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William T. Wiley
Group Exhibitions
1960
"Young America Show," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 
 
1961
"American Exhibition," Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. 
 
"Winter Invitational," California Palace of the Legion of Honor. San Francisco, California. 
 
1962
"90 Years of Bay Area Art," San Francisco Museum of Art. San Francisco, California. 
 
"American Exhibition," Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. 
 
1963
"Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture," Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois. Urbana, Illinois. 
 
1966
"Whitney Biennal," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 
 
1967
"Funk," University Art Museum, University of California at Berkeley. Berkeley, California. 
 
"Pittsburgh International," Carnegie Institute. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 
 
"American Sculpture of the Sixties," Los Angeles County Museum. Los Angeles, California. 
 
"American Sculpture of the Sixties," Philadelphia Museum of Art. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
 
"Whitney Annual," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 
 
1968
"Whitney Annual," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 
 
1969
"Human Concern/Personal Torment," Whitney Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 
 
University Annual Art Festival. Reno, Nevada. 
 
"When Attitudes Become Form," Kunsthalle. Bern, Switzerland. 
 
"Repair Show," Berkeley Gallery. San Francisco, California. 
 
1970
"Kompas IV Exhibition," Stedelijk van Abbemuseum. Eindhoven, The Netherlands. 
 
"American Painting," Foundation Maeght. Paris, France. 
 
1971
"Corcoran Biennial," Corcoran Gallery of Art. Washington, DC. 
 
1972
"Documenta V," Kassel, Germany. 
 
"Venice Biennale," Venice, Italy. 
 
1973
"Twenty‑Five Years of American Painting 1948 ‑ 1973," Des Moines Art Center. Des Moines, Iowa. 
 
"Extraordinary Realities," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 
 
1974
"Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture," Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois. Urbana, Illinois. 
 
"Surrealitat‑Bidrealitat, 1924 ‑ 1974," Städtische Kunsthalle. Düsseldorf, Germany. 
 
1976
"Painting and Sculpture in California: The Modern Era," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Painting and Sculpture in California: The Modern Era," National Collection of Fine Arts. Washington, DC. 
 
"200 Years of American Sculpture," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 
 
1977
"Recent Art from San Francisco," Den Haag. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 
 
1978-1979
"American Painting of the 1970's," Albright‑Knox Art Gallery. Buffalo, New York. 
Newport Harbor Art Museum. Newport Beach, California.
Cincinnati Art Museum. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Art Museum of Southern Texas. Corpus Christi, Texas.
Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana‑Champaign. Urbana, Illinois. 
 
1979
"The 1970's: New American Painting," New Museum. New York, New York. 
 
1980
"American Paintings of the 60's and 70's: The Real, The Ideal, The Fantastic," Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. Montgomery, Alabama. 
 
"American Paintings of the 60's and 70's: The Real, The Ideal, The Fantastic," Venice Biennale. Venice, Italy. 
 
"Venice Biennale," Venice, Italy. 
 
1981
"The Slant Step, Richard L. Nelson Gallery," University of California Davis. Davis, California. 
 
1982
"New American Graphics 2," Madison Art Center. Madison, Wisconsin. 
 
"20 American Artists, Sculpture 1982," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. 
 
"100 Years of California Sculpture," Oakland Museum. Oakland, California. 
 
"Private Vision: Contemporary Art from the Graham Gund Collection," Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, Massachusetts. 
 
"The Slant Step," Richard L. Nelson Gallery, University of California. Davis, California. 
 
1983
"Directions in Bay Area Painting: A Survey of Three Decades, 1940's ‑ 1960's," Richard L. Nelson Gallery, University of California. Davis, California. 
 
"Language, Drama, Source, Vision," The New Museum. New York, New York. 
 
"Minimalism to Expressionism," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 
 
"Whitney Biennial," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 
 
"20 American Artists, Sculpture 1982," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. 
 
1984
"An International Survey of Painting and Sculpture," Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 
 
"First Show: Painting and Sculpture from Eight Collections 1940 ‑ 1980," Museum of Contemporary Art. Los Angeles, California. 
 
