(selected; *solo shows marked by asterisk, ** two people shows)
PCA Faculty Show, Gallery of the College of Staten Island, CSI/CUNY, Staten Island, NY
“40 Artists/40Years” - “40 Artists/40Years - Selection of the Light Work Collection, Palitz Gallery, NYC
“An Experiment in Col “An Experiment in Collectivity”, University Galleries, Illinois State University, Normal, IL
2011 Jack Heath Gallery*, Center for the Visual Arts, University of Kwazulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa “Voyeur: See and Be Seen”, Brooklyn Artist Gym, Brooklyn, NY “550km – Die Druschba Trasse, the Friendship pipeline”, Gallery of the College of Staten Island*, csi/cuny, Staten Island, NY
International Photography Festival in Pingyao, China
Bridge Art Fair, Miami, FL Olin Hall Gallery*, Roanoke College, Salem, VA
Delevan Art Gallery, Syracuse, NY
Romo Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Aqua Art Fair, Miami, FL (represented by Romo Gallery)
The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Kathleen Cullen Fine Art, New York, NY
Lennox Contemporary, Toronto, Canada
“Up & Now”, Photographic Center Northwest, Seattle, WA
Bridge Art Fair, Chicago, IL (represented by Romo Gallery)
Art Shanty Project, Lake Medicine, MN organized by the Soap Factory, Minneapolis, MN
Faculty Exhibition, CSI Gallery, College of Staten Island, NY
Peace Museum, Chicago, IL
Light Work*, Syracuse, NY (with catalogue)
Kakelhallen*, Marienhamn, Aland, Finland (with catalogue)
D21, Kunstraum, Leipzig, Germany
"Comment?", Kingsgate Gallery, London, England
"Descsubrimientos PHE", PhotoEspaña, Madrid, Spain
Rhubarb Rhubarb Festival, Birmingham, England (screening)
“One year later”, Romo Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Affair art fair, Portland, OR (represented by Romo Gallery)
Minnesota Center of Photography**, Minneapolis, MN (catalog)
Siler Eye Center for Photography**, Pittsburgh, PA
Romo Gallery*, Atlanta, GA
“Faculty Exhibition”, Olin Hall Galleries, Roanoke College, Salem, VA
Charles Darwin University Gallery*, Darwin, Australia
Bleibtreugalerie, Berlin, Germany
The Photographers’ Gallery, London, England
Profounders gallery*, Kabelfactory, Helsinki, Finland
Photospace*, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
Kunsthaus, Vasa, Finland
Creative Photographic Center, Byron Bay, Australia
Caritas-Galerie-Berlin*, Berlin, Germany
Rhubarb Rhubarb Festival, Birmingham, England
B. Brecht Haus*, Berlin, Germany
Foto Bild Berlin-Fair of contemporary photography, Berlin, Germany
Joy of Change*, Installation with 394 tulip bulbs in the sculpture park Europos Parkas, Vilnius, Lithuania
Chakravyuham*, installation with 3000 mineral water bottles and 3 photographs in a abandoned water tower, Trivandrum, Kerala, India
Wildwood: A Potluck Exhibit*, Smoyer Galleries, Roanoke College, Salem, VA
“Brush Strokes”, South Shore Cultural Center, Chicago, IL
“Bamboo”, Mail Art Project, Gallery Terra, Kyoto, Japan(catalog)
“Post – Mark Millennium”, Montpelier Cultural Center, Laurel, MD
“Social Documentary in Rural Illinois”, Artstour 1999-2003, Illinois Arts Council, Chicago, IL
“Millions”, Lula Café, Chicago, IL
Elmhurst Art Museum, Elmhurst, IL
McLean Arts Center, Bloomington, IL
Phoenix Gallery, Bloomington, IL
Art Galleries, Illinois State University, Normal, IL
“Annual Student Exhibition”, juror: Susanne Getz, curator of the Renaissance Society in Chicago, Art Galleries, Illinois State University, Normal, IL
Commissioned installation by the orthodontic department of the Gutenberg University Mainz for the 77th European Congress of the Orthodontic Society, Mainz, Germany
