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EDUCATION

 

1991        
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Skowhegan, ME.


1984        
Master of Fine Arts in Painting. Columbia University, New York, NY.


1981        
Bachelor of Arts in Visual Art. Bennington College, Bennington, VT.

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

2017  
Swimmers and Seances.  The Museum of Arts and Culture, New Rochelle, NY.


2016    

A Year in the Life and Swimmers.  Con Artist Collective Gallery, New York, NY.

Giving Back: A Mid-Career Survey.  The Museum of Arts and Culture, New Rochelle, NY.

 

2014    

Healing Gallery.  MSB Gallery, NYU Langone Medical Center, New York, NY. 
            

2013    

Midlife Mermaids Stuffed Paintings.  Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, New York.

 

2011    

New paintings: Pamilya.  Kulay-Diwa Gallery, Manila, Philippines.

 

2010    

The Stuffed Paintings Survey Show.  Chaffers Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand. 

Stitched Identities.  Baang and Burne Contemporary, New York, NY.
Midlife Mermaids.  Leslie’s Artgallery, Bridel, Luxembourg. 

 

2008    

New Stuffed Paintings.  Leslie’s Artgallery, Bridel, Luxembourg.          

 

2007    

A Cut Above the Rest: A Salon of Self-Portraits and Styles (Site-Specific Painting Installation).  Midoma Gallery, New York, NY. 
            

1997    

Self-Portraits in the Third Person.   55 Mercer Gallery, New York, NY.

 

1996    

Phantom Limbs.   Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series, Rutgers, NJ (catalogue).

 

1995    

Bodies of Evidence.   55 Mercer Gallery, New York, NY.           

Personal Passages.  The Transit Museum of New York, Brooklyn, NY (poster installed in NYC subway stations).

 

1994    

Paintings. Mercer Gallery, Monroe Community College, Rochester, NY.   

 

1993    

Wrecollections, From the Habitat. Treasure Room Gallery, The Interchurch Center, New York, NY (catalogue).

 

1990    

Recent Mixed Media Paintings. Merrill Hall Exhibition Space, New York, NY.

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

2021  

Two-Person Show.  Flora Kirsch Beck Gallery, Alma, MI.

 

2020  

THE BIG SHOW: All Animals Welcome.  Drawing Rooms, Jersey City, NJ.

Trilean Logic.  Chashama Exhibition Space, New York, NY.

De(Pict).  La Bodega Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.

 

2019   

Eclectic Group Show.  Friday Studio Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.

 

2018   

Abortion.  AIR Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.

 

2016   

Selfies: Self-Portraiture.  Con Artist Gallery, New York, NY.

Badass Botanicals.  Con Artist Gallery, New York, NY.

 

2015   

Psyched.  Central Booking/Haber Art Space, New York, NY.

 

2013     

Drink to Me.  Porter/Contemporary, New York, NY.           

WomanhoodUnrestricted.  TNC Gallery.  New York, NY.      

Infinite Layers.  Alfa Gallery.  New Brunswick, NJ.

 

2012     

Sum of Her Parts.  Arts Guild of Rahway, New Jersey.

 

2011     

Talking to Myself.  Baang & Burne Contemporary, New York, NY.  (Two Person Show).            

 

2010      

Cuore Pop.  Primo Piano LivinGallery, Lecce, Italy.          

Fever Dream.  C.C.C.P Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.            

Faith Ringgold: A Celebration.  Benefit Exhibition.  The Institute for Women and Art at Rutgers, NJ.

 

2008    

Gallery Artists.  Leslie’s Artgallery, Bridel, Luxembourg.

Spontaneous Gesture Realized.  Schaffler Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY.

 

2007    

Play. Proteus Gowanus Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.           

 

2005    

Project Diversity.  Tabla Rasa Gallery, Brooklyn, NY.           

Wish You Were Here. Project Room 88, New York, NY.

 

2004   

Glass (of) Water.  The Painting Center, New York, NY.

 

2002    

911: Artists Respond.  Bronx River Art Center and Gallery, Bronx, NY.         

 

2000    

Good Business is the Best Art (20 Years of the Artist in the Marketplace Program).  Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY.

 

1999     

A Skowhegan Decade.   David Beitzel Gallery, New York, NY.

 

1997     

The Imaginary City.   St. Marks Church Exhibition Space, New York, NY.  (Catalogue).

