Queens College Art Center
Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library, 6th Floor

 

 

1988-1989 to 1998-1999 Art Center Exhibitions             

 

 

 

1998-1999

 

      Anthropology in Art: A Viewer’s Perspective.  A juried art exhibition sponsored by The Anthropology Museum of the People of New York.  Curated by Margaret Kyrkostas.  July 20 – September 3, 1999.

 

      Rosemarie Beck: Paintings.  A Retrospective.  Co-sponsored by the Department of Art.  April 29 – July 16, 1999.

 

      Hector García: Photographs.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  March 17 – April 23, 1999. 

 

      Lojze Logar: Paintings and Graphic Work.  Co-sponsored by the Consulate General of Slovenia, New York.  February 11 – March 12, 1999.

 

      The Five Minute Challenge: Six Explore the Human Form.  Arbesfeld, Grossman, Kotik, Narsu, Sawyer, Trigoboff.  Group exhibition.  December 17, 1998February 5, 1999. 

 

      La Antigua Guatemala: Fotografías de Yas y Noriega / Photographs by Yas and Noriega.   Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  Supported, in part, by the Office of the President, by the Division of the Arts and Humanities, and by the Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures.  November 16 – December 11, 1998.

 

      Alena Ort: Portable Zen Gardens and Other Sculptures in Stone, Metal, Clay, and Neon.  Supported, in part, by the Czech Center, New York.  October 15 – November 11, 1998.

 

      Armando Belmontes Ruiz: Obra gráfica / Prints.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  Supported, in part, by the Office of the President, by the Division of the Arts and Humanities, and by the Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures.  September 9 – October 9, 1998./

 

 

 

1997-1998

 

      Ellen Mandelbaum: Painting & Glass Art.  April 30 – July 13, 1998.

 

      Francesc Català-Roca: Photographs 1950s – 1980s / Fotografías años 50-80.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  Supported, in part, by the Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures.  March 17 – April 24, 1998.

 

      Jane Culp: Landscape Paintings and Drawings.  January 28 – March 12, 1998.

 

      Angel Aragonés: Drawings, Prints, and Mixed Media.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  Supported, in part, by the Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures.  November 19 – December 23, 1997.

 

      Ramón Zabalza: Gypsies Portrayed. Photographs.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  Supported, in part, by the Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures.  October 10 – November 14, 1997.

 

      The Children's Bridge Has Not Been Destroyed:  An Exhibition of 160 Drawings by Children Refugees from Croatia and Bosnia.  Curated by Emil-Robert Tanay, Academy of Fine Arts, University of Zagreb, Croatia.  Co-sponsored by the Office of the President, the Office of the Dean, Division of Arts and Humanities, and the Art Department.  Klapper Hall Student Gallery, September 29 - October 31, 1997.   Accompanied by a public lecture by the curator.

      Catalogue. 

      As Visiting Professor in the Department of Art, the guest curator taught a series of Watercolor Workshops, and presented a public lecture.

      Resulted in faculty exchange offer for Queens College art faculty with the Summer School of the Zagreb University Academy of Fine Arts (an international program with the participation of the Northern Illinois De Kalb University and the Tilburg Academy of Fine Arts, the Netherlands, on the Croatian island of Hvar), 1998-

 

      Ganer: It Happened in New York in the Borough of Queens (Works on Paper & Mixed Media).  September 2 – October 6, 1997.

 

 

 

1996-1997

 

      Eduardo Gil: Photographs / Fotografías.   Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  Supported in part by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Argentina.  Accompanied by the artist’s slide lecture on the history of photography in Argentina.  June 12 – August 7, 1997.

 

      Jolyon Hofsted: 30 Years at Queens College (ceramics and mixed media).  Co-sponsored by the Department of Art.  April 28 - June 6, 1997. 

      Catalogue:  Jolyon Hofsted: The New York Years, 1963 to 1997.  Introd. by Ron Mehlman.  New York: Gilmore Press, 1997.  24 p., illus.

 

      In the Eye of Lisa Deloria Weinblatt: Figurative Paintings and Drawings.  Co-sponsored by the Graduate Student Visiting Artist Council of the Art Department.  March 12 – April 16, 1997. 

