Leon Golub

Born in Chicago IL, 1922

University of Chicago, Chicago IL, BA, 1942
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago IL, BFA, 1949
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago IL, MFA, 1950

Died in New York NY, 2004

Solo Exhibitions

2016
National Portrait Gallery, ‘Leon Golub: Portraits of Power’, London, England

2015
Museo Tamayo, ‘Leon Golub: Bite Your Tongue’, Mexico City, Mexico (travelling exhibition)
Serpentine Gallery, ‘Leon Golub: Bite Your Tongue’, London, England (travelling exhibition)
Hauser & Wirth, ‘Leon Golub. Riot’, New York NY

2014
Barbara Gross Galerie, ‘Leon Golub: Danse Macabre’, Munich, Germany
Printworks Gallery, ‘Leon Golub & Nancy Spero’, Chicago IL

2013
Anthony Reynolds Gallery, ‘Leon Golub: Mercenaries II and Napalm Gates’, London, England

2011
Het Domein, ‘Leon Golub: Live + Die Like a Lion? ‘, Siitard, The Netherlands (Travelling exhibition)
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Palacio de Velázquez, ‘Leon Golub’, Madrid, Spain

2010
Anthony Reynolds Gallery, ‘Leon Golub: Late Drawings’, London, England
Christine König Gallery, ‘Adieu! A Tribute to Nancy Spero and Leon Golub’, Vienna, Austria
The Drawing Center, ‘Leon Golub: Live + Die Like a Lion? ‘, New York NY (Travelling exhibition)
The Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University, ‘Leon Golub: Live + Die Like a Lion?’, Evanston IL (Travelling exhibition)

2008
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, ‘Did It! ‘, New York NY

2006
Darthea Speyer, ‘Leon Golub, Homage’, Paris, France
GRIFFIN, ‘Leon Golub’, Santa Monica CA
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, ‘Leon Golub. We Love Our Leader’, New York NY
Wako Works of Art, ‘Leon Golub’, Tokyo, Japan

2004
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, ‘Graeco-Roman Colossi 1959 – 1964 + Erotica, etc. 2000-2003’, New York NY

2003
Chicago Cultural Center, ‘Leon Golub: Paintings and Drawings’, Chicago IL
Christine König Galerie, ‘Leon Golub / Nancy Spero’, Vienna, Austria
Griffin Contemporary, Leon Golub’, Venice CA
Rhona Hoffman Gallery, ‘Recent Paintings’, Chicago IL

2002
Christine König Galerie, ‘___’, Vienna, Austria
Crown Gallery, ‘___’, Brussels, Belgium
Galerie Darthea Speyer, ‘___’, Paris, France

2001
Albright-Knox Gallery, ‘Leon Golub: Paintings, 1950-2000’, Buffalo NY (Travelling exhibition)
Arthur A. Houghton Jr. Gallery, The Cooper Union School of Art, ‘While the Crime is Blazing: Paintings and Drawings 1994-1999’, New York NY
Brooklyn Museum of Art, ‘Leon Golub: Paintings, 1950-2000’, Brooklyn NY (Travelling exhibition)
Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano, ‘Leon Golub and Nancy Spero’, Lima, Peru
The Print Center, ‘Leon Golub and Nancy Spero Prints 1950-2001’, Philadelphia PA
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, ‘This Day Is Ours’, New York NY
Selby Gallery, Ringling School of Art and Design, ‘Leon Golub, While the Crime is Blazing: Paintings and Drawings, 1994- Present’, Sarasota, FL (Travelling exhibition)
MacDonald Stewart Art Centre, ‘Leon Golub, While the Crime is Blazing: Paintings and Drawings, 1994- Present’, Ontario, Canada (Travelling exhibition)

2000
Anthony Reynolds Gallery, ‘Leon Golub’, London, England
Barbara Gross Galerie, ‘___’, Munich, Germany
Christine König Galerie, ‘___’, Vienna, Austria
Halsey Gallery, School of the Arts, College of Charleston, ‘Leon Golub, While the Crime is Blazing: Paintings and Drawings, 1994- Present’, Charleston SC (Travelling exhibition)
Irish Museum of Modern Art, ‘Leon Golub: Paintings, 1950-2000’, Dublin, Ireland (Travelling exhibition)
McKinney Avenue Contemporary, ‘Leon Golub, While the Crime is Blazing: Paintings and Drawings, 1994- Present’, Dallas TX (Travelling exhibition)
Roth Horowitz Fine Arts, ‘The Fighting is a Dance, Too’, New York NY
Stedelijk Museum vor Actuele Kunst, ‘Leon Golub Paintings’, Ghent, Belgium
Saidye Bronfman Center for the Arts, ‘Leon Golub, While the Crime is Blazing: Paintings and Drawings, 1994- Present’, Montreal, Canada (Travelling exhibition)
South London Gallery, ‘Leon Golub: Paintings, 1950-2000’, London, England (Travelling exhibition)

1999
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, International Center of Photography Midtown, ‘Partisans’, installation for ‘To the Rescue: Eight Artists in an Archive,’ New York NY
Bucknell Art Gallery, Bucknell University, ‘Leon Golub, While the Crime is Blazing: Paintings and Drawings, 1994-Present’, Lewisburg PA (Travelling exhibition)
Hooper House Art Center, ‘Leon Golub, George McNeil’, Nyack NY
Instituto de Artes Graficos de Oaxaca, ‘Leon Golub, Nancy Spero, George Moore’, Oaxaca, Mexico (Travelling exhibition)
Luckman Fine Arts Complex, California State University, ‘___’, Los Angeles CA
La Sala Nacional de Exposiciones, Parque Cuscatlan, ‘Leon Golub, Nancy Spero, George Moore’, San Salvador, El Salvador (Travelling exhibition)

1998 Anthony Reynolds Gallery, ‘Les Realites Provisoires’, London, England European Workshop of Arts and Culture Hellerau, ‘Image Violence’ (installation), Dresden, Germany Galerie Darthea Speyer, ‘___’, Paris, France Mary Washington College Galleries, Ridderhoh Martin Gallery, ‘Leon Golub: Solo Exhibition of Paintings and Prints’, Fredericksburg VA
Museo Jacobo Borges, ‘Leon Golub and Nancy Spero’, Caracas, Venezuela Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, ‘Leon Golub: Dead Certainties and the Blue Tattoo’, New York NY Stefania Miscetti Arte Contemporanea, ‘___’, Rome, Italy

1997 Crown Gallery, ‘___’, Brussels, Belgium
Elaine L. Jacob Gallery, Wayne State University, ‘Leon Golub * Nancy Spero – Contemporaries’, Detroit MI Galerie Pro Arte, ‘Nancy Spero/Leon Golub and The Elephant and The Hat’, Hallein, Austria

1996 Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, ‘Image Violence’ (installation), Vancouver, Canada Galerie Darthea Speyer, ‘___’, Paris, France Hiroshima Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Leon Golub & Nancy Spero’ (Hiroshima Art Prize retrospective exhibition), Hiroshima, Japan Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Sanguinary’ (installation), Hiroshima, Japan Nano Museum, Part 1, Part 2, ‘___’, (Travelling exhibition) The New York Kunsthalle, ‘Gigantomachies’, New York NY Rhona Hoffman Gallery, ‘___’, Chicago IL
Ronald Feldman Fine Art, ‘Snake Eyes: 1995 and Sphinx and Other Enigmas: 1952-56’, New York NY The Vancouver Art Gallery, ‘Leon Golub and Nancy Spero: War and Memory’, Vancouver, Canada (Travelling exhibition)

