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2013       LaSalle University Art Museum, Philadelphia, PA.  (one-person)

2013       Whitney  Museum of American Art, NYC, “I, You, We”

2011       Donetsk, Russia, “Art Action” (cat.)

2004       Sharjah Art Museum, United Arab Emirates, invitational

2001       SAC Gallery, Key Tower Bldg., Seattle, Washington, "Printworks 2001",

               (Seattle Art Commission's % for Art Purchase).

1995       The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York City, “Temporarily

               Possessed: The Semi-Permanent Collection”  (cat.)

1995       The Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey, “What is a Print?”

1994       The Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, D.C., “Across

               Borders/Sin Fronteras” (cat.)

1993       The Snite Museum of Art, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame,

               Indiana, “20th Century Art: Recent Accessions”

1993       The Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado, 100th Birthday Celebration”

1992       The Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, California, “Crossing Borders”

1992       Exhibition Hall, Sapporo, Japan, “The 1st Sapporo International Print

               Biennale Prize Winner Exhibition”

1989       Goddard-Riverside Community Center, New York, New York, “The

                Love of Printmaking” (selected from Lower East Side Printshop), (cat.)

1989       Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, California 

               (one-person exhibition)

1988       The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut,

               “Selections from the Collection”

1987       Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Achenbach Foundation for Graphic

               Arts, San Francisco, California, “Recent Acquisitions: Part II, 1950-1986”

1987       Chateau de Tours, Tours, France, “Aquarelles Americaines” (De lal

               Collection du Musee d’Art de Springfield),  (cat.)

1987       Exit Art, New York, New York, “Concrete Crisis: Urban Images of

               the 80’s”,  (cat.)

1986       N.A.M.E. Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, “Celebrating the 25th Anniversary

               of Fluxus”

1985       Janco-Dada Museum, Ein-Hod, Israel, “The Scroll Unrolls”  (cat.)

1985       Tapei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan, Republic of China, “American

               Watercolor” (works on loan from the Springfield Art Museum) (cat.)

1985       Judson Memorial Church, New York, New York, “State of Mind, State

               of the Union”  (exhibition by PADD)

1984       City University Graduate Center Mall, New York, New York,  (one-

               person exhibition)

1984       Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, New York (one-person exhibition)

1984       University of Colorado, Boulder, CO., “The Destroyed Print”  (one-person)

1984       The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, “Recent Acquisitions”

1984       Osaka New Art Center, Osaka, Japan

1984       Pratt Manhattan Center, New York, New York, “Baubles”

1984       Kylie Hall, Queens College, New York, “Ways of Wood”  (cat.)

1984       Pratt Manhattan Center, New York, New York, “Beauties & Beasts”

               (cat.) (traveled to Pratt Institute Gallery, Brooklyn, New York)

1984       Tokyo Metropolitan Museum, Tokyo, Japan

1983       Alternative Museum, New York, New York, “Ashes to Ashes:

               Visions of Death” (cat.)

1982       University of California, Berkeley, California (two-person exhibition)

1982       Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,

               “Internacional de Gravura Arte Grafica” (cat.), traveled to: Paulista

               State University – UNESP, Sao Paulo, Brazil; House of Prints of the

               Churitiba Cultural Foundation, Parana, Brazil; Educational Foundation

               of Votuporanga – SP (Sao Paulo), Brazil; School of Industrial Design,

               University of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

1982       Pratt Manhattan Center, New York, New York, “The Destroyed Print”,

               (one-person exhibition)  (cat.),  traveled to Pratt Institute Gallery,

               Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York

1982       Downtown Cultural Center, Brooklyn, New York, “The Monument

               Redefined” (cat.)

1982       Bilbao International Exhibition Center, Bilbao, Spain, “ARTEDER 82

               Muestra Internacional de Arte Grafico”

1981       The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut,

               “Acquisitions Plus”

1981       The New Museum, New York, New York, “Not Just for Laughs: The

               Art of Subversion” curated by Marcia Tucker, (cat.)

