris Review, no. 88, Summer 1982, cover illustration.
“Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down,” Vanity Fair, December 1983, p. 26.

1982 Anderson, Knut. “Fran Pattern and Decoration till Punk,” Origrafica(exhibition catalogue), September
1982, pp. 1 – 3.
Aspects of Post-Modernism: Decorative and Narrative Art (exhibition catalogue),
December / January 1982.
Auping, Michael. “Judy Pfaff: Turning Landscape Inside Out,” Arts, September 1982, pp. 74 – 76.
Bannon, Anthony. “Judy Pfaff: Buffalo Gets To Know the Artists Whose Work Says, ‘Anything
Goes’,” Buffalo Evening News, September 26, 1982, p. F1.
“Pfaff’s ‘Circus’ Juggles Colors,” Buffalo Evening News, 2 October 1982, p. A7.
Bermel, Sheila. “Talking With Judy Pfaff,” The Load (SUNY Newspaper), October 20, 1982, p. 9.
Caldwell, John. “Post-Modernism at Squibb,” The New York Times, January 3, 1982, p. 20.
Carande, Robert. “Judy Pfaff at Albright-Knox,” Arts Review,October 1982, p. 5.
Craig, John. “City Hall Art: ‘An Innovation or Outrage’,” Spokane Chronicle, April 13,1982, p. 1.
Currie, William and Krane, Susan. Judy Pfaff (exhibition catalogue), Albright-Knox Art Gallery &
Hallwalls, Buffalo, New York, 1982.
Dynamix, (exhibition catalogue), March / April 1982, p. 35.
“Expressionism Today: An Artists’s Symposium,” Art in America, December 1982, pp. 67, 69 – 70.
Franks, Felix. “Muddied Waters,” (illustration),The Sciences, April 1982, p. 28.
Gardner, Paul. “Shoe Boxes,” Interview, October 1982.
“Will Success Spoil Bob and Jim, Louise and Harry?” ARTnews, November 1982, p.
102.
Haime, Nohra. “Color, Versatilidad, y Figuracion,” Harper’sBazaar (Latin American Edition),
January 1982, pp. 94 – 97, 106.
Hunter, Sam. “Post-Modernist Painting,” Portfolio, January/February 1982, p. 18.
“Judy Pfaff: Painter and Sculptor,” Spring, June 1982, p. 33.
Judy Pfaff, (exhibition catalogue), The Buffalo Fine Arts Academy,September – November 1982.
Karson, Robin. “Her Work Fills Room With Art,” Daily News, March 4, 1982.
Linker, Kate. “Venice Biennale 1982: Aperto,” ArtForum, November 1982, pp. 85 – 86.
Morgan, Stuart. “Judy Pfaff,” Art in America, December 1982, pp. 70 – 71.
Morrin, Peter. “Review: Judy Pfaff,” Art Papers, January – February 1982, p. 18.
“Pfaff Installation Transforms Gallery Space,” Albright-Knox Gallery Newsletter, September 1982,
pp. 1 and 8.
Rickey, Carrie. “Why Women Don’t Express Themselves,”The Village Voice, November 2, 1982.
Stevens, Mark. “Shifting Shapes of Sculpture,” Newsweek, November 1982, pp. 113 – 115.
Tucker, Marcia. “An Iconography of Recent Figurative Painting, Sex, Death, Violence, and the
Apocalypse,” ArtForum, September 1982, pp. 74 – 76.

