Adolph Gottlieb/ Adolph Gottlieb

United States 1903 - 1974

Abstract Expressionism

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Adolph Gottlieb
Adolph Gottlieb
Male
United States
1903

Adolph Gottlieb was an American painter, born on March 14, 1903 in New York. He was a pioneer of the Abstract Expressionism movement, working closely with other artists seeking new ways of self-expression.

He left high school when he was 16 and enrolled in the Art Students League in New York where he studied painting under Robert Henri and John Sloan. In 1921 Gottlieb worked on a steamer for his passage to Europe. He took classes at the Académie de la Chaumière in Paris and later traveled to Munich and Berlin. Returning to New York in 1923, he finished high school and for the next six years studied at art schools in the city. He was awarded a joint prize in the Dudensing National Competition in 1929 and in the following year shared a two-man exhibition with Konrad Cramer at Dudensing Galleries in New York. In the early 1930s he met Mark Rothko and Milton Avery, painters at the Art Students League, who represented the expressionist movement in America at the time. Thus, in the 1930s Gottlieb turned inward to representations of his own character and philosophy rather than explicit social themes, even though during this period he was an easel painter for the Work Projects Administration Federal Art Project. As his interest in primitive art forms emerged, anticipating his “pictographic” paintings of the 1940s, Gottlieb won a U.S. Treasury competition for a post office mural in Yerrington, Nevada. In 1937 Gottlieb moved to the desert near Tucson, Arizona, an environment whose flora and relics contributed to a transformation in his subject matter and in his approach to painting. These abstract forms required an abstract environment in which to exist, and Gottlieb supplied this by tipping the table on which the still-life objects were placed. This moved the surface sharply toward the picture plane, flattening and reducing the space. He also compartmentalized objects as if by a personal mental discipline of sorting and regrouping. His palette then was rather limited, employing the soft earth colors of his environment. He returned to New York in 1939. Gottlieb began to paint what he called Pictographs in 1941. Again, it was the change in subject matter that provided some resolution for his problems with form. As he reported in 1955, “It was necessary for me to repudiate so-called ‘good painting’ in order to be free to express what was visually true for me.” In the early pictographs, symbols or images remained recognizable and close to figuration, bits of nature or man-made objects, for example. These shapes, juxtaposed or overlapped in the composition, gradually became more abstract. The flattened images were applied to canvas with thick impasto and loose brush strokes and were organized into regular or irregular grid systems. The horizontal tiers and vertical rows seem to lend meaning to the otherwise static images. In a statement to the New York Times in 1943, Gottlieb and Mark Rothko summarized their aesthetic beliefs: “We want to reassert the picture plane. We are for flat forms, because they destroy illusion and reveal truth.” By the end of the 1940s Gottlieb’s images transcended narrative or illustrative connections. The particular identities of the shapes became obscure, but while they denied reference to a specific image, they acquired meaning as pure form. Archer (1951), a work which shows the transition from the pictographs to the imaginary landscapes, keeps residual regulations of the formerly divisive lines, but these are now placed randomly on the canvas. This looser linear arrangement is combined with two motifs, focused in the upper and lower zones, which are then more subtly repeated, in different colors, over the surface of the picture. The imaginary landscapes release the grid structure completely and become increasingly non-representational. They abandon recourse to mythical symbols and show Gottlieb’s exploration of pure form and color. Gottlieb’s most effective works were his oppositions of both colors and shapes in canvases called Bursts. In these paintings the picture plane is divided into two arbitrary horizontal zones. In one of these zones is placed a bright geometric form or an irregular aggregation of brushstrokes (Glow, 1966). For him, such intangible and illusive images were representations of his deepest inner feelings. His desire for pure expression was fulfilled with color and form arranged with apparent disregard for both subject and object, the simple depiction of a complex thought.

In the 1960s Gottlieb’s work received increasing acclaim. Among other honors, he was awarded the Grand Premio at the VII Bienal de São Paolo, Brazil. In 1968 a major retrospective exhibition was organized jointly by the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Guggenheim Museum in New York.

Gottlieb suffered a stroke in 1971, but continued to paint from a wheelchair. The following year he was elected to the National Institute of Arts and Letters, a tribute to his teaching and to his artistic innovation and production. He died in Easthampton, New York on March 4, 1974.

