Solo Exhibitions

Charm of the Many, Salander-O’Reilly Galleries, New York, NY, Catalogue with an introduction by Dominique Fourcade, and an Essay by Charles Bernstein
Diverse Groundings, Salander-O’Reilly Galleries, New York, NY
Including CD ROM The Baby Book, with drawings and watercolors (computer engineering by Nazir Ellahi)   
Diaphanous Leap (continued), Salander-O’Reilly Galleries, New York, NY
Sketch for Ecstasy, Provincetown Art Association & Museum, MA
Sketches and Drawings for  "Earth Studies" Palm Beach Museum of Art, Lake Worth, FL
Success Garden Port Authority Bus Terminal, New York, NY [May 2 – Aug. 15, 1994]
The Urban Center, Municipal Arts Society, New York, Portrait of "Success Garden" in Harlem, People Make Parks: Public Space for Public Life
Songs of the Senses, Inax Gallery, Tokyo, Japan [Apr 1 – 28 1993]
Mimi Gross, New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA [Jan 24 – Feb 23, 1991]
Mimi Gross, New East End Gallery, Provincetown, MA [Aug 23 – Sept 9, 1991]
Parade: An Exhibition at Various Tribeca Sites, New York, NY [Oct 1990 – Feb 1991]   
Mimi Gross: Chronologies, Katzen-Brown Gallery, New York, NY [Apr 6 – May 6, 1989]
Mimi Gross, David Brown Gallery, Provincetown, MA [Aug 12 – 25, 1988]
Mimi Gross: In Public, In Private: Studies, paintings and painted sculpture
Ruth Siegel, New York, NY [Feb 19 – Mar 8 1986]
Mimi Gross: murales, sculptures et dessins, Gallerie Lara Vincey, Paris, France [Apr 10 – May 3, 1986]
Karen Lennox Gallery, Chicago, IL
Public Illumination Picture Gallery, New York, NY
[O’Neal’s Restaurant Installation], O’Neal’s, New York, NY [current installation at O’Neal’s 64th and 65th Street]   
Collegiate School for Boys, New York, NY Big Apple Circus, Circus Flats and Designs Area Gallery, New York, NY
Mimi Gross, Castagno Gallery, New York, NY [Apr 12 – May 9 1965]