1981 Armstrong, Richard. “Heute,” ArtForum, September 1981, p. 83.
“Westkunst: Judy Pfaff,” Flash Art, Summer 1981, p. 41.
Arnebeck, Bob. “Living Artists Are A Dime A Dozen,” The Washington Post Magazine, February 1,
1981, pp. 22 – 28.
Ashberry, John. “An Exhilarating Mess,” Newsweek, February 23, 1981, pp. 82 – 83.
Coates, Nigel. “Speculations for Tomorrow,” Harpers & Queen, January 1981, pp. 69 – 71.
“Die Herausforderer,” Stern, May 21, 1981, pp. 128 – 146.
Directions, Washington DC: Hirshhorn Museum, 1981, p. 24.
Forgey, Benjamin. “New and Narrower Directions,” The Washington Star, February 15, 1981, p. C1.
Hughes, Robert. “Quirks, Clamors, and Variety: Three Surveys of the U.S. Scene are Vital, Full of
Hope,” Time, March 2, 1981, pp. 84 – 87.
Larson, Kay. “Alice in Duchamp-land,” New York, May 25, 1981, pp. 66 – 69.
Martin, Robert. “When Judy Pfaff Doodles, She Takes Up the Entire Room,” Tampa Times,
November 2, 1981.
Morgan, Stuart. “Animal House: The Whitney Biennial,” Artscribe, (London), no. 29, pp. 28 – 31.
Perrone, Jeff. “Notes on the Whitney Biennial,” Images & Issues, summer 1981, pp. 46 – 49.
Phillips, Deborah C. “Review: Judy Pfaff,” ARTnews, January 1981, p. 171.
Rickey, Carrie. “Curatorial Conceptions: The Biennial’s Latest Sampler,” ArtForum, April 1981,
pp. 54 – 57.
“Curatorial Conceptions: The Hirshhorn – Danger Curves Ahead,” ArtForum, April
1981, pp. 54 – 57.
Saxe, Edward L. “On the Margin of Society,” American Arts, September 1981, pp. 16 – 20.
“Review,” The Chicago Tribune, 29 March 1981
Schjeldahl, Peter. “The Hallelujah Trial,” The Village Voice, March 18, 1981, p. 77.
Schwartz, Ellen. “It’s the Gospel According to Their Organizers, Not ‘The Word’,” ARTnews,
April 1981, pp. 122 – 127.
Smith, Roberta. “Biennial Blues,” Art in America, April 1981.
Swift, Mary. “What Direction?” Washington Review, April – May 1981, vol.6 no.6, pp. 3 – 5.
Tomkins, Calvin. “The Art World: Three Salons,” The New Yorker, April 13, 1981, p. 113.
Townley, Bruce. “Contemporary Art’s Two-Year Itch,” The Washington Tribune, February 27-
March 12, 1981,p. 13.
“From Grien to Pfaff and Into the Serenity of 19th Century Luminist Painting,”
Art and Artist, April 1981, p.11.
Trucco, Terry. “Insider’s Guide to the Art Market: ContemporaryPainting,” ARTnews, April 1981,
p. 11.
Whelan, Richard. “The Vanguard Schlock,” Art & Auction, April 1981, p. 76.
“Who Are the Artists to Watch?” (Judy Pfaff cover), ARTnews, May 1981, pp. 79 – 80.
Zaya. “Llamemoslo Pluralismo, La Bienal 81 del Whitney Museum,” Guadalimar (Madrid), Ano
VI, pp. 44 – 47.

1980 Collings, Betty. “Judy Pfaff,” Arts Magazine, November 1980, p. 4.
Crossley, Mimi. “Review: ‘Extensions’,” The Houston Post, 25 January 1980, p. 5E.
Friedman, Jon. “Canal Street,” Arts Magazine, February 1980, pp. 92 – 93.
“The Geijutsu-shicho,” December 1980, p. 22.
Glueck, Grace. “Art: Judy Pfaff and Kim MacConnel,” The New York Times, 26 September 1980,
p. C17.
“Judy Pfaff,” Flash Art, November 1980, pp. 43 – 44.
Kalil, Susie. “Issues in Extension,” Artweek, 9 February 1980, p.1.
Larson, Kay. “Little Disturbances of Man: Judy Pfaff,” The VillageVoice, 1 – 7 October 1980, p.
109.
Perreault, John. “Pfaff Made Pfathomable,” The SoHo Weekly News, 24 September 1980, p. 25
Rickey, Carrie. “Review,” ArtForum, November 1980, pp. 90 – 91.
Saunders, Wade. “Judy Pfaff at Holly Solomon,” Art in America,November 1980, p. 135.
Shore, Michael. “How Does It Look, How Does It Sound?” ARTnews, November 1980, pp. 78 – 85.
Simonetti, Maria. “Arte/ Parla Holly Solomon: Quel BruttoChe Place,” Panorama, 15 December
1980, pp. 162 – 167.
Tennant, Donna. “Four Artists Struggle For Originality,” Chronicle, 27 January 1980.
Thompson, Pat. “Walls,” Dialogue, March / April 1980, p. 20.
Tompkins, Calvin. “The Art World: Boom,” The New Yorker, 22 December 1980, pp. 78 – 80.

