Isaac Witkin Catalogue
Isaac Witkin
Group Exhibitions
Woodstock Gallery. London, United Kingdom. 
Young Contemporaries. London, United Kingdom. 
London Group Exhibition. London, United Kingdom. 
"Primary Structures: Younger American and British Sculptors," The Jewish Museum. New York, New York. 
"Painting and Sculpture," Stratton Arts Festival. Stratton, Vermont. September 30-October 12, 1965. 
Paris Biennale. Paris, France. 
"The New Generation," Whitechapel Art Gallery. London, United Kingdom. March-April, 1965. 
Stone Gallery. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, United Kingdom. 
"Open Air Sculpture," Sonsbeek, The Netherlands. 
"Inside, Outside," Smith College Museum of Art. Northampton, Massachusetts. May 11-June 7, 1966. 
"Young English Sculptors," Stedelijk Museum. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 
Kunstalle Museum. Berne, Switzerland. 
"Outdoor sculpture 1967," Cannon Hill Park. Birmingham, United Kingdom. April 22-May 6, 1967. 
Castle Museum Gardens. Norwich, United Kingdom. May 20-June 12, 1967.
Abington Park, Northampton, United Kingdom. June 17-July 9, 1967. 
"New sculpture, 1967: seventh annual summer exhibition of sculpture," Hart House. Toronto, Canada. July 10-October1, 1967. 
"The British New Generation," Akademie der Künste. Berlin, Germany. 
"British Sculpture of the '60s," British Arts Council at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, New York. 
"Highlights of the 1967-1970 Art Season," Larry Aldridge Museum of Contemporary Art. Ridgefield, Connecticut. 
Baro, Gene, curator.  "British Sculpture Out of the Sixties," The Institute of Contemporary Arts Ltd. Nash House. London, United Kingdom. August 6-Stepember 27, 1970. 
"The Alastair McAlpine Gift," The Tate Gallery. London, United Kingdom. 
"John Powers Collection," The Metropolitan Museum. New York, New York. 
"Indoor Sculpture Outdoors," Storm King Art Center. Mountainville, New York. 
"Fall Selections, 1972," Aldridge Museum of Contemporary Art. Ridgefield, Connecticut. 
"Monumenta," Newport, Rhode Island. 
"American International Sculptors’ Symposium," Sponsored by New York State Council on the Arts. New York, New York. 
"The Condition of Sculpture," Hayward Gallery. London, United Kingdom. 
"The Golden Door: artist-immigrants of America, 1876-1976," The Hirshhorn Museum. Washington, D.C. May 20-October 20, 1976. 
"Three Sculptors," Summit Art Center. Passaic, New Jersey. 
"Artists at Bennington: visual arts faculty, 1932-1976," Bennington College Arts Center. Bennington, Vermont. May 20-June 2, 1976. 
"Invitational Exhibition," American Academy of Arts and Letters. New York, New York. 
"Sculpture in the Constructivist Tradition," Hamilton Gallery. New York, New York. 
Alexander F. Milliken, Inc. New York, New York. 
"Recent Acquisitions: Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture," Worcester Art Museum. Worcester, Massachusetts. 
"Monuments and Monoliths: a metamorphosis," Nassau County Museum. Roslyn Harbor, New York. September 24-December 3, 1978. 
"In Small Scale," Hamilton Gallery. New York, New York. 
"15 sculptors in steel around Bennington, 1963-1978," Park-McCullough House Association. North Bennington, Vermont. August 12-October 15, 1978. 
"Homage to David Smith," Prospect Mountain. Lake George, New York. August 1-October 15, 1979. 
"Sculpture: Bladen, Kipp, Witkin," Ben Shahn Gallery, William Paterson College. Wayne, New Jersey. November 1979. 
"Sculpture Space at Utica College," Utica College. Utica, New York. 
"11th International Sculpture Symposium," Columbia Plaza Sculpture Exhibit. Washington, D.C. 
Diane Brown Gallery. Washington, D.C. 
"Sculpture Studies," Lake George Arts Project. Lake George, New York. 
"Contemporary Bronze," Hamilton Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Robert Elkon: Two Decades," Robert Elkon Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Invitational Exhibition," The Berkshire Museum. Pittsfield, Massachusetts. June 4-August 1, 1982. 
American Academy of Arts and Letters. New York, New York. 
"Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood," Chesterwood Museum. Stockbridge, Massachusetts. 
"Casting: Survey of Cast Metal Sculpture in the '80s," Fuller Goldeen Gallery. San Francisco, California. July 8-August 28, 1982. 
"Landscape in Sculpture," Freeman Gallery, Albright College. Reading, Pennsylvania. March 15-April 18, 1982. 
