1930–2018

born in Norwalk, Connecticut, died in New York

 

Solo Exhibitions (selection)

 

2019

David Kordansky Gallery, Shadow and Silhouettes, Los Angeles

2018

chi K11 art museum, House and Universe, Shanghai

2017

Galerie Hubert Winter, Florentine Interiors, Vienna

2016

Institute of Contemporary Arts, Theatre of the Domestic, London
Salon 94 Bowery, Breakfast at the Seashore Lunch in Antella, New York

2015

Museo Marino Marini, Florence
David Kordansky Gallery, Illusions of Domesticity, Los Angeles

2014

Galerie Francesca Pia, Interior Views, Zurich

2013

Gallery Diet, Contro Versies Contro Versia an inaccurate history of painting and ceramics, Miami
ART BASEL, ART UNLIMITED, Basel
Salon 94 Freemans, Betty Woodman, New York
Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie, Of Botticelli, Berlin

2012

David Klein Gallery, Betty Woodman, Birmingham, Michigan

2011

Salon 94 Bowery, Roman Fresco / Pleasures and Places, New York
Gardiner Museum, Betty Woodman: Places, Spaces & Things, Toronto

2010

Tuscia Electa Arte Contemporanea, Three Kilns Occupied by Three Pieces, Impruneta, Italy
American Academy in Rome, Betty Woodman: Roman Fresco / Pleasures and Places, Rome
Harvey Meadows Gallery, Betty Woodman: Ceramics and Works on Paper, Aspen
Max Protetch Gallery, Paintings, New York
Locks Gallery, Philadelphia

2009

Museo delle Porcellane, Palazzo Pitti, Giardino di Boboli, Betty Woodman: L’allegra vitalità delle porcellane, Florence

2008

Galerie Besson, Betty Woodman: Trois Grandes Dames III, London
Max Protetch Gallery, Rooms and People, New York

2007

Carl Solway Gallery, Betty Woodman: Memories, Cincinatti, Ohio
Gallery Camino Real, Betty Woodman: Trascending Boundaries, Boca Raton, Florida

2006

Denver Art Museum, Somewhere Between Denver and Naples, Denver
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Art of Betty Woodman, New York
Max Protetch Gallery, Betty Woodman, New York

2005

Museu Nacional do Azulejo, Theatres of Betty Woodman, Lisbon (travel to Ariana Museum, Geneva, 2006)
Frank Lloyd Gallery, Santa Monica, California
Rhode Island School of Design Museum, Il giardino dipinto, Providence
Max Protetch Gallery, New York

2003

Frank Lloyd Gallery, Recent Work, Santa Monica
Max Protetch Gallery, Souvenirs, New York

2002

Daum Museum of Contemporary Art, Sedalia, Missouri
Montclair Art Museum, Two Bronze Benches and Four Ceramic Pictures of Korean Paintings, Montclair, New Jersey

2001

Max Protetch Gallery, Betty Woodman, New York

2000

Centro d’Arte La Loggia, Betty Woodman & Robert Barni: due vasi, Monterfiridolfi, Italy
Mizel Arts Center at the JCC, Pots Paper Prints, Denver
Max Protetch Gallery, Clay, Bronze, Paper, New York
Art Resources Transfer, A Conversation with Pat Steir, New York
Franklin Parrasch Gallery, Works from the 1980s, New York

1999

Blanden Memorial Art Museum, Fort Dodge, Iowa
Bethel College, Recent Work of Prints and Vases, St. Paul, Minnesota
CIRVA, Betty Woodman: Glass, Marseille, France

1998

Max Protetch Gallery, New York

1997

Max Protetch Gallery, New York

1996

Max Protetch Gallery, New York
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Travels to Fundaçao Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon (1997); Musée d’Art Contemporain, Dunkerque (1997); Provincial Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Oostende, Belgium (1998)