1979 Frank, Peter. “Yam What May,” The Village Voice, 4 June 1979, p. 53.
Larson, Kay. “An Alternative (Not an Echo),” The Village Voice, 8 October 1979, p. 110.
“Art,” The Village Voice, 24 September 1979, p. 87.
Perreault, John. “Weighing an Alternative,” The SoHo Weekly News, 4 October 1979, p. 83.
Raynor, Vivien. “Finding Unity in Wild Individualism,” The New York Times, 7 October 1979, p.
20.
Russell, John. “A Birthday Party at Artists Space,” The New York Times, 7 October 1979, p. 20.
1978 Armstrong, Richard. “Judy Pfaff,” LAICA Journal / Art Rite, Summer 1978.
Blakeney, Rae. “The Significance of Small,” Artweek, vol. 10 / no. 10
Ratcliff, Carter. “Portrait of the Artist as a Survivor,” New York Magazine, 27 November 1978.

1977 Space Window: Man in Space and Space in Art, catalogue for exhibition, Brown University & Rhode Island School of Design.
“Review,” Richmond News, 14 October 1977.

1976 Bannon, Anthony. “Review,” Buffalo Evening News, 13 January 1976.Calendar, Los Angeles Times, 13
October 1976.

1975 Colin, Paul. “Review,” The SoHo Weekly News, March 1975.
“The Whitney… Does It Again” ‘’
Smith, Roberta. “Review,” ArtForum, April 1975.

1974 Moore, Alan. “Review,” ArtForum, December 1974.

1973 “Review,” ARTnews,

Selected Commisions

2005 Regina. Commissioned set design for American Symphony Orchestra, Fisher Center, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY. July-August.
2000 “Yâ Wa” ODS Tower, Wright Runsted Developer Commission, Portland, OR.
1997 The Private Eye In Public Park, Lasalle Partners at Nations Bank Plaza, Charlotte, N.C.
January 31 – October 31
1994 Cirque, CIRQUE, Pennsylvania Convention Center Public Art Project, Philadelphia, PA.
Aqua Vitae Miami Beach Art in Public Places, Miami Beach Police Station, Miami Beach, FL.
1991 Sweet Water-Heat Lightning GTE Corporation, Irving, TX.
1985 Gu, Choki, Pa, Installation Commission: Vernacular Abstraction Wacoal, Tokyo, Japan
1983 Wind Devil, Set Design Commission: Nina Weiner and Dancers, Brooklyn Academy of Music,
Brooklyn, NY.

Selected Public & Private Collections

Seonhwa Art and Culture Foundation, Seoul, Korea
Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, New York
Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York
Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, Michigan
The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia
Elvehjem Museum, Madison, Wisconsin.
Museum of Modern Art, New York
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC
Sammlung Ludwig, Aachen
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Jennifer Bartlett
Christo
Agnes Gund
Robert Freidus
Marieluise Hessel
Sol Le Witt
Steve Martin
Randolpho Rocha
James Rosenquist
Norton Simon

Academic Positions

2013 Professor of Art and Co-Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York.
Woody English Distinguised Artist and Writers Chair: Truro Center for the Arts at Castle
Hill, Truro, MA. Workshop: Thinking, Working, Space, July 29 – Aug. 2.
Eminent Artist in Residence, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, January – May.
Visiting Golding Artist: Lecture, “Through the Years: Overview of Works Since the 70’s”,
University of South Florida, College of the Arts, School of Art & Art History, February 21.

2012 Professor of Art and Co-Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York.
Woody English Distinguised Artist and Writers Chair: Truro Center for the Arts at Castle
Hill, Truro, MA. Workshop: Thinking, Working, Space, July 30 – Aug. 3.
Distinguished Visiting Artist Lecture Series, Marywood University, Scranton, PA. April 23.
Featured Artist Lecturer, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, NSCAD 125th Anniversary,
Halifax, Nova Scotia, March 8.
Visiting Artist, Hamilton College, Clinton, NY. March 5.
Atlantic Lecturer , Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA., Nov.14.
Visiting Artist, Boston University, Boston, MA, Dec. 5-7.