YearExhibition TitleGallery/MuseumSolo/Group
2014Adolph Gottlieb: SculptorUniversity of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor,Solo
2012Adolph Gottlieb: Gravity, Suspension, Motion—Paintings 1954–1972The Pace Gallery, 534 West 25 th Street, New YorkSolo
2010Adolph GottliebNohra Haime Gallery, New YorkSolo
2011Adolph Gottlieb: A RetrospectivePeggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice,Solo
2009Adolph Gottlieb: Obra Sobre PapelGalería Elvira González, MadridSolo
2009Adolph Gottlieb: SculptureMusée d'art moderne et d'art contemporain, NiceSolo
2008Adolph Gottlieb: Modern and Contemporary Spring Selections,Kin Gallery, ChicagoSolo
2008Adolph Gottlieb: Paintings from Four DecadesPaceWildenstein, 32 East 57 th Street, New YorkSolo
2008Adolph Gottlieb: Early Prints from the Adolph and Esther Gottlieb FoundationSculpture Court Ambulatory, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, OhioSolo
2007Adolph Gottlieb: Early PrintsMilwaukee Art Museum, WisconsinSolo
2006Gottlieb, escultorMuseo de Arte Contemporaneo Esteban Vicente, Segovia, SpainSolo
2005Adolph Gottlieb: 1956Charles R. Wood Gallery, Hyde Collection, Glens Falls, New York,Solo
2004Adolph Gottlieb: Pictographs 1941–1951PaceWildenstein, 32 East 57 th StreetSolo
2004Adolph Gottlieb: 1960sGalería Elvira González, Madrid,Solo
2004Adolph Gottlieb on Cape Ann: 1931–1938Mercury Gallery, BostonSolo
2003Adolph Gottlieb: Early Paintings and Works on PaperValerie Carberry Gallery, ChicagoSolo
2002Adolph Gottlieb,Wildenstein, TokyoSolo
2002Adolph Gottlieb: Prints 1939-1974,Pace/Prints, New YorkSolo
2002Vertical Moves: The Paintings of Adolph GottliebPaceWildenstein, 32 East 57 th Street, New YorkSolo
2002Adolph Gottlieb: Works on PaperAmerican Contemporary Art Gallery, MunichSolo
2002Adolph Gottlieb: ColorGalería Elvira González, MadridSolo
2004Adolph Gottlieb MonotypesMuseu d’Art Espanyol Contemporani, Palma de MallorcaSolo
2001Adolph Gottlieb: Paintings and Drawings from 1923–1941Mercury Gallery, BostonSolo
2000Adolph Gottlieb: Major PaintingsRiva Yares Gallery, Santa FeSolo
2000Adolph Gottlieb: A Survey of Prints 1940–1974Bobbie Greenfield Gallery, Santa MonicaSolo
1999Adolph Gottlieb: Paintings 1938–1973Bentley Gallery, Scottsdale, ArizonaSolo
1999Adolph Gottlieb: Pinturas 1941–1972Galería Elvira González, MadridSolo
1999Adolph Gottlieb: Works on PaperACA Galleries, MunichSolo
1998Important Works from the Adolph and Esther Gottlieb FoundationLandau Fine Art, MontrealSolo
1998Adolph Gottlieb Pictographs: A Selection from the Adolph and Esther Gottlieb FoundationMeredith Long & Company, HoustonSolo
1998Adolph Gottlieb Pictographs: A Selection from the Adolph and Esther Gottlieb FoundationM. Knoedler & Co., New YorkSolo
1997Adolph GottliebRaab Galerie, BerlinSolo
1996Adolph Gottlieb Paintings 1956–1964M. Knoedler & Co., New YorkSolo
1995Adolph GottliebACA Galleries, Munich,Solo
1995Adolph Gottlieb: Small Images from Four DecadesManny Silverman Gallery, Los AngelesSolo
1994Adolph Gottlieb: Pictograph Into BurstM. Knoedler & Co., New YorkSolo
1994Adolph Gottlieb: The Complete PrintsAssociated American Artists, New YorkSolo
1993Adolph Gottlieb: Important WorksLandau Fine Art, MontrealSolo
1992Adolph Gottlieb, The Pictographs 1942–1951Manny Silverman Gallery, Los AngelesSolo
1991Adolph Gottlieb: Epic ArtUniversity Art Gallery, Staller Center for the Arts, State University of New York, Stony BrookSolo
1990Adolph Gottlieb: Major PaintingsM. Knoedler & Co., New YorkSolo
1990Adolph Gottlieb: PaintingsHans Strelow Galerie, DüsseldorfSolo
1990Adolph Gottlieb, Works on Paper: 1966–1973Manny Silverman Gallery, Los AngelesSolo
1990Image and Reflection: Adolph Gottlieb's Pictographs and African SculptureBrooklyn Museum of ArtSolo
1989Adolph Gottlieb: A RetrospectiveHeland-Wetterling Gallery, StockholmSolo
1988Adolph Gottlieb: Horizontal PaintingsM. Knoedler & Co., New YorkSolo
1987Pictographs by Adolph GottliebM. Knoedler & Co., New YorkSolo
1986Adolph Gottlieb: PictographsKnoedler Gallery, LondonSolo
1985Adolph GottliebM. Knoedler & Company, New YorkSolo
1984Adolph Gottlieb: Bilder, Gouachen, Montypien, SkulpturenGalerie Wentzel, CologneSolo
1984Adolph Gottlieb: Works on PaperCenter for the Arts, Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PennsylvaniaSolo
1982Adolph Gottlieb: An Exhibition of Works on PaperKlonardis Inc., TorontoSolo
1982Adolph Gottlieb: Selected Works 1938M. Knoedler & Company, New YorkSolo
1980Adolph Gottlieb: Monotypes (1973–74) and Intimate Scale PaintingsKlonaridis Inc., TorontoSolo
1980Adolph Gottlieb: Large Scale Paintings 1968–1973André Emmerich Gallery, New YorkSolo
1979Adolph Gottlieb Works on PaperKlonaridis Inc., Toronto,Solo
1980Adolph Gottlieb: Paintings 1921–1956Joslyn Art Museum, OmahaSolo
1979Adolph Gottlieb: Pictographs 1941André Emmerich Gallery, New YorkSolo
1979Adolph Gottlieb: Major Works of the Fifties, Sixties, and SeventiesKlonaridis Inc., TorontoSolo
1978Adolph Gottlieb: Paintings, Works on Paper, SculptureThomas Segal Gallery, BostonSolo
1978Adolph Gottlieb: 20 Monotypes and Other Late WorksAndré Emmerich Gallery, New YorkSolo
1978Adolph Gottlieb: PictographsEdmonton Art Gallery, AlbertaSolo
1977Adolph GottliebAndré Emmerich Gallery, ZurichSolo
1977Adolph GottliebSuzanne Hilberry Gallery, Birmingham, MichiganSolo
1977Adolph Gottlieb: Paintings 1945-1974André Emmerich Gallery, New YorkSolo
1975Memorial Exhibition: Adolph GottliebAmerican Academy of Arts and Letters, New YorkSolo
1974Adolph Gottlieb 1903–1974The Museum of Modern Art, New YorkSolo
1974Adolph GottliebGertrude Kasle Gallery, DetroitSolo
1973Adolph Gottlieb Paintings 1971–1973Marlborough Godard Ltd. , TorontoSolo
1972Adolph Gottlieb: Paintings 1971–1972Marlborough Gallery, New YorkSolo
1972Adolph Gottlieb: Paintings 1959Marlborough Fine Art, LondonSolo
1971Adolph Gottlieb: Works on Paper 1970Marlborough Gallery, New YorkSolo