1985
"Cinquante Ans de Dessins Americains: 1930 ‑ 1980," Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux‑Arts. Paris, France. 
 
"Content: A Contemporary Focus, 1974 ‑ 1984," Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithosonian Institution. Washington, DC. 
 
"Vom Zeichnen: Aspekte der Zeichnung, 1960-1985," Frankfurter Kunstverein. Frankfurt am Main, West Germany. 
 
1986
"Philadelphia Collects: Art Since 1940," Philadelphia Museum of Art. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
 
"Disarming Images: Art for Nuclear Disarmament," Bronx Museum of Arts. Bronx, New York. 
 
"Boston Collects: Contemporary Painting & Sculpture," Museum of Fine Arts. Boston, Massachusetts. 
 
"Individuals ‑ A Selected History of Contemporary Art: 1945 ‑ 1986," Museum of Contemporary Art. Los Angeles, California. 
 
"An American Renaissance: Painting and Sculpture Since 1940," Museum of Art. Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. 
 
"The Window in Twentieth‑Century Art," Neuberger Museum. Purchase, New York. 
 
"The Window in Twentieth‑Century Art," Contemporary Arts Museum. Houston, Texas. 
 
"American Exhibition," Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. 
 
1987
"The Artists of California: A Group Portrait in Mixed Media," Oakland Museum. Oakland, California. 
Traveled to Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California; Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, California. 
 
"Art Against AIDS," Benefit for American Foundation for AIDS Research. New York, New York. 
 
"20th Century Drawings from the Whitney Museum of American Art," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 
National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.
The Cleveland Museum of Art. Cleveland, Ohio.
California Palace of the Legion of Honor. San Francisco, California.
Arkansas Arts Center. Little Rock, Arkansas.
Whitney Museum of American Art, Fairfield County. Stamford, Connecticut. 
 
"International Art Show for the End of World Hunger,"
Traveled throughout United States and Europe. 
 
1988
"Lost and Found in California: Four Decades of Assemblage Art," James Corcoran Gallery. Santa Monica, California. 
 
"Lost and Found in California: Four Decades of Assemblage Art," John Pence Gallery. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Lost and Found in California: Four Decades of Assemblage Art," Shoshona Wayne Gallery. Santa Monica, California. 
 
"Lost and Found in California: Four Decades of Assemblage Art," Ray Hawkins Gallery. Los Angeles, California. 
 
"Committed to Print," Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 
Traveled throughout the United States. 
 
"Welcome Back," Herron Gallery. Indianapolis, Indiana. 
 
"1988: The World of Art Today," Milwaukee Art Museum. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
 
1989
"A Different War: Vietnam in Art," Whatcom Museum of History and Art. Bellingham, Washington. 
DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park. Lincoln, Massachusetts.
Mary and Leigh Block Gallery, Northwestern University. Evanston, Illinois.
Akron Art Museum. Akron, Ohio.
Madison Art Center. Madison, Wisconsin.
Wight Art Gallery Complex, University of California at Los Angeles. Los Angeles, California.
CU Art Galleries, University of Colorado at Boulder. Boulder, Colorado.
Washington State University Museum of Art. Pullman, Washington. 
 
"Art in Place: Fifteen Years of Acquisition," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 
 
"The 1980's: Prints from the Collection of Joshua P. Smith," National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC. 
 
1989-1994
"Rain of Talent: Umbrella Art," The Fabric Workshop. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
American Craft Museum. New York, New York.
Wustum Museum of Fine Art. Racine, Wisconsin.
Clark County Cultural Affairs Gallery. Las Vegas, Nevada.
Delaware Art Museum. Wilmington, Delaware.
Gibbes Museum of Art. Charleston, South Carolina.
Gallery 400, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. Chicago, Illinois.
Bumbershoot. Seattle, Washington. 
 
1990
"The Trans Parent Thread: Asian Philosophy in Recent American Art," Hofstra Museum, Hofstra University. Hempstead, New York. 
Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College. Annandale-on-Hudson, New York.
Salina Art Center. Salina, Kansas.
Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston. Houston, Texas.
Crocker Art Museum. Sacramento, California.
Laguna Art Musuem. Laguna Beach, California. 
 