Selected Group Exhibitions

Putting it Together, David Findlay JR Gallery, New York, NY
To Be a Lady, 1285 Avenue of the Americas Art Gallery and Norte Maar, Brooklyn, NY
Times Square Show Revisited, Hunter College Art Galleries, New York, NY
Loft in the Red Zone, Historic House of JP Morgan, New York, NY & Moscow Museum of Art, Moscow, Russia
Ghetto Biennale, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, participating artist
Eye on Wall St, group exhibition, Federal Hall, NYC, Oct 1-30
D.U.M.B.O. Arts Center Benefit Auction, D.U.M.B.O. Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY [Feb 29]
Agents of Change: Women, Art and Intellect, Ceres Gallery, New York, NY [Feb 1-24]
Portraits: Seventeenth to Twentieth Century, Salander-O’Reilly, New York, NY [Mar 6-Apr 3]
The Family, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Provincetown, MA [Apr 20-June 3]
Cityarts Art Auction, Cityarts, New York, NY [May 3]
“Greetings From Antioch College”: The Postcard Show, Casa Frela Gallery, New York, NY [Nov 3-Dec 31]  A fundraising exhibit of original art by the Antioch community.
From the Art of New York, World Financial Center Winter Garden, New York, NY  [ Feb 22 – 28] Art Auction and Mardi Gras Gala to Benefit the Gulf Coast.
Wish You Were Here 5, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY
New York, New York: 50 Years of Art, Architecture, Photography, Film and Video, Grimaldi Forum, Monaco [July 14 - Sept 10}
The Downtown Show: The New York Art Scene, 1974-84, Grey Art Gallery, NYU, New York, NY [Jan 10 -Apr 1, 2006] & The Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA. [May 27-Sept 3, 2006] and Austin Museum of Art [Nov 17, 2006- Jan 28, 2007]
Looking Back from Ground Zero, Brooklyn Museum, New York, NY [Aug 30, 2006-Jan 7, 2007]
Through Our Eyes: Belfast/New York, The Painting Center, New York, NY [Sept 5 – 30, 2006] & Metro Center, Belfast, Ireland [Oct 18 – Nov 11, 2006]
Benefit Auction Program, New York Studio School, New York, NY [Oct 19, 2006]
Terrain Gallery 50th Anniversary Exhibition!, Terrain Gallery, New York, NY. [May 7 – Sept 2005]
The Dreamland Artists Club 2005, CreativeTime, New York, NY [June 18 – Oct 2005]
Too Much Bliss: Twenty Years of Granary Books, Smith College Museum of Art, North Hampton, MA [Nov 2005 – Feb 2006]
ABC No Rio 25th Anniversary Benefit Auction, Deitch Projects, New York, NY [Oct 20]
Little Red School House 25th Anniversary Art Auction, 1-20 Gallery, New York, NY [Feb 5-6]
Wish You Were Here 3, A.I.R. Gallery New York, NY [Jun 22 – Jul 17, 2004]
[Small Works II Exhibit], Salander-O’Reilly Galleries/The Arts Students League of New York, New York, NY [Sept 21 – 2004]
Flag Project, Rubin Museum of Art, New York, NY [Oct 2]
New Etchings and Monoprints, VanDeb Editions, New York, NY [Nov 4 2005]
Through Our Eyes: An Exploration of Artists’ Responses to Our Complex Times, Art in General, New York, NY [Jan 9]
Rites of Spring: Sacred, Magical & Ceremonial Art, Kleinert/James Arts Center, Woodstock, NY. [Mar 14-Apr 13]
Artists of the Sun Gallery, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Provincetown, MA [Jun 6 – Jul 6]
Opening Exhibition, VanDeb Editions, New York, NY. [Sept 25]
New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture 2003 Gala Benefit, The New York Studio School, New York, NY [Oct 14]
 Winter Auction 2003, D.U.M.B.O. Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY [Nov 29 – Dec. 6]
Generations 1997  – 2002, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY [Feb 26 – Mar 23, 2002]
Etchings and Monoprints 1999-2002, The Space, New York, NY [Apr 30 – May 16, 2002]
 The 177th Annual: An Invitational Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York, NY [May 1 – Jun 9, 2002]
Wish You Were Here!, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY [Jun 18 – Jul 13 2002]
New Prints 2001-Winter, International Print Center, New York, NY
Time After, Time Along, The River, Holland Tunnel Ventilation Building, New York, NY [May 5-13]
Generations II, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY
Displacement: Art + Suitcase, Will Travel, Gallery: Gertrude Stein, New York, NY [May 18 – Jun 30, 2000]
The Figure: Another Side of Modernism, Newhouse Center for
Contemporary Art, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY [Jun 4, 2000 – Jan 14, 2001]