1971Adolph Gottlieb: Acrylics on PaperNorman MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SaskatchewanSolo
1970Adolph Gottlieb: Paintings and SculptureGertrude Kasle Gallery, DetroitSolo
1970Adolph GottliebHeath Gallery, AtlantaSolo
1970Adolph Gottlieb: SculptureUniversity of Maryland Art Gallery, College ParkSolo
1970Adolph GottliebGalleria Lorenzelli, BergamoSolo
1970Adolph GottliebMarlborough Gallery, New YorkSolo
1969Adolph Gottlieb: Tapestries, Paintings, PrintsGertrude Kasle Gallery, DetroitSolo
1968Adolph GottliebWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkSolo
1967Recent Works of Adolph GottliebArts Club of ChicagoSolo
1966Adolph GottliebHayden Gallery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, CambridgeSolo
1966Adolph Gottlieb: Twelve PaintingsMarlborough-Gerson Gallery, New YorkSolo
1964Adolph GottliebMarlborough-Gerson Gallery, New YorkSolo
1963Adolph Gottlieb: Estados Unidos da AmericaAmerican Section, VII Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo,Solo
1963Adolph GottliebWalker Art Center, MinneapolisSolo
1962Adolph GottliebSidney Janis Gallery, New YorkSolo
1961Adolph GottliebGalerie Handschin, Basel,Solo
1961GottliebGalleria dell' Ariete, MilanSolo
1960Adolph GottliebGalerie Neufville, ParisSolo
1960GottliebSidney Janis Gallery, New YorkSolo
1960Adolph Gottlieb: New PaintingsFrench and Company, New YorkSolo
1959Adolph Gottlieb: Paintings 1949–1959Institute of Contemporary Art, LondonSolo
1959Adolph GottliebPaul Kantor Gallery, Beverly HillsSolo
1959Gottlieb: École de New YorkGalerie Rive Droit, ParisSolo
1959Adolph Gottlieb: New PaintingsAndré Emmerich Gallery, New YorkSolo
1958Adolph GottliebFelix Landau, Los AngelesSolo
1958Adolph Gottlieb: New WorkAndré Emmerich Gallery, New YorkSolo
1957Adolph GottliebJewish Museum, New YorkSolo
1957Adolph GottliebHCE Gallery, Provincetown, MassachusettsSolo
1957Adolph GottliebMartha Jackson Gallery, New YorkSolo
1954A Retrospective Show of the Paintings of Adolph GottliebBennington College Gallery, VermontSolo
1954Adolph Gottlieb: An Exhibition of Recent PaintingsKootz Gallery, New YorkSolo
1953Adolph Gottlieb: New Watercolors and GouachesArea Arts Gallery, San FranciscoSolo
1953Imaginary Landscapes and Seascapes by Adolph GottliebKootz Gallery, New YorkSolo
1952Adolph GottliebKootz Gallery, New YorkSolo
1951Gottlieb: New PaintingsKootz Gallery, New YorkSolo
1950New Paintings by Adolph GottliebKootz Gallery, New YorkSolo
1949Adolph GottliebJacques Seligmann Galleries, New YorkSolo
1947Adolph Gottlieb: PictographsKootz Gallery, New YorkSolo
1947Adolph Gottlieb: New PaintingsKootz Gallery, New YorkSolo
1946Adolph Gottlieb: PrintsRose Fried, New YorkSolo
1945Pictographs of Adolph GottliebNierendorf Galleries, New YorkSolo
1945Adolph GottliebGallery 67, New YorkSolo
1944Adolph Gottlieb: DrawingsWakefield Gallery, New YorkSolo
1943Adolph Gottlieb: PaintingsArtists Gallery, New YorkSolo
1940Adolph GottliebArtists Gallery, New YorkSolo
1934Adolph GottliebTheodore A. Kohn & Son, New YorkSolo
1934Adolph GottliebUptown Gallery, New YorkSolo
1930Adolph GottliebDudensing Galleries, New YorkSolo
2014Color ShiftUniversity of California Berkeley Art MuseumGroup
2013Abstract ExpressionismMichael Rosenfeld Gallery, New YorkGroup
2013Art Across AmericaNational Museum of Korea, SeoulGroup
2013Winter Group ShowPace Gallery, 32 East 57 th Street, New YorkGroup
2013Masterpieces from the Berardo CollectionGary Nader Art Centre, MiamiGroup
2012Signs & SymbolsWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
2012MythologyThe Pace Gallery, 32 East 57 th Street, New YorkGroup
2012American Vanguards: GrahamNeuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, New YorkGroup
2012Beijing Voice: Leaving Realism BehindThe Pace Gallery, BeijingGroup
2012The Long Curve: 150 Years of Visionary Collection at the Albright-Knox Art GalleryAlbright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New YorkGroup
2012Crafting Modernism: Midcentury American Art and DesignMuseum of Arts and Design, New YorkGroup
2011Evolution in ActionMichael Rosenfeld Gallery, New YorkGroup
2011American Vanguards: GrahamSanta Barbara Museum of Art, CaliforniaGroup
2011Abstract Expressionist New York: Masterpieces from The Museum of Modern ArtArt Gallery of Ontario, TorontoGroup
2011Abstract Expressionism: Reloading the CanonMichael Rosenfeld Gallery, New YorkGroup
2011Der Blaue Reiter: JawlenskyMuseum WiesbadenGroup
2010From a Collection of Abstract Works on Paper 1946–1961Cheim & Read, New YorkGroup
2010Masters of the GestureGagosian Gallery, Beverly HillsGroup
201050 Years at PaceThe Pace Gallery, 534 West 25 th Street, New YorkGroup
2010Richard Diebenkorn in Context: 1949–1952Leslie Feely Fine Art, New YorkGroup
2010Le grand geste! Informel und Abstrakter Expressionismus 1946–1964Museum Kunst Palast, DusseldorfGroup
2010Side by Side: Oberlin’s Masterworks at the MetMetropolitan Museum of Art, New YorkGroup
2010Modern ArtJewish Museum, New YorkGroup
2010Monet and AbstractionMuseo Thyssen-Bornemisza, MadridGroup
2010Constructive Spirit: Abstract Art in South and North AmericaNewark MuseumGroup
2010Art at Colby: Celebrating the 50 th Anniversary of the Colby College Museum of ArtColby College Museum of Art, Waterville, MaineGroup
2009Intersections: The Grand Concourse at 100Bronx Museum of the ArtsGroup
2009Carl Ostendarp: Pulled UpRhode Island School of Design Museum, ProvidenceGroup
2009Beyond the Canon: Small Scale American Abstraction 1945–1965Robert Miller Gallery, New YorkGroup
2008Theater of Art XRiva Yares Gallery, Santa FeGroup
2008Sparks! The William T. Kemper Collection InitiativeNelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MissouriGroup
2008New York Cool: Painting and Sculpture from the NYU Art CollectionGrey Art Gallery, New York UniversityGroup
2008El CirculoGalería Elvira Gonzàlez, Madrid, opened January 25Group
2008From Berlin to New York: Karl Nierendorf and the GuggenheimSolomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New YorkGroup