“Cowboy Church”, Conference of the American Academy of Religion, Nashville, TN; (1999), documentary about a church in Farmer City, Illinois, Color/ 50 min./Videography and editing
“Cowboy Church”, Normal Theater, Normal, IL (with panel discussion)
“Coming Home, Cache Valley”, Conference of the Humanity Council Illinois, Decatur, IL; (1998), documentary about assisted living in Southern Illinois, Color/45 min./Videography and editing
“Red Dress”, New School Film Festival, New School for Social Research, NYC
(1995), documentary about the political left in New York City in cooperation with the New School for Social Research, NYC, Color / 25 min./Manuscript, videography and editing
ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE & ARTIST TALKS (selected)
2013 Bahçeşehir University, Artist-in-Residence, Istanbul, Turkey (May) Kriti Gallery, Artist-in-Residence, Varanasi, India (Jan-March 2013)
International Center of Photography, NYC (invited for final critiques)
2011 The Pictorial Photographers of America (PPA), NYC (lecture) Northeastern University, Department of Art + Design, Interventions Lecture Series, Boston, MA (lecture and workshop) Center for Visual Art, University of Kwazulu-Natal, Pietermaritzburg Campus, South Africa (Artist-in Residence)
Illinois State University, The Visual Culture Colloquium, Normal, IL (lecture) Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX (lecture) Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, NYC (lecture)
Australian National University, Artist-in-Residence, Canberra, Australia
Fort Hays University, Artist-in-Residence, Hays, KS
Swedish Polytechnic, (Art Academy), Artist-in-Residence, Nykarleby, Finland
Indian-German Intercultural Seminar, in cooperation with Daimler Chrysler AG, India Embassy Berlin, Germany (lecture)
Chitraniketan Residency, Artist-in-Residence, Trivandrum, Kerala, India
Europos Parkas, Artist-in-Residence, Vilnius, Lithuania
BIBLIOGRAPHY and PUBLICATIONS (selected)
CD images and design for “Caught in Time” by David Keberle, innova recordings, St Paul, MN, April, 2012. Kennedy, Laura. “Artists bypass curators to create new exhibition”. WGLT/npr, March 14, 2012. Sinkins, Estelle. “A Landscape’s social imprints”. The Witness, August 25, 2011, 12. Fressola, Michael. “Every picture hides a Story”. Staten Island Advance, April 10, 2011, arts section, C1 & C3. Light and Shade, Special Anniversary issue, Vol.95, Number 1, January 2011, 1. Erekson, Kristina. “New Stoneham Theatre exhibit offers a glimpse into Membership Clubs”. Stoneham Sun, Stoneham, MA, September 24, 2010, culture pages. Armbruster, Jessica. “The $99 Sale”, City Pages, Minneapolis, Wednesday, September 15, 2010.www.photodonuts.com, May 24, 2010.
Meyers, William. “Houston is Hopping Thanks to FotoFest – Beatrix Reinhardt: Members Only - America”, The Wall Street Journal, Saturday/Sunday, April 10-11, 2010, W14.
Arthound.com. “FotoFest 2010 – 3 exhibitions at HCP”. Artshound, Spring 2010.
Yale, Madeline. “ Beatrix Reinhardt: American Clubs”. FotoFest 2010 – Participating Spaces, Discoveries of the Meeting Place, Schilt Publishing, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2010, 60-61.
Spot magazine, Houston, Spring 2010, Volume 28, No. 1, 5.
Trindade, Gabriel. “Mercentage i ‘voyeurisme’ artistic a casa”. El Mundo, Barcelona, July 9, 2009, 5.
Spot magazine, Houston, Fall 2009, Volume XXVI, No. 2, 4.
Nishimura, Daisuke. “homesession – Barcelona, Spain”. We Love Artists – Artists in Residencies around the World, Tokyo, Japan, 2009, 242-3.
Tam, Jane. “A conversation with Beatrix Reinhardt”, Nymphoto – A Collective of Women Photographers”, www. Nymphoto.com, August 13, 2009.