"San Francisco Lives," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Art of Eighties: Selections from the Permanent Collection of Whitney Museum of American Art," Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. Montgomery, Alabama. 
 
1990-1991
"Word As Image: American Art 1960 ‑ 1990," Milwaukee Art Museum. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Contemporary Arts Museum. Houston, Texas. 
 
1991
"California Artists: William T. Wiley, Mike Kelley, Brad Dunning," Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Ridgefield, Connecticut. 
 
"Exhibition of Work by Newly Elected Members and Recipients of Honor and Awards," American Institute of Arts and Letters. New York, New York. 
 
"California Classics: Art From the 1960's and 1970's," Bayley Art Museum, University of Virginia. Charlottesville, Virginia. 
 
1992
"Directions in Bay Area Printmaking: Three Decades," Palo Alto Cultural Center. Palo Alto, California. 
 
"Arneson, De Forest, Hudson, Wiley: Selections From the Anderson Collection," San Jose Museum of Art. San Jose, California. 
 
1992-1995
"Clearly Art," Whatcom Museum of History and Art. Bellingham, Washington. 
Crocker Museum. Sacramento, California.
Currier Gallery of Art. Manchester, New Hampshire.
Chrysler Museum. Norfolk, Virginia.
Tucson Museum of Art. Tucson, Arizona.
Palm Springs Desert Museum. Palm Springs, California.
Hunter Museum of Art. Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Brunnier Gallery, Iowa State University. Ames, Iowa.
Muskegon Museum of Art. Muskegon, Michigan.
Birmingham Museum of Art. Birmingham, Alabama.
Fort Wayne Museum of Art. Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Museum of Art, Washington State University. Pullman, Washington. 
 
1993
"The Rutgers Archives for Printmaking Studios, Catalogue of the Acquisitions, 1991-1993," Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum. New Brunswick, New Jersey. 
 
"State of the Art 1993," Parkland College Art Gallery. Champaign, Illinois. 
 
1994
"Advice and Dissent: Collaborative Work, William Allan, Robert Hudson, William T. Wiley," John Berggruen Gallery. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Here and Now: Bay Area Masterworks from the di Rosa Collections," Oakland Museum. Oakland, California. 
 
"Art as Healer," Weintraub Hunter Gallery. Sacramento, California. 
 
"The Chair Affair," The Oakland Museum Women’s Board. Oakland, California. 
 
"Old Glory, The American Flag in Contemporary Art," Cleveland Center for the Contemporary Art. Cleveland, Ohio. 
 
"The Exchange Show: Doze Pintores de San Francisco E Do Rio de Janeiro," Center for the Arts. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Putting Things Together," The Art Museum of Santa Cruz County. Santa Cruz, California. 
 
"Imagery Series Collection National Tour Opening," Art Gallery, Rockford College. Rockford, Illinois. 
 
"Together Again," Djerassi Resident Artists Program, SMIP RANCH. Woodside, California. 
 
"Art on the Map," Chicago Cultural Center. Chicago, Illinois. 
 
"46th Annual American Academy Purchase Exhibition," The American Academy of Arts and Letters. New York, New York. 
 
"Multiple Parts," Dorothy Goldeen Gallery. Del Rey Beach, California. 
 
1995
"Poets & Painters," The Palo Alto Cultural Center. Palo Alto, California. 
 
"Paper View," Cohen Berkowitz. Kansas City, Missouri. 
 
"Altered and Irrational: Selections from the Permanent Collection," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 
 
"From Matisse to Diebenkorn: Works From the Permanent Collection of Painting and Sculpture," an Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. 
 
1996
"Imaginary Realities: Surrealism Then and Now," Louis Stern Fine Arts. West Hollywood, California. 
 
"Fables and Second Thoughts," Norman R. Eppink Art Gallery, Emporia State University. Emporia, Kansas. 
 
"Working Proof, 20 Years of Prints from Shark’s Inc.," University of Colorado Art Galleries. Boulder, Colorado. 
 
"Signs & Symbols," Barbara Mathes Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
"Figuratively Speaking," Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Contemporary Printmaking in America: Collaborative Prints and Presses," National Museum of American Art. Washington, DC. 
 