2008CollageRussell Bowman Art Advisory, ChicagoGroup
2008Color as Field: American PaintingDenver Art MuseumGroup
2007Pathways and Parallels: Roads to Abstract ExpressionismHollis Taggart Galleries, New YorkGroup
2006New York New York: Fifty Years of ArtGrimaldi Forum, MonacoGroup
2006The Irascibles: Works on PaperCDS Gallery, New YorkGroup
2005Extreme AbstractionAlbright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, New YorkGroup
2004Summer 2004PaceWildenstein, 32 East 57 th Street, New YorkGroup
2004DialogueMercury Gallery, BostonGroup
2004Side by Side: Marvin Lazarus and the NeubergerNeuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College State University of New YorkGroup
2004Reinhardt and Contemporaries 1940 – 1950Barbara Mathes Gallery, New YorkGroup
2003Summer TravelsPaceWildenstein, 32 East 57 th Street, New YorkGroup
2003110 Years: The Permanent Collection of the Modern Art Museum of Fort WorthModern Art Museum of Fort WorthGroup
2002Collage: Abstract Expressionist and PopBarbara Mathes Gallery, New YorkGroup
2002Art of the SixtiesFred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma, NormanGroup
2002Gifts in Honor of the 125 th Anniversary of the Philadelphia Museum of ArtPhiladelphia Museum of ArtGroup
2002City LifeMercury Gallery, BostonGroup
2002Group exhibitionManny Silverman Gallery, Los AngelesGroup
2002Coming to Light: AveryM. Knoedler & Company, New YorkGroup
2002The Collector’s EyeMarguerite and James Hutchins Gallery, Gruss Center of Visual Arts, Lawrenceville School, New JerseyGroup
2002The Body Revealed: Two Hundred Years of the American NudeNew Britain Museum of American Art, ConnecticutGroup
2002PastoralMercury Gallery, BostonGroup
2002Gil “Irascibili” e la Scuola di New YorkCentro Culturale Candiani, Venice March 23–June 30Group
2002The Tigers Eye: The Art of a MagazineYale University Art Gallery, New Haven, ConnecticutGroup
2002NudesMercury Gallery, BostonGroup
2002Happy New Year!PaceWildenstein, 32 East 57 th Street, New YorkGroup
2002Vital Forms: American Art and Design in the Atomic AgeBrooklyn Museum of ArtGroup
2001Clement Greenberg: A Critic’s CollectionPortland Art Museum, OregonGroup
2001Abstraction: The Amerindian ParadigmPalais des Beaux-Arts, BrusselsGroup
2001Geometric Forms in AbstractionAmerican Contemporary Art Gallery, MunichGroup
2001Intersections: Adolph Gottlieb and Joan MiróManny Silverman Gallery, Los AngelesGroup
2000Das Gedachtnis Der Malerei / The Memory of PaintingAargauer Kunsthaus, AarauGroup
2000September SelectionsM. Knoedler & Co., New YorkGroup
2000Ten in GloucesterCape Ann Historical Museum, Gloucester, MassachusettsGroup
2000Riva Yares 2000: The First 35 YearsRiva Yares Gallery, Scottsdale, ArizonaGroup
2000Conrad Marca-Relli und der Abstrakte Expressionismus in den USAMathildenhöhe DarmstadtGroup
2000Surrealistas en el Exilio Y Los Inicios de la Escuela de Nueva YorkMuseo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, MadridGroup
2000IconsAmeringer Howard Gallery, New YorkGroup
2000Art-Worlds in Dialogue: From Gaugin to the Global PresentMuseum Ludwig, CologneGroup
1999Berardo Collection 1917–1999Centro Cultural de Belém, LisbonGroup
1999The Ten: Birth of the American Avant-GardeMercury Gallery, BostonGroup
1998Sea ChangesParrish Art Museum, Southhampton, New YorkGroup
1998The Mythmakers: Rothko and GottliebNewcomb Art Gallery, Tulane University, New OrleansGroup
1998Malerei des Amerikanisch en Abstrakten ExpressionismusPfalzgalerie, KaiserslauternGroup
1997Singular Impressions: The Monotype in AmericaNational Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C.Group
1997Dark ImagesParrish Art Museum, Southampton, New YorkGroup
1997Founders and Heirs of the New York SchoolMuseum of Contemporary Art, TokyoGroup
1997Abstract Expressionism in the United StatesCentro Cultural Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico CityGroup
1996Abstract ExpressionismISezon Museum of Art, TokyoGroup
1996A Survey of Master American PrintmakersDrabinsky and Friedland Galleries, TorontoGroup
1996American VanguardsNassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn HarborGroup
1996Rebels: Painters and Poets of the 1950sSmithsonian Institution, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.Group
1995From Omaha to Abstract Expressionism: American Artists Respond to World War IISidney Mishkin Gallery, Baruch College, New YorkGroup
19951945 The End of the WarAnnely Juda Fine Art, LondonGroup
1994Against the Stream: Milton AveryKatonah Museum of Art, New YorkGroup
1993Modern Masters: Paintings and Works on PaperAssociated American Artists, New YorkGroup
1993Abstract Expressionism: Works on PaperHigh Museum of Art, AtlantaGroup
1992Paths to Discovery: The New York SchoolSidney Mishkin Gallery, Baruch College, City University of New YorkGroup
1992From Omaha to Abstract Expressionism: American Artists' Responses to World War IIRoland Gibson Gallery, Potsdam College, State University of New YorkGroup
1992American Masters: Six Artists from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American ArtWhitney Museum of American Art at Equitable Center, New YorkGroup
1992Transforming the Western Image in 20 th Century ArtPalm Springs Desert Museum, CaliforniaGroup
1991Under the Big Top: The Circus in ArtHeckscher Museum, Huntington, New YorkGroup
1991Art of the FortiesThe Museum of Modern Art, New YorkGroup
1991Comparisons: An Exercise in LookingHirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.Group
1990Watercolors from the Abstract Expressionist EraKatonah Museum of Art, New YorkGroup
1989The Gestural Impulse 1945–1960: Selections from the Permanent CollectionWhitney Museum of American Art at Federal Reserve Plaza, New YorkGroup
1988Abstract Expressionism: Other Dimensions—An Introduction to Small Scale Painterly Abstraction in AmericaLowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Coral GablesGroup
