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Ira joel Haber
brooklyn, NY



ARTIST STATEMENT: Nature frightens. No slow early autumn walks in the country for me. Nature is a mother with a knife, ready to pounce on us without warning. Mountains collapse, rivers reclaim, skies open up, and caves swallow. But there is also a beauty in this destruction. Keeping myself far away from all things that are natural is what I have a sweet tooth for. The landscapes of my mind reach out for other minds in beautiful acts of aggression.
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Ira Joel Haber
311 85th Street
Brooklyn New York 11209
Email-irajoelirajoel@yahoo.com

Telephone: 718-745-8358

BORN: Brooklyn New York, February 24, 1947
Brooklyn New York

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

Fordham University, New York City, Instructor, 1971-74
Boston School of Fine Arts, Guest lecturer, 1972
Philadelphia College of Art, Guest lecturer, 1973, 1974, 1975
University of North Carolina at Greeensboro, Visiting instructor, 1976
Guilford College, New York Art Seminar, Studio lecture, 1977
New York University Art Seminar Program, Studio lecture, 1977
Kent State University, Kent Ohio, Guest lecturer, 1977
C.W.Post, New York, Guest lecturer, 1978, 1982
State University of New York at Stony Brook, Assoc. Professor, 1981
Tyler School of Art, Phila. Pa., Guest lecturer, 1982
Clark University, School at The Worcester Art Museum, Worcester Ma., Guest lecturer, 1982
University of California, San Diego, Visiting lecturer, 1982, 1983-84
The Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio, Visiting lecturer, 1984
UFT/WF Retiree Programs Si Beagle Learning Centers. Brooklyn N.Y. 2005
JASA-Penn South Program for Seniors-Volunteer Two artworkshops in 2009
Freshart-St. Margaret's House-volunteer. Artworkshop 2009


ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

Fischbach Gallery, New York City, 1971, 1972, 1974
M.E.Thelen Gallery, Cologne, Germany, 1972
Kent State University Art Gallery, Kent Ohio (retrospective exhibition), 1977
Pam Adler Gallery, New York City, 1978, 1980, 1982
Rutgers University Art Gallery, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1980
State University of New York at Stony Brook Art Gallery, Stony Brook, New York, 1981
J.N.Herlin Inc., New York City, 1984, 1986
Philadelphia Art Alliance, Phila. Pa., 1984
55 Mercer St. Gallery, New York City, 1991

