Awards & Residencies:

2013 Grin City Residency, Grinnell, Iowa

2011 Peter S. Reed Foundation Grant, Painting

2010 Pratt Institute Faculty Fund Award

2008 Tong Xian Residency, (Tilton Gallery) Beijing, China

2002 Santa Fe Art Institute, 9/11 Residency, Santa Fe, New Mexico

2001 Pratt Institute Faculty Fund Award

2000 International Studio & Curatorial Program, New York

1998 Art Omi Residency, Omi, New York

1997 Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, Award in Painting

1996 Pratt Institute Faculty Fund Award

1995 Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Virginia

1994 Corporation of Yaddo, Artist’s Residency, Saratoga Springs, NY

1992 Triangle Artists Workshop, Pine Planes, NY

1991 National Studio Award, Clocktower, P.S.1, New York

1989 National Endowment for the Arts, Award in Painting

1987 Igor Foundation Award, Award in Painting

One Person Exhibitions:

2018 Rosenberg Gallery, Hofstra University, Long Island, NY

2017 “Modern Fossils,” Cross Contemporary Art, Saugerties, NY

2015 “Animal Spirits,” Cross Contemporary Art, Saugerties, NY

2014 “Stacked Waterfall,” film Istallation, Gridspace windows, Brooklyn, NY

2012 “Animal Spirits ” The Proposition Gallery, LES, NYC

2011 “Occupy Wall Street, Creon Gallery, NYC Installation and Video Interviews

2009 “Animal Spirits” Curator: Paul Smart, Kleinert James Art Center, Woodstock, N.Y 

         “Animal Spirits,” Creon Gallery, NY, NY 

         “Noma Gallery, San Francisco, CA (catalogue)

2007 “Star Nebulae” Pool Art Fair, Miami, FL

2005 “Field/City,” Proposition Gallery, New York, NY

2003 “Paintings & Digital Clones,” Proposition Gallery, New York, NY

2003 A. R. T., New York, NY

2000 Eckert Fine Art,Naples, FL.

1999 “Conversation Exhibition,” Art Resources Transfer, New York, NY

1998 “Paintings 1995-98,” E,M. Donahue Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue)

1997 “Future Byzantium,” Haines Gallery, San Francisco , CA.

1996 Ben Shahn Gallery, W. Paterson College, Wayne, NJ.

         Galerie Asbæk, Copenhagen, Denmark

         Towson University Art Gallery, Baltimore, Md .

1995 E.M. Donahue Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue)

1994 “Botanicals,” Littlejohn/Sternau Gallery, New York, NY

         “Paintings,” Betsy Rosenfield Gallery, Chicago

1993 “Botanical Monoprints,”Frankel Nathanson Gallery, Maplewood, NJ

          “Lexicons of Paradise,”E.M. Donahue Gallery, New York

          “Lexicons of Paradise,” New York Academy of Sciences, New York

1992 “Paradise,”Betsy Rosenfield Gallery, Chicago

1991 “Paradisiacal Lexicon,” E. M. Donahue, New York

          Bannister Gallery,Rhode Island College, Rhode Island

1990 E.M. Donahue Gallery, New York (catalogue)

1989 Mincher/Wilcox Gallery, San Francisco

1988 “Biological Impressionism,” E.M. Donahue, New York (cata)

1987 “Natural Selection,” Ground Zero, New York

1986 “Recent Paintings,” Limbo Gallery, New York

1985 “Modern Fossils,” Khiva Gallery, San Francisco

1984 “Modern Fossils,” M-13 Gallery, New York

         “Modern Fossils,” Fashion Moda, Bronx, NY

Group Exhibitions:

2017 “New New York Abstraction,” The Curator Gallery, New York, NY

          “Take Home a Nude, (NY Academy of Art)” Sotheby’s, NY

         “White Out,”Cross Contemporary Art, Saugerties, NY

2016 “Voyage of the Beagle,”Radiator Gallery, Long Island City, NY

          “Cowgirls,” Bric Gallery, Catskill, NY

2015  “Fleurs Fatales,” Robert Ober Gallery, Kent, CT

          “Shifting Ecologies II,” Athens Cultural Center, Athens, NY

          “New New York Abstraction,” University of Hawaii, Honolulu

           Walter Wickiser Gallery, NY

          “Collaborative Practices,” Pratt Institute Library, Brooklyn, NY

           “Dogs & Cats,” Mark Miller Gallery, NY, NY

           “Places and Things,” Dorian Grey Gallery, East Village, NY

           “100 Women Artists’ Portraits,” Long Island University, Salena Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

