One Person Exhibitions
2018              
Enchanted Islands, Port Authority Windows, New York, NY
2017             
Garden Party, Jadite Gallery, New York, NY
2015              
My End is My Beginning, Nabi Museum of the Arts, Teaneck, NJ
2012              
Davis Mini-Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona, Spain
2003              
Gallery Juno, New York, NY
2002              
Musings, Lava Lounge, New York, NY
1994              
Gallery Juno, New York, NY
1988             
Jon Gerstad Gallery, New York, NY
1986             
Wexler Gallery, New York, NY
1984             
Floating World, Nolo Contendere Gallery, New York, NY
1981              
East Texas State University, Commerce, TX
 

               
Group Exhibitions
2020
Flat Files, Pierogi Gallery, New York, NY
2019    
Black Box, traveling exhibition, organized by Boeckercontemporary,
Heidelberg, Germany:
Saar a Kunstlerhaus, Saarbrucken, Germany
Centre d'art Contemporain, Metz, France
La S Grand Atelier, Vielsam, Belgium
Casino Luxembourg Forum d'art contemporain, Luxembourg
2019          
Surface 8, curated by Renee Riccardo, ARENA at Brooklyn Dermatology,
Brooklyn, NY
2019          
Grand Opening, Koelsch Haus (project Koelsch Gallery), Houston, Texas
2019          
China: June 4, 1989, traveling exhibit:
St. John the Divine church, New York, NY
Liberty Sculpture Park, Yermo, CA
Outdoor installation, Alhambra, CA
2019          
Welcome to the Multiverse, curated by Janet Rutkowski, Plaxall Gallery, Long           
Island City, New York
2019          
Somewhere We Landed, Drawing Rooms, Jersey City, NJ
2019          
Flat Files, Pierogi, New York, NY
2019          
En Masse 2018, Thompson GIroux Gallery, Chatham, NY
2019          
Atazay, Brooklyn, NY
2019          
Jadite Gallery, New York, NY
2018         
Et Tu? Art Brute, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, NY
2018          
Somewhere over the Interconnected Rainbow, Drawing Rooms, Jersey City, NJ
2018          
Summer Botanicals, three-person show, Jadite Gallery, New York, NY
2018          
Atazay, Brooklyn, New York
2017         
Wrap Around 12, curated by Renee Riccardo, three person show,
ARENA at Suite 806, New York, NY
2017         
A Call to Action, Kustera Projects, Brooklyn, NY
2017        
Art for Aleppo, Catalyst Gallery, Beacon, NY
2017        
Compassion and Appreciation for the Natural World, curated by Laurette
Folk, Cabot Theater, Beverly, MA
2016        
Object Relations, curated by Andrea Burgay, Ground Floor Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2016        
Backdrop for theatrical performance, On the Street Where We Live, Bos, NYC
2016        
Big Small Show, Drawing Rooms, curated by Ann Trauben, Jersey City 2016
2016        
Porter Mill Gallery, curated by Laurette Viteritti-Folk, Beverly, MA
2015       
New Delhi New York, curated by Tara Sabharwal, Shridharani Gallery,
New Delhi, India
2015       
International Contemporary Art Exhibit, Art Gallery Le Logge, curated by
Marina Merli, Assisi, Italy
2015       
Postcards from the Edge, Luhring Augustine, New York, NY
2015       
Out of the Woods, Mascot Gallery, New York, NY
2014        
Saints and Sinners, curated by Carl van Brunt, BAU Gallery, Beacon, NY
2014       
Flat Files, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2014       
Ladybug Project, The Drake, Chicago, IL
2014       
Koelsch Gallery, Houston, TX
2014       
Peace Project, curated, Whole Nine Gallery, traveling exhibit: Los Angeles (Culver City) and New York, NY
2014       
Other Worlds, Skylight Gallery (Chelsea), New York, NY
2014        
China: June 4, 1989, Asian American Art Center, New York, NY
2013        
Library Thoughts, curated by Beata Szechy, Barabas Villa Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
2013       
Composers Concordance: Pitches for an Exhibition, Gallery MC, New York, NY
2013        Koelsch Gallery, Houston, TX
2013       
Make Peace, curated by Leyla Fakhr, Tate Modern, London, and Whole Nine, Los Angeles, CA: Swarm Gallery, Oakland, CA
2013        
Flat Files, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2012        
Koelsch Gallery, Houston, TX
2012        
Make Peace, curated by Leyla Fakhr, Tate Modern, London, and Whole Nine, Los Angeles, CA: Traveling show:  Gallery Nine East, New York, NY; Nine Gallery, Los Angeles, CA;
