Andres Serrano Catalogue
Andres Serrano
Group Exhibitions
"Artists Call Against U.S. Intervention in Central America," Judson Church. New York, New York. 
"Summits," Nassau Community College. New York, New York. 
"Call and Response," Colby College Museum of Art. Waterville, Maine. 
"Window Installation," Printed Matter. New York, New York. 
"Scream Chamber," El Pueblo Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Indigestion," P.P.O.W. New York, New York. 
"Americana," Installation by Group Material at the Whitney Biennial, The Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. March 13-June 2, 1985. 
"Myth and History," Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art. New York, New York. 
"Funeral Rites," White Columns. New York, New York. 
"All the Comforts of Home," Kamikaze. New York, New York. 
"National Studio Program Exhibition," The Clocktower. New York, New. 
"Godda," A & P Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Seeing is Believing?," Alternative Museum. New York, New York. December 7-January 11, 1986. 
"Timeline," Group Material Installation at P.S.1 Institute for Art and Urban Resources. Long Island City, New York. 
"Novus Ordo Seclorum," A & P Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Liberty and Justice," Alternative Museum. New York, New York. February 22-March 22, 1986. 
"New New York," Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art. Cleveland, Ohio. 
"Mass," Travelling exhibition organized by Group Material. 
"Fresh Fruit for Rotten Vegetables," A & P Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Past, Present, Future," New Museum of Contemporary Art. New York, New York. June 21-August 10, 1986. 
"New Traditions," New York State Museum. Albany, New York. September 13-December 28, 1986. 
International Center of Photography Midtown. New York, New York. 
"The Law and Order Show," John Weber Gallery. New York, New York. 
"The Sacred and the Sacrilegious," Photographic Resource Center. Boston, Massachusetts. 
"Fact, Fiction, Fragment, Fetish," Stux Gallery. Boston, Massachusetts. 
"Anti-Heroes and Predatory Powers," Robert B. Menschel Gallery. Syracuse, New York. 
"Large as Life," Henry Street Settlement. New York, New York. 
"Greater Than Or Equal To (30 x 40)," Jayne Baum Gallery. New York, New York. 
"TransVision," Stux Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Floating Values," Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center. Buffalo, New York. 
"Interiors," Installation, Light Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Fake," New Museum of Contemporary Art. New York, New York. May 7-July 12, 1987. 
"Art Against AIDS," Jeffrey Neale Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Mary," Althea Viafora Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Scared to Breath," Perspektierf. Rotterdam, Netherlands. 
"The Castle," Group Material Installation, Documenta 8. Kassel, Germany. 
"Selections," Stux Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Myth/Ritual," San Francisco Camerawork. San Francisco, California. 
"A Visible Order," Gallery 400, University of Illinois at Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. 
Otis Art Institute of Parsons School of Design. Los Angeles, California. 
"Constitution," Group Material Installation. Temple Gallery, Temple University. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
"The Spiral of Artificiality," Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center. Buffalo, New York. November 7-December 19, 1987. 
"Acts of Faith," Cleveland State University Art Gallery. Cleveland, Ohio. January 8-February 5, 1988. 
"Female (Re)Production," White Columns. New York, NEw York. 
"A Romantic Distance," Jeffrey Neale Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Convergences," Lehman College. Bronx, New York. 
"Awards In the Visual Arts 7," (through SECCA) Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles, California. May 26-July 17, 1988. 
Carnegie-Mellon University Art Gallery. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. September 11-October 9, 1988.
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Richmond, Virginia. December 13, 1988-January 29, 1989. 
Kenyon, Kathleen, curator.  "New Surrealism," Woodstock Center of Photography. Woodstock, New York. June 11-July 24, 1988. 
"New Strategies," Jan Kesner Gallery. Los Angeles, California. 
"LAVA," Onetwentyeight. New York, New York. 
"The Photo Ostensive," Jayne Baum Gallery. New York, New York. 
"FOCO," Circulo de Bellas Artes. Madrid, Spain. 
"Life-Like," Lorence Monk Gallery. New York, New York. 
Randolph Street Gallery. Chicago, Illinois. 
"AIDS in Democracy," Dia Art Foundation. New York, New York. 
"Science Projects," Lafayette College. Easton, Pennsylvania. 
"New York Winners," BMW Art Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Contemporary Saints," Henry Street Settlement. New York, New York. 
"Through a Glass Darkly," Illinois State University. Normal, Illinois. 
"On the Cutting Edge," Fine Arts Museum of Long Island. Hempstead, New York. 
"In Evidence," Randolph Street Gallery. Chicago, Illinois. 
Stux Gallery. New York, New York. 
"The Big Picture," Rena Bransten Gallery. San Francisco, California. 
"The Photography of Invention," Smithsonian Institute National Museum of Art. Washington, D.C. April 28-September 10, 1989. 
"Made Not Taken," Marian Locks Gallery. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
"Erotophobia," Simon Watson Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Personae: Contemporary Portraiture and Self-Portraiture," Islip Art Museum. East Islip, New York. 
"Abstraction in Question," The Ringling Museum of Art. Sarasota, Florida. January 20-April 2, 1989. 
Center for the Fine Arts. Miami, Florida. May 20-July 23, 1989. 
"Elements: Money, Sex, Religion," Real Art Ways. Hartford, Connecticut. 
"Strange Attractors: Signs of Chaos," The New Museum of Contemporary Art. New York, New York. September 14-November 26, 1989. 
"Taboo," Greg Kucera Gallery. Seattle, Washington. October 5-29, 1989. 
"To Probe and to Push: Artists of Provocation," Wessel O'Connor Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Abstraction in Contemporary Photography," Hamilton College. Clinton, New York. 
"Abstraction in Photography," Zabriskie Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Dialectic Material," Karl Bornstein Gallery. Santa Monica, California. 
"Cross," BlumHelman. New York, New York. 