            “Paper Trail,” Van Der Plas Gallery, NY, NY

            “Red, Yellow, Orange,” Van Der Plas Gallery, NY

2014 “Shifting Ecologies,” Curator: Marianne Van Lent, The Painting Center, New York, NY (catalogue)

         “Wish You Were Here 13,” AIR Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

          “Benefit,” Five Myles Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

         “Second Nature,”Barbara Archer Gallery, Atlanta, GA

         “Feral Objects,”  Creon Gallery, New York, NY

         “Crull & Cyphers,” Curator: Anthony Haden-Guest, Roger Smith Hotel,New York

         “Forces of Nature,” Curator: L.Banner, Schaffler Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

2013 “Heat Resistance Chaos” Curator: Alyssa. Fanning, Radiator Gallery, LIC, NY (catalogue)

         “Popsicle,” 128 Rivington Gallery, New York

         “Women’s History Month Invitational,” VanDeb Editions, New York, NY

         “Sideshow Nation,” Sideshow Gallery, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY

         “Loft In The Red Zone; 9/11 Tribute,” Moscow, Russia

2012 “Whale Oil to Whole Foods,” Curators: C. Rupp & F. Potash,

         Green County Center for Art, Catskill, NY

         “Cowgirls,” Sideshow, Brik Gallery, Catskill, NY

         “Getting From Here to There,” APF Gallery, Fuller Building,

         Curator: RG Edelman, NY

2011 Pink Gallery, Seoul, Korea

         Loft In The Red Zone, JP Morgan Wall Street, NYC

         “Crossing Disciplines: Books,”Schaffler Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY.

2010-11 “Fracking:Art and Activism Against the Drill,” EXIT ART, New York, NY.

2010 “Grace Project,” Door Art Fair, Seoul, Korea (catalogue)

         “Two Way Mirror,” Curated by David Gibson, Zea May Print Center, Northhampton, MA.

         “Dialectical Landscapes,” Curated by Alyssa Fanning, Seton Hall University, Newark, NJ

         “Metaphysical Materialism,” Curated by Pam Longobardi, Tinney Contemporary Art,

         Nashville, TN. (catalogue with essay by Peter Frank)

         BAU Institute Print Portfolio, Art Finance Partners, New York, NY.

         “Color, But No Apologies,” Curated by Evan Levine, Broadway Suites, New York, NY.

         “Starter Kit for Collectors,” Curated by Tom Corn, Tribes Gallery, New York, NY.

         “What Matters Most,” Curated by Amy Lipton, EXIT Art, New York, NY.

         “Ides of March,” ABC No Rio, New York, NY.

         “Estonia,” Curated by Jaanika Peerna, New York, NY>

2009 “Eye/World,” Curated by Emily Cheng, Harlen, NY. (catalogue)

         “Pierogi A Go-Go,” Pierogi Boiler Room, Brooklyn, NY.

         “Slow News International,” Art Under the Garage, Honolulu, HA

2008 “Fundamental Abstraction,” Cheryl Haines Gallery, San Francisco, CA

         “Entropic Renovators,” Broadthinking, Art Now Fair, New York, NY.

         “Cosmological Map”, Broadthinking, ABC No Rio, New York, NY

2007 “Pierogi Flat File Show,” Curated by Austin Thomas, Pocket Utopia Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.

         “HOWL,” Bowery Poetry Club, New York, NY.

         “Sensing Peace,”Benefit Event, Pier 23, San Francisco, Ca.

         “Broadthinking,” Silent Space Gallery, Kingston, NY .

         “Bryant St. Gallery” Affordable Art Fair, New York, NY.

2006 “Aids Benefit,” Sikkema Gallery, New York, NY.

         “December Group.”Leslie Heller Gallery, New York, NY

         “Mixdtrix,” Curated by Jeff Wright, Thompkins Square Library Gallery, New York, NY.

         “Group Show,” Curated by Jim Cornwall,Silent Space Gallery, Kingston, NY

         “Faculty Exhibition,” Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

         “Group Show,” AIR Gallery, New York, NY.

2005 “ABC NoRio,”, Deitch Projects, New York, NY.

         “East Village,” Hal Bromm Gallery, New York, NY.

