Recent projects & Exhibitions:

                             

                            2016: group exhibition: Coney Island Is Still Dreamland

                                       Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NYC, NY

                             2016: group exhibition, the book Undone: Thirty Years of Granary Books,

                                        Kempner Gallery, Columbia University Rare Book & Manuscript

                                        Library, NYC, NY

                             2016group exhibition, After Old Masters, Brattleboro Museum of Art,

                                         Brattleboro, Vermont

                             2016/17: commission for 170 ft mural, ER Corridor, University of Kentucky,

                                            Medical School, Lexington, Kentucky

                             2017: Artist’s Project, Art Journal, College Art Association, NYC, spring

                             2016/17: “Antipodes”, costumes and set for Douglas Dunn & Dancers

                                              St. Mark’s Church, Danspace, NYC, NY

                              2017: group exhibition, Inventing Downtown, Gray Gallery, NYU, NYC, NY

                              2017: group exhibition, Derek Eller Gallery, NYC, NY

 

Solo Exhibitions (partial list):

              2017:  At the Beach, Shrine, NYC, NY

              2016:  AMP, Provincetown, MA

              2015:  AMP, Provincetown, MA

              2009: Where It All Began-On the Bowery, Big Apple Circus Anniversary,

                         The Battery, NYC, NY

              2002: Charm of the Many, Salander-O'Reilly Galleries, NYC, NY

                         Catalogue, with an introduction by Dominique Fourcade, and an

                         Essay by Charles Bernstein.

              2000: Diverse Groundings Salander-O’Reilly Galleries, NYC, NY

                          Including CD ROM The Baby Book, with drawings and water colors

              1997:  Diaphanous Leap (continued) Salander-O’Reilly Galleries, NYC, NY

              1996: Sketch for Ecstasy, Provincetown Art Association & Museum,

                        Sketches and Drawings for  "Earth Studies" Palm Beach Museum 0f Art,                  

                         Lake Worth, Florida

              1994: Success Garden Port Authority Bus Terminal, New York

                       Municipal Art Society, NYC, NY

 

Selected Group Exhibitions: (see above for recent group exhibitions):

              2012/13: To be a Lady, 1285 Ave of the Americas, NYC, NY

              2012: Times Square Show/Revisited, Hunter College Art Galleries, NYC, NY

                        Putting It Together, David Finley Jr. Gallery, NYC

               2011: Loft in the Red Zone, Historic House of JP Morgan, Wall St., NYC, NY

               2007:  The Flag Project, opening of Rubin Museum, NYC, NY

               2006/07: 50 Years of Art, Architecture, Photography, Film &Video ,

                          Grimaldi Forum, Espace Ravel, Monaco

                        From the Art of New York, World Financial Center Winter Garden, NYC,NY

                        Art Auction and Mardi Gras Gala to Benefit the Gulf Coast

                        Wish You Were Here 5, A.I.R. Gallery, NYC,NY

                2006/07:  The Downtown Show: The New York Art Scene, 1974-84,

                                 Grey Art Gallery , NYU, NYC, NY;  The Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA.;

                                 Austin Museum of Art, Austin, Tex

                                 Through Our Eyes: Belfast/New York, The Painting Center, NYC, NY ;

                                  Metro Center, Belfast, Ireland

                                  Benefit Auction Program, New York Studio School, NYC, NY

                 2005:  Terrain Gallery 50th Anniversary Exhibition!, Terrain Gallery, NYC, NY

                            The   Dreamland Artists Club 2005, CreativeTime, Brooklyn, NYC, NY

                            Too Much Bliss: Twenty Years of Granary Books,

                                 Smith College Museum of Art, North Hampton, MA

                 2004:  Wish You Were Here 3 A.I.R. Gallery New York, NYC, NY

                            Small Works Exhibit], Salander-O’Reilly Galleries/

                              The Arts Students League of New York, NYC, NY

                            New Etchings and Monoprints, VanDeb Editions, NYC, NY

                 2003:   New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture, NYC, NY

                             Artists of the Sun Gallery, Provincetown Art Association and Museum,

                             Provincetown, Ma.