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

Street Works III, New York City, 1969
Street Works V, New York City, 1969
World Works, New York City, 1970
The Saturday Afternoon Show, Max's Kansas City, New York City, 1970
Art In The Mind, Allen Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin Ohio, 1970
Information, Museum Of Modern Art, New York City, 1970
349,000, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1970-71
Annual Exhibition: Sculpture, Whitney Museum, New York City, 1970-71
Untitled I, Junior Council, Museum Of Modern Art, New York City, 1971
Collage Of Indignation II, New York Cultural Center, New York City, 1971
Cologne Art Fair, Cologne, Germany, 1971, 1972, 1975
Art On Paper, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University Of North Carolina, 1971, 1976
Lexon Arts Festival, Lenox, Ma. 1971
Topography Of Nature, Institute Of Contemporary Art, University Of Pa.,Phila., 1972
Landscape, Members Penthouse, Museum Of Modern Art, New York City, 1972
Biennial Exhibition Of Contemporary Art, Whitney Museum, New York City, 1972-73
Artists Books, Moore College Of Art, Phila. Pa., 1973
Art For Collecting, Akron Art Institute, Akron, Ohio, 1973
Collectors' Choice, Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa Okla., 1973
Painting and Sculpture Today, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana/Taft Museum, Cincinnati Ohio, 1974
A Response To The Environment, Rutgers University Art Gallery, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1975
Contemporary American Drawings, William Paterson State College, Paterson, New Jersey, 1975
The Microcosmic World, Roko Gallery, New York City, 1975
40 Years Of American Collage, Buecker & Harpsichords New York City/St. Peter's College Art Gallery, Jersey City,
New Jersey, 1976
Rooms, P.S. 1, Long Island City, New York, 1976
Private Notations: Artists Sketchbooks, Phila. College of Art, 1976
New York In Europe, The National Gallery, Berlin, Germany, 1976
Ira Joel Haber, Bill Jensen, Robert Witz, Edward Thorpe Gallery, New York City, 1976
Art In The Mail, Manawatu Art Gallery, Pamerston North, New Zealand, 1976
A Question Of Scale, School Of Visual Arts Gallery, New York City, 1977
Solidarity With Chilean Democracy: A Memorial To Orlando Letelier, Cayman Gallery, New York City, 1977
Ira Joel Haber, Bill Jensen, Judith Murray, 55 Mercer St. Gallery, New York City, 1977
1st Annual Chambers Street Workshop Open House, Brooklyn, New York, 1977
Condensed Space, Nassau County Museum of Fine Arts, New York, 1977
Outside The City Limits, Thorpe Intermedia Gallery, Sparkill, New York, 1977
Tableaux Constructions: 1974/1977 University Of California Art Gallery, Santa Barbara, California, 1977
Spaces & Places, Prince St. Gallery, New York City, 1977
Small Objects, Whitney Museum Downtown Branch, New York City, 1977
Artists Of Chelsea, Roy G. Biv Gallery, New York City, 1978
Five Artists, Hallwalls, Buffalo, New York, 1978
Boxes, C Space, New York City, 1978
Indoors-Outdoors, P.S.1, Long Island City, New York, 1978
Architectural Analogues, Whitney Museum Downtown Branch, New York City, 1978
Micro-Sculpture, Mandeville Art Center, University Of California, San Diego, Ca., 1978
Mapped Art, Charts, Routes, Regions, Nobe Gallery, 1978
Imaginarly Worlds, Rosa Esman Gallery, New York City, 1978
Storytelling In Art, Museum Of The American Foundation For The Arts, Miami Fl.., 1978
The New Landscape, Bell Gallery, Brown University, Providence Rhode Island, 1979
Eight Sculptors, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, 1979
Illusions, Summit Art Center, Summit, New Jersey, 1979
Poets And Painters, Denver Art Museum, Denver Colorado, 1979
Contemporary Artists Series, No.2, Rutgers Unversity Art Gallery, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1980
