Gallery Representation
Zolla/Lieberman Gallery, Chicago, IL
Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY
John Weber Gallery, New York, NY (1986-2000)

2001-03           MPS, Interactive Telecommunications Program, Tisch School of the Arts, NYU
1980-82           BFA, School of Visual Arts, New York
1978-80           Boston University, Boston, MA

Selected Fellowships, Awards and Residencies
2006    Agop Agopoff Prize, National Academy 181st Exhibition, NYC, NY
2002    May and Samuel Rudin Family Scholarship, New York University, NY, NY
2001    Tim Nye Scholarship, New York University, New York, NY
1998    The New York Foundation for the Arts: Architecture/Environmental Structures
1998    The Virginia A. Groot Foundation
1998    The YADDO Corporation
1995    The Mac Dowell Colony
1989-90 The Indo-America Fellowship
1989    Fulbright Fellowship (declined to accept the Indo-American)
1982    School of Visual Arts Rhodes Family Award

2005    Alleyways – MTA Arts for Transit, New York, NY
2000    Waterway – MTA Arts for Transit: Franklin Street Subway Station, New York, NY
1997    World Views, Deutsche Bank, NYC, organized by Liz Christianson and Creative Time,
1995    The Rotunda Gallery, Site-specific Installation, Brooklyn, NY

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2018    Intersections, Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY
2016    Susan Leopold, Zolla/Lieberman Gallery, Chicago, IL
2015    Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY
2012    Interiors Disrupted, Flad Gallery, The Butler Institute of America Art, Youngstown, OH
2011    Interiors Disrupted, Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY
2009    Complex, Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY
2005    Castles and Untold Stories, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY
2004    Uncharted Perspectives, The Bronfman Center Gallery – New York University, NYC,
2003    Susan E. Leopold: Mixed-Up Worlds, MassMOCA-Kidspace, North Adams, MA
2003    Tornado Room and Other Eccentric Spaces, Suzanne H. Arnold Gallery -Lebannon Valley College, Lancaster, PA
2003    Mirrors and Motion, The Discovery Museum, Bridgeport, CT
1999    John Weber Gallery, New York, NY
1999    Small Works Gallery, Las Vegas, NV
1998    One Must Have a Mind of Winter, Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA
1997    Fractured Still Life, Corner Window – Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia College, Chicago IL
1997    Transvertical, Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1996    The Sawhill Gallery, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA
1993    John Weber Gallery, New York, NY

Selected Group Exhibitions
2018     In Studio: BMCC Faculty Show, Shirley Fiterman Art Center, Borough of Manhattan Community College,
2015     New York NY
2017    Street Smart – SVA Alumni Exhibition– SVA Chelsea Gallery, NY, NY
2017     Connection II: An Invitational Exhibition of Artists Selecting Artists, Atlantic Gallery, NY, NY
2017     New Gallery / New Work, Elizabeth Harris Gallery,  NY, NY
2016    Art/Works, Shirley Fiterman Art Center, Borough of Manhattan Community College, NY, NY
2015    All Together Different-LES Survey Show, The Manny Cantor Center, New York, NY
2017    BMCC Faculty Art Exhibition, Shirley Fiterman Art Center, New York, NY
2014    D(RAW), Bullet Space, New York, NY
2013    Winter Exhibition, Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, NY
2011    Fracturing the Burning Glass: Between Mirror and Meaning, The Institute of Contemporary Art
2011    at Maine College of   Art, Portland, ME
2010     Summer Show, Elizabeth Harris Gallery, NYC NY
2010     Collecting for a New Millennium: Recent Acquisitions 2000-2010, The Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY
2010     Celebrating10th Anniversary of Kidspace, MassMoca – Kidsapce, North Adams, MA
2008    Site Specific 08, Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY
2008    Stretching the Truth, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI
2007-08 Written on the Wind: The Flag Project, The Rubin Museum of Art, NYC, NY
2007    Black/White and Read, Center for Book Arts, NYC, NY
2006    Math and New Media, New Image Gallery-James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA
2006    National Academy 181St Annual Exhibition, Nation Academy, NYC, NY
2005    In Practice, The Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY
2004    Gigantism, Gigantic Art Space, NYC, NY
2004    101 Ways, Visual Arts Gallery: curators, Jerry Saltz and Rachel Gugleberger, NYC, NY
2004    IV Salon de Arte Digital, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Havana, Cuba
2004   Reflex/Reflejo, Art & Idea, Mexico City, Mexico
2001    Expanding Tradition, Lobby Gallery at Deutsche Bank, New York, NY
1998    Structures, Nations Bank Plaza Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina
1996    Voyeur’s Delight, Franklin Furnace, curators Barbara Rusin and Grace Roselli
1996    People in Glass Houses, Urban Glass, Bklyn, NY, curator Alison Sky
1994    Transtextualism, curator, Sabina Ott, Mark Moore Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1993    The Illusionists, John Michael Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
1992    Contemporary Wood Sculpture, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
1989    Miniature Environments, Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris, NY
1988    Boxes, Containers and Vessels, Atlanta College of Art, Atlanta, Georgia
1988    Homage to Edward Hopper: Quoting the American Realists, Baruch College Art Gallery, NYC, NY
1987-89 The World is Round: The Artist and The Expansive Vision, Parrish Art Museum, South Hampton, NY
1987    Fictional Spaces, curator Jackie Battenfield, Brooklyn, NY
1987    The Gallery Show, Exit Art, New York, NY
1983    Terminal New York, Brooklyn, NY
1982    New Sculpture: Icon and Environment, curator, Susan Sollins, ICI, NYC
1982    Down and Out of New York: Documenting New York Guerrilla Shows, Wake Forest University Fine Arts Gallery,  1982    1982    Winston-Salem, NC

Selected Public Collections
The Butler Institute of America Art, Youngstown, OH
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
Chase Manhattan Bank, New York, NY
First National Bank of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Progressive Corporate Art, Mayfield, Ohio
The University of Alberta Library, Alberta, Canada
Biblioteca Centrale Firenze, Florence, Italy
The Deutsche Bank, New York, New York
The Rockwell Group, Inc.

Selected Bibliography
Sollins, Susan, “Views by Women Artists,” New Sculpture: Icon and Environment, New Chapter of the Women’s Caucus for Art, NY, 1982
Brenson, Michael, “A Bountiful Season in Outdoor Sculpture Reveals New Sensibility,” The New York Times, July 18, 1986
Hayt-Atkins, Elizabeth, “Jack Goldstein and Susan Leopold at John Weber Gallery,” ARTnews, Dec l988, p. 154
Rimanelli, David, “Susan Leopold at John Weber,” Artforum, Dec 1988, p. 122
Woodward, Richard B., “Taking Toys Seriously: Mini Movement or Sideshow?” The New York Times,Feb 26, 1989
Gear, Josephine, Miniature Environments, brochure, The Whitney Museum of American Art, Aug 1989
Russell, John, “Some Masterly Work of Microcosmic Stature,” The New York Times, 8-11-89
Tallmer, Jerry, “Miniature Show: It’s a Small World,” New York Post. Sept 8, 1989
Waterman, Daniel, “Miniature Environment at the Whitney Museum,” ARTnews, 2-90, p.163
Prentice, Nora, “Susan Leopold: A Space of My Own,” Span Magazine. New Delhi, 10-1990
“Goings on About Town,” The New Yorker, April 15, 1991, p. 13
Miller, John, review, Artforum, summer 1991, p. 113-114
Artforum – COVER, March 1992, p. 87
Kidd, David Elliot, “The Art of Susan Leopold” Columbia: A Magazine of Poetry and Prose, Fall 1991, p. 155-162
Johnson, Ken, Art in America, July 1993
Kimmelman, Michael “The Exquisite Corpse Rises from the Dead”, New York Times, Nov 7, 1993. p. 41
Foerstner, Abigail, ‘Winter Exhibits Feature Visionary Images, Past and Present,” Chicago Tribune, Dec 2, 1994
Levin, Gail, “Edward Hopper: His Legacy for Artists,” Edward Hopper & The American Imagination, Whitney Museum of American Art in Association with W.W. Norton & Co., New York, 1995
The Print Collector’s Newsletter, Sept-Oct 1995, p. 140- 141
Smith, Roberta, “Achor and Balm For Restless Souls,” New York Times, Aug 4, 1995
Worth, Alexi, THE NEW YORKER, Sept 4, 2000, pg. 21
Johnson, Ken, “Invented Spaces,” The New York Times, Jan 19, 2001
Holland, Cotter, “Expanding Tradition,” The New York Times,” May 4, 2000, pg. 33
Scott, Andrea, “Expanding Tradition,” THE NEW YORKER, May 14, 2000, pg. 26
Ebony, David, “2000 Public Art in Review,” Art In America, Annual 2001-2002, pg. 51
Genocchio, Benjamin, New York Times, “Works that Suggest Kaleidoscopic Vision” 8- 28-2005
Payne, Joshua, One Museum, two Approaches to Art ”New York Times” Aug 20, 2005
Lawrence, Alexa, “Susan Leopold at Elizabeth Harris Gallery,” ArtNews2015, pg 112 May, 2015

Teaching/Academic Positions
2005 – Present  Parsons the New School of Design
2009 – Present  Borough of Manhattan Community College
2010 – Summer – Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation, Colorado Springs, CO
2003 – 2006     LREI-7th and 8th grade art and fine art and digital media instructor
2001 -2003      Photography and Imaging Department, Tisch School of the Arts
2000-2001      PS 20, Anna Silver School of Art and Technology, NYC Art teacher
1998-2000       The Leadership High School- Arts Partners: Art, Literacy and the Classroom;
1998-2000       sponsors the Annenberg Foundation & Henry Street Settlement, NYC
1998-1997      The Anderson Ranch, Mixed Media Workshop, Snowmass Village, Colorado
1996                Urban Family Center Homeless Shelter/Henry Street Settlement – Summer Youth Program, NYC
1995-1996      The Cooper Union/Extended Studies Program, Mixed Media Workshop; NY
1994-2000      Artist in Residence: Henry Street Settlement, New York, NY
1984-1990      Young Artists Painting Workshop, Dr White Community Center (Founder and Director), Brooklyn, NY