Curatorial Projects

Uncharted: American Abstraction in the Information Age
Emily Lowe Gallery
Hofstra University Museum
January 28 – June 19, 2020
Uncharted catalog

Blurring Boundaries: The Women of AAA, 1936 – present
Virginia Anderson, Curator of American Art and Department Head of American Painting & Sculpture and Decorative Arts at the Baltimore Museum of Art, and curator of By Their Creative Force: American Women Modernists, currently on view at the Baltimore Museum of Art
Emily Berger, Artist and AAA Member
Rebecca DiGiovanna, curator of the traveling exhibition, Blurring Boundaries: The Women of American Abstract Artists, 1936 – present
Creighton Michael, Artist and AAA Member
Nancy Princenthal, author of Agnes Martin: Her Life and Art, and Unspeakable Acts: Women, Art and Sexual Violence in the 1970’s
Karen Wilkin, independent curator and art critic, author of numerous publications on such artists as Katherine Bradford, Stuart Davis, Helen Frankenthaler and Hans Hofmann
Joanne Mattera, Artist and AAA Member

Creighton Michael’s introductory presentation, A Brief History of American Abstract Artists and the Women Who Helped to Make it

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The Art of Rube Goldberg
The Art of Rube Goldberg explores the legendary career of Rube Goldberg (1883-1970), one of the most celebrated and influential cartoonists of all time. Marking the first comprehensive retrospective exhibition of Goldberg’s work since 1970, The Art of Rube Goldberg chronicles all aspects of the artist’s seventy-two year career, from his earliest published drawings and iconic inventions to his Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoons and beyond.
The Art (Hand) of Rube Goldberg
Rube Goldberg: A Lot of Moving Pieces on “Newsmakers”

Pencil Pushed
Exploring Process and Boundaries in Drawing
Challenging the traditional role of drawing, these artists have refined their unique processes while expanding the parameters of this discipline.  For the purposes on this show, the word pencil represents drawing and its activities.
Pencil Pushed Catalogue

Mutual Muses: The Collaborative Life of James Seawright and Mimi Garrard
Mutual Muses is a two-person exhibition featuring works by Garrard and Seawright. Garrard and Seawright are working artists who have been since 1960, and their works and lives have inspired each other throughout their creative careers. The exhibition displays an interwoven story of Garrard’s works, and also how Garrard inspired and worked with Seawright, and a story of Seawright’s works, and how Seawright inspired and worked with Garrard, and along the way we have collaborative works they created together. This interconnectivity of their relationship is conveyed in the title Mutual Muses.
Mutual Muses