Street Sights, Institute Of Contemporary Art, Phila. Pa., 1980
Architectural Sculpture, Los Angeles Institute Of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Ca., 1980
Artists From The Pam Adler Gallery, Art Gallery, Miami-Dade Community College, Miami Fl., 1980
Ten Years Of Group Shows, Buecker & Harpsichords, New York City, 1980
Kindred Spirits, Heckscher Museum, Huntington, New York, 1980
Sculptural Miniatures And Miniature Sculpture, Buecker & Harpsichords, New York City, 1981
Pertaining To Houses, Getler-Pall Gallery, New York City, 1981
Tableau, Wave Hill, New York, 1981
Inner-Urban, Tangerman Fine Arts Gallery, University Of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1981
Collage And Assemblage, Mississippi Museum Of Art, Jackson Miss., 1981
The Photographer's Art, Kent State University Libraries, Kent Ohio, 1981
The Atomic Salon, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Inc., New York City, 1982
Four Gallery Artists, Pam Adler Gallery, New York City, 1982
Houses, Sculpture Center, New York City, 1982
What Artists Have To Say About Nuclear War, Nexus Gallery, Atlanta Georgia, 1983
Floored, Hillwood Art Gallery, Long Island University, New York City/Tyler Galleries, Tyler School Of Art, Phila.
Pa.,1983
NewScapes-Land And City/States Of MInd, One Penn Plaza, New York City, 1984
A.I.R. Invitational Christmas Show, A.I.R. Gallery, New York City,1984
Adornments, Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York City, 1985
Houses, Newhouse Gallery, Snug Harbor, Staten Island, New York City, 1985
Interiors In Paint, One Penn Plaza, New York City, 1986
Fictional Spaces, The Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn War Mermorial, Brooklyn, New York, 1986
Let's Play House, Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York City, 1986
No Mas Mannerisms, Bronx River Gallery, Bronx New York, 1987
Works On Paper By 24 Artists, 128 Gallery, New York City, 1988
Alice and Look Who Else, Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York City, 1988
Back To The Wall, Philadelphia Art Alliance, Phila. Pa., 1989
Boite A Lerte, Renee Fotouchi Gallery, New York City, 1989
Erotic Books, Ted Cronin Gallery, New York City, 1990
Local Fauna, 31 Debrosses St. New York City, 1992
Group Show, Leslie/Lohman Gallery, New York City, 1993
Group Show, West Broadway Gallery, New York City, 1993
Art Group Addresses A.I.D.S, Leslie Lohman Gallery, New York City, 1995
Spirits And Heroes, Peter Madero Gallery, New York City, 1995
Little Pieces, 24 Hours For Life Gallery, New York City, 1995
Visions Of Chelsea: Today and Tomorrow, Hudson Guild, 1995-1996
Nonplussed, Leslie Lohman Gallery, New York City, 1996
Ordinary/Extraordianry, The Artist's Use of Home, Wood St. Gallery, Chicago Ill, 1997
Doodles, Bronx River Gallery, Bronx, New York, 1997
Habitat, The Lowe Gallery, Hudson Guild, New York, 1999
Postcards From The Edge, Sperone Westwater Gallery, New York, 2002
Postcards From The Edge, Galerie LeLong, New York, 2003
Small Works, 80 Washington Square East Galleries, NYU. New York, 2004
Building References, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, The University Of The Arts, Phila. Pa., 2005
Public Utilities. Arts Cener Darmstadt Germany. 2006
Aesthetica Magazine Art Exhibition. Gateway To The Quarter. York U.K. Oct-Nov. 2006
New York, New York, New York. Flux Factory, Queens. New York 2007
Hyper Real. The Museum Of Modern Art. Ludwig Collection Austria 2010-2011 (traveling exhibition)
Postcards From The Edge. New York 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
Open Call-Bric Arts Center. Brooklyn 2015
Interior x Exterior. Works from the Ludwig collection. The Ludwig Forum Aachen Germany 2016


