Vitaly Komar Catalogue
Vitaly Komar
Selected Catalogues
Zeitlin, Marilyn A.  Messages: Words and Images.  Freedman Gallery, Albright College. Reading, Pennsylvania. 1981.
Frank, Peter.  Self Portraits.  Linda Farris Gallery. Seattle, Washington. 1983.
Jacobs, Joseph.  Contemporary Perspectives 1984.  Sordoni Art Gallery. Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. 1984.
Tupitsyn, Margarita.  Sots Art Russian Mock-Heroic Style.  Semaphore Gallery. New York, New York. 1984.
Wollen, Peter, Vitaly Komar and Aleksandr Melamid.  Komar & Melamid: The Fruitmarket Gallery.  Fruitmarket Gallery. Edinburgh, United Kingdom. 1985.
Artists for Artists.  Charles Cowles Gallery. New York, New York. 1986.
Beal, Graham J.  Second Sight: Biennial IV.  San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. 1986.
Blanchette, Manon.  Resistance or Submission.  Walter Phillips Gallery. Banff, Canada. 1986.
Adcock, Craig.  Nocturnes and Nightmares.  Florida State University Gallery and Museum. Tallahassee, Florida. 1987.
Blau, Douglas.  Fictions.  Curt Marcus Gallery, Kent Fine Art. New York, New York. 1987.
Bradley, Laurel.  Tragic and Timeless Today.  Gallery 400, University of Illinois at Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. 1987.
Contemporary Soviet Art: The Will to Self-Expression in a Conformist Society.  Kennesaw College Art Gallery. Kennesaw, Georgia. January 22-February 22, 1987.
Death Poems.  Moriarty Gallery. Madrid, Spain. October, 1988.
Bohnen, Ulrich.  Hommage/Demontage.  Neue Gallery, Museum Ludwig. Aachen, West Germany. 1988.
Hunter, Sam.  Object, Symbol & Allegory: Changing Perspectives in Contemporary Representation.  Marlborough Gallery. New York, New York. 1988.
Russians in America.  Organized by Exhibits USA. University of North Texas. Denton, Texas. 1989.
Stendhal Syndrome: The Cure.  Andrea Rosen Gallery. New York, New York. 1990.
After Perestroika.  Irving Galleries. Sydney, Australia. 1991.
Art of Advocacy.  Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Ridgefield, Connecticut. 1991.
Black Lights.  The Stedelijk Museum. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 1991.
Tupitsyn, Margarita and Martha Rosler.  After Perestroika: Kitchenmaids or Stateswomen.  Independent Curators Incorporated. New York, New York. 1993.
Altered Egos.  Santa Monica Museum of Art. Santa Monica, California. July 8-September 4, 1994.
Europa-Europa.  Kunst-und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Bonn, Germany. May 27-October 16, 1994.
Istanbul Biennial. Istanbul, Turkey. 1995.
Tumarkin-Goodman, Susan.  Russian Jewish Artists in a Century of Change 1890-1990.  The Jewish Museum. New York, New York. 1995.
20/20: The Visionary Legend of Doris Chanin Freedman.  Freedman Gallery/Albright College. Reading, Pennsylvania. 1996.
Heroic Painting.  Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. February 3-April 21, 1996.
The Sixth International.  Hawaii Art Gallery. Honolulu, Hawaii. 1997.
Komar & Melamid,  Die Beliebten und Ungeliebten Bilder.  Ludwig Museum. Cologne, Germany. 1997.
Backstein, Joseph and Johanna Kandl.  It’s a Better World.  Wiener Secession. Austria. 1997.
Komar & Melamid: Schön-Haslich.  Joint exhibition with Alex Melamid. Kunsthalle. Vienna, Austria. September 22-November 1, 1998.
American Dreams.  Joint exhibition with Alex Melamid. Philadelphia Art Alliance. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. January 16-March 11, 2001.
Symbols of the Big Bang.  Yeshiva University Museum, Center for Jewish History. New York, New York. October 24, 2002-February 2, 2003, 2002.
Weibel, Peter, Peter Galison, Dario Gamboni, Joseph Koerner, Bruno Latour, Adam Lowe, Hans Ulrich Obrist, and Boris Grois.  Iconoclash.  Center for Art and Media. Karlsruhe, Germany. 2002.
Berlin-Moskau, Moskau-Berlin 1950-2000.  Nicolai-Berlag Berlin. Berlin, Germany. 2003.
Hayash, Sumi.  Komar and Melamid: Desperately Seeking a Masterpiece.  Kawamura Memorial Museum of Art. Japan. 2003.
Dream Factory Communism.  Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt. Frankfurt, Germany. September 24-January 4, 2003-2004.
Berlin-Moskau, Moskau-Berlin.  Martin-Gropius-Bau. Berlin, Germany. September 28-January 5
(travelled to: State Historical Museum Moscow. Moscow, Russia. March 21-June 15). 2003-2004.
Weinstein, Andrew, ed.  Vitaly Komar: Three-Day Weekend.  The Humanities Gallery, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. New York, New York. 2005.
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