                             Winter Auction 2003, d.u.m.b.o. arts center, Brooklyn, NYC,NY

                 2002:   Generations 1997 – 200 – 2002, A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, NYC,NY

                             Etchings and Monoprints 1999-2002, The Space, NYC,NY

                             The 177th Annual: An Invitational Exhibition, National Academy of Design, NYC,NY

                             Wish You Were Here!, A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, NYC,NY

                 2001:   New Prints 2001-Winter, International Print Center, New York, NY

                             Generations, A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, NYC,NY

                 2000    Generations, A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, NYC,NY

                             Displacement: Art + Suitcase, Will Travel, Gertrude Stein Gallery, NYC, NY           

                             The Figure: Another Side of Modernism, The Newhouse Center for

                             Contemporary Art, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY

                             Etchings and Monoprints, VanDeb Publishers, NYC, NY     

                             Remembering Rudy, Tibor de Nagy Gallery, NYC, NY

                            Alumni Art Show & Sale, The LaGuardia Gallery, NYC, NY

               1999:    Raising Miriam’s Cup, Jewish Community Center, Baltimore, MD

                            Art + Suitcase (Will Travel), DNA Gallery, Provincetown, MA

                           Women/Beyond Borders, ongoing exhibition traveling around world

               1998:   List Graphic Publications, The Jewish Museum, NYC, NY

                           Fifty Years of Women at Bard 1948 - 1998, Bard College, Annandale on Hudson, NY

                           Art + Suitcase Will Travel, A Conductors Hallway Presentation, London

                           Children in Crisis, Benefit, traveling in select German Museums

                           Dance Depictions, The Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY 

                           Holiday Invitational, Broome Street Gallery, New York, NY

               1997:  Art + Suitcase Will Travel, Shoe-String Gallery, Jersey City, NJ ;Provincetown, MA;

                           Detroit, MI

                          A.I.R. Generations 25th Anniversary, A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, NYC, NY

                          The Newton – Provincetown Connection: The David Brown Gallery Revisited, Newton

                          Museum of Art, Newton, MA

                          Dance Depictions, installation at Neuberger Museum, S.U.N.Y. Purchase, NY

                          [Title in Japanese], Gallery TE, Tokyo, Japan

           1996:  Invitational/Winners of Grants For Visual Arts, Delaware Arts Center Gallery, 

                     Narrowsburg, NY

                     Women in the Visual Arts, Hollins College Art Gallery, Roanoke, VA

                     Town & Country: In Pursuit of Life’s Pleasures, Nassau County Museum of Art,

                     Roslyn Harbor,NY

                     Instant Visions, NY Women’s Foundation, Streets of Soho, NYC,NY

           1995  Face to Face, Artists’ on Artists, Gallery Swan, NYC,NY

                     Gardens of the World, C.W. Post College, New York

                     Group Show, Gallerie Te, Tokyo, Japan

                    Voices of Conscience: Then and Now, ACA Galleries, NYC,NY

                     Painting in Poetry, Poetry in Painting: Wallace Stevens & Modern Art,

           

Selected  Commissions /Installations (see above)

            2010: the Robert Venable Park, NYC Parks Dpt. Brooklyn, NY

            2000:  Fiction Magazine, cover illustration, CCNY, NYC, NY

                      Encyclia Vitellina, Mask for Victim’s Services,

                      Benefit for Victim’s Services (poster), NYC, NY

            1996:  Sketch for Ecstasy, installation at the Provincetown Art Association & Museum,

                       Provincetown, MA

 

Selected Books, Journal covers:

              2014:  Aubaderrying, poetry by Anne Waldman, drawings by Mimi Gross

                         Erudite Fangs Editions,  USA

              2012:  Dancer Out of Sight, collected writings by Douglas Dunn

                         drawings by Mimi Gross,  Inkink Press, NYC,NY

              2005:  More Than Words, illustrated letters from Archives of American Art,

                          Princeton Architectural Press, Princeton, NJ

                          Some of These Daze by Charles Bernstein, drawings by Mimi Gross

                         Granary Books, NYC, NY

             2000: M-E-A-N-I-N-G Anthology, ed. Susan Bee & Mira Schor, Duke University Press

             1998: Rabbinic Fantasies, ed. David Stern & Mark Mirsky, Yale University Press

             1996: Wallace Stevens Journal, Fall (cover & illustrations)

 

Teaching:

        2010/11: McMillan/Stewart Endowed Chair. Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD

        2016:  Visiting workshop, Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY

            also :  Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.

