EXHIBITIONS

Selected Solo and Two-person Shows


2016

Art Rosenbaum and Margo Newmark Rosenbaum ,” Farmington Depot Gallery, Farmington, Georgia

2015

The Works of Art Rosenbaum: Paintings and Drawings,” Sarah Sllberman Art Gallery, Montgomery College, Rockville, Maryland

2011

Down South: Paintings by Art Rosenbaum, Photographs by Margo Newmark Rosenbaum,” Morris Museum, Augusta, Georgia

2011

Exploring the South: Paintings and Drawings by Art Rosenbaum,” Chandler Art Center, Chandler, Arizona

2010

Drawings and Paintings by Art Rosenbaum; Photographs by Margo Newmark Rosenbaum,” Mercury Gallery, Indigo Hotel, Athens, Georgia

Art Rosenbaum, Paintings; Margo Newmark Rosenbaum, Photographs,” Hunt Gallery, Oxford College of Emory University, Oxford, Georgia

Art Rosenbaum, Paintings and Drawings; Margo Newmark Rosenbaum, Photographs,” Wesleyan College, Macon Georgia Lamar Lecture Series

2009

Drawings by Art Rosenbaum; Photographs by Margo Newmark Rosenbaum,” The James Library, Norwell, Massachusetts

2006

He Weaves His Art on Golden Looms: Paintings and Drawings by Art Rosenbaum, 1956-2006,” Retrospective, Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA, October 21, 2006-January 7, 2007 curated by Dennis Harper, with catalogue essays by Dennis Harper and Paul Manoguerra, introduction by Len Jenkin.

Art Rosenbaum—Relationships in Time: Drawings and Painting,” Mercury Art Works, Athens, GA, Nov. 16- 2006- January 20, 2007

2005

Drawings and Watercolors,” solo, Meyers Gallery, Athens Academy, Athens, GA

2004

Heart and Mind, or ‘My Mind Will Never Be ‘Aisy,’” solo exhibition, 68 Hope Street Gallery, Liverpool School of Art and Design, John Moores University, UK, Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art

Visions and Voices,” two-person show with Margo Newmark Rosenbaum, Lyndon House Art Center, Athens, GA

2003

Solo, Paintings and Drawings,” Lander University, Greenwood SC

Recent Paintings,” Mary Pauline Gallery, Augusta, Georgia.

Director’s Choice, Southworks,” solo invitational, at OCAF Art Center, Watkinsville, GA

Folk Visions and Voices Update,” two person, with Margo Newmark Rosenbaum, Georgia Heritage Center for the Arts, Tallulah Falls, GA

2001

We Draw Our Students,” two-person exhibition with Joseph Patrick, Main Gallery, Lamar Dodd School of Art

1999

Art Rosenbaum—Triptychs: ‘Hurricane Season,’ ‘India Triptych’, Other Paintings,” Blue Mountain Gallery, New York, NY Paintings,” Blue Mountain Gallery, New York, NY, May 21-June 9, solo

Triptychs: ‘Hurricane Season’, ‘India Triptych’ and other paintings,” Cowles Myles Collier East Gallery, Weslyan College, Macon, GA, and Mary Pauline Gallery, Augusta, GA, summer.

1998

Art Rosenbaum—Drawings and Paintings 1978-1998,” Robert Matre Gallery, Atlanta

1997

Living Rythms,” The River Gallery, Chattanooga, TN, two-person show with Margo Newmark Rosenbaum

1996

Soccer Scrimmage,” The Globe, Athens, GA, two-person show with photos by Margo Newmark Rosenbaum

1995

Paintings,” Smith Gallery, Atlanta, solo

Shout,” (see below), Avery Study for African-American Studies, College of Charleston; Gertrude Herbert Art Institute, Augusta, GA.

1994

Shout,” drawings, with photographs by Margo Newmark Rosenbaum, organized by Georgia Museum of Art opens Museum of Coastal History, St. Simons Island, Georgia: catalog; to be circulated through 1995

1992-93

Paintings and Drawings,” Carriage Works Gallery, Georgia Council for the Arts, Atlanta, solo

1992

Drawings and Paintings,” Lyndon House Art Center, Athens, GA

Watch Night,” drawings of the ring shout on the Georgia Coast, with photographs by Margo N. Rosenbaum; Institute of Ecology Gallery, University of Georgia

1991

33 Years of Works on Paper,” Visual Arts Gallery, University of Georgia Georgia

1989

Paintings and Drawings,” Chateau Elan Gallery, Braselton, GA, with photographs by Margo N. Rosenbaum