1988Convulsive Beauty: The Impact of Surrealism on American ArtWhitney Museum of American Art at Champion, Stamford, ConnecticutGroup
1987Abstract Expressionism: The Critical DevelopmentAlbright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New YorkGroup
1987The Spontaneous Gesture: Prints and Books of the Abstract Expressionist EraNational Gallery of Australia, CanberraGroup
1987Second Stage Modernism: Art from 1945 to the PresentHood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New HampshireGroup
1987The Spiritual in Art: Abstract Painting 1890–1985Los Angeles County Museum of ArtGroup
1986Abstract Expressionist PrintsAssociated American Artists, New YorkGroup
1986Jung and Abstract Expressionism: The Collective Image Among Individual VoicesHoftsra Museum, Emily Lowe Gallery, Hoftsra University, Hempstead, New YorkGroup
1986The Interpretive Link: Abstract Surrealism into Abstract ExpressionismNewport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, CaliforniaGroup
1986CrosscurrentsGuild Hall Museum, East Hampton, New YorkGroup
1986An American Renaissance: Painting and Sculpture Since 1940Museum of Art, Fort LauderdaleGroup
1985ElementarzeichenNeue Berliner Kunstverein, BerlinGroup
1985American Abstract Painting: 1960–1980Margo Leavin Gallery, Los AngelesGroup
1985Flying Tigers: Painting and Sculpture in New YorkBell Gallery, Brown University, ProvidenceGroup
1985Primitivism in 20 th Century ArtThe Museum of Modern Art, New YorkGroup
1984Surrealism: Works on Paper from DeChirico to PollockArnold Herstand GalleryGroup
1984Adolph GottliebM. Knoedler & Co., New YorkGroup
1984An American Art: Post-World War II Painting and SculptureBirmingham Museum of Art, AlabamaGroup
1984Sculpture: The Tradition in SteelNassau County Museum of Fine Art, Roslyn Harbor, New YorkGroup
1983Paintings of the 50’s: Another LookDuke University Museum of Art, Durham, North CarolinaGroup
1983The Painterly FigureParrish Art Museum, Southampton, New YorkGroup
1983The Immortal Eight and Its Influence: The Art Students League of New YorkArt Students League, New YorkGroup
1982Chase Manhattan: The First Ten Years of CollectingHigh Museum of Art, AtlantaGroup
1982SurrealismGrey Art Gallery, New York UniversityGroup
1982Amerikanische Maleri 1930–1980Haus der Kunst, MunichGroup
1981Abstract Expressions 1930–1950Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York July 31–September 27Group
1981The Abstract Expressionists and Their PrecursorsNassau County Museum of Fine Art, Roslyn Harbor, New YorkGroup
1981La Pintura de los Estados Unidos de Museos de la Ciudad de WashingtonBellas Artes Museum, Mexico CityGroup
1980Visitors to Arizona: 1846–1980Phoenix Art MuseumGroup
1980The Painterly Print: Monotypes from the 17 th to the 20 th CenturyMetropolitan Museum of Art, New YorkGroup
1980Sign and SymbolJeffrey Fuller Fine Art, PhiladelphiaGroup
1980The Fifties: Aspects of Painting in New YorkHirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.Group
1980From the 20s through the 70s: Paintings from The Museum of Modern ArtBrooklyn MuseumGroup
1979The Big Picture ShowGrey Art Gallery, New York UniversityGroup
1979Abstract Expressionism: A Tribute to Harold RosenbergDavid and Alfred Smart Gallery, University of ChicagoGroup
1979Art from Corporate CollectionsUnion Carbide Corporation Gallery, New York May 9–30Group
1979Gloria F. Ross TapestriesMount Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, MassachusettsGroup
1979Art Inc.: A Selection of American Paintings From Corporate CollectionsMontgomery Museum of Fine Arts, AlabamaGroup
1979The New York School 1940–1960: The First Generation of Abstract ExpressionismSierra Nevada Museum of Art, RenoGroup
1979Art in America after World War IISolomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New YorkGroup
1979Drawings and Prints to Hanover CollegeHanover College, IndianaGroup
1979Grids: Formats and Image in 20 th Century ArtThe Pace Gallery, 32 East 57 th Street, New YorkGroup
1978Abstract Expressionism: The Formative YearsHerbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, IthacaGroup
1978Milton Avery and His FriendsBorgenicht Gallery, New YorkGroup
1977Eighteen Contemporary MastersUnited States Embassy, OttawaGroup
1977Aesthetics in Japanese Art: Form and ColourNational Museum of Art, OsakaGroup
1977New York: The State of ArtThe New York State Museum, AlbanyGroup
1977Etchings of the Twentieth CenturyMargo Leavin Gallery, Los AngelesGroup
1977The Calligraphic StatementSouth Dakota Memorial Art Center, BrookingsGroup
1977Provincetown Painters 1890's–1970'sEverson Museum of Art, SyracuseGroup
1976Works on Paper: American Art 1945–1975Washington Art Consortium, SeattleGroup
1976Peinture AmÈricaine en SuisseMusée d'Art et d'Histoire, GenevaGroup
1976Abstract Expressionists and Imagists: A Retrospective ViewUniversity of Texas, AustinGroup
1976Words in Action: Abstract ExpressionismHuntington Gallery, University of Texas, Austin February 1–March 28Group
1976The Collective Unconscious: American and Canadian Art 1940–1950Edmonton Art Gallery, AlbertaGroup
1976Jewish Experience in the Art of the Twentieth CenturyJewish Museum, New YorkGroup
1975Subjects of the Artist: New York Painting 1941–1947Whitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1975Inaugural ExhibitionHirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.Group
1974American Art Mid-Century INational Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.Group
19721972 Annual Exhibition: Contemporary American PaintingWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1971American Paintings and Sculpture: 1948–1969Krannert Art Museum, University of Urbana-Champaign, IllinoisGroup
1971Great American Paintings from the Boston and Metropolitan MuseumsNational Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.Group
1970Color and Field 1890-1970Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New YorkGroup
1970American Painting 1970Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, RichmondGroup
