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Brooklyn, NY


1971 London School of Film Technique, London

1969 B.A. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor


2000 "She Woke With A Start," Curt Marcus Gallery, NY
1998 Faggionato Fine Arts, London
1998 "Wild Life," Curt Marcus Gallery, NY
1997 Kohn Turner Gallery, Los Angeles, California
1996 Stills Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
Curt Marcus Gallery, New York
1994 Faggionato Fine Arts, London
Curt Marcus Gallery, New York
Fundacion "La Caixa," Barcelona, curated by Juan Vicente Aliaga (catalogue)
1993 "Barbara Ess: Photography, Installation and Books 1978-1991," The Queens Museum, Flushing, New York, travels to Miami Center for The Arts, Florida; Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond (catalogue)
Galerie La Maquina, Espanola, Madrid
High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia (catalogue)
Curt Marcus Gallery, New York
1991 Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles (catalogue)
1990 Galeria La Maquina Espanola, Madrid (catalogue)
Curt Marcus Gallery, New York
1989 Galerie Ghislaine Hussenot, Paris
1988 Curt Marcus Gallery, New York
Galerie Micheline Szwajcer, Antwerp
1987 Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu
Interim Art, London (with James Casebere)
Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles
"Food for the Moon & Other Photos," Johnen & Schottle Galerie, Cologne
1986 Curt Marcus Gallery, New York
Middendorf Gallery, Washington, D.C.
C.E.P.A Gallery, Buffalo, NY
1985 "The Doppler Effect," New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York
Cable Gallery, New York
1981 "Have You Ever Experienced Ecstasy?," Printed Matter, New York
"Shameless Longing," J.N. Herlin Bookstore, New York
1978 "Census," Franklin Furnace, New York


2001 "Group Exhibition," Curt Marcus Gallery, New York
2000 Group show, Galería Pepe Cobo, Sevilla
"Dream Machines", Hayward Gallery, London, national touring exhibition, selected by Susan Hiller
1999 "Female," Wessel & O’Connor Gallery, New York, curated by Vince Alett
"The Big Picture," Middlebury College Museum of Art, Middlebury, Vermont
"13", The Robert Mann Gallery (Blind Spot exhibition), NYC
"Salome, Images of Women in Contemporary Art", Castle Gallery, The College of New Rochelle, curated by Katie Gass
1998 "Defining Eye:Women Photographers of the 20th Century," Traveling Exhibition: St.
Louis Art Museum, Missouri, The Museum of Fine Arts, Sante Fe, The Mead Museum of Art, Amherst, and the Witchta Art Museum, Kansas
"Disappearing Act," Bound & Unbound with Leslie Tonkonow Gallery, New York
"From the Heart: The Power of Photography - A Collectors Choice", Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX
"The Cottingley Fairies And Other Apparitions," Leslie Tonkonow Gallery, New York
1997 "With a Different Camera," Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, Colorado
100 Photographs , American Fine Art, NYC
"Eye of the Beholder", photographs from the Avon Collection, International Center of Photography Midtown, NYC
"Islas", Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, travelling
"Barbara Ess and Bruce Conner," Curt Marcus Gallery, New York
1996 "Exposure," Caldic Collectie, Rotterdam, Netherlands
"Making Pictures: Women and Photography, 1975-Now," Nicole Klagsburn, New York
"Blind Spot Photography: The First Four Years," Paolo Baldacci Gallery, New York
"The Baseball Show," Curt Marcus Gallery, New York (in collaboration with
Craig Smyth)
"Alice’s Looking Glass: A Glimpse at the Non-Linear," Apex Art, New York,
curated by Mary Beyt
"Lush," Christinerose Gallery, New York, curated by Anastasia Aukeman
PROSPECT ‘96, Frankfurt, Germany, curated by Peter Weiermair (catalogue)
"Barbara Ess/Barbara Kruger," Fisher Landau Center, Long Island City, New York
"Perfetti & Invisibili: The Image of Children Between Manipulation and Reality,"
Instituto degli Innocenti, Florence, Italy
"Anima Mundi," James Graham & Sons, New York
1995 "Wheel of Fortune," Lombard Freid Fine Arts, New York, curated by Amy Lipton
"Group Exhibition," Curt Marcus Gallery, New York
"Beyond the Looking Glass: Contemporary Women Photographers," David Adamson Gallery, Washington, D.C.
