Anne Rowland

Resume

  • Born 1957, Washington, DC
  • Lives & Works in New York City and Bluemont, VA

EDUCATION

  • California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA, 1987-1989
  • School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA/Tufts University, Medford, MA, BFA, 1980-1982

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2011

  • Hemphill Fine Arts,”Anne Rowland”, Washington, DC

2006

  • Hemphill Fine Arts,”Private Property”, Washington, DC

1993

  • Jayne H. Baum Gallery,”Dictu Sanctificare”, New York, NY

1991

  • Greg Kucera Gallery,”Dictu Sanctificare”, Seattle, WA
  • Zoe Gallery,”Dictu Sanctificare” Boston, MA

1990

  • The Tartt Gallery,”Dictu Sanctificare”, Washington, DC
  • Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX

1988

  • Robert B. Menschel Gallery, “Persona”, Syracuse, NY

1987

  • Zoe Gallery, Boston, MA,

1986

  • Burlington County College, Pemberton, NJ
  • School of Art, University of Denver, Denver, CO

1983

  • Hera Cooperative Gallery, Wakefield, RI

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2013

  • Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Self, Model, and Self as Other
  • Hemphill Fine Arts, Represent, Washington, D.C.
  • Rebekah Jacob Gallery, Somewhere in the South: A Celebration of Southern Photographers for Spoleto, Charleston, SC
  • Hemphill Fine Arts, Artist Citizen, Washington, D.C.

2011

  • The Academy Art Museum, Constructed Spaces: Contemporary Color Photography, Easton, MD

2009

  • Carroll Square Gallery, 18 Mammals, Washington, DC

2008

  • Hemphill/The Photography Show NY, Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY

2007

  • Hemphill/The Photography Show NY, Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY

2005

  • Charles Cowles Gallery, A Summer Group, New York, NY

2004

  • Hemphill Fine Arts, Opening on 14th, Washington DC
  • Exit Art, The Presidency, New York, NY

2003

  • Exit Art, Reconstruction Biennial, New York, NY

1999

  • The Ansel Adams Center for Photography, Phenomena: The Poetics of Science, San Francisco, CA

1998

  • VU Gallery, Western Washington University,
  • True Fabrications, Bellingham, WA York, NY
  • Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Recycling Art History, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Tampa Museum of Art, The Classical Nude, Tampa, FL
  • The St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts, Collector’s Vision: 20th Century Photographs from Private Collections, St. Petersberg, FL

1997

  • Bumbershoot Festival, Celebrity: Figures of Fame, Fortune, Heroism, and Infamy
  • Greg Kucera Gallery Installation, Olympic Room, Seattle Center, Seattle, WA
  • Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, The Gun As Image, Tallahassee, Florida
  • School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Museum School Women and Photography Exhibition, Grossman Gallery, Boston, MA

1996

  • SF Camerawork, In Our Sights: Women Artists Look at Guns, San Francisco, CA
  • California Museum of Photography, In Our Sights: Artists Look at Guns, Riverside, CA
  • Washington Center for Photography, Trace, Washington, DC

1995

  • Gallery 400, University of Illinois, Arresting Images, Chicago, IL
  • Photographic Resource Center, New England Biennial, Boston, MA
  • Houston Center for Photography, Quotation: Art Imitates Art, Houston, TX
  • Spirit Square Center for the Arts and Education, Intimate Encounters: Photographs from the Lucinda W. Bunnen Collection, Charlotte, NC

1994

  • Greg Kucera Gallery, This Is My Body, Seattle, WA
  • Jayne H. Baum Gallery, Gallery Artists, New York, NY
  • Real Art Ways, About Face, Hartford, CT
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Curated by Trevor Fairbrother, Curator of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA
  • University of Hawaii Art Gallery, Sum of the Parts, Honolulu, HI
  • Gallery at 777, Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies, & Resolution Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, “Contemporary Collections”
  • The David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago,
  • Photographs from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. William Knight Zewadski, Chicago, IL

1993

  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Masquerade, Los Angeles, CA
  • The Tartt Gallery, The Secret Language of the Hand, Washington, DC
  • The Center for the Arts, Collector’s Choice, Vero Beach, FL

1992

  • Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery, Hollywood, Hollywood Art Center
  • College of Design, Pasadena Art Alliance, Pasadena, CA
  • The Tartt Gallery, Family Matters, Washington, DC

1991

  • Turner/Krull Gallery, Photo Salon, Los Angeles, CA
  • San Jose State University, Articulated Disparities-Negotiated Masculinity, San Jose, CA
  • Evanston Art Center, Images Don’t Lie, Evanston, IL
  • SF Camerawork, Beyond Belief, San Francisco, CA
  • Jan Kesner Gallery, Objectionable Beauty, Los Angeles, CA
  • The Fitchburg Art Museum, The Object: Found, Observed, Imagined, Fitchburg, MA
  • Maier Museum of Art, 80th Annual Exhibition, Focus on Photography: 1980-1990,
  • Randolph-Macon Women’s College, Lynchburg, VA
  • The Tartt Gallery, Washington, DC