Deep Ellum Artwalk, Dallas, TX; Gallery Expo, Long Beach, CA; Showcase Gallery, Santa Ana, CA; Art4All People, Malibu, CA; Affaire in the Garden, Beverly Hills, CA
2012       
Flat Files, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY                                                
2011-12  
Exposition de Pinas, Museo Dabawenyo, Museum of the People of Davao, Philippines, curated by Victor Espinosa
2011       
Peace Rises, curated by Whole Nine, Los Angeles, CA: Traveling show: Swarm Gallery, Oakland, CA; Aperture, New York, NY; Nine Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2011        
Flat Files, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2010        
No Souls for Sale, Tate Modern, London, England, curated by Ceci Moss
2010        
Boundaries, South Australian Living Artist Festival, Stirling, Australia
2010        
Lost Paintings, collaboration with Farzan Kohan, Los Angeles, CA
2010        
What Matters Most, Ecoartsspace at Exit Art, New York, NY
2010        
A Reader’s Art: Tenth Anniversary Exhibition, Susan Hensel Gallery, Minneapolis, MN,
curated by Jon Coffelt, NYC
2010        
Postcards from the Edge
, benefit for Visual AIDS, ZieherSmith Gallery, New York, NY
2010      
It’s a Group Thing
, Koelsch Gallery, Houston, TX
2010      
Flat Files, Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY
2010      
The Chakra Show
, curated by Rolando Ramos, Mary Benson Gallery,
                      Jersey City, NY
2010      
The Peace Project
, curated by the Whole Nine, Los Angeles, CA; Traveling show: Max Lang Gallery, New York, NY; Nine Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Meridian Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2010      
International Mail Art Exhibition in Honor and Memory of Judith A. 
Hoffberg, Susan and John Caldwell Gallery, Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA, curated by Jay Belloli
2009       
Postcards from the Edge, Metro Pictures, New York, NY
2009      
Flat Files, Pierogi,   Brooklyn, NY
2008       
Generations 6, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY
2008       
Wish You Were Here, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY
2008      
Flat Files, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2006       
Postcards from the Edge, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, NY
2006       
River Gallery, Narrowsburg, NY
2006      
Flat Files, Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY
2005      
Sylvia White, Santa Monica, CA
2005      
Flat Files, Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY
2005      
Postcards from the Edge, Robert Miller Gallery, New York, NY
2005      
Hell’s Kitchen Helps Aisha, Cusick Studio, New York, NY
2005      
River Gallery, Narrowsburg, NY
2005      
Tandem Brick Gallery, Des Moines, IA
2004      
Gallery Juno, New York, NY
2004      
Spring Auction, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY
2004      
Flat Files, Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY
2004      
River Gallery, Narrowsburg, NY
2004      
Hambidge Center, Rabun Gap, NY
2003      
Sokka Gakai International Buddhist Cultural Center, New York, NY
2003      
Small Works
, Gallery Juno, New York, NY
2003      
Flat Files, Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY
2002       
Clifford-Smith Gallery, Boston, MA Gallery Juno, New York, NY
2002      
Flat Files, Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY
2002      
The Hambidge Center, Rabun Gap, GA
2001       
Jim Akutagawa, Koji Nishimi, Jill Slaymaker, Gallery Juno, NY, NY Artist at Work, New Century Artists Gallery, Studio in a School, curated by Museo del Barrio, NYC
2001      
Flat Files, Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY
2000       
Spring Auction, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY
2000       
On the Brink of the Millenium, V Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2000      
Flat Files, Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY
2000      
The Hambidge Center, Rabun Gap, GA
1999       
Autumn Auction, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY
1999       
Artists' Self Portraits, Studio in a School Gallery, New York, NY