ON THE ARTIST (periodicals):

Gregory Battcock, Information Exhibition At The Museum Of Modern Art, ARTS MAGAZINE, Summer, 1970. pg.25
Pierre Restany, Untitled, DOMUS MAGAZINE, June 1970, pgs. 48-49
John Perreault, Information, THE VILLAGE VOICE, July 16, 1970. pg. 31
David Shapiro, Mr. Processionary At The Conceptacle, ART NEWS MAGAZINE, September, 1970, pg. 60
Joseph Masheck, Sorting Out The Whitney Annual, ARTFORUM MAGAZINE, Feb., 1971, pg. 70
Gerrit Henry, New York Letter, ART INTERNATIONAL MAGAZAINE, Feb., 1971. pg. 70
Grace Glueck, New York, ART IN AMERICA MAGAZINE, Sept-Oct. 1971,pg. 122-23
Gerrit Henry, New York Letter, ART INTERNATIONAL MAGAZINE, Oct. 1971, Pg. 74
Carter Ratcliff, Reviews & Previews, ART NEWS MAGAZINE, Oct., 1971, pg. 16
Denise Green, In The Galleries, ARTS MAGAZINE, Nov., 1971, pg. 62
Gregory Battcock, New York, ART AND ARTISTS MAGAZINE, Nov. , 1971. pg. 2527-2530
Peter Sager, Untitled, MAGAZIN KUNST, No. 44-4,1971, pg. 2521, 2527-2530
Peter Sager, Untitled, DAS KUNTSWERK, March, 1972. pg. 69-70
Lawrence Alloway, Untitled, THE NATION, June 19, 1972, pg. 797-98
Laurie Anderson, Reviews, ART NEWS MAGAZINE, Nov., 1972, pg. 89
Lizzie Borden, Reviews, ARTFORUM MAGAZINE, Dec.,1972, pg. 87-88
Lil Picard, Untitled, KUNSTFORUM INTERNATIONAL, 8/9, 1973, pg. 222
Peter Frank, Reviews, ART NEWS MAGAZINE, March, 1974, pg. 103-04
Luke Wallis, Tri-Quarterly 32, STRATA (School of Visual Arts publication), Vol. 1. No. 2., 1975, pg. 12
Mona DaVinci, Untitled, SOHO WEEKLY NEWS, Jan. 22, 1976, pg. 41
Carter Ratcliff, Notes On Small Sculpture, ARTFORUM MAGAZINE, Apr., 1976, pg. 42
Grace Glueck, Art People, NEW YORK TIMES, May 28, 1976, pg. 19
Lynden B. Miller, Collage: Artists Talk On Review, WOMENS ARTISTS NEWSLETTER, May 1976, pg. 2
Patricia Krebs, New Art Spirit-Pulling In, GREENSBORO DAILY NEWS, Sept. 19, 1976, pg.E7
April Kingsley, Last Roundup Of The Year, SOHO WEEKLY NEWS, Dec. 16, 1976. pg. 18
John Perreault, Ten Best Exhibitions Of 76, SOHO WEEKLY NEWS, Jan. 6, 1977, pg. 17
Ellen Lubell, Reviews, ARTS MAGAZINE, Feb.,1977, pg. 35-36
Peter Frank, Reviews, ARTNEWS, Feb. 1977, pg. 121-122
John Perreault, Small Is Beautiful, SOHO WEEKLY NEWS, Apr. 14, 1977, pg. 22
William Zimmer, Reviews, SOHO WEEKLY NEWS, June 16, 1977, pg. 22
Jeanne Paris, The Illusion Of Space, NEWSDAY, Sept. 30, 1977
Malcolm Preston, Reality Enlarged By Shrinkage, NEWSDAY, Oct. 13, 1977
Corinne Robbins, Nature Is A Mother With A Knife;The Malevolent Landscapes Of Ira Joel Haber, ARTS MAGAZINE,
Nov., 1977, pg. 96-98
William Zimmer, Reviews, Small Objects Downtown, SOHO WEEKLY NEWS, Nov. 10.,1977. pg.25
Peter Frank, Small is Beautiful, VILLAGE VOICE, Dec. 5.,1977, pg.74
David L. Shirey, Minature But Monumental, THE NEW YORK TIMES, Nov. 13,1977 pg. 19