Johnson Atelier. Hamilton, New Jersey. 
"Carnegie International," Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. October 23, 1982-January 2, 1983. 
Seattle Art Museum. Seattle, Washington. February 10-March 27, 1983.
Art Gallery of Western Australia. Perth, Australia.
National Gallery of Victoria. Melbourne, Australia.
Art Gallery of New South Wales. Sydney, Australia. 
Macklowe, Linda, curator.  "Bronze Sculpture in the Landscape," Wave Hill. Bronx, New York. 
"Bronze at Washington Square," Washington Square Plaza. Washington, D.C. October 6, 1983-February 3, 1984. 
"Iron Cast/Cast Iron," Pratt Manhattan Center Gallery. New York, New York. November 21-December 23, 1983. 
Pratt Institute Gallery. Brooklyn, New York. January 12-February 17, 1984. 
Tuchman, Phyllis, curator.  "Six in Bronze," Williams College Museum of Art. Williamstown, Massachusetts. January 15-February 26, 1984. 
Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. May 12-July 8, 1984.
Columbus Museum of Art. Columbus, Ohio. August 18-September 30, 1984.
The Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, New York.
Newport Harbor Museum. Newport Beach, California. 
"Seven Sculptors in America," One Penn Plaza. New York, New York. 
"Recent Sculpture: The Johnson Atelier, Workshop and Studio," New Jersey State Museum. Trenton, New Jersey. June 23-September 30, 1984. 
Reynolds, Gary, curator.  "American Bronze Sculpture: 1850 to the Present: Two Hundred Years of Bronze," Newark Museum. Newark, New Jersey. October 18, 1984-February 3, 1985. 
Nugent, Bob L, curator.  "Works in Bronze: A Modern Survey," University Art Gallery, Sonoma State University. Rohnert Park, California. November 2-December 16, 1984. 
Redding Museum and Art Center. Palm Springs, California. May 1-June 2, 1985.
Palm Springs Desert Museum. Palm Springs, California.
Boise Gallery of Art. Boise, Idaho.
Cheney Cowles Memorial Museum. Spokane, Washington. April 25-June 1, 1986. 
"Art of the 1970s and 1980s," Aldridge Museum of Contemporary Art. Ridgefield, Connecticut. 
"Contemporary Sculpture at Chesterwood VI," Chesterwood Museum. Stockbridge, Massachusetts. July 6-October 13, 1985. 
"Voices: Contemporary Art and Artists," The Brooklyn Museum. Brooklyn, New York. 
Tuchman, Phyllis, curator.  "Made in the USA," 909 Third Avenue. New York, New York. 
"Selections from the collection of the Chase Manhattan Bank," Nassau County Museum of Fine Art. Roslyn, New York. June 1-August 3, 1986. 
"Contemporary American Landscape: Reflections of Social Change," New Jersey Center for the Visual Arts. Summit, New Jersey. March 1-April 5, 1987. 
"Two Sculptures from the City Collection," Zone Arts Center. Springfield, Massachusetts. 
"Carnegie Center Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit," Princeton, New Jersey. 
"Six Sculptors, One Painter," Virginia Lynch Gallery. Tiverton, Rhode Island. 
"Inaugural Exhibition," James A. Michener Fine Arts Center. Doylestown, Pennsylvania. September 15, 1988-May 28, 1989. 
"Color and Sculpture," Gimpel and Weitzenjoffer Gallery. New York, New York. 
Weld, Alison, curator.  "The Life Force," Robeson Center Gallery, Rutgers University. Trenton, New Jersey. 
"Recent Small Scale Works," Security Pacific Bank. Costa Mesa, California. November 12, 1989-January 6, 1990. 
"Directions," Locks Gallery. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
"Voices from South Africa," Stuart Levy Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Nippon International Art Exhibition," Yokohama, Japan. 
"Process to Presence: Issues in Sculpture 1960-1990," Locks Gallery. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Festival Sankofa-Masianoke, Debut World Tour. 
African History Month, Observing World Day of Anti-Apartheid Movements, Featuring Arts of the African Diaspora including sculptures by Dumile and Isaac Witkin, The United States and South Africa. 
"Lee Tribe, William Tucker and Isaac Witkin," Robert Morrison Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Chelsea Harbour Sculpture 93," Royal Society of British Sculptors. London, United Kingdom. June14-September 18, 1993. 
"Sculptural Cross Sections: Productive Partners," Hunterdon Art Center. Clinton, New Jersey. 
"Atlantic Foundation," Grounds for Sculpture. Hamilton, New Jersey. 
"Hardy, Novatt, Tribe, and Witkin," Marc de Montebello Fine Art. New York, New York. 