Etchings and Monoprints, VanDeb Publishers, New York, NY [May 23, 2000]
Remembering Rudy, Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, NY [Jun 14 – Jul 28, 2000]
Alumni Art Show & Sale, LaGuardia Gallery, New York, NY [Dec 2 –20, 2000]
Raising Miriam’s Cup, Jewish Community Center, Baltimore, MD [Mar 8 – May 16, 1999]
Art + Suitcase (Will Travel), DNA Gallery, Provincetown, MA [May 28 – Jun 17, 1999]
Women/Beyond Borders, ongoing exhibition traveling around world
List Graphic Publications, Jewish Museum, New York, NY
Fifty Years of Women at Bard 1948 - 1998, Bard College, Annandale on Hudson, NY [May 1998]
Art + Suitcase Will Travel, A Conductors Hallway Presentation, London, England [May 8 – Jun 7, 1998]
Children in Crisis, Benefit, traveling in select German Museums
Dance Depictions, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY [Sept 7 – Jan 11, 1998]
Holiday Invitational, Broome Street Gallery, New York, NY [Dec 22, 1998 – Jan 3, 1999]
Art + Suitcase Will Travel, Shoe-String Gallery, Jersey City, NJ [May 24 – Jun 14, 1997]; DNA Gallery, Provincetown, MA (1999); Detroit, MI.; London, England (1998), Gertrude Stein Gallery (2000)
A.I.R. Generations 25th Anniversary, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY [Oct 21 – Nov 15, 1997]
The Newton – Provincetown Connection: The David Brown Gallery Revisited, Newton Museum of Art, Newtonville, MA [Sept 19 – Nov 9, 1997]
Dance Depictions, installation at Neuberger Museum, S.U.N.Y. Purchase, NY
Sketches and Drawings For “Earth Studies”, Palm Beach Community College Museum of Art, Lake Worth, FL [Jan 11 – Feb 23, 1996]
[Title in Japanese], Gallery TE, Tokyo, Japan [Jan 12 – 27, 1996]
Invitational/Winners of Grants For Visual Arts, Delaware Arts Center Gallery, Narrowsburg, NY [Jan 27 – Feb 16, 1996]
Women in the Visual Arts, Hollins College Art Gallery, Roanoke, VA [Feb 15 – Mar 12, 1996]
Town and Country: In Pursuit of Life’s Pleasures, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY
Instant Visions, NY Women’s Foundation, Streets of Soho, New York, NY
Face to Face, Artists’ on Artists, Gallery Swan, New York, NY [Sept 12 – Oct 7 1995]
Gardens of the World, C.W. Post College, Long Island, New York
Group Show, Gallerie Te, Tokyo, Japan
Voices of Conscience: Then and Now, ACA Galleries, New York, NY [Dec 14, 1995 – Jan 27, 1996]
Painting in Poetry, Poetry in Painting: Wallace Stevens and Modern Art, Sidney Mishkin Gallery, Baruch College, NY [Mar 17 – Apr 27 1995]
A Voice of Peace and Reason, Penn State, PA
Art + Suitcase Will Travel, Children in Crisis, Hamburg, Germany
Design Biennial: Mirrors, Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY
Art after Art, Nassau County Museum of Art, NY
Children In Crisis, Kunstverein in Hamburg, Germany [Feb 8 – Mar 13, 1994]
Beyond Bard: Works on Paper by Bard College Alumni, National Arts Club, Marquis & Gregg Galleries, New York, NY [Sept 19-Oct 2]
People Make Parks: Public Space for Public Life, The Urban Center, New York, NY [Jun 28 – Sept 25, 1993]
Children in Crisis, Lorence Monk Galley, New York, NY [Jan 12 – Feb 2, 1991]
Urban Icons, Ruth Seigel, Ltd., New York, NY [Sept 12 – Oct 12, 1991]
Artists For Peace and Equality in Honor of World AIDS Day, Triplex Gallery, Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York, NY
Intimations of Immortality: The Sculptures of Chaim Gross and
Mimi Gross, The B'nai B'rith Klutznick Museum, Washington D.C. [Oct 31, 1991 – Jan 12, 1992]
[Unknown Title], The Brotherhood Synagogue, New York, NY [Oct 26 – 30, 1991]
Masks, Dyansen Gallery, New York [May 9 – 19, 1991]
Maske Balosu (Jewish Museum Benefit), Waldorf-Astoria, New York, NY [Mar 5, 1990]
Mixed-Use District, Institute for Contemporary Art, The Clocktower Gallery/P.S.1, New York, NY [Oct 18 – Nov 18, 1990]
An Artist’s Christmas: Holiday Images by American Artists 1880 – 1990, Midtown Payson Galleries, New York, NY [Nov 30 – Dec 29, 1990]
Homage To Walter Chrysler: The Provincetown Years, The Katzen-Brown Gallery, Provincetown, MA [Feb 2 – 25, 1989]
The Texture of Tribeca [Apr 1989], Benefit auction for Tribeca Community Association, New York, NY
Jan Baltzell/Mimi Gross/Ellen Sinclair, Rising Tide Gallery, Provincetown, MA [Aug 13-26 1989]
Sculpture, Katzen-Brown Gallery, New York, NY [Mar 10 – Apr 6, 1988]
Theoretical Ideas for the Hudson Waterfront, Municipal Arts Society, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, NY