Horses and People,” paintings, Converse College Gallery, Spartanburg, South Carolina, two-person, with photographs by Margo N. Rosenbaum

1988

Folk Visions and Voices,” Gallery I, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, paintings and drawings, with photographs by Margo N. Rosenbaum

1984

Paintings and Drawings,” Anton Gallery, Washington, DC, with Rev. Howard Finster

Paintings,” Museum of the South, Mobile, Alabama

1983

Drawings,” Lyndon House Gallery, Athens, GA, special show in conjunction with publication of Folk Visions and Voices: Traditional Music and Song in North Georgia, by Art Rosenbaum, University of Georgia Press

1981

Drawings,” Anton Gallery, Washington, D.C.

1980

Folk Visions and Voices,” Nexus, Third Floor Gallery, Atlanta, GA; expanded exhibition of work done under NEA Grant and two-day festival of performances by traditional musicians, organized by Art Rosenbaum; drawings and paintings, with photographs by Margo N. Rosenbaum

Folk Visions and Voices,” Berea College, Berea, Kentucky, drawings, with photos by Margo Newmark Rosenbaum

Drawings and Paintings,” Painter Gallery, Virginia Western College, Roanoke

1979

Drawings,” Basel Folk Festival, Basel, Switzerland

Drawings and Paintings,” Razor Gallery, New York, NY, expanded show

Folk Visions and Voices,” with photographs by Margo Newmark Rosenbaum

1978

Paintings and Drawings,” University of Kentucky Department of Art, Lexington, KY

Drawings,” Sfinks Gallery, Bochout (Antwerp), Belgium, with photos by Margo N. Rosenbaum

Folk Visions and Voices,” Palazzo Vagnotti, Cortona, Italy, drawings, and photos by Margo N. Rosenbaum

Folk Visions and Voices,” initial presentation of exhibition to be developed over several years, Image Gallery, Athens, GA, drawings and paintings, with photos by Margo Newmark Rosenbaum, Skydome Gallery, Lexington Public Library, Lexington, KY, paintings

1977

Paintings,” Razor Gallery, New York, NY

1974

John Mariana Art Gallery, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO

Razor Gallery, New York, NY

University of Dubuque, Dubuque, Iowa

1973

Drawings,” U.C.L.A. School of Law (in conjunction with mural dedication)

1970

Davenport Municipal Gallery, Davenport, Iowa, two-person, with Forrest Bailey

1969

Cedar Rapids Art Center, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

1963

Saint Paul’s Gallery, Columbia University, New York, NY

1961

Columbia University, New York, NY, Comprehensive Exhibition for M.F.A. degree


Selected Group Shows


2016 “Tiny World,”curated by Didi Dunphy, Indigo, Athens

2016 “Recent Acquisitions,” Walker Gallery, Liverpool, UK

2013 Group Exhibition, Linda Matney Gallery, Williamsburg, VA

2011 “Down South: Paintings by Art Rosenbaum, Photographs by Margo Newmark Rosenbaum,” Morris Museum, Augusta, Georgia

2011 “Drawn from Athens,” curated by Didi Dunphy, Indigo, Athens

2011 “The Contemporary Figure,” Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta, group invitational

2011 “The Child Ballads,” UnionDocs, Brooklyn, New York second venue of  2010  group painting  exhibition

2010 “The Child Ballads,” group painting exhibition, G-Spot Gallery, Baltimore, MD

2009 “A Painters Reel: Comtemporary Painting in Geogia,” Macon Museum of Arts and Sciences, group circulated to Telfair Museum, Savannah (2010); Morris Museum, Augusta, GA (2010)

2008 “Stories and Gestures: Drawings by Robert Rivers, Art Rosenbaum and Dennis Schmalstig,” the Alice and Williams Jenkins GallerCrealde School of Art, Winter Park, Florida, November 10, 2008-January

2008 “Inside-Out, Outside-In,”  Space 301, Mobile, AL, invitational, summer 2008

2004 Group Exhibition, Mary Pauline Gallery, Augusta

2003 Group Exhibition, Mary Pauline Gallery, Augusta

2001 “The Human Condition: Recent Work by Gary Chapman, Dale Kennington, Art Rosenbaum,” The Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, Curated by Brigitte Foley with illustrated catalogue

2001 “Athens Lost,” two works in curated exhibition, Lyndon House, Athens, summer

