Art-Science Calendar of Events NYC


This calendar is an initiative of the Art Science Observatory, in collaboration with SciArt in America, Beautiful Brain, Ligo projects, Dactyl Foundation and other art/science organizations.

Judy Glantzman, Bio

Dactyl Projects

2009 April 1 -25 “Thirty-Year Retrospective

2003 September 13 – October 31 “Paintings, Monoprints & Drawings”

2001 April 7- May 21, “Paintings & Drawings”

1998 September 17 – October 31 “One Painting & Drawings”

Bio
1956 Born in Long Island, NY
B.F.A. in painting, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI
The artist lives and works in New York City

Solo Exhibitions

2009 Judy Glantzman: Paintings and Drawings, A 30 Year Retrospective, Dactyl Foundation, New York, NY
2008 Judy Glantzman, Betty Cuningham Gallery, New York, NY
2007 Judy Glantzman, Pennsylvania College of Art and Design, Lancaster, PA
2006 Judy Glantzman, Betty Cuningham Gallery, New York, NY
2003 Monoprints, Dactyl Foundation for the Arts and Humanities, New York, NY
2001 Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, New York
Drawings, Dactyl Foundation for the Arts and Humanities, New York, NY
2000 Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY
Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago, IL
1999 Hester Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
1998 Dactyl Foundation for the Arts and Humanities, New York, NY
1997 Hirschl and Adler Modern, New York, NY
1996 Jan Baum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1995 Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY
Harley Baldwin Gallery, Aspen, CO
1994 Paintings, BlumHelman Gallery, New York, NY
1993 Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY
1990 Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY
1989 St. Mary’s College, Baltimore, MD
1988 Kuntsverein Anna, Anna, Germany
Carol Getz Gallery, Miami, FL
da entlang galerie, Dortmund, Germany
Solo Exhibitions (continued)
1987 Special Project, Institute for Art and Urban Resources, P.S. 1, Long Island City, NY
Gross McCleaf Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
1986 da entlang galerie, Dortmund, Germany
1985 Grace Mansion Gallery, New York, NY
Glantzman Cuts Up Her Friends, Steven Adams Gallery, New York, NY
Harris Samuel Gallery, Coral Gables, FL
1984 Civilian Warfare, New York, NY
Anna Friebe Gallery, Cologne, Germany
Saint Peter’s Church, Citicorp Center, New York, NY
1983 Civilian Warfare Gallery, New York, NY
Fashion Moda Gallery, Bronx, NY