"Perfect Image," Richard Bennett Gallery. Los Angeles, California. 
"The Clinic," Simon Watson Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Once Upon a Time There Was A Photograph," Barbara Gillman Gallery. Miami, Florida. 
"The Indominatable Spirit," International Center of Photography. New York, New York. 
"Serrano/Mapplethorpe: You Decide," Wright State University. Dayton, Ohio. 
"All Quiet on the Western Front?," Galerie Antoine Candau. Paris, France. 
Fernando Alcolea Galeria d'Art. Barcelona, Spain. 
"Insect Politics: Body Horror/Social Order," Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center. Buffalo, New York. March 17-April 13, 1990. 
"Contemporary Photographs," AFR Fine Art. Washington D.C. 
"The Decade Show: Frameworks of Identities in the 1980s," New Museum of Contemporary Art. New York, New York. May 12-August 19, 1990. 
Studio Museum in Harlem. New York, New York. May 18-August 19, 1990 . 
"AIDS Timeline," Wadsworth Atheneum. Hartford, Connecticut. 
"Critical Realism," Perspektief Eendrachtsweg. Rotterdam, Netherlands. 
Dokoupil, Georg, curator.  "Die zehn Kunstler an die ich am 3 Mai 1990 um 19.00 Uhr gedeacht habe," Witte de Withe Center for Contemporary Art. Rotterdam, Netherlands. 
"Espiritu y carne," Jorge Albero Gallery. Madrid, Spain. 
"Figuring the Body," Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, Massachusetts. July 28-October 28, 1990. 
"AIDS," Real Art Ways. Hartford, Connectcut. Fall 1990. 
"Constructed Illusions," Pace/MacGill Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Images in Transition-Photographic Works towards the 1990's," Museum of Modern Art. Kyoto and Tokyo, Japan. 
"Heads," BlumHelman. New York, New York. 
Greenberg Wilson. New York, New York. 
"U.S.A. Annees, 90," Galerie Antoine Candau, l'Espace-Dieu. Paris, France. 
"Simple Pleasures," MIT List Visual Arts Center. Cambridge, Massachusetts. December 8-February 3, 1991. 
"The Disappearance of the Objects," Museum Moderner Kunst. Vienna, Austria. 
"Long Live the New Flesh," Kettle's Yard. Cambridge, United Kingdom. May 4-June 30, 1991. 
Greenberg Wilson. New York, New York. 
BlumHelman. New York, New York. 
Ginny Williams Gallery. Denver, Colorado. 
Gumpart, Lynn, curator.  "Beyond the Frame: American Art, 1960-1990," Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan. July 6-August 18, 1991. 
National Museum of Art. Osaka, Japan. August 29-September 29, 1991.
Fukuoka Art Museum. Fukuoka, Japan. November 15-December 15, 1991. 
Wewerka and Weiss Galerie und Galerie vier. Berlin, Germany. 
"Mike Bildo, Manuel Ocampo, Andres Serrano," The Saatchi Collection. London, United Kingdom. September-February 1992. 
"Cruciformed: Images of the Cross in Contemporary Art," Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art. Cleveland, Ohio. September 6-November 3, 1991. 
"Sguardo Di Medusa," Castillo di Rivoli. Turin, Italy. 
"Portraits," Linda Cathcart Gallery. Santa Monica, California. 
Storr, Robert, curator.  "Devil in the Stairs: Looking Back at the," Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. October 4-January 5, 1992. 
Newport Harbor Art Museum. Newport Beach, California. April 16-June 21, 1992. 
"Political/Advocacy Art," The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Ridgefield, Connecticut. May 18-September 22, 1991. 
"Selves," Greenville County Museum of Art. Greenville, South Carolina. 
Palo Alto Cultural Center. Palo Alto, California. 
"Revolution," Recent Gallery. Sapporo, Japan. 
"Dissimiliar Identity," Scott Alan Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Spiritual Cargo: Shaministic Manifestations," Atrium Gallery, University of Connecticut. Danbury, Connecticut. 
Cameron, Dan, curator.  "Just what is it that makes today's homes so different, so appealing?," Hyde Collection. Glens Falls, New York. September 7-November 17, 1991. 
"Mapplethorpe, Serrano, Sherman, Wegman," BlumHelman. New York, new york. 
"The Good, the Bad and the Ugly," Center for the Arts, Wesleyan University. Middletown, Connecticut. September 3-October 6, 1991. 
"Erotica Desire," Con Rumore. Rotterdam, Netherlands. 
"Scandal, Outrage and Censorship: Controversy in Modern Art," The Galerie St. Etienne. New York, New York. January 21-March 7, 1992. 
"Habeas Corpus," Stux Gallery. New York, New York. April 4-24, 1992. 
"Andres Serrano, Lee Jaffe, Genevieve Cadieux," ICA. Amsterdam, Netherlands. April 10-May 24, 1992. 
"Gegendarstellung--Ethics and Esthetics in Time of AIDS," Kunstverein in Hamburg. Hamburg, Germany. May 15-June 21, 1992. 
Kunstmuseum Luzern. Lucerne, Switzerland. January 10-November 22, 1992. 
Rosenberg, Barry A, curator.  "Quotations: The Second History of Art," The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Ridgefield, Connecticut. May 16-September 20, 1992. 
Dayton Art Institute, Museum of Contemporary Art at Wright State University. Dayton, Ohio. October 18-November 25, 1992.

"Perils et Coleres," capc Musée d'art contemporain de Bordeaux. Bordeaux, France. May 22-September 6, 1992. 

"Dirt and Domesticity: Constructions of the Feminine," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. June 12-August 14, 1992. 
"Les Couleurs d'Argent," Musee de la Poste. Paris, France. 
"La Luz Este Ano," La Casa de Cultura. Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain. 
