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Artist’s Resume
Selected Solo Exhibitions
1978    Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York
1980    Phyllis Kind gallery, New York
1981    Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago
            Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York
1982     Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York
1983     Phyllis kind Gallery, New York
1984    Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York
            Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago
1985    Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York
1986    Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago
1987    Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York
1988    Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York
1989    Phyllis Kind gallery, New York
            Gray Art Gallery, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina
1990    Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York
            Monty Stabler Galleries, Birmingham, Alabama
            Gallery of Art, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls
            Moody Gallery of Art, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
            The Waterworks Visual Arts center, Salisbury, North Carolina
1991    Monty Stabler Galleries    
            Ayden Art Center, Ayden, North Carolina
1992    Monty Stabler galleries
            Merchant-Ivory Foundation at the Red Mills, Claversck, New York
1993    Monty Stabler Galleries
            Columbia-Greene Community College, Hudson, New York
1994     Monty Stabler Galleries
1995    Monty Stabler Galleries
1997    Monty Stabler Galleries
            Interlaken School of Art, Interlaken, Massachusetts
1998    Monty Stabler Galleries
2000    Monty Stabler Galleries
2008    Artspace, New Haven Connecticut
Selected Group Exhibitions
1978    Bad Paintings, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York
            Recent Works on Paper by American Artists, Madison Art Center, Wisconsin
1979    Painting and Sculpture Today, Indianapolis Museum of Art
            Annual Mid-Year Exhibition, Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio
1980    Studio Workspace Program Exhibition, P.S. 1, Long Island City, New York
            Painters From New York galleries, James Madison University, Harrisburg, Virginia;  Virginia
                 Polytechnic Institute, Blackburg, Virginia; Roanoke College, Salem, Virginia
1981    Escapes, Art Latitude Gallery, New York
            Five Decades, Recent Work  by Alumni of the Department of Art, Elvejhem Museum of Art,              
                 University of Wisconsin, Madison
1982    Challenge and Response; Twenty-two New York Artists, Turman Gallery, Indiana                   
                 State University, Terre Haute
            Narrative Painting, Mankato State University, Mankato, Missouri
            Still Life/Interiors, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans
1983    Bodies and Souls, Artists’ Choice Museum, Marisa Del Ray Gallery, New York
            Festival of Arts, Muhlenberg College Gallery, Allentown, Pennsylvania
            Saints, Harm Bouchart Gallery, New York
1984    Exotic, Godula Bucholz, Munich, Germany
            Painting and Sculpture Today, 1984, Indianapolis Museum of Art
            Contemporary Landscape, Freport-McMoRan Inc., New York, curated by the Art  Lending Gallery
                 of the Museum of Modern Art, New York
            Of Saints and Sinners, Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago
1985    Neuva Pintura Narrativa, El Museo Ruffino Tamayo, Mexico City
            Dialoghi Nell Arti, Palazzo Ducale Di Gubbio, Italy
            New Narrative paintings, selections from the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum         
                 of Art, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
            Contemporary Issues II, Holman Art Gallery, Trenton State College, Trenton, New Jersey
            More is More, Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York
 1986   Photo-Synthesis, One Penn Plaza, New York
            Line Drives, Gallery 53 / Smitty Artworks, Cooperstown, New York
1987    39th Annual Purchase Exhibition, American Academy and Institute of Letters, New York
            Art Against Aids, Phyllis Kind Gallery
1988    CRASH, Computer Assisted Art, Beloit, Wisconsin
1990    Faculty Exhibition, Gray Art Gallery, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina
1991    American Narrative Painting and Sculpture, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, New York
            Painting:  The 1980’s, Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, Florida
1993    A Salute to Peter Dean by His Friends, G. W. Einstein Gallery, New York
            Printmaking Today, Michael Lord Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Struve Gallery,
                 Chicago, Illinois.