1970Abstract Painting in the 70'sMuseum of Fine Arts, BostonGroup
1970New York Painting and Sculpture: 1940–1970Metropolitan Museum of Art, New YorkGroup
1969The New American Painting and Sculpture: The First GenerationThe Museum of Modern Art, New YorkGroup
1968American Painting: The 1950sUniversity of Georgia, Museum of Art, Athens, opened September 10Group
1968American Printmaking 1670–1968Guild Hall, East Hampton, New YorkGroup
1968Paintings from the Albright-Knox Art GalleryNational Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. May 19–July 21Group
1968DadaThe Museum of Modern Art, New YorkGroup
19681967 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American PaintingWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
19681967 Pittsburgh International ExhibitionCarnegie Institute, PittsburghGroup
1967Selections from the Collections of Mr. and Mrs. Robert RowanSchool of Fine Arts, Irvine, CaliforniaGroup
196730 th Biennial ExhibitionCorcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.Group
1967White House ExhibitionSmithsonian Institute, WashingtonGroup
1967The 5 th International Biennial Exhibition of Prints in TokyoNational Museum of Modern Art, TokyoGroup
1966Abstract Expressionism: A Continuing TraditionJ.L. Hudson Gallery, DetroitGroup
1966Art of the United States 1670–1966Whitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1966Seven Decades 1865–1965: Crosscurrents in Modern Art, Public Education AssociationPublic Education Association, New YorkGroup
1966Past and PresentCorcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.Group
1966Federal Art PatronageUniversity of Maryland Gallery of Art, College ParkGroup
19661965 Annual ExhibitionWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1965New York School: The First GenerationLos Angeles County Museum of ArtGroup
1965Expressionism: Force of the FiftiesKansas City Art Institute, MissouriGroup
1964Art Since 1945Philadelphia Museum of Art, PhiladelphiaGroup
1964“Old hundred.” Selections from The Larry Aldrich Contemporary CollectionLarry Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, ConnecticutGroup
1964Between the Fairs: 25 Years of American ArtWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1964Painting and Sculpture of a Decade: 54–61Tate Gallery, LondonGroup
1964American Painting 1910 to 1960Indiana University, Fine Arts Gallery, BloomingtonGroup
1964American Painting NowInstitute of Contemporary Art, WashingtonGroup
1964Guggenheim International AwardSolomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New YorkGroup
1964Annual Exhibition 1963: Contemporary American PaintingWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1964New Directions in American PaintingMunson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, New YorkGroup
196420 th Century Master DrawingsSolomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New YorkGroup
1963Dunn International ExhibitionBeaverbrookArtGallery, Fredericton, CanadaGroup
196311 Abstract Expressionist PaintersSidney Janis Gallery, New YorkGroup
1963De A à Z 1963: 31 Peintres Amricains Choisis Par The Art Institute of ChicagoCentre Culturel Amèricain, ParisGroup
1963The Educational Alliance Art School Retrospective Art ExhibitAmerican Federation of Arts Gallery, New YorkGroup
1963Contemporary American Painting and SculptureKrannertArt Museum, University of Illinois, Champagne-UrbanaGroup
196366 th American Exhibition: Directions in Contemporary Painting and SculptureArt Institute of ChicagoGroup
1962Artisti AmericaniNotizie: Associazione Arti Figurative, Turin, Italy, opened June 8Group
196210 American PaintersSidney Janis Gallery, New YorkGroup
1962Art Since 1950Fine Arts Pavilion, World’s Fair, SeattleGroup
1962Continuity and Change: 45 American Abstract Painters and Sculptors, Wadsworth AtheneumWadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, ConnecticutGroup
1962American Painting 1962Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, RichmondGroup
1962A Selection of East and West Coast PaintersGimpel Fils, LondonGroup
1962Vanguard American PaintingAmerican Embassy, LondonGroup
19621961 Annual Exhibition: Contemporary American PaintingWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1961American Abstract Expressionists and ImagistsSolomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New YorkGroup
1961American Business and the ArtsSan Francisco Museum of ArtGroup
196110 American PaintersSidney Janis Gallery, New YorkGroup
196164 th Annual American ExhibitionArt Institute of ChicagoGroup
1960The Mysterious SignInstitute of Contemporary Arts, LondonGroup
196060 American Painters 1960Walker Art Center, MinneapolisGroup
1960An American GroupGalerie Neufville, ParisGroup
1960Business Buys American ArtWhitneyMuseum of American Art, New York. March 17–April 24Group
1960Annual Exhibition: Contemporary American PaintingWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1959Documenta IIKassel, West GermanyGroup
1959Project 1Whitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1959The Society for Contemporary American ArtArt Institute of ChicagoGroup
195920 th Biennial International Watercolor ExhibitionBrooklyn Museum of ArtGroup
1959New York and Paris: Painting in the FiftiesMuseum of Fine Arts, HoustonGroup
1959The 26 th Biennial ExhibitionCorcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.Group
1959The 1958 Pittsburgh Bicentennial International Exhibition of Painting and SculptureCarnegie Institute, PittsburghGroup
19591958 Annual Exhibition: SculptureWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1958First Biennial Inter-American Exhibition of Paintings and PrintsInstituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Mexico CityGroup
1958Brooklyn and Long Island ArtistsBrooklyn Museum of ArtGroup
1958American PaintingVirginia Museum of Fine Arts, RichmondGroup
1958Action PaintingDallas Museum of Contemporary ArtsGroup