2001 “Concerning the Nude Figure,” Matre Gallery, Atlanta

2001 “Small Works,” December show, Mercury Gallery, Athens

2000 “New Acquisitions–Works on Paper“, Georgia Museum of Art, UGA

2000 “Concerning the Human Figure,” Matre Gallery, Atlanta

2000 “UGA Studies Abroad Exhibition,” Palazzo Vagnotti, Cortona, Italy

2000 “University of Georgia Faculty Show,” Lyndon House, Athens, GA

1999 Gallery Group Exhibition, Mary Pauline Gallery, Augusta, GA

1998 “The Art of Teaching,” invitational, Columbus (GA) Museum

1998 “Postures–Concerning the Nude Figure,” group show, Robert Matre Gallery, Atlanta

1998 “Inaugural Exhibition,” Mary Pauline Gallery, Augusta, GA, group

1998 “UGA Faculty Show,” Georgia Museum of Art

1997 “Selections from the Sea Grant Collection,” Georgia Museum of Art

1996 “Southern Classic,” Georgia Council for the Arts Exhibition for the Olympics, Office of the Governor

1996 “University of Georgia Olympic Summer Faculty Show,” Visual Arts Gallery

1995 “Sea Grant Art Collection” (see below), Carter Center, Atlanta

1994 “Vividly Told: contemporary Southern Narrative Painting,” The Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA.; The Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, S. C. by Estill Pennington, curator

1994 “Local Sex, Love, and Death,” Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, curated by Julia A. Fenton

1994 “Gala,” Brenau College, Gainesville, GA, national invitational

1993 “University of Georgia Faculty Exhibition,” Georgia Museum of Art

1992 “At the Heart of Change: Cross Currents in Contemporary Southern Art,” Kennesaw College Gallery, Kennesaw, GA curated by Roberta Griffin

1992 “National Invitational,” Brenau College, Gainesville, GA (three works)

1991 “Lyndon House Annual,” Athens GA; Walter Hopps, juror; merit award

1990 “Faculty Exhibition,” Georgia Museum of Art, The University of Georgia

1990 Summer Group Show, Gasperi Gallery, New Orleans

1990 Four-person show with Richard Olsen, James Herbert, and Harold Howe, Novus Gallery, Atlanta

1990 “The Male Image,” invitational show, Gasperi Gallery, New Orleans

1989 “41st Biennial of Contemporary American Painting,” The Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D.C., one of 18 painters selected by guest curator William A. Fagaly, catalogue, circulated to Georgia Museum of Art, Athens; The New Orleans Museum; Norton Gallery, West Palm Beach, Florida.

1989 “City on a Hill: 20th Anniversary Exhibition,” University of Georgia Studies Abroad Program, Georgia Museum of Art; Palazzo Casali Cortona, Italy; San Stia Gallery, Venice Italy; catalogue

1989 Three-person show with Stan Mullins and Todd Murphy, Rock Umbria, Umbertide, Italy

1989 “Southern Explosion,” Quinlan Art Center, Gainesville, GA, invitational

1988 “Faculty Exhibition, UGA Studies Abroad Fall Program,” Tate Student Center Gallery, University of Georgia

1988 “Fact, Fiction, Fantasy: Recent Narrative Art in the Southeast,” (see below), circulated: Rudolph Eilee Gallery, Clemson University, Moody Gallery of Art, University of Alabama, East Tennessee University, Wake Forest University Art Gallery

1987 “Fact, Fiction, Fantasy: Recent Narrative Art in the Southeast,” Sam Yates, curator, Ewin Gallery, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

1987 “Narrative Painting,” Columbus (Georgia) Museum, five paintings included; Fred C. Fussell, curator

1987 “A Stone’s Throw,” the Greenville County Museum, Greenville, South Carolina, Sharon Campbell, curator

1986 Southern Arts Federation/National Endowment for the Arts Regional Fellowships for Visual Artist Exhibition, Atlanta College of Art and Design Gallery (catalog)

1986 “Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Southern Art,” Anniston Museum, AL; curated by Emilie E. Burn, EdD

1986 “Artists’ Political Statements,” Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC; curated by Richard Craven

1986 “A Sense of Place,” Minneapolis College of Art and Design Gallery, Minneapolis, MN; Invitational Show, curated by Julie Yanson. Catalog essay by Eleanor Heartney.

