Peter Reginato

Born 1955 in Dallas, grew up in Bay Area, California

Studied at San Francisco Art Institute

Taught at Hunter College


Allen Art Center, Houston, TX
Art Acres, Boca Raton, FL
Austin Museum of Art Laguna Gloria,Austin Texas
Bass Museum of Art, Miami, FL
Baycrest Centre, Toronto, Canada
Bennington College, Bennington, VT
Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL
Brown University, Providence, RI
Bucknell University, Lewisberg, PA
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
City of Hope Sculpture Garden, Duarte, CA
Donna Klein Hebrew Academy, Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach
County, Boca Raton, FL
Great Southwest Atlanta Corporation, Atlanta, GA
Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, NJ
Hillel Day School, Boca Raton, FL
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC
Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY
IBM Corporation, White Plains, NY
John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL
Lovells International Law Firm, NY
McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX
Mead Art Museum, Amherst College, Amherst, MA
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
Nassau County Museum ofArt, Rosland, NY
Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY
Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
The Old Jail Art Center Albany, Texas
Owensboro Museum of Fine Art, Owensboro, KY
Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs, CA Faye Sarkowsky Scuplture Garden
Richard Brown Baker Collection, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
Rockford Museum, Rockford, IL
Stamford Museum and Nature Center
Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, NY
University of Cincinnati,
University of Florida, Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, Gainesville, FL


