Ellen Driscoll Catalogue
Ellen Driscoll
Group Exhibitions
Fifth Annual Boston City Hall Exhibition. Boston, Massachusetts. 
Jorgensen Gallery, University of Connecticut. Storrs, Connecticut. 
"Invitational," Boston Visual Artists Union. Boston, Massachusetts. 
"Second Annual Exhibition," Painting Space 122. New York, New York. 
"5+5," Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs, City Gallery. New York, New York. 
Parsons School of Design. New York, New York. 
"Ten Downtown," La Galerie Seconde Classe. New York, New York. 
"The Ways of Wood," The Sculpture Center. New York, New York. 
"Fusion," Paulo Salvador Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Natural History," Art in General. New York, New York. 
"Southern Exposure," Brockton Art Museum. Brockton, Massachusetts. 
"Invitational," Stux Gallery. Boston, Massachusetts. 
Paulo Salvador Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Ten-Year Survey, Arts Apprenticeship Program," Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs, City Gallery. New York, New York. 
Paulo Salvador Gallery. New York, New York. 
Stavaridis Gallery. Boston, Massachusetts. 
"A Contemporary View of Nature," Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Ridgefield, Connecticut. December 6, 1986-February 15, 1987. 
"PS1 Fifth Annual National and International Studio Artists Program," Clocktower Gallery. New York, New York. January 17-February 11, 1987. 
"Natural Reflections: Inside/Outside," The Sculpture Center. New York, New York. 
Moody Gallery. Houston, Texas. 
"The Prevalence of Myth," Organization of Independent Artists, Bronx Council on the Arts. Bronx, New York. 
Hill Gallery. Birmingham, Michigan. 
"Pursuing Shape and Form," Thomas Barry Arts. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 
"The Tree Show: The Tree as a Metaphor in a Selection of Contemporary Art," Massachusetts College of Art. Boston, Massachusetts. April 1-29, 1987. 
"Alternative Supports: Contemporary Sculpture on The Wall," David Winton Bell Gallery, List Art Center, Brown University. Providence, Rhode Island. April 25-May 25, 1987. 
"Sculpture '89," University Art Gallery, The State University of New York at Albany. Albany, New York. 
"Ellen Driscoll, Robert Lobe, Ursula Von Rydingsvard," Damon Brandt Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Ancient Explorations," Met Life Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Kindred Spirits: Metaphysical Insights of Seven Sculptors," George Ciscle Gallery. Baltimore, Maryland. 
Trabia-MacAfee Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Elements," Stavaridis Gallery. Boston, Massachusetts. 
"The Nature of Things," Cydney Payton Gallery. Denver, Colorado. 
"In the Making," The Sculpture Center. New York, New York. 
"Nomadic Visions: Recent Work by Six New York Sculptors," Southeastern Massachusetts University. North Dartmouth, Massachusetts. January 25-February 19, 1988. 
"Strike: Nature, Abstraction, Aggression," Valencia Community College. Orlando, Florida. February 15-March 25, 1988. 

"The 1980s: A New Generation, American Painters and Sculptors," The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, New York. April 13-July 31, 1988. 