1995
The American Center, ‘War and Memory’, Paris, France (Travelling exhibition)
Burnett Miller Gallery, ‘___’, Los Angeles CA
Fine Arts Gallery, University of Maryland Baltimore County, ‘Notes in Time: Leon Golub* Nancy Spero’, Catonsville MD
Kunstfest Weimar, Orangerie Schlob Belvedere, ‘Violence Zone: The Weimar Installation’, Weimar, Germany
List Visual Arts Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, ‘War and Memory’, Cambridge MA (Travelling exhibition)
Residenzgalerie, ‘Update: Nancy Spero and Leon Golub’, Salzburg, Austria
Rice University Art Gallery, ‘Leon Golub: New Work’, Houston TX

1994
Barbara Gross Galerie, ‘Leon Golub. Neue Bilder’, Munich, Germany
Burnett Miller Gallery, ‘___’, Los Angeles CA
Galerie Akinci, ‘Leon Golub’, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Hood Art Museum, Dartmouth College, ‘___’, Hanover NH
Printworks, ‘Leon Golub & Nancy Spero’, Chicago IL
Rhona Hoffman Gallery, ‘Leon Golub & Nancy Spero’, Chicago IL

1993
Kunsthalle Barmen, von der Heydt-Museum, ‘Violence Report:Prisoners’ (installation), Wuppertal, Germany (Travelling exhibition)
Kunstverein Ulm, ‘Violence Report:Prisoners’ (installation), Ulm, Germany (Travelling exhibition)
Josh Baer Gallery, ‘Golub /Spero, 1960s & 1970s’ and ‘Golub/Spero 1990s & 1950s’ (consecutive exhibitions), New York NY Olin Art Gallery, Kenyon College, ‘Leon Golub & Nancy Spero: Works on Paper’, Gambier OH Belk Gallery, Western Carolina University, ‘Leon Golub: Divergent Social Viewpoints’, Cullowhee NC Malmo Konsthall, ‘Leon Golub: Retrospective’, Malmo, Sweden Malmo Konsthall, Gymnasium, ‘Public Violence’ (installation), Malmo, Sweden
Akron Art Museum, ‘Leon Golub Paintings 1987-92’, Akron OH (Travelling exhibition)

1992
The College of Saint Rose, ‘Political Portraits’, Albany NY The Contemporary Museum, ‘Leon Golub Paintings 1987-92’, Honolulu HI (Travelling exhibition) Galerie Darthea Speyer, ‘___’, Paris, France Galerie Littmann, ‘___’, Basel, Switzerland The Institute of Contemporary Art, ‘Leon Golub Paintings 1987-92’, Philadelphia PA (Travelling exhibition)
Josh Baer Gallery, ‘Patriots’, New York NY Musee D’Art Contemporaine de Montreal, ‘An Incident’ (installation for ‘Pour la Suite du Monde’), Montreal, Canada Traklhaus Gallery, ‘Nancy Spero & Leon Golub: Works on Paper’, Salzburg, Austria

1991
Anthony Reynolds Gallery, ‘___’, London, England
The Brooklyn Museum, Grand Lobby Installation, ‘Worldwide’, New York NY (Travelling exhibition)
Chicago Cultural Center, ‘Worldwide’, Chicago IL (Travelling exhibition)
Dickinson College, ‘Worldwide’, Carlisle PA (Travelling exhibition)
Lehigh University, ‘Worldwide’, Bethlehem PA (Travelling exhibition)
University of California, ‘Worldwide’, San Diego CA (Travelling exhibition)
University of Wisconsin Art Museum, ‘Leon Golub & Nancy Spero’, Milwaukee WI

1990 Galerie Darthea Speyer, ‘___’, Paris, France
Josh Baer Gallery, ‘___’, New York NY Johnson County Community College Gallery of Art, ‘___’, Overland Park KS
Spertus Museum of Judaica, ‘The First Series (Lithographs 1946-56) ‘, Chicago IL (Travelling exhibition) Wolfson Art Gallery, Miami-Dade Community College, ‘___’, Miami FL

1989 Burnett Miller Gallery, ‘___’, Los Angeles CA Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum, ‘___’, Bloomfield Hills MI
Dean Jensen Gallery, ‘___’, Milwaukee WI
The Eli Broad Family Foundation, ‘___’, Los Angeles CA Rhona Hoffman Gallery, ‘___’, Chicago IL

1988
Barbara Gladstone Gallery, ‘___’, New York NY
The Douglas Hyde Gallery, ‘Leon Golub & Nancy Spero’, Dublin, Ireland (Travelling exhibition)
Fawbush Gallery, ‘Graphic Work, 1947-87’, New York NY
Galerie Neuendorf, ‘Retrospective’, Frankfurt, Germany
Little Rock Art Center, ‘The First Series (Lithographs 1946-56) ‘, Little Rock AR (Travelling exhibition)
Parson Gallery, Northern Illinois University, ‘The First Series (Lithographs 1946-56) ‘, DeKalb IL (Travelling exhibition)
The Saatchi Collection, ‘___’, London, England
Union College, ‘Prints’, Cranford NJ

1987
Galerie Darthea Speyer, ‘___’, Paris, France
Kunstmuseum, Luzern, ‘___’, Luzern, Switzerland (Travelling exhibition)
Kunstverein, ‘___’, Hamburg, Germany (Travelling exhibition)
The Orchard Gallery, ‘Leon Golub & Nancy Spero’, Derry, Ireland (Travelling exhibition)

1986
The Barbara Gladstone Gallery, ‘___’, New York NY
The Catherine Smith Gallery, Appalachian State University, ‘___’, Boone NC
Greenville County Museum of Art, ‘Leon Golub & Nancy Spero’, Greenville SC

1985
Donald Young Gallery, ‘___’, Chicago IL
The Institute of Contemporary Art, ‘Currents’, Boston MA
Printworks, ‘___’, Chicago IL
Rhona Hoffman Gallery, ‘___’, Chicago IL
Stanford University Museum of Art, ‘Prints’, Stanford CA

1984
The Corcoran Gallery of Art, ‘Golub: Retrospective Exhibition’, Washington DC (Travelling exhibition)
Galerie Darthea Speyer, ‘___’, Paris, France
Gallery Paule Anglim, ‘___’, San Francisco CA
Installation Gallery, ‘The Heretic’s Fork’, San Diego CA
La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Golub: Retrospective Exhibition’, La Jolla CA (Travelling exhibition)
Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Golub: Retrospective Exhibition’, Chicago IL (Travelling exhibition)
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, ‘Golub: Retrospective Exhibition’, Montreal, Canada (Travelling exhibition)
The Museum of Fine Arts, ‘Golub: Retrospective Exhibition’, Boston MA (Travelling exhibition)
The New Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Golub: Retrospective Exhibition’, New York NY (Travelling exhibition)
Susan Caldwell Inc., ‘___’, New York NY

1983
Honolulu Academy of Arts, ‘___’, Honolulu HI
University Art Museum, University of California at Berkeley, ‘Matrix: Berkeley 58’, Berkeley CA
University of New Mexico, ‘Leon Golub & Nancy Spero’, Albuquerque NM
Sarah Campbell Blaffer Gallery, ‘Leon Golub: Mercenaries, Interrogations and Other Works’, University of Houston TX (Travelling exhibition)
Portland Center for Visual Arts, ‘Leon Golub: Mercenaries, Interrogations and Other Works’, Portland OR (Travelling exhibition)
University of Arizona Museum of Art, ‘Leon Golub: Mercenaries, Interrogations and Other Works’, Tucson AZ (Travelling exhibition)
Miami University Art Museum, ‘Leon Golub: Mercenaries, Interrogations and Other Works’, Oxford OH (Travelling exhibition)
Atrium Gallery, University of Connecticut at Storrs, ‘Leon Golub: Mercenaries, Interrogations and Other Works’, Storrs CT (Travelling exhibition)
Everson Museum, ‘Leon Golub: Mercenaries, Interrogations and Other Works’, Syracuse NY (Travelling exhibition)
Sarkis Galleries, Center for Creative Studies, College of Art and Design, ‘Leon Golub & Nancy Spero’, Detroit MI