         “Crossing Disciplines – Drawing,” Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

2004 Yaddo Benefit Exhibition & Auction, NY

         “Girls & Guns,” The Proposition, NY

         “Howl,” Benefit , Sorensin Foundation, NY

2003 “Wandering Library,” Traveling to Jewish Museum, Venice, Italy; Tel Aviv Museum, Israel. (catalogue)

         “Genetic Expressions: Art After DNA,” Heckscher Museum, Huntington, NY.

         “Howl,” Orinsanz Foundation, New York,NY

2002 “Reactions,” Exit Art, NYC

         “Cubarism,”Gallery X, Bronx, NY.

         Yaddo Auction, NYC

         Chicago Art Fair, Chicago

2001 “Yaddo Variations,” New York, NY.

         “Ground Zero,” Gallery X, Bronx, NY.

         “Ground Zero,” Max Fish, New York, NY.

         “Gallery Group,” Donahue Sosinski Gallery, New York, NY.

         “Chromatic Cryptology,” Tribes Gallery, New York, NY.

2000 International Studio Program, New York, NY.

         “Faculty Exhibition,” Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

         “Postcards from the Edge,” Andrew Krebs Gallery, New York, NY.

         “ArtWalk,” studio tour, Coalition for the Homeless,New York, NY.

         “Choices, Painting,” Donahue Sosinski Gallery, New York

         “2000,” Donahue Sosinski Gallery, New York, NY.

         International Artists’ Museum, New York

1999 “Wildflower,” Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY, (catalogue)

         “Artwalk,” Coalition for the Homeless, New York, NY.

         “East Village Revival,” Cortland Jessup Gallery, New York, NY

         “Group,”Art Resources Transfer

         “Land of 1000 Galleries – East Village,”cur: Gracie Mansion, Life Cafe, NY

1998 “Absolute Secret”,McKee Gallery, New York

         “Women Artists in Vogel Collection”, National Gallery of Art, Washington., D.C.

         “Tribute to Tibet”, Donahue Sosinski Gallery, New York

         “Group,” Art Resources Transfer

1997 “Drawings,”M 13 Gallery, New York

         “Ten Views”, AAA Gallery, New York

         “Anniversary Show”, AIR Gallery, New York

         “Artwalk”, New York

1996 Cologne Art Fair, Cologne,Germany

         Art on Paper, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro, NC

         “Prints from Solo Impressions”, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington D.C.

         “Artwalk “, New York

         “New York”, Andrea Pintsch, Munich, Germany

         “Photographism in Painting”, Pratt Manhattan & Schaffler Galleries, N Y (cata)

         “Graphics from Solo Impression”, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, N Y

         “Artist as Curator, Curator as Artist,” Bergen Museum of Art & Science, NJ (cata)

1995 “Summer Group,” Galerie Asbæk, Copenhagen, Denmark

         “Pulp Fiction”, Gallery A, Chicago, IL.

         “Semaphore – Placing the Mark,” Art Initiatives, New York, NY.

         “Reinventing the Emblem”, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT

         “Celestial to Earthly,” Curated by Jane Schneider, U.of Wisconsin at LaCrosse, WI.

1994 “100 Hearts”, Simon Watson Gallery, New York, NY.

         “Flooded Camera,” Curated by Suzanne Joelson, The Workspace, New York, NY.

         “Invitational,” Hunter College Art Gallery, New York, NY.

         “Prints, Solo Impressions,” College of Wooster Art Museum, Wooster, OH (catalogue)

         “Chicago Art Fair,”with Betsy Rosenfield Gallery, Chicago

         “A World of Maps,” Anchorage Museum of History and Art, Anchorage, Alaska. (catalogue)

         “Blast Benefit,” Curated by Jordan Crandall, TZ’Art & Co., New York, NY. (catalogue)

         “Bennington College Benefit Auction,” Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, NY.

1993 “Bomb Magazine Benefit Auction,” Fawbush Gallery, New York, NY.

         “Promotional Copy,” Guggenheim Museum Soho, New York, NY. (catalogue)

         “Scratching the Surface,” Curated by Stuart Anthony, Colgate University, Hamilton, NY. (brochure)

         “Animal Kingdom,” Champion International, Stamford, CT.

         “Paper Trails: Eidetic Image,” Krannert Art Museum, Champaign, IL. (catalogue)

         “Songs of Retribution,” Curated by Nancy Spero, Richard Anderson Gallery, New York, NY.

