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Joyce Weinstein

Statement/Biography


A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world.  Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue.  

Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, “Weinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose.  These explosive passages look spontaneous…as though everything simply found its proper place without effort.”  As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a “complicated simplicity” intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors.

Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League.  At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry.  Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s.  Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany.  Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. 

Weinstein’s work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

Joyce Weinstein is the recipient of the Lambert Fund Award from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Arts, Philadelphia in addition to many others.


 



 


BORN 1931, NEW YORK CITY, NY


EDUCATION
CITY COLLEGE OF NEW YORK, NY
ART STUDENT’S LEAGUE, NYC


ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS


2016
Berry Campbell Gallery, New York City, Paintings
July 28, 2016 to August 26, 2016


2012
Hartwich College, The Forman Gallery, Dept. of Art, Oneonta, NY


2010
Ezair Gallery, New York City


2007
Ezair Gallery, New York City


2005
Flanders Contemporary Art, Minneapolis, MN


2002
Gallery One, Toronto, Canada


2000
Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL


1999
Flanders Contemporary Art, Minneapolis, MN


1990 
Meredith Long & Co. Gallery, Houston, TX


1989
Alena Adlung Gallery, New York City, NY


1988
Meredith Long & Co. Gallery, Houston, TX


1985
Habor Theodore Gallery, New York City, NY


Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary, Canada     


Eva Cohen Gallery, Chicago, IL


1983         
Habor Theodore Gallery, New York City, NY


Gallery One, Toronto, Canada


1982
Galerie Wentzel, Cologne, Germany


Martin Gerard Gallery, Edmonton, Canada


1981
Martin Gerard Gallery, Edmonton, Canada


1979
Meredith Long & Co. Gallery, Houston, Texas


1978
Meredith Long & Co. Gallery, Houston, Texas


1976
Gloria Cortella Gallery, New York City, NY


1975
Galerie Ariadne, New York City, NY


1974
Dorsky Gallery, New York City, NY


1972
Dorsky Gallery, New York City, NY


Tom Bartolazzo Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA


1969
University Of Calif. at Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA


1956
Perdalma Gallery, New York City, NY


1955
Perdalma Gallery, New York City, NY


1954
Perdalma Gallery, New York City, NY


1953
Perdalma Gallery, New York City, NY


GROUP EXHIBITIONS


2016
Douglas Flanders & Associates Gallery, Minneapolis, MI. "Stanley Boxer And Joyce Weinstein" - Paintings
July 9, 2016 to August 21, 2016

Art Southampton: Booth of Berry Campbell Gallery, New York City, NY - Painting
July 7, 2016 to July 11, 2016

Berry Campbell Gallery, New York City, NY. "Summer Selections 2016"
July 6, 2016 to July 22, 2016


2015
Berry Campbell Gallery, New York City, NY. "Summer Selections"
June 30, 2015 to September 14, 2015

Art Wynwood, Miami, FL. Art Fair: Booth of Berry-Campbell Gallery, New York City, NY.
February 12, 2015 to February 16, 2015

Madelyn Jordon Fine Art: "Winter Selections"
February 6, 2015 to March 20, 2015


2014
Spanierman Modern Gallery, New York City, NY. "Modern Selections"
September 8, 2014 to October 10, 2014

July 10 to Aug. 30 - Summer Remix: A Group Salon
Madelyn Jordon Fine Art, Scarsdale, N.Y.


Spanierman Modern, New York City, NY. "July Selections"
June 13, 2014 to July 3, 2014


2013
Feb. 14 to Mar. 16 - Thirteen Contemporary Artists
Spanierman Modern , New York, N.Y.

Nov. 14 to Dec. 20 - Modern Selections
Spanierman Modern, New York, N.Y.