"Mirth, Merriment and the Muse," National Institute of Art and Disabilities. Richmond, California. 
 
"Selections from the ISU Permanent Art Collection," Furman Art Gallery, Indiana State University. Terre Haute, Indiana. 
 
"It’s Only Rock and Roll, Rock and Roll Currents in Contemporary Art," Contemporary Arts Center. Cincinnati, Ohio. 
 
"Altered and Irrational: Selections from the Permanent Collection," Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 
 
"The Stephane Janssen Collection of Contemporary American and European Art: In Memory of R. Michael Johns," The Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, The University of Oklahoma. Norman, Oklahoma. 
 
"Anniversary Gifts to the Collection," University of California. Berkeley, California. 
 
"Temporarily Possessed: The Semi-Permanent Collection," The New Museum of Contemporary Art. New York, New York. 
 
"Timeless Paintings from USA," 17 Rue De Lille. Lille, France. 
 
"Vested Power: Icons of Domination and Transcendence," Main Gallery, Visual Arts Complex, California State University. Fullerton, California. 
 
"Andre Milan exhibits American Miniatures," Folka de S. Paulo. São Paulo, Brazil. 
 
"From Matisse to Diebenkorn: Works from the Permanent Collection of Painting and Sculpture," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Light Interpretations: A Hanukah Menorah Invitational," The Jewish Museum. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Second Thought, and Angel, Fables," Morgan Gallery. Kansas City, Missouri. 
 
"The Permanent Collection: Recent Acquisitions," San Jose Museum of Art. San Jose, California. 
 
"Bay Area connection: anderson Collection," Triton Museum. Santa Clara, California. 
 
"Tracing Eden: 100 Years of Landscape in the Bay Area," De Young Museum. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Summer Show," L.A. Louver. Venice, California. 
 
"Eye Tattoed America," Laguna Art Museum. Laguna Beach, California. 
 
"Meet the Artists," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Reinventing the Emblem," Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, Connecticut. 
 
"Selected Prints from Tamarind Institute," Tamarind Institute. Albuquerque, New Mexico. 
 
1997
"Art of the Americas Pride of Place," M.H. de Young Memorial Museum. San Francisco, California. 
 
"New Collaborative Works, Robert Hudson, Richard Shaw, William T. Wiley," San Francisco Art Institute, 505 Sansome Street Lobby Gallery. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Homage to George Herriman," Campbell-Thiebaud Gallery. San Francisco, California. 
 
"The Hirshhorn Collects, Recent Acquisitions 1992-1996," Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Washington, DC. 
 
"20/20 CAF Looks Forward and Back," Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum. Santa Barbara, California. 
 
"Singular Impressions: The Monotype in America," National Museum of American Art. Washington, DC. 
 
"Contemporary Sculpture: The Figurative Tradition," Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery. Lincoln, Nebraska. 
 
"Di Rosa Preserve," Di Rosa Preserve. Napa, California. 
 
"Landfall Press: Twenty-Five Years of Printmaking," Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
 
"Landfall Press: Twenty-Five Years of Printmaking," Davenport Art Museum. Davenport, Iowa. 
 
"New Collaborative Works Created at Magnolia Editions, Robert Hudson, Richard Shaw and William Wiley," California State University. Hayward, California. 
 
"Thirty-Five Years at Crown Point Press," National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC. 
 
"Thirty-Five Years at Crown Point Press," Palace of Legion of Honor. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Generations: The Lineage of Influence in Bay Area Art," Richmond Art Center. Richmond, California. 
 
"Art-In-The-Woods," Overland Park, Kansas. 
 
"48th Annual American Academy Purchase Exhibition," The American Academy of Arts and Letters. New York, New York. 
 
"Form & Function of Drawing Today - 90’s," Messe Frankfurt. Frankurtam Main, Germany. 
 
1998
"What is Art For? William T. Wiley and Mary Hull Webster," Oakland Museum of Art. Oakland, California. 
 
"Art Making Book Making Art," San Francisco Art Institute. San Francisco, California. 
 
"The Painting Show," Rena Bransten Gallery. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Lead Into Gold, Arts & Consciousness Gallery," John F. Kennedy University Arts Annex. Berkeley, California. 
 
"Form & Function of Drawing Today – 90’s," Messe Frankfurt. Frankfurt, Germany. 
 
"A Singular Vision: Prints from Landfall Press," The Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 
 
"Summer Print Show," Marsha Mateyka Gallery. Washington, DC. 
 
"Drawings," Marsha Mateyka Gallery. Washington, DC. 
 
"Drawings 1856-1996," Addison/Ripley Fine Art. Washington, DC. 
 
"One to Another," Indiana State University. Terre Haute, Indiana. 
 
"Art of the Americas: 100 Years of Collecting," Furman Art Gallery, Indiana State University. Terre Haute, Indiana. 
 
"In Our Time: Contemporary Art from the Bayly Art Museum Collection," Bayley Art Museum, University of Virginia. Charlottesville, Virginia. 
 
1998-1999
"Collaborations: William Allan, Robert Hudson, and William T. Wiley," Palm Springs Desert Museum. Palm Springs, California. 
The Art Museum, Florida International University. Miami, Florida.
Museum of Art, Washington State University. Pullman, Washington.
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art. Scottsdale, Arizona. 
 
1999
"Art at the End of the Century: Contemporary Art from the Milwaukee Art Museum," Milwaukee Art Museum. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art. Scottsdale, Arizona. 
 
"Piecing it Together: A Visual Journey," San Jose Museum of Art. San Jose, California. 
 
"Homage to the San Francisco Art Institute: A Selection of Artists Who Reshaped American Culture," Hackett Freedman Gallery. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Making Change: 100 Artists Interpret the Tzedakah Box," The Jewish Museum. San Francisco, California. 
 
"25th Anniversary of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden," Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Washington, DC. 
 
"California Classics: Highlights from the Collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art," Kukui City Art Museum. Fukui, Japan. 
 
"California Classics: Highlights from the Collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art," MOMA. Wakayama, Japan. 
 
"California Classics: Highlights from the Collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art," Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Art. Tochigi, Japan. 
 
2000
"Riva Yares 2000, the First 35 Years," Riva Yares Gallery. Scottsdale, Arizona. 
 
"The Lighter Side of Bay Area Figuration," San Jose Museum of Art. San Jose, California. 
 
"Fallout," Meridian Gallery. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Celebrating Modern Art, The Anderson Collection," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. 
 
"An American Focus: The Anderson Graphics Art Collections," California Palace of the Legion of Honor. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Crossroads of American Sculpture, David Smith, George Rickey, John Chamberlain, Robert Indiana, William T. Wiley, Bruce Nauman," Indianapolis Museum of Art. Indianapolis, Indiana. 
 
"Crossroads of American Sculpture, David Smith, George Rickey, John Chamberlain, Robert Indiana, William T. Wiley, Bruce Nauman," New Orleans Museum of Art. New Orleans, Louisiana. 
 
"A Decade of Collecting: Recent Acquisitions of Prints and Drawings, 1940-2000," Harvard University Art Museum. Cambridge, Massachusetts. 
 
"Select Prints Shark’s Ink," William Havu Gallery. Denver, Colorado. 
 
"Made in California," Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles, California. 
 
2001
"Music in My Soul," Portsmouth Museums. Portsmouth, Virginia. 
 
2002
"High Tech/Low Tech Hybrids: Art in a Digital Age," Bedford Gallery, Dean Lesher Regional. Walnut Creek, California. 
 
"Night Skies & Imaginary Coordinates: The Artist as Navigator," Palo Alto Cultural Center. Palo Alto, California. 
 
"'Wizdumb' from the West: Contemporary California Art in the Collection," University of Virginia Art Museum. Charlottesville, Virginia. 
 
2002-2004
Howe, Kathleen, curator.  "Tamarind: 40 Years," Organized by the University of New Mexico Art Museum. Albuquerque, New Mexico. 
Traveled to Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio. October 11-January 5, 2003.
Muskegon Museum of Art, Michigan.
Metropolitan State College, Denver, Colorado.
University of Richmond, Virginia.
William D. Cannon Art Gallery, Carlsbad, California.
Kennesaw State University, Georgia.
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 
 
2003
"Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth," Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Fort Worth, Texas, June 22-August 31, 2003. 
 