         “Mating Instinct,” Penine Hart Gallery, New York, NY.

         “Malta’s Cradle, Reflections on the Abyss of Time,” Solo Impressions, New York, NY

1992 “Artful Nature,” Evanston Art Center, Chicago (brochure)

         “Group,” Curated by Mia Feroleto, Anandale-on-Hudson, NY

         “Wounded Healer,” E.M. Donahue Gallery, New York, NY.

         “Process as Issue,” College of New Rochelle, Curated by Arlyne Bayer, New York, NY.

         “Nature of Science,” Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Punk Building, New York, NY; Schaffler Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.

         “Transmodern,” Baumgardner Gallery, Curated by J.W. Mahoney, Washington,D.C.

         “Consumption of Paradise, Elise Mott Ives Gallery, Curated by Paul Bridgewater, New York, NY

         “14th Annual Benefit, Center for Photography, Woodstock, NY.

         “1992 Chicago International Art Fair, Solo Press & Betsy Rosenfield Gallery,Chicago, IL.

         “Group Show,”David Beitzel Gallery, New York, NY.

         “The Retangled Bank,” Curated by Frank Gillette, E.M. Donahue Gallery, New York, NY.

         “National Studio Program Exhibition,” P.S.1, Long Island City, NY.

         “Blast Benefit Auction,” New York, NY

         “Points of View: 11 New York Artists,” Curated by E. Ginsburg, Eastern Montana College Gallery, Billings, MT.

         “Ornament,” John Post Lee Gallery, NYC

         1991“Abstract Information,” Curated by Ellen Handy, Sacred Heart University, CT

         “Bion,” Curated by Lys Martin, Betsy Rosenfield Gallery, Chicago, IL.

         Chicago Art Fair, Solo Press and Betsy Rosenfield booths

         “New Generations:New York,” Curated by Elaine King, Carnegie Institute Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA. ( catalogue)

         “Hot of the Press,” Voorhees Zimmerly Museum, Rutgers University, Rutgers, NJ

         “Monotypes,” Graham Modern, New York, NY.

         “13th Annual Benefit,” Center for Photography, Woodstock, NY

         “Prints,” Peyton Rule Gallery, Denver, CO.

         “Blast Benefit,” Curated by Jordan Crandall, NY (catalogue)

1990 “Three Person Group,” Betsy Rosenfield Gallery, Chicago, IL

         Galerie Nadeau, Philadelphia, PA

         Betsy Rosenfield Gallery, Chicago, IL

         “Natural History Recreated,” cur: E Levy, Center for Photography,Woodstock, NY

         “Collage,” Henry Feiwell, New York

         “Change of Decade,” E.M. Donahue Gallery, NYC

1989 “Climate 89, “E.M. Donahue, NYC

         Sydney Peyton Gallery, Denver, CO

1988 Mincher Wilcox Gallery, San Francisco

         “EV” Nancy Bratton Gallery, NYC

1987 “East Village,” cur: Baird Jones, Stamford Museum, CT

         Center for Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL

         “Recent Painting”, cur: Mia Feroletto, Hudson River Museum, NY

1986 “East Village Ladies Salute the South Bronx,” Fashion Moda, New York

         “Artistic License,” cur: David Ebony, Gallery New York, NY

         “Small Scale Abstraction,” Grace Borgenicht Gallery, NY

         Sales Gallery, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore

         “Illuminations, the Art of Our Future,” Art and Industry, NYC

         Summer Show, E.M. Donahue, NYC

         “Invitational,” Grace Borgenicht Gallery, NY (catalogue)

         Khiva Gallery, San Francisco

         “The Artist as Theatre,” Limbo Gallery, NY

         “Acquisitions Since, 1980,” Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT

         “Text/Texture,” Ground Zero, NY

1985 “Avenue C by the Sea,”Tower Gallery, Southhampton, NY

         “A Summer Place,” cur:David Ebony, Sarah Y. Rentschler, NY

         “The Non-Objective World 1985,” cur: S. Westfall, Kamikaze, NeYork

         “Abstract Painting,” Wolff Gallery, New York

         “Prints February 1985,” curated by M. Manning, Phenix City Gallery, NY

         “Primal Elements,” M-13 Gallery, New York

1984 “Amore Store,” Jack Tilton Gallery, New York

         “Chill-Out New York,” cur: S Kaplan, Kenkeliba, NY

         “Abstract Painting,” cur: P.Jensen, Susan Montezino Gallery, Phila, PA

         “Spititual Abstraction,” Nohra Haime Gallery, NY

         “Artschwager, Benglis, Cyphers, Halley, Obering, Parker, Christminster Fine Art,

1983 “Amore Store,” Jack Tilton Gallery, New York

         “Terminal Show,” Army Terminal Building, Brooklyn

         “3-D Photographs”, Herman Wunsche, Bonn, Germany

         Ronald Feldman Gallery, New York

         3-D Photographs, Castelli Graphics, New York

         Ceramic Forms in Art, Zim-Lerner, New York

         Recent Acquisitions, Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT

1982 “Anti-Apocalypse: Artist Respond to Nuclear Peril,” Ben Shahn Galleries, Will. Paterson College, NJ

         “Energism, Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, LA

         Soho Center for Visual Arts, NYC

         “Critical Perspectives,” P.S.1, Long Island City, NY. (catalogue)

1981 “First Energist Drawing Show,” Curated by Dr. Ronny. Cohen, Stefanotti Gallery, NY

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Haden Guest, Anthony, “Cyphers & Crull,” statement for Roger Smith Hotel, online

DiGusta, Linda, “Art and Politics: Fracking. Drawing the Line,” Revolt Mag. V 1, No.3,2013

Laluyan, Oscar,Art Has Gone to The Dogs, Venus Speaks,” Artfuse, 5/20/2013 (Photos) 

Goodman, Jonathan, “Peggy Cyphers, Animal Spirits,” Brooklyn Rail, Feb. 2013. (photo)

Martinez-White,Xiomara, “Peggy Cyphers’ Animal Spirits 2008-12,” ARTERYNYC.COM Dec 2012

AiA ,“Peggy Cyphers at The Proposition” The Lookout: A Weekly Guide to Shows You Won’t Want to Miss, Art in America, 11/29/12. (photo)

Edelman, R.G., Peggy Cyphers an Interview, ARTERYNYC.COM 2011 (photos

McClemont Doug, “Fracking: Art and Activism Against the Drill,” ART News, February 2011.

Frank, Peter, “Foreword: Remembering Nature,” catalogue essay for Tinney Contemporary Gallery, Nashville, TN, June 2010.

Walden, Deborah, “Hidden Worlds, Metaphysical Materiality, at Tinney Gallery, ” Nashville Arts Magazine, July, 2010.

Longobardi, Pam, “Hidden Worlds,” essay for ‘Metaphysical Materiality,’ Tinney Contemporary Gallery, Nashville, TN, June 2010.

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Baker, Kenneth, “Cyphers at Noma Gallery,” San Francisco Chronicle, November 28, 2009.

Wei, Lilly, “Peggy Cyphers -Neverlands,” catalogue essay for Noma Gallery Exhibition, Dec.2009.

Sparrow, “Peggy Cyphers – An Appreciation,”Kleinert James Art Gallery, catalogue essay, Woodstock, NY November 2009.

Oshiro, Joleen, “Artists Worldwide adapt to Scroll,” Star Bulletin, Honolulu, Sept.6,2009

Yung, Susan L., Broadthinking: Unnatural Acts, NY ARTS, Winter,/spring 2009.

Smart, Paul, “Drawn by the Dark, Reaching Toward the Light, Woodstock Times, 12/24/08

Baker, Kenneth, “Fundamental Abstraction”San Francisco Chronicle, July 5, 2008.

Daniels, Demetria, “Entropic Renovators,” Big Apple News, Spring 2008. (photo)

Smart, Paul, “Broad Strokes,” Broad Thinking Show review, Ulster Press, Aug 2007

Valdez, Sarah, “Peggy Cyphers”, Art In America, November 2003 (photo)

Smith, Roberta, “Peggy Cyphers,” The New York Times, Friday, May 16, 2003.

Naves, Mario,”Peggy Cyphers: Blots, Blobs and Drips,” The New York Observer, Wed. May 5, 2003

Robinson, Walter, Artnet, April 16, 2003. (photo)

Mcclelland, Eileen,”Summer Soiree,” Naples Daily News, August 24, 2000.(photo)

Pereira, Miriam,”Summer Soiree,” The News Press, Naples, Fl., July 21, 2000.(photo)

Edwards, Susan H., “WILDflowers,” Katonah Museum of Art, Cata, July-Oct. 1999..

ed.Meryman, Elizabeth, The Sciences, photo reproduction, Jan.Feb 2000.