1982
Susan Cadwell Inc., ‘___’, New York NY
Institute of Contemporary Art, ‘___’, London, England
Young- Hoffman Gallery, ‘___’, Chicago IL
Kipnis Works of Art, ‘___’, Atlanta GA
Tweed Arts Group, ‘Vietnam War: Leon Golub and Nancy Spero’, Plainfield NJ

1981
Swarthmore College, ‘Leon Golub & Nancy Spero’, Swarthmore PA

1980
Protech-McNeil Gallery, ‘___’, Washington DC

1979
Visual Arts Museum, School of Visual Arts, ‘___’, New York NY

1978
Colgate University, ‘___’, Colgate NY
State University of New York, Stony Brook, ‘___’, Storny Brook NY

1977
Walter Kelly Gallery, ‘___’, Chicago IL
Olympia Galleries, ‘___’, Philadelphia PA
Bienville Gallery, ‘___’, New Orleans LA

1976
Haverford College, ‘___’, Haverford PA
San Francisco Art Institute, ‘___’, San Francisco CA

1975
New York Cultural Center, ‘Leon Golub: Retrospective Exhibition’, New York NY

1974
Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Leon Golub: Retrospective Exhibition’, Chicago IL

1973
Musee de L’Abbaye Saint Croix, ‘___’, Sable d’Olonne, France

1972
Sloan O’Sickey Gallery, ‘___’, Cleveland OH
Herbert Lehman College, ‘___’, New York NY
Bienville Gallery, ‘___’, New Orleans LA

1971
National Gallery of Victoria, ‘___’, Melbourne, Australia
Galerie Darthea Speyer, ‘___’, Paris, France

1970
LoGiudice Gallery, ‘___’, Chicago IL
Hayden Gallery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, ‘___’, Cambridge MA

1968
Pro Grafica Arte, ‘___’, Chicago IL
10 Downtown, Studio Exhibition, ‘___’, New York NY

1966
Cliffdwellers, ‘___’, Chicago IL
University of Chicago, ‘Leon Golub: Retrospective Exhibition’, Chicago IL

1964
Galerie Iris Clert & Galerie Europe, ‘___’, Paris, France (joint exhibitions)
Tyler School of Art, Temple University, ‘Leon Golub: Retrospective Exhibition’, Philadelphia PA

1963
Gallery A, ‘___’, Melbourne, Australia
Alan Frumkin Gallery, ‘___’, New York NY

1962
Galerie Iris Clert, ‘___’, Paris, France
Hanover Gallery, ‘___’, London, England

1960
Centre Culturel American, ‘___’, Paris, France

1958
Indiana University, ‘Leon Golub & Nancy Spero’, Bloomington IN

1957
The Institute of Contemporary Art, ‘___’, London, England

1956
Feigl Gallery, ‘___’, New York NY
Pomona College, ‘___’, Pomona CA
Pasadena Museum of Art, ‘___’, Pasadena CA

1955
Feigl Gallery, ‘___’, New York NY
Allan Frumkin Gallery, ‘___’, Chicago IL

1954
Artists Gallery, ‘___’, New York NY
Wittenborn & Co., ‘___’, New York NY

1952
Wittenborn & Co., ‘___’, New York NY

1951
Purdue University, ‘___’, West Lafayette IN

1950
Contemporary Gallery, ‘___’, Chicago IL

Group Exhibitions

2017
Whitney Museum of American Art, ‘Fast Forward: Painting from the 1980s’, New York NY

2016
Smart Museum of Art, ‘Monster Roster: Existentialist Art in Postwar Chicago’, Chicago IL
Sonoma Museum of Art, ‘Inside Magnolia Editions: Innovation and Collaboration’, Santa Rosa CA

2015
Galeries Nationales, Grand Palais, ‘Picasso Mania’, Paris, France

2014
Andrew Roth Gallery, ‘COPIED’, New York NY
Musée international de la Croix-Rouge
et du Croissant-Rouge, ‘Trop Humain’, Geneva, Switzerland
Tate Modern, ‘A Chronicle of Interventions’, London, England

2012
Aurel Scheibler, ‘Leon Golub | David Schutter | Michael Wutz’, Berlin, Germany

2011
John Michael Kohler Arts Center, ‘Hiding Places: Memory in the Arts (Shared Memory) ‘, Sheboygan WI, 2011-2012

2010
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, ‘Resurrectine’, New York NY
Tamarind Institute, University of New Mexico Art Museum, ‘Tamarind Touchstones: Fabulous at Fifty’, Albuquerque NM

2009
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, ‘BLACK&WHITEWORKS’, New York NY

2008
American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, ‘Close Encounters: Facing the Future’, Washington DC
BCAM, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, ‘Transformation: Phase I’, Los Angeles CA
Maccarone, Pretty Ugly, New York NY
Martos Gallery, ‘Love Love Love’, New York NY
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, ‘That Was Then This is Now’, Long Island City NY
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, ‘Drawing Review: 37 Years of Works on Paper’, New York NY

2007
Brooke Alexander Editions, ‘Most Humans Do Not Know Better’, New York NY
Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, ‘In Someone Else’s Skin’, Annandale-on-Hudson NY
Dinter Fine Art, ‘death & love in MODERN TIMES’, New York NY
Maier Museum of Art, Randolph-Macon Woman’s College, ‘Humor Lines’, Lynchburg VA
The Maryland Institute College of Art, ‘Black Panther: Rank and File’, Baltimore MD (Travelling exhibition)
Rhona Hoffman Gallery, ‘Commemorating 30 Years 1980 – 1990: Part Two’, Chicago IL
Selby Gallery, Ringling School of Art and Design, ‘Solos: 20th Anniversary Exhibitions: Part Two’, Sarasota FL
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, ‘Black Panther: Rank and File’, Winston-Salem NC (Travelling exhibition)
Austin Museum of Art, ‘The Downtown Show: The New York Art Scene, 1974-1984’, Austin TX (Travelling exhibition)

2006
The National Newark Building, ‘Newark Between Us’, Newark NJ
Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion Museum, ‘The Eye of the Collector: The Jewish Vision of Sigmund R. Balka’, New York NY
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, ‘Black Panther: Rank and File’, San Francisco CA (Travelling exhibition)
Grey Art Gallery, ‘The Downtown Show: The New York Art Scene, 1974-1984’, New York NY (Travelling exhibition)
Andy Warhol Museum, ‘The Downtown Show: The New York Art Scene, 1974-1984’, Pittsburgh PA (Travelling exhibition)

2005
Diverse Works, ‘Contemporary Erotic Drawing’, Houston TX (Travelling exhibition)
The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, ‘Contemporary Erotic Drawing’, Ridgefield CT (Travelling exhibition)
Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Toward the Future—Through the Eyes of the Artists’, Hiroshima, Japan
Jack Shainman Gallery, ‘The Whole World is Rotten: Free Radicals and the Gold Coast Slave Castles of Paa Joe’, New York NY (Travelling exhibition)
Centre International d’Exposition de Larouche, ‘The Whole World is Rotten: Free Radicals and the Gold Coast Slave Castles of Paa Joe’, Larouche, Canada (Travelling exhibition)
ABC No Rio; Al-Hallaj Gallery; Beit Ha’omanim (simultaneous exhibition), ‘Three Cities Against the Wall’, New York NY; Ramallah, Israel; Tel Aviv, Israel
Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, ‘The Disasters of War: From Goya to Golub’, Middletown CT