1999      
Small Works
, curated by Bronx Museum of the Arts, Studio in a School Gallery, New York, NY
1999      
P.S. 122, New York, NY
1999      
Small Works, Gallery Juno, New York, NY
1999      
The Hambidge Center, Rabun Gap, GA
1998      
Audio Project, Art in General, New York, NY
1998      
Compassion and Community, in conjunction with World artists for TIbet, Times Square Gallery, New York, NY
1998    
 The Hambidge Center, Rabun Gap, GA
1997      
Small Works, curated by Patterson Sims, The Museum of Modern Art, Studio in a School Gallery, New York, NY
1997    
 Faculty Exhibit, The 92nd Street Y, New York, NY
1997      
The Hambidge Center, Rabun Gap, GA
1997      
Alumni Self Portraits, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
1996      
Goldenwest Gallery, Stehekin, Washington
1996     
Small, Gallery Juno, New York, NY
1995    
Martha and Jill Slaymaker, Mother and Daughter, Richmond Art Museum, Richmond, IN
1995     
Night of a Thousand Drawings, Artist's Space, New York, NY
1994    
Sci Art, Pfizer Inc., organized and curated by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
1994     
From Oppression to Liberation: Awakening the Human Spirit, Columbia University Teachers College, New York, NY
1994    
Femme Vitale at Times Square, Times Square Gallery, New York, NY
1994    
Res Nova Gallery, New York, NY
1994    
Salon '94, Tribeca 148 Gallery, New York, NY
1994     
Martha Slaymaker and Jill Slaymaker, Editions Ltd., Indianapolis, IN
1993    
Art for Iris, Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York, NY
1993    
Maximization, Tribeca 148 Gallery, New York, NY
1993    
Femme Vitale, Alley Cat Gallery, New York, NY
1992    
Parallel to DOCUMENTA 9 Show, Electronic Café, Kassel, Germany
1992    
Urban Jungle, Elston Fine Arts, New York, NY
1992    
Take Action, Westbeth Gallery, New York, NY
1992    
Femme Vitale, Loft Lawyers, New York, NY
1992    
Art at the Poles (A Pre-Election Survey of Political Art)
, Limner Gallery, New York, NY
1991    
China: June 4, 1989, Hong Kong, China
1991    
Dartmouth Gallery, Albuquerque, NM
1990    
Positive Actions: Visual Aids Competition 1990, three locations:
1990    
Clocktower Gallery, Longwood Gallery, D.C., 37 Gallery, NYC
1990    
China 6/4, 1989: An Art Exhibition, curated by Nancy Spero & John Yau
Traveling Exhibition: The Institute for Contemporary Art P.S.1 Museum, Long Island City;                              
Blum Helman Warehouse, New York, NY; Asian American Arts Centre, New York, NY
1989     
Staff Art Exhibition, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
1988    
Femme Vitale, Sensory Evolution Gallery, New York, NY
1988    
Tunnel Wall Mural Series, The Tunnel, New York, NY
1987    
Micro Stress, Traveling Exhibition: Now Gallery, New York, NY; Artifacts Gallery, Miami Beach
1987   
Women Painters '87 - A Survey, Jon Gerstad Gallery, New York, NY
1987    
Polarities, CUANDO, New York, NY
1987    
NYFAI Painting Studio Exhibition, The New York Feminist Art Institute, New York, NY
1986    
In Black and White, Ted Greenwald Gallery, New York, NY
1986    
Spring Collection: Small Works, invitational, 22 Wooster Gallery, NYC
1986    
Edgar/Slaymaker, Nolo Contendere Gallery, New York, NY
1986    
Motherhood Show, Freddy the Dreamer Gallery, New York, NY
1986    
Gracie Mansion Gallery Museum Store, New York, NY
1986      
Egomania: Portraits of Jennifer Ex-Bowen, Nolo Contendere, NYC
1985    
Stencils for the Homeless, installation, The Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York, NY
1985    
Art Against Apartheid, juried, Baricua College, Brooklyn, NY
1985    
Second Annual Halloween Invitational, Ceres Gallery, New York, NY
1985    
Countdown to Halloween, Schreck-Calle Gallery, New York, NY
1985    
WACS-BAMS-WAVES, Freddy the Dreamer Gallery, New York, NY
1984    
Surprise Package, Nico Smith Gallery, New York, NY
1984    
Cash and Carry Show, Nolo Contendere Gallery, New York, NY
1984    
Mistletoe, Kamikaze Gallery, New York, NY
1983    
Fall Collection, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Rental Gallery, Indpls. IN
1982    
Six Imagemakers, invitational, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico,
curated by Martin Delabano
 