GalleryPrint, Hudson, WI, online solo-exhibition/www.galleryprint.com, October 2010. PhotoEye Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, Photographer’s Showcase, featured artist, September 23, 2009.
Adams, Andy. “Flak Photo Features”. Flakphoto.com, July 1, 2009.
Myartspace.com, featured artist on front-page media window and interview, November 2008.
Zollner, Manfred. “Das besondere Portfolio: club zone”, photoMagazine, Hamburg, Nr. 9, September 2008, 140-145.
Platt, Tevah. “Photographs will show a story”, Staten Island Advance, Staten Island, July 10, 2008, E5.
Zollner, Manfred. “Auf der Suche nach den Stars von morgen”, fotoMagazin, Hamburg, Nr. 6, June 2008, 20-23.
Myartspace.com, work featured on front page media window, May 2008.
Stone Canoe - A Journal of Arts and Ideas from Upstate New York, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, spring 2008, Number 2, 178-9.
The Photo Review, Langhorne, PA, 2008, Volume 28, Number 2, 17.
Leslie, Richard. The Light Work Annual 2007, Contact Sheet, Number 142, 46-51.
Feaster, Felicia. “Visual Art: Selects”, Creative Loafing, Atlanta, February 7, 2008.
Guay, Abigail. “Portraiture for People Who Like Places”, The Stranger, August 15, 2007, art section.
Flash Forward 2007, Magenta Foundation, Toronto, 2007, 164-65. (with essay by Susan Bright)
Landsberger, Joe. “She builds icehouses; she takes pictures”, Slovo, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Vol. 30, no. 1, February 2007, 5.
Tan, Mary. “Art Shanties mix sportsmanship with culture”, CBS/news,January 17, 2006 (TV interview).
Rosko, MA. “Fishing Huts go artsy”, my Fox 9/news, January 18, 2006.
Mellor, Carl. “Area galleries showcased many memorable exhibitions in 2006”, Syracuse New Times, December 27, 2006, art section.
Kronholm, Jan. “ Rum för människor”. Nya Åland, December 11, 2006. (review)
Mattsson-Eklund, Betina, “Beatrix hittar poesi där den minst anas”. Åland, December 11, 2006. (review)
Andrews, Brian, “Europe, Portland, Miami”. Bad at Sport, Episode 64, November 19, 2006 (review)
CONTACT SHEET, Nr. 138 with a essay by Hannah Frieser.
Hour CNY, WCNY, September 19, 2006 (TV interview)
Rushworth, Katherine. “Not Just for 'Members Only'”. The Post-Standard, Syracuse, September 3, 2006.
Myers, Wayne. “'Members Only': Beatrix Reinhardt looks at the world of private clubs”, The Oneida Daily Dispatch, Oneida, September 1, 2006.
Keefe Rhodes, Nancy. Radio interview about the Club series, Women's Voices Radio WAER Jazz 88, Syracuse, NY, August 31, 2006.
Cullum, Jerry, “ Artist invites viewer to join the club” (review), The Atlanta Journal Constitution, October 2, 2005 (arts section).
Feaster, Felicia, “Global imaging – Atlanta celebrates photography broadens its scope” (top 10 picks of best in show/ACP), www.cln.com, September 28, 2005.
Marrano, Gene, radio interview, Studio Virginia, WVTF National Public Radio, November 25 & 28, 2004
Grefe, Christiane, “Zwischen alten Stühlen”, Die Zeit, Nr. 11, March 4, 2004. pp. 64-65.
Yli-Lassila, Jukka, “Yesterday-today-tomorrow”, Helsingin Sonomat, (art section) November 18, 2003, C3 (review)
Portfolio of India Series in Prefix Photo/Canada, Issue 7, Vol. 4, No. 1, April 2003, pp.58 –61.
Stehling, Henson, “Tradition und Veraenderung”, Katholische SonntagsZeitung, Nr. 33, August 16./17, 2003, 6.
Rose, Raphaella, radio interview about the in Australia created work and the workshop, “Art-liciouse”, Bay Fm 99.9, Byron Bay, June 27, 2003.