"Scattershot," Nolan/Eckman Gallery, New York
"Seeking the Sublime: Neo-Romanticism in Landscape Photography," Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach Community College, Florida
"Blind Spot," The McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, Texas
"Project Exhibit," The Maryland Institute, College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland
"Visions of Childhood," Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-On- Hudson, New York
1994 "Chasing Angels," Cristinerose Gallery, New York
"Digressions," Caren Golden Fine Art, New York
"World of Tomorrow," Thomas Solomon's Garage, Los Angeles, curated by Douglas Blau
"The Psycho-Pathology of Everyday Life," Ruth Bloom Gallery, Santa Monica,
curated by Gregory Crewdson and Rhona Edlebaum
"Pictures of The Real World (In Real Time)," Paula Cooper Gallery, New York,
curated by Robert Nickas
Group Exhibition, Curt Marcus Gallery, New York
"Figure As Fiction: The Figure In Visual Art and Literature," The Contemporary
Arts Center, Cincinnati
1993 "Memories, Facts & Lies," Blum Helman, New York, curated by Lawrence Gipe
"Photoplay," traveling exhibition of works from The Chase Manhattan Bank Art Collection, curated by Lisa Phillips and Manuel Gonzalez (catalogue)
"Body Exposures," Kunsthaus, Zurich, Switzerland (catalogue)
"The Loss of Intensity," Shedhalle, Zurich, Switzerland, curated by Harm Lux "Fictions of The Self," Herter Art Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, traveling exhibition (catalogue)
"Mirror/Mirror," Center for Photography at Woodstock, New York
"Multiplicity," traveling exhibition, curated by Kirby Gookin
"VIVID: Intense Images by American Photographers," Raab Galerie, Berlin,
traveling to London and Milan (catalogue)
1992 "Group Exhibition," Curt Marcus Gallery, New York
"Open Mind: The Lewitt Collection," Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford
"Die 29. Ausstellung," Mai 36 Galerie, Luzern
"Aspects de la Collection Photographique Contemporaine," Musee de
La Roche-Sur-Yon, France
"Un Secreto Fluir," Galeria La Maquina Espanola, Madrid
"Dysfunction in The Family Album," Diane Brown Gallery, New York,
curated by David Humphrey
1991 "Postmodern Prints," Victoria and Albert Museum, London
"Contemporary Abstract Photography," CompassRose, Chicago
"The Library," Josh Baer Gallery, New York, curated by Douglas Blau (catalogue)
"The Sibylline Eye," Kunsthalle, Munich, organized by Foto e.V. and Barbara
Gross Gallery (catalogue)
"James Casebere/Barbara Ess," Interim Art, London
"Lights in the Darkness," Lintas: Worldwide, New York, curated by
Magaret Mathews-Berenson
1990 "Images In Transition: Photographic Representation In the Eighties," The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo and Kyoto (catalogue)
"La Collection Des Ouevres Photographiques," The Musee De La Roche-Sur-Yon, France
"The Empire State Biennial," The Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY
"Figures et Lectures," Galerie Samia Saouma, Paris
"Natural Magic," The Print Club, Philadelphia
"The Indomitable Spirit," International Center of Photography Midtown, New York curated by Marvin Heiferman (catalogue, traveled)
"Romance and Irony," Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth; National Gallery of New Zealand, curated by Louis Grachos and John Stringer (catalogue, traveled)
"Botanica: The Secret Life of Plants," Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY
1989 "Abstraction in Contemporary Photography," Emerson Gallery Hamilton College & Anderson Gallery, Commonwealth University, Richmond(catalogue)
"Parallel Views," ARTI, Amsterdam curated by Joke Kops (catalogue)
"Shifting Focus," Serpentine Gallery, London and Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol (also traveled to Cambridge Darkroom, City Museum and Art Gallery, Newport Museum and Art Gallery, Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston) (catalogue)
"Democracy: Education," DIA Foundation, New York, curated by Group Material
"Memory & Artifact: Romanticism Revisited," Barbara Fendrick Gallery, New York
"Fauxtography," Art Center College, Pasadena, CA
"Obscured," Josh Baer Gallery, New York
"The Photography of Invention," National Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C. curated by Joshua P. Smith (accompanying book)
Galerie Georges Verney-Carron, Villeurbanne
Galeria La Maquina Espanola, Madrid
"The Observatory," Thomas Solomon's Garage, Los Angeles, curated by
Douglas Blau (catalogue)
"Through A Glass Darkly," University Galleries, Illinois State University, Normal, IL, curated by Barry Blinderman
"Arrangements I," Mai 36 Gallerie, Luzerne, Switzerland
Marta Cervera Gallery, New York
"Broken Landscape, Discarded Object," P.P.O.W, New York, curated
by Christopher Sweet
1988 "Certain Shots," McNeil Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
"Made in Camera," Galleri Sten Erikson, Stockholm, (catalogue)
"Of Another Nature," Loughelton Gallery, New York
"Das Licht von der Anderen Seite," Monika Spruth Galerie, Cologne, (catalogue)
The Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh
"Media Post Media," Scott Hanson Gallery, New York, curated by Collins & Milazzo
"Twelve From New York," Grey Art Gallery, New York University, New York
"Photography On The Edge," Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee
"Visual Paradox: Truth and Fiction in the Photographic Image," Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI (catalogue)
1987 "Consonance," ISD Corporation, New York, curated by Steven Harvey
Gallery De Lege Ruimte, Brugge, Belgium
"Poetic Injury: The Surrealist Legacy in Contemporary Photography," Alternative Museum, New York, curated by G. Roger Denson
"Non in Codice," Galleria Pieroni & American Academy in Rome(catalogue)
"Arrangements for the Camera: A View of Contemporary Photography," The Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore
Cash/Newhouse Gallery, New York
"Contemporary Diptychs: Divided Visions," Whitney Museum of Art, Stamford, CT
"In Black and White," The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, curated by
John Caldwell
"The New Romantic Landscape," Whitney Museum of Art, Stamford, CT
"Symposium Uber Fotografie IX," Forum Stadtpark, Graz. Austria (cf. Camera
Austria, October 1988)
1986 "Remembrances of Things Past," Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA, (catalogue)
"Apparitions and Allusions; Photographs of the Unseen," University Art Gallery, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA
Johnen & Schottle Galerie, Cologne (with James Welling and Ian Wallace)
"Ultrasurd," S.L. Simpson Gallery, Toronto, curated by Collins & Milazzo
"New New York," Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland,
curated by William Olander
"Inaugural Exhibition," Curt Marcus Gallery, New York
"Photography," 303 Gallery, New York
1985 "Currents," Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