Selected Group Exhibitions

2008 EV/LES a retrospective, Varga Gallery, Woodstock, NY
Good Doll, Bad Doll, Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA
2007 Mother, May I?, The LGBT Community Center, New York, NY
2006 Wild Women, 55 Mercer Gallery, New York, NY
2005 Who We Are: The Figure in the 21st Century, The Upstairs Gallery, Tyron, NC
Twelve Contemporary Americans, CDS Gallery, New York, NY
Who We Are: The Figure in the 21st Century, Upstairs Gallery, Tryon, NC
2004 East Village USA, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY
Drawing Modern, Works From the Agnes Gund Collection, The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
The Reflected/Refracted Self, Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago, IL
The Print Show, Exit Art, New York, NY
2003 Site and Insight, P.S.1, Long Island City, NY
According to Nadelman: Contemporary Affinities, June Kelly Gallery, New York, NY
My Mother’s An Artist, Educational Alliance, New York, NY
Heroes and Villains, Dactyl Foundation for the Arts and Humanities, New York, NY
2002 The Perception of Appearance, Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA
Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY
2001 Smaller, Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago, IL
Selected Group Exhibitions (continued)
2000 Go Figure, Sylvia Heisel, New York, NY
Reconfigured, Pace University Gallery, Pleasantville, NY
The End: An Independent Vision of Contemporary Culture 1982-2000, Exit Art, New York, NY
Unusual Suspects, Brenda Taylor Gallery, New York, NY
1999 Monumental Drawings, Exit Art, New York, NY
Works on Paper, Rebecca Ibel Gallery, Columbus, OH
Size Matters, Gale Gayes et al, Brooklyn, NY
1998 Theater of Self-Invention: Self Portraiture in Contemporary Art, Speed Art Museum, Louisville, KY
1997 Fracturing the Gaze, Lawling Gallery, Houston, TX
Remembrance of Exhibitions Past, Jan Baum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Line Drawing as Idiosyncratic Art, Hunterdon Art Center, Clifton, NJ
Livestock Gallery, New York, NY
1996 Watercolors, PPOW, New York, NY
Drawings, Baldwin Gallery, Aspen, CO
Personal Impersonal, Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY
Lady’s Lounge, Livestock Gallery, New York, NY
Women Draw, Gallery 128, New York, NY
1995 Transfers, Exit Art, New York, NY
BlumHelman Gallery, New York, NY
1994 Selections Spring ’94, The Drawing Center, New York, NY
Painting, BlumHelman Gallery, New York, NY
Splat Figures, White Columns, New York, NY
Leslie Dill, Judy Glantzman, and Arthur Gonzales, Monique Knowlton, Kent, CT
1993 Drawings, Pamela Auchincloss Gallery, New York, NY
1920, Exit Art, New York, NY
Already Buddha, Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, SC
Beyond Loss, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C
Germans Van Eck Gallery, New York, NY
1992 CDS Gallery, New York, NY
1991 da entlang galerie, Dortmund, Germany
The Return of the Prodigal Son, Home for Contemporary Theater and Art, New York, N.Y
1990 Carol Getz Gallery, New York, NY
1989 Painters at the End of a Decade, Sally Hawkins Gallery, New York, NY
I Buy Art, Seibu Department Store, Tokyo, Japan
Art…Made in the USA, 37 Postitionen Junger Amerikanischer Kunstler, Stadtische Galerie, Regensburg, Germany
1988 Galerie da entlang, Dortmund, Germany
Fables and Fantasies, Duke University Museum of Art, Durham, NC
Selections from the Collection, New School for Social Research, New York, NY
1987 Sculpture Show, Greene Gallery, Coral Gables, FL
Stock Show, Galerie Barbara Farber, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Exploring the Raised Surface, Gross McCleaf Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Watermill Museum, Southampton, NY
Drawings, Bemis Foundation, Omaha, NE
1986 Female Nude, DiLaurenti Gallery, New York, NY
The East Village, The Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY
13 Americans, CDS Gallery, New York, NY
Heads, Mokotoff Gallery, New York, NY
Self Portraits, Kenkelaba House, New York, NY
Accorage, Anna Friebe Galerie, Cologne, Germany
1985 Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, NC
Karl Bornstein Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Hal Broom Gallery, New York, NY
Saide Bronfman Center, Montreal, Canada
Anna Friebe Gallery, Cologne, Germany
Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Vorpal Gallery, San Francisco, CA
The Center for Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA
Not Just Black and White, City Gallery, New York, NY
Portraits, Dramatis Personae, New York, NY
Zero 1 Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Modernism Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Anna Friebe Gallery, Cologne, Germany
The Progressive Collection, Cleveland, OH
Grandin Gallery, Louisville, KY
The Discovery of America, Wessel O’Connor Gallery, Rome, Italy
Brentwood Gallery, St. Louis, MO
1984 Women of Influence, America Haus, Berlin, Germany
Galleries of the East Village, Artist Space, New York, NY
Neo York, University of California Art Museum, Santa Barbara, CA
Selected Group Exhibitions (continued)
Portraits, P.S. 1, Long Island City, NY
Climbing, Galerie Engstrom, Stockholm, Sweden
Dolls and Other Effigies, New Math Gallery, New York, NY
Fall Show, Condeso Lawler Gallery, New York, NY
25,000 Sculptors, Civilian Warfare Gallery, New York, NY
Personal Expressionism, SUNY at Purchase, Purchase, NY
New Talent, Hal Bromm Gallery, New York, NY
East Village Art, Niveau Gallery, New York, NY

Public Collections
Bell Savings Bank, Philadelphia, PA
Chase Manhattan Bank, New York, NY
Equitable Bank, New York, NY
Franklin Furnace Archives, New York, NY
Frye Art Museum, Seattle, WA
Grey Art Gallery, New York, NY
Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, AL
New School for Social Research, New York, NY
Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ
The Progressive Collection, Cleveland, OH
Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL
Art Museum of the University of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA

Awards and Grants
2001 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship, New York, NY
1997 Anonymous Was A Woman Foundation, New York, NY
1994 New York Foundation for the Arts Grant, New York, NY
1992 Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant, New York, NY
1989 Artist Space Exhibition Grant, New York, NY
1987 New York Foundation for the Arts, Artist on Location Grant. Woodstock, NY
1982 Cummington Community of the Arts, Cummington, MA
1978 Silver Medal from the Royal Society of the Arts, London, United Kingdom, awarded to outstanding graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design
1977 Florence Leif Award, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