1986 Faculty Show, Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, GA

1985 “Volti del Sud,” Palazzo Venezia, Rome, Italy; invitational, art from Southern U.S. Woodruff Gallery, Atlanta, GA; catalog

1985 “What Artists Have to Say About Nuclear War,” Nexus, Inc., Atlanta, curated by Amy Landesberg

1985 “Sea Grant Art Project Exhibition,” Ecology Gallery, University of Georgia, Athens, GA; Dalton Jr. College, Dalton, GA; Brunswick Jr. College, Brunswick, GA; Florida State Museum, Gainesville, Fl; Coffman Gallery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; Tweed Museum, Duluth, MN; Elvehjem Museum, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; Alexander G. Ruthven Museum, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; Madison Morgan Cultural Center, Madison, GA; (“Sea Grant Exhibition,” collection from Visual Arts Component of University of Georgia Sea Grant. Circulated since 1983, scheduled to travel through 1988

1985 “Southern Fervor,” Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

1985 “Southern Fictions,” Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX; curated by Marti Mayo, Catalog essay by William A. Fagaly, University of Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA; Faculty Show

1983 “New Orleans Triennial,” New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA, curated by Linda Cathcart, catalogue

1982 Faculty Show, University of Georgia Studies Abroad, Palazzo Vagnotti, Cortona, Italy

1981-1982 State Capitol, Atlanta, GA; three paintings on view in office of Lt. Governor Zell Miller, at his invitation

1981 “Small Works,” Kipnis, Works of Art, Atlanta, GA

1981 “More Than Land or Sky: Art From Appalachia,” National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; curated by Barbara Shissler Nosanow. 1981, circulated through 1984: Southeast Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC; Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN; Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL; University of Mississippi Museum, University, MS; Sunrise Museum, Charleston, WVA; Robertson Center for Arts and Sciences, SUNY at Binghamton, Binghamton, NY; Southern Ohio Museum and Cultural Center, Portsmouth, OH; Roanoke, VA; Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS; Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, SC; Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, Hagerstown, Md. Catalog

1980 “Faculty Show,” Visual Arts Gallery, University of Georgia, Athens, GA

1978 “Gallery Group,” Razor Gallery, New York, NY

1978 “Viscera,” Third Floor Gallery, Atlanta, GA, Nexus, Inc.

1978 “University of Georgia Faculty Show.” Madison-Morgan Cultural Center, Madison, GA

1978 “Watercolor USA,” Art Museum, Springfield, MO, juried

1977 “Gallery Group,” Razor Gallery, New York, NY

1977 “Art Rosenbaum, David James, Larry Millard,” Visual Arts Gallery, University of Georgia

1977 “Small Works–Faculty Show,” University of Georgia, Athens, GA

1976 “Iowa Artists’ Annual,” Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA, juried, Iowa State Capitol Building Invitational Exhibition

1974 “Art Scene, ’74,” Great Neck, NY, International Invitational

1974 “Figurative Paintings from Camelot House,” University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City, IA; two-man show with Joseph Patrick

1973 “Second Annual Watercolor Invitational,” Sioux City Art Center, Sioux City, IA (circulated)

1973 “Iowa Faculty Invitational,” Design Center, Iowa State University, Ames, IA

1972 “Iowa Artists’ Annual,” Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA, 3 works, Walter Hopps, juror: Edmonston Award, Best in Show

1972 Faculty Exhibition, University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City, IA

1972 “First Annual Watercolor Invitational,” Sioux City Art Center, Sioux City, IA

1972 “Gallery Group,” Spectrum Gallery, New York, New York, NY

1972 “Six Figurative from Iowa and Illinois,” Peoria Art Guild, Peoria, IL, curated

1971 “Paintings,” Anoka-Ramsay State College, Coon Rapids, MN

1970 “Young American Artists,” Barnard College, New York, NY

1969 “Faculty Exhibition,” University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City, IA

1967 “Gallery Group Show,” Talbot Gallery, Indianapolis, IN

1966 “Group Show,” Dorsky Gallery, New York, NY

1966 “Landscape,” Visual Arts Gallery, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

1957 “Fiftieth Annual Indiana Artists’ Invitational,” Herron Museum, Indianapolis, IN

1960 “Fifty Indiana Prints,” Herron Museum, Indianapolis, juried

1958 “Fifty Indiana Prints,” Herron Museum, Indianapolis, juried

1957 “Indiana Artists’ Exhibition,” Herron Museum, Indianapolis, juried

1956 “Indiana Artists’ Exhibition,” Herron Museum, Indianapolis, juried

1955 “Indiana Artists’ Exhibition,” Herron Museum, Indianapolis, juried

1954 “Fifty Indiana Prints,” Herron Museum, Indianapolis, juried

1953 “Indiana Artists’ Exhibition,” Herron Museum, Indianapolis, juried

1953 “Indiana State Fair Art Exhibition,” blue ribbon, Junior Student Division, juror, Peter Hurd