Richard Ames, Tableaux Contructions is a Show With Style, SANTA BARBARA NEWS PRESS,Nov. 12,1977
Stephen Westfall, Tableaux Combining Painting and Sculpture, ARTWEEK, Nov. 26,1977 pg. 1
Deborah Perlberg, Reviews, ARTFORUM MAGZAINE, Dec.,1977. pg. 66
Joshua Kind, Model Art, The Intimated Envioronment, THE NEW ART EXAMINER OF NORTHERN ILL. UNIV., Jan. ,1978,pg. 11
Barbara Cavaliere, Small Objects, ARTS MAGAZINE,Feb.,1978 pg. 32Evening
Brenda Preisner, Five Artist Show Focuses On Fear,Despair, Disaster, BUFFALO EVENING NEWS, Mar. 7,1978
Peter Frank, Schoolhouse Rock, VILLAGE VOICE, May 27, 1978. pg.75
John Perreault, Landscapes From The Interior, SOHO WEEKLY NEWS, Oct. 19,1978. pg.40
April Kingsley, Review, VILLAGE VOICE, Oct. 23, 1978. pg.114
Mary Murphy, Personal Statements, OMEGA ONE MAGAZINE, Nov. 6,1978 pg.15
Joseph Reiner. Micro-sculpture on Display In Mandeville, THE GUARDIAN, Nov. 22,1978.
Elise Miller, Artists Tackle Big Ideas With Exhibit Of Small Scale Works, THE L.A. TIMES, Nove. 30, 1979. pg.9
Ida K.Rigby, Intensification Through Diminution, ARTWEEK #41, Dec. 2,1978.
April Kingsley, New Imagery Keeps Its Cool, VILLAGE VOICE, Jan. 1, 1979.pg. 71
Robert Berlind, Ira Joel Haber at Pam Adler, ART IN AMERICA, Jan-Feb.,1979 pg. 142-43
Peter Frank, Reviews, ART NEWS MAGAZINE, Jan. 1979,pg. 146
Nancy Rosen, Reviews, ARTFORUM MAGAZINE, Feb.,1979, pg. 68-69
Laurel Bradley, Imaginary Worlds, ARTS MAGAZINE, Mar. 1979.,pg. 34
Eleanor Munro, Archaeo-Art, SATURDAY REVIEW, Apr. 14, 1979, pg. 36-37
Mary Delahoyd, New York Letter, ART AND AUSTRALIA,Vol.17 #2, Spring, 1979. pg. 84-85
Walter Grasskamp, Medien Der Architeckturvermittlung, KUNSTFORUM INTERNATIONAL, Feb.,1980. pg. 127
William Zimmer, Shelf Portraits, SOHO WEEKLY NEWS, March,19, 1980, pg.51
Kay Larson, Ira Joel Haber, THE VILLAGE VOICE, Mar.,24, 1980, pg. 81
David L.Shirey, A Foray Into The Contemporary, THE NEW YORK TIMES, Sun.,April 13, 1980; N.J. pg. 27
April Kingsley, The Bigness Of Small, Ira Joel Haber's Art, ARTS MAGAZINE, Sept. ,1989, pg. 154-155
Jeanne Paris, When Small Is More, NEWSDAY, Oct.,2,1981. pg. 29
Helen Harrison, Peep Shows Of Castastrophe, THE NEW YORK TIMES, Sun.,Oct.4,1981. pg. 21
Laura C. Lieberman, Collages and Assemblages, ART PAPERS, Nov. Dec.,1981. pg. 18
Alex Gildzen, Ira Joel Haber, Poolside Reflections On Coming Out Of The Box, ARTS MAGAZINE, May,1982, pg.
102-103
Kim Levin, Gimme Shelter, THE VILLAGE VOICE, Dec.,17, 1985, pg. 108
Judy Seigel, Lets Play House, WOMEN ARTISTS NEWS, Vol. 11-3,June , 1986
PER LUI, No. 49, May,1987, pg. 119
Interview: PETER MADERO GALLERY PRESENTS: channel 69, Oct 8, 1996
Photograph: APPEARANCES MAGAZINE, No. 24, 1997
Edward J. Sozanski, Architectural Art. The Philadelphia Inquirer, March 11, 2005

