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Curriculum Vitae*


studios: Santa Fe, NM / New York City


Selected Solo Exhibitions


2018     Galerie Jürgen Richter, Frankfurt, Germany​

2012     New Mexico Highlands University, Burris Hall Gallery, Las Vegas, New Mexico

2011     Standard Art & Antiques; a Pop-Up at the Railyard with Axle Contemporary, Santa Fe, New Mexico

2009     Galerie J​ürgen Richter, Frankfurt, Germany

2004     “Stories Retold”, Box Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico

              "Words in the Dust”, Phil Place, with B. Besold, Santa Fe, New Mexico

1999     “The Pulling of the Threads”, The Newark Museum, Newark, New Jersey

1998     “Diary of a Mad Housewife”, Gallery One Twenty Eight, New York City

                        Labyrinth Gallery, Bureau of Art Exhibitions, Lublin, Poland

1996     “Chicken Little”, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee

              “The Birthday Party”, Dieu Donne Gallery, New York City

1995     Goethe Institute, Mexico City, Mexico

              “My Father’s List”, Yeshiva University Museum, New York City

                        Ricardo Flores Magon Cultural Center, Oaxaca, Mexico

1994     Cunneen-Hackett Gallery, Poughkeepsie, New York

1991     Galeria Taxco-Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Montetaxco, Guerrero, Mexico

1990     R.J. Fryer Gallery, New York City

              Stephen Haller Gallery, New York City


Curatorial Projects


2011     “Getting Real; Saying Something”, Studio Two, Santa Fe, New Mexico

2005     “Curious Ephemera”, Oaxaca  Museum, Oaxaca, Mexico

1998     Performance Night, Gallery One Twenty Eight, New York City

1995     “After Fifty Years”, Tweed Gallery at City Hall, New York City;

1993     “Repair Work”, The Lobby Gallery at Deutsche Bank, New York City;

              “Sculpture Addressing Social Issues Within the Corporate Context“


Selected Group Exhibitions


2017     “Naturally A Book”, ILDE, Barcelona, Spain                                                                                   

2015     Peters Projects, Santa Fe, NM cur: Axle Contemporary

2014     “Tools as Jewels”, Axle Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM

              “End of Days”, Santa Fe Community Convention Center Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

2013     5th International Artist Book Exhibition;  King St. James Museum; Hungary

2012     “Odes & Offerings”, cur: Joan Logghe, Santa Fe Convention Center, New Mexico

             WBAI NYC, Benefit Exhibit, Rush Gallery, New York

              “Borderlines: Non-Rational Narratives”, Axle Contemporary, Santa Fe, New Mexico

              “Exchange with Sol LeWitt”, Mass MOCA, N. Adams, MA

             Axle Contemporary, Santa Fe, New Mexico

2010     “Subversive Stitching”, Through the Flower Foundation, Belen, New Mexico

                       curators: Judy Chicago, founder & Laura Addison

              “The Last Book”, Zentralbibliothek, Zurich, Switzerland, cur: Luis Camnitzer

2009     The Building, e-flux Reading Room, Berlin, Germany

              “Revision”, Artists Space, NYC, Platform Garanti Contemporary Art, Istanbul, Turkey

2007     “Here & There: Stories of Immigration”, New Bedford, Massachusetts

2006     “Art from Detritus VII”, Fairleigh Dickenson U.  Hackensack, New Jersey

2005     “DeLibris, The Book Transformed”, El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, New Mexico

              “Baroque and Neo-Baroque”, Contemporary Art Centre, Salamanca, Spain

              “Art from Detritus, VI”, cur: Vernita N Cognita, New York City

2004     “A Sense of Place”, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, Colorado

              “Archival/Ephemeral”, Gallery Zipp, Valencia, New Mexico

              “Biennial 8” Museum of Contemporary Art, Fort Collins, Colo.