 
BIBLIOGRAPHY
2019    
 The Artistic Time, catalogue, La Macina di San Cresci, Greve, Tuscany, Italy
2019    
"Downtown Brooklyn," Raggedy Ann's Foot, Elisabeth Condon, March 17, NYC
2018    
Artnet News.com, Editor's Picks: 17 Things Not to Miss in New York's Art World This
Week," (color image) by Sarah Cascone, June 18
2018    
ArtDaily.org, "The Port Authority Bus Terminal's "Project Find" Space displays works by Jill Slaymaker," (color image) July 16
2017    
Manhattan Digest.com, "A Lifelong Dream of Time and Silence, 2017, by Jill Slaymaker, Hell's Kitchen Foundation" (color image), December
2017    
Artfuse, "A Call to Action at Kustera Projects," Alison Martin, Feb., NYC
2017    
Manhattan Express, interview with photo, Nathan Weisman, August, NYC
2017    
Talking Writing magazine, color images, cover and featured artist, spring issue
2016    
Compassion Anthology, color image, editor Laurette Folk, Beverly, MA
2015    
Art World News, "Artist Jill Slaymaker's Global Reach," Sarah Seamark, color photo, Wellspring Communications, Rowayton, CT, Jan.
2015    
New York One television, segment on facilitating The Museum of Modern Art/Studio in a School workshops, February, New York, NY
2015    
Slaymaker at Drawing Rooms, Art World News, Sarah Seamark, color photo, Wellspring Communications, Rowayton, CT, March     
2014    
Examiner.com, "Artists explore 'Other Worlds' in new group exhibition," review by Alison Martin, thirteen photos, New York, NY, March
2014     
Art World News, "Jill Slaymaker Curates Exhibit," Sarah Seamark, color photo, Wellspring Communications, Rowayton, CT, March
2013     
D1TV, "Melanz," television interview with curator Beata Szechy, Barabas Villa Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
2013    
Bomb Magazine, "Blaze Thir Parts in Englyssche," by Andrea Quaid, color photo, May issue           
2013    
Art World News, "Jill Slaymaker: Music and Art Exhibit," (color image), Sarah Seamark, Jan., Wellspring Communications, Inc., Rowayton CT
2013    
New Markets for Artists, profile, Brainard Carey, Allworth Press, New York, NY
2013    
At the Edge magazine, (two images), Michael Felber, Jan., New York, NY
2012    
Art World News, "Jill Slaymaker's Iconic Women," (color image), Sarah Seamark, April 12, Wellspring Communications, Inc., Rowayton, CT      
2011    
Sun Star, "International Art Exhibition Opens at Museo Dabawenyo Today," (two images), Dec. 16, Davao, Philippines
2011     
Mindanao Times, "Ay Exposicion de Pinas - an International Art Exhibition," Dec. 14, Mindanao, Philippines
2011    
At the Edge, magazine, (7 color images), Mike Felber, New York, NY                             2010     2011
New York Times Online, "Artists Weigh in on What Matters Most," review by Andrew Revkin, April 9, New York, NY                 
2010     
University of the West of England Book Arts Newsletter, No. 57,  "A Reader's Art: A Book Artist's Vision Becomes a Ten Year Tradition," review by Zach Pearl, Bristol, England, May
2009    
Revolutionary Road (Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio), film, art materials used, NYC
2007-2009
NBC TV, Lipstick Jungle, eight artworks featured, New York, NY
2004    
New York One television interview; facilitated Studio in a School community collage project at Trinity Church, related to Sept. 11, New York, NY
1998    
Guest Artist on Chelsea Journal television, with Viktor Allen, NYC
1997    
Featured in film, States of Humanity, directed by Alex Vermeulen, Rotterdam Film Festival; MUSE, NYC; Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands; Museum of Contemporary Art, Antwerp, Belgium
1997    
Living Buddhism magazine, "Jill Slaymaker: The Art of Infinite Connections," cover story (seven images; front and back covers), by Leslie Wines, New York, NY, March
1994    
Manhattan Network Television, "Jill Slaymaker at Gallery Juno," Onstage with PAS, interview with Viktor Allen, New York, NY, July 17-19
1994     
Indianapolis Register, Gallery Watch, "Mother-Daughter Artists Appear at Editions Ltd.," February, Indianapolis, IN
1990    
The Village Voice, "Tianemen Show Gutted," review by Lewis Franci, New York, NY, July 31
1990    
Art in America Annual, "China Show," June, New York, NY
1990    
New York Newsday, "Reflections on Tianeman," review by John Delmar, New York, NY, May 
1990    
New York Press, "Behind Closed Doors," review by John Strausbaugh, New York, NY, June 5
1990     
Journal of Seattle, "Controversial Tianemen Art Show," review by John Lau, Seattle, WA
1989    
The Village Voice, "Open Doors," review by Kim Levin, New York, NY, Nov. 14
1989    
Artspiral,"Politics of Art in a Multi-Cultural Society," winter issue, review by Peter Kwong and Dusanka Miscevic, New York, NY
1988    
Downtown, "Cool Passions - Jill Slaymaker at Jon Gerstad Gallery," review by Leonard Horowitz, New York, NY, March 16
1987    
Preview, "Jill Slaymaker's Mannequins," summer issue, review by JoyBlair Nager, NYC
1987    
The Miami News, "Trans-Atlantic Micro '87," review by L.J. Ahlander, Miami, FL, August 21
1987    
Miami Herald, "Creativity Blooms as Size Shrivels," review by H. Kohen, Miami, August 12
1987    
108, "Microstress New," review by J.J., New York, NY, July/August
1987    
Manhattan Arts, "East Village Shows," review by Joy Blair Nager, New York, NY, June
1986    
East Village Eye, "Homeless Representation," review by Lucy Lippard, New York, NY, Oct.
1986    
Daily News, "Art Lovers Have a Heart," by Dinah Prince, NYC, May 21
1985    
Indianapolis Star, "Brush Strokes," by Marion Garmell, Indianapolis, IN, April
1985    
Manhattan Cable Television, solo guest artist on "Art Attack" segment of You Ought to be Famous, hosted by Tricia R. Wexler, New York, NY, Dec.