"AFTERSHOCK: THE LEGACY OF THE READYMADE IN POST-WAR AND CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN ART," Dickinson Roundell, Inc. New York, New York and London, England. 
 
2004
"100 Artists See Satan," Grand Central Art Center. Santa Ana, California, July 3-September 19, 2004. 
 
"As-sem'blage," 871 Fine Arts. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Watercolor Worlds," Dorsky Gallery. Long Island City, New York. 
 
"Imitation Knotty Pine," Delta Axis @ Marshall Arts. Memphis, Tennessee, January 23-March 6, 2004. 
 
"Weaving Weft and Warp: Tapestries from Magnolia Press," San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art. San Jose, California, July 23-September 17, 2004. 
 
"The True Artist Is an Amazing Luminous Fountain, from the Di Rosa Preserve," Kreeger Museum. Washington, DC. 
 
2005
"Pressing Issues/Pressing Images: Seven Contemporary Printmakers," Corcoran Gallery of Art. Washington, DC. 
 
"The Anniversary Show," Rena Bransten Gallery. San Francisco, California. 
 
"The Intimate Collaboration: 25 Years of Teaberry Press," Walter & McBean Galleries. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Artist/Teacher/Artist," Sonoma Valley Museum of Art. Sonoma, California. 
 
"Trillium Press," San Francisco Museum of Artists Gallery. San Francisco, California. 
 
"The Corcoran 2005 Print Portfolio: Drawn to Representation," Corcoran Gallery of Art. Washington, DC. 
 
2005-2006
"Woven Works by Contemporary Painters," Bedford Gallery. Walnut Creek, California. November 30, 2005-January 29, 2006. 
 
"Visual Politics: The Art of Engagement," San Jose Museum of Art. San Jose, California. November 20, 2005-March 5, 2006. 
Katzen Arts Center, American University. Washington, D.C. April 19-July 30, 2006. 
 
2006
"Aspects of Humanity: Contemporary Portraiture," Center for Contemporary Art, Sacramento. Sacramento, California. July 6-August 27, 2006. 
 
"Twice Drawn," The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College. Saratoga Springs, New York. 
 
"Why-Lee, Shot. C; Buzz, She Lest ‘em Vernon!," (V. Fisher, W.T. Wiley, X. Xie, B. Spector), Zolla Lieberman Gallery. Chicago, Illinois. 
 
"Picturing the Banjo," Corcoran Gallery of Art. Washington, DC. 
Pennsylvania State University. University Park, Pennsylvania. 
 
2006-2011
Rosenberg, Randy, curator.  "The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama," organized by the Committee of 100 for Tibet and The Dalai Lama Foundation. 
UCLA Fowler Museum. Los Angeles, California. June 11-September 10, 2006.
Loyola University Museum of Art. Chicago, Illinois. October 28, 2006-January 14, 2007.
Rubin Museum of Art. New York, New York. March 16-September 3, 2007.
Emory Visual Arts Gallery. Atlanta, Georgia. September 29-October 27, 2007.
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. San Francisco, California. December 1, 2007-March 16, 2008.
Tokyo, Japan. October 17-November 9, 2008.
Fundación Canal. Madrid, Spain. January 30-April 9, 2009.
Frost Art Museum. Miami, Florida. October 9-January 10, 2010
Brukenthal National Museum. Sibiu, Romania. May 18-July 18, 2010.
Nobel Museum. Stockholm, Sweden. October 9, 2010-January 2, 2011.
San Antonio Museum of Art. San Antonio, Texas. March 12-July 31, 2011. 
 
2007
"California in Connecticut: The Joanne and William Rees Collection," New Britain Museum of American Art. New Britain, Connecticut. April 20-July 3, 2007. 
 
Churchill, Chris, curator.  "Automatic. A Drawing Show Curated by Chris Churchill," Franklin Parrasch Gallery. New York, New York. June 28-July 28, 2007. 
 