Salon De Facto, New York (with Peter Nadin and Michelle Zalopany)
"Minimal Representation," Jan Baum Gallery, Los Angeles
"Thought Objects," Cash/Newhouse Gallery, New York
"Painting, Sculpture, Photography," Cable Gallery, New York
Rudiger Schottle Gallery, Munich (with Ken Lum and Rodney Graham)
"MASS," traveling show curated by Group Material
1984 "Sex," Cable Gallery, New York
"Salon," Bill Rice Gallery, New York
"Sextet," Coburg Gallery, Vancouver, B.C., curated by Vikky Alexander
"Wedge Benefit," Nature Morte, New York
"Con Rumore," Galerie Westersingel, Rotterdam
1983 "Benefit Exhibition," Artists Space, New York
"Maze," Public Illumination Gallery, New York
1982 White Columns, New York (with Susan Hiller)
"Audio Arts at the Tate Gallery," The Tate Gallery, London
1981 "Books," White Columns, New York
"Pictures and Promises," The Kitchen, New York, curated by Barbara Kruger
1980 "Speaking Volumes," AIR Gallery, New York
1979 "Library," 5 Bleecker Street, New York


2000 Bollen, Christopher. "Barbara Ess, ‘She Woke with a Start’." Time Out, June 8-15
Review, NY ARTS International Edition, May, vol. 5 n. 5
Schmerler, Sarah, "Barbara Ess at Curt Marcus," Art In America, November, p. 164
1999 Blind Spot #13, 6 pages reproductions
1998 Curran Mark, Time Out, London, Nov 4
1998 Diehl, Carol, Art in America, September 1998, p.123
Glueck, Grace "Barbara Ess, ‘Wild Life’ ," New York Times, Friday, May 1, 1998
1997 Openings, Art & Antiques, January, pp. 27
1996 Princenthal, Nancy, "Barbara Ess at Curt Marcus," Art In America, December, pp. 94
Lillington, David, Metropolis M, October
Lillington, David, Creative Camera, October/November, pp. 32-33
Morris, Catherine, "Barbara Ess at Curt Marcus," New Art Examiner, June
McGrath, Roberta, Women’s Art Magazine, October/November
Searle, Adrian, "The Snipped and the Blurred," The Guardian, August 27
Beaumont, Susanna, "Photography Review: Barbara Ess," The List, 16-22 August
"Outlook: Pinhole Wizard," Artists Newsletter, September
Aletti, Vince, "Barbara Ess," The Village Voice, Vol. XLI No. 20, May 14, 1996
Dieckmann, Katherine, "In the Clear," The Village Voice, Vol. XLI No. 22, May 28
Yablonsky, Linda, "Barbara Ess: Curt Marcus Gallery," Time Out, No. 35, May 22- 29
1995 Leeds, Valerie Ann, "Seeking the Sublime: Neo-Romanticism in Landscape Photography," Southeast Museum of Photography, (catalogue), April 11 - June 25
Lord, Catherine, "Apocalypso," Quiver, vol 3, No. 2, (ill)
McWilliams, Martha, "Beyond the Looking Glass - Contemporary Women Photographers: David Adamson Gallery, " New Art Examiner, October, p. 45
Soup Art/Culture #9, Absence, "Barbara Ess; Film on Video; Notes form Poland," p. 12-15
Now Time 4, "God: Total Religion and Madness," (ill p.40-41)
1994 Aletti, Vince, "Voice Choice," The Village Voice, Vol. XXXIX, No. 16, April 19, p. 70
Aliaga, Juan Vicente, Barbara Ess, exhibition catalogue, Fundació "la Caixa," Barcelona
Art Monthly, "Barbara Ess at Faggionato Fine Art," June
Blair, Dike, "Barbara Ess: Curt Marcus," Flash Art, Summer, Vol. XXVII, n. 177
Bullard, CeCe, "Through a Pinhole Camera, Visual, Metaphysical Angst,"
Times Dispatch, September 7
Craddock, Sacha, The London Times, Tuesday, May 17, Arts section
Lillington, David, "The Ess Word," Time Out, May 4-11, p. 39
Lillington, David, "The Best of ‘94," Time Out, December 14-21, p. 20
Levi-Strauss, David, "Barbara Ess, Curt Marcus Gallery," Artforum, Summer, Vol.