The Artful Traveler, BMW Gallery, New York, NY [Jul – Oct 1987]
Let’s Play House Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York, NY [May 7 – 31, 1986]
Short Stories, One Penn Plaza, NY, New York [May 19 – Sept 5, 1986]
International Summer Group Show, Glass Gallery, New York, NY [Jun 12 – Jul 31, 1986]
Harvest, Ruth Seigel, Ltd., New York, NY
The Subway Show, Lehman College, New York, NY
History of the Lower East Side, Henry Street Settlement, New York, NY
Landscapes, Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York, NY
Portraits, P.S.1, Queens, NY
Domesticity, Suellen Haber Gallery, New York, NY [Jan. 1984]
The Ritz Hotel Show, Washington, D.C.
Portraits on a Human Scale, Whitney Museum of Art, Downtown Branch, New York, NY [Feb 17 – Apr 1, 1983]
Painted Light, Queens Museum, Flushing, NY [Apr 9 – Jul 2, 1983]
Sculpture on the Shoreline Sites, Artists Representing Environmental Art, Inc. (AREA), Site-Specific, Ward’s Island, New York [Jun 1983- Apr 1984]
Bodies and Souls, Artists’ Choice Museum, Alex Rosenberg Gallery, New York [Sept 10-24, 1983]   
The Portraits, Semaphore Gallery, New York, NY [Feb 2-28, 1982]
Contemporary American Realism at One Penn Plaza: Painting and Sculpture by Twenty-One Artists, One Penn Plaza, New York, NY [Oct 18, 1982 – Jan 28, 1983]
Painted Light, Artists’ Choice Museum, national traveling show
Candidates for Art Awards, The American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, NY [Mar 10 – Apr 5, 1981]
Combinations, Empire Safe Company, Inc., New York, NY [May 6 – Jun 20, 1981]
Images of Labor, National Museum of American History, Washington, D.C. [Jul 16-Aug 20, 1981]
The Sun Gallery Exhibition, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Provincetown, MA [Jul 24 – Aug 30, 1981]
The Anxious Figure, Semaphore Gallery, New York, NY [Sept 10 – Oct 3, 1981]
The 2 Suitcase Show, Seattle, WA
Celebrations, Bellevue Hospital Center, New York, NY [Dec 4-22, 1981]
The Times Square Show, Times Square, New York, NY [Jun 24 – Jul 4,1980]
Breaking In, Creative Time Inc., Old Slip Police Station, New York, NY
Sculpture in the 70s: The Figure, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY  [Nov 3-25, 1980]
Post Card Size Art, Organization for Independent Artists, PS 1, Queens, NY [Dec 3, 1978-Jan 21, 1979]
American Institute & Academy of Arts & Letters, New York, NY
Customs House, Creative Time, Inc., New York, NY
The Figure, Wave Hill, Bronx, NY
Dissonance and Harmony in Painting, Sculpture and Drawing, Organization of Independent Artists, New York, NY
Art on the Beach, Creative Time, Inc., New York, NY
Outside Independent Artists Shows, through 1981
Cape Cod as an Art Colony, Heritage Plantation of Sandwich, Sandwich, MA
The Great American Rodeo Bicentennial, Fort Worth Art Museum, TX and Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs, CO [Aug 1-29, 1976], and The De Witte Memorial Arts Museum, TX
Private Notations: Artists’ Sketchbooks II, Philadelphia College of Art, PA
Ruckus Manhattan
Immovable Objects, outdoor exhibition in downtown Manhattan, organized by the Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York, NY
Artists Make Toys, Clocktower Institute for Art and Urban Resources, New York, NY [Jan]
American Drawings, 1963 - 1973, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Artists Books, Moore College of Art, Philadelphia, PA
Portrait of Bayonne, Bayonne Jewish Community Center, Bayonne, NJ [Feb – Mar 10]
Whitney Group Drawing Show, Whitney Museum, New York, NY
John Bernard Meyers Gallery, New York, NY
Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, NY
The Alternate Six Show, Jules Brenner Gallery, Provincetown, MA [Aug.]
Mimi and Red Hit the Road, Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, NY [May 10-June 13]
Red Grooms and Mimi Gross, Marlin McCleaf Gallery, Philadelphia, PA [Dec. 23, 1969-Jan. 9, 1970]
Fourth Annual Exhibition and Sale, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME [Oct]
Stupendous Group Show, Vanderlip Gallery, Philadelphia, PA [Nov 24-Dec 31]
Paintings By David Gossoff & Mimi Gross, Area Gallery, New York, NY [Feb]
Introducing: Anne Frank, Helen Avlon, and Mimi Gross, Sun Gallery, Provincetown, MA. [July 8-14]
The Sun Gallery, Provincetown, MA
Provincetown Art Association, Provincetown, MA