Reviews and Publications
2008 Taylor, Alex. “Judy Glantzman” Artnews, November, p. 166
Quinlan, Cathy. “Judy Glantzman at Betty Cuningham Gallery,” artcritical.com, Sept.
“Judy Glantzman” The New Yorker, September 29, p. 14
2007 Bitts, Maryalice. “The Face of Things,” Sunday News, October 28
Duncan, Michael. “Judy Glantzman at Betty Cuningham” Art in America, January, pp. 140, 141
2006 Haggerty, Gerard. “Judy Glantzman” Artnews, September, p. 144
Micchelli, Thomas. “Judy Glantzman,” The Brooklyn Rail, June, p. 25
“Judy Glantzman,” The New Yorker, May 22, p. 15
“Judy Glantzman,” The New York Times, May 12, p. E23
Manana, Ola. “Judy Glantzman, Betty Cuningham Gallery,” The New York Art World, May, pp. 11, 12
Moyer, Carrie. “Layers of Probing Attention,” Gay City News, May 11 – 17, p. 17
“Judy Glantzman,” Village Voice, May 3 – 9, p. 80
Cohen, David. “Ghost Stories or Joyous Celebrations?” The New York Sun, April 27, p. 23
2004 Leffingwell, Edward. “Judy Glantzman at the Dactyl Foundation,” Art in America, February, pp.119-120
Fyfe, Joe. “Drawing Modern: Works from the Agnes Gund Collection at the Cleveland Museum of Art,” Art on Paper, March/April, p.76
2003 “Galleries-Soho,” The New Yorker, May 26
Johnson, Ken. “Gathering a Flock of Quirky Grown-Ups,” The New York Times, July 18, p.E32
Naves, Mario. “A Collection of Oddities: Nadelman’s Quirky Kin,” New York Observer, July 23
Sheets, Hilarie. “ARTtalk,” ArtNews, p.33
Newhall, Edith. “Art,” New York Magazine, July 28
Naves, Mario. “Discovering Zing,” New York Observer, July 28
Kunitz, Daniel. The New York Sun, July 31
2001 Nadelman, Cynthia. ”New York Reviews,” Artnews, September, p.178
2000 Bell, Bower J. “Unusual Suspects,” Review, January 15, p.37
Liu, Timothy. “New York”, Art Papers, January/February, p.46-7
1999 Schwabsky, Barry. “Glantzman. Dactyl Foundation for the Arts & Humanities,” Art on Paper, March/ April, p.62-63
Kirwin, Lisa & Carlo McCormick. “The Wild East, Rise and Fall of The East Village,” Artforum, October, p.126, 159, 161
1998 Cohen, Mark Daniel. “Judy Glantzman Drawing and Painting,” Review, October 1, p.30-31
Hwang, Caroline. “A Mystery Gift for Women Artists,” Glamour, February, p.89
1997 Schwabsky, Barry. “Judy Glantzman Hirschl and Adler Modern.” Artforum, December, p.116-11
Dobrzynski, Judith H. “Anonymous Gifts, So Women Won’t Be,” The New York Times, October 12, p. 1, 14.
Levin, Kim. “Art Galleries,” The Village Voice, October 7, (p.12, Voice Choices)
Murdock, Robert M. “Judy Glantzman: New Paintings,” Review , October 1, p.21-22
1996 Sheets, Hilarie, M., “Judy Glantzman; Screaming Tutus,” Artnews, January, p.71-72
1995 Smith, Roberta. “Transfers,” The New York Times, October 27, p.C1
Heartney, Eleanor. “Judy Glantzman at BlumHelman,” Art In America, January, p.100
Costa, Robert. “Judy Glantzman at BlumHelman,” Cover, Winter, 1995
1994 Raynor, Vivian. “All American,” The New York Times, August 21
Cotter, Holland. “The Joys of Childhood Reexamined,” The New York Times, March 25, p.30C
“America 100 Top Collectors,” Art and Antiques, March, p.50
“Judy Glantzman,” The New Yorker, November 28, p.34
Glueck, Grace. The New York Observer, November 28
“Art in Review,” The New York Times, December 2, p.C19
1993 Cotter, Holland. “Art in Review,” The New York Times, April 16, p.28C
1992 Pincus-Witten, Robert. “Timothy Greenfield-Sanders,” Tema Celeste, June, pp.67-68
Wyer, E. Bingo. “Any Resemblance is Purely Intentional,” Avenue Magazine, January, p.59
Azon, Gary. “Art Around Town, Art Auction Uproar.” Downtown, November 14, p.2A
1991 Seigel, J. “Girl of the East Village big Bang” Woman Artists News, p.260-2
1989 Nally, John. “The Excessive 80’s,” Outweek, November 12, p.54-55
1988 Turner, Lisa. “Glantzman’s Work at Carol Get Gallery,” The Miami Herald, November 9, p.5D
“Heresies: Coming of Age,” p.92-92
Greenberg, Blue. “Myth A Hit,” Durham Morning Herald, April 29, p.13, 21, 22
1987 Sozanski, Edward J. “On Galleries,” Philadelphia Inquirer, September 3, p.4D
Rubin, Edward. “Space and the People Who Inhabit It,”
Daniels, Rebecca. “Capturing the Person,” Woodstock Times, July 2, p.1,46-47, section 2
Dunning, Jennifer. “Dance: Glenn and Lund,” The New York Times, June 14, p.67
1986 Tanaka, Hiroko. “Judy Glantzman,” High Fashion (Japan), September, p.142-43
Klein, Ellen Lee. “Review: 13 Americans at CUDS Gallery,” Arts, November, p.123
_____“Avante-garde Artist Bringing Special Exhibition to Juniata,” Daily News Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, March 31, p.7
_____“Paintings on Exhibit,” Centre Daily Times PA State College, March 30
Siegel, Judy. “Judy Glantzman – Girl of the East Village Big Bang,” Woman Artist News, September, p.5, 36-38.
_____“Glenn-Lund Dance in Two Premieres,” Back Stage, June 27
Rubin, Ed. “Reviews: The East Village at FIT,” New Art Examiner, June
Esler, Vera. “Die Neuen Stadt-Streicher,” Schweizer Illustrierte, May 12, p.66-67
_____“Menschenbilder Kraftvoll und erdig,” Ruhr-Nachrichten, July 5
_____“Leere Muskeln da entland: Judy Glantzman zur US Woche,” WAZ (Germany), July 5
_____“Judy Glantzman aus New York,” Westfalische Rundschau, June 28
Klein, Ellen Lee. “Reviews: 13 Americans at CDS Gallery,” Arts Magazine, November, p.123
1985 McNally, Joe and Todd Brewster. “The Art Scene: Far Out’s In,” Life Magazine, May, p.46-52
Pincus-Witten, Robert. “The New Irascible,” Arts, September, cover & p.46-52
Russell, John. “Art: New Paintings,” The New York Times, January 25
1985 Cameron, Dan. “The Attack of the B-Girls: Four Women Artists in the East Village,” Arts, May, p.74-77.
Januszak, Waldemar. “The Kiss of Art and Commerce,” The Guardian (London), January 19
Clothier, Peter. “East Village Artists at Karl Bornstein,” LA Weekly, July 12-18, p.59
Weisang, Myriam. “Trendy Artists from A to D.” Bay Guardian, May 22-29, p.5
Warren, Ron. Arts Magazine, May, p.43
Daniels, Dimitria. “Artists Unite for a Benefit of Fashion Moda.” Soho Arts Weekly. November 13
Bleigerg, Larry. “Drawing Attention. Graffiti Artists to Create Charity Here,” Louisville Times, December
Mann, Kenny. “My Wanderings are Tinged with Gloom…Nowhere can I get a Chocolate Milkshake,” Sun Storm, October 15
Bourbon, David. “Sitting Pretty,” Vogue, November, p.108-116
Berger, David. “East (Village) Meets West in Off the Wall Art Show.” The Seattle Times, April 12 p.D1, 5
“Gracie Mansion.” People Magazine, December 23-30, p.112-113
1984 Robinson, Walter and Carlo McCormick. “Slouching Towards Avenue D,” Art in America, Summer Issue
Cotter, Holland. “Review: Judy Glantzman,” Arts, November, p.5
Harper, Paula. The Miami News, March 2, p.10C
Wilson, William. “Art Calendar,” Los Angeles Times, November 18
Fischer, Jurgen. “The Pier,” Stern Magazine, January
1983 Savard, Dean. “Force of the Figure,” The New York Native, April
Haaren, Peter. Arts Magazine, January
1982 Eder, Bruce. “Figures,” Arts Weekly, December 8
Rubin, Ed. “Three Women Painter Find Their Voices,” Villager, January
Books and Catalogues
“Judy Glantzman,” Essay by Susan Harris (exhibition catalogue), Betty Cuningham Gallery, 2006
“Maternal Metaphors, Artists/Mothers/Artwork,” (exhibition catalogue) The Rochester Contemporary, 2004
“Drawing Modern, Works from the Agnes Gund Collection,” 2003
“The Paris Review,” Summer 1995
Belamy, Peter. “The Artists Project”, 1991
“Fables and Fantasies,” Duke University Art Museum
“Neo York,” University Art Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara
“Women of Influence, Six American Women,” America Haus, Berlin, 1984
“East Village Art in Berlin: Romance and Catastrophe,” Zellemeyer Galerie, 1984