Artists in Residence, Princeton Atelier, Princeton University, NJ
Djerassi Foundation Residency, Woodside, Ca.
Artists in Residence, Addison Gallery of
American Art, Andover, Ma.
Provincetown Arts Council Grant
Fine Arts Work Center Fellowship, Provincetown, Ma.
New Jersey State Council for the Arts Grant.
BFAs from Washington University in St. Louis, Mo.
Focus Gallery, London, England, "City of Salt" Oct-Nov
Richardson Gallery, New York, "City of Salt" May-June
DNA Gallery, Provincetown, Ma. “City of Salt” July-August
Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, NY. “Scotlandfuturebog” Jan-Feb.
2000 Palo Alto Arts Center, Palo Alto,
Ca. “The REC, Past-Future” Sept-Dec.
DNA Gallery, Provincetown, Ma. “Schottensumpfkunftig” July.
Lisa Sette Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona. “Past and Future” March-April
David Beitzel Gallery, New York. “Transmissions from the
Schottensumpfkumpftig (Scotlandfuturebog)” Febuary-March
1999 Pepper Gallery, Boston, Ma. “Schottensumpfkunftig”
Paul Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles. “The Circular River: the Siberian
of 1944-46” Oct.
Monique Knowlton, New York. “The Circular River” October - January
1998 Eli Marsh Gallery, Amherst College,
Amherst, Ma. “The Circular River” Oct.
Bachelier Cardonsky Gallery, Kent, Ct. Sept-Oct.
Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, NY. June-July
Pepper Gallery, Boston, Ma. “The Circular River” April-June
1997 Monique Knowlton, New York. “The Pavillion
of the Greenman” Oct-Nov.
East End Gallery, Provincetown, Ma. “The Burren Expedition” August.
Monique Knowlton, New York. “The Journals of Peter Hesselbach” March-April
Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, Fl. “Tent of the Mesmer” March-May
Pepper Gallery, “The Photographic Journals of Peter Hesselbach” Dec-Jan
1996 Bachelier Cardonsky Gallery, Kent, Ct. “Tent of the Mesmer”
East End Gallery, “The Golden Age of Devonshire Semaphore: Royal Excavation
Corps Signal Flag Manouevres 1934-36” September.
Monique Knowlton, “The Roodloft of the Drunken Beekeeper” April-May.
1995 East End Gallery, “Zelt der Biscuit Mench”
Hudson Walker Gallery, Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, Ma. “Chapel
dedicated to the Human Head”, an installation of a work in progress.
Gallery Camino Real, “Collabrative Paintings” Dec-Jan 1994-95.
1994 Bachelier Cardonsky Gallery,
“The Eskimo Paintings” Sept-Oct.
East End Gallery, “The Biscuit Triptychs” July.
1993 Forum Gallery, New York. “Bog Pastries
and Bread Heads from the Archives
of the Royal Excavation Corps” September.
East End Gallery, “Painted Heads” July.
Diana Burke, New York. “The Delusional Object: Banners and Artefacts
the Royal Excavation Corps” March-April.
1992 East End Gallery, “Flagman Artefacts” August.
1991 East End Gallery, July.
Owen Patrick Gallery, Philadelphia. March-April.
Klein Art Gallery, Woodstock, NY.
1980s The Bergen County Museum of Arts
and Sciences, Paramus, NJ. “A Pictish
Bedchamber of the 9th Century” August 1989.
Art Mecca, Chicago. “Pictavia Antiqua” March-May 1989.
The New End Gallery, London, England. August 1988.
The Royal Photographic Society, Bath, England. June-July 1988.
2001 Triple Candie, New York. “Rumors of War: A Contemporary
Exhibition Inspired by
The Art of Jacob Lawrence” curated by Franklin Sirmans. Dec 01-Jan
Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY. “Digital: Printmaking Now” June-Sept.
Cape Cod Museum of Art, Dennis, Ma. “Small Works by Fellows of the
Fine Arts Work
Center 1985-2000” July-Sept
Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, DE. “Photo-Synthesis:
Developments in Contemporary Photography” April-July
Carl Hammer Gallery, Chicago, IL. “Of Dreams and Dreamers: Art as a Vehicle
of Escape.” Sept-Oct
Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, Fl. “Photo-Synthesis: Recent Developments
Contemporary Photography” Jan-Feb
David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown University, Providence, R.I. “False Witness:
Sputnik and Kahn/Selesnick Scotlandfuturebog, with a lecture by David
Wilson, director of the
Museum of Jurassic Technology” Jan-March
2000 The Art Museum, Florida International
“American Art Today: Fantasies & Curiousities” Sept-Nov
1999 Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips
Academy, Andover, Ma. “Referencing the Past:
Six Contemporary Artists: Kahn/Selesnick, John O’Reilly, George Condo,
David McGee, and
Laurie Hogan” Sept-Jan 2000.
Camera Works, San Francisco, Ca. “Rattling the Frame, 1974-1999” Oct-Nov.
Photographic Resource Center, Boston University. “Dramatis Personae:
A look at role-playing
and narrative in contemporary photography” Feb-March 1999.
1998 National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution,
Washington DC “Faces of
Time: 75 years of Time Magazine Cover Portraits” March-August.
Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Ma. “Expanded Visions: the
The Brush Art Gallery, Lowell, Ma. “SELF-AMUSED: The Contemporary Artist
Observer and Observed” Feb-March.
1997 DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, Ma. “10 Artists/10
Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, NY. “Provincetown in Hudson” Jan-Feb.
1995 Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles. December.
Monique Knowlton, “Inaugural Group Show” Sept-Oct.
Drerup Gallery, Plymouth State College, Plymouth, NH. “1994-95 Visual
from the Fine Arts Work Center” Nov-Jan 1994-95.
1994 Boston Center for the Arts, Boston.
“Fantasically Real” April-May.
Pepper Gallery, Boston. “Spirits Unveiled” Sept-Oct.
Robert Brown Gallery, Washington DC. “Giacometti and Others” Dec-Jan
1993 Tribeca Gallery, New York. “Bergen Museum
in New York” December.
1992 Maxwell Davidson Gallery, New York.
“Sculpture: Colour and Motion” Oct.
Spazi Fine Arts, Housatonic, Ma. October.
1991 Commune de Sirmione, Lake Garda, Italy. Outdoor
Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Provincetown, Ma. “Four Young
Artists Here and New” May-June.
The Designer’s Guild, London, England.
Susan Cummins Gallery, Mill Valley, Ca. “The History of the Bird” Dec-Jan.
1980s The Bergen County Museum of Arts
and Sciences, Paramus, NJ.
“The Six” - a show of Bergen County’s top six fellowship winners, curated
by Barbara Haskell, chief curator of the Whitney Museum of Art. 1988.
Detail, New York. 1987-89.
Civilisation, New York. 1985-87.
The Red Studio, New York. “Time” December 1984.