RESUME

SOLO EXHIBITIONS (Selected)

2015-16  – Long Beach Museum of Art “Who is She? Terry Braunstein,”  Long Beach, CA
2009, 1997, 1995, 1994, 1992 – Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
2009 – El Camino Art Gallery (25-year Retrospective), Torrance, CA
2006-07 – “Seeing with Other Eyes” Series, Cerritos, Library (in conjunction with installation of Illuminations)
2005-06 – Museo Civico Villa Colloredo Mels, Recanati, Italy
2005 – Piazza delle Erbe, Montecassiano, Italy
2002 – Centro Andaluz de la Fotografia, Almeria, Spain
1998 – Centro de Exposiciones de Rodalquilar, Almeria, Spain “Tiempos modernos”
1997 – Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, California, “Boundless”
Feria Internacional de Arte – ARCO ’97, El Pais booth, assembled by the Centro Andaluz de la Fotografia, Madrid, Spain.
1996 – Universidad de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain
1995 – Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, California, “A Tale from the Fire”
Troyer Fitzpatrick Lassman Gallery, Washington, D.C.
1994 – Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica, California, “Flying Dreams”
1992 – Turner/Krull Gallery, Los Angeles, California, “Discoveries
1991 – Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California, “Stations”
1990 – Imagina, Almediterranea ’92, Almeria, Spain, “Voyages” (catalog)
Hampshire College, Amherst, Massachusetts
1989 – University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
California State University, Long Beach, California
1988 – Tartt Gallery, Washington, D.C.
1987 – Marcuse Pfeifer, New York City
1986 – Tartt Gallery, Washington, D.C.
1982 – Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C.
Artworks, Los Angeles, California
1980 – Fendrick Gallery, Washington, D.C.
1979 – Franklin Furnace, New York City
Artworks, Los Angeles, California
1977 – Franklin Furnace, New York City
1976 – Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS (Selected)

2012 – Fischer Museum of Art, University of Southern California, Pacific Standard Time, exhibition, “Sight Specific: LACPS and the Politics of Community”
2010 – Long Beach Museum of Art, “A Light in the Shadow” June 25 — January 2, 2011
2008 – First Int’l Meeting of Photography Centers, Almeria, Spain, Braunstein image cover announcement, brochure, poster
2007 – University of San Francisco, Thacher Gallery, Two-person show with Pia Pizzo
2005 – “California Landscapes” Long Beach Museum of Art, California, June-December
2003 – “Insomnia” National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C. March-October
2000-02 – Long Beach Museum of Art, California, “Rooms With a View–Enter Laughing”, September-April
2000 – Centro Andaluz de la Fotografia, Almeria, Spain, “Imagina” 10-year Exhibition
1998 – Palazzo dei Consoli, Gubbio, Italy and Los Angeles, California, “Viaggiatori – Travelers”, January & June
1997 – Salas de Arenal, Universal Exposition, Seville, Spain and on-going traveling exhibition: “Imagina” which opened in 1992 (catalog)
1996 – Armand Hammer Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California, “L. A. Current: A Female Perspective”
Hunsaker/Schlesinger Gallery, Los Angeles, California, “Still Life . . .Still Here”(curator: Josine Ianco Starrels)
1995 – Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California, “Photography Los Angeles Now”
Louis B. Stern Gallery, Los Angeles, “Pasted Papers” Collage Exhibition (curator: Peter Frank)
Nexus Gallery, artists book traveling exhibition, Near East (Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan) & S. America (Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Equador, Peru) “One of a Kind” (catalog & poster)
1994 – Centro Esposito della Rocca Paolina in Perugia, Italy and Centro San Fedele in Milan, Italy, “Oltre la grande soglia” (catalog)
Braunstein/Quay Gallery, San Francisco, California, “Redefining the Book: Eight Invited Artists”
University Art Museum, Calif. State University, Long Beach, California, “Magic Realism: Violating Expectations”
Julie Saul Gallery, New York City, New York, “Fractured Identity: Cut and Paste”
1992 – Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California, “Virgin Territories”
John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan,Wisc., “Notes from the Material World-Contemporary Collage”
1991 – Centro Andaluz de la Fotografia, Almeria, Spain, “La fotografia inventada” (catalog)
Turner/Krull Gallery, Los Angeles, California, “Une saison en enfer”
1990 – California Museum of Photography, Riverside, California, “Biennial I ” (catalog)
Sala Arcs Gallery, Barcelona, Spain and on-going traveling exhibition, “With the Media, Against the Media”, 4-person show: with Heinecken, Neimanas, Butler, opened in 1990 (catalog)
1989 – Jan Turner Gallery, Los Angeles, California, “Photomontage/Photo collage: The Changing Picture 1920-1989”
Security Pacific Gallery, Costa Mesa, California, “Media Talk” (catalog)
1987 – California State University, Long Beach, California, “Centric 28”
1986 – L.A. Center for Photographic Studies, Los Angeles, “Neglected Reality of America”
1985 – Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France, “Livres d’Artistes: Collection Semaphore “, international artists book exhibition (catalog)
Hand-in-Hand Galleries, New York City, New York, “Book Arts”
Bertha Urdang Gallery, New York City, New York, “Visual Thought, Image Formation”
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., “The Washington Show” (catalog)
1984 – Cameraworks, San Francisco, California, “Reproductions”
1983 – Gallery Miyazaki, Osaka, Japan, “Books by Artists” (catalog)
Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California, “At Home” (catalog)
1982 – Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies, Los Angeles, California, “Evocations” William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art, Kansas City, Missouri, “Repeated Exposure: Photographic Imagery in the Print Media” (catalog)
1979 – Fendrick Gallery, Washington, D.C., “The Book as Art” (catalog)
1978-80 – Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Tex.; & traveling exhibition including Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA; University Art Museum, Berkeley, Ca.; U.C.L.A. Gallery, Santa Monica, “American Narrative/Story Art” curated by Peter Schimmel (catalog). Franklin Furnace, New York City, New York, “Artists Books U.S.A.” (curated by Peter Frank , Martha Wilson), traveling exhibition, organized by Independent Curators Incorporated (catalog)
1977 – Art Center, Waco, Texas; Mint Museum, Charlotte, N.C. “Artists’ Company” (catalog)
Fendrick Gallery, Washington, D.C., “The Book as Art” (catalog)
1976 – Bronx Museum, New York City, New York, invitational exhibition (catalog)
1974 – Washington Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., “Paperworks” (catalog)
1973 – Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. (catalog)
A.I.R. Gallery, New York City, New York, “Five from D.C.”

VIDEO SCREENINGS

1996 – Contemporary Art Centre & Art Media Center/TV Gallery, Moscow, Russia
1994 – Corcoran School of Art, Washington, D.C.
1993 – Brasilia de Artes Plasticas, Brasil
Mills College, Oakland, California
Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California
American Film Institute National Video Festival, Hollywood, California
Arts Festival of Atlanta, Georgia
Athens International Film and Video Festival, Athens, Ohio

COLLECTIONS (Selected)

Getty Center for the Arts and Humanities
Museum of Modern Art, New York City
Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England
Contemporary Art Centre & Art Media Center/TV Gallery, Moscow
Yale University, Hartford, Connecticut
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, France
Marvin and Ruth Sackner Archive of Concrete Poetry and Visual Poetry
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.
Bruce Peel Special Collections Library, University of Alberta, Canada
Mills College Special Collections Library, Oakland, California
University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach
The Athenaeum, San Diego, California
University of California San Diego Special Collections Library, San Diego
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA

PUBLIC ART COMMISSIONS

2012-2013 – Rosie the Riveter Park artist designer & artist consultant.to Gerrie Schipske, Councilwoman, Long Beach
2010 – Paramount, North Long Beach RDA, mosaic and stainless steel
2010 – Directions, Six bus stations, Long Beach Transit projects. 150 Porcelain ceramic tiles
2007 – Sun Salutations, LA County Healthcare Facility for Sun Valley, CA, (LA County Arts Commission) Byzantine mosaic, ceramic tile, painted-tiles, interior & exterior of building
2006 – Illuminations, 50th Anniversary Sculpture, City of Cerritos, Mosaic, Glass, Stainless Steel, Cerritos, CA
2004 – Navysphere, Long Beach Navy Memorial, stainless, brass and bronze sculpture/porcelain enamel panels Queensway Bay, Long Beach (Dedication: July 10, 2004)
2004 & ongoing – Bluff Erosion & Enhancement Project, with Craig Cree Stone, City of Long Beach
2004 – Elevator Cabinet Improvement Project, City Hall, commission for porcelain enamel artwork, Long Beach
2001 – Smithsonian, Commissioned Temporary Public Artwork in conjunction with Smithsonian Series, AMC properties.
2000 – Art Enhancement Project, Los Angeles International Airports (LAX), street paver medallions & bronze sculpture, (Commission for conceptual design — on hold as of Summer 2000)
1998-99 – First Street Facade Improvement Project, East Village Arts District, Long Beach, artist on design team.
1997-98 – In Vogue, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, “Windows on Wilshire”, commission to create two windows (96″ x 138″ each) August to January.
1998 – Finalist: Pedestrian Bridge over 101 Freeway, Metropolitan Transportation Authority
1997 – Finalist: Santa Monica Boulevard Transit Parkway Project, Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Finalist: Long Beach Redevelopment Agency commission to create porcelain enamel wall work for Westside Police Sub-station
1996 – Finalist: Glendale Blvd. H.O.V. & Streetscape Project, Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Commission to produce public art for “Dirty Windows” subway project, Berlin, Germany Westside Area Monuments, Redevelopment Project Area, Long Beach (slated for completion when city bond is passed)
1995 – Finalist: Cultural Affairs commission for Department of Transportation facility in West Los Angeles, California Finalist: Cultural Affairs commission for Youth Opportunities Unlimited alternative high school, South Central, Los Angeles, California
1994 – MetroRail commission for the Blue Line (Anaheim Station), Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, “Local Odysseys”, (installed October 1994)
1987 – Press Telegram “Press Art” commission to produce art for double-page newspaper spread, Long Beach, (Adolfo Nodal, Juror)

HONORS AND AWARDS

2013 – A Lot Grant, National Endowment for the Arts
2012 – Long Beach Artists Fellowship
2011 – Invited Speaker, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
2011 – Invited Speaker, Shanghai University, Shanghai, China
2008 – Durfee ARC Grant
2005 – Yaddo Artist’s Residency, Saratoga Springs, New York
2004 – Yaddo Artist’s Residency, Saratoga Springs, New York
1999 – Yaddo Artist’s Residency, Saratoga Springs, New York
Long Beach Artist’­s Fellowship, Long Beach, California
1997 – Yaddo Artist’s Residency, Saratoga Springs, New York
1994 – National Museum of Women in the Arts, National Book Award
1992 – Distinguished Arts Award, Visual Artist, City of Long Beach
1986 – Professor Emeritus, Corcoran School of Art, Washington, D.C.
1985 – National Endowment for the Arts, Visual Artist’s Fellowship

PUBLICATIONS ABOUT THE ARTIST (Selected)