BOOKS AND CATALOGS:

NEUE GALERIE DER STADT AACHEN DER BESTAND 72 (ART AROUND 1970), 1972.
Lucy R. Lippard, SIX YEARS: THE DEMATERIALIZATION OF THE ART OBJECT, Praeger Pub.,1973
Peter Sager, NEUE FORMEN DES REALISMUS (NEW FORMS OF REALISM), Verlag Pub.,1973
Alex Mogelon & Norman Laliberte, ART IN BOXES, Von Nostrand,Reinhold,1974
Lawrence Alloway, TOPICS, Norton, Pub., 1975
Wolfgang Becker, ARTISTS EXHIBITED/ART IN THE MUSEUM SINCE 1945. THE AACHEN-LUDWIG COLLECTION, 1977
Dieter Honisch & Jens Christian, AMERICAN ART FROM 1945 TO TODAY, Dumont Buchverlag, 1977
Alex Gildzen, Haber's Shattered Landscapes, Studies In Nature & Time, Catalog essay, IRA JOEL HABER RETROSPECTIVE , Kent State University, 1977.,pg. 2-3
Phyllis Plous, Ira Joel Haber,catalog essay, TABLEAU CONSTRUCTIONS, 1974-77 Univ. of Ca, Santa Barbara, Art
Museum, 1977,pg. 12-15
Douglas G.Schultz, Ira Joel Haber, catalog essay, EIGHT SCULPTORS, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo New York, Mar. Apr. 1979, pg. 34
Jeffrey Wechsler, Ira Joel Haber, Catalog essay, CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS SERIES, No.2 Rutgers University Art Gallery, Rutgers New Jersey, March 1980
Lawrence Alloway, Catalog essay, IRA JOEL HABER, SCULPTURE, 1969-1980. State University of New York at Stony Brook Art Gallery, 1981.
Marilyn JS Goodman, Brochure essay, IRA JOEL HABER, RETROSPECTIVE, 1969-1984. Phialadelphia Art Alliance, Phila.,Pa., Sept.-Oct., 1984
Sanford Hohauser, ARCHITECTURAL AND INTERIOR MODELS, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1984, pg. 260
Jeff Weinstein, Catalog essay, IRA JOEL HABER: MADE IN COLUMBUS. Ceramic Plates and Drawings, J. N. Herlin, Inc., New York City, Sept-Oct, 1986
MUTINY AND THE MAINSTREAM: TALK THAT CHANGED ART, 1975-1990,Edited by Judy Seigel. Midmarch Arts Press, 1992
AMERICAN CERAMICS, THE COLLECTION OF EVERSON MUSEUM OF ART, 1989. pg. 256
New York, New York, New York. Fluex Factory, Queens New York. Pgs. 12 & 22. 2007
STANDARD REFERENCE


WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN ART. Editions since 1980
WHO'S WHO IN AMERICA. Editions since 1982


BY THE ARTIST:


FILMS:

EXCERCISE I, 1970 (Super 8, 3 minutes)
EXCERCISE II, 1970, (Super 8 3 minutes)
EXCERCISE III, 1971, (Super 8, sound 3 minutes)
RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL, 1971 (slide presentation, 15 minutes, sound)


MONOGRAPHS:

RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL, New York: Privately printed, 1969
SURVEY, New York: Privately printed, 1969
36 HOUSES, New York: Privately printed, 1970
FILMS, NUMBER 1, New York: privately printed, December 1970
FILMS, NUMBER 2, New York: privately printed, March 1970

WRITINGS:

Two poems, THE WORLD, No. 18 Jan./Feb., 1970
Poem, THE WORLD, Feb., 1972
Elizabeth, CENTER MAGAZINE, No.3 1972
Excerpts from Notebooks, 1969-1971, SILVER MAGAZINE, 1972
Excerpts from Notebooks, 1969-1971 TOUCAN MAGAZINE, VOL. 3/#1-3 1972
Statementm NEUE FORMES DES REALISMUS (NEW FORMS OF REALISM), Peter Sager, Cologne, 1973
Five Stories Of The Music Hall, OUT OF THIS WORLD MAGAZINE, only issue, 1973
Letter to the editors, ARTFORUM MAGAZINE, May 1974, pg. 9
Two Poems For Sylvia Sidney (with Alex Gildzen), TOUCAN MAGAZINE, 1974
Some Thoughts on Camouflage, A Book of poems by John Perreault, THE SERIF: QUARTERLY OF THE KENT
STATE UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES, Vol. XI/#3 Fall 1974
Statement, Exhibition catalog, A Response To The Environment, Rutgers University Art Gallery, 1975
The M.E. Thelen Piece, TRI-QUARTERLY No. 32, Winter 1975
Excerpts From Notebooks, Exhibition catalog, Private Notations: Artists' Sketchbooks, Philadelphia College of Art 1976
A Partial List Of Postcards From My Collection, SHELLY'S MAGAZINE, No. 6 1976
Some Reasons Why I Do What I Do, APPEARANCES MAGAZINE, Vo. 1/#1 1977
Review of Panel American Sculpture: Folk and Modern, WOMEN ARTISTS NEWSLETTER, Vol. 3/#2 June 1977
Notes on Seven Artists, Exhibition catalog Rooms, P.S. 1, Long Island City, New York 1977
Anna, ONLY PROSE MAGAZINE, Nov. 1977
The Painters Word, 34 Lofty Views On Picasso, SOHO WEEKLY NEWS, May 21, 1980
Statement, Exhibition catalog, Street Sights, Institute Of Contemporary Art, Univ. of Penna.,Phila.,1980
William Schwedler, ARTS MAGAZINE, April 1983, pg.2
Gildzen At 50, A Celebration, Edited by Dimitris Karageorgiou. Kent Ohio, 1993. Cover & pgs. 11 & 113
A Keepsake For Alex Gildzen Upon His Retirement From Kent State University. Jan. 1,1994 Unnumbered pgs.
Letter to the editors, A&U America’s AIDS Magazine, March 1998