Cohen , David, ARTCRITICAL PICK: Peter Reginato at Adelson Galleries NYC June 4th-Aug.21st 2015
Yau, John, HYPERALLERGIC “Rowdy Celebrations” June 21st ,2015
Panero, James, Supreme Fiction” This week: Peter Reginato” June 26th, 2015
Reep, Richard, :PETER REGINATO: ECCENTRIC CONSTRUCTIONS through July 5, 2015| Museum of Art – DeLand, FL: Review
Linea” Words About Peter Reginato” April 2014
Borzov, Giselle, “Art Now” April 21 .2014
Halasz, Piri, “From the Mayor’s Doorstep” April 14,2014
Halasz, Piri, “From The Mayor’s Doorstep” July 2013 BLOG
Michael Corbin, “ArtBookGuy” interview 2012
Amalia Piccinini, UN’ARTISTA ITALIANA A NEW YORK , Flash Art International (english version) Dec.2011
Panero, James, The New Criterion “Gallery Chronicle” April 2011
David Cohen, “Pick of the Week” April 2011
Halasz, Piri, “From The Mayor’s Doorstep” June 2010 BLOG
The Hudson Review Autumn 2009, “At The Galleries” Karen Wilkin
Halasz, Piri, “From The Mayor’s Doorstep,” No. 84, June 2009
Leffingwell, Edward, Peter Reginato at Heidi Cho, Art in America, December 2007
Wilkin, Karen, The Hudson Review, Autumn 2007
Marks , Tia, Contemporary Art Gallery Magazine, June 28, 2007
Naves, Mario, The New York Observer, June 24, 2007
World Sculpture News Magazine, Spring 2007
Naves, Mario, The New York Observer, March 27, 2006
Gelber, Eric,, November, 2005
Glueck, Grace, The New York Times, “Art in Review”, November 4, 2005
Giuliano, Charles, Maverick Arts Magazine, No. 183, April 6, 2005
Connecticut Cottages & Gardens, Vol. 1, No. 8, April 2005
Halasz, Piri, Deluxe Print Edition of From the Mayor’s Doorstep, No. 52 (1 March 2004)
Ecker, Susan, “‘Metal Music: Four Abstract Sculptors’, opened”, Village Times (Times-Beacon newspapers, 3 Village Edition), June 10, 2004
Johnson, Ken, “Art Guide (“Small and Everlasting” group show at ACA Gallery)”, The New York Times, January 16, 2004
Nicholas Roukes, “Artful Jesters, Innovators of Visual Wit and Humor”, Ten Speed Press, 2003
Cohen, David, “Gallery Going”, The New York Sun, August 7, 2003
Vaughan, Stephanie “Variations on an Artistic Theme” Practical Welding, January/February 2003, p. 56
Sheffield, Margaret, “Peter Reginato: Struggling Between the Planes”, Sculpture Magazine, May 2002, p. 18
SOHO JOURNAL-Manhattan and the Hamptons vol.4/no3/2002, p. 18
McCarthy, Gerard, “Peter Reginato at Adelson Gallery”, Art in America, January, 2002, p. 104
Brink, Bob, ” THE JOY OF STEEL”[celebrated sculptor takes an abstract look at life], Palm Beach Illustrated Nov. 2001
Halasz, Piri, “From The Mayor’s Doorstep,” No. 32, April 15, 2001
Naves, Mario, “Currently Hanging,” (Arp-Like Sculpture For A Younger Set), The New York Observer, April 30, 2001
Lewis, Janie N., (Photography by Lucien Capehart) “Contemporary Harmony,” Art and Antiques, May 2001
Johnson, Ken, “Testing the Durability of Welding as a Creative Form,” New York Times, August 11, 2000
Wilkin, Karen, “Drawings in Space,” Westchester County Times, June 2000
Wilken, Karen, Tibor de Nagy Gallery: The First Fifty Years, 2000, John Ashberry, Publisher.
Collischan, Judy, Welded Sculpture of the Twentieth Century, 2000, Hudson Hills Press.
“Collector-Turned Philanthropist: A Study in the Art of Giving,” The Philanthropist, Spring, 1999
“Neuberger Museum of Art Acquires Cartoon Zoo: Peter Reginato Sculpture,” Antiques and The Arts Weekly, March 26, 1999
“Cartoon Zoo’s adds to Neuberger’s Atmosphere,” The Sound Shore Review, March 26, 1999
Hooper, Keith, “Big Barbara: Unique Sculpture Installed at Alden Bridge Center,” The Villager, November 11, 1998
“Peter Reginato exhibit extended at NJCVA Art Park,” Weekend Plus, March 13, 1998
Fogleo, Jim, “Famous Sculptor’s Work Displayed,” Summit Observer, December 24, 1997
Kimmelman, Michael, “Art and Friendship: Selections from The Roland F. Pease Collection,” New York Times, September 5, 1997
Bischoff, Dan, “Peter Reginato, Man of Steel,” The Star Ledger, August 29, 1997
“Houston Style,” Architectural Digest, November 1995, p. 24
Southgate, Patsy, “Soho Pinups Sag Sculptures,” East Hampton Star, October 1995
Pardee, Hearne, ARTnews, September 1994, p. 173
Koplos, Janet, Art in America, September 1994, p. 113
Palazzo, Risa, “Home is Where the Art Is,” New York Newsday, April 10, 1994
Crippen, Bruce, “Lobby Eye Catcher,” Cincinnati Post, September 22, 1992
Saeks, Diane Dooren, “Where the Art Is,” West Magazine (San Jose Mercury News), August 30, 1992
“May Exhibitions of Recent Sculpture by Peter Reginato,” Antiques and the Arts Weekly, May 8, 1992, p.12
“Menlo Park’s Atmosphere Enhanced by Works of Art,” Shopping Center World, February 1992, p.18
Barron, James, “Like Homecoming Parade in New Kind of Downtown,” The New York Times, September 27, 1991
Ratcliff, Carter, “Reginato’s Improvisations,” Art in America, December 1989, pp. 146-151
Duvoli, John, “Crystal Run Become Home to Works of Soho Sculptor,” Orange County Business Journal, December 12, 1988
Story, Jeff, “Art in Park is not Just for a Lark,” Middletown Times-Herald Record, December 10, 1988
Gurainick, Margo, “Timely Obsessions,” House and Garden, September 1989, pp. 94-96
Cohen, Jean Lawlor, “Sculpture Thrives in Washington Law Firms,” The Washington Lawyer, January-February 1988, pp. 40-48
Zimmer, William, “Crossover at the Gallery at Hastings on Hudson,” The New York Times, September 27, 1987
Van Dam, B.J., “Steel Sculpture at the Greene Street Gallery,” Antiques and the Art Weekly, March 13, 1987
Firestone, Evan, “In Praise of Steel: Notes on Some Recent Direct Metal Sculpture,” Arts, April 1986, p. 44
Shipper, Meryle, ARTnews, May 1986
Tuchman, Phyllis, “The Road Now Taken,” Art Criticism, May 1986
Tuchman, Phyllis, “Sculptures of the Unexpected,” Patricia Hamilton, 57th Street West Gallery, 1986
Towle, Tony, Art in America, September 1985, p. 139
Firestone, Evan, “Three Musicians at the Harlequin’s Carnival: Peter Reginato’s New Sculpture,” Arts, February 1985, pp. 116-119
Arts Magazine AD Feb.1985
Zimmer,William “Work That Fits the Settings” New York Times Feb.6 1983
Jablons, Pamela, “Collecting Within a Tradition,” Diversion, August 1982, pp. 201-208
Tatransky, Valentine, Arts, January 1982, p. 23
Russell, John, The New York Times, July 17, 1981
Raynor, Vivian, The New York Times, July 19, 1980
Crossley, Mimi, Houston Post, January 30, 1980, p. 8AA
Tennant, Donna, “Reginato’s Recent Work Like Brush Movements in Air,” Houston Chronicle, January 24, 1980, p. 6
Raynor, Vivian, The New York Times, July 19, 1980
Towle, Tony, Art in America, September 1979, p. 137
Gibson, Eric, Arts International, May 1979, p.21
Carmean, Jr., E.A., Arts, June 1978, p.26
Forgey, Benjamin, Washington Star, May 21, 1978
Frackman, Noel, Arts, January 1978
Crossley, Mimi, Houston Post, January 13, 1978
Gold, Sharon, Artforum, June 1977, p. 71
Kramer, Hilton, The New York Times, March 18, 1977
Moser,Charlotte” NY Artists Contrast Points of View” Houston Chronicle, Feb. 1976
Kingsley, April, “A Return to Abstract Impressionism?”, Soho Weekly News, December 4, 1975, p. 21
Siegel, Jeanne, Art in America, September-October 1975, pp.102-103
Tuchman, Phyllis, ARTnews, June 1975, pp. 146, 148
Bell, Jane, Arts, June 1975, pp. 26-27
Cork, Richard, “Blackball at the Sculptors Club,” Evening Standard, May 6, 1975
Hodgson, Moira, “Sculpture Peter Reginato: After the Monument,” Soho Weekly News, April 24, 1975, cover, pp. 13, 37-38
Frackman, Noel, Arts, April 1975, p.11
Weissman, Julian, “Standoff in Soho,” ARTnews, November 1974, pp. 92-94
Kramer, Hilton, The New York Times, March 23, 1974
Moser, Charlotte, “The Shape of Sculpture,” Houston Post, December 23, 1973
Butler, Susan L., “Many Firsts Happen to Sculptor Peter Reginato,” Houston Chronicle, December 5, 1973.
Bell, Jane, Arts, April 1973, pp.79 and 81
Campbell, Lawrence, ARTnews, March 1973, p.75
Canaday, John, The New York Times, February 17, 1972
Shirey, David, The New York Times, February 28, 1973
Pincus-Witten,Robert Artforum ,March 1971 v.9 page 62
Gollin, Jane, ARTnews, December 1971, p. 19
Benedikt, Michael, ARTnews, February 1971, p. 24
“The Young Life,” Vogue, January 1969
William C. Haigwood, “Tortured Vision of Artist Shown at Open Theatre Gallery” Jan. 1966 Berkeley Daily Gazette