Emenegger, Ashley, “Terry Braunstein: Station Identification; Terry Braunstein: Time Bound”, THE Magazine, (photos), April 2009
Gottleib, Shirle, “Terry Braunstein” Art Scene, March, 2009 (photos)
Covarrubias, Amanda, “Campus Clinic Fills Need” Los Angeles Times, April 8, 2008 (photo)
Anderson, Troy, “Cultural Side to Public Projects,” LA Daily News, March, 2008 (photos)
Hennessey, Tom, “Cerritos Artist Has it Covered,” Long Beach Press Telegram, February 18, 2007
Gottleib, Shirle, “Book Mark,” Long Beach Press Telegram, December 15, 2006 (photos)
Molina, Genaro, “Navy Memorial,” Los Angeles Times, July 11, 2004 (photo)
Greene, Chad, “Navy Memorial in Place,” Long Beach Press Telegram July 11, 2004 (photo)
Segura, Joe, “The Sphere is Here,” Long Beach Press Telegram May 20, 2004 (photos)
Crane, Barbara, “Three Women of Influence in L.B. Tell Different Stories,” L.B. Business Journal, Jan. 2004 (photos)
Hennessy, Tom, “Navy Memorial Will Offer Portal to City’s Past” Long Beach Press Telegram Dec. 12,1999 (photo)
Hunt, Tamara, “Window Into Art,” Los Angeles Times (Westside Weekly), Nov. 16, 1997 (photo)
Harvey, Steve, “Drive-by Art” (Only in L.A.),Los Angeles Times Oct. 1, 1997 (photo)
Gottleib, Shirle, “Windows Turning Heads on Wilshire, “Press-Telegram Oct. 6, 1997 (photo)
Falces, Manuel, “La Magia del Fotomontaje, “El Pais (Babelia), Madrid, Spain, Feb. 15, 1997 (cover photo & 7 photos)
Merino, Jose F., “Colvin, Braunstein y America Sanchez exponen desde hoy en la Universidad”, El Adelanto January 18, 1996 (photo)
Falces, Manuel, “Instantaneas de lo disperso”El Pais (Babelia), Madrid, Spain, September 9, 1995 (photo)
U.S. Department of Transportation, Art in Transit publication citing outstanding public art works in transit systems across the United States, 1995 (photo)
McCoy, Mary, “Books Revised with Vision” Washington Post Jan. 28, 1995
Bush, G.M., “Blue Line Platforms Get Touch of Artistry” Press Telegram, Oct. 24,1994 (photo)
Davids, Betsy, “Book Arts from the Southland” Visions Summer, 1994
Gottleib, Shirle, “South Bay Smorgasbord” Visions, Winter, 1993
Hassan, Michael, “Reading Journeys Through Bookland by Terry Braunstein”, Word & Image, The Ampersand Quarterly Journal of the Pacific Center for the Book Arts, Volume 12, Numbers 3 & 4 (photo).
Curtis, Cathy, “Galleries”, L.A.Times, Oct.2, 1992 (photo)
Hoffberg, Judith, “Collage Logic”, Visions Fall, 1991 (photo)
Gamblin, Noriko, Curator, Terry Braunstein: Stations Long Beach Museum of Art publication to accompany exhibition (April 4 – June 2, 1991) photos
Schneider, “Life in the Media World”, Artweek, May 2, 1991
Littlefield, Kinney, “Image is Everything…or is It?” Press Telegram, April 5, 1991 (color cover photograph)
Falces, Manuel, “La Primavera Fotografica se abre con imagenes historicas y las ultimas tendencias del fotomontaje”, El Pais, April 25, 1990 (photo)
Guillamon, Julia, “Un nuevo reparto de atribuciones”, La Vanguardia, April 24, 1990 (photo)
Fontcuberta, Joan, “Sempre ens que da la ironia”, l’Avui, April 25, 1990 (photo)
Falces, Manuel, “Entornos reciclados,”El Pais, May 19 (photo)
Fox, Howard, Voyages, Centro Andaluz de la Fotografia publication to accompany exhibition (October, 1990)
Cara, Diego, “Terry Braunstein, ensonadora de fantasias proximas,” La Cronica, Oct. 30, 1990 (photos)
Creamer, Colleen, “Terry Braunstein, the Cutting Edge of Collage,” Darkroom Photography interview, March, 1990 Vol. 12, Number 3, pp. 22-25, 58 (color photographs).
Mohr, Bill, “Braunstein’s Collages Spotlight Struggles of Women”, Press Telegram, April 23, 1989 (photo).
Lewis, JoAnn, “Things They Don’t Teach You in Collage”, Washington Post, April 8, 1988 (photo).
Joselow, Beth, “H. Terry Braunstein”, Washington Review, interview, Jan, ’87 pp.3-6 (photos)
Lewis, JoAnn, “Braunstein’s Fantasy Montages”, Washington Post, Oct. 18, 1986
Myers, Jr., George, “Terry Braunstein: Perceptive Bookmaker,” Umbrella, interview fall, 1983 (photo)
Berland, Dinah, “Seven Photographers Evoke the Symbolists”, L.A. Reader, November 12, 1982
Lewis, JoAnn”, Art Through the Pages”, Washington Post, Oct. 7, 1982 (photos)
Berland, Dinah, “Her Work is an Open Book,”Los Angeles Times, Aug. 15, 1982 (photos)
Lewis, JoAnn “Sculpted Books”, Washington Post, March 15, 1980
Forgey, Benjamin, “Book as Art”, Washington Star, March 13, 1980
Cohen DePietro, Anne, Ed., The List, Independent Curators Incorporated, 1980

EDUCATION

M.F.A. Maryland Institute of Art, Baltimore (Graduate Assistantship)
B.F.A. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (Alumni Scholarship)
l’Ecole des Beaux Arts, Aix-en-Provence, France (Carnegie Grant)