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Melissa Meyer

1946 United States

4 Works exhibited

Current location

New York City

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  • Awards

Melissa Meyer is an American abstract painter and printmaker. Her energetic, colorful compositions express emotion and the transitory essence of reality.
She lives and works in New York City.


Education

Meyer studied art at New York University, receiving her BS in 1968 and her MA in 1975. She has received multiple grants and awards, including the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant and the NEA Grant in Painting. She is a frequent visiting artist at Yaddo and the Vermont Studio Center. She has taught at RISD and the Art Institute of Chicago, and since 1993 at The School of Visual Arts in New York.


Technique

Melissa Meyer has created a diverse oeuvre that includes oil paintings, drawings, watercolors, prints and large-scale public commissions. Her work is strongly influenced by color and line. Her brushstrokes and patterns possess a glyph-like quality, conveying a vibrant and deeply personal aesthetic language. Often when working she looks at her images in a mirror to get a backwards perspective on them. She also sometimes uses a reducing glass, a device that gives her the impression that she is farther away from the image than she is so she can read the image from afar. Meyer is skilled in a range of different printing techniques, including lithography, etching, monotype, silkscreen, and spit bite aquatint. To create her unique monotypes she paints on acetate sheets with watercolors, running the sheets through a press, often transferring multiple layers onto paper to complete the final image.


Inspiration

The work Meyer makes begins and ends with looking. Her inspiration could be spurred by seeing a color or a mark or a gesture, sometimes in a dream, sometimes in another one of her works. She jokes that she has been criticized because all of her favorite artists are dead. She is associated with the third generation of Abstract Expressionists. She works instinctively, and follows her personal intuition in the studio. In addition to her aesthetic influences Meyer is also inspired by dance (especially Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse in The Bandwagon), architectural forms, letterforms and handwriting, classic jazz and classic blues, film noir, and a multitude of specific characters, songs and places, which often find their way into her titles and concepts.


Collections

Work by Meyer is included in the permanent collections of some of the most prestigious institutions in the world, including the New York MoMA, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, The Brooklyn Museum, The Jewish Museum in New York, and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. It is also in multiple corporate collections, including those of Estee Lauder, Johnson & Johnson, Hallmark Cards, IBM and Neiman Marcus.


Exhibitions

Melissa Meyer has exhibited extensively throughout the United States, as well as internationally. She has completed public commissions around the world, including in Kyrgyzstan, Shanghai, Tokyo, Miami and Queens.

Solo Exhibitions

2018             

Heather Gaudio Fine Art,  New Canaan, CT
Cross Contemporary, Saugerties, NY

2016            

Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York, NY: “New Work”

2014            

Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York, NY: “Recent Work”

2012             

The Garrison Art Center, Garrison, NY: “Paintings and Works on Paper”

2011           

Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York, NY: “New Paintings and Watercolors”

2009             

Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York, NY: “New Painting s” Nikola Rukaj Gallery, Toronto, CA: “Paintings” (catalogue)

2008            

Rebecca Ibel Gallery, Columbus, OH: “New Works Featuring Lincoln Center Print Commission” Jancar Gallery, Los Angeles, CA: “New Paintings”

2007/8         

List Gallery, Swarthmore College, Swarth more, PA: “Melissa Meyer 1975 – 2005: Paintings and Works on Paper”; traveling to Selby Gallery, Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL (catalogue - essays by Robert Storr and David Cohen) in conjunction with McCabe Library exhibition, Swarthmore PA: “Melissa Meyer: Sketchbooks, Artist’s Books, and Works on Paper.”

2006/8         

New York Studio School, New York, NY: “Melissa Meyer in Black and White: Works on Paper, 1984-1994” (catalogue/website – essays by Lyle Rexer and David Cohen); traveling to Wiegand  Gallery, Notre Dame de Namur University, Belmont, CA. http://www.nyss.org/exhibitions/melissa -meyer - in - black/

2006            

Rebecca Ibel Gallery, Columbus, OH: “Watercolors”

2005            

Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY: “New Paintings”

2004            

Rebecca Ibel Gallery, Co lumbus, OH: “New Paintings” The Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art,Phila., PA: “Melissa Meyer: Color and the Cosmic Tree”

2003             

Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY: “New Paintings” (catalogue - essay by Meg Wolitzer) Chapman Friedman Gallery, Louisville, KY, “Paintings and Watercolors” Emily Davis Gallery, Myers School of Art: “Melissa Meyer: Prints & Artist’s Books”, Akron, OH.

2002             

Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY: “New Watercolors”

2001             

Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY: “New Paintings” (cat alogue essay by Mario Naves)

2000            

Rebecca Ibel Gallery, Columbus, OH: “New Paintings” (catalogue – essay by Allan Gurganus) 113 Crosby – Jill Platner, New York, NY: “Paintings from the 1990’s”

1998            

Ibel Simeonov Gallery, Columbus, OH: "Watercolors from the Archer Series"

1997            

Deven Golden Fine Art, New York, NY: "Melissa Meyer: The Garner Tullis Project"

1996            

Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY Miller/Block Gallery, Boston, MA Montgomery Glasoe Fine Art, Minneapolis, MN

1995            

Allez les Filles, Columbus, O H: "Watercolors and Monotypes"

1994             

Miller/Block Gallery, Boston, MA

1993             

Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY Galerie Renee Ziegler, Zurich Montgomery Glasoe Fine Art, Minneapolis, MN

1991             

Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue) Ellen Miller Fine Art, B oston, MA: "Recent Works on Paper"

1988             

J.L. Becker/East End Gallery, Provincetown, MA Moss - Thorns Gallery, Fort Hayes State University, Fort Hayes, KS

1987             

R.C. Erpf Gallery, New York, NY Leslie Cecil Gallery, New York, NY J.L. Becker Gallery, Province town, MA

1986            

R.C. Erpf Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue – essay by Harry F. Gaugh)

1985            

Janet Steinberg Gallery, San Fransisco, CA

1984            

Exit Art, New York, NY (catalogue -- essay by Stephen Westfall)

1983             

Douglas College, New Brunswick, NJ (catalogue)

1982             

Milliken Gallery, Converse College, Spartanburg, SC Maples Gallery, Fairleigh Dickenson University, NJ

1979             

Frank Marino Gallery, New York, NY

1976             

The Cornell Club of New York, NY

 

Group Exhibitions
 

2016

“Confluence/Influence: Mingei in Contemporar y Abstraction,” curated by Bridget Donlon, Dorsky Gallery, Long Island City, NY

“Re - Action: Genealogy and Countercanon” curated by Alonso + Marful, Casal Solleric, Palma, Mallorca

“Editions Gervais Jassaud, Collectif Génération,” Librairie Auguste Blaizot , Paris, FR

“In Conversation ,” curated by Stephanie Buhmann, Teacher’s College, Columbia University, Macy Art Gallery, New York, NY . Catalogue by Jonathan Goodman.

“Group Show,” Jeffrey Leder Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2015

“Bound/Unbound,” DM Contemporary, New York, NY

“A Few Days,” Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. New York, NY

“In Conversation,” curated by Stephanie Buhmann, Shirley Fiterman Art Center, New York, NY

“Rodin to Warhol,” McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX

“Salon du Dessin,” Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. New York , NY

“Defining Abstraction,” Selby Gallery, Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL

“60 th Anniversary Exhibition: New Acquisitions,” The McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX

2014

Gervais Jassaud Book Projects Exhibition, Louis Nucera Library, Nice, F rance

“Hooray for Hollywood,” Pavel Zoubok Gallery and Mixed Greens Gallery, New York, NY

2013

“The Annual: 2013,” National Academy Museum, New York, NY

“Paint”, Nicola Rukaj Gallery, Toronto, Ontario

2012/13

“Remix: Selections from the International C ollage Center,” International Collage Center, touring six national exhibition venues, catalogue

“The Early Show,” Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York, NY

2011

“ Contemporary Selections: Aligning Abstraction ,” National Academy Museum, New York, NY

“Contemporary Cadences: The Modernist Impulse in American Art (1911 - 2011),” Keny Galleries, Columbus, OH