1958Art USA: 58Art Expositions, New YorkGroup
1958Nature in AbstractionWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
195720 th Century Works of ArtUniversity of Illinois, UrbanaGroup
1957Group ExhibitionZagreb International Trade Fair, ZagrebGroup
1957Calligraphy: The Symbolic Line in the Art of Writing and in the Arts of FormFrick Fine Arts Library, University of PittsburghGroup
1957Trends in Watercolors TodayBrooklyn Museum of ArtGroup
1957Drawings by InvitationFlint Institute of Arts, MichiganGroup
1956Peintres Americains ContemporainsMusée Cantini, MarseilleGroup
1956Reunion on Lexington AvenueArtists' Gallery, New YorkGroup
19561956 Annual Exhibition: SculptureWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1956Contemporary American Painters 1950–55, ThomasW. Stanford Art GalleryThomasW. Stanford Art Gallery, Stanford UniversityGroup
1956Brooklyn Artists BiennialBrooklyn Museum of ArtGroup
19561955 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American PaintingWhitney Museum of Art, New YorkGroup
19551955 Pittsburgh InternationalCarnegie Institute, PittsburghGroup
1955The New Decade: 35 American Painters and SculptorsWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
195518 th Biennial International Watercolor ExhibitionBrooklyn Museum of ArtGroup
1955Contemporary American Painting in Honor of the American Jewish TercentenaryWilliam Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, and Mary Atkins Museum of Fine Arts, Kansas City, MissouriGroup
1955The Integration of Art and ArchitectureWhite Museum of Art, Cornell University, IthacaGroup
1955A Decade of Modern Painting and SculptureKootz Gallery, New YorkGroup
1955Contemporary American Painting and SculptureUniversity of Illinois, Champagne-UrbanaGroup
1955L'Aquarelle Contemporaine Aux Etats-UnisMusée Paul Dupuy, ToulouseGroup
1954Roy and Marie Neuberger CollectionWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
195461 st American Exhibition: Painting and SculptureArt Institute of ChicagoGroup
1954American and French Painting and SculptureKootz Gallery, New YorkGroup
1954Younger American PaintersSolomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New YorkGroup
1954A Decade of Modern Painting and SculptureKootz Gallery, New YorkGroup
19541954 Annual Exhibition: SculptureWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1954Third Annual Exhibition of Painting and SculptureStable Gallery, New YorkGroup
19531953 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American PaintingWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1953First Biennial of American Sculpture and PaintingMuseum of the CranbrookAcademy, DetroitGroup
1953Art for a SynagogueKootz Gallery, New YorkGroup
1953International Watercolor ExhibitionBrooklyn Museum of ArtGroup
19531953 Annual Exhibition of SculptureWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1953Contemporary American Painting and SculptureUniversity of Illinois, Champagne-UrbanaGroup
1953Adolph GottliebArts Club of ChicagoGroup
19532 nd AnnualStable Gallery, New YorkGroup
1952The 1952 Pittsburgh International Exhibition of Contemporary PaintingCarnegie Institute, Pittsburgh October 16–December 14Group
1952Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Roy NeubergerWalker Art Center, MinneapolisGroup
19521952 Annual Exhibition: SculptureWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1952Contemporary American PaintingUniversity of Illinois, Champagne-UrbanaGroup
1952Painters of Expressionist AbstractionsPhillips Gallery, Washington, D.C.Group
1952Regards sur la Peinture AmericaineGalerie de France, ParisGroup
1952American Vanguard Art for ParisSidney Janis Gallery, New YorkGroup
19521951 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American PaintingWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
195160 th Annual American ExhibitionArt Institute of ChicagoGroup
195116 th International Watercolor ExhibitionBrooklyn Museum of ArtGroup
1951The Intimate Media: WatercolorsKootz Gallery, New YorkGroup
19511951 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American SculptureWatercolors and Drawings , Whitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1951Contemporary American PaintingUniversity of Illinois, Champagne-UrbanaGroup
1951146 th Annual Exhibition of Painting and SculpturePennsylvania Academy of Fine ArtsGroup
19514 th Annual Exhibition of American PaintingCalifornia Palace of The Legion of Honor, San FranciscoGroup
19501950 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American PaintingWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1950American Painting 1950Walker Art Center, MinneapolisGroup
1950The Tenth Annual Exhibition of the Society for Contemporary American ArtArt Institute of ChicagoGroup
19501950 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American SculptureWhitney Museum of American ArtGroup
1950Black or WhiteKootz Gallery, New YorkGroup
1950Contemporary American PaintingUniversity of Illinois, Champagne-UrbanaGroup
19491949 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American PaintingWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1949IntrasubjectivesKootz Gallery, New YorkGroup
194915 th Biennial International Watercolor ExhibitionBrooklyn Museum of ArtGroup
19491949 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American SculptureWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1949Milestones of American Painting in Our CenturyInstitute of Contemporary Arts, BostonGroup
1949Competitive Exhibition of Contemporary American PaintingUniversity of Illinois, Champagne-UrbanaGroup
1949One Hundred and Forty-Fourth Annual Exhibition of Painting and SculpturePennsylvania Academy of Fine ArtsGroup
19493 rd Annual Exhibition of PaintingCalifornia Palace of the Legion of Honor, San FranciscoGroup