1980       Race  Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, “O.K. Harris Works of Art

               and Race Gallery”

1979       O.K. Harris Works of Art, New York, New York (one-person exh.)

1979       Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York, “Recent  Acquisitions”

1979       Gallery Lara Vincy, Paris, France

1979       The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut,

                “Art of the 70’s”

1979       Institute for Art & Urban Resources at P.S. 1, Long Island City,

               New York (one-person exhibition)

1979       O.K. Harris Works of Art, New York, New York, “Summer Group”

1978       The Community Gallery, New York, New York, “Small paintings”

               (curated by Lowery Sims, Assoc, Curator, Metropolitan Museum of

                Art, NYC)

1977       26 Federal Plaza, New York, New York, “Art in Public Spaces”  (O.I.A.)

1977       The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut,

               “Contemporary Reflections” (cat.)

1974       National Collection of Fine Arts, Wash., D.C., “Dulin Invitational” traveled.            




Arkush, Michael.  “Valley Calendar: Fall Brings a Diversity of Arts.  It’s

   Live, It’s New, It’s Local”,  Los Angeles Times,  (Friday, September 21,

  1990), pp. F21A, F21E.

“Art World: The Postman Always Rings Twice”, Art in America, v.67/1

  (January-February 1979), p.204.

Bourdon, David.  “A Critic’s Diary: The New York Art Year” Art in America,    v.65/4 (July/August 1977),  pp.67-78.                                                                        

Curtis, Cathy.  “Art Review: The Focus of ‘Death’ Has Clearly Departed”, 

   Los Angeles Times, (Friday, September 21, 1990), pp. F21A, F21E.

Ehrlich, Robbi.  “Jeff Russell”,  Arts Magazine,  v.54/5 (January 1980), p.10.

Geer, Suvan.  “Light, Death and Resurrection”,  ARTWEEK,  Oakland,

   California, p.4.

Glueck, Grace.  “Gallery View:  Three Offbeat Shows with a Conceptual Bent”,

   New York Times,  (Sunday, November 21, 1982), p.H29-30.

Glueck, Grace.  “ ‘Art: Beauties & Beasts’ at the Pratt Gallery”,  New York Times,

   v.CXXXIII  (April 5, 1984),  p.C28.

Goldstein, Marilyn.  “Just Perfect Imperfection”,  Newsday,  New York,  (April 10,

   1995),  p. A8.

Gordon, Michael.  “Reviews”,  Arts Magazine,  v.51/8  (April 1977), p. 44.

Hoffman, Werner.  “Artist creates works for destruction”,  The News World

   v.7/280  (November 30, 1982),  p.1B, 3B.

Kuspit, Donald.  “Reviews: The Destroyed Print”,  Artforum, v.XXI/6

   (February 1983), p.77.

O’Beil, Hedy.  “Reviews”,  Arts Magazine, v.52/9  (May 1978), pp. 32-3.

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  (December 8, 1981), p.49.

Popescu, Carmina, "Lumina Lina de la New York", Tribune, Cluj, Romania,

  1-15 Noiembrie 2002, p. 15, repro.

Robinson, Sue.  “Artist Adopts Hot Metal Spray”,  Associated Press News,

   New York, New York, June 15, 1977,  (distributed nationwide).

Tully, Judd.  “Ashed to Ashes: Visions of Death”, Alternative Museum, New York,

  New York, 1983 (catalogue).

Tucker, Marcia.  “Not Just for Laughs: The Art of Subversion”, The New

  Museum, New York, New York, 1981-2  (catalogue), pp.9, 10, 13, 15, 16,

  17, 19, 20, 23, 26.

Schwartz, Ellen.  “The Destroyed Print”,  Print Review 16,  1983, pp.60-64.

Smith, Howard.  “Scenes: Here Today Gone Tomorrow”, Village Voice,

  v.27/45.  (November 9, 1982), p.27.

Stevens.  “Salon de la Louisiana Water-Color Society”,  La Revue Moderne,

  Paris, November 1972,  p.21.

Zimmer, William.  “Reviews”, Soho Weekly News,  September 27, 1979,  p.60.

“1982 in Review: Alternative Spaces (New Museum, New York City)”, 

  Art in America,  v.71/7  (Annual 1983-4),  pp. 22-3.




1986-7   National Endowment for the Arts, Visual Artists Fellowship Grant

1983-5   SUNY Research Foundation Grant (State University of New York)

1983      EMF Grant,  Artists Space/Committee for the Visual Arts, Inc., N.Y.C.

1973-4   UAH Research Grant  (Sprayed Molten Metal on Canvas)