"A Legacy of Art: The Ted and Ruth Nash Collection," Oakland Museum of California. Oakland, California. August 24–December 30, 2007. 
 
"Ways of Seeing: John Baldessari Explores the Collection," Smithsonian Museum, Lower-Level Gallery. Washington, DC. 
 
"Pacific Light: California Watercolor Refracted 1907-2007," International Center for the Arts at San Francisco State University. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Tribute to Peter Selz," b. sakata garo. Sacramento, California. 
 
"Looking West," Belger Arts Center. Kansas City, Missouri. 
 
"Art for Yale: Collecting for a New Century," Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, Connecticut. 
 
"Urban Landscape," Crown Point Press, San Francisco, California. 
 
2007-2008
Green, Heather Pamela, curator.  "De-Natured: Works from the Anderson Collection," San Jose Museum of Art. San Jose, California. October 13, 2007-January 6, 2008. 
 
2008
"The Gift of Art - Select Pieces from the Curley Art Collection, Exhibit and Sale," Marin Arts Council. San Rafael, California. January 22-March 20, 2008. 
 
Ercums, Kris and Susan Earle, curator.  "Dreams & Portals," Spencer Museum of Art, The University of Kansas. Lawrence, Kansas. June 21-September 7, 2008. 
 
"Eye on the Sixties: Vision, Body, and Soul. Selections from the Collection of Harry W. and Mary Margaret Anderson," The de Saisset Museum at Santa Clara University. Santa Clara, California. February 2-June 15, 2008. 
 
Brodzky, Anne, DeWitt Cheng and Art Hazelwood, curator.  "The Art of Democracy: War and Empire at Meridian Gallery," Meridian Gallery. New York, New York. September 4-November 4, 2008. 
 
"Masters and Multiples: The David and Ann Keister Print Collection from Grand Valley State University," Muskegon Museum of Art. Muskegon, Michigan. September 4-November 2, 2008. 
 
"Partisan," Art Chicago, Merchandise Mart. Chicago, Illinois. 
 
"UC Davis @ Mondavi," woodcut with the Artist Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his family foundation, Robert Mondavi Winery. Oakville, California. 
 
"Art of Democracy: War and Empire," Meridian Gallery. San Francisco, California. 
 
"Modern and Contemporary Art at Dartmouth," Highlights from the Hood Museum of Art at Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College. Hanover, New Hampshire. 
 
"Balancing Perspectives: East Asian Influences in Contemporary Art," John F. Kennedy University Berkeley Campus. Berkeley, California. 
 
"Feeling of Solidarity between Humanity and Environment," Art Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. 
 
"Facing West," Landfall Press. Santa Fe, New Mexico. 
 
2008-2009
"Looking for Mushrooms. Beat poets, Hippies, Funk and Minimal Art: Art and Counter-Culture in San Francisco Around 1968," Museum Ludwig. Cologne, Germany. November 8, 2008-March 1, 2009. 
 
2009
"Trouble in Paradise: Examining Discord Between Nature and Society," Tucson Museum of Art. Tucson, Arizona. February 28-June 28, 2009. 
 
"The Third Mind: American Artists Contemplate Asia," The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. New York, New York. January 30-April 19, 2009. 
 
"Decline And Fall," Rena Bransten Gallery. San Francisco, California. July 2-August 8, 2009. 
 
"Instruments," Solway/Jones Gallery. Los Angeles, California. June 27-August 15, 2009. 
 
"Anniversary Celebration," The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. New York, New York. 
 
2010
"Selected Works," John Berggruen Gallery. San Francisco, California. March 21-May 22, 2010. 
 
"William T. Wiley and H. C. Westermann: Sculpture and Works on Paper," John Berggruen Gallery. San Francisco, California. November 4-December 4, 2010. 
 
2011-2012
Schimmel, Paul, curator.  "Under the Big Black Sun: California Art 1974-1981," The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA. Los Angeles, California. October 2, 2011-February 13, 2012. 
 
"Locus Solus: Impressions of Raymond Roussel," Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia. Madrid, Spain. October 25, 2011-February 27, 2012. 
Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves, Porto, Portugal. April 5-September 1, 2012. 
 
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