 

1996    

AIM Benefit Exhibition.  Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY.          

PaperWorks.  Curcio/Spector Gallery, New York, NY.          

Particular Realities.  Trans Hudson Gallery, Jersey City, NJ.         

Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series: 25 Years of Feminism, 25 Years of Women’s Art.  Mason Gross Galleries, New Brunswick, NJ (catalogue).           

 

1995    

Altered States. Marymount Manhattan College Gallery, New York, NY.           

he World in a Painting.  Trans Hudson Gallery, Jersey City, NJ.

 

1994   

Light and Lightness.  Trans Hudson Gallery, Jersey City, NJ.        
Self Portraits.  NYU Law School Exhibition Center, New York, NY. 

Hair: The Long and Short of It. Mills Pond House, Smithtown Arts Council, NY.

 

1992    

Artist in the Marketplace. Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY (catalogue).

 

1991    The Family. Peconic Gallery, Riverhead, NY (catalogue).

 

PUBLIC ART PROJECTS

 

2012    

P-Stop, a public art installation project, sponsored by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Perm, Russia.

 

AWARDS and FELLOWSHIPS

 

2021  

Residency Award.  CourCommune, Voulx, France.

 

2018  

Residency Award.  Casa na Ilha, Ilhabela, Brazil.

 

2015   

Residency Award.  Green Olive Arts, Morocco.

 

2011    

Elizabeth A. Sackler Feminist Art Base.  The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY.

 

2007    

Grant Award.  The Artist’s Fellowship, Inc.
Artist-in-Residence.  The Creative Center, New York, NY.  

 

2001    

Grant Award. Riklis Faculty Fund, Allen-Stevenson School, New York, NY.

 

1996   

Residency Fellowship.  Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Sweet Briar, VA.

 

1994    

Residency Fellowship.  Leighton Artist Studios, Banff Centre for the Arts.  Alberta, Canada.

 

1992    

Grant Award. Puffin Foundation.            

Artist in the Marketplace Program. Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY.

 

1991    

Residency Fellowship.  Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, ME.

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

2021   

Studio Visit Magazine.  Artist profile.

 

2020   

Hyperallergic.  A View From the Easel.

Create Magazine.  Artist profile.

 

2012    

Toad the Journal.  Jane Zweibel, Featured Artist.  December, 2012, Online Issue.            

Catalogue:  Part and Parcel: The Deconstruction of the Female Body in Contemporary Art.           

 

2010     

The Hybrid Stories of Jane Zweibel.  Leslie’s Artgallery, Bridel, Luxembourg.  (Catalogue).       

Luxembuger Wort.  Jane Zweibel Succombe au Chant de Sirenes. (Nathalie Becker), January 28.          Le Quotidien.  Sirens of Mature Age. (Pablo Chimienti), January 22.           

 

2009     

Fiberarts Magazine. Jane Zweibel’s Stuffed Paintings. Fall issue.  (Cover art and feature article).

 

2008     

Gallery Artists.  Leslie’s Artgallery, Bridel, Luxembourg.   (Catalogue).         

Journal.  Jane Zweibel at Leslie’s Artgallery.  Kultur, 20 March.   

Luxemburger Wort.  Volumes-Objets de Jane Zweibel.  Nouvelle Expositions. 3/8/08.            

Journal of the American Art Therapy Association.  (Cover art).

 

2001      

The Bronx News.  New Exhibit Captures Terror of 9/11, Loss of the Towers.  (Daniel Gesslein). January 31 – February 6, 2002 issue.

 

1997       

Art in America.  Review of Exhibitions - New York.  Jane Zweibel at 55 Mercer.  (Janet Koplos).  October issue.            

American Artist.  Self-Portraits in the Third Person (Kristina Feliciano).  September issue.          

The Imaginary City.  Essay by John Yau.  (Catalogue).

 

1995       

The New York Times.  Art in Review, Critics’ Choices.  Jane Zweibel at
55 Mercer (Pepe Karmel).  Friday, February 17.

Meet Me in Brooklyn.  Underground Art:  Paintings at the Transit Museum.

 

1993        

Street News. A Different Subway Series.   November, Issue II.           

 

1992        

Bronx Museum of the Arts.  Artist in the Marketplace.   Essay by Connie Butler.  (Catalogue).