2011 Professor of Art and Co-Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York.
Visiting Artist, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, July 20.
Featured Artist Lecturer, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, CO. July 11-15.
Visiting Artist, University of Montana, Missoula, MT. April.
Visiting Artist, Ohio State University, Columbus OH. May.
Contemporary Perspectives Lecture Series, The College of Fine Arts at Boston University,
March 28.
Falk Visiting Artist, University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Jan 13.

2010 Professor of Art and Co-Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York.
Visiting Artist, SUNY Purchase, NY. December 9.
Visiting Artist, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA.
Visiting Artist, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. March 4 – 7.
Judy Pfaff and Andy Rubin ARTmuse Program, Sarasota Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL. Jan 22-23

2009 Professor of Art and Co-Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Visiting Artist, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa. November 16.
Artist in Residence, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX. November.
Visiting Artist, University of Maryland, College Park, MD. October.
Visiting Artist, Kentucky School of Art, Louisville, KY. May.
Susan Paul Firestone Lecturer in Contemporary Art. Mary Baldwin College, Staunton, VA

2008 Professor of Art and Co-Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Visiting Artist, Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI. November
Guest Artist, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH. November 10.
Visiting Artist, College of St. Rose, Albany, NY. October 10.
Visiting Artist, Penn Design, School of Design, University of Penn., Philadelphia, PA. October.
Visiting Artist, Penn State School of Visual Arts, University Park, PA. April 7.
17th Annual Helen Clark Berlind Symposium, Panelist, Maier Museum of Art, Randolph College, Lynchburg, VA. April 4.

2007 Professor of Art and Co-Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Artist in Residence, Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center, Maui, HI. February 12 – 25.
Visiting Artist, St Olaf College, Northfield, MN. November.
Visiting Artist, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass, CO. November.

2006 Professor of Art and Co-Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Senior Thesis Lecture Series, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD. April 3.
2D to 3D, Printmaking to Sculpture, Keynote Speaker, Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI. March 23.
Visiting Artist, Rice University Art Gallery, Houston, TX. February 22.
Visiting Artist Lecture Series, University of Massachusetts Amherst. February 16.

2005 Professor of Art and Co-Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Visiting Artist, Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia, GA. February 28 – March 1.
Visiting Artist Lecture Series, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francsico, CA. April 4.
Visiting Artist, University of Arizona. October 27 – 28.
Pratt Institute Visiting Artists Lecture Series, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY. November 1.

2004 Professor of Art and Co-Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Artists Space – Artists Speak, Irving Sandler in conversation with Robert Longo, Matt Mullican, Elizabeth Murray and Judy Pfaff, Artists Space Fall Fundraiser, Whitney Museum of Art, New York, NY. November 8.
Keynote Artist, Mid-America Print Council Conference, University of Nebraska. October 6 – 9.
Artist-in-Residence, Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach, FL. January – February.

2003 Professor of Art and Co-Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Visiting Artist, University of Texas, El Paso, TX
Visiting Artist, Lacoste School of the Arts, Lacoste, France. Nov
Visitng Artist, University of Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska
Lecture, University of Michigan, Detroit, MI
Curator, Kingston Sculpture Biennial, Arts Society of Kingston, Kingston, NY
March – October
Lecture, Columbia Green Community College, NY March

2002 Professor of Art and Co-Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Artist-in-Residence California State University, Sacramento, April 1-April 26
Artist Interviews, CAA Confrence, Philadelphia, PA February 22
Brown University Lecture.
Lecture, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
Lecture, ¨niversity of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN October 31

2001 Professor of Art and Co-Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Lecture, Savannah College of Art and Design, October 16
Lecture School of Visual Arts New York, New York

2000 Professor of Art and Co-Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Artist-in -Residence Dartmouth College, April 4- May 7, 2000
Visiting Artist Reed College, Portland Oregon

1999 Richard B. Fisher Professor of Art and Co Chair of the Art Department,Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Lecture, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington
Artist in Residence Pilchuck Glass School. Stanwood Washington
Mater Class , Yale University School of Art and Architecture, Graduate Painting Program, New
Haven, Connecticut

1998 Professor of Art and Co Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Visiting Artist, California State University, CA.
Lecture, Clackmas Community College, Oregon City, Oregon [April]
Panel Discussion CAA Conference, Toronto, Canada [February]Moderator Sylvia Netzer.