19491948 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American PaintingWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1948Eighth Annual Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture by Members of the Federation of Modern Painters and SculptorsWildenstein, New YorkGroup
1948The Sixth Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American PaintingsVirginia Museum of Fine Arts, RichmondGroup
1948Competitive Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting 1948University of Illinois, Champagne-UrbanaGroup
1948New AcquisitionsThe Museum of Modern Art, New YorkGroup
19481947 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American PaintingWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
194714 th Biennial: International Watercolor ExhibitionBrooklyn Museum of ArtGroup
1947International Exhibition of Modern ArtMusée d’art Modern, ParisGroup
1947Introduction a La Peintures Moderne AmericaineGalerie Maeght, ParisGroup
194720 th Century Still-LifesKootz Gallery, New YorkGroup
1947Twentieth Biennial ExhibitionCorcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.Group
19471947 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American SculptureWatercolors and Drawings, Whitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1947The Graphic CircleSeligmann Gallery, New YorkGroup
19471946 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American PaintingWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1946Homage to JazzKootz Gallery, New YorkGroup
1946Advancing American ArtMetropolitan Museum of Art, New YorkGroup
1946Sixth Annual Exhibition of the Federation of Modern Painters and Sculptor by the Members of the Federation of Modern Painters and SculptorsWildenstein Gallery, New YorkGroup
1946In the SunKootz Gallery, New YorkGroup
1946Building a Modern CollectionKootz Gallery, New YorkGroup
19461946 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American SculptureWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1946Directions in AbstractionBertha Schaefer Gallery, New YorkGroup
19461945 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American PaintingWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1945Autumn SalonArt of This Century, New YorkGroup
1945Fifth Anniversary Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture by Members of the Federation of Modern Painters and SculptorsWildenstein, New YorkGroup
1945A Problem for Critics67 Gallery, New YorkGroup
1945Group exhibitionPinacotheca Gallery, New YorkGroup
194513 th Biennial International Watercolor ExhibitionBrooklyn Museum of ArtGroup
1945Space67 Gallery, New YorkGroup
194440 Americans Moderns67 Gallery, New YorkGroup
19441944 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American PaintingWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1944An Exhibition of the Federation of Modern Painters and SculptorsWadsworth Atheneum, HartfordGroup
194430 PicturesMortimer Brandt Gallery, New YorkGroup
1944Some Aspects of Modern ArtNew Art Circle, New YorkGroup
19442 nd National Exhibition of Prints Made During the Current YearLibrary of Congress, Washington, D.C.Group
19442th Annual Exhibition: The Brooklyn Society of ArtistsBrooklyn Museum of ArtGroup
1944One Hundred Artists and WalkowitzBrooklyn Museum of ArtGroup
1944Abstract and Surrealist Art in United StatesCincinnati Art MuseumGroup
1943The Fifty-Fourth Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and SculptureArts Institute of ChicagoGroup
1943Third Annual Exhibition of the Federation of Modern Painters and SculptorsWildenstein Galleries, New YorkGroup
1943Group exhibitionNorlyst Gallery, New YorkGroup
1943New York Artists Painters (First Exhibition)444 Madison Avenue, New YorkGroup
1943Abstract PaintingArtist's Gallery, New YorkGroup
1943American Modern Artists: First Annual ExhibitionRiverside Museum, New YorkGroup
1942The Fifty-Third Annual Exhibition of American Paintings and SculptureArts Institute of ChicagoGroup
1942Second Annual Exhibition of the Federation of Modern Painters and SculptorsWildenstein Galleries, New YorkGroup
1941Paintings By Artists Under 40Whitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1941First Annual Exhibition of the Federation of Modern Painters and SculptorsRiverside Museum, New YorkGroup
1941Watercolors by Brooklyn ArtistsBrooklyn Museum of ArtGroup
19411940–41 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American PaintingWhitney Museum of American Art, New YorkGroup
1939Painting and Sculpture Designed for Federal BuildingsCorcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.Group
1939The TenBonestell Gallery, New YorkGroup
1938The Ten: Whitney DissentersMercury Galleries, New YorkGroup
1938The TenGeorgette Passedoit Gallery, New YorkGroup
1937The TenGeorgette Passedoit Gallery, New YorkGroup
1937Group exhibitionAmerican Artists' Congress, Radio City, New YorkGroup
1937Retrospective ExhibitionMunicipal Art Gallery, New York, opened January 13Group
1937The TenMontross Gallery, New YorkGroup
1936The TenGalerie Bonaparte, ParisGroup
1936Group exhibitionMunicipal Art Gallery, New YorkGroup
1935Group exhibitionNew School for Social Research, New YorkGroup
1935Group exhibitionGallery Secession, New YorkGroup
1935The Eighth Biennial Exhibition of Water ColorsBrooklyn Museum of ArtGroup
1935Group exhibitionGallery Secession, New YorkGroup
1935Group exhibitionGallery Secession, New YorkGroup
1934ExpressionistsUptown Gallery, New YorkGroup
1934American ModernsUptown Gallery, New YorkGroup
1934Group exhibitionUptown Gallery, New YorkGroup
1934Group exhibitionUptown Gallery, New YorkGroup
1934Paintings by Selected Young AmericansUptown Gallery, New YorkGroup
1934The Brooklyn Museum Invitational Exhibition: Paintings and Sculpture by Brooklyn and Long Island ArtistsBrooklyn Museum of ArtGroup
1933Group exhibitionIndependents Gallery, New YorkGroup
1931Group exhibitionOpportunity Gallery, New YorkGroup
1929Group exhibitionOpportunity Gallery, New YorkGroup
1929Group exhibitionOpportunity Gallery, New YorkGroup