Rosenback, Lisbeth, “Fem konstnärer som gästat Nykarleby“, Vasbladet, Nr. 92, April 17, 2003 (review/Finland)
Marrano, Gene, “City People”, City Magazine – Southwest Virginia’s Premier Arts & Leisure Guide, November 2002, 33.
Parks, Erin, “Artist shares life experience”, The University Leader, March 12, 2002, Vol. 97, No. 14, 1.
C S Salil, Interview and article about recent work in India and related problems, Malayala Manorama, June 30, 2001, 1.
City Magazine – Southwest Virginia’s Premier Arts & Leisure Guide, exhibition announcement with article, Vol. 1, January, 2001, 20.
FELLOWSHIPS, AWARDS AND GRANTS
Scholar Incentive Award, College of Staten Island/CUNY, Staten Island, NY
PSC – CUNY Research Grant, CUNY Research Foundation, NYC
2011 PSC – CUNY Research Grant, CUNY Research Foundation, NYC
(panelists: Elisabeth Sussman, senior Curator of the Whitney Museum, Janet Bishop, Senior Curator of Painting and Sculpture at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, JoAnne Northrop, senior curator of the San Jose Museum of Art, and Michael Workman, Founder of the Bridge Art Fair)
PSC – CUNY Research Grant, CUNY Research Foundation, NY
HotShoe International – The Next Perspective, London, UK, runner-up
RW Club International Photography competition – Edition 2008, Geneve,Switzerland, finalist
“Cataloguing Attitudes: Contemporary Photography and the Archive”, curated with Siona Wilson, College of Staten Island, Staten Island, NY
Mail Art Project: Island, College of Staten Island/CUNY, Staten Island, NY
Curated solo-exhibitions of works by Stephen Williams (England), Sian Bonnell (England), Koo Kyung Sook (Korea), Alexandre Sune (France), Olin Hall Galleries, Roanoke College, Salem, VA
“Passion and Wheels”, group exhibition with works by Jamie Lyn Mittchell, Taliah Lempert, Emily Hoelle Lampert, Kurt Godwin, John Faherty, Martyn van Berkum (Holland), Todd Elliott, Carlos Furguson, Brain Lauch, Julia Morrisroe and Philip Waren Rob, Olin Hall Galleries,Roanoke College, Salem, VA
Curated solo-exhibitions of works by Celeste A. Nelms, Rhondal McKinney and Michael Kalmbach (Germany), Miriam Aziza Stephan, Nicole Antebi, Sa Schloff and Peter Waite, Olin Hall Galleries, Roanoke College, Salem, VA
“Contemporary Finish Art”, group exhibition with works by Petra Innanen, Martti Jämsä, Kalle Turakka Purhonen, Raita Virkkunen and Marko Vuokula, Olin Hall Galleries, Roanoke College, Salem, VA
“Water”, group exhibition with works by Anne Leigniel (France/England), Peter Morgan, Marcia Lochhead (Australia), smelling salt amusement (Germany) and Scott Rankin, Olin Hall Galleries, Roanoke College, Salem, VA
“Rosetta Stone”, group exhibition with works by Meg Flynn, Genesis Chapman and Beth Deel, Olin Hall Galleries, Roanoke College, Salem, VA
Curated solo-exhibitions of works by Martyn Jolly (Australia), Diane Barcelo, Michael Hoyt, Andrea Hoelscher, Geoffrey E. Aronson and Emily Louise Keown, Olin Hall Galleries, Roanoke College, Salem, VA
“her”, group exhibition with works by Dawn Hunter, Judi Krew, Julie Gawne and Laara Cassells, Olin Hall Galleries, Roanoke College, Salem, VA
Curated solo-exhibitions of works by Mary Ellen Croteau, Karen Baldner, Kevin Jones, Alexis Rockman, Armin Mühsam, Kiriko Shirobayashi (Japan), David Lowe and Miika Nyyssönen (Finland), Olin Hall Galleries, Roanoke College, Salem, VA
Curated solo-exhibitions of works by Nikki Blair, Jean Humke, Amy Schmierbach, Elizabeth Tyson and Therese O’Halloran, Olin Hall Galleries, Roanoke College, Salem, VA