1995

Denver Art Museum, Denver
International Museum of Ceramics, Faenza, Italy

1994

Carin Delcourt van Krimpen Gallery, Amsterdam
Max Protetch Gallery, New York
Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, Florida

1993

Galerie Francesca Pia, Betty Woodman, Bern
Max Protetch Gallery, New York
Het Kruithuis Museum, Il Giardino Dipinto, ‚s-Hertogenbosch. Travels to Musée des Arts Decoratifs, Paris (1994)

1992

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, Connecticut

1991

Johnson County Community College, Betty Woodman: Works in Clay, Overland Park, Kansas

1990

Galerie Francesca Pia, Bern, Switzerland
Max Protetch Gallery, Recent Work, New York
Het Kruithuis, Opera Selecta: The Work of Betty Woodman, ‘s-Hertogenbosch. Travels to Musée des Arts Modernes, Aix-le-Bain, France (1991)

1989

The Museum of Modern Art, Lobby Project: Betty Woodman, New York
Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco
Max Protetch Gallery, Unique Porcelains, New York

1988

Denver Art Museum, Somewhere Between Naples and Denver, Denver. Travels to Institute Contemporary Art, Philadelphia (1992)
Max Protetch Gallery, Recent Work, New York
Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco
The Museum of Modern Art, Lobby Project: Betty Woodman / Three Palace Matrons, New York

1987

Boulder Center for the Visual Arts, Boulder
Carlton College, Northfield, Minnesota
Greenberg Gallery, St. Louis

1986

Max Protetch Gallery, New York
Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco
Susan Hilberry Gallery, Birmingham, Michigan

1985

Freeman Gallery, Albright College, The Ceramics of Betty Woodman, Reading
Gloria Luria Gallery, Bay Harbor Islands, Florida
Fabric Workshop, Presenting Food, Philadelphia (collaboration with Daniela Mattroce)
Max Protetch Gallery, Italian Vases, New York

1984

Aspen Museum, The Aspen Garden Room, Aspen
Garth Clark Gallery, Los Angeles
Douglas Drake Gallery, Kansas City
Max Protetch Gallery, New York

1983

Garth Clark Gallery, Los Angeles
Hadler / Rodriguez Gallery, The Houston Room, Houston
Max Protetch Gallery, New York

1982

Garth Clark Gallery, Los Angeles
Fashion Institute of Technology, An Interior Exchanged, New York (collaboration with Cynthia Carlson)

1981

Bennington College, A Cloistered Arbor Room, Vermont
Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York (collaboration with Joyce Kozloff)
Okun-Thomas Gallery, St. Louis
Helen Drutt Gallery, Philadelphia

1980

Amalgam Art Limited, London
Galleria Pirra, Torino
Hadler / Rodriguez Gallery, Canvas Constructions and Painted Pots, New York
Hadler / Rodriguez Gallery, Mostly Italian Pots, New York
Rochester Art Center, Rochester, Minnesota

1979

Art Latitude, New York
Hills Gallery, Santa Fe

1978

Casper College, Casper, Wyoming
Greenwich House Pottery, New York
Lyda Levi Gallery, Milan

1977

Colorado Women’s College, Honor Exhibit, Denver
Kansas State College, Emporia, KansasUnited States Information Service Gallery, Milan

1976

Clay and Fiber, Taos, New Mexico

1975

Nelson-Fosdick Gallery, Alfred University, Alfred, New York
Contemporary Crafts Gallery, Portland, Oregon

1974

Boulder, One Hundred Italian Pots, Colorado

1972

Kunsthandel Ina Broerse, Raku, Amsterdam (collaboration with George Woodman)

1970

Joslyn Art Museum, Salt Glaze, Omaha, Nebraska

1969

Archie Bray Foundation fort he Ceramic Arts, Salt Glaze, Helena, Montana

 

Group Exhibitions (selection)

 