1990

  • Greg Kucera Gallery, God and Country, Seattle, WA
  • The Photography of Invention: American Pictures of the 1980s,
  • The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL and the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
  • Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies, Annual Exhibition, Lindhurst Gallery
  • University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
  • Woodstock Artists Association, Signs of the Self: Changing Perceptions, Woodstock, NY
  • The Tampa Museum of Art, An Eye for Antiquity: Photographs from the Collection of
  • Mr. and Mrs. William Knight Zewadski, Tampa, FL

1989

  • National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, The Photography of
  • Invention: American Pictures of the 1980s, Washington, DC
  • Newport Art Museum, Photography: A Contemporary View, Newport, RI
  • Photographic Resource Center, Photography and Performance, [sidebar exhibition], Boston, MA
  • G. Ray Hawkins Gallery, Unconventional Perspectives, Los Angeles, CA
  • Zoe Gallery, Assumed Identities, Boston, MA
  • The Tartt Gallery, Taken: Photography and Death, Washington, DC

1988

  • The Tartt Gallery, New Work by Gallery Artists, Washington, DC
  • Zoe Gallery, Summer Review- Gallery Artists, Boston, MA

1981

  • The Tartt Gallery, Animae Venatories, Washington, DC
  • Zoe Gallery, Summer Review- Gallery Artists, Boston, MA
  • Vault Gallery, Boston Baroque: Elements of Drama in Contemporary Art, Boston, MA
  • Curated by the DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA

1986

  • Institute of Contemporary Art, 50th Anniversary Celebration, Boston, MA
  • Zoe Gallery, Summer Review-Gallery Artists, Boston, MA
  • Rayburn House Office Building, Contemporary Art of the Commonwealth, Washington, DC
  • Twentieth Century, Contemporary Art of the Commonwealth, Boston, MA
  • Clarence Kennedy Gallery, Cambridge, MA
  • Light Work, Syracuse, NY

1985

  • Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston Now: Photography, Boston, MA
  • Laurence Miller Gallery, No Shadows: Recent Photographic Self-Portraiture, New York, NY

1984

  • The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Twelve on 20 x 24, Boston, MA
  • The Revolving Museum, The Little Train That Could Show, Boston, MA
  • Second Street Gallery, Flash: An Aesthetic, Charlottesville, VA
  • Sioux City Art Center, Contemporary Color Photography, Sioux City, IA
  • Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA

1983

  • Neikrug Photographica Rated X, Neikrug Photographica, New York, NY
  • The Art Institute of Boston, Photographs in Color, Gallery East, Boston, MA

1981

  • Intuitiveye Gallery, Surrealism in Photography, Washington, DC

AWARDS

1986

  • National Endowment for the Arts Visual Artists Fellowship

1985

  • Massachusetts Artists Fellowship in Photography, Massachusetts Council on the Arts and Humanities

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY – Catalogues and Books

1997

  • Palladino-Craig, Allys. Bang! The Gun As Image, Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, FL

1995

  • Berger, Maurice, et al. Constructing Masculinity, Dia Center for the Arts, New York, NY, reproduction
  • Chan, Gaye. Sum of the Parts, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI
  • Goldstein, Laurence. The Male Body, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, MI, b&w reproduction
  • Kroff, Linda. Intimate Encounters: Photographs from the Lucinda W. Bunnen Collection,
  • Spirit Square Center for the Arts and Education, Charlotter, NC, b&w reproduction
  • Muellner, Nick, et al. Apocalypso, Quiver No. 12, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Elkins Park, PA, four color reproductions

1993

  • Bloom, John. Photography at Bay: Interviews, Essays, and Reviews. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM, b&w reproduction

1992

  • Fehlau, Fred. Hollywood Hollywood, Art Center College of Design, Pasedena, CA, color reproduction
  • Martens, Anne. Contact, The Washington Center for Photography, Washington, DC, Spring, b&w reproduction

1991

  • Hoone, Jeffrey. Contact Sheet 70, Light Work, Syracuse, NY, color reproduction

1989

  • Smith, Joshua P. The Photography of Invention: American Pictures of the 1980s,
  • National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, color reproduction

1988

  • Hoone, Jeffrey. Persona, Robert B. Menschel Gallery, Syracuse, NY, color reproduction

1986

  • Hoone, Jeffrey. Contact Sheet 52, Light Work, Syracuse, NY, color reproduction

1985

  • Sussman, Elizabeth. Boston Now: Photography, The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA, b&w reproduction
  • Sweetman, Alex. The New Portrait, Quiver No. 2, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, two color reproductions

1984

  • Holmes, Jon. Twelve on 20 x 24, New England Foundation for the Arts, Boston, MA, color reproduction