1997 Professor of Art and Co-Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York

1996 Professor of Art and Co-Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Lecture, SUNY – New Paltz, Art Lecture Series, New Paltz, NY [March]

1995 Professor of Art and Co-Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Lecture, Rose Art Museum, Waltham,Massachusetts [February]
Open Class, Rose Art Museum, Waltham, Massachusetts [February]
Lecture, Elvehjem Museum (with Tandem Press), Madison, Wisconsin [March]
Lecture, Queens College, MFA Lecture Series, Queens, New York[May]
Lecture, Katonah Museum, Lecture Series, Katonah, New York [April]
Visiting Artist, Summer Arts, Bakersfield, California [July]
Visiting Artist, Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College, Annandale-on-
Hudson, NY [July]
Visiting Artist, Castle Hill Truro Center for the Arts, Truro, Massachusetts [August]
Lecture, Bard Center for Curatorial Studies, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY [September]
Visiting Artist, “MOMA at the New School – A Lecture/Workshop Series, NYC [September]
Lecture, Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, CA [October]

1994 Professor of Art and Co-Chair of the Art Department, Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Interview with Charlotta Kotik, Artists Talk On Art Series, Fulcrum Gallery, New York, New
York [November]
Visiting Artist, Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe New Mexico [December]
Lecture, Art and Art History Department Lecture Series, Colgate University, Hamilton, New York [November]
Symposium, Landscape As Metaphor Exhibition, Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio
[October]
Studio Visit, Orlando Art Museum, New York [October]
John Eastman, Jr., Endowed Chair (co-holder with James Lunand Robert Gober), Resident
Artist and Faculty, Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, Maine
Visiting Artist, Department of Art Studio Graduate Studies, Stanford University, California,[May]
Seminars with Artists Program, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York [Winter Series]
The Annual Artist Interview Program, Interview by Irving Sandler,
Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware [April]
Visiting Artist, Brandeis University, Department of Fine Arts, Waltham, Massachusetts [March]
Panelist, Public and Private Sculpture Discussion, Queens Museum, New York [March]
Studio Visit, Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York [February]
Studio Visit, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, New York [February]
Panelist, “The Crit: A Crit,” College Arts Association Conference, New York [February]
Juror, Guggenheim Fellowship Competition, New York [February]

1993 Professor of Visual Arts (Sculpture), Columbia University, New York
Artist-in-Residence (Richard Koopman Chair), Hartford Art School, University of
Hartford, Connecticut
Artist-in-Residence, Pilchuk Glass School, Washington
Lecture, Pilchuk Glass School, Washington
Conversations with Contemporary Artists, The Museum of Modern Art, New York [November
1993]
Visiting Faculty, Memphis State University, College of
Communication and Fine Arts, Memphis, Tennessee [November 1993]
Visiting Faculty, Graduate School of Fine Arts Lecture Series,
University of Pennsylvania [Fall 1993]
Visiting Artist, Brandeis University, Massachusetts [Fall 1993]
Lecture, Advanced Art History Seminar Class, Pratt Institute, New
York [October 1993]
Symposium: The Development of Form, Industrial Designers Society of America, Max Protetch
Gallery, New York, New York [October 1993]
Lecture, School of Visual Arts Graduate Program, New York, New York
[October 1993]
Lecture, The Alliance for Contemporary Art and the Denver Art Museum [October 1993]
Juror, Guggenheim Fellowship Competition, New York
Artist-Teacher/Field Faculty, Master of Fine Arts in Visual Art Program, Vermont College of
Norwich University [Spring Semester 1993]

1992 Professor of Visual Arts (Sculpture), Columbia University, New York, New York
Visiting Artist, Empire State College
Guest of Honor, Yaddo Variations ‘92, Saratoga Springs,
New York [October]
Lecture, The Committee for Art at Stanford University Contemporary Collector’s Circle
[September 1992]
Visiting Artist, Vermont Studio Colony
Juror, Guggenheim Fellowship Competition
Panelist, International Sculpture Conference [June 1992]
Dialogue Between Kathan Brown & Judy Pfaff, Graphic Arts Council Colloquium, Detroit
Institute of Arts, Michigan [April]