2019

The Museum of Contemporary Art, With Pleasure: Pattern and Decoration in American Art 1972–1985, Los Angeles
ICA, Less Is a Bore: Maximalist Art & Design, Boston
MRAC, Les Chemins du Sud, Sérignan
Gracie Manion, She Persists: A Century of Women, New York
Consortium Museum, Pattern, Decoration & Crime, Dijon

2018

MAMCO, Pattern, Decoration & Crime, Geneva
David Kordansky Gallery, Taurus and the Awakener, Los Angeles
Shedhalle, Studio Eine Phantastik, Zurich

2017

Massimo De Carlo, Home. Homage to Colin de Land, Milano
Truth & Consequences, Domestic, Geneva
Danes/Corey, Referenced, New York

2016

Lorcan O’Neill, Kiki Smith, Betty Woodman, Rome

2014

BIACI, 1st Bienial Internacional de Arte Contemporaneo Caragena de Indias, Colombia
Lori Bookstein Fine Art, Speaking Through Paint: Hans Hofmann’s Legacy Today, New York

2013

Nina Freudenheim Gallery, The Four Woodmans, Buffalo
The Horticultural Society of New York, Vessels, New York
Design Miami/Basel, Switzerland
Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, Spectrum Suite, New York

2012

Galerie Francesca Pia, La Demeure Joyeuse II, Zurich
Brooklyn Museum, Playing House, Brooklyn
Gallery Diet, The Woodmans, Miami

2011

Victoria and Albert Museum, Postmodernism: Style and Subversion, 1970-1990, London
Auckland Art Museum, The University of North California at Chapel Hill, Carolina Collects: 150 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art from Alumni Collections, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

2010

Samson Projects, Betty, Charlie, Francesca & George, Boston
The Menshikov Palace, The Hermitage Museum, Sèvres, Porcelaines Contemporaines, St. Petersburg 
Interactions, organized by The Clay Studio at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia
D’Amelio Terras, Connecticut, New York

2009

Museum of Modern Art, Compass in Hand: Selections from The Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collections, New York
Galleria Massimo Minini, Carla Acardi, Sol LeWitt, Betty Woodman, Brescia
Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, The Legend of Bud Shark and his Indelible Ink, Denver
Institute of Contemporary Art, Dirt on Delight: Impulses that Form Clay, Philadelphia. Travels to the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota

2008

Foster Gallery, Shark’s Ink, Revisited, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Katonah Museum of Art, Conversations in Clay, Katonah, New York
The National Academy Museum, The 183rd Annual: An Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary American Art, New York 
Galleria Alessandro Bagnai, Outsider, Bologna
Harvey / Meadows Gallery, Contemporary Ceramic Art: A Survey, Aspen
Palazzo Pretorio, Concreta, Certaldo, Italy
The RISD Museum, Multi Part Art: Contemporary Art in the Collection, Providence, Rhode Island
Racine Art Museum, New, Novel and Never Shown Before 2008: Recent Gifts to the Collection (Part I), Wisconsin

2007

La Vieille Carité, Marseille Artistes Associés 1977-2007, Marseille
Bagiotti Progetto Arte, The Woodman Family, Florence
Museum of Fine Arts, Shy Boy, She Devil, and Isis: The Art of Conceptual Craft, Selections from the Wornick Collection, Boston

2006

The Grolier Club, Hot Off the Press Prints of 2006 From New York Printshops, New York
Leslie Tonkonow Gallery, The Bong or This Is Not a Pipe, New York
Palmer Museum of Art, Couples Discourse, University Park, Pennsylvania
Gimhae Culture Foundation Clayarch, International Architectural Ceramics, Gimhae, Korea
The USB Art Gallery, Great Pots: The Vessel as Art, 1900-2000; 20th Century Ceramics from the Newark Museum, New York

2004

Iris and B. Cantor Center for the Visual Arts, Stanford University, Picasso to Thiebaud: Modern and Contemporary Art form the Collections of Stanford University Alumni and Friends, Stanford
Vietnam Veteran’s of America Foundation, Art for a Landmine Free World, Pace Wildenstein, New York