2004
ARTIUM, ‘Laocoon Devoured: Art and Political Violence’, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
Tufts University Gallery, ‘Overt/Covert: Works by Elliott Erwitt, Leon Golub, Andre Kertesz, Juhan Kuus, Gilles Peress and Yoram Wolberger’, Medford MA
Whitney Museum of American Art, ‘WAR! Protest in America, 1965 – 2004’, New York NY
Van Brunt Gallery, ‘amBUSH! ‘, New York NY
Deitch Projects, ‘The Freedom Salon’, New York NY
Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona, ‘AT WAR’, Barcelona, Spain
Galerie St. Etienne, ‘Animals & Us: The Animal in Contemporary Art’, New York NY
Seraphin Gallery, ‘Paintings and Drawings – Part I’, Philadelphia PA
Lawrence Art Gallery, ‘Paintings and Drawings – Part II’, Rosemont PA

2003
Nielson Gallery, ‘Artists Without Borders’, Boston MA
Chelsea Art Museum, ‘Anxiety’, New York NY
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, ‘Ameri©an Dre@m’, New York NY
Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art, ‘Painting Explosion: 1958-1963, Part I’, Austin TX

2002
Barbara Gross Galerie, Munich, Germany, ‘Leon Golub / Nancy Spero’, Munich, Germany
The RISD Museum, ‘Crisis Response’, Providence RI
Documenta 11, Kassel, Germany
American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, ‘Exhibition of Work by Newly Elected Members and Recipients of Honors and Awards’, New York NY
Palazzo Reale, ‘New York Renaissance: Masterworks from the Whitney Museum of American Art’, Milan, Italy
Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, ‘Do it’, San Angel, Mexico

2001
Brooklyn Museum of Art, ‘Vital Forms’, Brooklyn NY(Travelling exhibition)
Modern Chinese Art Foundation, ‘Re-Configuration: Works on Paper’, Gent, Belgium
Gallery of Contemporary Art, Lewis and Clark College, ‘Strike! Printmakers as Social Critics’, Portland OR
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, ‘Cool and Collected: Recent Contemporary Acquisitions’, Greensboro NC
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, ‘Out of the Fifties & Into the Sixties: 6 Figurative Expressionists’, New York NY
Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, ‘Confrontations’, New Brunswick NJ

2000
Museum of Modern Art, ‘Open Ends: Contemporary Art from 1960- 2001’, New York NY
Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, ‘The Figure: Another Side of Modernism’, Staten Island NY
Pacific Northwest College of Art, ‘Carnival in the Eye of the Storm War/Art/ New Technologies: Kosov@’, Portland OR
Kwangju Biennale 2000, Art and Human Rights Section, Kwangju, Korea
Whitney Museum of American Art, ‘Chicago Loop: Imagist Art 1949-1979’, Stamford CT
The Fabric Workshop, ‘Threads of Dissent’, Philadelphia, PA, (Travelling exhibition)

1999
International Center of Photography Midtown, ‘To The Rescue: Eight Artists in an Archive’, New York NY (Travelling exhibition)
Contemporary Art Museum, ‘To The Rescue: Eight Artists in an Archive’, Houston TX (Travelling exhibition)
Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, ‘Coming to Life: The Figure in American Art, 1955-1965’, Seattle WA
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, ‘Threads of Dissent’, Boston MA (Travelling exhibition)
Art Gallery of Western Australia, ‘Torn Apart’, Perth, Australia
Vancouver Art Gallery, ‘Face to Face: Four Centuries of Portraits’, Vancouver, Canada
Espai D’art Contemprani de Castello, ‘A Sangre y Fuego. Representations of Violence in Contemporary Art’, Valencia, Spain
Mass MOCA, ‘Speak Art’ (billboard), North Adams MA
Elaine Jacob Gallery, Wayne State University, ‘Looking Forward, Looking Back’, Detroit MI
Exit Art, ‘The End: An Independent Vision of Contemporary Culture 1982-2000’, New York NY
Whitney Museum of American Art, ‘The American Century: Art and Culture Part II, 1950-2000’, New York NY
Hecksher Museum, ‘Millenium Messages (Time Capsules) ‘, Huntington, NY (Smithsonian Institution travelling exhibition through 2003)

1998
Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, ‘The Waking Dream: Psychological Realism in Contemporary Art’, New Rochelle NY
Berkeley Art Museum, The University of California, ‘Matrix/Berkeley: 20 Years’, Berkeley CA
Joseloff Gallery, University of Hartford, ‘Extensions: Aspects of the Figure’, West Hartford CT
Instituto di Storia dell’Arte, ‘Presence of the Greek Myth’, Palermo, Italy
John Hansard Gallery, The University of Southhampton, ‘Critical Interventions: Evil’, Southampton, England
Bibliotheque National de France, ‘Regard Noir’, Paris, France

1997
Whitney Museum of American Art, ‘Views from Abroad-European Perspectives on American Art 3’, New York NY
Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Envisioning the Contemporary: Selections from the Permanent Collection’, Chicago IL
Independent Curators Incorporated, ‘do it, 1997-2000’, New York NY
Printworks, ‘A Game of Chance’, Chicago IL
Exit Art, ‘Auto-Portait: The Calligraphy of Power’, New York NY
Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago, ‘Trends in Post-War Art’, Chicago IL

1996
James Graham & Sons, ‘Portraits’, New York NY
Freedman Gallery, Albright College Center for the Arts, ’20/20: The Visionary Legacy of Doris Chanin Freedman’, Reading PA
Milwaukee Art Museum, ‘Milwaukee Art Museum Auction’, Milwaukee, WI
The Museum of Modern Art, ‘Thinking Print: Books to Billboards, 1980-95’, New York NY
Koplin Gallery, ‘Figure Heads & Red Herrings’, Los Angeles, CA
Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale on the Hudson, ‘Who Do You Think You Are? ‘, New York NY
The X-Art Foundation, ‘Blast Art Benefit’, New York, NY
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, ‘Withdrawing’, New York, NY
Edward Thorp Gallery, ‘Epitaphs’, New York NY
ACA Galleries, ‘Voices of Conscience’, New York NY
The Newark Museum, ‘Art with Conscience’, Newark NJ
Whitney Museum of American Art, ‘Multiple Identity: Selections from the Whitney Museum of Art’, New York NY (Travelling exhibition)
National Gallery, ‘Multiple Identity: Selections from the Whitney Museum of Art’, Washington, DC (Travelling exhibition)
Alexandros Soutzos Museum, ‘Multiple Identity: Selections from the Whitney Museum of Art’, Athens, Greece (Travelling exhibition)
Museu d’Art Contemporani, ‘Multiple Identity: Selections from the Whitney Museum of Art’, Barcelona, Spain (Travelling exhibition)
Kunstmuseum, ‘Multiple Identity: Selections from the Whitney Museum of Art’, Bonn, Germany (Travelling exhibition)
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL, Art in Chicago 1945-1995.
Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘In the Shadow of Storms: Art of the Postwar Era’, Chicago IL
Krasdale Gallery, ‘The Art of Justice: Part II’, White Plains NY
Kent Gallery, ‘Golub, Kitaj, Petlin’, New York NY
Printworks, ‘Self Portraits, 1996’, Chicago IL
Mary and Leigh Block Gallery, Northwestern University, ‘Secondary Sight: Printmaking in Chicago 1935-1995’, Chicago IL
Wexner Center for the Arts, ‘Face Value: American Portraits’, Columbus, OH (Travelling exhibition)
Tampa Museum of Art, ‘Face Value: American Portraits’, Tampa FL (Travelling exhibition)

1995
The Puffin Room, The Puffin Foundation, ‘Justice/Injustice: Art Against Death’, New York NY
Lehman College Art Gallery, ‘The Art of Justice, Part II’, Bronx NY
Burchfield-Penny Art Center, ‘Alternatives: 20 Years of Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center 1975-1995’, Buffalo NY
The Parrish Art Museum, ‘Face Value: American Portraits’, Southampton NY (Travelling exhibition)
‘Art on Billboards’ Raanana, Israel
Uffizi Gallery, ‘Risarcimento: Artisti contemporanei gli Uffizi’, Florence, Italy
Sherry Frumkin Gallery, ‘Remember Yugosliavia’, Santa Monica CA
Center for Curatorial Studies Museum, Bard College, ‘Sniper’s Nest: Art That Has Lived with Lucy R. Lippard’, Annandale-on-Hudson NY
Galerie Neue Meister, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, ’4 × 1 im Albertium’, Dresden, Germany
Ramapo College Art Galleries, ‘Ironworks: Directions in Contemporary Cast Iron Sculptures’, Mahwah NJ
Bergamot Station Arts Center, ‘Murder’, Santa Monica CA (Travelling exhibition)
Thread Waxing Space, ‘Murder’, New York NY (Travelling exhibition)
Visual Arts Gallery, Purchase College, State University of New York, ‘Death Penalty: Death of Culture’, Purchase NY
Milwaukee Art Museum, ’25 Americans: Painting in the 90s’, Milwaukee WI
Kunsthalle, ‘Glaube Hoffnung Liebe Tod’, Vienna, Austria
Stiftung für Konkrete Kunst, ‘Stones and Voices’, Revtlingen, Germany

1994
Jersey City Museum, ‘States of Loss’, Jersey City NJ
Kunsthalle, Basel, ‘Welt-Moral’, Basel, Switzerland
Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center, University of California at Los Angeles, ‘The Assertive Image: Artists of the Eighties (from the Eli Broad Family Foundation) ‘, Los Angeles CA
The Whitney Museum of American Art, ‘Black Male: Representation of Masculinity in Contemporary American Art’, New York NY (Travelling exhibition)
Armand Hammer Museum, UCLA, ‘Black Male: Representation of Masculinity in Contemporary American Art’, Los Angeles CA (Travelling exhibition)
National Museum of Fine Arts, ‘As Seen By Both Sides: American and Vietnamese Artists Look at the War’, Hanoi, Vietnam (Travelling exhibition)
Fine Arts Museum , ‘As Seen By Both Sides: American and Vietnamese Artists Look at the War’, Ho Chi Minh Trail, Vietnam (Travelling exhibition)
Fine Arts Center, ‘As Seen By Both Sides: American and Vietnamese Artists Look at the War’, Da Nang, Vietnam (Travelling exhibition)
Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, ’30 Years in the Present Tense’, Ridgefield CT
Duke University Museum of Art, ‘Soho in Duke V/Living in Knowledge: an exhibition about questions not asked’, Durham NC
Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, ‘Old Glory: The American Flag in Contemporary Art’, Cleveland OH (Travelling exhibition)
Jacksonville Art Museum, ‘Old Glory: The American Flag in Contemporary Art’, Jacksonville FL (Travelling exhibition)
Phoenix Art Museum, ‘Old Glory: The American Flag in Contemporary Art’, Phoenix AZ (Travelling exhibition)
The College of Wooster Art Museum, ‘Prints from Solo Impressions Inc’, Wooster OH
‘La Verite Toute Nue’, Cluis, France
Galerie de L’Ecole Beaux Arts de Lorient, ‘Le Temps du Dessin’, Rennes, France

1993
National Colloquim Art Exhibition, Ohio Wesleyan University, ‘Visible Outrage’, Delaware OH
Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, ‘Twenty- Five Years: Anniversary Retrospective’, Cleveland OH
Kunsthalle, ‘The Broken Mirror’, Vienna, Austria (Travelling exhibition)
Deichtorhallen, ‘The Broken Mirror’, Hamburg, Germany (Travelling exhibition)
The Corcoran Museum of Art, ‘The 43rd Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting’, Washington DC
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, ‘On Paper: The Figure in 20th Century American Art’, New York NY
Vancouver Art Gallery, ‘Vancouver Collects’, Vancouver, Canada
Iere Triennial des Ameriques, ‘Presence en Europe 1945-92’, Maubeuge, France
Alternative Museum, ‘Artists of Conscience’, New York NY
Ohio Wesleyan University, ‘Waging War, Waging Peace’, Delaware OH

1992
Andalusian Pavillion, Expo ’92, Monasterio de Santa Clara, ‘Americas’, Moguer, Spain
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, ‘Parallel Visions: Modern Artists & Outsider Art’, Los Angeles CA (Travelling exhibition)
Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, ‘Parallel Visions: Modern Artists & Outsider Art’, Madrid, Spain (Travelling exhibition)
Kunsthalle Basel, ‘Parallel Visions: Modern Artists & Outsider Art’, Basel, Switzerland (Travelling exhibition)
Setagaya Art Museum, ‘Parallel Visions: Modern Artists & Outsider Art’, Tokyo, Japan (Travelling exhibition)
B4A Gallery, ‘JFK: Myth and Denial’, New York NY
The Maryland Institute College of Art, ‘Beyond Glory’, Baltimore MD
Art Institute of Chicago, ‘From America’s Studio (125th Anniversary Exhibition) ‘, Chicago IL
The Gallery Three Zero, ‘People’, New York NY
The Gallery Three Zero, ‘Apocalypse & Resurrection’ (Benefit exhibition for AMFAR), New York NY

1991
The Irish Museum of Art, ‘Inheritance & Transformation’, Dublin, Ireland
The Institute of Contemporary Art, ‘Devil on the Stairs: Looking Back on the Eighties’, Philadelphia, PA (Travelling exhibition)
Newport Harbor Art Museum, ‘Devil on the Stairs: Looking Back on the Eighties’, Newport Beach CA (Travelling exhibition)
John Weber Art Gallery, ‘___’, New York, NY
The Weatherspoon Gallery, ‘The Critical Image’, Greensboro NC
Boston University Art Gallery, ‘As Seen by Both Sides: American and Vietnamese Artists Look at the War’, Boston MA
San Jose Museum of Art, ‘Compassion & Protest: Recent Social & Political Art from the Eli Broad Family Foundation Collection’, San Jose CA
School 33 Art Center, ‘News as Muse’, Baltimore MD
Stedman Art Gallery, Rutgers University, ‘___’, Camden NJ
Palo Alto Cultural Center, ‘Responsive Witness’, Pao Alto CA
Aldrich Gallery of Contemporary Art, ‘The Art of Advocacy’, Ridgefield CT
The New York Academy of Art, ‘Expressive Drawings – European & American Art Through the 20th Century’, New York NY
The Alternative Museum, ’16 Years of Social & Political Commentary’, New York NY
Renee Fotouhi Fine Art East, ‘JFK in Memoriam: Myth and Denial’, East Hampton NY
The Print Club, ‘Crossing Over, Changing Places’, Philadelphia PA
Paula Cooper Gallery, ‘Benefit Exhibition for ACT-UP’, New York NY

1990
Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, ‘The Decade Show’, New York NY
Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Toward the Future’, Chicago IL
Centre International D’Art Contemporain de Montreal, ‘Goya A Beijing’ Quebec, Canada
Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, ‘The Price of Power’, Cleveland OH
Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, ‘Images of Death in Contemporary Art’, Milwaukee WI
Stadische Kunsthalle, ’1968-Concrete Utopia in Art and Society’, Dusseldorf, Germany
City Gallery, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, ‘Issues of Humanity’, New York NY
Walters Hall Gallery, Rutgers University, ‘Printed in America’, New Brunswick NJ
Webo Gallery, ‘Happiness is a Warm Gun’, New York NY

1989
Kunstverein, ‘Prospect 89’, Frankfurt, Germany
Holman Art Gallery, Trenton State College, ‘The Holocaust in Contemporary Art’, Trenton NJ
Walker Art Center, ‘First Impressions’, Minneapolis MN (Travelling exhibition)
Neuberger Museum, State University of New York at Purchase, ‘First Impressions’, Purchase NY (Travelling exhibition)
Center National des Arts Plastiques, ‘Estampes et Revolution 200 Ans Apres’, Paris, France
Arkansas State University Museum, ‘Art and the Law’, Little Rock AR
UMV Museum, ‘L’Heritage Visuel de France’, Milwaukee WI
Whatcom Museum of History and Art, ‘A Different War’, Bellingham WA
Madison Art Center, ‘Coming of Age’, Madison WI
Lesbian and Gay Community Center, ‘The Center Show (Wall Installation) ‘, New York NY
Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, ‘Art and the Invisible’, New Brunswick NJ
Asian American Arts Centre at Blum Helman Warehouse, ‘China: June 4, 1989’, New York NY
Greg Kucera Gallery, ‘Taboo’, Seattle WA
Cave Canem, ‘Helms Degenerate Art Show’, New York NY
Olin Arts Center, Bates College and Maine Coast Artists, ‘The Vinalhaven Press: The First Five Years’, Rockport ME
International Exhibition, Artists Against Racism, ‘Fear of Others / La Peur des Autres’, Vancouver, Canada

1988
Museum of Modern Art, ‘Committed to Print’, New York NY
Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Three Decades: The Oliver Hoffman Collection’, New York NY
Exit Art, ‘The Social Club’, New York NY
Milwaukee Art Institute, ’1888/1988: Centennial Exhibition; 1988 The World of Art Today’, Milwaukee WI
Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Center, ‘Heroics: A Critical View’, Alberta, Canada
Leubsdorf Art Gallery, Hunter College, ‘Representing Vietnam 1965-1973’, New York NY
Curt Marcus Gallery, ‘Works on Paper’, New York NY
Artspace, ‘Rites/Rights’, Peterborough, Canada
Queen’s Museum, ‘Classical Myth and Imagery in Contemporary Art’, Flushing NY
City Without Walls, ‘Uhuru: African and American Art Against Apartheid’, Newark NJ
Brendan Walter Gallery, Otis Art Institute of Parsons School of Design, ‘A Bid for Human Rights (Auction for South African Council of Churches’, Los Angeles CA
Kent Fine Art, ‘Altered States’, New York NY
Otis/Parsons Gallery, Otis Art Institute of Parsons School of Design, ‘Agit Pop’, Los Angeles CA
Randolph Street Gallery, ‘The Whole World is Still Watching’, Chicago IL
Group Material, DIA Art Foundation, ‘Democracy: Politics and Election’, New York NY
The Print Club, ‘All the News That’s Fit to Print’, Philadelphia PA
Embassy Cultural House, London, ‘The Body and Society’, Ontario, Canada
Vinalhaven Press, ‘Prints as Protest’, New York NY

1987
Documenta 8, Kassel, Germany
Galerie Neuendorf, ‘___’, Frankfurt, Germany
White Columns, ‘Resistance’, New York NY
Fashion Moda, ‘Art Against Apartheid’, New York NY
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, ‘Avant-Garde in the Eighties’, Los Angeles CA
University of Illinois, ‘Tragic and the Timeless Today’, Chicago IL
International Monetary Fund, ‘International Art Show for the End of the World’, Washington DC
Grey Art Gallery, New York University, ‘Morality Ties’, New York NY
Barbara Gladstone Gallery, ‘Art Against AIDS’, New York NY
Group Material, Temple University, ‘Constitution’, Philadelphia PA
US Federal Reserve Board, ‘Artists Who Teach’, Washington DC
American Academy of Arts and Letters, ‘39th Annual Purchase Exhibition’, New York NY
Drew University, ‘Working Drawings’, Madison NJ
Bard College, ‘Process and Project’, Annandale-on-Hudson NY
Scott Hanson Gallery, ‘Dealer’s Choice: On Behalf of Artist Against AIDS’, New York NY
Neuberger Museum, State University of New York at Purchase, ‘The Atelier Project’, Purchase NY
Schreiber/Cutler, Inc., ‘Crime and Punishment’, New York NY
Knight Gallery, Spirit Square Center for the Arts, ‘Romance’, Charlotte NC
Centre International d’Art Contemporain de Montreal, ‘The 100 Days of Contemporary Art in Montreal’, Quebec, Canada
PPOW Gallery, New York, NY, All The News That’s Fit to Print.
Group Material, White Columns, ‘Anti-Baudrillard’, New York NY
Exit Art, ‘Concrete Crisis, Urban Images of the 80’s’, New York NY

1986
Rutgers University, ‘The Bridge and Tunnel Crowd: Rutgers School of Painting’ New Brunswick NJ
Cento Cultural/Arte Contemporaneo, ‘Momento Mori’, Mexico City, Mexico
Institute of Contemporary Art, ‘State of Art’, London, England
Telluride Institute , ‘Re-Inventing Politics: Political Art Now’, Telluride CO
Center for Idea Art, ‘Image Wars’, Denver CO
The Morris Museum, ‘The Potent Image’, Morristown NJ
One Penn Plaza, ‘Short Stories’, New York NY
Barbara Gladstone Gallery, ‘New Paintings’, New York NY
American Academy of Arts and Letters, ‘38th Annual Purchase Exhibition’, New York NY
The Freedman Gallery, Albright College, ‘The First Decade’, Reading PA
Kent Fine Art, ‘American Myths’, New York NY
Barbara Gladstone Gallery, ‘The Law & Order Show’, New York NY
Indianapolis Museum of Art, ‘Painting and Sculpture Today’, Indianapolis IN
The Art Institute of Chicago, ‘75th American Exhibition’, Chicago IL
New York Studio School, ‘Narration Drawing’, New York NY
Museo del Chopo, ‘En Camino’, Mexico City, Mexico
One Penn Plaza, ‘Monumental Space Variations’, New York NY
University Center Gallery, Adelphi University, ‘The Engaged Image: Social Consciousness in Contemporary Art’, Garden City NJ
Emily Lowe Gallery, Hofstra University, ‘Ironies of Freedom: Violent America’, Hempstead NY
Hugh Piney Gallery, ‘Is There Synchronicity’, New York NY
Museum of Art, ‘An American Renaissance’, Fort Lauderdale FL

1985
Royal Festival Hall, ‘The Other America’, London, England
Royal Festival Hall, ‘Artists Against Apartheid’, London, England
City Gallery, ‘ABC No Rio Benefit Exhibition’, New York NY
Joe Fawbush Editions, ‘Works on Paper’, New York NY
American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, ‘37th Annual Hassam and Speicher Fund Exhibition’, New York NY
Ronald Feldman Gallery, ‘Fashion Moda Benefit Exhibition’, New York NY
Arizona Sanctuary Defense Fund Exhibit and Auction, ‘___’, Tucson, AZ
Robeson Center Gallery, Rutgers University, ‘The Political Landscape’, New Brunswick NJ
Midtown Art Center, ‘Propaganda, Too! ‘, Houston TX
Larry Gagosian Gallery, ‘Actual Size’, Los Angeles CA
McIntosh Drysdale Gallery, ‘Celebration 1977-1985’, Washington DC
The Harcus Gallery, ‘Figuration Today: Major Paintings’, Boston MA
Paul Robeson Cultural Center, Pennsylvania State University, ‘Art Against Apartheid’, Pennsylvania PA
International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, ‘Save Life on Earth’, Travelling from Budapest, Hungary through Europe, Japan and Australia
Alternative Museum, ‘Disinformation’, New York NY
Seattle Art Museum, ‘State of War: New European and American Painting’, Seattle WA
PS 1, ‘El Arte Narrativo y Pintura Mexicana’, New York NY
Russell Senate Office Building , ‘West 85: Art & the Law’, Washington DC
PADD, Judson Church Gallery, ‘State of Mind, State of the Union’, New York NY
Art City, ‘Male Sexuality: Expressions’, New York NY
Michael Katz Gallery, ‘The Show Room’, New York NY
La Villette, ‘Nouvelle Biennale de Paris’, Paris, France
Payne Gallery, Moravian College, ‘Contemporary Narrative Painting’, Bethlehem PA
Whitney Museum of American Art, ‘Americana’, New York NY
LA louver, ‘American/European Painting and Sculpture 1985’, Los Angeles CA
Barbara Gladstone Gallery, ‘Social Studies’, New York NY