1991 Faculty, Master of Fine Arts Program, School of Visual Arts, New York
Instructor (Avery Fellow), Bard College
Master of Fine Arts Visiting Artist Program, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts [Fall
semester]
Visiting Critic, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
[September]
Guest Lecturer, “Painting and Beyond,” California State University, Long Beach,
California [August ]
On Art on View Program, “Immaterial Objects,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York [June]
Visiting Artist, Graduate Forum, Pratt Institute, New York [May]
Juror, Guggenheim Fellowship Competition

1990 Graduate Faculty, School of Visual Arts, New York
Artist-in-Residence, Pilchuk Glass School, Washington
Lecturer, Pilchuk Glass School, Washington
Advisory Board Member, Blast Magazine
Visiting Faculty for Sculpture (Lecture & Critiques), Chautauqua Institution School of Art, The
American University, Washington, DC [Summer]
Visiting Artist Series, California College of Arts & Crafts, College Oakland, California [Spring
1990]
Juror, Guggenheim Fellowship Competition

1989 Graduate Faculty, School of Visual Arts, New York
Milton Avery Distinguished Professor in the Arts, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New
York [Fall 1989]
Visiting Artist, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island [December 1989]
Visiting Faculty, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois [November 1989]
Visiting Artist, Milwaukee Art Museum, Wisconsin [August 1989]
Artist-in-Residence, Pilchuk Glass School, Washington [Summer 1989]
Juror, Guggenheim Fellowship Competition, New York

1988 Graduate Faculty, School of Visual Arts, New York
Visiting Faculty, University of Maryland Division of Arts and Humanities [December 1988]
Visiting Critic, Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Maryland
[December 1988]
Gallery Lecture, The National Museum of Women in the Arts,
Washington, DC [December 1988]
Visiting Faculty, Connecticut College Department of Studio Art & Art History, Connecticut
[Fall
Guest Artist/Speaker, The Florida Art Education Association,
School Board of Pinellas County, Florida
Visiting Faculty, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois [Spring 1988]
“Artists’ Visions” Lecture Program, 92 Y Street Education
Department, New York [February 1988]
Juror, Guggenheim Fellowship Competition, New York
Artists’ Studio Visits, Alliance of Independent Colleges of Art
Artist-in-Residence, American Academy in Rome

1987 Graduate Faculty, School of Visual Arts, New York
Resident Artist (Sculpture), Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine
Visiting Faculty, Cranbrook Educational Community, Michigan
Visiting Faculty, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California [Fall]
Visiting Faculty, “Crossing Boundaries: Exploring the Idea of Sculpture,” National Endowment
for the Arts, Washington State University Department of Fine Arts,
Washington [November]
Visiting Faculty, Sonoma State University, California State University at San Luis
Obispo,California [July]
Visiting Faculty, Washington University School of Fine Arts, St.Louis, Missouri [Spring]
National Endowment for the Arts 1986/1987 Artists’ Forum Grant,
Washington State University, Washington [April]
Friends of Modern Art Lecture Series, National Bank of Detroit, Michigan [March]
Seminars With Artists Program, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York [February]
Juror, 1987 Michigan Fine Arts Competition, Birmingham
Bloomfield Art Association, Michigan [February 1987]

1986 Graduate Instructor, School of Visual Arts, New York
John W. Payson Faculty Chair, Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, Maine
Visiting Artist, Glassel School of Art Graduate Program
Visiting Artist, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond,
Virginia
Visiting Faculty, Sonoma State University, California [December]
Visiting Faculty, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Michigan [October]
Lecture, Hunter College Department of Art Graduate Program,
New York [September]
Visiting Artist’s Workshop, University of Washington School of Art,
Washington [May]
Visiting Faculty, Brooklyn College, CUNY, New York [May]
Visiting Faculty, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia [Spring]
National Endowment for the Arts 1985/1986 Visiting Artists Series, Georgia State University,
Georgia [Spring]
Visiting Faculty, The University of North Carolina [Spring]
Lecture, The Atlanta College of Art, Georgia [April]