“Black and White,” Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY

Artist book program, “Melissa Meyer, Just Painting,” BravinLee Programs, New York, NY

“Lost Horiz ons Found,” Allyn Gallup Contemporary Art, Sarasota, FL

2010/11

“Pavers”, Schroeder Romero & Shredder, New York, NY

2010

“Decameron, David Cohen’s Decade of at the NY Studio School, 2000 - 2010” New York, NY

“Shifting the Gaze”, The Jewish Museum, New York, NY http://www.thejewishmuseum.org/exhibitions/feministpainting

“40,” The Texas Gallery, Houston, TX http://www.texgal.com/

“Ends and Means,” Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York, NY

2009

“Before Again”, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York, NY

“Octet,” Selected Works from the School of Visual Arts, Pera Museum, Istanbul, Turkey. (catalogue).

“Inaugural Exhibition Art Bank Gallery”, U.S. Dept of State Art Bank, Washington, D.C. (catalogue).

“Summer Reverie Invitational”, William Siegal Gallery, Santa Fe, NM.

“Abstract Alternatives”, Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY.

“Melissa Meyer Watercolors”; two - person show, Chapman Friedman Gallery, Louisville, KY.

“A New York Eclection”; Luther W. Brady Art Gallery, The George Washington University, D.C.

2008/9

“Under the Influence” Girl’s Club, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

2008

“The Maslow Collection at Marywood University”, Scranton, PA.

“Flow Chart”, Lennon, Weinberg Inc., New York, NY.

“183 rd Annual Invitational Exhibition”, National Academy Museum, New Yor k, NY.

“On Paper: The Lincoln Center/List Collection”, UBS Art Gallery, New York, NY.

“Works on Paper: Melissa Meyer and Bobbie Oliver”, Lenore Gray Gallery, Providence, RI.

2007/8

“Paper”, Lennon, Weinberg Inc., New York, NY.

2007

“New Watercolors”; tw o - person show, Chapman Friedman Gallery, Louisville, KY.

“From the Inside Out: Feminist Art Then & Now”, St. John’s University, Jamaica, NY (catalogue).

“Fluid Fields”, The Painting Center, New York, NY.

2006/7

“Hot Off the Press: Prints of 2006 from New York Printshops”, The Grolier Club, New York, NY.

2006

“Water Color One”, Rose Burlingham Gallery, New York, NY.

“Action Precision”, Lennon Weinberg, New York, NY.

“Contemporary Connections”, The Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH.

“Seven Artists from the Maslow Collection”, Everhart Museum, Scranton, PA.

2005

“Riverhouse Editions: Master Prints...”, University of Denver School of Art, Denver, CO.

“Drawings”, Galerie Biedermann, Munich, Germany.

“Pure Paint”, Henry Gregg Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.

2004

“Paint”, Kleinert/James Arts Center, Woodstock, New York, curated by Carol March.

“179 th Annual Invitational...” National Academy of Design, New York, NY.

“New York Show”, Opelousas Museum of Art, Opelousas, Louisiana.

2003

“AbstractNewYork”, Klein Art Gallery, Phil adelphia, PA.

“Ten Years in Columbus”, Rebecca Ibel Gallery, Columbus, OH.

“Skowhegan Faculty Exhibition”, ICA at Maine College of Art, Portland, ME (catalogue).

“Contemporary Abstraction by Ten Women Printmakers”, The Print Center, Phila., PA.

2002

“Water color”, curated by David Cohen. NY Studio School, New York, NY (catalogue).

“Hot Wax”, Cummings Art Center at Connecticut College, New London, CT.

“The Tipping Point” curated by David Cohen, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.

“Made in Tribeca”, Galerie Albre cht, Munich, Germany.

2001

“College Proofs: The Riverhouse Editions Collection Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art”, Northwestern U., Evanston, IL. (catalogue)

“Culture and Continuity: The Jewish Journey”, The Jewish Museum, New York, NY.

“Watercolor: In t he Abstract”, The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls, NY.

“Hydro,” Marcel Sitcoske Gallery, San Francisco, CA, curated by Erin Parish.

“2001 Invitational Exhibition,” American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY.