CURATORIAL
2016              
Consultant, group show to benefit Amirah, curated by Laurette Viletti-Folk, Compassion Project: an Anthology, Porter Mill Gallery, Beverly, MA
 
2015             
Consultant/Co-Curator, The Compassion Project: An Anthology, North Shore Community College, Danvers, CT
 
2014              
Curator, Other Worlds, group exhibition of thirteen artists, exploring the idea of alternate, multiple and simultaneous realities through photography, collage, printmaking, painting, sculpture and book art, Skylight Gallery (Chelsea), New York, NY
 
2014                
Curator, Eye Candy, group exhibition of eight contemporary artists, celebrating the sensations of summer and childhood through assemblage, drawing, collage, installation, painting, photography and sculpture, Jadite Gallery, New York, NY
 
BOOK COVERS

2019    
Tales Untold, by Elizabeth Ginsburg, Shakespeare & Co., New York, NY
2019    
Goodbye Toothless House, Kelly Fordon, Kattywompus Press 
2012    
The Street Where We Live, Kelly Fordon, Rock in the River Literary Series, Standing Rock Cultural Arts, Kent, Ohio
1991    
Big Squeeze, Jim Cimi, Soho Press, New York, NY
 
 
PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Caroline Kennedy, Ambassador's residence, Tokyo, Japan
Davis Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona, Spain
Asian American Arts Center, New York, NY
Baricua College, Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Dermatology, Brooklyn, NY
Hungarian Cultural Center, Budapest, Hungary and Dallas, TX
 J.M. Boehm Company, New Orleans, LA
 Texas A & M, Commerce, TX
 Fulton County Arts Council, Atlanta, GA
 Judith A. Hoffberg Archive at the Library of the University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
 The Kreisberg Group, Ltd., New York, NY
 Teaco Corporation, Chicago, IL
 University of Iowa, Iowa City, IO
 
 
PRIVATE COLLECTIONS include Assisi, Berlin, Chicago, Dusseldorf, Hong Kong, Istra, Los Angeles, Mallorca, Melbourne, New York, Paris, Rome, Stuttgart, Sydney
 
 
AFFILIATIONS/HONORS
Lecturer, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Advisory Board, Project Rembrandt, Grey Art Gallery, New York, NY
Residency, La Macina di San Cresci, Greve, Italy
Residency, Artestudio Ginestrelle, Assisi, Italy
Residency, Dorset Colony, Dorset, VT
Residency, Ursa Major, Copake, NY
Fellowships (three), The Hambidge Center, Rabun Gap, GA 
Invitee, Millay Colony, Austerlitz, NY
Grant, Hell’s Kitchen Foundation, New York, NY
Guest speaker, Waikato Institute of Technology, Hamilton, New Zealand
Guest speaker, historical museums in Zenica and Sarajevo, US Embassy in Bosnia
Guest speaker, William Patterson College, Patterson, NJ
Guest speaker, East Texas State University, Commerce, TX
Guest speaker, Texas A & M, Commerce, Texas
Teaching artist, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY
Teaching artist, Studio in a School, New York, NY
Inspiration Award, The Peace Project, Whole Nine, Los Angeles, CA
 
 
EDUCATION
 
1995    School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
1981    M.F.A., Painting, Texas A & M University, Commerce, TX
1979    B.A., Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
1978   University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM