American University College of Arts & Sciences – American University Museum

Education by Play and Games
I was scheduled for a solo exhibition at the Katzen Museum in Washington, DC., opening on June 13th.  This was to be the Who is She? exhibition, curated by Claudia Bohn-Spector and Sam Mellon, that was at the Long Beach Museum of Art several years ago along with some newer works. Last month, the Katzen announced that it was cancelling all shows due to the coronavirus.  
In lieu of a physical show of my work, in an attempt to show the work of the artists scheduled during this time, they have created a webpage of my work at their site, which I invite you to visit:
In two weeks, the museum will be hosting a discussion between the director, Jack Rasmussen, and myself about the work in this exhibition and my career as an artist.
As always, I am  grateful for your interest.
With my best regards,

Reflections at the Long Beach Museum of Art

Reflections--Installation at LBMA 2

My latest installation, Reflections, has been acquired by the Long Beach Museum of Art, and will be making its debut in the upcoming exhibition, Women Artists of California–Seven Decades from the Permanent Collection, which will be at the museum from January 25th until April 26th, 2020.

The opening will be January 24th from 7–9PM (if you would like to attend the special members and artists reception from 5–7PM, please let me know and I will add your name to the guest list.)

I am also very pleased to tell you that the Getty has recently acquired four more of my works, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, three. 

Reflections--Installation at LBMA


Layer Upon Layer

Layer Upon Layer

An exhibition titled Layer Upon Layer opens November 20th at the El Camino College Gallery.

Victor Raphael, a wonderful artist, and I have 6 pieces from two collaborative series that we have been working on for the past three years. Titled The Climate Change Series, and The Wall, the works combine our two artistic practices.

Opening reception: Wednesday, November 20, 2019 7–9PM
Exhibition dates: November 18–December 11, 2019 (Closed Nov. 28 for Thanksgiving)
Artists Talk: Tuesday, November 26th at 1PM (Victor Raphael will be speaking for both of us)

Address: 16007 Crenshaw Blvd.
Torrance, CA 90506


Climate Change


Mexican Wall

A special exhibition at Michael Stearns Gallery

Places Without Walls

I am very pleased to invite you to a special exhibition at Michael Stearns Gallery at the Loft in San Pedro. The opening is September 15th from 2–6PM.

Unlike most of my exhibitions, this one is a a collaborative sequence created by Dinah Berland and myself. At 3PM on the day of the opening, I will give an introduction to the work, followed by a poetry reading by Dinah Berland.

The Loft is at 401 S. Mesa Street, San Pedro, Ca.90731–enter the gallery on 4th Street through the loading dock. The exhibition will be open from September 5th through October 26th.

Looking forward to seeing you there!



A pop-up exhibit at LACMA

Baggage - Terry Braunstein

I am pleased to be included in a Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) pop-up exhibition in the museum’s Photo Study Center. The photograph that I will have on display is “Baggage,” and was purchased by LACMA last fall. As a pop-up exhibition, the work will only be on display on May 18th and May 19th.

If you should be free, I will be at the Photo Study Center on Saturday, May 18th from 2PM to 4PM, and hope that you might want to see the Eleanor Antin show, and stop by to see me and my work.

With my best regards,


5905 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles