Donald Sultan/ Donald K. Sultan

United States 1951

Sculpture, Abstract Expressionism, Painting, Prints, Drawing

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Donald Sultan
Donald K. Sultan
Male
United States
1951

Great artists always seemingly strive towards perfection, while at the same time hoping they’ll never reach it. Donald Sultan is no different. But, to be perfectly honest, there is no such thing as perfection in the world of art. If it were, that would mean the artworks are devoid of any kind of human qualities, lacking the most imperfect and the most significant part that indeed makes us humans – the emotions. Because, if an art piece is truly perfect, then it wouldn’t stir up feelings within its observers, and thus, it wouldn’t be art. Sultan has an amazing ability to annihilate the indifference in his audience, making them either thoroughly enjoy or dislike his work, with one thing common for all of them – once they’ve seen one of his artworks, they’re going to want to see them all.

Donald Sultan - Black Poppy with 4 Dots, May 20, 2013 (Left) - Black and Grey Lantern Flowers, Feb 20, 2014 (Right), 2012, 2014, american, gallery, known, modern, best
Donald Sultan – Black Poppy with 4 Dots, May 20, 2013 (Left) / Black and Grey Lantern Flowers, Feb 20, 2014 (Right)

Donald Sultan: From Theater to Art

Born in an artistic family, Sultan originally shared his mother’s interest in theater, something that she had actively pursued. He learned how to create theatrical sets and also how to paint them while he acted. However, he decided to devote himself to art – a domain where his father was present. Due to fear of not being able to support himself or his family, Sultan senior chose business and owned a tire company, spending his free time painting in Abstract Expressionist mode. After spending his high school years at the Wilbraham Academy in Massachusetts, Sultan enrolled at the University of North Carolina with the intention of studying the theater. And yet, reluctant to take a direction that would set him on the path of becoming an actor, he changed his interests and transferred to the art department, where he earned his BFA in 1973. Two years later, he completed his MFA from the School of Art Institute of Chicago. The artist has received two honorary doctorate degrees – in 2000, from the Corcoran School of Art, Washington D.C., and in 2002, from the New York Academy of Art. His pieces are included in many prestigious public and private collections throughout the world, e.g. Whitney Museum of American Art, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Museum of Modern Art in New York, Tate Gallery in London, The Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo, Ludwig Museum Budapest – Museum of Contemporary Art, and many more. Sultan moved to New York in 1975 with the goal of becoming a successful artist, and he supported himself at first by helping other artists in constructing lofts. He would often spend all day doing physical work, which left the nights for his artistic endeavors. After winning the Creative Artists Public Service Grant from the New York State Council on the Arts in 1979, he was finally able to focus all of his time on art.

He was surrounded by artists since the day he was born – his father painted and his mother pursued theater

Donald Sultan - Sixteen Buttons, Dec 12, 1995 (Left) - Black Button, April 3, 1997 (Right), known, 2012, gallery, 2014
Donald Sultan – Sixteen Buttons, Dec 12, 1995 (Left) / Black Button, April 3, 1997 (Right)

The Master of Physical Density

The artist holds mastery over physical density and is one of the first to use the industrial materials such as tar, spackling plaster, and vinyl tile in his creations. “Anything can be used as a material for making art”. The tar was used particularly often, something that stayed with Sultan since his early years when he watched his father’s tire business. This interest was crystallized during his years in Chicago. With a unique approach to his unusual materials, he applied them as they were tubes of paint, making his work direct, and more importantly – always fresh. The paintings seem to follow a specific formula, where the images are cut, gouged, and burned out of surfaces made of squares of ordinary linoleum tile. Instead on canvas, he works on masonite covered with 12-inch floor tiles. The artist cut the desired shapes into the vinyl, fills in the cutout space with tar and/or plaster, before painting over it, which gives the entire thing an extraordinarily rich texture. When these two filler materials abut, the plaster is sometimes tinged with a hint of the tar, creating an instantaneous chiaroscuro effect. The train wrecks, silhouetted factories, forest fires, and harbor scenes are emphasized when the artist wipes thin billows of tar across expanses of uncut linoleum, resulting in a toxic smokiness. A lot of his early works were about the juxtaposition between rigidity and gesture, with all of that dark imagery being really about the architecture in the paintings. The pieces seem very strong and massive, with the element of permanence, but nothing is permanent as the artist hid the meaning of everything that his paintings contained in the extremely fragile image in the front.

As a result of a unique approach to unusual materials, the artworks seem fresh and direct

Donald Sultan - Switching Signals, May 29, 1987 (Left) - Double Church, Nov 8, 1990 (Right), 2012, best, modern
Donald Sultan – Switching Signals, May 29, 1987 (Left) / Double Church, Nov 8, 1990 (Right)

The Famous Still-Life

Still-life is one the most familiar subjects in the history of art, but Sultan makes a good case that it’s still a fertile ground for further exploration. His choice of the subject matter certainly isn’t radical, but a still-life piece can surprise and open new possibilities when it’s approached with a striking technique. Similarly, Sultan’s before-mentioned chiaroscuro effect creates elegant images where his selected forms are flattened on the pictorial plane. Speaking of forms, he constantly returns to the pears, apples, and lemons, but not literally. His still-life projects are exclusively about putting the imagery back into the abstract, and while the pieces possess an undeniable element of realism, it is far from his original intention. The arrangement of domestic objects means that they can be held in hand, moved without limitations in order to become a composition. Some features of the great masters from the past can be noticed in the Sultan’s work – as the 16th-century Dutch still-life was an emblematic art of material plenty, meticulous and triumphal, but always in an assertion of time’s scythe. The dark note present in this era originates even further into the past, when Greek’s and Roman’s mosaic art first snared the familiar domesticated things, laying them out in a flattened space. Peter Aertsen, Jan Brueghel the Elder, Hans Memling, Caravaggio (with his revolt against the lavishness of the Roman Church which is seen in the simplicity of his Basket of Fruit), Zurbaran, Rubens, Chardin, and many later artists that occupied the realm of still-life have inspired Sultan, but there is something unique in his work. It doesn’t necessary implies that difference in technique and materials is responsible for this uniqueness; it is probably based on the intention of going into abstraction, but as the artist explains, some of the pieces that look most abstract are indeed those who are the most realistic.

His choice of the subject matter certainly isn’t radical, but the results still surprise

Donald Sultan - Three Apples, Three Pears, and a Lemon, Dec 6, 1986 (Left) - Eggs and Roses, Jan 12, 1999 (Right), 2012
Donald Sultan – Three Apples, Three Pears, and a Lemon, Dec 6, 1986 (Left) / Eggs and Roses, Jan 12, 1999 (Right)

The Floral Imagery

Floral imagery has been a part of Sultans’s oeuvre for over 40 years. Back in the 1970s, he began to see the urban environment as a source for new growth. The fact that no one in his generation was painting flowers helped in making it one of his most recognizable features. He is most famous for the paintings of tulips and for some massive poppy works that extend far beyond the familiar address of similar subjects that preceded them. Remaining faithful to his process, Sultan covers the vinyl-tile surfaces with the tar on which he draws his celebrated poppy images. These floral forms are then excavated and filled with a drywall mud, that, when cured, is painted with vividly hued enamels. A black rayon flocking is introduced next, with the texture reminiscent of the pollen on the anthers at a poppy’s heart. The abstract ground is created in the torching the surrounding areas of tile, gouging and scraping in order to produce rhythmically obsessive vertical striations into their surfaces. Sultan’s gargantuan semi-abstract paintings of fruits and flowers are results of the merging between the Western traditions of still-life painting and the process art, which is, by far, his strongest quality and the basis for the majority of the pieces.

His red flowers are easily recognizable

Donald Sultan - Red Poppies, April 25, 2007 (Left) - Three Red Poppies, April 25, 2007 (Right)
Donald Sultan – Red Poppies, April 25, 2007 (Left) / Three Red Poppies, April 25, 2007 (Right)

Other Fields of Expression

While extremely successful and famous as a painter, Sultan also works in drawing, printmaking, and sculpture. The lithography, wood cut, linocut, etching, serigraphy are in his printmaking scope, with aquatint etchings large in scale being technically extremely complex. He belongs to a small group of American artists who have frequently collaborated with none other than Aldo Crommelynck, who was Picasso’s master printer. Sultan’s etchings emulate soft-edge charcoal drawings, and to make them, he had to work out a method of blowing and brushing the resin powder on printing plate before heating it. For his immensely popular black lemons, he blew through long tubes and used delicate Japanese brushes to blur the edges of shapes. In his drawings, the artist remains in the realm of nature, where the themes and forms of flowers and fruits are explored through silhouetted charcoal drawings on paper and his compositions in color conte crayon and flock. The results are monochromatic and prominent images. The combination of various industrial materials appears in the process of sculpting as well. Other than the familiar and unorthodox materials he uses in his paintings, Sultan tackles the challenges of sculpture by using the usual stuff like wood, iron, lead, and painted aluminum. He is also quite active in the world of written word. Even before graduation, he wanted to start a publication of artists writing about their own work. It was intended to be a trade publication where every year or two years artist from around the USA would write about their recent work so everyone could read it and be acquainted with their thoughts and artworks. The first book was named the Namebook one, and it featured some extremely talented people such as Richard Artschwager, Barbara Kruger, and Ron Gorchov. Sadly, the second one never came out. Nevertheless, Sultan didn’t turn his back on the writing, and his collaborations with David Mamet resulted in the books titled Warm and Colder in 1989, and Bar Mitzvah in 1999, for which he created a series of drawings.

The black lemon and the egg are recurring motifs

Donald Sultan - Black Lemon, May 22, 1984 (Left) - Black Lemons, Oct 13, 1984 (Center) - Black Lemon and Egg, Feb 24, 1987 (Right)
Donald Sultan – Black Lemon, May 22, 1984 (Left) / Black Lemons, Oct 13, 1984 (Center) / Black Lemon and Egg, Feb 24, 1987 (Right)

The Visual Language of Magnificence

Image after image, Sultan inevitably circles back to his formal technical abilities to craft lovely and beautiful paintings, drawings, prints, and sculptures, by using unusual materials and their combinations. While it’s not so rare to find an artist who has discarded canvases and paint for enamel, tar, and tiles, it is rare to find one that pushes and explores further than many before him. With no signs of stopping, Sultan has reached the age of artistic maturity which, in combination with his talent and clear vision, provides almost endless possibilities for expression.

He is represented by Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art in Miami, Puccio Fine Art in New York, Weng Contemporary in Zug, Puccio Fine Art in Water Mill, Kunzt Gallery and Galerie Fluegel-Roncak in Nuremberg.

Donald Sultan lives and works in New York City and Sag Harbor.