2012
ArtMRKT
Bridgehampton, NY
July 19-21, Paintings, Booth of Gallery Sam, Oakland, CA


Spanierman Modern
New York, NY
Summer Selections
August 23-October 6, Paintings


2011
artMKThamptons
Bridgehampton, NY
Booth of Gallery Sam, Berkeley, CA Sept 15 - 18th, Houston Art Fair, Houston, Texas, Booth of Gallery Sam, Berkley, Ca.


2010
July 14 - July 17, ArtMKThomptons, Bridgehampton, N.Y., Booth of Gallery Sam, Berkeley, CA


2009
Phoenix Gallery, Millbrook, NY “Group 2009”


2005
Amy Simon Fine Art, Westport, CT “Whimsey”


CCCA Gallery, Hudson,  NY, “Ancram Artists”


CCCA Gallery, Hudson, NY, “Abstracts”


2004
The Riders Mills Historical Society & CCCA Co-sponsored Outdoor
Art Exhibition at Riders Mills, NY


CCCA 10th Annual Artswalk 2004


2003
Hubert Gallery, New York City, NY “The Painted Gift 2003”


2002
Cornell Univ., Medical Library, New York City, NY ”WIA Group”


2001
Gallery One, Toronto, Ca. “Masterworks”


2000
Sarah Y. Rentschler Gallery, Hudson, N.Y. “Private View”


The Broome St. Gallery, N.Y.C., N.Y. “Art Strokes-WIA’


Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, Fla. “Gallery Artists’


Flanders Cont.Art, Mi.,Minn.”Smith Andersen Editions”


Canajoharie Art Gallery, Canajoharie, NY “WIA At Canajoharie”


1999
Harmon-Meek Gallery, Naples, FL ”37th. Opening Exh.”


Flat Iron Gallery, Peekskill, NY “WIA Peekskill ‘99


1998
Dorothy Blau Gallery, Bay Harbor Islands, FL


Flanders Contemporary Art, Minneapolis, MN


1997
Broome Street Gallery, New York City, NY “New Visions”


Chubb Group Ins. Co. , Warren NJ “Painterly Forms”


1996
Flanders Contemporary Art, Minneapolis, MN ”Summer Group Exhibition”


1995         
Schering-Plough Corp. Madison, NJ “Visions Of Reality”


1994
Posner Gallery, Los Angeles, CA “Gallery Group Exhibition”


Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory, Brooklyn, NY


“Gardens Of Delight”


1993
Miami Art Fair, Miami, FL; Booth Of Dorsky Gallery, N.Y.C.


1992
Meredith Long & Co. Gallery, Houston, Texas “Gallery Artists”


1991
Queens College, New York City, N.Y.”Paintings & Paperwork WIA                    
1991 -1992”


Broome Street Gallery, New York City, N.Y. “WIA’91”


1990
Meredith Long & Co. Gallery, Houston, Texas “Field & Forest”


Andre Zarre Gallery, New York City, N.Y. “New Yorkers & Outsiders”


Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, N.Y. “Themes Of Music & Dance”


Chicago International Art Expositions, Chicago, Ill. Booth Of Meredith Long & Co. Gallery, Houston, Texas


Alena Adlung Gallery, New York City, N.Y. “Gallery Group Exhibition”


1989
Meredith Long & Co. Houston, TX “Important Works On Paper”


Alena Adlung Gallery, New York City, NY “Four Person Exhibition”


Edmonton Art Museum, Edmonton, Canada “Art For All”


Nabisco Corp., East Hanover, NJ “Themes From Nature”


1988
Meredith Long & Co. Houston, TX “Xmas Exh.- Gallery Atists”


Art-Vark Gallery, Phila., PA “Grand Opening Exhibition”


The Provident National Bank, Phila. PA “Art ’88”


Phoenix Gallery, New York City, NY “WIA At Phoenix”


Pumpkin Center Gallery, Ancram, NY “1988 Summer Exhibition”


1987
Centre de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona, Spain “Art Triangle Barcelona”


McMullen Gallery, W.C. Macenzie Science Center, Edmonton, Canada
 “Permanent Collection Of the Edmonton Art Museum”