                       Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

                       New York School of Painting & Sculpture, NYC,NY

                       SUNY Purchase, Purchase, NY

                       Penland School of Crafts, Penland, North Carolina

                       Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY

 

 Costumes & Set Design:

         1980:  House of Cards, Paul Taylor Dance Co., NYC, NY/set travelled

         1978 – Present: costumes & sets for over 25 dances choreographed by Douglas Dunn

 

Fellowships:

         1995:  New York State Council on the Arts/ Visual Arts Grant

         1991:   Bessie Award/ Sets and Costumes

         1985:   National Endowment for Arts/ Visual Arts

                     New York Foundation for the Arts/Painting

         1981:    American Academy & Institute of Arts & Letters/ for painting.

         1977:    National Endowment for the Arts, for interior & exterior tent entrance décor

                      opening of Big Apple Circus, NYC,NY

         1976:    Municipal Arts Society, for Ruckus Manhattan, NYC, NY

 

Selected Bibliography:

        2017/2018:  Brett Sokol, “Downtown on the Beach,” Provincetown Arts, Annual

        2017:   “Inventing Downtown,” Grey Gazette, Grey Art Gallery, NYU, Winter

                    Holland Cotter, “When Artists Ran the Show,” New York Times, Jan. 13

                    Jack Anderson, “Just Tangling up Moves and Music,” New York Times, Jan. 29

                    Dan Nadel, “Critical Eye: Mimi Gross in Her World,” Art in America, February

                    Mimi Gross, “Puzzling the Legacy,” Art Journal, Spring

         2016:  Mimi Gross, “Drawings From Markets in (New) Delhi,” Brooklyn Rail, April

         2015/16: Christopher Busa, “Mimi Gross: Rapt Rapport, Sincere Observation and Family Tradition,”

                        Provincetown Arts, Annual

         2013:  Liza Kirwin, “Italy ’61,” Archives of American Art Journal, Fall

         2002:   Grace Glueck, "Weekend/Art in Review," New York Times, September 13,

         2001:   Roberta Smith, "A Benefit for Lovers of Art & New York," New York Times, November 1

                     Gia Kourlas, "Work it Out," Time Out New York, November 15-22

                     Deborah Jowitt, "Working it Out," The Village Voice, December 4

         2000:  "Mimi Gross," The New Yorker, April 17

                     Ken Johnson, “Mimi Gross: Diverse Groundings, Art in Review,” New York Times, April 14

         1999:  William B. Scott & Peter Ruckoff, New York Modern: The Arts and the City,

                    Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press, 372-79.

         1998   Gia Kourlas, "Silver is Golden," Time Out New York, December  17

         1997:  Muriel Silberstein-Storfer with Mablen Jones, Doing Art Together,

                    New York, Harry N. Abrams, Inc. (also 1982 edition)

                    William Zimmer, Imagination, Packed Up and Ready to Travel,

                    New York Times, June 1

 

           

Installation collaborations (with Red Grooms): 1960-1976

         1967-68  City of Chicago;

         1971-72  Astronauts on the Moon;

         1970-71  Discount Store;

         1975-76  Ruckus Manhattan

 

 

Films (collaborations with Red Grooms)

         1975-76:  The Making of “Ruckus Manhattan”

         1972-73:  Hippodrome Hardware (also a series of performances,)

         1971:  The Conquest of Libya by Italia

         1970 : The Making of “Target Discount Store”

         1969:   The Berkeley Eruption, University of California, Berkeley

                    (with George Kuchar, & students & teachers at U.C. Berkeley)

         1969-70 : Tappy Toes (Chicago installation)

         1966:     Fat Feet  (with Yvonne Andersen Falcone)

         1963-64:  Ruckus Shorts

         1962:   Shoot the Moon  (with Rudy Burckhardt)

         1961:   The Unwelcome Guests

 

 

Selected Public Collections

        Art Institute of Chicago, IL

        Bellevue Hospital, Children’s Corridor, NYC, NY

        Brooklyn Museum, NYC,NY

        Denver Childrens’ Museum, Denver, Col.

        Fukuoko Bank, Fukuoko, Japan

        Houston Museum of Art, Houston, Texas

        Hirshhorn Museum of Painting and Sculpture, Washington, D.C.

        Jewish Museum, NYC,NY

        Lannon Foundation, FL

       Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC,NY

       Musee des Artes Decoratifs, Costume and Fashion Collection, Paris France

       Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

       Nagoya Museum of Art, Nagoya, Japan

       Onasch Collection, Pottsdam, Berlin