Sets and Costumes

Cassations, costumes and set design, Douglas Dunn & Dancers, 92 Street Y / Danspace, St. Mark's Church, New York, NY
Revival of Sky Eye, and new production Cleave, dance costumes, Douglas Dunn & Dancers, St. Mark’s Church, New York, NY, Oct 1-10
Tanks under trees, set and costume design, Douglas Dunn & Dancers, Douglas Dunn Studio, New York, NY
Zorn’s Lemma, set and costume design, Douglas Dunn & Dancers, Harkness Dance Center, NY and Dance Theatre Workshop, New York, NY
Aerobia, set and costume design, Douglas Dunn & Dancers, P.S 122, New York, NY
Cocca Mocca, set design for Douglas Dunn & Dancers, Danspace, St.
Mark’s Church, New York, NY
Spell for the Opening of the Mouth of N, set and costume design for Douglas
Dunn & Dancers, The Kitchen, New York, NY: Lincoln Center Out of
Doors, New York, NY
Earth Studies, Heart of the Palm Festival, costumes, a world premiere opera, Duncan Theater, Palm Beach Community College, FL., Emerson Majestic Theater, Boston, MA
Caracole, sets and costumes, Douglas Dunn & Dancers, New York, NY
Rubble Dance, Film by Rudy Burkhardt/Douglas Dunn & Dancers,
Festival D’Automne, Pompidou Center, Paris, France, 1992
Also performed at Dance Theater Workshop, New York, NY; Berlin, Germany; Poland; and Portland, OR.
Unrest, Douglas Dunn & Dancers, St. Marks Church, New York, NY
Wildwood, Peepstone, Douglas Dunn & Dancers, Douglas Dunn Studio, New York, NY
Sky Eye, Douglas Dunn & Dancers, Dancespace, St. Marks Church, NY, Festival D’Automne, Pompidou Center, Paris, France, Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal, 1990
Parade and Ballet Mecanique, Seibu Seed Theater, Tokyo, Japan
Miyako Kato, Dance Co.
Parade and Ballet Mecanique, Costumes and Sets, International Music Festival, Kyoto, Japan
Matches, Douglas Dunn & Dancers, costumes and set, The Kitchen, NY
The Garden, set, work in progress with Hope Gillerman, White Dog
Studio and the Kitchen, New York, NY
Pulcinella, with Douglas Dunn & Dancers, costumes and set, guest performer Karole Armitage, Joyce Theater, NY, Festival D’Automne, Paris, and toured in France
Elbow Room, Douglas Dunn & Dancers, Joyce Theater, New York, NY
The Secret of the Waterfall, design (with Charles Atlas) for Douglas Dunn & Dancers, Douglas Dunn Studios, NY
Skid, costumes, Douglas Dunn & Dancers, toured for four years, Festival D' Automne, Paris, France, remade in 1992
House of Cards, backdrop and set for Paul Taylor Dance company, City Center, New York, NY, and tour, also in 1988
Foot Rules, Douglas Dunn & Dancers, Cunningham Studio, NY, Akademie der Künste, Berlin, Germany