1984
Judson Church, ‘Artists Call Against American Intervention in Central America’, New York NY
Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College Center, ‘Art as Social Conscience’, Annandale-on-Hudson NY
Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, ’1+1=2’, New York NY
Queensborough Community College, ‘Art and Politics’, Queens NY
Cash Gallery, ‘___’, New York NY
Pratt Manhattan Center Gallery, ‘Beauties and Beasts’ New York NY
Institute for Art and Urban Resources, PS 1, ‘The New Portrait’, Long Island City NY
Tower Gallery, ‘Body Politic’, New York NY
Ohio University, ‘Chicago Cross Sections’ Athens OH
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, ‘Biennial III, The Human Condition’, San Francisco CA
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, ‘Content: A Contemporary Focus’, Washington DC
ROSC ’84, ‘The Poetry of Vision’, Dublin, Ireland
Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Alternative Spaces: A History in Chicago’, Chicago IL
Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, ‘Confrontations’, Seattle WA
Studio Museum in Harlem, ‘Tradition and Conflict: Images of a Turbulent Decade: 1963-1973’, New York NY
Museo Tamayo, ‘La Narrativa Internacional de Hoy’, Mexico City, Mexico
Henry Street Settlement, , ‘Art Against Apartheid’, New York NY
Ted Greenwald Gallery, ‘Artists’ Weapons’, New York NY
ABC No Rio, ‘Vote/Veto’, New York NY

1983
Protech McNeil Gallery, ‘Big Paintings’, New York NY
Museum of Fine Arts, ‘Brave New Works: Recent American Painting and Drawing’, Boston MA
Whitney Museum of American Art, ’1983 Biennial’, New York NY
Whitney Museum of American Art at Federal Hill National Memorial, ‘Portraits on a Human Scale’, New York NY
Center Gallery, Bucknell University, ‘Faces Since the Fifties-A Generation of American Portraiture’, Lewisburg PA
State University of New York at Stony Brook, ‘The War Show’, Stony Brook NY
Institute for Art and Urban Resources at PS 1, ‘It Was a Time for Anger’, Long Island City NY
Institute for Art and Urban Resources at PS 1, ‘Art Couples: Leon Golub & Nancy Spero’, Long Island City NY
Queensborough Community College, ‘Walls of the Seventies’, Queens NY
Carnegie Mellon Institute, ‘New York Painting Today’, Pittsburgh PA
Protech McNeil Gallery, ‘Portraits for the 80’s’, New York NY
Contemporary Arts Center, ‘Sex and Violence’, New Orleans LA
Nexus Gallery, ‘What Artists Have to Say About Nuclear War’, Atlanta GA
714 South Dearborn, ‘Chicago Artists: Continuity and Change’, Chicago IL
Danceteria, ‘Resistance Festival for Nicaraguan Artists’, New York NY
University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, Artists for Nuclear Disarmament.
Artists’ Choice Museum Exhibition at Marisa del Re, ‘Bodies and Souls’, New York NY
Signet Arts, ‘Drawings and Heads of State’, St. Louis MO
Harborside Industrial Center, ‘Terminal New York Exhibit’, Brooklyn NY
American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, ‘Hassam & Speicher Fund Purchase Exhibition’, New York NY
Tweed Arts Group, ‘Peace on Earth: Pastorals and Politics’, Plainfield NJ
Newcastle Polytechnic Gallery, ‘New Work New York: Newcastle Salutes New York’, Newcastle, England

1982
Rutgers University, ‘Realism & Realities: The Other Side of American Painting 1940-1960’, New Brunswick, NJ,
Marilyn Pearl Gallery, ‘American Figurative Expressionism 1950-1960’, New York NY
Aldrich Museum, ‘Homo Sapiens’, Ridgefield CT
Randolph Street Gallery, ‘Mixing Art and Politics’, Chicago IL
Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Selections from the Dennis Adrian Collection’, Chicago IL
Indianapolis Museum of Art, ‘Painting and Sculpture Today’, Indianapolis ID
Parsons School of Design, ‘Dangerous Works’, New York NY
Henry Street Settlement, ‘Beyond Aesthetics’, New York NY
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, ‘Atomic Salon’, New York NY
Taller Latinoamericano, ‘Luchar!’, New York NY
Dayton Art Institute, ‘New Portraits: Behind Faces’, Dayton OH
Art Galaxy, ‘Four Artists’, New York NY
Gowanus Memorial Award, ‘The Monument Redefined’, New York NY
Catherine Street Artists Project, ‘Angry Art’, New York NY
Galerie France Morin, ‘Photographies d’Artistes’, Montreal, Canada

1981
Illinois Arts Council Gallery, ‘20th Century Prints’, Chicago IL
Hallwalls, ‘Figures: Forms and Expressions’, Buffalo NY
International Running Center, ‘Running’, New York NY
Art Museum of Southwest Texas / Corpus Christi, University of South Dakota, ‘Figure in American Art’, Midland TX / Vermillion SD
Institute for Art and Urban Resources at PS 1, ‘Heads’, Long Island City NY
Chrysler Museum, ‘Crimes of Compassion’, Norfolk VA
Bard College, Annandale-on- ‘Realism’, Hudson NY

1980
Chrysler Museum, ‘American Figurative Painting 1950-1980’, Norfolk VA
Wright State University, ‘Art of Conscience, The Last Decade’, Dayton OH
Minneapolis Institute of the Arts, ‘Art and the Law’, Minneapolis MN
Contemporary Art Workshops, ‘30th Anniversary Exhibit’, Chicago IL
Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, ‘Mavericks (Aspects of the Seventies) ‘, Waltham MA
Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois, ‘The George Irwin Collection’, Champaign IL

1979
National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institute, ‘Koffler Foundation Collection’, Washington DC
State University College at Potsdam, ‘Political Comment in Contemporary Art’, Potsdam NY
City College of New York, ‘Harlem Renaissance Exhibit III’, New York NY
Art Institute of Chicago, ‘Centennial Exhibition’ Chicago IL

1978
N.A.M.E. Gallery, Collection for the Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘___’, Chicago IL
University of Michigan, ‘Chicago: The City and It’s Artists’, Ann Arbor MI
Eagleton Institute, Rutgers University, ‘Conference on Human Rights’, New Brunswick NJ

1977
Cayman Gallery, ‘Memorial to Orlando Letelier’, New York NY
Renaissance Society, University of Chicago, ‘Recent Portraits’, Chicago IL
55 Mercer Street, ‘Invitational’, New York NY
Centre d’Art et de Culture Georges Pompidou (Centre Beaubourg), ‘Paris-New York’, Paris, France

1976
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, ‘Visions: Distinguished Alumni Exhibition, 1945 to Present’, Chicago IL
Grey Art Gallery, New York University, ‘Project to Rebuild’, New York NY
41st International Eucharistic Congress, ‘Exhibition of Liturgical Art’, Philadelphia PA
Westbeth Galleries, ‘A Decade of American Political Posters: 1965-1975’, New York NY
National Academy of Design, ‘150th Annual’, New York NY
University of Texas, ‘The Michener Collection: American Painting of the 20th Century’, Austin TX

1975
Onnasch Gallery, ‘Artists for Amnesty’, New York NY

1974
Pratt Graphic Center Gallery, ‘Continuing Graphic Protest…and the Grand Tradition’, New York NY
___, ‘Viva Chile’, Paris, France