2003

Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine, College of Art, Skowhegan: Faculty Exhibition, Portland
Denver Art Museum, Retrospectacle: 25 Years of Collecting Modern and Contemporary Art, Denver
Stedelijk Museum voor Hedendaages Kunst, Floating Time 2003-Lethe, River of Forgetfulness, ‘s-Hertogenbosch
Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, The Legacy of Modern Ceramic Art, Part II: Modern Ceramics Art from an International Perspective, Gifu, Japan
Arizona State University Art Museum, Shared Passion: Sara and David Lieberman Collection of Contemporary Ceramics and Art, Tempe, Arizona
Everson Museum of Art, Clay Works: American Ceramics from the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York

2002

Aichi Preferctural Ceramics Museum, Contemporary American Ceramics, 1950-1990: A Survey of American Objects and Vessels, Aichi, Japan. Travels to National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto; Iberaki Prefectural Ceramic Museum; Nilgata Prefectural Museum of Art; Setagaya Art Musem, Tokyo; Fukuoka Prefectural Museum of Art.
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Gifts in Honor of the 125th Anniversary, Philadelphia

2001

Holter Museum of Art, Ceramics Continuum: 50 Years of the Archie Bray Influence, Helena, Montana. Travels to seventeen museums and institutions
Aberystwyth Arts Centre, University of Wales, A Snake in the Garden: Contemporary Approaches to Slipware, Wales
World Ceramic Exposition, World Ceramic Centre, Ichon, Korea
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Renwick Gallery, USA Clay, Washington
Galerie d’art Conseil Génèrale des Bouches-du-Rhone, La Cirva à 15 ans, Aix-en-Provence

2000

Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Color and Fire: Defining Moments in Studio Ceramics, 1950-2000, Los Angeles
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Elbows and Tea Leaves: Front Range Women in the Visual Arts (1974–2000), Boulder

1999

Urban Glass, Glass on Site, New York
Het Kruithuis Museum, Choice from America, Modern American Ceramics, ‘s-Hertogenbosch
Hand Workshop Art Center, Contemporary Art From the Daniel Jacobs and Derek Mason Colection, Richmond, Virginia
Franklin Parrash Gallery, Dish, New York
M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, The Art of Craft: Contemporary Works from the Saxe Collection, San Francisco
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Clay into Art: Selections from the Contempoary Ceramics Collection in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

1998

Biennale Internationale de Ceramique Contemporaine, Musée Magnelli, La Geste et la Couleur, Une Poetique Ceramique, Vallauris, France
Vaselle d’Autore per il Vino Novello, Torgiano, Italy
Foster Gallery at University of Wisconsin, What’s Hot at Shark’s, Eau Claire

1997

Franklin Parrash Gallery, Image, Plate, Vessel, Andrew Lord, Ken Price, Betty Woodman, New York
Museum Moderne Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, View From Denver, Vienna

1996

Comune di Greve in Chianti, Tuscia Electa, Italy
University of Colorado Art Galleries, University of Colorado, Working Proof: 20 Years of Prints from Shark’s Inc., Boulder

1995

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, Connecticut

1994

Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Staten Island Cultural Center, Staten Island, New York
The Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock

1993

Olympic Winter Games, In Touch, Lillehammer, Norway

1992

Greenberg Gallery, DeVore, Turner, Woodman & Volkos, St. Louis
Institute of Contemporary Art, Investigations 1992, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

1991

The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, Shigaraki-yaki, Japan
Oriel Gallery, The Painted Vessel, Cardiff, Wales, England

1990

American Craft Museum, Vessels from Use to Symbol, New York
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Featured Artists From the Max Protetch Gallery, Greensboro
Douglas Drake Gallery, Par Hazard: A Changing Installation of Recent Acquisitions, New York