"Innovations in Sculpture, 1985-1988," Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Ridgefield, Connecticut. September 24-December 31, 1988. 
"Totem," Addison Gallery of American Art, Philips Academy. Andover, Massachusetts. 
"Sculpture on the Edge," DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park. Lincoln, Massachusetts. 
"Art Against AIDS, San Francisco: A Sale Exhibition of Contemporary Works of Art at Butterfield & Butterfield Warehouse and Art Against AIDS," American Foundation for AIDS Research. San Francisco, California. May 18-June 18, 1989. 
Nadleman, Cynthia, curator.  "Means to Ends: Process and its Traces in Recent Sculpture," Rockland Center for the Arts. West Nyack, New York. 
"The New School Collects: Recent Acquisitions," The New School for Social Research. New York, New York. 
"Group Show," Eve Mannes Gallery. Atlanta, Georgia. 
"Wood Transformed," McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College. Boston, Massachusetts. 
"Pour une Foundation Européene de Recherche sur le Sida," Drouot-Richelieu, Paris. 
"Grounded: Sculpture on the Floor," University of Michigan Museum of Art. Ann Arbor, Michigan. April 7-June 3, 1990. 
"Alchemy: Ellen Driscoll, Donald Lipski, Suzanne Bocanegra," Fayerweather Gallery, University of Virginia. Charlottesville, Virginia. 
"Two Objects," Rosa Esman Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Collection Notes," The Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University. Waltham, Massachusetts. 
"American Abstraction at the Addison," Addison Gallery of American Art, Philips Academy. Andover, Massachusetts. April 18-July 31, 1991. 
"Insight on Site and The Loophole of Retreat," The Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University. Waltham, Massachusetts (installation). September 19-November 3, 1991. 
Opening Project Exhibition. 
European Ceramics Work Center. s'-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands. 
Suzanne Biederberg Gallery. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 
"Ellen Driscoll / Donna Byars," University of Southern Maine. Gorham, Maine. 
Sussman, Eve, curator.  "Summer Exhibition," Socrates Sculpture Park. Long Island City, New York. June 7, 1992-May 2, 1993. 
"Drawings from 55 Ferris Street," Jessica Berwind Gallery. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
Wynn Kramarsky Gallery. New York, New York. 
"Grounds for Sculpture," Johnson Atelier Sculpture Park. Mercerville, New Jersey. 
"Five Sculptors," Rosa Esman Gallery. New York, New York. 
Taylor, Frederieke, curator.  "55 Ferris Street III," Brooklyn, New York. March 14-April 25, 1993. 
Bowen, Paul, curator.  "Four Women Sculptors," Cherrystone Gallery. Wellfleet, Massachusetts. 
"Raft," Threadwaxing Space. New York, New York (project room installation with Nene Humphrey). 
"Equal Rights and Justice," High Museum of Art. Atlanta, Georgia. May 24-August 28, 1994. 
"Art en Route: MTA/Arts for Transit," Paine Webber Gallery. New York, New York. July 14-September 25, 1994. 
Museums at Stony Brook. Stony Brook, New York. 
Wilson Lloyd, Ann, curator.  "New Forms from the Fine Arts Work Center," Cape Museum of Fine Art. Dennis, Massachusetts. 
"From There On Up to Here and Now – with 'Equal Rights and Justice'," National African American Museum, Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C. September 22, 1995-March 3, 1996. 
Streifer Rubinstein, Charlotte, curator.  "In Three Dimensions: Women Sculptors of the 90s," organized by the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Snug Harbor, in conjunction with the Women’s Caucus for Art/NYC Chapter. Snug Harbor Cultural Center. Staten Island, New York. July 9, 1995-July 14, 1996. 
Dennison, Lisa, curator.  "Chesterwood Anniversary Exhibition," Chesterwood Museum. Stockbridge, Massachusetts. 
"Infernal Inception: Artists Work in Glass," Boston Center for the Arts. Boston, Massachusetts. 
"Close to Home," Lehman College Art Gallery. Bronx, New York. September 4-October 29, 1996. 
"Spaces and Forms," Rhinehart School of Sculpture, Maryland Institute College of Art. Baltimore, Maryland. 
Neuhaus, Margie, curator.  "Lifelines," Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus. Brookville, New York. 
Hagen, Charles, curator.  "Paraphotography," Maier Museum of Art. Lynchburg, Virginia. March 21-April 26, 1998. 
"Ellen Driscoll, Lesley Dill, Ambreen Butt," DNA Gallery. Provincetown, Massachusetts. 
"Marilyn Monroe X Times," Emily Peterson Gallery. New York, New York. 
Sillman, Amy, curator.  "Private Eye," Douglass College Library, Rutgers University. Newark, New Jersey. 
"Recent Projects: Ellen Driscoll and Lesley Dill," Bernard Toale Gallery. Boston, Massachusetts. 
"Forms in Motion," Henson International Festival of Puppet Theater, The Cooper Union. New York, New York. August 8-October 8, 2000. 
Arning, Bill, curator.  "Annual Drawing Exhibition," Boston Center for the Arts. Boston, Massachusetts. 
"The Drawing Project," Bernard Toale Gallery. Boston, Massachusetts. 
"Archipelago," Museum of Contemporary Art. Denver, Colorado. 
Virginia Lynch Gallery. Tiverton, Rhode Island. 
Gilrain, Kathleen, curator.  "Custom Fit," Smack Mellon Studios. Brooklyn, New York. April 19-June 1, 2003. 
"American Academy of Arts and Letters Invitational Exhibition," 178th Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design. New York, New York. May 2-June 15, 2003. 
"Trunk Show," King House. Cork, Ireland. 
Boyle Co Roscommon. Cork, Ireland.
Ireland and Sirius Arts Centre. Cork, Ireland.
London Metropolitan University Gallery. Whitechapel, United Kingdom. 
"Betwixt," Motoazabu Gallery. Tokyo, Japan. 
Virginia Lynch Gallery. Tiverton, Rhode Island. 
Brown, Gerard, curator.  "The Big Nothing: A Void," Institute of Contemporary Art. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. May 1-August 1, 2004. 
"Camp with The Loophole of Retreat," Museum London. London, Ontario, Canada. 
"Trunk Show," The Women's Library. London, United Kingdom. 
"Veil," The Third Tashkent Biennale. Tashkent, Uzbekistan. October 3-20, 2005. 
"Legacies: Contemporary Artists Reflect on Slavery," as part of a three-part exhibition on slavery. New York Historical Society. New York, New York. June 16, 2006-January 7, 2007. 
Higashida, Zero, curator.  "Revenant," Nippon Ginko. Hiroshima, Japan. 
"Thoreau Reconsidered," Glyndor Gallery and Grounds, Wave Hill. Bronx, New York. June 7-August 26, 2007. 
Giroux, Joan, curator.  "Mercurial and Capricious Systems," Columbia College. Chicago, Illinois. January 17–February 23, 2008. 
Dumont, Shana, and Leonie Bradbury, curator.  "It's Getting Hot in Here," Montserrat College. Beverly, Massachusetts. February 15-April 6, 2008. 
Kotik, Charlotta, curator.  "The Persistence of Line," Kentler International Drawing Space. Brooklyn, New York. June 6-July 13, 2008. 