XXXII, No. 10, pp. 91-92
Pagel, David, "The World of Tomorrow," Art Issues, May-June, p. 39
Volk, Gregory, "Barbara Ess, Curt Marcus,"ARTnews, volume 93, Number 7, September, p.168
1993 Aletti, Vince, "Barbara Ess," Listings Section, The Village Voice, Vol. XXVIII, No. 26 June 29, p. 76
Arlitt, Sabine Weder, "Ausstellung, Korper im Ubergang," (review of Kunsthaus, Zurich exhibition), Annabelle, April 8
Barbara Ess: Photography, Installation and Books 1978-1991, exhibition catalogue,
(The Queens Museum of Art: New York) with essay by Gary Indiana
Cotter, Holland, "Memories, Facts and Lies," The New York Times, Friday, July 16,
Dieckmann, Katherine, "Camera Obscura," The Village Voice, Vol. XXXVIII, No. 23, June 2-8, 1993, Voice Literary Supplement, p. 27
Eggennberger, Ursula, "Odysseen mit der Kamera," (review of Kunsthaus, Zurich
exhibition), Zuri-tip, Friday, March 5, p. 49
Hiltmann, Gabriela, "Prasent und wahrnehmbar, ohne als Korper sichtbar zu sein," (review of Kunsthaus, Zurich exhibition) Basler Zeitung Ausgabe Fricktal, March 1
Kohen, Helen, "Photographs' Truth Are In Eyes of The Beholder," The Miami Herald, August 15, p. 812
"Summer Compendia: Memories, Facts and Lies," The Art Newspaper, July-September
Pedersen, Victoria, "Gallery Go 'Round," (review) Paper, June, p. 27
Schulman, Sandra, "The Gorgeous Distortions of Barbara Ess," XS Fun & Frolic, September 1, p. 31
Schwartzman, Alan, "Barbara Ess: Photography Installation, and Books 1978-1991, " The New Yorker, Vol. LXIX, No.13, May 17, p. 17 (also with self portrait)
Smith, P.C., "Complex Vision," Art In America, March, Vol. 81, No. 3, pp. 66-69 (plus cover illustration)
1992 Barg, Barbara, Flash Art, Vol. XXV, N. 167, p. 138 (excerpt from exhibition catalogue Barbara Ess; I Am Not This Body)
Castano, Adolfo, "Barbara Ess, Fotografo Inteligente," ABC de las Artes, June 12, No. 32 Day, Ken, "Through A Pinhole Darkly," NYQ, April, p. 34
Danvila, Jose Ramon, "Barbara Ess: Aquello que nos rodea," El punto, June 5-11, No. 224
Hagen, Charles, "Dysfunction in the Family Album," The New York Times, (Art in Review section), Friday, January 31
Haus, Mary, "Barbara Ess, Curt Marcus," Artnews, September, Vol. 91, No. 7, p. 113 Hastings, Patti Beele, "Interview: Barbara Ess," Art Papers, May/June, Vol. 16, No. 3, p. 23
"Art at the Edge, High Museum of Art," Journal of the Print World, Winter, p. 47
Schjeldahl, Peter, "Fogmeister," The Village Voice, April 28, p. 99
Seward, Keith, "Barbara Ess, Curt Marcus Gallery," Artforum International, September 1992, Vol. 31, N. 1, pp. 97-98
1991 Barg, Barbara, "The Rush of Light," Cover Magazine, January
Bode, Peter, "Sibyllinisches Auge der Frauen," AZ feuilleton, January, p. 17
Koniger, Maribel, "Frauen und Foto," Applaus, p. 66
Luppino, Michael, "A Fantasy Life, Outlined in Detail," The New York Times,
February 28, p. C3
Mahren, Harion, "Jenseits Des Reinen Bildes," Munchner, January, p. 70
McKenna, Kristine, "Shadow Land," Los Angeles Times, 11/10/91, pp. 4, 87
Prestelle, Karl H., "Elfmal das Frauenauge," January 10
Romano, Gianni, "Barbara Ess: Visioni Strettamente Personali," Temporale, Edizioni Dabbeni, N. 25, pp. 21-22
"Sibyllinisches Auge," FAZ, January 26
Smith, Roberta, "The Library," The New York Times, June 14
Steinlechner, Carin, "Geschichten im Betrachter-Kopf," Kultur, January, p. 25
"The Library at Josh Baer Gallery," The New Yorker, June 17, p. 14
1990 Aletti, Vince, "Fuzz Box," Village Voice, May 22
Denson, G. Roger, Artscribe, October
Haus, Mary, Tema Celeste, N. 27-28, November/December
McCormick, Carlo, "XY Ess," Artforum, Summer
Princenthal, Nancy, "Barbara Ess: Machine Dreams," The Print Collector’s Newsletter,Vo. XXI, No. 5, November/Decemeber, pp.167-169
Sorenson, Dina, Arts Magazine, October
Sullivan, Constance, Women Photographers, 1990 (Harry Abrams, Inc., New York),
pp. 192-93
1989 Smith, Joshua P., The Photography of Invention, American Pictures of the 1980's. The National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institute and M.I.T Press
Haus, Mary, "Les Territoires de Barbara Ess," ArtPress, January