1973
Center for Continuing Education, University of Chicago, ‘Graphics Exhibition’, Chicago IL
Yale University, School of Art and Architecture, ‘___’, New Haven CT
Bergman Gallery, University of Chicago, ‘___’, Chicago IL
American Academy of Arts and Letters, National Institute of Arts and Letters, ‘___’, New York NY
Fine Arts Center, New York Institute of Technology, ‘___’, New York NY

1972
New York Cultural Center, ‘Collage of Indignation’, New York NY
Woburn Abbey, ‘Bertrand Russell Centenary Year Exhibition’, Woburn Park, England
Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Chicago Imagist Art’, Chicago IL
‘International Art Manifesto for the Defense of Political Prisoners’, Berkeley CA

1971
Kent State University and Blossom, ‘Blossom-Kent Festival’, Kent OH

1970
Virginia Museum, ‘American Painting’, Richmond VA
Philadelphia Museum of Art, ‘Peace Exhibition’, Philadelphia PA
Judson Memorial Church, ‘Flag Show’, New York NY
American Academy of Arts and Letters, ‘___’, New York NY

1969
New York State Council on the Arts, ‘Critic’s Choice’, New York NY
Avigion Arts Festival, ‘L’oeil Eccoute’, Avignon, France
II Bienial International del Deporte en las Bellas Arte’, Madrid, Spain

1968
Feigen Gallery, ‘Mayor Richard Daley’, Chicago IL
Colgate University, ’10 Downtown’, New York NY
Nihon Gallery, ‘Art and Liberation’, Tokyo, Japan
Institute of Contemporary Art, ‘The Obsessive Image, 1960-68’, London, England
Illinois Music Festival, ‘The Native’s Return’, Ravena IL
___, ‘La Figuration depuis la Guerre’, St. Etienne, France

1967
___, ‘Prix Marzotto, European Community Prize Exhibition’
Smithsonian Institute, ‘Sources for Tomorrow’, Washington DC
New York University, ‘Collage of Indignation’, New York NY
University of Washington, ‘Drawings by 13 Americans’, Seattle WA
___, ‘II International der Zeichnung’, Darmstadt, West Germany
Carnegie International, Pittsburgh PA
Musee d’Art Moderne, ‘Le Monde en Question’, Paris, France

1966
Virgina Museum, ‘American Painting’, Richmond VA
Los Angeles Peace Tower, Los Angeles CA
Musee des Augustins, ‘USA: Art Vivant’, Toulouse, France
Public Education Association, Cordier-Ekstrom Gallery, ’7 Decades of Modern Art’, New York NY

1965
Museo Civico, ‘II Presente Contestato’, Bologna, Italy
American Federation of Arts, ‘Mythologigues Quotidiennes’, New York NY
Pennsylvania Academy, ‘161st Annual’, Philadelphia PA
University of Illinois, ‘American Exhibition’, Urbana IL

1964
___, ‘The Figure Since Picasso’, Ghent, Belgium
Musee d’Art Moderne, ‘Mythologigues Quotidiennes’, Paris, France
___, ‘Prix Marzotto, European Community Prize Exhibition’
Fine Arts Pavilion, New York World’s Fair, New York NY
Documenta III, Kassel, Germany
University of Kentucky, ‘Graphics 1963’, Lexington KY
Pennsylvania Academy, ‘160th Annual’, Philadelphia PA
American Academy of Arts and Letters, ‘___’, New York NY
Carnegie International, Pittsburgh PA

1963
University of Nebraska, ‘American Exhibition’, Lincoln NE
University of Illinois, ‘American Exhibition’, Urbana IL
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, ‘New Directions’, San Francisco CA
Tate Gallery, Beaverbrook Art Gallery, ‘Dunn International’, New Brunswick, Canada
Woburn Abbey, ‘Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation Exhibition’, Woburn Park, England
Abbey St. Pierre, ‘Forum’, Ghent, Belgium
Musee d’Art Moderne, ‘Realities Nouvelles’, Paris, France

1962
Corcoran Museum, ‘___’, Washington DC
Museum of Modern Art, ‘The Figure’, New York NY
Galerie Iris Clert, ‘La Piccolo Bienale’, Venice Italy
University of Iowa, ‘Six Decades of the Figure in American Painting’, Iowa City IA
San Paolo Biennele, Sao Paolo, Brazil
___, ‘La Jeune Peinture Mediterranean’, Nice, France
Art Institute of Chicago, ‘65th American Exhibition’, Chicago IL
Galerie du Dragon, ‘Huit Artistes de Chicago’, Paris, France

1961
Academy of Fine Arts, ‘Second Annual Biennial’, Mexico City, Mexico
American Federation of Arts, ‘Larry Aldrich Collection’, New York NY
University of Nebraska, ‘American Exhibition’, Lincoln NE
University of Illinois, ‘American Exhibition’, Urbana IL
American Federation of Arts, ‘Private Worlds’, New York NY

1960
University of Nebraska, ‘American Exhibition’, Lincoln NE

1959
Museum of Modern Art, ‘New Images of Man’, New York NY
Baltimore Museum of Art, ‘Museum Director’s Choice’, Baltimore MD
Art Institute of Chicago, ‘63rd American Exhibition’, Chicago IL

1958
Arts Club, ‘Surrealist and Dada Sculpture’, Chicago IL

1957
University of Nebraska, ‘American Exhibition’, Lincoln NE
University of Illinois, ‘American Exhibition’, Urbana IL

1956
Whitney Museum of American Art, ‘Annual Exhibition’, New York NY

1955
Whitney Museum of American Art, ‘Annual Exhibition’, New York NY
Institute of Contemporary Arts, ‘___’, Houston TX

1954
Walker Arts Center, ‘Expressionism, 1900-1950’, Minneapolis MN
Art Institute of Chicago, ‘61st American Exhibition’, Chicago IL
Carnegie International, Pittsburgh PA
Guggenheim Museum, ‘Younger American Painters’, New York NY

1953
Salzburg, Vienna, ‘International Exhibition of Modern Graphics’, Linz, Austria

1948
Roosevelt College, ‘Exhibition Momentum’, Chicago IL

1947
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, ‘First Veterans Annual’, Chicago IL

Lecture

1999
Carnegie Mellon School of Art/ Carnegie Museum of Art, ‘The Fourteenth Robert Lepper Distinguished Lecture in Creative Inquiry’ (with Nancy Spero), Pittsburgh PA, 11 March 1999

Awards and Grants

2002
Member of The American Academy of Arts and Letters

2000
Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn NY

1999
Robert Lepper Distinguished Lecture in Creativity Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon School of Art
Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts, Trinity College, Hartford CT

1997
29th annual award (jointly with Nancy Spero) Cityarts, New York

1996
Hiroshima Art Prize (jointly with Nancy Spero), Hiroshima, Japan

1995
Doctor of Humane Letters, College of Saint Rose, Albany NY
Visual Art Award, National Foundation of Jewish Culture, New York NY

1992
Dickinson College Arts Award

1989
Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights Award

1988
Skowhegen Medal for Painting

1986
William Bartels, Martin Cahn & Walter Campana Award, 75th American Exhibition, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago IL

1984
Appointed John C. Van Dyck Professor of Visual Arts, Rutgers University, NJ

1982
Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago IL
Christian & Mary Lindback Foundation Award, Rutgers University, NJ

1973
American Academy of Arts and Letters, National Institute of Arts and Letters Award

1968
Guggenheim Foundation Grant

1967
Cassandra Foundation Grant

1965
Tamarind Lithography Grant, Los Angeles CA

1962
Watson F. Blair Purchase Prize, 65th American Exhibition, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago IL

1961
Honorable Mention, 2nd Interamerican Biennial, Academy of Fine Arts, Mexico City, Mexico

1960
Ford Foundation Grant

1954
Florsheim Memorial Prize, 61st American Exhibition, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago IL

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