 

      Cynthia Hawkins: Selected Works 1990-96 (paintings).  January 29 – March 6, 1997.

 

      Juan Alcázar: A Print Retrospective.  Oaxacan Magic Realism / Realismo mágico Oaxaqueño.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  November 20 – December 30, 1996.

 

      Krystyna Sanderson: Masks, Landscapes from the Past & Places of Light (black & white and sepia-toned photographs).  November 20 – December 30, 1996.

 

      Wolfgang Hohenwallner.  Open Your Window: Works on Paper 1994-95.   Works on Canvas 1992-95.  In association with the Austrian Cultural Institute, New York.  October 9 – November 15, 1996. 

      Catalogue:  “open your window”: W. Hohenwallner.  German and English.  Foreword by Dr. R. Mattes.  [100] p., illus. 

 

      José Guadalupe Posada & Leopoldo Méndez: Two Masters of Mexican Printmaking / Dos maestros de la gráfica mexicana.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  September 3 – October 4, 1996.

 

 

 

1995-1996

 

      Jack Delano: Fotografías de Puerto Rico: 1940s y 1980s / Photographs of Puerto Rico: 1940s & 1980s.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.   June 19 – August 8, 1996.

 

      Michael Boyer/Special Glaze Effects.  Harold Bruder/The Boyer Pots (Paintings).  In association with the Art Department.  May 2 – June 12, 1996.

 

      Angela Biancofiore: Maps and No Territories (Paintings).  Curated by Peter Carravetta.  Co-sponsored by the Department of European Languages and Literatures.  Accompanied by a slide presentation “The Making of Art Today” and discussion with the artist and curator.  April 1 – 26, 1996.

 

      John Cohen, Ed Grazda, Javier Silva Meinel.  Andean Light: Photographs of Peru / Luz andina: Fotografías del Perú.   Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.   March 1 – 28, 1996.

 

      Prints from Mexico: Elizabeth Catlett and Francisco Mora.   Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.   January 29 – February 27, 1996.

 

      Tony Velez.  Historic Brooklyn, Newark, and a Portrait of the Latino Community: A Personal View (Photographs).  November 2 – December 22, 1995.

 

      Melitón Rodríguez (1875-1942):  Photographs of Medellín, Colombia / Fotografías de Medellín, Colombia.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  August 29 - October 26, 1995.

 

 

 

1994-1995

 

      Alicia Ahumada and David Maawad: Photographs from Mexico / Fotografías de México.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  July 17 – August 10, 1995. 

 

      Lenore Seroka: imag-inations.  June 14 – July 11, 1995.

 

      Louis Finkelstein: Recent Paintings.  In association with the Art Department.  May 11 – June 9, 1995.

 

      Robert Kenny: Family Album (Paintings).  April 10 – May 8, 1995.

 

      Libby Seaberg.  Private Papers: A Decade of Drawings.  March 6 – April 4, 1995.

 

      Cien años de fotografía argentina / One Hundred Years of Photography in Argentina, 1890-1990.  Organized in association with La Azotea (Buenos Aires), and Sarà Facio.  Co-curated by Sarà Facio and Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.   January 30 – February 28, 1995.

 

      National League of American Pen Women, Inc.: Recent Works, Queens-Nassau Branch.   Group exhibition.  December 12, 1994 – January 25, 1995.

 

      Brian Fee: Constructed Paintings.  November 7 – December 7, 1994.

 

      Leo Matiz: Visión de un continente / Vision of a Continent.  Fotografías / Photographs.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  With support of Alejandra Matiz.  October 3 – November 2, 1994.  

 

      Guillermo Kahlo: Fotógrafo de monumentos / Photographer of Monuments.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  August 29 – September 27, 1994.

 

 

 

1993-1994

 

      Mario Murúa: Canimagen / Devourer of Images.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.   July 25 – August 18, 1994.

 

      Carlos Mérida: Obra gráfica de los años ’40 y ’50 / Prints from the 1940s and 1950s.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  June 27 – July 21, 1994. 

         

      Angela Petruso: Imágenes de México / Images of Mexico.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.   March 3 – 31, 1994. 