COVERS, GRAPHICS AND OTHER WORKS:

Five Collages, OTHER SCENES, Vol. 3/#12, Sept. 1,1969
Collage, OTHER SCENES, Vol. 3/#13 Sept. 15, 1969
Collage, OTHER SCENES, VOL. 3/#16 Dec., 1969
Cover, GROSSINGER'S TWO SECTIONS FROM THE BOOK OF CRANBERRY ISLANDS, By Richard Grossinger,
Occasional Papers No.8, Kent State University Libraries, 1972
Cover, FUNNY DUCKS, By Alex Gildzen, Ghost Dance Press, Michigan, 1973
Cover, OUT OF THIS WORLD, The Poetry Project, New York City, 1973
Portfolio of photographs of sculpture, TRUCK MAGAZINE, No. 13 1974
Drawings for HARRY by John Perreault, Coach House Press, Canada, 1974
Cover, CITY JOYS, by Jack Anderson, Release Press, New York City, 1975
Porfolio of Southold drawings, TRUCK MAGAZINE, No. 15, 1975
Cover, J.N. Herlin Inc., BROADCASTING AND COMMUNICATIONS, New York City, 1976
Cover, J.N. Herlin Inc., TWENTIETH CENTURY ART, New York City, 1977
Window Display, John Wanamaker's Department Store, Philadelphia Pa., May 1980
Window Display, J.N. Herlin Inc., New York City, 1980
Centerfold, SOHO WEEKLY NEWS, July 23-29, 1980
Cover, J.N. Herlin Inc., AMERICAN ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONIST PAINTING, New York City, 1982
Catalog design, J.N. Herlin Inc., CALDER, NEVELSON, DAVID SMITH, New York City, 1982
Cover and drawings, LIFE IN SAN DIEGO, by Jeff Weinstein, Sun and Moon Press, 1983
Cover, DRESS, Journal of the Costume Society Of America, 1984
Three Paintings. OTOLITHS. Issue two, Part two. Southern Winter. 2006. Australia. Pgs. 32-34..
Covers. BACKWARDS CITY REVIEW. Vol.3. No. 1. Spring 2007
Cover. ELLIPSIS MAGAZINE. Spring. 2007
Covers and 8 interior drawings. SO TO SPEAK. Winter/Spring 2007
Cover and 5 interior drawings TAJ MAHAL REVIEW. India. Vol. 8. Number 1. June 2007.
Three Drawings. Lilies and Cannonballs Review. New York. Vol. 3. No. 2. 2008
Three drawings. Terra Incognita. No. 8. Autumn 2007
Six drawings. The Tusculum Review. Vol. 4. 2008
Cover and interior artwork OTOLITHS. 2010

WARDS AND GRANTS:

1974-Creative Artists Public Service Grant (CAPS), Sculpture
1974/75-National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, Sculpture
1976/77-Creative Artists Public Service Grant (CAPS), Graphics
1977-Change Inc.
1977/78-National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, Sculpture
1982-Ariana Foundation for the Arts Inc.,
1983/84-National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, Drawing
1986-The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Inc
2001-The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Inc.
2004-The Gottlieb Foundation

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

Neue Galerie, The Ludwig Collection, Aachen Germany
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
New York Univesity Art Collection, New York City
The Guggenheim Museum, New York City
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C.
Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo New York
Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse New York
Musee d’Art Joliette Quebec Canada
The Whitney Museum Of American Art, New York




 








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