2000

"The Perpetual Well: Contemporary Art from the Collection of the Jewish Museum," Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, Gainesville, FL traveling to: Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, Lincoln, NE; Parrish Art Museum, Southhampton, NY and Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV(catalogue).

“Small Wor k,” Nina Freudenheim, Inc., Buffalo, NY.

“Paper Abstractions,” Gallery@49, New York, NY.

"Collaborative Papers: Contemporary Works of Art From the Garner Tullis Workshop,"Maier Museum of Art, Lynchburg, VA (catalogue).

"Artists of Yaddo 1965 - 2000," Claudia Carr Gallery, New York, NY.

"Friendships in Arcadia: Writers and Artists at Yaddo in the 90's," Art in General, New York, NY & The Hyde Collection, Glens Falls, NY, organized by Barbara Toll.

"Painting Abstraction," New York Studio School, New York, NY.

"Painting,"Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA, curated by Alicia Felton.

"Abstract Paintings on Paper," Jay Grimm, New York, NY.

1999

"Artists' Books," Exhibit A, New York, NY.

"Waxing Poetic: Encaustic Art in America," Montclair Art Museum, Montcl air, NJ. Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN.

"Artists as Teachers," Lobby Gallery, Merrill Lynch Financial Center, New York, NY.

"Contemporary Issues, Enduring Vision: Selected Works by Women Artists in the Maslow Collection," Everhart Museum, Scr anton, PA.

1998

"The Edward R. Broida Collection, A Selection of Works," Orlando Museum of Art, FL (catalogue)

"Current Themes: Works from the Maslow Collection," The Everhart Museum, Scranton, PA.

"Garner Tullis: The Art of Collaboration," AAP Gallery, Pitts burgh, PA, curated by David Carrier.

"50 Anni Di Libri Nella Stamperia Valdonega," Biblioteca Trivulziana, Castello Sforzesco Milan, Italy (catalogue).

1997

"Large Scale Abstract Paintings," The Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY.

"Abstract Tendenc ies," Rider College, Lawrenceville, NJ (catalogue -- essays by Deborah Rosenthal and Lance Esplund).

"Lilith," The Workspace, New York, NY, curated by Stephanie Theodore.

"Intimate Universe: 70 American Painters," Robert Steele Gallery, NY, curated by Mic hael Walls.

"After the Fall: Aspects of Abstract Painting Since the 1970's," The Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, S I, NY (catalogue -- essay by Lilly Wei). "Queens Artists: Highlights of the 20th Century," The Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY.

"Purely Painting," Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Bill Carroll.

"Individuals on Paper," Deven Golden Fine Art, New York, NY.

1996

"Abstract Women," Ibel Simeonov, Columbus, OH.

"Mary H. Dana Women Artist Series 2 5th Year Retrospective," Mason Gross School of Art Galleries, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.

"Large Drawings and Objects," Arkansas Arts Center Foundation Collection, Little Rock, AR (catalogue).

"Water," James Graham & Sons, New York, NY.

"Happ y 90th Birthday Larry Aldrich!," The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT

"Melissa Meyer, Mihail, Alan Turner, Lynton Wells," Allez les Filles, Columbus, OH.

"Neue Arbieten," Galerie Biedermann, Munich, Germany.

1995

"The Permanent Collecti on: Recent Acquisitions," San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA.

"Basic Marks: Black and White Paintings," Rosenberg + Kaufman Fine Art, New York, NY.

1994

"Painting," Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY.

"Embraceable You," Selby Gallery, Ringling Schoo l of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL.

Pritchard Art Gallery, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID.

Moody Gallery of Art, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL (catalogue -- essay by Frances Colpitt).

"About Color," Charles Cowles Gallery, New York, NY, curated b y Bill Carroll.

"Contemporary Prints," Allez les Filles, Columbus, OH.

"Amerikanische Zeichnungen," Galerie Biedermann, Munich, Germany.

"The Brushstroke and Its Guises," New York Studio School, New York, NY (brochure).

"Watercolors," Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY.

1993

"Drawings in Black and White/Contemporary Works from the Collection,"

The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY.

"Le Cadavre Exquis," The Drawing Center, New York, NY.