 

      Sebastián Rodríguez: Los mineros-campesinos de Morococha, Perú / The Peasant Miners of Morococha, Peru (photographs).  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.   January 31 – February 25, 1994

 

      Five Decades of Puerto Rican Posters: Celebrating the Quincentennial Encounter.  A Meeting of Two Worlds / El Encuentro de Dos Mundos.  November 19, 1493 – November 19, 1993.  From the collection of Lydia Espada Last and Jerry Last.  October 1 – 30, 1993.

 

      Abel Briquet: Imágenes de México de fines del siglo XIX / Late Nineteenth-Century Images of Mexico.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.   August 30 – September 28, 1993. 

 

 

 

1992-1993

 

      Contemporary Spanish Prints from the Collection of Jerald R. Green / Obra gráfica contemporánea española de la colección de Jerald R. Green.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.   July 14 – August 5, 1993.

 

      Carel Blazer: Dutch Photojournalist. Photographs of the Spanish Civil War / Fotoperiodista holandés. Fotografías de la Guerra Civil Española.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  Organized with the cooperation of the Stichting Fotoarchief Maria Austria, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and the Consulate General of the Netherlands in New York.  June 9 – July 8, 1993.

 

      Anna Bisso: Paintings, Drawings, and Mixed Media.  Accompanied by a public lecture by the artist.  Co-sponsored by the Art Department.  May 5 - June 4, 1993.

 

      Elias Friedensohn: Airports and Escapes; Paintings and Drawings, 1987-1991.  A Commemorative Exhibition.  Curated by A. Robert Birmelin.  In association with the Art Department and the Godwin-Ternbach Museum at Queens College.  Accompanied by a public lecture by the curator.  March 31 – April 30, 1993.  Catalogue:  Text by A. Robert Birmelin.  New York: Queens College, 1993.  [12] p., illus. 

 

      Hans Namuth: Los Todos Santeros: Fotografías de Guatemala / Los Todos Santeros: Photographs from Guatemala.   Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  March 2 – 26, 1993.

 

      Luisella Carretta: Natural Writings / Scritture naturali.  Co-sponsored by the Blacker Wood Library of Biology,  McGill University, Montréal; Elsag Bailey, New York; and the Istituto Italiano di Cultura, New York.  Accompanied by a public lecture by the artist.  February 2 – 26, 1993.

 

      Greenbriar Workshop: Recent Works.  Carol Ahlbrand, Sylvia Arbesfeld, Elaine Feldman, Naomi Grossman, Judy Henry, Shirley Kotik, Harriette Mortman, Malati Narsu, Alice Sawyer, Jean Stein, Fran Urdang, Dolores Weiner.   Curated by Malati Narsu and Naomi Grossman.  December 10, 1992 - January 22, 1993. 

 

      Pier Paolo Pasolini: A Retrospective.  Co-sponsored by the Istituto Italiano di Cultura, New York, and the Gabinetto Scientifico Letterario G.P. Vieusseux, Florence, with the support of the Banca Toscana di Firenze.   Accompanied by a symposium and multiple showings of the artist's films.  November 4 – December 4, 1992. 

      Catalogue:  Drawings and Paintings by Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1941-1975 / Disegni e dipinti di Pier Paolo Pasolini, 1941-1975.  English and Italian.  Florence: Gabinetto Scientifico Letterario G.P. Vieusseux, 1992.  Introd. by Giulio Carlo Argan.  40] p., illus.

 

      Lois Polansky: Bookworks.  November 2 – 30, 1992.

 

      Augustín Víctor Casasola: Photographs of the Mexican Revolution / Fotografías de la Revolución Mexicana.   Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  Co-sponsored by the Fototeca of the Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Pachuca (Estado de Hidalgo), México.  October 1 – 30, 1992.

 

      Yvonne Mills: Painting on Porcelain.  Curated by Nancy Falcon.  September 1 – 30, 1992.

 

      Diane Atkatz: Paintings.  August 31 – September 25, 1992.

 

 

 

1991-1992

 

      Laura González, Salvador Lutteroth, Jesus Sánchez Uribe: Three Mexican Photographers  / tres fotógrafos mexicanos.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  July 21 – August 21, 1992.

 

      Sue Collier: Recent Works (paintings).  June 8 - July 15, 1992.

 

      Eva Ludwig: Sculptures.  May 19 – June 3, 1992.