1989

Max Protetch Gallery, Max Protetch Gallery: 20 Years, New York
Musée des Arts Decoratifs, Craft Today USA, Paris
Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Six Master Craftsmen, Buffalo, New York
University of Minnesota, Pots: Focus on Function, Minneeapolis
Everson Museum of Art, Fragile Blossoms, Enduring Earth: The Japanese Influence On American Ceramics, Syracuse, New York

1988

The Arkansas Decorative Arts Museum, A Fine Place to Work: The Legacy of the Archie Bray Foundation, Little Rock
Detroit Art Institute, Power Over the Clay: American Studio Potters, Detroit.
Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, A Decade of Pattern, Philadelphia
Olympic Arts Festival, Seoul, Korea

1987

Everson Museum of Art, American Ceramics Now: The 27th Annual Ceramic National, Syracuse, New York. Travels.
Newhouse Gallery, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Feats of Clay, Staten Island, New York
American Center, Four Americans at Sévres, Paris
The National Museum of Modern Art, Contemporary American Ceramics, Seoul
Charles Cowles Gallery, A Group Exhibition: Andrew Lord, Ron Nagle, Ken Price, Peter Voulkos, Betty Woodman, New York
Seattle Art Museum, Clay Revisions, Seattle. Travels.
Garth Clark Gallery, Homage: 1986 NEA Artist Fellowship Recipients, Los Angeles

1986

Bevier Art Gallery, Rochester Institute of Technology, Architecture of Vessel, Rochester, New York
Victoria and Albert Museum, American Potters Today, London
The Crysler Museum, Painted Volumes: Ceramics by Twelve Artists, Norfolk
Goldie Paley Gallery, Moore College of Art, The Fabric Workshop: A Tradition Continued, Philadelphia
American Crafts Museum, The Poetry of the Physical, New York

1985

Whitney Museum of American Art, High Styles: Twentieth-Century American Design, New York
Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Tradition + Innovation: Decorative Art by Castkem Chihuly, Paley, Woodman, Austin
Blum Helman Gallery, Mary Heilmann/Janice Tchalenko/Betty Woodman, New York
American Crafts Museum II, Architectural Ceramics: Eight Concepts, New York
Dayton Art Institute, Clay, Dayton, Ohio
New Mexico State University, Dillingham, Turner, Wood, Woodman, Las Cruces
Gallery of Art, Washington University, Architectural Ceramics, St. Louis. Travels.
Gloria Luria Gallery, Bay Harbor Islands, Florida
Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, Adornments, New York

1984

Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Contemporary American Clay, Boston
Gallery One, Masters in American Clay, Toronto
Garth Clark Gallery, Rituals of Tea, Los Angeles
Thomas Segal Gallery, Boston
Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, 1+1=2, New York. Travels.
Katonah Gallery, Forms that Function, Katonah, New York
Garth Clark Gallery, Image / Vessel / Image, New York
Garth Clark Gallery, Then and Now, Los Angeles

1983

Het Kruithuis Museum, Who’s Afraid of American Clay, s-Hertogenbosch
Hudson River Museum, Ornamentalism, Yonkers, New York. Travels.
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Ceramic Echos, Kansas City
Wellesley College of Art Museum, Wellesley, Massachusetts
DBR Gallery, Clay Invitational 1983, Cleveland

1982

Het Kapelhuis Gallery, Nonkonformisten, Amersfoort
Neuberger Museum, State University of New York at Purchase, The Spirit of Orientalism (collaboration with Joyce Kozloff)
Galleria Pirra, Maestri della Ceramica, Torino
Garth Clark Gallery, Painted Pots, Los Angeles

1981

Maya Behn Gallery, Zurich
Delahunty Gallery, The Vessel, Dallas
Detroit Gallery of Contemporary Crafts, For Tea, Detroit
Hadler/Rodriguez Gallery, The New Fauves, Houston
Hadler/Rodriguez Gallery, New York
Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art, Ritual ans Function, Providence
Myers Fine Arts Gallery, State University College of New York at Plattsburgh, Usable Art, Plattsburgh. Travels.

1980

Ceramics at the Eighth Annual Chunichi International, Exhibition of Ceramic Arts, Nagoya and Tokyo, Japan
American Craft Museum, For the Tabletop, New York
Carnegie-Mellon University, Crafts / Sculptures, Pittsburgh
Moore College of Art, Robert L. Pfannebecker Collection, Philadelphia
Museum of the Philadelphia Civic Center, Contemporary Ceramics: A Response to Wedgewood, Philadelphia
Renwick Sculpture Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution, American Porcelain, Washington D.C. Travels.
Iowa State University, Contemporary American Potters / New Vessels, Iowa

1979

Amalgam Art Limited, Thrown Pottery, London
Arvada Center for the Arts, Colorado Women in the Arts, Arvada
Clayworks Studio, Clayworks Studio International, New York (Collaboration with Cynthia Carlson)
Everson Museum of Art, A Century of Ceramics in the United States, Syracuse, New York. Travels.
Denver Art Museum, Colorado Crafts / Seventeen Views, Denver
Hills Gallery, Landscapes, Santa Fe
International Ceramic Exhibit, Faenza, Italy

1978

Faculty Show, University of Georgia, Cortona, Italy

1977

Philadelphia Museum of Art, American Crafts ’77, Philadelphia
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Fiber, Metal, Clay: A Contemporary View, Ann Arbor, Michigan
National Ceramic Educators Conference Invitational, University of Northem Colorado, Greeley, Colorado
Yaw Gallery, Functional Ceramics, Birmingham, Michigan

1976

Kansas City Art Institute, Eight Professional Potters, Kansas City

1974

American Crafts Council, Christmas 1974 Exhibition, New York

1973

The American Craft Museum, Objects for Preparing Food, New York. Travels to Renwick Gallery, National Museum of Art, Washington D.C.

1972

The American Craft Museum, Salt Glaze International, New York

1968

Scripps College, Ceramic Annual, Claremont, California

 

Awards

 

2014

Gold Medal for Consumate Craftmanship, The American Craft Coucil

2010

National Artist Award, Anderson Ranch, Snowmass Village, CO

2009

Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island

2008

Lifetime Achievement Award, Brooklyn Museum/Modernism Design Award, Brooklyn, New York
National Academician, National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York
Dunwiddie Prize, National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York

2007

Doctor of Humane Letters Honoris Causa, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

2006

Doctor of Fine Arts Honoris Causa, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

2004

Premio Internazionale Vietri sul Mare, Fondazione Museo Artistico Industriale, Salerno, Italy

2000

Honorary Fellow, National Council of Educators in Ceramic Arts

1998

The Visionary Award of The American Craft Museum, New York

1995

Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship, Bellagio Study Center, Bellagio

1993

Distinguished Research & Creative Lectureship, University of Colorado, Boulder

1987

Governor’s Award in the Arts, Colorado

1986

National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship

1980

National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship

1966

Fulbright-Hays Scholarship to Florence

 

Special Projects

 

2013

Design Miami/Basel, Switzerland

2013

Alessandro’s Room, Art Unlimited, Art Basel, Switzerland

2012

River Views, commissioned installation at the Christopher S. Bond U.S. Courthouse, Jefferson City
A Visit to Rome, privately commissioned bronze fountain installation, sculpture garden, Perugia

2008

Chinese Pleasure, commissioned installation, U.S. Embassy, Beijing

2000

City Hall, Mercatale, painted building, commissioned by the city of Mercatale

1993

Installation at Denver International Airport, commissioned by Denver International Airport

1988

Lobby Project, installation of vases in the museum lobby, The Museum of Modern Art, New York (1989, 1991)

 

Permanent Collections (selection)

 

Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
International Ceramic Museum, Faenza, Italy
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Musée des Arts Decoratifs, Paris, France
Museu Nacional do Azulejo, Lisbon, Portugal
Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
World Ceramic Center, Ichon, Korea
Gardiner Museum, Toronto, Canada