"Promises, Election Dreams and Desires, Fears and Nightmares," Jersey City Museum. Jersey City, New Jersey. August 26-November 7, 1992. 
"Images Metisses," Institut du Monde Arabe. Paris, France. 
"Saint Vitus on Ecstasy," Suzanne Biederberg Galler. Amsterdam, Holland. 
"Erotiques," Albert Benhamou Gallery. Paris, France. 
"Art Show," New York Downtown Hospital. New York, New York. November 7-December 5, 1992. 
"Spiritual Cargo: Shamanistic Manifestations," Charter Oak Cultural Center. Hartford, Connecticut. November 8-December 17, 1992. 
"10 Artist As Catalyst," Alternative Museum. New York, New York. November 21-February 13, 1993. 
"The AIDS Body Bag Project," Artspace, Jersey City State College. Jersey City, New Jersey. 
" foul subtraction," (The AIDS Body Bag Project) Artspace, Jersey City State College. Jersey City, New Jersey. December 2-24, 1992. 
"Hair," John Michael Kohler Arts Center. Sheboygan, Wisconsin. December 6-February 14, 1993. 
"Saints and Survivors in a Time of Plague," Lowinsky Gallery. New York, New York. February 4-March 6, 1993. 
"Up Close: Contemporary Art from the Mallin Collection," Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University. Ithaca, New York. April 2-June 13, 1993. 
Feigen Inc. Chicago, Illinois. April 24-May 17, 1993. 
"The Naming of the Colors," White Columns. New York, New York. April 30-May 23, 1993. 
"Image First: Eight Photographers for the 90s," Laura Carpenter. Santa Fe, New Mexico. May 1-June 16, 1993. 
"Body Parts," Haines Gallery. San Francisco, California. May 4-June 12, 1993. 
"Extravagant: The Economy of Elegance," Russisches Kulturzentrum. Berlin, Germany. May 7-June 27, 1993. 
"Tema Aids," Sonja Henie-Niels Onstad Foundations, The Art Center. Hovikodden, Norway. May 8-June 20, 1993. 
Bergen, Norway; Stockholm, Sweden; Copenhagen, Denmark. 
"Viande Mystique," University of Quebec. Montreal, Canada. May 14-June 12, 1993. 
"Vivid: Intense Images by American Photographers," Raab Galerie. London, United Kingdom. May 19-August 17, 1993. 
Gian Ferrari Arte Contemporanea. Milan, Italy. September 1993. 
"The Alternative Eye: Photo Art for the 90s," Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art. Loretto, Pennsylvania. June 12-September 18, 1993. 
Sichel, Berta, curator.  "Aperto '93," Venice Biennale, 45th International Art Exhibition. Venice, Italy. June 13-October 10, 1993. 
"Abject Art: Repulsion and Desire in American Art," Whitney Independent Studies Program, Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. June 23-August 29, 1993. 
"Labyrinth of the Spirit," The Hammond Galleries. Lancaster, Ohio. July 20-August 14, 1993. 
"25 Years: A Retrospective," Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art. Cleveland, Ohio. September 10-November 7, 1993. 
"Photography by Cintas Fellows," The Art Museum, Florida International University. Miami, Florida. October 29-November 22, 1993. 
"Wings of Change: Images of Contradiction and Consensus," The Directors Guild, Giorgio Beverly Hills. Beverly Hills, California. November 4-December 8, 1993. 
"Slipping Through My Fingers," Galerie Snoegi. Rotterdam, Netherlands. November 21-December 23, 1993. 
"This Is My Body," Greg Kucera Gallery. Seattle, Washington. February 3-27, 1994. 
"Evidence of Death," The Light Factory. Charlotte, North Carolina. February 4-March 18, 1994. 
Nickas, Robert, curator.  "Pictures of the Real World (In Real Time)," Paula Cooper Gallery. New York, New York. February 11-March 12, 1994. 
Le Consortium. Dijon, France. September 10-October 22,1994.
Le Capitou, Centre d'Art Contemporain. Frejus, France. November 19-January 8, 1995.
Stadtische Galerie. Goppingen, Germany. January 22-February 26, 1995.
Massimo de Carlo. Milan, Italy. April 6-May 13, 1995.
Hara Museum of Contemporary Art. Tokyo, Japan. June 24-September 3, 1995. 
"Soho at Duke V," Duke University Museum of Art. Durham, North Carolina. April 8-May 29, 1994. 

"Wenn die Kinder sind im Dunkeln,..." Vienna Secession. Vienna, Austria. April 12-24, 1994. 

"The Abstract Urge: Recent Photographs Beyond Description," Ansel Adams Center for Photography. San Francisco, California. April 27-June 12, 1994. 
"GIFT," The InterArt Center. New York, New York. May 13-June 25, 1994. 
"Printemps de la Photo a Cahors," Cahors Festival. Cahors, France. June 1994. 
"Myths and Mysticism," Gotlands Konstmuseum. Visby, Sweden. July 26-September 4, 1994. 
"Many Dogs Run Wild...," Adlercreutz-Björkholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. August 25-September 29, 1994. 
"Face-Off: The Portrait in Recent Art," Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. September 9-October 30, 1994. 
Joslyn Art Museum. Omaha, Nebraska. January 28-March 19, 1995.
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina. Greensboro, North Carolina. April 9-May 28, 1995. 
"Pour Les Chapelles de Vence," Espace des Arts de Chalon-sur-Saône, capc Musée d'art contemporain de Bordeaux. Bordeaux, France. September 9-October 9, 1994. 
"Come Dire, Splendori," Pattoria La Farnete. Florence, Italy. September 10-October 20, 1994. 
"The Little House on the Prairie," Marc Jancou Gallery. London, United Kingdom. September 15-October 22, 1994. 
"One Hundred Hearts Benefit Auction for Friends House," The Contemporary. New York, New York. October 18-20, 1994. 
"Black Male: Representations of Masculinity in Contemporary American Art," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. November 8-March 5, 1995. 
UCLA at the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center. Los Angeles, California. April 25-June 18, 1995. 
"Don't Leave Me This Way: Art in the Age of AIDS," National Gallery of Australia. Canberra, Australia. November 12-March 5, 1995. 
"Horsens Kunstmuseum Yesterday, Today and maybe Tomorrow," Horsens Kunstmuseum. Horsens, Denmark. November 17-January 15, 1995. 
"Chasing Angels," Cristinerose Gallery. New York, New York. December 3-January 21, 1995. 
"Holiday Exhibition," Paula Cooper Gallery. New York, New York. December 3-23, 1994. 
"After Art: Rethinking 150 Years of Photography," Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington. Seattle, Washington. December 4-March 5, 1995. 
"Gewalt/Geschafte (Violence/Business)," Neue Gesellschaft fur Bildende Kunst. Berlin, Germany. December 8-February 19, 1995. 
"White," Laurence Miller Gallery. New York, New York. January 19-February 25, 1995. 
"Critiques of Pure Abstraction," Organized by ICI. New York, New York. Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston. Houston, Texas. January 27-March 26, 1995. 
Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Alberta College of Art. Calgary, Alberta, Canada. August 17-October 14, 1995.
Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska. Lincoln, Nebraska. November 7-January 7, 1996.
UCLA at Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center. Los Angeles, California. January 30-March 10, 1996.
Crocker Art Museum. Sacramento, California. March 29-May 5, 1996.
Museum of South Texas. Corpus Christi, Texas. June 21-August 18, 1996.
The Lowe Art Museum. Coral Gables, Florida. September 19-November 17, 1996.
Frederick R. Weisman Museum, University of Minnesota. Minneapolis, Minnesota. April 3-June 15, 1997. 
"Civil Rights Now," Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art. Winston-Salem, North Carolina. January 28-April 15, 1995. 
Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art. Cleveland, Ohio. May 12-August 13, 1995.
Institute for Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. September 5-October 29, 1995.
Parrish Art Museum. Southhampton, New York. April 28-June 16, 1996. 
"The Body Photographic," Contemporary Arts Center. New Orleans, Louisiana. January 28-March 5, 1995. 

"Sex," Greg Kucera Gallery. Seattle, Washington. February 2-28, 1995.

"ARS 95 Helsinki," Museum of Contemporary Art/Finnish National Gallery. Helsinki, Finland. February 11-May 28, 1995. 

"Yamantaka Donation," Robert Miller Gallery. New York, New York. March 7-April 1, 1995. 
"Abstract Photographs," Baltimore Museum of Art. Baltimore, Maryland. March 22-June 25, 1995. 
"L'immagine riflessa, una selezione di fotografia contemporanea dalla collezione LAC, Svizzera," Museo Pecci. Prato, Italy. April 1-June 11, 1995. 
"Reaffirming Spirituality," El Museo del Barri. New York, New York. April 6-August 13, 1995. 
"Monitors: Re-Viewing Cultural Expression," The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. April 7-May 10, 1995. 
"Vested Power: Icons of Domination and Transcendence," Cal State Fullerton Visual Arts Center. Fullerton, California. April 9-May 14, 1995. 
"Cuba: La Isla Posible," Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona. Barcelona, Spain. April 19-June 4, 1995. 
"Pulp Fact," Photographer's Gallery. London, United Kingdom. May 12-June 17, 1995. 
"The Portrait Now," Elga Wimmer. New York, New York. May 25-July 15, 1995. 
"Large Bodies," Pace/MacGill Gallery. New York, New York. June 29-September 1, 1995. 
"Content and Discontent in Today's Photography," Bruce Museum. Greenwich, Connecticut. July 2-August 8, 1995. 
Prichard Gallery, University of Idaho. Moscow, Idaho. December 8-January 27, 1996.
Lowe Museum of Art, University of Miami. Coral Gables, Florida. March 14-April 28, 1996.
Art Museum, University of South Florida. Tampa, Florida. August 26-September 20, 1996.
Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida. Gainesville, Florida. October 10-December 1, 1996. 
"Longing and Belonging: From the Faraway Nearby," organized by Bruce Ferguson. Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Museum of Fine Arts, a unit of the Museum of New Mexico, and SITE. Santa Fe, New Mexico. July 14-October 28, 1995. 
"Art as Witness," 1st Kwangju International Biennale. Seoul, Korea. September 20-November 20, 1995. 
"Going for Baroque," Walters Art Gallery. Baltimore, Maryland, in collaboration with Lisa Corrin at The Contemporary. Baltimore Maryland. September 23-February 4, 1996. 
"The Dead," National Museum of Photography, Film and Television. Pictureville, Bradford, West Yorkshire. United Kingdom. October 4-January 7, 1996. 
"Family Matters," Greg Kucera Gallery. Seattle, Washington. February 1996. 
"Black and Blue: Eight American Photographers," Groninger Museum. Groningen, The Netherlands. February 4-April 8, 1996. 
"Sex and Crime," Sprengel Museum. Hanover, Germany. February 18-May 12, 1996. 
"Andres Serrano," Sala Mendoza. Caracas, Venezuela. March 10-April 28, 1996. 
Jesus Soto Museum. Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela. May 5-June 30, 1996. 
"Fractured Fairy Tales: Art in the Age of Categorical Disintegration," Duke University Museum of Art. Durnham, North Carolina. April 12-May 25, 1996. 
"MO(NU)MENTOS," Galeria Luis Serpa. Lisbon, Portugal. April 13-May 25, 1996. 
"Body Electric," Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Montreal, Québec. May 1996-June 1997. 
"Up North, Down South, Back East, Out West," Fay Gold Gallery. Atlanta, Georgia. June 7-July 6, 1996. 