 

      Eva Fuka: Photographs.  May 5 – June 3, 1992.

      Catalogue:  New York: Queens College Art Center, 1992.  [16] p., illus. 

 

      Joseph Pecsenke: Theatrical Works.  April 1 – 30, 1992.

 

      Herb Seliger: Biblical Dreams and Landscapes.  March 2 – 27, 1992.

 

      Maria Reyes Fee: Turning to the Next Page.  February 3 – 28, 1992.

 

      Marvin Bileck, Emily Nelligan: Prints and Drawings.  January 27 – February 26, 1992.

 

      Women in the Arts: Paintings & Paperworks.  Dina Gustan Baker, Deborah Beck, Gaye Elise Beda, Lore Behrendt, Anna Bisso, Erin Butler, Linda Butti, Mell Cohen, Roberta Crown, Grace Delahunt, Alice Jett, Geraldine Krieger, Helen Levin, Mary McKinley-Hass, Sari Menna, Sassona Sakel Norton, Seka Owen, Estelle Pascoe, Alice Phillips, Elysa D. Rice, Beatrice Rubel, Ann R. Shapiro, Olga Sheirr, Jacqueline Skiles, Helaine Soller, Cindy Wagner, Joyce Weinstein, Rose Weinstock, Miriam Wills, Faith-Dorian Wright, Jean Zaleski.  Women in the Arts Foundation, Inc.  December 11, 1991 – January 21, 1992.

 

      Arte Debole / Weak Art: Installations by Renato Alpegiani, Luigi Antinucci, Renato Ghiazza, Gian Carlo Pagliasso.  Curated by Peter Carravetta.  Co-sponsored by a group of Italian institutions in collaboration with Stux Gallery, New York.  Included site-specific installations.  Accompanied by a public lecture, and a panel discussion by the curator and the artists.  November 4 – December 4, 1991.  

      Catalogue:  Metapsychosis. Arte debole = Weak Art.  Texts by Robert C. Morgan and Peter Carravetta.  New York: Queens College Art Center, in collaboration with Stux Gallery, 1991.  [24] p., illus.

 

      Bruno Forel: An American Journey – 1939 (photographs).  October 7 - November 1, 1991.

 

      Marta Povo: Inorgànic-Orgànic: Fotografies / Inorganic-Organic: Photographs. Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  October 2 – 31, 1991.

         

      Romualdo García (1852-1930) Retratista de Guanajuato / Portraitist of Guanajuato.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  Organized with the cooperation of the Museo Regional de Guanajuato-Alhóndiga de Granaditas, Guanajuato, México, and the Mexican Cultural Institute of New York (Consulate General of Mexico).  September 3 – 27, 1991.

 

 

 

1990-1991

 

      Andrea Davis: Photographs from Jamaica and Nancy Bareis: Photographs: Feasts, Fairs & Festivals.   July 22 - August 28, 1991.

 

      Lynn Leinwohl: Paintings.  June 5 – July 17, 1991.

 

      José Hernández Quero: Ecos de Granada.  Grabados y Dibujos / Echoes of Granada.  Prints and Drawings.   Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  Co-sponsored by a group of Spanish institutions.  May 6 – 31, 1991. Catalogue:  Hernández Quero: Prints and Designs.  Introd. by Manuel Alvar.  New York: Queens College Art Center, 1991.  [16] p., illus.

 

      Karen Erla: Works on Paper.  April 3 – May 1, 1991. 

 

      The Popular Graphics Workshop: Prints from Mexico from the Collection of Jerald R. Green / El Taller de Gráfica Mexicana de la colección de Jerald R. Green.   Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  March 5 – 29, 1991.

 

      Sylvia Baron: Computer Graphics.  A New Direction in Art.  February 4 – March 1, 1991. 

 

      Janet Lage: Between Something & Nothing. Recent Works.  February 1 – 28, 1991.

 

      Alliance of Queens Artists: Multi-Media Juried Exhibition.   December 5, 1990 – January 25, 1991.

 

      Eleanor Magid: Growing Space.  Paintings, Prints, Computer Art.  November 5 - 30, 1990. 