Opening of New York City Park, Robert Venable Playground, Anatomical Themed playground, East New York, Brooklyn, NY
Arlene Raven Art Group Painting, permanent installation and inaugural event, Dec. 4, 2009, Maryland Institute College of Art
Fiction Magazine, cover illustration, CCNY, New York, NY
Encyclia Vitellina, Mask for Victim’s Services, New York, NY
Benefit for Victim’s Services (poster), New York, NY
Sketch for Ecstasy, installation at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, August - October
Portrait of Success Garden in Harlem, installation, the Parks Council;
Port Authority Bus Terminal, New York, NY
Portrait of Success Garden in Harlem, installation, the Parks Council; The Urban Center Municipal Arts Society, New York, NY
Fiction Magazine, cover illustration, CCNY, New York, NY
Parade, White Street and Church Street, outdoor installation; Clock Tower; Municipal Building, Mixed-Use District, Tribeca, NY; New York Foundation for the Arts, Graphics Doing Art Together, Graphics
Benefit for Big Apple Circus (poster), VanderWoulde Tannenbaum Gallery, New York, NY
A Tribute to Edwin Denby (poster), New York Public Library, New York, NY
Vera List Graphics, Jewish Museum, New York, NY
Ella: The Wave, Wards Island, New York, NY
Big Apple Circus Flat, Main Entrance, Bellevue Hospital, New York, NY
Choice (poster), Planned Parenthood, Semaphore Gallery, New York, NY
Cabaret Room, O’Neal’s Times Square, New York, NY
Independent Publishers (poster), New York Book Fair, New York, NY
Fiction Magazine, cover illustration, CCNY, New York, NY
Breaking In, Old Slip Police Station, Creative Time, New York, NY
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (poster), July 4th Celebration, New York, NY
The New Room, O’Neal's, New York, NY
King Fisher’s Daughter & Friend (Art on the Beach 1), Creative Time, Lower Manhattan Land-fill, New York, NY
Big Apple Circus, New York, NY exterior and interior entrances and decorations, continued through 1981
Hold-Up (Custom and Culture 1), Creative Time, Customs House, New York, NY
The Poetry Project (poster), November Readings at St. Mark’s Church, New York, NY

Selected Books, Journal covers

M-E-A-N-I-N-G Anthology, ed. Susan Bee & Mira Schor, Duke University Press
Rabbinic Fantasies, ed. David Stern & Mark Mirsky, Yale University Press
Wallace Stevens Journal, Fall Issue (cover & illustrations)
Rabbinic Fantasies, Jewish Publication Society
New York/Berlin, magazine of the arts, drawings in black and white, #2
Grand Street Magazine
New York/Berlin, magazine of the arts, drawings in black and white, #1
Village Voice, June
Fiction, illustrations for ancient parables, CCNY, NY
Free to Be, magazine design and production for Ms. Foundation
SoHo News, cover, May
Simckes, Seymour, ill. Gross, Mimi and Joffe, A., The Comatose Kids, New York, Fiction Collective, 1975
Mirsky, Mark, Blue Hill Ave., New York, Bobbs Merrill, 1972
Gross, Mimi and Red Grooms, A Book of Drawings (Florence, 1961), limited edition
Selected Bibliography