Shifting Focus, exhibiton catalogue (Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol and Serpentine Gallery, London) curated by Susan Butler
Knight, Christopher, "A Photographic Observatory," Los Angeles Herald Times, June 16th
Graw, Isabella, Wolkenkratzer Art Journal, N. 2, March
Schwabsky, Barry, Flash Art, January/February
1988 Caley, Shaun, Flash Art, Summer
Ess, Barbara, Camera Austria, (edited transcript of lecture given by the artist), October
The Los Angeles Times, Friday, June 19th, Part IV
Aletti, Vince, "Shooting from the Hip," The Village Voice review of Thought Objects
Cameron, Dan, "Mental Theater: The Art of Barbara Ess," Arts Magazine, Summer
Haus, Mary,"The Mind's Eye," Art News, November
Indiana, Gary, "Future Perfect," The Village Voice, March 10
1987 Artscribe, November/December
Impulse, Summer, Volume 13, #3
Jones, Ronald, Artscribe, Summer
1986 Bomb magazine, No.XVII, Fall
Redtape magazine, #6
Cotter, Holland, Flash Art, December
Marzorati, Gerald, "Ess's Essence," Vanity Fair, September
Saltz, Jerry, Beyond Boundaries: New York's New Art, Alfred Van der Mark Editions Zelchner, A., "Pick of the Week," L.A.Weekly, Dec.19-26
Huntington, Richard, The Buffalo News, February
Power, Mark, The Washington Post, May
Tatransky, Valentin, Arts Magazine, October
Wise, Kelly, "Barbara Ess' Pinhole Perspectives," The Boston Globe, October
1985 Cameron, Dan, "Springtime on the Fringe," Arts Magazine, September
Suddendeutsche Zeitung, Munich, August
Clothier, Peter, "Minimal Representation: Another View of New York,"
L.A. Weekly, August
Fisher, Jean, "Barbara Ess: Cable Gallery," Artforum, September
Gambrell, Jamey, "Barbara Ess at Cable," Art in America, October, p. 158
Grundberg, Andy, (review) New York Times, June
McKenna, Kristine, Los Angeles Times, July
Mueller, Cookie, "Art and About," Details magazine, June
Perree, Rob, "Amerikanen en Het Medium Foto III: Barbara Ess," Kunst Beel Amsterdam


1987 Thought Objects, anthology of photographs by 123 artists and essays by 9
writers (with G. Branca)
1983 JAA #6, paperback book with prose writings by 60 artists
1981 JAA #5, LP record, sound pieces by 75 artists (with G.Branca)
1980 JAA #4, 4 pages in February Artforum, (with J.M. Sherry)
1979 JAA #3, graphic arts magazine with work by over 100 artists, (with J.M. Sherry)
1978 JAA #1, JAA #2, handmade booklets by the artist


1984 Tellus #6 cassette magazine, "excerpts from A Streetcar Named Desire (for Blanche),"(with B. Barg)
1983 Tellus #1 cassette magazine, "You Who Know No Pain"
1982 Beat It Down, Y Pants LP, Neutral Records
1982 Audio Arts London, cassette compilation
1980 JAA #5, LP compilation, "Entrada;" Y Pants EP, 99 Records


1990-91 Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Regional Fellowship
National Endowment for the Arts Photography Fellowship


Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth
The Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois
The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh
Caldic Collection, Rotterdam, Netherlands
The Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A.
First National Bank of Minneapolis
F.N.A.C. (Fonds National D’Art Contemporain)
FRAC Loire, France
FRAC Limousin, Limoges, France
Kunsthaus, Zurich, Switzerland
La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA
List Art Center/David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, Texas
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
(Allan Chasanoff Photography Collection)
Musee National d'Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris
Musee de La Roche sur Yon, France
National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.
New School for Social Research, New York
The New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA
Princeton University Art Museum, New Jersey
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco
The Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL
Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio
The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

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