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Maddy Rosenberg
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Cobble Hill



ARTIST STATEMENT: My work has been greatly influenced by urban environments. I respond to the architecture of a place as it bears witness to its own history, beyond the time of its construction. Though inorganic, buildings still contain remnants of a human touch and a living memory. Based in Brooklyn, I also gather much of my imagery from my travels. Objects, images, and architectural details of places I have seen are deconstructed and reconfigured in seamlessly assembled compositions that appear within a newly invented context. The juxtaposition of flat planes of saturated color with finely painted details more clearly defines the abstract nature of the paintings, while simultaneously emphasizing the evocativeness of the imagery. The images become more than mere depictions of reality, a hint of what once was, with the shapes of pure color a reminder of the identity of the painted surface. I have been dealing with the ideas of multi-panel paintings for a number of years. The artist’s books naturally mimic this sequential aspect, while moving beyond the illusion of three-dimensional space to the actuality of pushing flat planes into a real and seemingly livable space. The new three-layered printed accordion books sit on the ground, dividing the space into twisting “streets.” I envision these multi-dimensional pieces as integral to the process of creating installations of imagined spaces, worlds that offer a reality with a twist.
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ARTIST RESUME:


MADDY ROSENBERG
www.maddyrosenberg.net

Founder/ Executive Director/ Curator: CENTRAL BOOKING, New York City

Solo and Two Person Exhibitions

2012 Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, Texas
2011 Kullukcu Gallery, Munich, Germany
2010 University of Colorado, Boulder
2009 Haus der Buchkunst, Hamburg, Germany
2008 Cheryl McGinnis Gallery, New York City
Brooklyn Public Library, Central Branch, New York City
Wade Wilson Art, Houston, Texas
2007 Martin Museum of Art, Waco, Texas
2006 Safe-T-Gallery, New York City
2003 Baylor University, Waco, Texas
2002 The Project Room, Phoenix Gallery, New York City
2000 Galerie des Arches, Paris, France
Entrance Gallery, Fordham University at Lincoln Center, New York City
1999 TAI Gallery, NYC; Jefferson Market Library, New York City
St. John's University, New York City
Jefferson Market Library, New York Public Library, New York City
1998 Galerie Stadtschmiede, Freistadt, Austria
1996 Österreichische NationalBibliothek, Vienna, Austria
Galerie Alpha, Vienna, Austria
1995 Galerie Eboran, Salzburg, Austria
Cafe Künstlerhaus, Salzburg, Austria
1994 Northcutt Steele Gallery, Billings, Montana
1993 Manhattan Graphics Center, New York City
1989 The New Gallery, Educational Alliance, New York City
1988 Kansas City Artist Coalition Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri
1987 Gotham Fine Arts, New York City
1986 Berkshire Artisans Gallery, Pittsfield, Massachusetts
1985 Evangel College, Springfield, Missouri
1984 Pingree Gallery, South Hamilton, Massachusetts