"Drawings," Montgomery Glasoe Fine Art, Minneapolis, MN.

"A Grand Tour," Swiss Institute, New York, NY.

"Intimate Universe," Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY.

"Rewriting History: The Salon Of 1993," Montgomery Glasoe Fine Art, Minneapolis, MN.

"The League at the Cape," Provincetown Art Association and Muse um, Provincetown, MA.

"Making Connections: Approaches to Space in Drawing," Maier Museum of Art, Randolph - Macon Women's College, Lynchburg, VA (catalogue -- essay by Hearne Pardee).

"First Thoughts: Working Drawings by Seven Artists," The Gallery at Bristol - Myers Squibb,

1992

Princeton, NJ (catalogue -- essay by Jill Snyder).

"New Editions '92 - '93," Tomoko Liguori Gallery, New York, NY.

"Scoop," Galerie Renee Ziegler, Zurich.

"Zeichnung Das Kleme Format," Galerie im Trudelhaus Baden, Baden, Switzer land.

"Intimate Universe," Michael Walls Gallery, New York, NY.

Fine Art Gallery, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.

Illingworth, Keer Gallery, Alberta College of Art, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, AL

The Worcester M useum of Art, Worcester, MA

Lamont Gallery, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, MA

University Art Gallery, San Diego University, San Diego, CA

"Drawn in the Nineties," Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY, through 1994; org. by Independent Curators Internat ional, New York. Curated by Joshua Smith, (catalogue).

"Summer Group Show," Lennon, Weinberg, New York, NY.

1991

"Eva Hesse, Louise Lawler, Agnes Martin, Melissa Meyer, Judy Pfaff, Kiki Smith,

Jackie Winsor," Holly Solomon Gallery, New York, NY.

"Black and White," Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY.

"Monotypes," Graham Modern Gallery, New York, NY.

"American Painting and Sculpture, The 80's, from the Collection of the Metropolitan

Museum of Art," The Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY (catalogue).

1990

"The Legacy of the Abstract Expressionists," The Gallery at Hastings - on - Hudson, NY.

"National Drawing Invitational," The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR (catalogue).

"Selected Prints," Graham Modern Gallery, New York, NY.

1989

"T he 1980's Prints from the Collection of Joshua P. Smith," National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. "10 Gallery Artists," Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY.

"Black, Gray, and White," Henry Feiwel, New York, NY.

"A Tribute to Tibor de Nagy," The Butle r Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH (catalogue).

"Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women," Blum - Helman Warehouse, NY (catalogue).

"A Reunion of Distant Cousins," Michael Walls Gallery, NY, curated by Meyer Raphael Rubinstein.

"Life For ces: Nature in Abstraction," Lintas, NY, curated by Margaret Matthews - Berenson.

"Is This A Small Painting," Henry Feiwel, New York, NY.

"Artists of the 1980's: Selected Works from the Maslow Collection," Sordoni Art Gallery, Wilkes College, Wilkes Barr e, PA (catalogue).

"Monoprints/Monotype Images by Twentieth Contemporary Artists," University of Maine Museum of Art, Orono, ME, (catalogue).

"A Look Back, New Acquisitions," The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT.

1988

"Brickhouse, Mey er, Miller, Utterback," Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, NY.

"Art on Paper 1988," Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro, NC (catalogue).

"Works on Paper," Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, NY.

“A New Generation, The 1980's: American Painters and Sculptors ," The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY (catalogue).

"Living in New York," Aubes, 3935 Gallery, Montreal, Canada (catalogue).

"Admissable Evidence," Visual Arts Gallery, Purchase, NY.

"Sequential and Diaristic Drawings," Michael Walls Gallery, New York, NY.

1987

"Knowing What I Like," Kouros Gallery, New York, NY, curated by John Bernard Myers, (catalogue).

"Entities," R.C. Erpf Gallery, New York, NY.

1986

"A Contemporary View of Nature," The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT ( catalogue).

"A Look at Painting," R.C. Erpf Gallery, New York, NY.

1985

"Drawings," Janet Steinberg Gallery, Buffalo, NY.