"Radical Images," 2nd Austrian Triennial on Photography. Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum Joanneum and Kunstlerhaus. Graz, Austria. June 14-July 28, 1996. 
"Nude York," Mary Anthony Galleries. New York, New York. July 18-August 17, 1996. 
"Urban Evidence," Spaces. Cleveland, Ohio. August 25-October 27, 1996. 
"Dialogues: Portraits-Leonel Moura-Andres Serrano," Extremaduran and Latin American Museum of Contemporary Art. Badajoz, Spain. October 4-November 15, 1996. 
"Portrett," Museet for Samtidskunst. Oslo, Norway. October 26-January 12, 1997. 
"William Christenberry, Axel Hute, Andres Serrano," Bentley Gallery. Scottsdale, Arizona. November 7-30, 1996. 
"Odd Bodies/Corps étrangers," National Gallery of Canada. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. November 9-March 21, 1997. 
"Act/Language: Power & Display," The Institute for Research on the African Diaspora in the Americas and the Carribean (IRADAC) City University of New York. New York, New York. November 15-December 13, 1996. 
"Pursuit of the Sacred: Evocations of the Spiritual in Contemporary African-American Art," The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. January10-Febraury 26, 1997. 
"Absolute Landscape-Between Illusion and Reality," Yokohama Museum. Yokohama, Japan. February 1-March 30, 1997. 
"Once Removed: The Photograph in Contemporary Cuban-American Art," Visual Arts Center, California State University. Fullerton, California. February 3-21, 1997. 
"Civil Progress: Life in Black America," Greg Kucera Gallery. Seattle, Washington. February 6-March 2, 1997. 
"The Gun as Image," Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University. Tallahassee, Florida. February 21-April 6, 1997. 
"In Visible Light: Photography and Classification in Art, Science and the Everyday," The Museum of Modern Art. Oxford, United Kingdom. March 16-July 6, 1997. 
Harris Museum and Art Gallery. Preston, United Kingdom. September 27-November 15, 1997.
Inverleith House, Royal Botanic Garden. Edinburgh, Scotland. December 13-March 8, 1998.
Finnish Museum of Photography. Helsinki, Finland. February 5-April 4, 1998.
Moderna Museet. Stockholm, Sweden. October 3-November 15, 1998. 
"In the Spirit: Contemporary Art and Religious Tradition," CSPS Legion Arts. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. March 21-April 27, 1997. 
"Meditations: Contemporary Art and Religious Traditions," CSPS Legion Arts. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. March 21-April 27, 1997. 
"Dawn of the Magicians’ Art, Science, Society at the Turn of the Millennium," National Gallery. Prague, Czech Republic. April 10-September 15, 1997. 
"Allegory," Joe Helman Gallery, New York, New York. May 6-June 21, 1997. 
"Angel, Angel," Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria. June 10-September 7, 1997. 
Gallery Rudolfinum. Prague, Czech Republic. October 22-January 11, 1998. 
"The Continuation of Something Else," Bullet Space. New York, New York. July 31-September 21, 1997. 
"Searching for the Spiritual," Depree Art Center and Gallery, Hope College. Holland, Michigan. August 18-October 26, 1997. 
"The Dead," Gallery of the Saidye Bronfman Centre for the Arts. Québec, Canada. September 11-October 26, 1997. 
"Sum," Århus Kunstbygning. Århus, Denmark. October 11-November 9, 1997. 
"Breaking Barriers," Museum of Art. Fort Lauderdale, Florida. October 25-January 4, 1998. 
"Signs of Age: Representing the Older Body," Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum. Santa Barbara, California. November 8-January 18, 1998. 
"Power by Consent: Thoughts on Desire, Consumption and Market," Art Center-South Florida. Miami, Florida. January 3-February 21, 1998. 
"Segura Publishing Company," Quartet Editions. New York, New York. January 6-February 7, 1998. 
"Mysterious Voyages: Exploring the Subject of Photography," Contemporary Museum. Baltimore, Maryland. February 7-May 2, 1998. 
"In the Spirit: Contemporary Art and Religious Tradition," CSPS. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. March 21-April 27, 1998. 
"Taboo: Repression and Revolt in Modern Art," The Galerie St. Etienne. New York, New York. March 26-May 30, 1998. 
"Knowing Children," David Beitzel Gallery. New York, New York. June 19-July 31, 1998. 
"Urban Encounters," New Museum of Contemporary Art. New York, New York. July 16-September 20, 1998. 
"Autumn Exhibition," Galeri K. Oslo, Norway. September 4-October 4, 1998. 
"Threatened/Threatening Landscapes," Moreau Center for the Arts, Saint Mary’s College. Notre Dame, Indiana. September 4-October 2, 1998. 
"Art and the American Experience," Kalamazoo Institute of Arts. Kalamazoo, Michigan. September 13-December 6, 1998. 
"Act/Language: Power and Display," Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. Tallahassee, Florida. November 6-December 4, 1998. 
"Pure Essence and Presumed Innocence," Marella Arte Contemporanea. Bergamo, Italy. November 14-December 15, 1998. 
"Transfiguration," Bronwyn Keenan Gallery. New York, New Y ork. November 21-December 23, 1998. 
"Vile Bodies: Photography and the Crisis of Looking," traveled in the United Kingdom and North America. 
"Sans Titre: Works from the Collection of Peggy Scott & David Teplitzky," Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. Boulder, Colorado. January 16-March 14, 1999. 
"Years of Globalization and Diversity — Conflict or Harmony?," Wake Forest University. Winston-Salem, North Carolina. February 1-April 21, 1999. 
"Assumed Identities," Fine Arts Gallery, Wake Forest University. Winston-Salem, North Carolina. February 12-March 28, 1999. 
"As Above, So Below," The Fabric Workshop. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. February 14-April 10, 1999. 