Erector Square Gallery, New Haven, CT “An Exhibiiton in Celebration of International Women’s Day” (Curated by Lynn Gumopert, Cur, New Museum, NYC


1986
Basel Art Fair, Basil Switzerland; Booth Of Galerie Wentzel, Cologne, Germany


Richard Green Gallery, New York City, NY “Gallery Artists”


Triangle New York at 111 Greene St. Gallery, NYCD.
”Paintings & Sculpture” 


1986
Passaic Community College, Patterson, NJ “Perspectives ‘86”


The Harsen & Johns Delvolpement Corp... Rochelle Pk, NJ
“Art Forms 1985”              


1985
The Edmonton Art Museum, Edmonton, Canada: “Docent’s Choice”


Habor Theodore Gallery, New York City, NY "4 Person Exhibition”


The Ingber Gallery, New York City, NY “Survival Of The Fittest”


Gallery Wentzel, Cologne, Germany  “4 Person Exhibition”


Cologne Art Fair, Cologne, Germany, Booth of Galerie Wentzel


1984
Haber Theodore Gallery, New York City, NY “Paperworks-4 Person                          Exhibition”


The Queens Museum, New York City, NY “Contemporary Views’84”


Jerald Melberg Gallery, Charlotte, NC “Invertational Exhibition”


Dusseldorf Art Fair, Dusseldorf, Germany: Booth Of Galerie Wentzel


J.H.P. Designs Corp. New York City, NY “Exploring The Abstract”


1983
Haber Theodore Gallery, New York City, NY “Gallery Artists”


Pace University Art Gallery, Pace Univ, New York City, NY                                         “Connections; Painting & Poetry”


Martin Gerard Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada “Gallery Artists”


Cologne Art Fair, Cologne, Germany: Booth of Galerie Wentzel


Martin Gerard Gallery, Edmonton, Canada “Women Artists”


1982
Haber Theodore Gallery, New York City, NY “Season’s Preview”


Dusseldorf Art Fair, Dusseldorf, Germany: Booth of Galerie Wentzel


Clayworks Gallery, New York City, NY “4 Person Exhibition by Visiting Artists at Clayworks Studio”


Martin Gerard Galley, Edmonton, Canada “Gallery Artists”


Judy Caden Gallery, New York City, NY “Dorie Ashton Selects”


1981
Galerie Wentzel, Cologne, Germany “International Artists”


Martin Gerard Gallery, Edmonton, Canada


Dusseldorf Art Fair, Susseldorf, Germany; Booth of Galerie Wentzel


Museum Of Modern Art, New York City, NY “Recent Acquisitions”


1980         
Meredith Long Contemporary Gallery, New York City, NY “Works                               On Paper”


Dusseldorf Art Fair, Susseldorf, Germany; Booth of Galerie Wentzel


The Sarah Institute, New York City, NY “12 Women; Selected by                                Linda Shearer, Ass’t Curator, Guggenheim Museum, NYC”


1979
Women In The Arts Gallery, New York City, NY “Three Artists”


Meredith Long Contemporary Gallery, New York City, NY “Gallery                              Artists


Women In The Arts Gallery, New York City, NY “WIA Visions”


New York City Commission On The Status Of Women, New York                                 City, NY “Women Artists”


Women In The Arts Galley, New York City, NY “Xmas-Show-Small                             Works”


1978
Clayworks Studio Workshop, New York City, NY;
”Celebration Exhibition”


Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York City, NY “Unusual Imagery”


Women’s Interart Center, New York City, NY
”Women Artist’s Sketchbooks”


Meredith Long Contemporary Gallery, New York City, NY
“Summer Group Exhibition”


Women In The Arts Gallery, New York City, NY “WIA/25”


Clayworks Studio Workshop, New York City, NY “Artists Choice”


1977
Edmonton Art Gallery Museum, Edmonton, Canada “New Abstract Art 1977”


Northeastern University, Boston, MA “5 Painters’


Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, VA “Invitational”


Randolf-Macon Women’s College, Lynchburg, VA
”WIA Artist’s Choice”


Lehight University, Bethleheim, PA “WIA  Artist’s Choice”


Va. Polytechnic Institute State Univ., Blacksburg, VA
”WIA   Artist’s Choice”


City College, New York City, NY “Artist’s Choice”

Meredith Long Contemporary Gallery, New York City, NY
“Opening Exhibition”


1976
Gloria Cortella Gallery, New York City, NY
“Invitational Drawing Exhibition”


Castle Clinton, Battery Park, New York City, NY
“Rolling Art” (National Park Service & U.S. Dept. Of the Interior Sponsored Exhibition)


SUNY/Binghamton State University Of NY, NYC, NY “Artist’s Choice”


Chatham College, Pittsburg, PA “WIA Artist’s Choice”


1975
The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY “Works On Paper”


The New School For Social Research, New York City, NY


Professional Women Artists Special Event Of United Nations                               International Women’s Year”


Douglas College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ “Walk-Thru-Art”


Galerie Ariadne, New York City,  NY “Gallery Artists”


Cedercrest College, Cedercrest, PA “Walk-Thru-Art”


City University, Borough Of Manhattan Community College, New


York City, NY “Women Artists l975”


1974
Landmark Gallery, New York City, NY “118 Artists”


Weatherspoon Art Gallery Museum, Greensboro, NC
“Ciba-Geigy Collection”


Lehigh University, Bethleheim, PA
“N.Y. Professional Women Artists”


Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; “Ciba-Geigy Collection”


Dorsky Gallery, New York City, NY “Gallery Artists”


Women’s Interart Center, New York,
“NY Professional Women Artists”


1974
Central Park, New York City, NY
“Walk-Thru-Art” NYC Dept. Of Cultural Affairs & Public Arts Council Sponsored Exhibition of “Out-Door Art”                                                                                                           


Battery Park, New York City, NY ”Walk-Thru-Art”  “Women’s Interart Center, New York City, NY “Game Show-Invitational”


1973
New York Cultural Center Museum, New York City, NY


“Women Choose Women” (Historic first major NYC Museum                               Exhibition of Women’s Art)


Women’s Interart Center, New Yort City, NY
“In The Beginning-Women’s Religion”


Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY “Professional Women Artists”


1972
Kent State University, Ohio “Invitational”


New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ “Permanent Collection”


New York Studio School, New York City, NY “Invitational-Benefit”


Suffolk Museum, Stony Brook, NY “Unmanly Art”


C.W. Post College, Long Island University, Greendale, NY “N.Y.                                 Women In The Arts”


Dorsky Gallery, New York City, NY “Gallery Artists”


Stamford Museum, Stamford, CT “Women In The Arts”


Women’s Interart Center, New York City, NY “Airlift 549”


Pennsylvania Academy Of The Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA ”Permanent Collection”


1971
Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY “A New Consciousness” (an                              exhibition  of selections from the the Ciba-Geigy Collection)


1970
Rose Fried Gallery, New York City, NY “Invitational Exhibition”


Birla Museum, Calcutta, India “American Painting”


1969
Rose Fried Gallery, New York City, NY “Small Works”


Alonzo Gallery, New York City, NY “Mr. & Mrs.”


1968
Marlborough Gallery, New York City, NY
“Brandies Univsity Invitational”


1956
Perdalma Gallery, New York City, NY “Gallery Artists”


1955
Perdalma Gallery, New York City, NY “Gallery Artists”


1954
Perdalma Gallery, New York City, NY “10 Artists”


Perdalma Gallery, New York City, NY “Gallery And Invited Artists”


1953
Perdalma Gallery, New York City, NY


“Tiny Paintings On View-6 Artists”


Perdalma Gallery, New York City, NY
“Joyce Weinstein & Gerson Lieber”
Two person Exhibition of Paintings, Watercolors & Drawings”