McGregor, Jennifer, curator. "Thoreau Reconsidered," Concord Art Association. Concord, Massachusetts. October 17-December 7, 2008. 

"Mend," Proteus Gowanus Gallery. Brooklyn, New York. 
Driscoll, Ellen, curator.  "Near Everywhere," GASP. Boston, Massachusetts. March 27-May 2, 2009. 
Ewing, Lauren, curator.  "browser, inter-actor, co-author, producer, nomad," Fine Arts Work Center. Provincetown, Massachusetts. July 10-July 27, 2009. 
Grayre, Rene, curator.  "Yoshitomikura," Hiroshima, Japan. 
Newsome, Allison, curator.  "Agriculture Encounters Sculpture," Allendale Farm. Brookline, Massachusetts. September 4-October 21, 2010. 
Fischer, Noah, curator.  "Washed Up: Ellen Driscoll & Robert Oxnam," Brooklyn Zen Center. Brooklyn, New York. April 1-June 9, 2011. 

Waddell, Roberta, curator. "Marked Differences: Selections from the Kentler Flatfiles," Kentler International Drawing Space. Brooklyn, New York. June 3-July 24, 2011.

Newsome, Allison, curator. "Art Encounters Preservation," Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion. Portsmouth, New Hampshire. July 30-October 15, 2011. 
Jurack, Brigitte, curator.  "Democratic Promenade," Bluecoat Gallery. Liverpool, United Kingdom. September 30-Novermber 27, 2011. 
"Sitelines: Elizabeth Alexander • Ellen Driscoll • Kysa Johnson • Kyong Ae Kim • Elizabeth Mooney," Beard Gallery, Watson Fine Arts, Wheaton College. Norton, Massachusetts, USA. August 27 - October 5. 
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