Stone, Barbara, “New York’s New and Avante Garde Art Galleries,” City & Co. 1999.

Heartney, Eleanor, “Peggy Cyphers,” Art in America, January 1999.(photo)

Johnson, Ken, “Peggy Cyphers,” The New York Times, October 2 and 9, 1998.

Curcio, Robert, “Peggy Cyphers Topography of Time,” Cover, Number 6 1998.(photo)

Ebony, David, “NYC Top Ten,” Art Icons, internet review, Fall 1998.

Carrier, David, “New York Shows,” The Burlington Magazine,” September 1997.

Schwabsky, Barry, “Three Painters Add a Human Touch to Abstraction,” The NewYork Times, Sept 22, 1996

Eileen Watkins, “Artistic trio’s exhibitions target the natures of time and space,” Sunday Star-Ledger, Oct 6 1996

Misfeldt, Mai, “Naturligheder,” Berlingske Tidende, June 3, 1996 (photo)

Cohen, Ronny, “Peggy Cyphers,” ARTFORUM, June 1996 (photo)

Carrier, David, “New York-Autumn exhibitions of painting and drawing,”The Burlington Magazine, March 1996

Dorsey, John, “Painter Peggy Cyphers,” The Baltimore Sun, March 5, 1996 (photo)

Ebony, David, “The NYC Top Ten,”Art Icons, Internet review –, January 1996 (photo)

Mahoney, Robert, “Grave Totems of Luminous Buoyancy,” COVER, Jan. 1996 (photo) Wauson, Kim, cata, “The Depths of Luminescence,” December 1995Wright, Jeff, “Currently Showing, Peggy Cyphers,” COVER, Summer, 1995 (photo) Schleifer, Kirsten Brooke, “ Cyphers – Chicago Reviews,” New Art Examiner, March 1994 (photo)

Ebony David, “Peggy Cyphers,” Art in America, December 1993 (photo)

Zimmer, Bill, “Peggy Cyphers, Primordial States and the Present Day,” The New York Times, Oct 3 1993 (photo)

Saltz, Jerry, Art in America, September 1993

Morgan, Robert C., “Bits of Modernism, Now and Then,” COVER, August, 1993 (photo)

King, Elaine, catalogue essay, “A Kaleidoscopic Realm of Time,” April 1993

Atterberry, Gisele, “An Art Show for the Eyes and Mind ,Too,” News Gazette, Chicago, March 1993

Artner, Alan, “I Space blazes a trail of American Works on Paper,” Chicago Tribune, July 23, 1993

Wilkin, Karen, “At the Galleries,” Partisan Review, #2 Spring 1993, Vol LL (photo) Seidel, Miriam, “Wounded Healer,” New Art Examiner, April 1993 Kozik, K.K., “P. Cyphers Makes Her Mark,” Cover, April 1992 (photos)McCracken, David, Chicago Tribune, February 28, 1992 (photo)

Handy, Ellen, Arts Magazine, January1992 (photo)

King, Elaine, “A Precarious Balance of Being,” New Generations:New York, Carnegie Mellon Art Gallery, 1991 (photo)

McCracken, David, “Artists draw on the science of nature,” Chicago Tribune, Fri, June 28, 1991

Cunniff, Joseph, “Bion,” Inside Lincoln Park, Chicago, July 1991

Perl, Jed, “ Third Season: 1988-89, Peggy Cyphers,” “Gallery Going: Four Seasons in the Art World,” (NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1991), pp. 231-233

Bulka, Michael, New Art Examiner, January 1991

Brody, Jacqueline, “Prints Published: ” Print Collector’s Newsletter, November 1990 (photo)

Levy, Ellen, “Natural History Recreated,” ICP Journal, Fall 1990

Meyers, Terry, “Peggy Cyphers,” Arts Magazine, September 1990

Pozzi, Lucio, “Surrealisimo Ecologico,” Le Opinioni, Milan, Italy, May 1990

Grunberg, Andy, “Peggy Cyphers,” The New York Times, April 20, 1990

Morgan, Robert C., cata, “Peggy Cyphers,” April 1990

Smith, Duncan, catalogue essay, “Peggy Cyphers,” April 1990

Wright, Jeff, Cover, April 1990 (photos)