Dunn, Douglas, illustrations by Mimi Gross. "Dancer Out of Sight", Ink, Inc.: New York, 2012,
Sky Eye Revival / Cleave : Reviews: New York Times (large photo: Oct 3, 2009 and:  Oct 10, 2009)
Kokoli, Alexandra M. ed., Feminism Reframed, Swartz, Anne, “The Feminist Art Project,” Newcastle, UK, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008, 293-4.
Burton, Johanna and Swartz, Anne ed. "Arlene Raven's Legacy", Critical Matrix: The Princeton Journal of Women, Gender, and Culture: Princeton, NJ. (2008) 
Abbott, Helen and Liebman, Neil ed. "The Flag Project: Contemporary Artists Celebrate the Opening of a New Museum", The Rubin Museum of Art, Conti Tipocolor: Italy (2007) [page 90]
Espo, Steve, “Transforming the Landscape,” Tokion, Jan., No. 56.
Cotter, Holland, “Agents of Change,” Art in Review, New York Times, February 16, 2007, E39.
Pasternak, Anne, Creative Time: 33 Years of Public Art in New York, Princeton, NJ, Princeton Architectural Press, 2007, 18, 59, 260.
Micchelli, Thomas, “The Downtown Show: The New York Art Scene, 1974-1984,” The Brooklyn Rail, February, 2006.
Kirwin, Liza, More Than Words: Illustrated Letters from the Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art, Princeton, NJ, Princeton Architectural Press, 2005, x, 44-46, 188.
Tallack, Douglas, New York Sights: Visualizing Old and New New York, Berg Publishers, Oxford, UK, 2005, 169-170.
Grace Glueck, "Weekend/Art in Review," The New York Times, Sept 13, 2002.
Scott, William B. and Rutkoff, Peter M.  New York Modern: The Arts and the City.  Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD, pgs 372-378.
Roberta Smith, "A Benefit for Lovers of Art and New York," The New York Times, November 1, 2001.
Deborah Jowitt, "Working it Out," The Village Voice, December 4, 2001.
Gia Kourlas, "Work it Out," Time Out New York, November 15-22, 2001.
"Mimi Gross," The New Yorker, Apr 17, 2000, 20.
Ken Johnson, "Mimi Gross: 'Diverse Groundings,'" Art in Review, New York Times, Apr 14, 2000, E42.
William B. Scott & Peter Ruckoff, New York Modern: The Arts and the City, Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press, 372-79.
Gia Kourlas, "Silver is Golden," Time Out New York, December  17, 1998.
Danto, Arthur C., Encounters & Reflections, Los Angeles, University of California Press, 1998, 130.
Allen, Michael, Rodeo Cowboys in the American Imagination, University of Nevada Press, 1998, 119-120.
Muriel Silberstein-Storfer with Mablen Jones, Doing Art Together, New York, Harry N. Abrams, Inc. (also 1982 edition)
William Zimmer, William, "Imagination, Packed Up and Ready to Travel," The New York Times (June 1, 1997): n.p.
New York Times, June 26, 1993, 21.
Review of "Songs of the Senses," Bijutsu Techo (BT), July 1993, 137-38.
Review of "Songs of the Senses," Sankei Newspaper, Tokyo, Japan, Apr 18, 1993, n.p.
June Kunugi, "Songs of the Senses," Asahi Weekly, Tokyo, Japan, Apr 18, 1993, 5.
Ori Z. Soltes, "A Legacy of Art: The Work of Chaim and Mimi Gross," The Jewish Monthly, January 1992, 30-34.
"Color us Crazy," Village Voice, January 1, 1991, n.p.
Wheeler, Daniel, Art Since Mid-Century: 1945 to the Present, New York, Vendome Press, 1991, 176.
New York Times, December.
Dreishpoon, Douglas and Friedman, Martin, Sculpture Inside Outside, New York, Rizzoli, 1989, 20-21.
Jennifer Dunning, "Painterly Evocations in Dunn Pieces," New York Times, December 17, 1989.
Deborah Jowitt, "The Rules of the Tribe," The Village Voice, December 19, 1989, 107.
Cindy Nickerson, "Mimi Gross on her Own," Cape Cod Times, August 20, 1988, 29.
Provincetown Arts, Annual (conversation with Helen Wilson and Mimi Gross), 118-21; 172; 182.
Francine A. Koslow, "Mimi Gross at David Brown Gallery," Artforum, November 1988, 149.
Deborah Jowitt, "High Flyers," The Village Voice, May 19, 1988, 155.
New York Magazine, Aug 3, 1987.
Rosenbaum, Maj-Britt, “Housewives- Caught in a Riptide of Cultural Change,” Physician & Patient, Jan. 1984, 52.
Larry Lundy, "Mimi Gross," New Art Examiner, May 1984, 3.
"World Now Special: The Paul Taylor Dance Company, So-en, August 1984, 58.
Silberstein-Storfer, Muriel and Jones, Mablen, Art Together, New York, Simon and Schuster, 1982, 42.
John Arthur Shanks, "Portraits," Arts Magazine, Apr 1982, 6.
Anne Ominous [Lucy Lippard], "Sex and Death and Shock and Schlock: A Long Review of The Times Square Show," Artforum, October 1982, 50-55.
Jeffrey Deitch, "Report from Times Square," Art in America, September 1980, 62.
Portfolio, v.3, 59.
Janet Kutner, "Marcel Duchamp Meets Hank Williams in Heaven: Fort Worth's Great American Rodeo Exhibition," Currant, May-July 1976, 26-37.

Collaborations (with Red Grooms):