"Sculpture from New Jersey," New Jersey Center for the Visual Arts. Summit, New Jersey. 
"In Full View," Stedman Gallery, Rutgers University. Camden, New Jersey. 
"Facets of Contemporary Sculpture," Two Sculptors Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Plastic Fantastic! The New Generation," Museum of Contemporary Art. Sydney, Australia. 
"Spring 1997 Exhibition," Grounds for Sculpture. Hamilton, New Jersey. May 10-July 6, 1997. 
"Philadelphia Sculptors," Grounds for Sculpture. Hamilton, New Jersey. 
"Pier Walk '98," Wood Gallery. Chicago, Illinois. 
"Stages of Creation: Public Sculpture by National Academicians," National Academy Museum. New York, New York. 
"The Sculpture Center Anniversary Exhibition," The Sculpture Center. Cleveland, Ohio. June 11-July 23, 1999. 
"Color Sculptures: Britain in the Sixties," Waddington Galleries. London, United Kingdom. October 6-November 6, 1999. 
Monkman, Betty C, curator.  "Sculpture at the White House: The View From Denver," Jacqueline Bouvier Sculpture Garden, The White House. Washington, D.C. 
Organized by Lewis I. Sharp with Diane Perry Vanderlip, under the auspices of Hillary Rodham Clinton, Iris Cantor and J. Carter Brown. 
Collischan, Judy, curator.  "Welded! Sculpture of the Twentieth Century, Neuberger Museum of Art’s 25th Anniversary Exhibition," Neuberger Museum of Art. Purchase, New York. May 14-August 27, 2000. 
Hamilton, Patricia, curator.  "Silver + Gold," Baldwin Gallery. Aspen, Colorado. July 28-September 7, 2000. 
Nohra Haime Gallery. New York, New York.
Gallery Simone Stern. New Orleans, Louisiana.
Elayne Baker Gallery. Boca Raton, Florida.
Imago Gallery. Palm Desert, California. 
"Group Exhibition," Grimaldis Gallery. Baltimore, Maryland. 
"Sculpture 2000 International Exhibition," Groton, Connecticut. 
"First Night: Many Faces, One Family," Mt. Holly, New Jersey. 
"Group Exhibition," Alva Gallery. New London, Connecticut. 
"Pier Walk," Chicago, Illinois. 
"Tra-la-la: British Sculpture in the Sixties," Tate Britain, Duveen Gallery. London, United Kingdom. 
"Tenth Anniversary," Grounds for Sculpture. Hamilton, New Jersey. 
"Selections: Works from the International Sculpture Center Board," Grounds for Sculpture. Hamilton, New Jersey. 
"Improvisations: Lynda Benglis and Isaac Witkin," Locks Gallery. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Riley, Richard, Ana de Vasconcelos e Melo, and Isadora Papadrakakis, curator.  "Metamorphosis: British Art and the Sixties, works from the Collections of the British Council and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation," The Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation Museum of Contemporary Art. Andros, Greece. June 25–September 25, 2005. 
"Recent Modernist Sculpture: Joined, Modeled, Cast, Carved, Poured, Painted Artists," Locks Gallery. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. September 9-October 8, 2005. 
"Isaac Witkin and George Segal," Rooftop Exhibition, Locks Gallery. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
"How to Improve the World: 60 Years of British Art, Selected Works from the Arts Council of Great Britain Collection," Hayward Gallery. London, England. September 7-November 19, 2006. 
"If Everybody Had an Ocean: Brian Wilson, an Art Exhibition," Tate St. Ives. London, United Kingdom. May 26-September 23, 2007. 
Musee d'Art Contemporain de Bordeaux. Bordeaux, France. 
"New Acquisitions, Fall/Winter," Grounds for Sculpture. Hamilton, New Jersey. 
"New Works, Featuring Isaac Witkin’s In the Beginning from the Andre Emmerich Collection," The Fields Sculpture Park, Art Omi International. Ghent, New York. 
Price, Marshall N., curator.  "The Abstract Impulse: Fifty Years of Abstraction, 1956- 2006," National Academy. New York, New York. August 1, 2007-January 6, 2008. 
"The New Generation Revisited: British Sculpture from the Sixties and Seventies. A Tribute to Bryan Robertson at the Whitechapel," New Art Centre, Roche Court. Salisbury, United Kingdom. May10-September 7, 2008. 
"Dear Henry Moore: Connections and Correspondence," Henry Moore Institute. Leeds, United Kingdom. February 3-June 26, 2011. 
"The Bennington Legacy: Sculpture by Isaac Witkin, James Wolfe, Willard Boepple," Tower 49 Gallery. New York, New York, USA. April 30-October 29, 2015. 
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