 

      Two Colombian Artists: Victor Maya: Sculptures.  Gustavo Kaxtaño: Paintings. / Dos artistas colombianos: Victor Maya: Esculturas.  Gustavo Kaxtaño: Pinturas.  .  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  November 5 – 30, 1990.

 

      Jacqueline Heer: An Exhibit of Recent Work.  Constructions on Paper, Laser-Manipulated Color Prints.  October 3 – 31, 1990. 

 

      Calligrapher at Work: An Exhibition of Calligraphy by Christopher Calderhead.  October 3 - 31, 1990.

 

      J. Laurent: Fotografías en la España del siglo XIX / Nineteenth-Century Photography in Spain.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  September 4 – 28, 1990.

 

 

 

1989-1990

 

      Manuel Villariño: Bestiary, 1983-1987 / Bestiario, 1983-1987 (photographs).  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  July 23 – August 31, 1990.

 

      Sally Friedman: Recent Paintings and Ingeborg Smedresman: New York Views.  June 4 – July 13, 1990.

 

      Sidney Kerner: New York City Photographs, 1937-1990.  May 1 – 31, 1990.

      Reviewed by Andy Grundberg in the Arts and Leisure Section of the Sunday New York Times, May 20, 1990.

 

      Fernando Bellver: “Post Pop” Prints, 1984-1989 / Grabados “Post Pop”, 1984-1989.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  April 2 – 27, 1990.

 

      Paul Marks: Progressions.  Painted, Sculpted, Photo-Environments; and Paintings.  March 5 – 30, 1990.

 

      Eduard Olivella: The Art of Light: Photographs / L’art de la llum: Fotografies.   Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  January 28 – February 28, 1990. 

      Catalogue:  English and Catalan.  Barcelona: Generalitat de Catalunya, Departament de Cultura, 1990.  [45] p., illus.

 

      Helen Benz Schiavo: A Memorial Exhibition.  Co-sponsored by The Godwin-Ternbach Museum at Queens College and the Department of Art.  December 4, 1989 – January 26, 1990.

      Catalogue:  Introd. by Marilyn L. Simon, text by Anthony Schiavo.  New York: Godwin-Ternbach Museum at Queens College, 1989.  [16] p., illus.

 

      Ana María Soto: Series Dance – Tango.  Mixed Techniques.   Supported, in part, by The Philip Morris Companies, Inc., and the Schieffelin & Somerset Co.  November 13 – December 22, 1989.

 

      Francisco Alvarez: Roots of Castile: Prints / Raíces de Castilla: Grabados.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  November 1 – 30, 1989.

 

      Esther Krichevsky: Gyotaku.  The Japanese Art of Fish Printing.  October 3 – 31, 1989.

 

      Gary Gumpert: Public Places, Private Thoughts.  Photographs.  October 2 – 27, 1989.

 

      Yolanda Christian: Tree of Life.  Paintings, Drawings, and Prints.  September 4 – 29, 1989.

 

 

 

1988-1989

 

      Dennis Crockett: Paintings.  July 19 – August 25, 1989.

 

      Alfonso: Photojournalist of Madrid / Fotoperiodista de Madrid.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  June 5 – July 13, 1989.

 

      Roberta Crown: Paintings 1980s.  May 3 – 31, 1989.

 

      Gabriella Peggion Zolezzi: Dipinti 1985-88 / Paintings 1985-1988.  April 3 – 28, 1989.

 

      Joan Fontcuberta.  Science and Fiction (photographs) / Ciència i Ficció (fotografies).  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  March 6 – 31, 1989.

 

      Joan Giordano: Paintings and Paper Sculpture.  February 1 – March 2, 1989.

 

      Mariana Yampolsky: Eternal Mexico: Photographs / México Eterno: Fotografías.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  December 1, 1988 – January 27, 1989.

 

      Linda Levin: Quilts.  November 1 – 30, 1988.

 

      The Surrealist Vision of Federico Castellón: Drawings and Prints / La Visión Surrealista de Federico Castellón: Dibujos y Grabados.  Curated by Jerald R. Green, Spanish and Latin American Art.  October 3 – 28, 1988.

 

      Gerald Hahn: A Memorial Exhibition.  Co-sponsored by The Godwin-Ternbach Museum at Queens College and the Department of Art.  September 1 – 30, 1988.

      Catalogue.

     

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