Education

 
Columbia University, Department of Art History and Archaeology,
Ph.D., M. Phil., M.A.

New School for Social Research, Dept. of Anthropology, M.A.

School of Visual Arts, Photography

Pratt Institute, Dept. of Fine Arts, B.F.A. Painting

 

Selected
Exhibitions


 
“Metaphorically Speaking.” Open Center Gallery; 22 E. 30th
Street; New York City. November15 – December 20, 2013.

 

“Small Works.” Porter Contemporary; 548 W. 28th Street;
New York City. August 1 – September 7, 2013.

 

“Alchemy/ work relating to themes of transformation.” Hudson Guild
Gallery; 441 West 26th Street; New York City. February 6 – April 5, 2009.

 

“Art for Home and Handbag.” Kiana Malekzadeh Gallery; 526 West 26th
Street; New York City. June 2006.

 

“Der Erste Weltkrieg aus der Sict des 21, Jahrhunderts” (A 21st
Century View of World War I). St. Thomas Church; Berlin, Germany. Agentur
Bildende Kunst Berlin. August 15, - November 15, 2004.

 

Bertone Gallery; Montclair, New Jersey. November 1999 - January
2000.

 

The Silo Gallery; New Milford, Connecticut. May 1999.

 

“Art for Kids’ Sake;” Thread Waxing Space, New York City, 1999.
1997, 1996.

 

“Coin Vanishing” One Person Exhibition. SoHo 20 Gallery, New York City, April
1996.

 

One Person Exhibitions, SoHo 20 Gallery, New York City. November 1993, October 1990,
October 1988.

 

Animal Stories. Goddard-Riverside Center. New York City, May 1994.

 

Two Person Exhibition. John Jay College Art Gallery. New York City, March
1994.

 

“Women’s History Month at NYNEX.” New York City, March 1992.

 

“Three Sculptors.” Washington Art Association. Washington
Depot, Connecticut.
September 1990.

 

Invitational Exhibitions to Benefit A.I.R. Gallery, New York City.
2004, 1990, 1988, 1987.

 

Faculty Exhibition, Parsons School of Design. New York City, January 1989.

 

“Inscapes,” The Sculpture Center Gallery. New York City, March 1985.

 

“Group Exhibition,” Civilization Gallery. New York City, February 1985.

 

“Mechanicals,” Five and Dime Gallery. New York City, December 1984.

 

“Sculpture Garden at South Beach Psychiatric Center.” Staten Island, New
York, October 1983.

 

“Maquettes and Drawings from South Beach.” The Newhouse Gallery.
Snug Harbor Cultural Center. Staten
Island, New York.
June 1984.

 

“Personal Iconography” The Sculpture Center Gallery. New York City, February
1982.

 

“Sculpture Garden at Creedmore.” Queens, New York,
November 1981.

 

“Ward’s Island Sculpture Garden.” New York City, May 1981.

 
 

Reviews

 
“An Outdoor Sculpture Safari Around New York” by Grace Glueck. The New York Times;

“Judith Ostrowitz” Arts Magazine;
“Judith Ostrowitz” by John Perreault. SoHo
Weekly News; “Judith Ostrowitz” Artists
Review Art; “Deja Vu at Gallery 91" The Phoenix.

 

 
Collections


 
Private Collections in the US:
New York City, Connecticut,
New Jersey.
In Europe: London, England;
Zurich, Switzerland. List available on request.

 

 
Other Professional Experience

Judith Ostrowitz is also an art historian and is currently a Research Associate for the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  She has worked as adjunct faculty at Columbia University, Barnard College, The City College of New York, New York University, and Yale University.  Curatorial projects have been developed for The Brooklyn Museum of Art, The Peabody Museum of Natural History, New Haven, The Newark Museum, and the American Museum of Natural History, New York.  She is the author of Privileging the Past: Reconstructing History in Northwest Coast Art. University of Washington Press, 1999 and Interventions: Native American Art for Far-Flung Territories. University of Washington Press, 2009, and numerous articles about Native American art.


 

 


 

 

 

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