1985 Board of Governors Member, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine
Instructor (Sculpture), Parsons School of Design, New York
Graduate Faculty, School of Visual Arts, New York
Visiting Faculty, Rhode Island School of Design [September]
Visiting Critic, Vermont Studio School [May 1985]
Visiting Faculty, Yale University School of Art, New Haven, Connecticut [May]
Lecture, San Antonio Art Institute, Texas [May 1985]

1985 Residency, San Jose State University School of Humanities and the Arts, California [Spring]
Visiting Faculty, Princeton University Visual Arts Program, New Jersey [April]
Visiting Faculty, Oberlin College Department of Art, Ohio [April]
Visiting Faculty, Colgate University, Syracuse [April]
“New York Studio Events,” Independent Curators Incorporated, New York [March]
Seminar with Artists Program, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York [March]
Juror of Selection and Awards, 56th Annual Exhibition, Connecticut Women Artists, Inc.,
University of Hartford [March]
Lecture, “Quality in An Age of Multiplicity,” University of South Carolina College of
Humanities and Social Sciences [February]

1984 Visiting Faculty Workshop, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts [1984-
1985]
The Lamar Dodd Professorial Chair of Art, The University of Georgia Department of Art [1984-
1985]
Graduate Faculty, School of Visual Arts, New York [1984-1985]
Resident Artist (mixed media), Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine
Visiting Professor in Sculpture, Yale University School of Art, Connecticut [Fall]
Banff, Illinois [September]
Visiting Faculty, Skidmore College, New York [Summer]
Panelist, Visual Artists Sculpture Fellowships of the Visual Arts Program, National Endowment
for the Arts, Washington DC [May]
Guest Lecturer, University of Washington Graduate School of Art [May]
Visiting Faculty , Yale University School of Art, New Haven, Connecticut [April]
Visiting Faculty, California College of Art [March]
Visiting Faculty (Lecture & Critiques), Empire State College, State University of New York
[March]
Lecture, Contemporary Art Society of Vancouver, Canada[January]

1983 Graduate Faculty, School of Visual Arts, New York
Mellon Seminar, Rhode Island School of Design [Fall]
Artist Lecture Series, Long Island University School of the Arts, New York [November]
Artist-in-Residence, University of Honolulu
Artist-in-Residence, San Francisco Art Institute

1982 Graduate Faculty, School of Visual Arts, New York

1981 Graduate Faculty, School of Visual Arts, New York
Visiting Faculty, Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas [February]
Panelist, “For Love and Money: Dealers Choose,” Pratt Institute, New York [September]

1981 Visiting Faculty, Columbia University, New York [July]
Visiting Faculty for Sculpture, Yale University School of Art,
New Haven, Connecticut [February]
Guest Lecturer, Third Texas Sculpture Symposium, Southwest Texas State University, San
Marcos, Texas [February]

1980 Resident Faculty (Sculpture), Undergraduate and Graduate Programs, Yale University School of
Art, New Haven, Connecticut
Assistant Professor, Fordham University Arts Department, New York [Fall 1980]

1979 Resident Faculty (Painting), Yale University School of Art, New Haven, Connecticut

1978 Faculty (Painting & Sculpture), California Institute of Arts, Valencia,California

1977 Faculty (Painting & Sculpture), California Institute of Arts, Valencia, California
Faculty (Sculpture), Art & Design School

1976 Faculty (Painting & Sculpture), California Institute of Arts, Valencia, California
Visiting Artist (Painting), Colorado Mountain College, Vail, Colorado [August]

1975 Artist-in-Residence (Painting & Drawing), Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

1974 Artist-in-Residence (Painting & Drawing), Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Adjunct Lecturer (Design & Drawing), Queens College, New York

1973 Adjunct Lecturer (Design & Drawing), Queens College, New York
Teaching Assistant (for Al Held), Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

1972 Assistant Printmaker, Yale Summer School of Music and Art,
Norfolk, Connecticut

1971 Teaching Assistant in Design (for Robert Reed), Yale University,School of Art, New Haven,
Connecticut