Featured image: Donald Sultan – portrait, Donald Sultan – portrait, photo credits Zach Hilty-BFA.com
All images courtesy of the artist

YearExhibition TitleGallery/MuseumSolo/Group
2017Post-war - Contemporary HighlightDe Re Gallery, Los Angeles, CAGroup
2016Donald Sultan: Recent PaintingsBaldwin Gallery, Aspen, COSolo
2016Paper in Profile: Mixografia and Taller de Grafica MexicanaMixografia, Athens, GreeceGroup
2016East on WestAndrea S. Keogh Art and Design, Litchfield, CTGroup
20162016 in with a POP!Madelyn jordon Fine Art, Scarsdale, NYGroup
2015Donald Sultan, New Works: Poppies, Mimosas and ButtonsMeyerovich Gallery, San Francisco, CASolo
2015Donald SultanGalerie Forsblom, Helsinki, FinlandSolo
2015Frontiers Reimagined: Art that Connects UsSundaram Tagore Gallery, Venice, ItalyGroup
2015Summer Show 2015Zane Bennett Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, NMGroup
2015lino - cutPaul Stolper Gallery, London, UKGroup
2015Mixed MediaRobert Fontaine Gallery, Miami, FLGroup
2015AntropiaEduardo Secci Contemporary, Pietrasanta, ItalyGroup
201525 years 25 ArtistsBaker Sponder Gallery - Sponder Gallery, Boca Raton, FLGroup
2015Black on WhiteJoseph K. Levine Fine Art, LTD, New York, NYGroup
2015Forms and FacesRobert Fontaine Gallery, Miami, FLGroup
2014Donald Sultan: Floral CostructionsVertu Fine Art, Boca Raton, FLSolo
2014Donald Sultan: ArtificeRYAN LEE, New York, NYSolo
2014Donald SultanMeredith Long Gallery, Houston, TXSolo
2014Donald Sultan: Recent WorkGalerie Andres Thalmann, Zurich, CHSolo
2014Red + BlackBaker Sponder Gallery - Sponder Gallery, Boca Raton, FLGroup
2013EchosGalerie Piece Unique, Paris, FRSolo
2013Summer SaladJanet Borden, INC., New York, NYGroup
2013New WorkThe Drawing Room, East Hampton, NYGroup
2012Donald SultanThe Drawing Room, East Hampton, NYSolo
2012New Season, New AddressThe Drawing Room, East Hampton, NYGroup
2012Color WorksHeather Gaudio Fine Art, Greenwich, CTGroup
2012Cross-BorderGalerie Andres Thalmann, Engadine, CHGroup
2011Donald Sultan: New WorksBaldwin Gallery, Aspen, COSolo
2011Donald Sultan: New WorksMeredith Long Gallery, Houston, TXSolo
2011Soot and Shine: New WorksMary Ryan Gallery, New York, NYSolo
2011American ChambersGyeongnam Art Museum, Changwon, KoreaGroup
2011Celebrated Artists: Students of Marvin SaltzmanThe Mahler Fine Art, Raleigh, NCGroup
2010Monsters and Miracles: A Journey Through Jewish Picture BooksThe Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, Amherst, MAGroup
2010Artist PerspectivesGerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, NMGroup
2010Exquisite CorpseGasser-Grunert Gallery, New York, NYGroup
2010UnknownVirginia Museum of Fine Art, Richmond, VAGroup
2010Winter ShowGalerie Andres Thalmann, Engadine, CHGroup
2009Donald Sultan: The First DecadeContemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OHSolo
2009Donald SultanBen Brown Fine Arts, London, UKSolo
2009Donald SultanGalerie Ernst Hilger, Vienna, ATSolo
2009Donald SultanGreenfield-Sacks Gallery, Santa Monica, CASolo
2009Donald Sultan: PrintsMary Ryan Gallery, New York, NYSolo
2009Fifty Works for the First State: Works from the Dorothy and Howard Vogel CollectionDelaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DEGroup
2008Donald Sultan: DrawingsForsblom Projects, Helsinki, FISolo
2008Donald Sultan: Artficial ImagesAidan Gallery, Moscow, RUSolo
2008Donald Sultan: Works on PaperBaldwin Gallery, Aspen, COSolo
2008Gifted: Recent Additions to the Permanent CollectionDelaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DEGroup
2008Here’s the Thing: The Single Object Still LifeKatonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NYGroup
2007Donald Sultan: New WorkMeredith Long Gallery, Houston, TXSolo
2007Donald SultanPatrick de Brock Gallery, Knokke-Heist, BESolo
2007Colors, Smoke, and WarMary Ryan Gallery, New York, NYSolo
2007Substance and SurfaceBortolami Gallery, New York, NYGroup
2007Landscape: Form and ThoughtIngrao Gallery, New York, NYGroup
2006Donald SultanGalerie Forsblom, Helsinki, FISolo
2006Paintings and Works on PaperCentre Cultural Contemporani Pelaires, Mallorca, ESSolo
2006The Food Show: The Hungry EyeChelsea Art Museum, New York, NYGroup
2006Neil Jenney + Donald Sultan: The Art BarIngrao Gallery, New York, NYGroup
2006Garden ParadiseThe Arsenal Gallery, New York, NYGroup
2005Donald Sultan: 1991-2005Cliff Lede Vineyards, Yountville, CASolo
2005New PaintingsBaldwin Gallery, Aspen, COSolo
2004Donald SultanForsblom Projects, Helsinki, FISolo
2004New Poppy PaintingsAmeringer & Yohe Fine Art, New York, NYSolo
2004Prints & DrawingsSingapore Tyler Print Institute, SingaporeSolo
2004Donald SultanMeredith Long Gallery, Houston, TXSolo
2003Donald SultanGalerie Forsblom, Helsinki, FISolo
2003Poppies, Oranges, & MimosasMary Ryan Gallery, New York, NYSolo
2003Poppy PaintingsKnoedler & Company, New York, NYSolo
2003Drawing RelationshipsKnoedler & Company, New York, NYGroup
2002Paintings and Works on PaperWinston Wachter Fine Art, Seattle, WASolo
2002Painting Life’s ParadoxesLouise Cameron Wells Art Museum, Wilmington, NCSolo
2002Donald SultanImago Galleries, Palm Desert, CASolo
2002Plotting: An Exhibition of Artist StudiesCarrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago, ILGroup
2002Masks: John Chamberlain, Drawings: Donald SultanClark Fine Art, Southampton, NYGroup
2002The Sea The SeaGlenn Horowitz Bookseller, Easthampton, NYGroup
2002Art DowntownWall Street Rising at 45 Wall Street, New York, NYGroup
2002Contemporary American Art: Art in Embassies ProgramEmbassy of the United States of America, Vienna, ATGroup
2001Paintings and DrawingsLowe Gallery, Atlanta, GASolo
2001Recent WorksGalerie Lutz and Thalmann, Zurich, CHSolo
2001Recent WorksHill Gallery, Birmingham, MISolo
2001Smoke RingsUniversity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MISolo
2001Visuelle ParadoxeRaab Galerie, Berlin, DESolo
2001Recent WorksStephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TXSolo
2001Smoke RingsDorothy Blau Gallery, Bay Harbor Islands, FLSolo
200110 PaintingsBaldwin Gallery, Aspen, COSolo
2001Models of ObservationKnoedler & Company, New York, NYGroup
2001Digital Printmaking NowBrooklyn Museum of Art, New York, NYGroup
2001Cote d’Azur: Art, Modernity, and the Myth of the French RivieraAXA Gallery, New York, NYGroup
2001Celebrating Modern Art: The Anderson CollectionSan Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CAGroup
2000Recent Prints and DrawingsMary Ryan Gallery, New York, NYSolo
2000Donald SultanMeredith Long Gallery, Houston, TXSolo
2000Paintings and DrawingsGalerie Simonne Stern, New Orleans, LASolo
2000New WorksWinston Wachter Fine Art, Seattle, WASolo
2000Donald Sultan: In the Still-Life TraditionMemphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, TN; traveled to Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC; Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO; Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FL; and Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, AZSolo
2000Temporary Contemporary: Selected Works by Donald SultanCheekwood Museum of Art, Nashville, TNSolo
2000Selected Drawings: 1976-1998Hill Gallery, Birmingham, MISolo
2000BluerCarrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago, ILGroup
2000September SelectionsKnoedler & Company, New York, NYGroup
2000Prints & Drawings from Lincoln CenterNew Orleans, LAGroup
2000Summer 2000 PrintsDavid Adamson Gallery, Washington, DCGroup
2000Art of the 80sWinston Wachter Mayer Fine Art, New York, NYGroup
2000Especes d’Arbres: Visions of Nature in Contemporary ArtDenise Cade Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1999Recent PaintingKnoedler & Company, New York, NYSolo
1999Donald SultanMeredith Long & Co., Houston, TXSolo
1999In Company: Robert Creeley’s CollaborationsCastellani Art Museum of Niagra University, travelled to New York Public Library, Humanities and Social Sciences Library, Edna Bames Salomon Room, New York, NY; Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, NC; University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa, FL; Green Library, Stanford, CAGroup
1998Donald SultanGalleria Lawrence Rubin, Milano, ITSolo
1998Donald SultanTurner & Runyon Gallery, Dallas, TXSolo
1998Donald SultanBaldwin Gallery, Aspen, COSolo
1998Donald SultanGalerie Lutz Thalmann, Zurich, CHSolo
1998Floor to Ceiling: A Twentieth Century Print SalonRobert Brown Gallery, Washington, DCGroup
1998Mirror ImagesArts on Douglas, New Smyrna Beach, FLGroup
199880s Artists Then and NowElizabeth Mayer Fine Art, New York, NYGroup
1998Contemporary Artists Welcome the New Year: The Jewish Museum List Graphic CommissionThe Jewish Museum, New York, NYGroup
1998Art Dealers Association of America Art Show Benefit for The Henry Street SettlementBarbara Mathes Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1997Smoke RingsJanet Borden, Inc., New York, NYSolo
1997Donald SultanGalerie Daniel Templon, Paris, FRSolo
1997Donald Sultan: Painting, Drawing, PhotographyHill Gallery, Birmingham, MISolo
1997Donald Sultan: FlowersGreenberg Van Doren Gallery, St. Louis, MOSolo
1997Donald Sultan: Paintings and DrawingsKnoedler & Co., New York, NYSolo
1997Donald Sultan, in conjunection with the Hampton’s International Film FestivalGuild Hall, East Hampton, NYSolo
1997Crown Point RetrospectiveThe National Gallery, Washington, DCGroup
1997Painting Machines, Industrial Image and Process in Contemporary ArtBoston University Art Gallery, Boston, MAGroup
1997SummerPaul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1997Fresh CutLizan Tops Gallery, Easthampton, NYGroup
1997American Drawings, Watercolors, Pastels, and GouachesMeredith Long & Company, Houston, TXGroup
1997Works from the Permanent CollectionMuseum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla, CAGroup
1997New York on PaperBumgartner Galleries, Washington, DCGroup
1997Edge of ChaosFotouhi Cramer Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1996Donald SultanPaul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NYSolo
1996Donald Sultan: Recent PrintsMary Ryan Gallery, New York, NYSolo
1996Donald Sultan: Neue ArbeitenGalerie Lawrence Rubin, Zurich, CHSolo
1996Donald Sultan: Recent Works on PaperFotouhi Cramer Gallery, East Hampton, NYSolo
1996Donald SultanMeredith Long & Company, Houston, TXSolo
1996Donald Sultan: Paintings & Works on PaperBaldwin Gallery, Aspen, COSolo
1996American Still LifeAspen Art Museum, Aspen, COGroup
1996The New York Art Scene 1996Gotlands Konst Museum, SwedenGroup
1996The Paris Review Print and Poster SeriesViridian Artists Inc., New York, NYGroup
1996Helen Frankenthaler, April Gornik, and Donald SultanViridian Artists Inc. , New York, NYGroup
1996The Masters XFine Arts Gallery, Southampton College, Long Island University, New York, NYGroup
1996People, Places, & ThingsMeredith Long & Co., Houston, TXGroup
1996Different SidesKnoedler & Co. , New York, NYGroup
1996Works on PaperThe Baldwin Gallery, Aspen, COGroup
1996Thinking Print: Books to Billboards 1980-95The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NYGroup
1996Homeland of the Imagination: The Southern Presence in 20th CenturyWest Lobby, Nations Bank, Atlanta, GAGroup
1996New in the 90sKatonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NYGroup
1995Donald Sultan: Paintings & DrawingsAsheville Art Museum, NCSolo
1995Donald SultanHill Gallery, Birmingham, MISolo
1995Donald Sultan: New PaintingsKnoedler & Company, New York, NYSolo
1995Group ShowGalerie Lawrence Rubin, Zurich, CHGroup
1995The Paine Weber Art CollectionPaine Weber Inc. , New York, NY; traveled to Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, MI; Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Boston, MA; Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MN; San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, CA; Center for the Fine Arts, Miami, FLGroup
1995SummerPaul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1995Inaugural ExhibitionHill Gallery, Birmingham, MIGroup
1995American Masters of Watercolor: A 100 Year SurveySouthern Alleghenies Museum of Art, Loretto, PAGroup
1995Recent Acquisitions of PaperNational Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DCGroup
1995Essence and Persuasion: The Power of Black and WhiteAnderson Gallery, Buffalo, NYGroup
1995Artists’ BouquetsChampion International Corporation, Stamford, CTGroup
1995SemblancesTatyana Grosman Gallery, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NYGroup
1994Donald Sultan: Recent PaintingsJaffe Baker Blau, Boca Raton, FLSolo
1994Donald Sultan: Wall FlowersPaul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NYSolo
1994Donald SultanGaleria 56, Budapest, HUSolo
1994Prints and PaperRobert Brown Gallery, Washington, DCGroup
1994Creative CollectingSmith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MAGroup
1994Inaugural ExhibitionKemper Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MOGroup
1994Popular CultureHill Gallery, Birmingham, MIGroup
1994Prints from Solo Impression Inc.New York, Art Museum, The College of Wooster, Wooster, OHGroup
1994Inaugural ExhibitionOff Shore Gallery, Easthampton, NYGroup
1994PaintingRhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, ILGroup
1994Metamorphosis: Surrealism to Organic AbstractionMarlborough Graphics, New York, NYGroup
1993Donald Sultan: Recent PaintingsKnoedler & Company, New York, NYSolo
1993Donald Sultan: Morning GloriesHill Gallery, Birmingham, MISolo
1993Donald SultanGalerie Kaj Forsblom, Zurich, CHSolo
1993DrawingsLeo Castelli Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1993Selected Works on Paper: Lithographs, Etchings, Silkscreens & MonotypesMeredith Long & Co., Houston, TXGroup
1993Maximal Minimalism: Selected Works from the Levitt CollectionBerkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MA; travelled to The Lyman Allyn Museum, New London, CTGroup
1993New Work on PaperGalerie Beyeler, Basel, CHGroup
1993Wege der Moderne: Di Sammlung Beyeler - Ways of the Modern from the Beyeler CollectionNational Galerie, Berlin, DEGroup
1992Donald Sultan: A Print RetrospectiveThe American Federation of the Arts, New York, NY; traveled to Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL; Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX; Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE; Madison Art Center, WI; Orlando Museum of Art, FL; and Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, TNSolo
1992Donald Sultan: Drawings & Watercolors, 1987-1992Knoedler & Company, New York, NYSolo
1992Donald Sultan: Paintings, 1978-1992Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NYSolo
1992Donald Sultan: Recent Paintings and Works on PaperMeredith Long & Company, Houston, TXSolo
1992Donald SultanHans Strelow Gallery, Dusseldorf, DRSolo
1992Donald Sultan: PinturesGaleria Trauma, Barcelona, ESSolo
1992Donald SultanKnoedler & Company, New York, NYSolo
1992Donald SultanHill Gallery, Birmingham, MISolo
1992De Bonnard a Baselitz: Ans d’enrichissements du Cabinet des Estampes 1978-88Bibliothque Nationale, Paris, FRGroup
199228th Annual Exhibition of Art on PaperWeatherspoon Gallery, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NCGroup
1992Functional Objects by Artists and ArchitectsRhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, ILGroup
1992Books and Portfolios 1957-1992Marlborough Graphics, New York, NYGroup
1992Woman on PaperStudio 3, Easthampton, NYGroup
1992Big IdeasTucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZGroup
1992Important Works on PaperMeredith Long & Co., Houston, TXGroup
1992Singular and Plural: Recent Accessions, Drawings & PrintsThe Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Houston, TXGroup
1992Group ExhibitionHill Gallery, Birmingham, MIGroup
1992From America’s Studio: Twelve Contemporary MastersArt Institute of Chicago, ILGroup
1992An Ode to Gardens and FlowersNassau County Museum, Roslyn Harbor, NYGroup
1992Marking the Decades, Prints 1960-1990The Baltimore Museum of Art, MDGroup
1992The Midtown Flower ShowMidtown Payson Galleries, New York, NYGroup
1991Donald SultanRichard Green Gallery, Santa Monica, CASolo
1991Donald Sultan: Dominoes, Playing Cards, Fruits and FlowersGreg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WASolo
1991Donald Sultan: Drawing – PaintingMeredith Long Gallery, Houston, TXSolo
1991Donald Sultan, Recent Print Projects: Dominoes, Fruits and Flowers, Playing CardsMary Ryan Gallery, New York, NYSolo
1991Donald Sultan: SculptureKnoedler & Company, New York, NYSolo
1991Donald Sultan: Paintings, Drawings, and PrintsJohn Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, CASolo
1991Modern DrawingAnthony Ralph Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1991The TreeElysium Arts, New York, NYGroup
199143rd Annual Purchase ExhibitionAmerican Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, NYGroup
1991Painting, Sculpture, DrawingHill Gallery, Birmingham, MIGroup
1991On PaperAdair Margo Gallery, El Paso, TX; traveled to Weber State University, Ogden, UT; Arlington Museum, Arlington, TXGroup
1991Works on PaperKnoedler & Company, New York, NYGroup
1991Un Regard Atlantique: Europe-Amerique, Peintures-SculpturesGalerie Alice Pauli, Lausanne, CHGroup
1991Expressive Drawings: European and American Art through the 20th CenturyThe New York Academy of Art, New York, NYGroup
1991Aspects of CollageGuild Hall, Easthampton, NYGroup
1991Multiple ChoiceAnne Jaffe Gallery, Bay Harbor Islands, FlGroup
1991Large Scale Works on PaperJohn Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, CAGroup
1991Contemporary Illustrated BooksFranklin Furnace, New York, NY; traveled to Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO; University of Iowa Museum, Iowa City, IAGroup
1990Donald SultanWaddington Galleries, London, UKSolo
1990Donald SultanEquinox Gallery, Vancouver, CASolo
1990Donald Sultan: Screenprints and EtchingsGreg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WASolo
1990Donald Sultan: PaintingKnoedler & Company, New York, NYSolo
1990Inaugural Exhibition: One Hundred Years of American an d European ArtAbelson Galleries, New York, NYGroup
1990Art What Thou EatEdith Burn Art Institute, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY; traveled to New York Historical Society, New York, NYGroup
1990Summer ExhibitKonedler & Co., New York, NYGroup
1990Pharmakon 90Makuhari Messe, Chiba, JPGroup
1990Selected Paintings, Drawings, and SculptureJohn Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, CAGroup
1990Sean Scully and Donald Sultan: Abstraction and Representation: Paintings, Drawings, and Prints from the Anderson CollectionStanford University Museum of Art, Stanford, CAGroup
1990Recent AcquisitionsJohn Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, CAGroup
1990Selections from the Roger and Myra Davidson CollectionArt Gallery of Ontario, CAGroup
1989Donald Sultan: A Selection of PrintsRichard Green GallerySolo
1989Donald Sultan: DrawingsKnoedler & Company, New York, NYSolo
1989Donald Sultan: New SculptureGreenberg Gallery, St. Louis, MOSolo
1989Donald Sultan: Works on PaperRunkle-Hue-Williams, Ltd, London, UKSolo
1989Donald Sultan: Playing Cards DrawingsPaul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NYSolo
1989Donald Sultan: SculptureBlum Helman Gallery, Santa Monica, CASolo
1989A Decade of American DrawingsDaniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CAGroup
1989The 1980s: Prints from the Collection of Joshua P. SmithNational Gallery of Art, Washington, DCGroup
198910 + 10: Contemporary Soviet and American PaintersModern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, TX; traveled to San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA; Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY; Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI; Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC; Artists’ Union Hall of the Tretyakov Gallery, Krymskaia Embankment; Moscow Central Exhibitions Hall, Leningrad, RUGroup
1989A Propos de DessinGalerie Adreien Maeght, Paris, FRGroup
1989Important Works on PaperMeredith Long & Co., Houston, TXGroup
1989Summer ExhibitionKnoedler & Co. , New York, NYGroup
1989Nature MorteGalerie Montenay, Paris, FRGroup
1989Projects & Portfolios: The 25th National Print ExhibitionThe Brooklyn Museum, New York, NYGroup
1989Aldo Crommelynck Master Prints with American ArtistsWhitney Museum of American Art, New York, NYGroup
1989Works on LeadNohra Haime Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1989First Impressions: Early Prints by Forty-Six Contemporary ArtistsWalker Art Center, Minneapolis, MNGroup
1989Nocturnal Visions in Contemporary PaintingWhitney Museum of American Art, New York, NYGroup
1988Donald Sultan: Prints & DrawingsMarina Hamilton Gallery, New York, NYSolo
1988Donald SultanLa Galerie Alice Pauli, Lausanne, CHSolo
1988Donald SultanGalerie Montenay, Paris, FRSolo
1988Donald Sultan’s Black LemonsMuseum of Modern Art, New York, NYSolo
1988Donald Sultan: PrintsUniversity Art Museum, California State University at Long Beach, CASolo
1988Donald Sultan: Black Lemons – Recent PrintsGreg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WASolo
1988Donald SultanGian Enzo Sperone Gallery, Rome, ITSolo
1988Viewpoints: Paintings and Sculpture from the Guggenheim Museum Collection and Major LoansThe Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NYGroup
1988The Monumental ImageArt Gallery at California State University at Northridge, Northridge, CAGroup
1988Peintures et DessinsLa Galerie Alice Pauli, Lausanne, CHGroup
1987Donald SultanMuseum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL; traveled to Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, CA; Fort Worth Art Museum, TX; Brooklyn Museum of Art, NYSolo
1987Donald Sultan: Small Paintings, Small Drawings 1978-87Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, MASolo
1987Donald Sultan: Recent PaintingBlum Helman Gallery, New York, NYSolo
1987Donald Sultan: Cigarette Paintings 1980-81, Photographs 1985-86Blum Helman Gallery, New York, NY; traveled to Blum Helman Gallery, Los Angeles, CASolo
1987Donald Sultan: Linoleum Paintings 12 x 12, 1976-1985Akira Ikeda Gallery, Nagoya, JPSolo
1987The New Romantic LandscapeThe Whitney Museum of American Art, Stamford, CTGroup
19871987 Prints: Rothenberg, Lane, Goldberg, Sultan, and Hunt, Willard Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1987Still Life: Beyond TraditionVisual Art Museum, New York, NYGroup
1987The Monumental ImageUniversity Art Gallery at Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CAGroup
1987Big StuffPlaza Gallery, San Francisco, CAGroup
1987The Friends of Louise Tullever DeutschmanKent Fine Art, Kent, CTGroup
1987Brand New Prints IVMartina Hamilton Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1987Contemporary MastersRichard Green Gallery, Los Angeles, CAGroup
1987Black and WhiteJames Goodman Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1987Selections from the Roger and Myra Davidson CollectionThe Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, CAGroup
1987Three Comtemporary Painters: Leon Golub, Elizabeth Murray, Donald SultanMuseum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI Department of Painting and Sculpture’s Recent Acquisitions, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NYGroup
1986Donald Sultan: DrawingsBlum Helman Gallery, Los Angeles, CASolo