2015 Adelson Galleries "FICTION" 
2015 Museum of Art Peter Reginato: "ECCENTRIC CONSTRUCTIONS", DeLand, FL
2014 Andre Zarre Gallery "Recent Sculpture" NYC
2013 Baker Sponder Gallery "REGINATO" Boca Raton FL
2011 Heidi Cho Gallery Chelsea NYC PO L YCRHOME
2010 Andre Zarre "made" Chelsea NY
2009 Heidi Cho Gallery in association with Stephen and Victoria Montifiore/ Mountain Flower LLC Chelsea NY "Steel Drawings"
2008 Elaine Baker Gallery "Vertical Burn" Boca Raton FL
2007 Sideshow Gallery, "Original Sins", Two-Man Show", Peter Reginato and Fred Gutzeit, Williamsburg, NY
2007 Heidi Cho Gallery, "Low Maintenance", Chelsea, NY
2006 White8 Gallery, "Dancing on the Volcano", Villach, Austria
2006 Headbones Gallery,  "Situation, Positioning, Location" , Toronto, Canada ( Drawings)
2005 Heidi Cho Gallery, "Color Coded", Two-Man Show with Ronnie Landfield, Chelsea, NY
2005 Elaine Baker Gallery “"looking at"” Two-Man Show with Alberto Magnani,Boca Raton, FL
2003 Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY "Eye Candy,"
2002 Meredith Long Gallery, Houston, TX
2001 Elaine Baker Gallery, Boca Raton, FL
2001 Adelson Galleries, New York
1997 Jaffe Baker, Boca Raton, FL
1997-98 New Jersey Center for the Arts, Summit, New Jersey
1996 "Small Wonders" Adelson Galleries, New York
1995 Meredith Long and Co., Houston, TX
1994 Adelson Galleries and William Beadleston, Inc, NY
1992 Adelson Galleries, Inc. and William Beadleston, Inc., NY
1990 Patricia Hamilton, Santa Monica, California
1989 Patricia Hamilton, New York
1988 The Brunnier Gallery and Museum, Five Year Survey: Peter Reginato, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa
1988 Patricia Hamilton, River North Concourse Building, Chicago, IL
1987 Patricia Hamilton, New York
1986 Patricia Hamilton, Los Angeles
1985 Patricia Hamilton, New York
1984 Watson/de Nagy, Houston
1983 Salander-O’Reilly Galleries, New York
1983 Medici-Berenson Gallery, Bay Harbor Islands, FL
1983 New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Architectural Monumental Sculpture Series
1982 Watson/de Nagy and Company Houston,Texas
1982 Sarah Rentschler Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY
1981 Salander-O’Reilly Galleries, New York
1981 Medici-Berenson Gallery, Bay Harbor Islands, FL
1980 Watson-Willour & Co., Houston
1980 Tibor de Nagy Gallery, NY
1980 Diane Brown Gallery, Washington, DC
1980 Tibor de Nagy Gallery, Houston
1980 Watson/de Nagy, Houston
1979 Tibor de Nagy Gallery, NY
1979 Tibor de Nagy Gallery, Houston
1978 Diane Brown Gallery, Washington, DC
1978 Watson/de Nagy, Houston
1977 Tibor de Nagy Gallery, NY
1976 B.R. Kornblatt Gallery, Baltimore
1976 Watson/de Nagy & Company Houston, Texas
1975 Tibor de Nagy Gallery, NY
1975 Watson/de Nagy & Company Houston,Texas
1974 Tibor de Nagy Gallery, Houston
1974 Allen Center, Houston
1974 Tibor de Nagy Gallery, NY
1973 Tibor de Nagy Gallery, NY
1973 University of Rhode Island, Providence
1971 Tibor de Nagy Gallery, NY
1966 Open Theatre Gallery, Berkeley California