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY- Articles

2013

  • Glentzer, Molly  Exhibits expose new ways of looking at photographs,  Houston Chronicle August 18, 2013
  • Pennywark, Michael  Mirror, Mirror,  Free Press Houston  July 4, 2013
  • Jenkins, Mark  A quartet of gallery summer group shows,  Washington Post, July 12, 2013

2011

  • Jenkins, Mark, Anne Rowland: Hemphill, Review, Washington Post, April 2011

2006

  • Wennerstrom, Nord, Anne Rowland: Hemphill, Review, ArtForum, May 2006
  • Turrentine, Jeff, Pictures at a Demolition, The Washington Post, March 30, 2006
  • Jacobson, Louis, Private Property, Washington City Paper, March 10, 2006

1999

  • Jenkins, Steve Phenomena: The Poetics of Science, Camerawork, Volume 26, No. 1. Spring/Summer 1999

1997

  • Farr, Sheila Visual Art, Seattle Weekly, August 27
  • Safran, Verna. Shooting Gallery, Q Magazine [Tallahassee, FL], February
  • Updike, Robin. That Face, O’Brien, Pat. Sights On Guns, The Press-Enterprise (Riverside, CA) March 10

1995

  • Camper, Greg. Taking Aim At Weapons, Chicago Reader, September 15
  • Smith, Warren Allen. Humanist Potpourri, Free Inquiry, Summer 1995, Vol. 15, No. 3
  • Stamets, Bill. Art: A Warm Gun, A Wet Paintbrush, Chicago Sun-Times, September 29
  • Temin, Christine. Photos that aren’t as pretty as a picture, The Boston Globe, October 17

1994

  • Goldstein, Laurence. The Male Body, Michigan Quarterly Review, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, b&w reproduction
  • Raynor, Vivian. Oddly Artistic Look at Real Art Ways, The New York Times [Connecticut edition], June 19
  • Rose, Joan. Art show more than the sum of its parts, The Honolulu Advertiser, September 4

1993

  • Duncan, Michael. Hollywood, Hollywood, Art Issues, Los Angeles, California, No. 26, January/February

1992

  • Barosh, Miyoshi. Now Time, Los Angeles, CA, Issue 1, color reproduction

1991

  • Bonetti, David. Alternative Transformations, The San Francisco Examiner, San Francisco, CA, August 9
  • Brown, Richard L. The Anatomy of God, Reflex, Seattle, WA, May/June, b&w reproduction
  • De Genevieve, Barbara. No More Heroes, S.F. Camerawork Quarterly, Summer/Fall, two b&w reproductions
  • Howe, Graham and Perez, Pilar. Portfolio 1991 Southern California, Framework, Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies, Los Angeles, CA, Vol. 4, Issue 2, reproduction
  • McKenna, Kristine. Photographic Beautification Project, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, CA, May 21, b&w reproduction
  • Stapen, Nancy. Four Artists Show Traditional Images in a New Light, The Boston Globe, Boston, MA, March 28, b&w reproduction

1990

  • Brunsman, Laura. Questions of Sacrilege and Patriotism, Artweek, San Francisco, CA,
  • October 25 Thorson, Alice. Holy Pictures, The City Paper, Washington, DC, July 27, b&w reproduction

1989

  • White, Garrett. Photography in L.A.: The Emerging Image, L.A. Style, Los Angeles, CA, June, reproduction

1987

  • Gilroy, Roger W. Notes on New Talent, New Art Examiner, Chicago, IL, Volume 15, No. 2, October, b&w reproduction
  • Peary, Gerald. Photographer Tells Her Own Chilling Tale, The Toronto Globe and Mail, Toronto, CAN, January 3, p. C3, three reproductions
  • Wise, Kelly. Portraits Like Shattered Mirrors, The Boston Globe, Boston MA, September 2, b&w reproduction

1986

  • Aziz, Anthony. Photographs by Anne Rowland, Views: The Journal of Photography in New England, No. 2, Vol. 15, Fall
  • Chayat, Sherry. Artists Capture Themselves in Powerful Photos, Syracuse Herald American Stars Magazine, Syracuse, NY, February 9, p. 9, b&w reproduction
  • Peary, Gerald. Intimations of Violence, Boston Magazine, Boston, MA, January
  • Wise, Kelly. Caught Up in Power Games, The Boston Globe, Boston, MA, May 26, b&w reproduction

1985

  • Garboden, Clif. Recent Developments: The ICA Mixes It Up, Boston Phoenix, July 23, pps. 3 & 10, b&w reproduction

1983

  • Byers, C. George. Photo-Bio, Newport This Week, Newport, RI, b&w reproduction
  • Pantalone, John. Anne Rowland; Sherrill Edwards Hunnibell at Hera Cooperative Gallery,
  • Wakefield, RI Art New England, October, b&w reproduction