"20 Años Despues, Segundo Salon Irrealista," Galeria Leyendecker, Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Islas Canarias, Spain. February 25-March 25, 1999. 

"Inderlighetens Spill: Images of Religious Contemplation," Lillehammer Kunstmuseum. Lillehammer, Norway. February 27-May 16, 1999. 

Martinez, Alfredo, curator.  "Ragnörak," 330 West 38 Street, New York, New York (nameless space). March 6-April 3, 1999. 
"The Emerging Image: Selected Contemporary Photography," Susquehanna Art Museum. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. March 12-May 21, 1999. 
"Veronica’s Revenge: Photographies de la collection LAC-Suisse," Casino Luxembourg and Musée national d’histoire et d’art. Luxembourg. March 13-April 18, 1999. 
"Art and Artifice," Nikolai Fine Art. New York, New York. May 4-June 5, 1999. 
"Paisajes y retratos," Galería Javier López. Madrid, Spain. started May 26, 1999. 
"The Nude in Contemporary Art," The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Ridfefield, Connecticut. June 6-September 12, 1999. 
"The Hand," The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery. Toronto, Canada. June 26-September 6, 1999. 
"Summer Stock," Ron Judish Fine Arts. Denver, Colorado. July 10-September 4, 1999. 
"Love & Desire: Between Neoclassicism and Neuroticism," Galleria Photology. Milan, Italy. September 10-November 6, 1999. 
"The Artist As Patron: A Benefit Exhibition," The Alternative Museum. New York, New York. October 6-November 6, 1999. 
"Späte Freiheiten: Geschichten vom Altern / Late Liberties: Stories of Growing Older," Historischen Museum Bielefeld. Bielefeld, Germany. October 17-January 16, 2000. 
Musée Suisse. Zurich, Switzerland. April 14-July 16, 2000.
SiemensForum Munchen. Munich, Germany. August 22-October 15, 2000.
Museum der Arbeit. Hamburg, Germany. November 15-February 4, 2001. 
James Danzinger Gallery, New York, New York. November-December 1999. 
"U.S. to Art 1950 - 2000," Studio Casoli. Milan, Italy. stared November 4, 1999. 
"Pure Essence and Presumed Innocence," Marella Arte Contemporanea, Sarnico, Italy. November 14-January 15, 2000. 

"The Sentiment of the Year 2000," Milano Triennale. Milan, Italy. November 16-January 9, 2000. 

"XX/MM," Fay Gold Gallery. Atlanta, Georgia. December 2-January 5, 2000. 
"Children of the 20th Century," Von der Heydt Museum. Wuppertal, Germany. January 9-March 26, 2000. 
Gallery Aschaffenborg. Jesuiten Kirche, Germany. April 9-June 12, 2000.
Mittelrhein Museum Koblenz. Koblenz, Germany. June 21-August 27, 2000. 
"Faith: The Impact of Judeo-Christian Religion on Art at the Milennium," The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Ridgefield, Connecticut. January 24-May 2000. 
"100 at 2000: The Century of Photography," Photology. Milan, Italy. January 29-April 29, 2000. 
"Picturing the Modern Amazon," New Museum of Contemporary Art. New York, New York. March 30-June 25, 2000. 
"Bizarre," John Gibson Gallery. New York, New York. April 15-May 27, 2000. 
"20th Anniversary Show: Photography," Stefan Stux Gallery. New York, New York. May 11-June 10, 2000. 
"Art of the Americas from the Chase Manhattan Collection: Icon + Grid + Void," The Americas Society. New York, New York. May 18-July 30, 2000. 
"Photography Now: An International Survey of Contemporary Photography," Contemporary Arts Center. New Orleans, Louisiana. July 15-September 24, 2000. 
"Postmodern Heretics?: The Catholic Imagination in Contemporary Art," Klemm Gallery, Siena Heights University. Adrian, Michigan. September 9-October 25, 2000. 
"American Perspectives: Photographs from the Polaroid Collection," Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography. Tokyo, Japan. September 12-November 12, 2000. 
Museum [EKI] Kyoto. Kyoto, Japan. February 17-March 14, 2001.
Takamatsu City Museum of Art. Takamatsu, Japan. June 1-July 1, 2001.
Museum of Contemporary Art Sapporo. Sapporo, Japan. July 21-September 2, 2001. 
"Mennesket - Body & Existence," Arken Museum for Modern Kunst. Ishøj, Denmark. September 15-January 14, 2001. 
"Don’t Follow Patterns," Empire Bronze Foundry. Long Island City, New York. September 17-October 31, 2000. 
"Ultra Baroque, Aspects of Post Latin American Art," Museum of Contemporary Art. San Diego, California. September 24-January 7, 2001. 
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Fort Worth, Texas. February 4-May 6, 2001.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. August 18-January 2, 2002.
Art Gallery of Ontario. Toronto, Canada. January 30-April 28, 2002.
Miami Art Museum. Miami, Florida. June 20-August 24, 2002.
Walker Art Center. Minneapolis, Minnesota. October 15-January 5, 2003. 
Ellegood, Anne, curator.  "Visualizing the Blues," The Dixon Gallery and Gardens. Memphis, Tennessee. October 8-December 31, 2000. 
Greenville County Museum of Art. Greenville, South Carolina. May-July 2001.
Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia. Athens, Georgia. August-October 2001.
New Orleans Museum of Art. New Orleans, Louisiana. October 21-December 30, 2001.
Austin Museum of Art. Austin, Texas. January 13-March 24, 2002.
Orlando Museum of Art. Orlando, Florida. March-June 2002. 
"Snapshots," Contemporary Museum. Baltimore, Maryland (traveling until December 2004). November 2-January 14, 2000. 
"Chorus of Light: Photographs from the Collection of Sir Elton John," High Museum of Art. Atlanta, Georgia. November 10-January 28, 2001. 
"Because Sex Sells: Part I," Nikolai Fine Art. New York, New York. December 2000. 
"Drawings & Photographs," Matthew Marks Gallery. New York, New York. December 8-23, 2000. 
"Red," Julie Saul Gallery. New York, New York. December 14-January 20, 2001. 
"Because Sex Sells: Part II," Nikolai Fine Art. New York, New York, January 9-February 10, 2001. 
"Give & Take," Serpentine Gallery, Victoria and Albert Museum. London, United Kingdom. January 30-April 1, 2001. 
"Full Frontal, Photographic Portraits," Jan Weiner Gallery. Kansas City, Missouri, March 9-April 30, 2001. 
Ramljak, Suzanne, curator.  "A Disarming Beauty: The Venus de Milo in 20th Century Art," Salvador Dalí Museum. St. Petersburg, Florida. Ridgefield, Connecticut, April 28-September 9, 2001. 
"Body & Sin," Valencia Biennial. Valencia, Spain. June 13-October 20, 2001. 
"The Reality-Effect: Contemporary American Photography," Guild Hall Museum. East Hampton, New York. August 10-September 23, 2001. 
"Fluid," Wolverhampton Art Gallery. Wolverhampton, England. September 15-November 24, 2001. 
Bonington Gallery. Nottingham, United Kingdom. February 4-March 1, 2002.
Howard Gardens Gallery. Cardiff, United Kingdom. April 19-May 15, 2002.
Middlesbrough Art Gallery. Middlesborough, United Kingdom. July 20-August 31, 2002. 
"Best of the Season," The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Ridgefield, Connecticut. September 23-December 30, 2001. 
"Sacred & Profane," Mappin Art Gallery. Sheffield, England. October 13-January 13, 2002. 
York City Art Gallery. York, England. April 20-June 23, 2002.
Brighton Museum & Art Gallery. Brighton, England. 
"The Beauty of Evil," De Zonnehof Centre for Modern Art. Amersfoort, The Netherlands. October 14-January 6, 2002. 
"Video Café: E/Motion Studies," Queens Museum of Art. Long Island City, New York. October 21-February 7, 2002. 
"Blood: Perspectives on Art, Power, Politics and Pathology," Schirn Kunsthalle. Frankfurt, Germany. November 11-January 27, 2002. 
"Rear Window" and "Masking," The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center. Atlanta, Georgia. November 16-January 12, 2002. 
"The Passions, From Brueghel to Viola," James Cohan Gallery. New York, New York. December 2-January 12, 2002. 
"RE: ACTION 2002," Jan Weiner Gallery. Kansas City, Missouri. January 11-March 5, 2002. 
"Twenty Years of Stefan Stux," New Gallery. Houston, Texas. January 12-February 16, 2002. 
Bonami, Francesco, curator.  "People See Paintings," MCA. Chicago, Illinois. January 19-September 1, 2002. 
"Acquiring Taste," Real Art Ways. Hartford, Connecticut. February 23-June 30, 2002. 
"Superheroes," Galerie Edward Mitterand. Gereva, Switzerland. March 7-April 2, 2002. 
Aizpuru, Margarita, curator.  "El Bello Genero," Sala de Exposiciones Plaza de Espana. Madrid, Spain. April 2-June 2, 2002. 
"For Skin," Generous Miracles Gallery. New York, New York. Opened May 9, 2002. 
"Photographier – to Photograph," Collection Lambert, Musée d’art Contemporain. Avignon, France. June 1-December 2002. 
Watson, Simon, curator.  "Art & Outrage: The Exhibition," Robert Miller Gallery. New York, New York. June 5-15, 2002. 
"Art Downtown," Wall Street Rising. New York, New York. June 14-September 15, 2002. 
"The Great American Nude," Bruce Museum of Arts and Science. Greenwich, Connecticut. June 15-September 8, 2002. 
"Erotic," Charles Riva Gallery. New York, New York. Opened July 11, 2002. 
"Pandemic: Imaging AIDS," MACBA (Museo de Arte Contemporaneo) and FAD (Fomento de las Artes Decorativas). Barcelona, Spain. July 15-August 1, 2002. 
Pretoria Art Museum. Pretoria, South Africa. August 27-October 27, 2002.
The United Nations. New York, New York. November 25-January 10, 2003.
The Philadelphia Art Alliance. Philladelphia, Pennsylvania. September 2-December 4, 2003.
The Yager Museum, Hartwick College. Odeonta, New York. January 12-March 16, 2004.
Brown University. Providence, Rhode Island. March 24-30, 2004.
Center for Disease Control Public Health Museum. Atlanta, Georgia. July 1-December 6, 2005. 
"With and Without You: Re-visitations of Art in the Age of AIDS," Ivan Dougherty Gallery. Sydney, Australia. October 3-November 9, 2002. 
"Revelation, Representation of Christ in Photography," Israel Museum. Jerusalem, Israel. October 4-June 30, 2003. 
"Photography Fast Forward: Aperture at 50," The New Museum of Contemporary Art. New York, New York. October 21- November 2, 2002. 
Sotheby's New York. New York, New York. January 6-31, 2003. 
"Portraits," Andre Simoens Gallery. Knokke Zoute, Belgium. October 26-November 19, 2002. 
"For Your Eyes Only," Photology. Milano, Italy. November 13-December 21, 2002. 
"Abstraction in Photography," Von Lintel Gallery. New York, New York. February 6-March 22, 2003. 
"Whiteness, a Wayward Collection," Laguna Art Museum. Laguna Beach, California. March 23-July 6, 2003. 
"Pulp Art," Brooklyn Museum of Art. Brooklyn, New York. May 15-October 19, 2003. 
"Phantom of Desire," Neue Galerie Graz und Stdtmuseum Graz. Austria. May 26-August 24, 2003. 