Cape Cod Museum of Art “LOST CAT” curated by Susan Carr and Betty Caroll Fuller
University of Kentucky “BOTTOMS UP” A Sculpture Survey curator Janie Welker
Ripe Art Gallery NY “RIPENING” curated by Jeffrey Allen Price
Central Booking “GOING BIG” curated by Susan Carr and Suzan Shutan NY
Sideshow Gallery “Sideshow Nation III : At the Alamo”
Janet Kurnatowski Gallery “PAPERAZZI IV”: Brooklyn NY

Andre Zarre Gallery “40th Anniversary Exhibition 1974-2014”
noho gallery/M55 Art NY “Painters who Sculpt/Sculptors who Paint” David Boyajian, Boris Minkovsky, Richard Pitts, Peter Reginato, Robert Schecter
ASC Project Space “Pipe Dreams,Wishful Thinking ,Grand Gestures and Dirty Lies” NY
Sideshow Gallery “Sideshow Nation II : At the Alamo”

Gagosian Gallery NYC “Works of the Jenny Archive”
Guild Hall East Hampton LI “Artists & Writers” :They played in the game
Gallery 304 ASC Projects: “Inaugural Show”
The Painting Center NY “Going Into The Dark” Hinman, Landfield, Reginato and Piccinini Curated by Amalia Piccinni
Sideshow Gallery “Sideshow Nation”

Able Fine Art NY Gallery FIVE SCULPTORS
Sideshow Gallery “Its All Good!!” apocalypse now Williamsburg, New York
Navy Pier Walk, Chicago Illinois Picked by Dave Hickey. Curator Joseph Tabet