1986Donald Sultan: Drawings and PaintingsGreenberg Gallery, St. Louis, MOSolo
1986Donald Sultan: gravures monumentalesGalerie de L’estampe Contemporaine Bibliotheque Nationale, Rostonde Colbert, Paris, FRSolo
1986Donald SultanGalerie Montenay-Delsol, Paris, FRSolo
1986Donald Sultan: A SurveyA.P. Giannini Gallery, Bank of America, World Headquarters, San Francisco, CASolo
1986Donald Sultan: DrawingsBlum Helman Gallery, New York, NYSolo
198650th AnniversaryWillard Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1986The Inspiration Comes from NatureJack Tilton Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1986Boston Collects: Contemporary Painting and SculptureMuseum of Fine Arts, Boston, MAGroup
1986Romanticisim and Cynicism in Contemporary ArtPatrick & Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WIGroup
1986A Propos de DessinGalerie Adrien Maeght, Paris, FRGroup
1986David Schwartz: Architectural Drawings - Donald Sultan: New Works on PaperMcIntosh-Drysdale Gallery, Washington, DCGroup
1986Paintings, Sculptures, Collages, and DrawingsJanie C. Lee Gallery, Houston, TXGroup
1986Recent Prints and Works on PaperGreg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WAGroup
1986DrawingsBarbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, MAGroup
1986Still Life - Life StillMichael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, CAGroup
1986Individuals: A Selected History o Contemporary Art, 1945-1986Akira Ikeda Gallery, Nagoya, JPGroup
1986Brand New Prints IIIMartina Hamilton Gallery, New York, NYGroup
198650 Artists - 50 StatesFuller Golden Gallery, San Francisco, CAGroup
1986DrawingsGallery Casas Toledo Oosterom, New York, NYGroup
1986Public and Private American Prints TodayThe Brooklyn Museum, New York, NY; traveled to Flint Institue of Art, Flint, MI; Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI; Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MNGroup
1986Selected AcquisitionsJohn Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, CAGroup
1986Monumental Drawings: Work by 22 Contemporary Americans,The Brooklyn Museum, New York, NYGroup
1985Donald SultanGian Enzo Sperone, Rome, ITSolo
1985Donald Sultan: Small PaintingsBlum Helman Gallery, New York, NYSolo
1985Donald Sultan: Prints 1979-1985Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, MA; traveled to Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA; Baxter Gallery, Portland School of Art, ME; Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT; Asheville Art Museum, NC; and California State University, Long Beach, CASolo
1985Donald Sultan: New PaintingsBlum Helman Gallery, New York, NYSolo
1985Innovative Still LifeHolly Solomon Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1985Still LifeThomas Segal Gallery, Boston, MAGroup
1985Charcoal DrawingsJanie C. Lee Gallery, Houston, TXGroup
1985Correspondences: New York Art NowLaforet Museum, Harajuku, Tokyo, JP; traveled to Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts, Utsunomiya, JPGroup
1985Image & MysteryHill Gallery, Birmingham, MIGroup
1985Works on PaperMartina Hamilton Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1985Actual Size: An Exhibition of Small Paintings and SculptureLarry Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles, CAGroup
1985Works on PaperJoe Fawbush Editions, New York, NYGroup
1985Iowa CollectsDes Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IAGroup
1985American Paintings 1975-85: Selections from the Collection of Aron & Phyllis KatzAspen Art Center, Aspen, COGroup
1985Now and Then: A Selection of Recent and Earlier Paintings, Part IIDaniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CAGroup
1984Donald Sultan: New PaintingsBlum Helman Gallery, New York, NYSolo
1984MetamanhattanWhitney Museum of American Art, New York, NYGroup
1984Images and Impressions: Painters who PrintWalker Art Center, Minneapolis MN; traveled to Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philladelphia, PAGroup
1984Contemporary CutsSummit Art Center, Summit, NJGroup
1984Rediscovered Romanticism in New York CityNew Math Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1984An International Survey of Recent Painting and SculptureThe Museum of Modern Art, New York, NYGroup
1984Brave New Works: Recent American Painting and DrawingMuseum of Fine Arts Boston, Boston, MAGroup
1984Via New YorkMusee d’Art Contemporain, Montreal, QCGroup
1984Eccentric Image(s)Margo Leaving Gallery, Los Angeles, CAGroup
1984Painting NowKitakyushu Municipal Museum, Kitakyushu, JPGroup
1984Little PaintingsJeffrey Hoffeld & Co. , New York, NYGroup
1984Prints, DrawingsGetler-Pall-Saper, New York, NYGroup
198450 Artists - 50 StatesFuller Goldeen Gallery, San Francisco, CAGroup
1984DrawingsBlum Helman Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1984A Decade of New ArtArtists’ Space, New York, NYGroup
1984Images on Paper, InvitationalArt and Architecture Gallery, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, TNGroup
1983Donald SultanAkira Ikeda Gallery, Tokyo, JPSolo
1983Selections from the Permanent Collection: GraphicsSan Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CAGroup
1983Tendencias en Nueva YorkPalacio de Valasquez, Madrid, SP; Fundacion Juan Miro, Barcelona, SP; Musee du Luxembourg, Paris, FRGroup
1983Prints from Blocks: Gauguin to NowThe Museum of Modern Art, New York, NYGroup
1983Black & WhiteMargo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles, CAGroup
1983Rare Contemporary PrintsBarbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, MAGroup
1983The American Artists as PrintmakerThe Brooklyn Museum, New York, NYGroup
1983Steve Keister: Sculpture - Donald Sultan: CharcoalsBlum Helman Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1983Selected WorksJohn Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, CAGroup
1983Season’s GreetingsDaniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CAGroup
1983Drawing Conclusions: A Survey of American DrawingsDaniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angels and San Francisco, CAGroup
1983Black & White: A Print SurveyCastelli Graphics West, New York, NYGroup
1982Donald Sultan: Bilder und ZeichnungenHans Strelow Gallery, Dusseldorf, DESolo
1982Donald SultanBlum Helman Gallery, New York, NYSolo
1982Five One-Man ShowsJamileh Weber Gallery, Surich, CHGroup
1982Painting and Sculpture Today: 1982Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, INGroup
198220th Anniversary Exhibition of the Vogel CollectionBrainerd Art Gallery, State University College at Potsdam, Potsdam, NY; traveled to Gallery of Art at the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Rapids, IAGroup
1982DrawingsBlum Helman Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1982Selected Prints: Jennifer Bartlett, Jim Dine, Jasper Johns, Elizabeth Murray, Donald Sultan, and Robert RauschenbergMargo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles, CAGroup
1982Suite SixteenCarol Taylor Art, Dallas, TXGroup
1981Donald Sultan: Recent PaintingsDaniel Weinberg Gallery, San Francisco, CASolo
1981Lois Lane, John Obuck, Susan Rothenberg, Donald Sultan, John TorreanoZabriskie Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1981Black and WhiteThe Museum of Modern Art, New York, NYGroup
1981Prints: Acquisitions 1977-1981The Museum of American Art, New York, NYGroup
1981New AcquisitionsThe High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GAGroup
1981New AcquisitionsDallas Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas, TXGroup
1981The Americas: The LandscapeContemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TXGroup
1981New AcquisitionsThe Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, ILGroup
1981Arabia FelixArt Galaxy, New York, NYGroup
198135 Artists Return to Artist’ Space: A Benefit ExhibitionArtists’ Space, New York, NYGroup
1981Bryan Hunt, Neil Jenney, Robert Moskowitz, Donald SultanBlum Helman Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1981Group ShowWillard Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1981New, Now, New YorkAddison Gallery of American Art, Andover, MAGroup
1981Contemporary Drawings: In Search of an ImageUniversity Art Museum, Santa Barbara, CAGroup
1981Lois Lane, John Obuck, Susan Rothenberg, Donald Sultan, John TorreanoYoung Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, ILGroup
1981New Directions: A Corporate CollectionSidney Janis Gallery, New York, NY; traveled to Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL; Oklahoma Museum of Art, Oklahoma City, OK; Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA’ Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, MIGroup
1980Donald SultanWillard Gallery, New York, NYSolo
1980Group ShowWillard Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1980The Olympic ThirteenCenter for Music, Drama, and Art, Lake Placid, NYGroup
1980The Image TransformedArt Latitude Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1980Black and WhiteThomas Segal Gallery, Boston, MAGroup
1980Painting and Sculpture Today: 1980Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, INGroup
1980New Work - New YorkYarlo-Salzman Gallery, Toronto, ONGroup
1980ImagesBard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NYGroup
1980InvitationalBell Gallery, List Art Center, Brown University, Providence, RIGroup
1980Black, White, OtherR.H. Oosterom, Inc. , New York, NYGroup
1979Donald SultanYoung Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, ILSolo
1979Donald SultanWillard Gallery, New York, NYSolo
1979Gallery ArtistsYoung Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, ILGroup
1979Group ShowWillard Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1979Bryan Hunt-Donald SultanDaniel Weinberg Gallery, San Francisco, CAGroup
1979A to ZTexas Gallery, Houston, TXGroup
1979Inside-OutsideHolly Solomon Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1979Visionary Images, The Renaissance SocietyUniversity of Chicago, Chicago, ILGroup
1979Works on Paper: Recent AcquisitionsAlbright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NYGroup
19791979 Biennial ExhibitionWhitney Museum of American Art, New York, NYGroup
1978Eebee GeebeesNancy Lurie Gallery, Chicago, ILGroup
1978Review and PreviewNancy Lurie Gallery, Chicago, ILGroup
1978DoubletakeThe New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NYGroup
1978Jean Feinberg, Lynn Hzkowitz, Donald SultanMary Boone Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1978Group ShowWillard Gallery, New York, NYGroup
1978Contemporary DrawingNew York, NY, University Art Museum, Santa Barbara, CAGroup
1977Turning the Room SidewaysThe Institute of the Art and Urban Resources, P.S.1 Special Projects Room, Long Island City, NYSolo
1977Donald SultanArtists Space, New York, NYSolo
1977 Four Artists’ DrawingsNew Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY; traveled to Institute of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, JPGroup
1977N.A.M.E. at A.C.T.A.C.T. Gallery, Toronto, ONGroup
1976UnknownN.A.M.E. Gallery, Chicago, IL; traveled to Fine Arts Building Exhibition Space, New York, NYGroup
1974UnknownWabash Transit Gallery, Chicago, ILGroup
1974Artists Invite ArtistsHighland Park Art Center, Highland Park, ILGroup
1974Graduate PaintersThe Art Institute of Chicago, IlGroup
1974George Libert, Donald SultanN.A.M.E. Gallery, Chicago, ILGroup
1973UnknownThe Gallery of Contemporary Art, Winston, NCGroup
197337th Annual Student ExhibitionThe Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, NCGroup
1973Piedmont Paintings and Sculpture ExhibitionThe Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NCGroup
197336th Annual Student ExhibitionThe Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, NCGroup