1985

"Neo Modern," R.C. Erpf Gallery, New York, NY.

"Art on the Beach Collaboration," John Nichols, New York, NY.

"Art on the Beach ," Creative Time, New York, NY.

"By the Sea, By the Sea," Creative Time Benefit, Christie's New York, NY.

"The Non - Objective World," Kamikaze, New York, NY, curated by Stephen Westfall.

"Surplus," Exit Art, New York, NY (and 1986).

"Candidates for Art Awards," American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY.

1984

"Affinities of an Abstract Nature," Dramatis Personae, New York, NY, curated by Judd Tully.

"24 x 24 x 24," Ruth Siegel Gallery, New York, NY.

"The Fourth Annual," John Davis Gallery, Akro n, OH.

"The Fantastic Landscape," Exit Art, New York, NY.

"Modern Art," Ted Greewald Gallery, New York, NY, curated by John Yau.

"Salvo," Ruth Siegel Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Michael Walls.

"Gallery Selections," Janus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

"Twelve Abstract Painters," Ruth Siegel Gallery, New York, NY.

"Drawings: New Dimensions," Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY.

"New Spiritual Abstraction of the 1980's," Nora Haime Gallery, NYC, NY, curated by Ronny Cohen.

"Newscapes," Contemporary Art at One Penn Plaza, New York, NY, curated by Peter Frank.

1983

"Works on Paper," Bess Cutler Gallery, New York, NY.

"Group," C.W. Post, Hillwood Gallery, Greenvale, NY (catalogue).

"Exchange of Sources: Expanding Powers," California State College, Sta nislaus, CA (catalogue).

1982

"CAPS Painting," Lehman College, New York NY, and Brainerd Art, Postdam, NY.

"Ten Downtown at P.S. 122," P.S. 122, New York, NY.

"Abstract Painting," Women's Caucus, New York, NY (catalogue).

"Franklin Furnace Benefit," Ron ald Feldman Gallery, New York, NY

1981

"A.I.R. Holiday Show," A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY.

"Paper Caper," Frank Marino Gallery New York, NY.

"Two Artists," American Studies Center, Naples, Italy.

"2 x 2," Frank Marino Gallery, New York, NY.

"Sma ll Paintings (Three Painters)," Frank Marino Gallery, New York, NY.

"HERESIES Benefit," New York University Grey Art Gallery, New York, NY.

1980

"L'Amerique Aux Independents," Grand Palais, Paris, France (catalogue).

"55 Mercer Invitational," 55 Mercer S treet Gallery, New York, NY.

1979

"Group," Loeb Student Center, New York University, New York, NY.

"New Painters," Soho Center for the Visual Arts, New York, NY.

1978

"Drawings II," Touchstone Gallery, New York, NY.

"Abstractions," Pratt Institute, Brooklyn and New York, NY.

"Dissonances and Harmony," OIA, Avery Fischer Hall, New York NY, and Wilmington, PA.

1977

"Art in Public Spaces," OIA, 26 Federal Plaza, New York, NY.

1976

"Drawings," Open Studio Gallery, Arnolfini Art Center, Rhine beck, NY.

1975

"Group Show," Central Hall Gallery, Port Washington, NY.

1973

"Postdam Drawing Exhibition," Postdam, NY. "Artists Under 35," Provincetown Art Association, Provincetown, MA.

“Melissa Meyer Remembers Jean D ubuffet at the Jeu de Paume, 1991.” Painters on Paintings , March 2016 (https://paintersonpaintings.com)

NY Studio Conversations; 17 Women Talk About Art , by Stephanie Buhmann, The Green Box, Berlin, 2016. pp. 142 – 150

RE - ACTION, ongoing publication and e xhibition series curated by Alonso+Marful, Spain.

“Femmage” and Miriam Schapiro Tribute, artcritical , June 24, 2015

(http://www.artcritical.com/2015/06/24/femmage - by - miriam - schapiro - and - melissa - meyer/)

Esopus 22: Medicine , Spring 2015, ed. Tod Lippy. “Du ets,” commissioned project. Pp 59 - 74

( http://www.esopus.org/contents/view/343 )

“Cultural Exchange Through the Visual Arts: Melissa Meyer in Bishkek,” US Art in Embassies Program, Winter 2014. (http: //art.state.gov/ExchangeDetail.aspx?eid=107672)

FASCINATION , one of a kind artist book in collaboration with the South Korean poet Ko Un, Gervais Jassaud, France, 2014.