Adelson Galleries ,American Painting, Sculpture & Works on paper NY
Sideshow Gallery “It’s a Wonderful Tenth” Williamsburg, New York

Peter Marcelle Gallery “Botanicals – Artists Interpretations”
Christies Art Center Sag Harbor NY
Sideshow Gallery, “Its a Wonderful Life” Williamsburg, New York

The University of Texas at Austin”LANDMARKS” long-term loan from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City
Adelson Galleries “Contemporary Summer Group”, New York City
Inaugural presentation, Sculpture Garden, Jane and Arthur Stieren Center for Exhibitions, McNay Art Museum San Antonio TX
Abrons Art Center “IN CONTEXT” The Language Of Abstraction Continues. Curated by Kathleen Spicer
Sideshow Gallery, “Peace” Williamsburg, New York

Ober Gallery Gallery Selections Kent, CT
Triangle Arts 25 Year Anniversary Show, DUMBO, Brooklyn
One Word Project, Washington DC Art Project, Curated by JT Kirkland
White8 Gallery, Korea International Art Fair, Seoul, Korea
Sideshow Gallery, “War is Over Again”, Brooklyn, NY

Ober Gallery, Inaugural Opening, Kent, CT
Palm Springs Art Museum, Breaking Out! Sculptural Exploration in Metal & Wood, Palm Springs, CA
The Painting Center, Artful Jesters, New York, NY
Brattleboro Museum & Art Center, Artful Jesters, Brattleboro, VT

SUNY Rockland Community College, Eight Visions: A Sculpture Exhibition, Suffern, NY
Owensboro Museum of Fine Art, Masters of Public Art, Owensboro, KY
ACA Gallery, Summer Salad, New York, NY
The Fells Conservancy, Gateway to Sculpture, Newbury, NH
The Old Jail Art Center, Founder’s Eye, Albany, TX
Tucson Museum of Art, Paint on Metal: Modern and Contemporary Explorations and Discoveries, Tucson, AZ
Amy Simon Fine Art, Whimsy, Westport, CT

Sideshow Gallery, Merry Peace, Brooklyn, NY
Art Students League, Windows on 57th Street, New York, NY
Art Students League, Faculty Art Show, New York, NY
Elena Zang Gallery, Summer Sculpture Show, Woodstock, NY
Gallery North, Metal Music: Four Abstract Sculptors, Setauket, NY
Grounds for Sculpture, Spring/Summer Exhibitions, Hamilton, NJ
Sideshow Gallery, First Annual Exhibition & Auction for Women’s Cancers, Brooklyn, NY

ACA Gallery, Small and Everlasting, New York, NY

Amherst College, Mead Art Museum, Assembly/Line: Works by Twentieth-Century Sculptors, Amherst, MA
Artist’s against abuse, Channing Daughters’ Winery, Bridgehampton, NY

Jean Albano Gallery, Reflections: 15th Anniversary Show, Chicago, IL
SOFA 2001, Navy Pier, Chicago, IL

Neuberger Museum of Art, “Welded!” Sculpture of the Twentieth Century, New York
Tibor De Nagy Gallery, The First Fifty Years, New York

Beadleston Gallery, 20th Century Steel Sculpture, New York
Bruce Lewin Gallery, Ongoing Gallery Show, New York
Elena Zang Gallery, Outdoor Sculpture Show, Woodstock, NY

Charles Cowles Gallery, Works on Paper, New York
Elena Zang Gallery, Outdoor Sculpture, Shady, NY
594 Broadway Gallery, New Eyes in New York, New York
Lookout Sculpture Park, Maquette Exhibit, Damascus, PA

Tibor de Nagy Gallery, Art and Friendship: Selections from Pease Collection, New York

Pardo View Gallery, New York
Thirtieth Anniversary Reunion and Benefit:Max’s Kansas City, Gagosian Annex, New York

Deep Space, New York

Nicholas-Alexander Gallery, Group Exhibition, New York

University of Florida, Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, Fast Forward: Six Years of Collecting for a New
Museum, Gainesville, FL
Blaffer/Robinson Gallery, Group Exhibition, Houston, TX
Johnson Atelier, Grounds for Sculpture: Opening Exhibition, Hamilton, NJ