Perl, Jed, “Autumn Alphabet (Peggy Cyphers),” The New Criterion, March 1989

Handy, Ellen, “ Peggy Cyphers,” Arts Magazine, January 1989 (photo)

Kaplan, Steven, “Interview,,” Cover, October 1988 (photos)

Crandall, Jordan, editor, Artist’s Statement, SPLASH, October 1988 (photo)

Smith, Duncan, “Turning the Urn, Painting and Writing from the Perspective of an Emblematic Criticism,” Flash Art, Summer, 1988

Smith, Roberta, “Peggy Cyphers,” The New York Times, Friday, February 13, 1987

Frank, Peter, Michael McKenzie, New,Used, & Improved Art of the Eighties, Abbeyville Press, NY 1987 (photo)

Jones, Baird, “East Village Art Report,” Downtown, February 11, 1987 Tully, Judd, “ Peggy Cyphers,” Arts Magazine, May 1986 (photo)

Kaplan, Steven, “FIT East Village Show,” East Village Eye, April 1986

Hagenberg, Roland, editor, East Village 1986, A Guide, A Documentary, Pelham Press, New York, 1986 (photos)

Daniels, Demetria, “East Village Report,” SAW, March 5, 1986 (photo)

Torphy, Will, “A Private Geology of the Mind,” Artweek, December 14, 1985 (photo)

Brody, Jackie, “Peggy Cyphers, Recent Prints, Phenix City,” Print Collectors Newsletter, April 1985

Cameron, Dan, “The Groundhog Report,” Arts Magazine, March 1985 Cohen, Ronny, “Peggy Cyphers,” Artforum, February 1985 (photo) “A Sketch of New York,” Dame, January 1985, Tokyo (photo)

Westfall, Stephen, “Peggy Cyphers,” Arts Magazine, January 1985 (photo)

Hagenberg, Roland, editor, East Village 1985, A Guide, A Documentary, Pelham Press, New York 1985 (photos)

“In New York Notiert,” Aufbau, Berlin, October 26, 1984

Donahue, Victoria, “ Is Abstract Painting Regaining its Popularity,” Philadelphia Inquirer, September 14, 1984

Smith, Roberta, “Chill Out, New York,” Village Voice, September 5, 1984

Friedman, Do.,” Philosophical Mural,” Fashion Modal, East Village Eye, June 1984 (photo)

Levit, Linda, editor, “Abstractions,” New Observations 26, New York 1984 (photo)

Nadelman, Cynthia, “Ceramic Forms in Art,” ART News, September 1983 (photo)

Print Collectors Newsletter, review, “ First Energist Book,” May 1983

Zimmer, William, “Aldrich Museum’s Recent Acquisitions,”New York Times,Mar 19,83

McCallister, Jared, “Unconventional Show of Art,” The Daily News, March 23, 1983

Collins, T., and R. Milazzo, editors, “Collaborations,” New Observations 21, NY 1983

Cohen, Ronny, catalogue essay, “Critical Perspectives,” P.S.1, Long Island City 1982

Kuspit, Donald, Critical Perspectives at P.S.1,” ARTFORUM, April 1982

Selected Public Collections:

Tel Aviv Museum, Israel

Imagery Estate Winery Collection, Carnegie Art Museum, CA.

Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, SC

Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Wash.

Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

University Museum, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL

Anchorage Museum of History and Art, Alaska

Arthur Anderson Chicago

Sol LeWitt Collection

Sean Scully Collection,

Lucio Pozzi Collection

Chase Manhattan Bank


Davis, Polk, Wardwell

Dunn & Bradstreet

Irene Drury.

Equitable Life Assurances Society of the U.S.


I.M.C. Fertilizer Group, Inc., Illinois

Johnson & Johnson

Library of Congress, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

National Gallery, Washington, D.C.

New Mexico State University, Las Cruces

National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.