Universal Principles of Art , by John A. Parks, Rockport Publishers, Beverly, MA, 2015. Pg. 158 - 9.

“Studio Visit: Melissa Meyer,” Interview with Deanna Sirlin, The Art Section , 2014. (http://www.theartsection.com/#!melissa - meyer/c15am)

“Melissa Meyer at Lennon Weinberg” Interview with Gorky’s Granddaughter . January 20, 2014. (http://www.go rkysgranddaughter.com/2014/01/melissa - meyer - at - lennon - weinberg - inc.html)

Melissa Meyer with Stephanie Buhmann Interview, Parallel Projects , stephaniebuhmann.com, April 3, 2013 Conversation Between Pavel Zoubok and Melissa Meyer, Daughters of the Revolution : Women & Collage, Exhibition Catalogue, Pavel Zoubok Gallery, July 2 – August 14, 2009.

“Quotes and Watercolors”, The Sienese Shredder , Issue 3 2009, pp. 37 – 43 ed. by Trevor Winkfield & Brice Brown. Abstract Painting: Concepts and Techniques , Vicky P erry, Watson/Guptill Publications, New York, 2005.

The Jewish Museum’s 2004 - 2005 Jewish Calendar (July).

The Art of Encaustic Painting, text by Joanne Mattera, Watson - Guptill Publications, New York, 2001.

Garner Tullis and the Art of Collaboration, text by David Carrier, Copenhagen and New York, 1998.

Sketchbooks 1993 - 1995 . Texts by Allan Gurganus and Robert Klitzman, M.D. Printed by Stamperia Valdonega, Verona, Italy. The Mezzanine Gallery, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1997.

Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art. A Sourcebook of Artists Writings , ed. by Kristine Stiles and Peter Selz, University of California Press, Berkeley/ Los Angeles/ London, 1996; 2012.

In The Margins 19 Interviews (Interview w ith M.G.Lord), Montgomery Glasoe Gallery, Minneapolis, MN 1995 - 1996.

The Jewish Museum 1994 - 1996 , p.23.

Provincetown Arts , Fall 1986, Summer 1987, 1988 (drawings reproduced).

"Kimura at Ruth Siegel," Arts , April, 1985.

Parnassus: Poetry in Review , Spring an d Summer 1983 (painting reproduced).

"Femmage," with Miriam Schapiro, HERESIES , Number 4, Spring 1978.

Ms. magazine, December 1973 (painting for story "The Green Woman").

2016

BAU Institute at Camargo Residency, Cassis, France

2014, 10 , 05, 03, 01, 00

Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY

2012

The MacDowell Colony, Milton and Sally Avery Fellow, Peterborough, NH

2010

National Academician, National Academy Museum & School of Fine Arts

2009

Pollock - Krasner Foundation Grant

2008

National Academ y 183 rd Invitational Eric Isenburger Annual Award

2005

Fondazione Bogliasco, Bogliasco, Genova, Italy

2004

The American Academy in Rome, Visiting Artist, Rome, Italy

1999, 97, 95, 94

Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY

1993

NEA Grant in Painting

1992

New York Foundation for the Arts

1983

NEA Grant in Painting

1983, 82

Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY

1981

CAPS Grant in Painting

1980

The American Academy in Rome, Rome Prize Fellowship, Rome, Italy

1979

Edward F. Albee Foundation, Mont auk, NY

1979, 75, 74

Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY

1978

Palisades Interstate Project/America the Beautiful Fund

1972, 73, 74

The Provincetown Workshop, with Leo Manso and Victor Candell

Works by Melissa Meyer

Order by

2003

63.5 x 68.5 cm

1900,00 €

2008

94 x 50.8 cm

1900,00 €

2016

35.5 x 35.5 cm

4550,00 €

2016

35.5 x 35.5 cm

4550,00 €

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