            The Diner Show, Hudson Gallery, Hudson, New York
            In Celebration of Summer, Monty Stabler Galleries, Birmingham, Alabama
1994    The Mayor Show, Museum of the City of New York
            Tandem Press:  Five Years of Collaboration and Experimentation, Elvejhem Museum of Art,                    
                 University of Wisconsin, Madison
            Recent Acquisitions, Museum of the City of New York
            Random Systems, Columbia-Greene Community College, Hudson, New York
1995    Temporarily Possessed; The Semi-Permanent Collection, The New Museum of Contemporary Art,               
                 New York
            Alabama Impact:  Contemporary Artists With Alabama Ties, Fine Arts Museum of the South,             
                 Mobile, Alabama and Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, Alabama  
            Art Chicago ‘95, Chicago, Illinois
2003    Works by Lori Hanson and Lawrence Lincoln, Cham Hendon, Cynda Valle, San Francisco Museum of
                 Modern Art, Artists Gallery
2005    New Visions, Pro Arts Gallery, Oakland California
2007    California in Connecticut, New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain Connecticut
            Artspace Open Studios, New Haven Connecticut
2008    Artspace Open Studios, New Haven Connecticut
            The  Players’ Lounge Invitational Exhibition, Pilot Pen International Tennis tournament, New Haven
            Intricacies, Hess Laboratories, New Haven Connecticut
Selected Public Collections
            Metropolitan Museum of art, New York
            Museum of the City of New York
            The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York
            Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, Alabama
            City College of New York
            Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin
            Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina
            Wisconsin Center for Educational Research, Madison, Wisconsin
            Chase Manhattan Bank, New York
            University of Michigan Museum of Art
1978    Anon., “Bad Painting, The New Museum”.  The Villager, New York, Oct., p.2.
            Merzorati, Gerald, “The Exhibition Called Bad Painting”.  New York Tribune, Feb. 8, p.C 19
            Garmel, Marion Simon, “What Is This?  Modern Art, They Say”.  Indianapolis News, Jun. 4, p.46.
            Perlberg, Deborah, “Bad Painting, the New Museum”.  Art Forum, Apr., pps. 68-69.
            Russell, John, “Bad Painting”.  The New York Times, Jan. 16, p. C21.
            Tucker, Marcia, “Bad Painting”.  (exhibition catalog), The New Museum, New York.
1979    Tully, Judd, “Cham Hendon”.  Arts, Apr., p. 17.
            Olejarz, Harold, “Cham Hendon”.  Arts, May, p. 27.
            Russell, John, “Cham Hendon’s World Out of Small Beakers”.  New York Times, Feb. 2, p. C 22. 1980    
            Ratcliff, Carter, “Cham Hendon at Phyllis Kind”.  Art In America, Nov., p. 40.
            Elsner, Carmen, “Elvejhem Display Celebrates Decade”.  Wisconsin State Journal, Oct. 26, p. I 6.
1981    Tully, Judd, “Cham Hendon”.  Flash Art, No. 104, Oct-Nov., p.13.
            Tallmer, Jerry, “How’m I Doin?  Not Bad, and in Acrylics Yet”.  New York Post, Oct. 10, p.13.
            Kepics, Susan, “Fifty Works of Art Worth the Wait”.  Wisconsin State Journal, Jun. 11, p. H1.
            Russell, John, “Cham Hendon”.  The New York Times, Oct. 23.
            Blake, Susan, “Cham Hendon”.  The New Art Examiner, Summer.
1984    Liebermann, William B., “New Narrative Painting”.  (exhibition catalog), Museum of Art,
                 Fort Lauderdale, FL, unpaginated.
1985    Liebermann, William B., “Dialoaghi Nell Arte”.  (exhibition catalog”, Palazzo Ducale Di Gubbio,
                 Gubbio, Italy, pp. 96-97.
            Goldstein, Howard and Fichner-Rathus, Lois, “Contemporary Issues II”.  (exhibition catalog),
                 Holman Art Gallery, Trenton State College, NJ, unpaginated.
            Nelson, James R., “Art Happenings”.  The Birmingham News, Jul. 14,p. F7.
            Nelson, James R., “Recent Museum Acquisitions Include a Hoffman”.  The Birmingham News,
                 Jul. 14, p. F7.
1988    Anon., “Tandem Press Created to Promote Collaborative Printmaking”.  The Department of Art
                 Newsletter, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Spring, p. 3.
            Prince, Patrick D., “Crash:  Computer Assisted Hardcopy”.  (exhibition catalog), Beloit Colleg
                 Museum, Beloit WI, unpaginated.
1989    Rogers, Katherine, “Madison Art Center Proudly  Struts Its Stuff”.  Wisconsin State Journal,
                 Sep. 8, p. H1.
            Lynch, Kevin, “Art Center Best On Display”.  The Capital Times, Madison WI., Sep. 8, p. 39.
            Zaleski, Rob, “Heart and Soul”.  The Capital Times, Sep. 8, pps. 39, 43, 44.
1990    Bickley-Greene, Cynthia, “Cham Hendon Exhibition Is Dynamic, Forelorn”.  The Waterloo Courier,
                 IA, Dec. 7,p. D7.
            Patterson, Tom, “Bad Paintings by Cham Hendon”.  The Arts Journal, vol. 15, no. 7, Apr., p. 11.
            Nesbitt, Perry, “Cham Hendon, Paintings”.  New Vision, vol. 2, no. 2, Mar-Apr., unpaginated.
            Redd, Chris, “Outside-Inside:  The Waterworks”.  Triad Style, Mar. 28, p.12.
            Patterson, Tom, “Three Shows at Salisbury Are All Different, All Interesting”.  Winston-Salem Journal,
                 NC, Apr. 1, p. H11.
            Nelson, James R., “Unusual Technique, Acrylic and Rhoplex, Has Impact”.  The Birmingham News,
                 Nov. 11, p. C1.
            Anon., “Three Exhibited at Gray Gallery”.  The Daily Reflector, Greenville, NC, May 6, p. D1.
            Evans, Cherie, “the Art of Restoration”.  The Daily Reflector, Greenville, NC, May 6, p. D1.
            Anon., “Outsider Art Inside the Waterworks”.  The Salisbury Post, Salisbury NC, Mar. 8, p. D1.
            Ela, Janet, “Coming of Age-Twenty One Years of Çollecting”. (exhibition catalog), The Madison Art
                 Center, Jul.-Aug., unpaginated.
1991    Doty, William G., “Cham Hendon, Equal Justice Under Law”.  Art Papers, vol. 15, Jan.-Feb., P. 43.
            Lipson, Karen, “The Stories Painting and Sculpture Tell In The 80’s”.  Long Island Newsday, Aug. 9,
            Anon., “Art Works by Cham Hendon Open Show at Red Mills Sat.”.  The Independent’ Hillsdale, NY,      
                 Oct. 3, p. D1.
1992    Nelson, James R., “Hendon’s Work Reminiscent of  Giant Taffy Pull”.  The Birmingham News,
                 May 10, p. F6.
1994    Anon., “The City Through Artists’ Eyes”.  The New York Times, Oct. 30, p. N1.
            Strickland, Susan, “Scribblers”.  The Birmingham News, Aug. 5, p. 6G.
1995    Nelson, James R., “Hendon, Taylor Offer Balance”.  The Birmingham News, Jan. 8, p. 6F.
2000    Nelson, James R., “Hendon Returns to Celebrate Home With Paintings”.  The Birmingham News,
                 Apr. 23, p. D1.
            Raabe, Nancy, “City Native Cham Hendon Exhibits Humor, Art In Rhoplex Swirls”.  The Birmingham
                 News, Apr. 6, pp. E1, E6.
2003    Koppman, Debra, “Lori Hanson and Lawrence Lincoln, Cham Hendon, Cynda Valle”.  Artweek, April
               2003, Vol. 34, Issue 3. P.33.
2005    Anon., “Cham Hendon”.  Fecalface.com.
            Pritikin, Renny, “Shotgun Review”. www.delpesco.com/shotgun/archives
2008    Hoffman, Hank, “Mount Grandeur:  “Paintings by Cham Hendon”, ctartscene.blogspot.com
            Birke, Judy, “Artspace’s  CONNcentric is good idea not fully realized”, The New Haven Register,
                 Oct.  19, pp. E1, E2.