Gloria Luria Gallery, Meadmore, Perlman, Reginato, Todd: Sculpture for Public and Private Places, Bay Harbor Island, FL

Austin Museum of Art-Laguna Gloria, Selections from the Permanent Collection, Austin, TX
Jaffe Baker Gallery, Alberto Magnani, Peter Reginato, Boca Raton, FL
Virginia Museum of Fine Art, Contemporary Sculpture, Richmond Museum of Art, Peter Reginato and
Jane Manus: Two Visions of Abstract Constructed Sculpture, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Adelson Galleries, Inc., One Hundred Years of American and European Art, New York

Philadelphia Art Alliance, The Significant Surface, Philadelphia
USX Tower, Steelworks, Pittsburgh Academy of the Arts, 30 Years and Growing, Easton, MD

Gimpel and Weitzenhoffer Gallery, Sculpture with Color, New York
Andre Zarre Gallery, Metal, Wood, Stone, New York
Installation of “The Blue of Noon” at 780 Third Aveue NYC, Jaymont Properties and Novo Arts
International Sculpture Center “Benefit Auction of Comtemporary Sculpture” Sotheby’s NYC

William’s College Museum, Little Big Sculpture, Williamstown, MA
Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City

Crossover, Gallery at Hastings-on-Hudson, NY

Gloria Luria Gallery, Hunt, Kendrick, Reginato, Bay Harbor Islands, FL
Michael Kohn Gallery, Still Life: Life Still, Los Angeles

Summit Art Center, Interplay: Painted Sculptures and Constructions, Summit, NJ

Storm King Art Center, 20th Century Sculpture, Selections from the Metropolitan Museum of Art,
Mountainville, NY
Sarah Rentschler Gallery, International, New York

Clayworks, Group Exhibition, New York
Houston Museum of Fine Arts, Sculpture Selections from the Permanent Collection, Houston, TX

Boston Architectural Center, Berklee College of Music Pavilion, Boston, MA

Salander-O’Reilly Galleries, Sculpture, New York, NY

Medici-Berenson Gallery, Group Selections, Bay Harbor Islands, FL

Lubin House, The Collections of Tibor de Nagy, Syracuse University Annex,
Syracuse, NY

SCULPTURE: “Modern Works”, Philbrook Art Center,Tulsa, Oklahoma

Gulf Coast Invitational, Sculpture Exhibition, Galveston, TX
University of Texas, Sculpture, Dallas

Max Hutchinson’s Sculpture Now Gallery, Group Invitational, New York
Hayward Gallery, The Condition of Sculpture, London
Galerie Ariadne, Group Exhibition, New York
Nassau County Museum of Fine Art, Group Exhibition, Roslyn, NY
Waco Creative Arts Center,”Abstract Painting and Sculpture Today”, Waco, TX

The Museum of Fine Arts, Sculpture, Houston
Storm King Art Center, Recent Acquisitions, Mountianville, NY

Rhode Island School of Design, Small Works: Selections from the Richard Brown Baker Collection,
Whitney Museum of American Art, Biennial, New York

Indianapolis Museum of Art, Sculpture Invitational, Indianapolis
Corcoran & Corcoran, Group Exhibition, Coral Gables, FL

Aldrich Museum, Highlights from the Art Season, Ridgefield, CT
University of Maryland Art Gallery, What’s Happening in Soho, College Park
Lo Giudice Gallery, New York, “Show and Auction For Max’s Kansas City”

Whitney Museum of American Art, Sculpture Annual, New York

Tibor de Nagy Gallery, Group Exhibition, NY

Park Place Gallery, 2nd Annual Invitational, NY


ArtHamptons, with Gallery Sam, Oakland CA, Sculpture Fields of Nova’s Ark in Bridgehampton, NY

Art Miami, with Goya Comtemporary Miami, FL
ArtHamptons, with Gallery Sam ,Berkeley CA, Sculpture Fields of Nova’s Ark in Bridgehampton, NY
artMRKT Hamptons with Gallery Sam Berklely CA

ArtHamptons, Bridgehampton LI New York

Bridge Art Fair, New York, White 8 Galerie, Austria
ArtHamptons, Bridgehampton LI New York

KIAF Korea International Art Fair, Seoul, South Korea

Art Salzburg, White 8 Gallery, Salzburg, Austria

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