"Orizzonti – Belvedere dell’Arte," Firenze Mostre. Florence, Italy. July 7-October 26, 2003. 
"Indians and Cowboys, Cowboys and Indians," Jan Weiner Gallery. Kansas City, Missouri. July 11-August 31, 2003. 
"Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of The American Self," International Center of Photography. New York, New York. December 12-February 29, 2004. 
"Corpus Christi: Representations of Christ in Photography, 1850 – 2001," International Haus Der Photographie-Deichtorhallen. Hamburg, Germany. December 19-April 12, 2004. 
"N(e)orretratos," Galeria Juana de Aizpuru. Madrid, Spain. June 22-July 31, 2004. 
"Beautiful Grotesque," Riva Gallery. New York, New York. June 24-July 31, 2004. 
"Theorema. Une collection privée en Italie, la collection d’Enea Righi," Collection Lambert. Avignon, France. February 5-May 29, 2005. 
"Origin: Mother & Child," Salvatore Ferragamo Gallery. New York, New York. April 28-August 15, 2005. 
"Man & Woman: Love’s Wonderous Ways," Museum of New Art in Parnu. Estonia. June 1-August 30, 2005. 
"Corpus Christi," Bruce Silverstein Gallery. New York, New York. June 18-July 30, 2005. 
"Oog in Oog (Eye to Eye)," Groninger Museum. Groningen, Netherlands. September 17-December 4, 2005. 
"Beautiful Suffering: Photography and the Traffic in Pain," Williams College Museum. Williamstown, Massachusetts. January 14-April 30, 2006. 
"Dark Places," Santa Monica Museum of Art. Santa Monica, California. January 21-April 22, 2006. 
Alemani, Cecilia and Jenny Moore, curator.  "Down by Law," organized by the Wrong Gallery. Whitney Biennial 2006. New York, New York. January 21-May 21, 2006. 
"Portraiture Now," Smithsonian Institute, National Portrait Gallery. Washington, D.C. July 1-January 7, 2007. 
"Figures de l’Acteur," Collection Lambert en Avignon. Avignon, France. July 8-October 15, 2006. 
"Minding Traditions," The Museum of Biblical Art. New York, New York. December 8-February 25, 2007. 
Binstock, Jonathan P, curator.  "Redefined. Modern and Contemporary Art from the Collection," The Corcoran Gallery of Art. Washington, D.C. April 4-December 31, 2006. 
"Into Me/ Out of Me," P.S.1 MoMA. Long Island City, New York. June 25-October 2, 2006. 
KW Institute for Contemporary Art. Berlin, Germany. November 26, 2006-March 4, 2007. 
Grundberg, Andy, curator.  "Modern Photographs: The Machine, the Body and the City. Gifts from the Charles Cowles Collection," Miami Art Museum. Miami, Florida. November 16, 2006-April 15, 2007. 
The Parrish Art Museum. Southampton, New York. September 21-November 30, 2008. 
"Six Feet Under – An Autopsy of Our Relation to the Dead," Kunstmuseum Bern. Berne, Switzerland. November 2, 2006-January 21, 2007. 
"Revelation (Uppenbar(a)t)," Kulturhuset Stockholm. Stockholm, Sweden. October 8, 2006-January 7, 2007. 
"Rare Essence," Aeroplastics Contemporary. Brussels, Belgium. September 23-November 3, 2007. 
Rosenberg, David, curator.  "Busy Going Crazy. Collection Sylvio Perlstein," La Maison Rouge. Paris, France. October 29, 2006-January 14, 2007. 
"Switcher Sex: Video Works and Photography from the Teutloff Collection," Slought Foundation. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. December 12, 2007-February 9, 2008. 
"Existencias," Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y León. León, Spain. September 21, 2007-January 6, 2008. 
Linton, Meg, curator.  "In the Land of Retinal Delights: The Juxtapoz Factor," Laguna Art Museum. Laguna Beach, California. June 22-October 5, 2008. 
"De Lo Humano. Fotografía Internacional 1950-2000/On the Human Being, International Photography 1950-2000's," Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo. Seville, Spain. June 5-September 14, 2008. 
"Street & Studio: An Urban History of Photography," Tate Modern. London, United Kingdom. May 22-August 31, 2008. 
Pacquement, Alfred, Jean de Loisy and Angela Lampe, curator.  "Traces du Sacré," Centre Pompidou. Paris, France. May 7-August 11, 2008. 
Haus der Kunst. Munich, Germany. 
"Black Is, Black Ain’t," The Renaissance Society, The University of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. April 20-June 8, 2008. 
"Las Implicaciones de la Imagen," Museo Universitario de Ciencias y Arte. Mexico City, Mexico. April 12-June 29, 2008. 
Matt, Gerald and Abraham Orden, curator.  "Under Pain of Death," Austrian Cultural Forum. New York, New York. January 22-May 10, 2008. 
"BABY: Picturing the Ideal Human," Fotomuseum. Rotterdam, The Netherlands. 
"Art[e]merica Latina," The Citadel. Saint-Tropez, France. 
"Promenades Insomniaques. Dormir / rêver dans l'art contemporain," Passage de Retz. Paris, France. 
"25 Years / 25 Works," Wessel + O'Connor Fine Arts. Lambertville, New Jersey. October 16-December 19, 2010. 
Fischl, Eric, curator.  "America: Now and Here," a cross-country exhibition. 
"I Believe in Miracles," Collection Lambert en Avignon, Musée d'art contemporain. Avignon, France. December 12, 2010-May 8, 2011. 
"Beauty Culture," Annenberg Space for Photography. Los Angeles, California. May 21-November 27, 2011. 
"11th Havana Biennial: Art Practices and Social Imaginaries," Havana, Cuba. May 11-June 11, 2012. 
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