2003     “Accessibility 2003-From the Outside In”, Sumter, South Carolina

              “Happiness and Pretence”, Bibliotheque Gabrielle-Roy, Quebec, Canada

2002     Galerie Beate Kollmeier, Essen, Germany

2001     BWAC  Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, Brooklyn, New York

              “Dumbo Double Deuce”, New York City

              International Museum dell Immagine, Belvedere Ostrense, Italy

              “The Art of Torture & Executions“, National Center for Contemporary Art, Kaliningrad, Russia

              “The Pioneer Loft Show“, The Puffin Room,  New York City            

2000     “From Lake Erie to Now”, Islip Art Museum, Long Island, New York

              “Bulgaria, N.Y.”, The Elizabeth Foundation, New York City

              “Palimpsest”, The Chelsea Gallery, West Carolina University, Asheville, North Carolina

1999     Museum of Silence, Kasteel Nemerlaer, Haaren, The Netherlands

1998     “Liquidation,” Gallery One Twenty Eight, New York City

             “Owning Each Other,“ Center for Theology and the Arts, Andover, Newton, Massachusetts

1997     Annual Small Works Exhibit, P.S. 122, New York City

              Museum of Contemporary Art Downtown, Los Angeles, California

1996     “Reigning Cats & Dogs,“ Dieu Donne Gallery, New York City

              Artists Museum, Lodz, Poland

              “4:45 a.m.", Paramount Gallery, Long Island University, New York City

              “The Dark Garden,“ ONE MAIN Sculpture Space, New York City

1995     “File #1- Conceptual Documents",“473 Broadway Gallery, New York City

              “Women on the Verge/Fluxus & Not,“ cur: Robert C. Morgan,

                       Elga Wimmer Gallery, New York City

              “Once is Not Enough,“ SUNY Institute of Tech., Utica, New York

1994     “In the Spell of Silence,“ Stichting Het Stiltemuseum, Amsterdam

1993     “Knowledge,“ Friedhelm Schultz Art Museum, Einbeck, Germany

1992     Robert Morrison Gallery, New York City

              “Office Art,“ The Ridge Street Gallery, New York City

              “New York Artists,“ Galbraith Gallery, Lexington, Kentucky

1991     “Future Material,“ installation,  Bronx, New York


Selected Publications


Jan Adlemann, “Stitching the Image”, New York Arts Magazine, New York City, Nov. 04

Zane Fisher, “Who Needs Louise?“ The Santa Fe Reporter, SFR Picks, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Gregory J. Pleshaw, “Words in the Dust”, THE Magazine, Santa Fe, New Mexico

“Outstanding Intellectuals in the 21st Century”, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England, 2004

Who's Who in America, 2001- Present, Marquis Who's Who, New Providence, New Jersey

Lawrence Van Gelder, “Comrades in Culture”, The New York Times

Joel Silverstein, “Elements 2000”, Sculpture Magazine, March 2001

Who's Who in American Art, 24th edition, 2001-2, Marquis Who's Who, New Providence, New Jersey

Herbert Reichert, “Elements 2000”, Review Magazine, NYC, March 1, 2000

Dan Bishoff, “The Pulling of the Threads”, The Star-Ledger, New Jersey

William Zimmer, “Grappling With the Effects of Evil”, The New York Times

Christine Temin, “Art that Venerates…“ Boston Globe, March 28, 1998

Emil Seles, “Under the Floorboards”, Labyrinth Gallery, Lublin, Poland, curatorial essay, 1998

Jane Ingram Allen, Borg Internet Services, November 1998

Paul Wasserman, “After 50 Years/City Hall”, Cyberstudio/Art, July 1997

Robert C. Morgan, “4:45 a.m.”, curatorial essay, New York City, 1996

Helen A. Harrison, “Of Urban Landscapes…”, The New York Times, 1995

Michael Behen, “Bearing Witness in Solemn Achromatics”, New York City

November 11, 1994. p.11

Robert Atkins, “Artworkplace”, The Village Voice, 1993

Kim Levin, Art, The Village Voice, NYC, 1993

Oscar Gutierrez Dominguez, “Thelma Mathias Expone en Galería Taxco”, El Diario de Taxco, México 1991


Selected Collections


King St. James Museum, Hungary

Mark DiSuvero, New York City

Linda Durham, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Museum of Modern Art/Franklin Furnace Artists Book Collection, N.Y.C.

Galerie Analix  Forever, Geneva

Poets House, New York City

Banff Centre Library, Alberta, Canada

Hewlett Packard Corporation, Palo Alto, California

Cabrini Hospice, New York City

Bibliothèque d'Art et d'Archéologie, Geneva

Oppenheimer Capital Corp., World Financial Center, NYC

Bank America Corporation, San Francisco, California

Stadtisches Museum, Haus Koekkoek, Kleve, Germany



NEA Grant work/study in theatre design, New York City

New York University , MFA., New York City

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan; BFA.

H.S. of Music and Art, New York City

* This is an abridged document. The full version is available upon request.

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