Ruckus Manhattan, multi-media environment sculpture
Originally 88 Pine Street NYC; Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY;
Seibu Museum, Tokyo, Japan; Burlington Mills, 54th Street
& 6th Ave., New York, NY; Whitney Museum, New York, NY; Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn NY; Grand Central Station, NY; Burlington House, NY; partially traveled with retrospective of Grooms’ work; traveled in Japan
Partial collection from original installation:  Brooklyn Museum, NY.
Colorado Children’s Museum, Denver, CO; Allen Memorial Art
Museum, Oberlin, OH; Onash Collection, Potsdam, Berlin, Germany;
Nagoya City Museum, Nagoya, Japan
Astronauts on the Moon, multi-media environment portrait sculpture
Originally exhibited at the Guggenheim Museum, NY; Rutgers
University Art Museum, NJ; Huntington Hartford Museum, NY; 
Museo d’Arte Contemporeneo, Caracas, Venezuela.
Collection:  Harry Abrams Family Collection
Discount Store (aka Store, Target Discount Store), multi-media environment sculpture
Originally exhibited at Dayton’s Department Store, Minneapolis, MN; John Bernard Myers Gallery, NY;  73rd Street and Madison Ave, Store, with Tibor de Nagy Gallery, NY;  Mass. Ave. Store, Cambridge, MA (Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, organizer); Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami; SUNY Purchase, NY
Collection: Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

1967 - 68   
City of Chicago, multi-media environment sculpture installation
Originally exhibited at Alan Frumkin Gallery, Chicago, IL; Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy; National Picture Collection, Smithsonian Museum, Washington, D.C.; Sheldon Museum, Lincoln, Nebraska; Chicago Public Library; Museo d’Arte Contemporaneo, Caracas, Venezuela;  Huntington Hartford Museum, NY;  Rutgers         University Museum, NJ;  Philadelphia Academy of Art, PA;  Colorado Museum of Art, Denver, CO;  Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA; Cheekwood Museum, TN; Whitney Museum of Art, NY Collection: Chicago Art Institute, IL

Films (collaborations with Red Grooms)

The Making of “Ruckus Manhattan”
Hippodrome Hardware (also a series of performances,)
The Conquest of Libya by Italia
Hippodrome Hardware
The Making of “Target Discount Store”
The Berkeley Eruption, University of California, Berkeley (With George Kuchar, students and teachers at U.C. Berkeley)   
Tappy Toes
The Encyclopedia of the Blessed (George Kuchar)
Fat Feet
The Secret of Wendell Sampson (Mike Kuchar)
Ruckus Shorts
Shoot the Moon
The Unwelcome Guests

Film Exhibitions

2004   Mimi Gross: Raising a Ruckus, Jacob Burns Film Center, Pleasantville, NY [Dec 16]
1979    Shoot the Moon and Fat Feet, 80 Langton St., San Francisco, CA [Oct]
1978    Ruckus Manhattan and Fat Feet, Film Forum, New York, NY [Jan]
1973    Hippodrome Hardware, Film Forum, New York, NY [Feb 23-25]
1972    Shoot the Moon, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY [Apr 12-19]
1967    Annecy Animation Festival, Annecy, France.  Citation awarded for Fat Feet.

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New York State Council on the Arts/Visual Arts Grant
Bessie Award/Sets and Costumes
National Endowment for Arts/Visual Arts
New York Foundation for the Arts/Painting
American Academy & Institute of Arts & Letters, Grant for Painting
National Endowment for the Arts, with Big Apple Circus, NYC, grant for interior and exterior tent entrances decor
Municipal Arts Society, for Ruckus Manhattan

Selected list, Teaching

McMillan/Stewart Endowed Chair in Painting at the Maryland College of Art
New York Studio School, NYC, lecture
S.U.N.Y Purchase, Purchase, NY, Visiting Artist, Spring
Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC
New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA
Rhode Island School of Design, Workshops, Providence, RI
Art Institute of Chicago, Department of Painting, Chicago, IL
Syracuse University, Department of Painting, Syracuse, NY

Selected Public Collections

Art Institute of Chicago, IL
Bellevue Hospital, Children’s Corridor, New York, NY
Brooklyn Museum, New York, NY
Fukuoko Bank, Fukuoko, Japan
Hirshhorn Museum of Painting and Sculpture, Washington, D.C.
Jewish Museum, New York, NY
Lannan Foundation, Fort Worth, FL
Maryland Institute of College of Art, Baltimore, MD
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Musee des Artes Decoratifs, Costume and Fashion Collection, Paris, France
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA
Nagoya Museum of Art, Nagoya, Japan
New York Public Library Collections, New York, NY
Onasch Collection, Berlin, Germany
Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Provincetown, MA
Zimmerli Art Museum’s Rutgers Archives for Printmaking Studios, Rutgers  University, New Brunswick, NJ