Patterson Museum, New Jersey

Prudential Life Insurance, New Jersey

Rutgers University Print Archives, New Jersey

Saks Fifth Avenue

Towson University, Baltimore,Maryland

Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro, NC

Published Writings by the Artist:

2014 “Peggy Cyphers on Goya’s Manuel Osorio, “ Painters on Paintings, online essay

2013 “Art Has Gone to the Dogs, Venus Speaks!” Artfuse on line

         “April Showers, Art and the Fountain of Youth,”, online

2010 “An Optimistic Year, Biennial 2010,” The Thing.Net and Resolve40, Online

2008 “Louise Bourgeois at Guggenheim Museum,” Summer ,

2007 “Manipulations,” catalogue essay, Landmark Arts, Texas Tech University

2005 “Thordis A.”, Tema Celeste, Milano, Italy & New York

2001 “Artist/Gallery Relations.” included in ‘The Practical Handbook for the Emerging Artist,” by Margaret Lazzari, 2nd Edition, Harcourt College Publishers, 2001

2001 “Brooklyn Bridge,” New Observations, Travel Issue, NYC

1999 “The Paintings of Markus Hiekkero,” catalogue text, KIASMA, Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland

1998 “Fertility,” NEW OBSERVATIONS, ed: E. Knerr, Summer 1998.

1997 “After The Fall, Aspects of Abstract Painting since 1970”, essay, Snug Harbor Cultural CTR., Staten Island

         “Artists on Art,” ed: Diane Karp, New Observations

1993 Artists Statement, Tema Celeste, ed; Joelson and Scott, Milan, February

1992 “Forum: On Motherhood, Art, and Apple Pie,” MEANING, ed:Schor & Bee, NYC, 1992

         “Consumption of Paradise,”Art Journal, ed:Jackie Brookner, May 1992 (photos)

         “New York in Review,” Arts Magazine, reviews column February, May

1991 “New York In Review,” Arts magazine, review column January, February, March, April, May, Summer, September

         “Sean Scully,” Tema Celeste, Milan, ItalySpring 1991.

         “Geological Time,” Blast, Artist’s statement written for catalogue, New York, 1991. (photo)

         “Biomorphic Impressionism,” catalogue, New Generations: NY, Carnegie Mellon Art Gallery, Pittsburgh

1990 “New York in Review,” Arts Magazine, ed: B. Schwabsky, Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, Summer, Sept, Oct, Dec

1989 “New York in Review,” Arts Magazine, Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, Summer, Sept, Oct, Dec

         “Arts in New York,” Cover, ed: Jeff C. Wright, monthly reviews

1988 “Biomorphic Impressionism,” Splash, ed: Jordan Crandall, NY, Oct (photo)

         “Progress,” guest editor, issue #57, New Observations, New York.

         “The Global Politics of Progress,” New Observations, #57, New York.

         “Arts New York,” Cover, reviews, monthly through out the year

1987 “Arts New York,” Cover, reviews, monthly throughout the year

Teaching Positions:

1989 – 2018 Professor of Fine Arts, CCE, Pratt Institute, NY

2002-3 Program Coordinator, Pratt in Tuscany, Luca, Italy

2002-3 Coordinator, Painting and Drawing, Pratt Institute, NY

2001 Pratt in Venice, Professor of Painting

2001 Visiting Artist, Hofstra University, Long Island, NY

1997 Visiting Artist, Royal Academy of Art, Helsinki, Finland

         Visiting Artist, Lahti Polytechnic Institute, Lahti, Finland

1996 Visiting Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC

1994 Coordinator of Painting & Drawing, Pratt Institute

1990-1996 Visiting Artist, New York University, New York

1986-1997 New York School of Interior Design, New York

1986-1989 Parsons School of Design, New York

1986/1988 School of Visual Arts

Lectures & Panels:

2014 New York Academy of Art, Visiting Critic, New York, NY

2011 Art and Activism, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

2010 “Environmental Art,” Leonardo Foundation, LEAF, New York, NY.

2002 Guest lecture,Georgia State, Atlanta, GA

2001Guest Lecturer, Grad. Painting, Parsons School of Design, New York

1997 Guest Lecturer, Lahti Polytechnic, Finland

1996 Weatherspoon Art Gallery Museum, “Art on Paper” “Networking & Collaboration” Greensboro, NC

1995 Guest Lecturer, Penn State University, Pennsylvania

1992 Guest Lecturer,Cranbrook Academy of Art, MI

         Guest Lecturer, University of Hartford, studio dialogue, Hartford, CT

         Artists Talk on Art. New York panelist “The Gender of Oedipus”

         Pratt Institute, panelist “Nature of Science”

         Guest Lecturer,Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ

1991 Guest Lecturer, Bannister College, Providence, RI

         Guest Lecturer,Guilford College, studio dialogue, Greensboro, NC

1990 Guest Lecturer, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY

1989 Guest Lecturer, University of Delaware, DE