Selected Group Exhibitions

2013 Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel, Germany – Künstlerbücher aus New York
2012 Williams Center for the Arts, Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania - Booked
Vespa Properties, New York City - Feminism and the Artist’s Book, Related to Materializing "Six Years": Lucy R. Lippard and the Emergence of Conceptual Art at The Brooklyn Museum
K-SALON, Berlin, Germany – CENTRAL BOOKING in Berlin
Bibliothèque Landowski, Boulogne, France – Recent Acquisitions
New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts (NOCCA), New Orleans, Louisiana – The Print Booked
2011 Médiathèque André Malraux, Strasbourg, France – Recent Acquisitions from CENTRAL BOOKING
Inselgalerie, Berlin, Germany – Judische Frauen in der Bildenden Kunst
Tompkins County Public Library, Ithaca, NY - Information Bound and Sculpted
2010 Shoreditch Town Hall, London, UK - 400 Women
Eagle Gallery, London, UK - Memory’s Images
Free Library, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Space and Sequence
St. Ann’s Warehouse, New York City - Temporary Toy Museum
U.S. Embassy, Baku, Azerbaijan – Miniature Artist’s Books from the U.S.A.
2009 McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College, Boston, Massachusetts – The Book as Art
Susan Hensel Gallery, Minneapolis, Minnesota – Reader’s Art 9: small, smaller, smallest
Siren’s Song Gallery, Greenport, New York – Black and White and Read All Over
2008 Brooklyn Museum, New York City – Selections from the Collection
Newark Public Library, New Jersey – More than Words: Artists’ Books from the Special Collections
Dana Library, Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey – Lynn Mullins: This is Your Book
Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Berlin, Germany - Memory Happens or The Art of Memory
Siguaraya Galerie, Berlin, Germany - 4 für den Kaiser
Philadelphia Athenaeum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Art Bound: Book Design Past and Present
St. Ann’s Warehouse, New York City - Temporary Toy Museum
Victoria Arts Connection, Victoria, Canada – The Pacific Festival of the Book International Exhibition
Museum of Arts & Crafts, Itami, Japan; 2B Gallery, Budapest; Galeria Z, Bratislava, Slovakia – Your Documents Please
Birke Art Gallery, Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia – Book Marks 2008
2007 Cheryl McGinnis Gallery, New York City – Black + White = Grey Matter
Brooklyn College Library, New York City – Singular Objects
Proteus Gowanus, New York City - Play
2006-7 Flushing Town Hall, New York City – Sheer Beauty
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC – The Book as Art: Twenty Years of Artists’ Books
Proteus Gowanus, New York City - Library
2006 Cheryl McGinnis Gallery, New York City – Mother Lode
Proteus Gowanus, New York City - Travel, an Interdisciplinary Exhibition
King St. Stephen Museum, Székesfehérvár, Hungary - Fourth International Artists’ Book Exhibition 2006
Art at Large, New York City - Tiny Fine Art
2005 Brooklyn Arts Council, New York City – Beyond Creativity and Collaboration
Hebrew Union College Museum, New York City – Waldsee 1944
St. Ann’s Warehouse, New York City - 7th Annual International Toy Theater Festival and Temporary Toy Museum
Rongio Gallery, New York City – Project Diversity/ A Multi-Venue Exhibition of Brooklyn Artists
Susan Hensel Design, Minneapolis, Minnesota - A Reader’s Art 5: on the wall and out of the box
NutureArt Gallery, New York City - Paper, Papel, Papier
2004-5 Abrons Arts Center, Henry Street Settlement; Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus; The Center for Book Arts, New York City; Cité Internationale des Arts; Atelier Lacourière-Frélaut; Parson’s Paris – New York / Paris Dialogue Paris / New York
Flux Factory, New York City; Bard College Fischer Arts Gallery, Annandale, New York – What a Book?
Brookfield Craft Center, Brookfield, Connecticut , Denver Public Library, Denver, Colorado; San Diego Mesa College,
San Diego, Columbia College Center for Book and Parper Arts, Chicago, Illinois; The Arthur and Mata Jaffe Collection, Boca Raton, Florida – Stand and Deliver
Kunst Museum Olten, Olten, Switzerland – The Collapsible Kunsthalle
2004 The Matzo Files, New York City – Grand Opening
Center for Book Arts, New York City – 2004 Artists Members Show
Brooklyn College Gallery, New York City – P.M.S.: Women Painters, Musicians and Sculptors
Fish Tank Gallery, New York, City – The Gutenberg Variations
Long Island University, Resnick Gallery, New York City - The New Hybrid
2003 Kentler International Drawing Space, New York City; Brooklyn Public Library/Central Branch, New York City –
Beyond the Page: 3D and the Artists’ Book
Baltic Contemporary Arts Center, Newcastle, England – Artists’ Books
Sanzspace, Madrid, Spain – The Hansi Huber Project
Centre Artistique Verderonne, Verderonne, France – Livres d’Artistes
The Lansing Art Gallery, Lansing, Michigan – A Reader’s Art
Baylor University, Camera Arts Gallery, Waco, Texas – Pop-Up
Here Art Center, New York City – Great Small Works Temporary Toy Theater Museum
The Time Square Lobby Gallery, New York City – A Decade of Art
2002 Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, France – Le Trait
Metaphor Contemporary Art, New York City – Paper 2003
Object/Image Gallery, New York City – Small Works II
Erlin Gallery, Budapest, Hungary; Galeria Biura Wystaw Artystycznch, Sandomierz, Poland; Majsternia Gallery, Kiev, Ukraine - Prints
Kentler International Drawing Space, New York City – Drawings for Peace Show
Christine Willis Gallery, Santa Monica, California – Artists’ Books
Access Gallery, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, New York City – Orihon and More: Books by Artists
Perkins Center for the Arts, Moorestown, New Jersey – A Tribute to New York
The Time Square Lobby Gallery, New York City – Symbology
Silicon Gallery, New York City; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Digitally Bound Artists Books in the 21st Century
Elsa Mott Ives Gallery, New York City - Carnival
The Bronfman Center Gallery, New York University, New York City – Jews. the exhibit
St. John’s University, New York City – Contemporary Prints
2001 Schloss Neuhaus, Salzburg Austria – Lithographie 2001
Off-Centre Gallery, Bristol, England; Center for Book Arts, New York City – A Tale of Two Cities
Museum of New Art,, Detroit, Michigan – Documenta USA
The Donnell Library Center, New York City – codex eclectic: bookarts 2001
Russell Coates Museum, Bournemouth, England – Poole Print makers and Manhattan Graphics Center
Galeria Vlad, Elckie Centrum Kultury, Elk, Poland – 29 Arystów Grafików
The Millay Colony for the Arts, Austerlitz, NY – Art at Steepletop
Galerie Delta Paris, France – 29 Graveurs New Yorkais à Paris
Studio Fusion at Oxo Tower, London, England; Manhattan Graphics Center, New York City;
AKI, Enschede, The Netherlands – Get Mugged
Longwood Arts Gallery, New York City – Über Quilt
Elsa Mott Ives Gallery, New York City - Dreams
2000 Here Art Center, New York City – Great Small Works Temporary Toy Theater Museum
The Donnell Library Center, New York City – Manyfold Books
Museum of New Art, Detroit, Michigan – e-mona
Gutenberg Pavillon, Mainz, Germany – Mail Art Projekt: Happy Birthday Johannes
Matthew Gallery, Dundee, Scotland – Graphic New York
OIA Gallery 402,, New York City – Fireworks: Artistbooks
Golding Gallery, New York City – NURTUREart in NoHo
Long Island University, New York City – Made in Bookland: Books by Brooklyn Artists
1999 Westbeth Gallery, New York City – Private Mythologies
Broome Street Gallery, New York City – New York Artists Equity Invitational Exhibition
HarperCollins Gallery, New York City – New York, New York
Connecticut Graphic Arts Center, Norwalk, Connecticut – Miniature Prints & Books
Manhattan Graphics Center, New York City – Printmaking and Photo Processes/ Juried by Nancy Princenthal
1998 Grafische Werkstatt im Traklhaus, Salzburg, Austria – Keine Kleinigkeit
East West Gallery, London, England – Winter Exhibition
Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, New York City – Small Works
ETS, Princeton, New Jersey – Selected Artists of Manhattan Graphics Center
Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center, New York City – Toy Theater Exhibition
Manhattan Graphics Center, New York City – The Naked Portfolio
Jefferson Market Library, New York City; ST. JOHN’S UNIVERSITY, New York City - Reptiles
MMC Gallery, New York City – 15 at Marymount
Atelier Aubergine, Quebec, Canada – Selected Work
Galerie station3, Vienna, Austria – Druckgrafik Aus New York
Galerie Studio, Berlin, Germany – Die Graphische Werkstatt im Traklhaus: Die Serie
1997 East West Gallery, London, England - Winter Exhibition
Galerie im Traklhaus, Salzburg, Austria - Die Grafische Werkstatt im Traklhaus: Die Serie
Galerie der Stadt Salzburg, Austria - Die Grafische Werkstatt im Traklhaus: Die Atmosphäre
St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery, New York City - The Imaginary City
Manhattan Graphics Center, New York City - The Imaginary City/ Member Prints/ Juried by David Kiehl
Rockefeller Center International Building, New York City - Freedom Within Limits
Bankside Gallery, London, England – New Horizons
1996 San Francisco Public Library, San Francisco, California; Concord Free Library, Concord, Massachusetts; Connecticut Graphic Arts Center, Norwalk, Connecticut – The Exhibition of the Miniature Book Society
St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery, New York City - The Liberating Spirit
Brooklyn Brewery, New York City - Support Living Artists
Manhattan Graphics Center, New York City - Handmade Papers/Handmade Prints
Waterfront Artists Coalition, New York City - Pier Show IV
Kentler International Drawing Space, New York City - Small Work/ Big Vision: On Paper!
Mills Pond House Gallery, St. James, NY - The Burning Bra and Other Bedside Tales
1995 BACA Downtown Gallery, New York City - BWAC Small Works
Galerie 5020, Salzburg, Austria - Hefte
Pratt Institute Gallery, New York City; Honolulu Printmaking Workshop, Hawaii; Norrkoping Konst Forum, Norrkoping, Sweden –
Portraits in Words and Images
1994 HarperCollins, New York City; Keene University Gallery, Staffordshire, England; Gateway Galleries, Shrewsbury, England –
Portraits in Words and Images
MMC Gallery, New York City - 10 at Marymount
Tribeca Tower, New York City - Art in Residence
ABC No Rio, New York City - No More Nice Girls
Galerie Hofmeisterhaus, Massing, Germany - Din A4: Deutsche Industrienorm
1993 Austrian Consulate, Krakow, Poland; Galleria Venezia, Venice, Italy - Geo-Graphic
1992 Artists Space, New York City - Studio in a School
Prince Street Gallery, New York City - Diversity and Vision
Tribeca148 Gallery, New York City - The 1.5 Show
Upstream Gallery, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY - Small Works
1991 MMC Gallery, New York City - Painted Spaces (Three-person Show)
148 Duane Street Gallery, New York City - OIA Salon '91
A.I.R. Gallery, New York City - Choice
112 Greene Street, New York City - Cooper-Seeman/Works on Paper
Sumner School Museum, Washington, DC - Women's Caucus for Art: My Vision
1989 Sally Hawkins Gallery, New York City - Painters: At the End of the Decade
1988 Sylvan Cole Gallery, New York City - On Broadway
1984 Rotunda Gallery, New York City - Selections
Soho Gallery, Austin, Texas - Summer Group Exhibition
The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio - The National Mid- year Exhibition
Parsons School of Design, New York City - New Art in New York
BACA Downtown Cultural Center, New York City - Mimes and Miniatures/ Juried by Dore Ashton
Soho Gallery, Austin, Texas - Small Works
Phoenix Art, Atlanta, Georgia - International Small Fine Art
1983 80 Washington Square East Gallery, New York University, New York City - Small Works/ Juried by Ivan Karp
Brooklyn Museum, New York City - Brooklyn '83

Awards and Honors

2012 USA Projects – Grant for Berlin curatorial and art project
2011 Cityscapes, Kullukcu Gallery, Munich – Three month-long U.S. Consulate Munich sponsored project celebrating 50th anniversary of Turkish immigration into Germany to create an art installation and exhibition
2010 Poets and Writers – Grant for Intermedia visual arts and text workshop series
2009 Brooklyn Arts Council Department of Cultural Affairs Regrant – Project Grant for CENTRAL BOOKING programming
2005 National Endowment for the Arts – Project Grant for: New York / Paris Dialogue Paris / New York
2002 Fundacion Valparaiso, Mojácar, Spain - Residency
2001 Schloss Neuhaus, Salzburg, Austria – Guest Artist residency to live and work with Berlin Master Printer Klaus Wilfert
1997 Traklhaus Lithography Workshop, Salzburg, Austria - Invitation to work with a Master Printer to create an edition
Manhattan Community Arts Fund, New York City - Grant for teaching high school students printmaking and book arts
1996 Guest Atelier Salzburger Künstlerhaus, Salzburg, Austria - Residency
1995 MTA Arts for Transit - Brooklyn Borough Hall Finalist
1993 Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation - Grant
Artist’s Fellowship - Grant
Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Sweet Briar, Virginia - Fellowship
1990 Blue Mountain Center, Blue Mountain Lake, New York - Residency
1988 Artist Space - Artists Grant
Millay Colony for the Arts, Austerlitz, New York - Residency
1984 Soho Gallery, Austin, Texas, "Small Works" - Painting Award

Public Collections

Museum of Modern Art, New York City
The New York Public Library, New York City
The Brooklyn Museum, New York City
George H. Waterman III Library, New York City
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York
Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, New York
Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick, New Jersey
The Newark Public Library, Newark, New Jersey
Fogg Museum, Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts
Houghton Library, Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts
School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
Boston Public Library, Boston, Massachusetts
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut
The Waskowmian, Burlington, Vermont
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC
Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Free Library of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Swarthmore College, Pennsylvania
Baylor University, Waco, Texas
University of Texas at Austin, Texas
The Arthur & Mata Jaffe Center for Book Arts, Boca Raton, Florida
The University of Miami, Florida
University of Colorado, Boulder
Museum of New Art, Detroit, Michigan
Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
The Lilly Library, Santa Cruz, California
Occidental College, Los Angeles, California
Tate Gallery, London, England
Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England
Museum of London, London, England
The London College of Communication (Printing)
Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, England
Camberwell College of Arts, London, England
Baltic: The Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, England
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, Scotland
Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, Scotland
Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland
Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris, France
Saint Brieuc Library, Brittany, France
Médiathèque André Malraux, Strasbourg, France
Bibliothèque Landowski, Boulogne, France
Österreische Nationalbibliothek, Vienna, Austria
Salzburg Museum, Salzburg, Austria
Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich, Germany
Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel, Germany
Biblioteca National de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Museum of Miniature Art, Baku, Azerbaijan

Selected Bibliography

Sandra Salamony, 1000 Artist’s Books, Quarry Books, Beverly, Massachusetts, 2012.
Andreas Bönte (presenter), Nachtlinie (Night Line), German Television, Munich, 2011.
Hedwig Brenner, Judische Frauen in der Bildenden Kunst, Volume IV, Hartung-Gorre Verlag, Konstanz, Germany, 2011.
Suzanne Ahearn, “Central Booking at Codex Book Fair 2011,” Fine Press Book Association (blog)
Gaëlle Pelachaud, Livres animés du papier au numérique, L’Harmattan, Paris, France, 2010.
Brandon Graham, “Shifting Artist Book Distribution Models,” JAB (The Journal of Artists’ Books), Fall 2010.
Nicole Levy, “Curator Leaves LIC for LA,” Queens Chronicle, April 29, 2010.
Harold Elgin, “Art and Astronomy Come Together at DUMBO Gallery,” Brooklyn Daily Eagle, April 12, 2010.
Kecia Cole, “Neighborhood Beat” BRIC arts cable TV interview.
John Haber, “Goodbye, Mr. Deitch,” Artillery Magazine, March/April, 2010.
Emily Geminder, “What Were books Daddy?” The Commercial Observer, March 9, 2010.
Narrative Sequences, Center for Book Arts, NYC, 2010 (catalog).
Matt Connolly, “Book ‘Em,” cityArts, October 7, 2009.
Andrew Goldstein “Gallery Dedicated to Book Art Opens,” The Art Newspaper, October 5, 2009.
Garland Fielder, “Anne Appleby and Maddy Rosenberg/ Wade Wilson Art, “ ArtsHouston, June 2008.
Houston Public Radio, interviewed by Meghan Hendley on “Front Row,” May 12, 2008.
Nick Keppler, “If It’s Friday, It’s Concrete Jungle,” Houston Press, April 24-30, 2008.
Carl Hoover, “Martin Museum of Art exhibits works from Rembrandt to Rauschenberg,” Waco Tribune-Herald, June 14, 2007.
Sarah Tobol, “Exhibit Mixes Books and Art at Proteus Gowanus Gallery,” Brooklyn Eagle, June 7, 2007.
Stephen Stirling, “Artists explore future of Northern Queens,” Flushing Times Ledger, May 10, 2007.
Goodloe Byron, with introductions by Maddy Rosenberg & others, The Abstract, 2007.
Christophe Comentale, “Maddy Rosenberg,” Art and Métiers du Livre, December 2006.
“The Artistsbook Library at Proteus Gowanus,” Umbrella, October 2006.
“Interview,” (and cover) Marginalia, Fall 2006.
John Haber, “Maddy Rosenberg: Speculative Ruins,” Artists’ Books Reviews, Spring 2006.
The Book as Art: Twenty Years of Artists’ Books from the National Museum of Women in the Art, essay by Johanna Drucker,
Princeton Architectural Press, 2006 (catalog).
…A New Surprise…For Our Readers, FOURTH INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS’ BOOK EXHIBITION, essay by Buzz Spector,
Szekesfehervar, Hungary, 2006 (catalog).
"Interpreting Old Walls," In Brooklyn/Brooklyn Eagle, April 6, 2006.
Susan Rowland, “Artist Profile,” bac news, Spring 2006.
John Haber, “Between the Covers: Dialogue and the Artist’s Book,” Haberarts.com, December 17, 2005.
Christophe Comentale, “Confrontation d’Estampes d’Artistes Américains et Français,” Art and Métiers du Livre, October 2005.
John Haber, “Making Book,” Haberarts.com, October 2, 2005.
Agnes Murray, “New York / Paris Dialogue Paris / New York,” bac news, Fall 2005.
New York / Paris Dialogue Paris / New York, essay by Nancy Green, 2005 (catalog).
Sarah Bodman, Creating Artists’ Books, Watson-Guptill Publications, New York, 2005.
Who’s Who in America (60th Diamond Edition), Marquis Publishing, 2005, 2006.
Who’s Who of American Women, Marquis Publishing, 1999, 2000-1, 2002-3, 2004-5, 2006-7.
Waldsee 1944, 2005 (catalog).
John Cutrone, “Stand and Deliver,” Folio, Special Issue 2005.
Emma Hill, “American gothic,” Printmaking Today, Winter 2004.
Ann E. Gregory, “The Power of Connections, “ Artists’ Books Reviews, Summer 2004.
Stand and Deliver, 2004 (catalog).
Anne Desmet, “In a small space,” Printmaking Today, Winter 2003.
Artist’s Book Yearbook 2003-5, Impact Press, 2003.
Beyond the Page: 3-D and the Artist’s Book, 2003 (catalog).
Dictionary of International Biography, IBC, 2000, 20003.
Le Trait, 2002 (catalog).
Orihon and More: Books by Artists, 2002 (catalog).
Digitally Bound Artists Books in the 21st Century, 2002 (catalog).
Emma Hill, “Artists’ Books: A Tale of Two Cities,” Art Review, December/January 2002.
Rosemary Simmons, “A tale of two cities,” Printmaking Today, Autumn 2001.
Maria White, “A tale of two cities,” Arlis Uk & Ireland News-Sheet, September/October 2001.
29 Arystów Grafików, 2001 (catalog).
Le Mois de l’estampe à Paris, 2001 (catalog).
BBC Radio Bristol, interview for exhibition A Tale of Two Cities, May 14, 2001.
“Artists Exhibit,” Bristol Evening Post, May 16, 2001.
Sarah Bodman, (with essays by Guy Begbie and Maddy Rosenberg), A Tale of Two Cities, 2001 (catalog).
Jews, Issue 5, 2001(cover).
“A Tale of Two Cities and September 11,” Women’s Art Library Bulletin, no.17, 2000.
2000 Outstanding Artists and Designers of the 20th Century, IBC, 2000.
Joseph Karoly, Assembled Spaces, 2000 (catalog).
Roland Siegrist, Happy Birthday Johannes, 2000 (catalog).
“A Red, White and Bluesy Feeling,” The Tribeca Trib, July/August 2000.
Deborah Everett, “Review: Made in Bookland,” NY Arts: International Edition, Volume 5, 2000.
Constance Woo, Made in Bookland, 2000 (catalog).
Robert Roth and Arnold Sachar, editors, And Then, Volume 9, 1999.
Griselda Fosen, “Internationale Gäste in der Stadtschmiede von Freistadt,” Oberosterriche Nachrichten, June 25, 1998.
Claudia Gould & Valerie Smith, editors, 5000 Artists Return to Artists Space: 25 Years, 1998.
John Yau, The Imaginary City, 1997 (catalog).
Robert Wolf, "Offenheit bewährt sich", Salzburger Volkseitung, November 22, 1997.
"Die Grafische Werkstatt", Salzburger Nachrichten, November 11, 1997.
Sabine Möseneder, "Von Brooklyn nach Nonntal", Stadt:Zeitung, July, 1996.
Robin Ross, Open Doors, 1996 (catalog).
Barbara Kadrnka, "Kunst: Maddy Rosenberg/ Ölbilder", alpha, January/ February, 1996.
Hans Langwallner, "Magisches Labyrinth", Salzburg-Krone, February 3, 1995.
Mario Jandroković, "Menschenleere Kulissen", Salzburger Nachrichten, January 21, 1995.
Daniele Pabinger, "Das Spiel mit der Maske", Salzburger Volkszeitung, January 18, 1995.
Linda Dyett, "Handiwork", New York Magazine, July 2-9, 1990.
Jon Nalley, "The Excessive Eighties", Outweek, November 12, 1989.
Donald Hoffman, "Art Journal", The Kansas City Star, December 18, 1988.
Ray Donleavy, "Small Statements", Austin American Statesman, January 22, 1984.

Curatorial Projects

2012 Williams Center for the Arts, Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania - Curator, organization, installation, Booked
Vespa Properties, New York City - Feminism and the Artist’s Book, Related to Materializing "Six Years": Lucy R. Lippard and the Emergence of Conceptual Art at The Brooklyn Museum
K-SALON, Berlin, Germany – Curator, organization, installation, CENTRAL BOOKING in Berlin
New Orleans Center For the Creative Arts (NOCCA), New Orleans – Curator, organization, installation, The Print Booked in collaboration with Southern Graphics Conference International, Navigating the Currents (April)
2010-12 CENTRAL BOOKING, New York City – Curator, organizer, magazine publisher.
Gallery II exhibitions: Mapping the Surface (November 2011-January 2012), Now You See It: Color and the Mind’s Eye (September-October 2011), Earthwork (April-June 2011), Measure for Measure (February – April 2011), Attract/Repel (November 2010 – January 2011), Chemical Reactions (September-October 2010), Anatomical/Microbial/Microcosms (May–July 2010), Astronomy: The Celestial (March–May 2010),
2010 Center for Book Arts – Curator, catalog essay, Narrative Sequences
2009 CENTRAL BOOKING, New York City – Opened gallery specializing in artist’s books and their integration into larger art world
Gallery l: Artist’s Books and Prints, Gallery II: Natural Histories (September–November, 2009), Anthropology: Revisited, Reinvented, Reinterpreted (November 2009–January 2010)
2007 Proteus Gowanus, New York City – co-curator of exhibition on Play
Brooklyn College Library, New York City – Singular Objects
Flushing Town Hall, New York City – Fast Forward: Flushing of 2107
2006 Proteus Gowanus, New York City - The Artistsbook Library for the year-long exhibition Library
2005 Abrons Arts Center, Henry Street Settlement; Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus; The Center for Book Arts, New York
City; Cité Internationale des Arts; Atelier Lacourière-Frélaut; Parson’s Paris – Organization and curation of international printmaking project consisting of six exhibitions, talks, symposium, performances, workshops, catalogue and video:
New York / Paris Dialogue Paris / New York
2004 Fish Tank Gallery, New York, City – Artist’s book component of the exhibition The Gutenberg Variations
2003 Kentler International Drawing Space; Brooklyn Public Library/Central Branch, New York City -
Beyond the Page: 3D and the Artists’ Book; Catalog design, printing and essay
Camera Arts Gallery, Baylor University, Waco, Texas – Begin Again: Altered Books and Pop-Up
2001 Off-Centre Gallery, Bristol, England; Center for Book Arts, New York City – A Tale of Two Cities, Catalog essay
Studio Fusion at Oxo Tower, London, England; Manhattan Graphics Center, New York City; AKI, Enschede, The Netherlands - International project of artists mugs, and exhibition Get Mugged
Galerie Delta, Paris, France – 29 Graveurs New Yorkais à Paris
Galeria Slad, Elckie Centrum Kultury, Elk, Poland – 29 Arystów Grafików
The Donnell Library Center – codex eclectic: bookarts 2001
2000 Matthew Gallery, Dundee, Scotland - Graphic New York
1998 Galerie station3, Vienna, Austria – Druckgrafik Aus New York
1997 St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery – The Imaginary City; Coordinator of catalog

Collaborative/Additional Projects

CENTRAL BOOKING Magazine – Established March, 2010, Publisher
Proteotypes – Concept/ art director/designer/production for the Play Book, publication in conjunction with the Play exhibition at
Proteus Gowanus
The Inkshop Printmaking Center/Olive Branch Press – Printing, assembling, and publication of artist’s book, Dystopia
Purgatory Pie Press– Greetings from New York, drawing for November 2006 square letterpress postcard series
Roger Sessions: A Biography, by Andrea Olmstead - Illustrations
Reminiscences and Reflections, The Sentimental Muse, The Book of Moonlight, by Larry Bell, – CD covers
The Hansi Hubert Project – International collaboration of a multi-discipline installation conceived of and executed by 3 artists
Prima Littera Project - 4 New York City and 3 Spanish artists create a book of digital prints for Estampa in Madrid, Spain
Mybrary Book –Collaborative artist’s book component of library installation project combining visual art and text
Mobilivre – Bookmobile 2001, 2002 – Traveling trailer of selected artists’ books
Bristol Art Library – Portable reference library of unique and limited edition artists’ books
Beavis and Butthead Do America – Color Studio for animated film
Nickolodeon – Production for cut-out animated spot
Geo-Graphique – International printmaking portfolio
On Broadway, Spontoneous Combustion, Negative Space, Naked – Print portfolios with Manhattan Graphics Center
Hudson River Mural – Collaborative printmaking project with Manhattan Graphics Center

Visiting Artist, Talks, Panelists, Juror

2012 UnionDocs, Brooklyn, NY - Contes féériques: Art Books and Histories, Book launch and Reading, interview of Mary Choueiter
Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, Texas – Visiting Artist and workshop in collaboration with exhibition
2010,12 The Center for Book Arts, New York City – Portfolio review
2010 Brooklyn Museum Library, Brooklyn, New York – Speaker discussing artist’s books for First Saturday event
Museum of Science, New York City – ASCI Digital Prints 2010 co-juror with scientist
Climate Gallery, Long Island City – Juror’s prizes for Artists Book exhibition
2007 Brooklyn College Library, Brooklyn, NY – Speaker for librarian symposium It’s All About the Book
Baylor University, Waco, Texas – Visiting artist
University of Texas, Austin, Texas – Visiting artist
2006 St. Louis Museum of Art, St. Louis, Missouri – Visiting artist
Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri – Artist talk
Brooklyn Arts Council Regrant Program - Grant panelist for Arts in Education
2005 Abrons Arts Center, New York City – Panelist for symposium on contemporary printmaking, Printmaking Today
The Center for Book Arts, New York City – Curator’s talk for New York / Paris Dialogue Paris / New York
Brooklyn Arts Council, New York City – Seminars for the Arts, International Arts Collaborations: The Artist as Curator
The Center for Book Arts, New York City – Discussion panel for 30 Years of Innovation
2004,5 The Center for Book Arts, New York City – Grant panelist for Artist’s Residency
2004 The Inkshop Printmaking Center/Olive Branch Press, Ithaca, NY - Artist talk
Flux Factory, New York City – Discussion panelist for What the Book?
2003 London College of Printing, London, England – Artist talk
École Supérieure des Arts Appliqués, Paris, France – Artist talk
Baylor University, Waco, Texas – Visiting artist
2001 University of the West of England, Bristol, England – Visiting artist
Off-Centre Gallery, Bristol, England – Artist talk
Artists Talk on Art - Discussion panelist for The Book as Art, New York City
2000 Duncan and Jordanstone School of Fine Art, Dundee, Scotland – Visiting artist
The Cooper Union, New York City – Artist talk
Brooklyn Arts Council Regrant Program - Grant panelist for Humanities and Literature
1999 Eastern Montana College, Billings, Montana – Visiting artist

Teaching/College

Pratt Institute, New York City - Visiting Professor, 2008.
The Cooper Union, New York City – Classes in pastels, landscape drawing, and figure drawing, 2001.
Pratt Manhattan, New York City – Class in relief printmaking and book binding, 2001
Marymount Manhattan College, New York City - Adjunct Professor of Art, developed and taught classes in drawing, painting,
Artist’s books, printmaking, and pastels, 1991 – 1999. Fine Arts Department, Center for Lifelong Learning, 1991-1995.
Berkeley College, New York City – History of Art course, Winter and Summer 1990.

Teaching/Freelance
The Printmaking Council of New Jersey - The 3D Artist’s Book workshop.
The Arthur & Mata Jaffe Center for Book Arts, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida– Workshops in artist’s books, 2005 –2009.
The Center for Book Arts, New York City – Workshop in book arts and printmaking, 2009.
Brooklyn Arts Council,, New York City – Workshops in trompe I’oeil painting, book arts, toy theater, relief printmaking, kite-making,
and mask-making for middle and high school day and after school programs, parent’s programs, and staff developments, 2000-8.
Brooklyn Public Library, New York City – Art workshops, 2003, 2005-8.
Studio in the Square, New York City – Book Arts Workshop, 2005, 2008.
Henry Street Settlement, New York City - Book Arts Workshop, 2005.
Marquia Studios, New York City - Workshops in book arts, toy theater, relief printmaking, and kite-making, for middle and high school
day and after school programs, parent’s programs, and staff developments, 2004-5.
Wave Hill, New York City - Book arts and cyanotype workshops, 2004, 5.
The Inkshop Printmaking Center/Olive Branch Press, Ithaca, NY – Pop-up books workshop, 2004.
Morris-Jumel Mansion, New York City – Toy theater parent/child workshop, 2004.
Newark Museum, Newark, New Jersey – Printmaking and book arts workshops, 2002-.
Yaffa Cultural Productions, New York City – Art workshops for public schools, Parks Department, and public events, 2001-3.
Manhattan Graphics Center, New York City - Classes and workshops in printmaking and book arts, 1988-2001.
Pyramid Atlantic, Riverdale, Maryland - Workshop in relief printmaking and book arts, 2000.
Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning, New York City – Class in book arts, 2000.
The Open Classroom, New York City – Grant to teach art/literacy workshops in New York City public middle school, 2000.
Creative Center for Women with Cancer – Class in the artist’s book, 2000.
Studio in a School, New York City – Art workshops in New York City public elementary, junior high and high schools, 1992-1995.
Staff Development/Mentoring Program, 1993 - 4. Visiting Artist workshops, 1989 and 1990.
The Center for the Arts, New York City, New York City – Classes in pastels, printmaking and book arts, 1988-91.
Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York City - Workshops in printmaking and box-making, March 1988.

Education

Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, Bard College, Annandale, New York - Master of Fine Arts (Painting), 1987
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Painting and Printmaking), 1977
Pratt Institute, New York City - Junior Year in College, 1976
High School of Art and Design, New York City - Graduated with Honors, 1973
 








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