Listing of Exhibitions, Curatorial Projects and Special Programs


Solo Exhibitions
African-American Museum, Hempstead, NY
Center of Photography at Woodstock, NY
Christ Lutheran Church, Floral Park, NY
Omni Gallery, Uniondale, NY
PACE Gallery, Mineola, NY
Shelter Rock Library, Albertson, NY

Group Exhibitions
African-American Museum, Hempstead, NY
Art League of Long Island, Dix Hills, NY
Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven, CT
East Hampton Visual Arts Festival, Springs, NY
Fine Arts Museum of Long Island, West Hempstead, NY
Hewlett Woodmere Library, Hewlett, NY
Long Island Arts Council at Freeport, Freeport, NY
Mineola Library, Mineola, NY
Mistretta Gallery, Locust Valley, NY
Omni Gallery, Uniondale, NY
Photography Club of Long Island, Port Washington, NY
Rockville Centre Artist Guild, Rockville Centre, NY
Shelter Rock Library, Albertson, NY
Smithtown Arts Council, Jamesport, NY
Susan Eley Fine Arts, New York, NY
The Lumberyard, Bellerose, NY
The Stepping Stone Gallery, Huntington, NY

Curatorial Projects
PACE Gallery was founded in 1998 by the Long Island Center of Photography (LICP). The
Parent and Child Education Program was established to encourage photographers and artists
within the Long Island community to present work dealing with parenting, child development,
education, and communications. I developed the program to encourage amateurs, people with
disabilities, seniors, and professionals to participate in this community outreach program.
Since the program’s inception, I have curated and LICP presented approximately 60 exhibitions
at the PACE facility.

Partial Listing of PACE exhibitions:
Children's Art, Peggy Leder, Art Therapist
China: A Family Within, Faith Tomases, Photographer
City Walk: Panoramas and Motion Studies, Robert Galbraith, Photographer
Family, A Personal Vision, Brian Kerrigan, Photographer
Frames, Dick Lopez, Photographer/Artist
Getting Focused, Photography by Children, Ages 7 through 13
Healing Through Art, Clients of Mary Mount Rehabilitation Center of Long Island,
Julie Dengler, Art Therapist
Illustrations of a Teenage Illustrator, Marcello Barba, Illustrator
Just As I Am, Dick Lopez and Linda Puma, Photographers
Post Cards, Dick Lopez, Photographer
Portrait of Dan Keplinger, Painter, Chuck Fishman, Photographer
Spirit Of The Time: Beyond Ground Zero, Len Jacobs, Photographer
and Mike Lennon, Videographer
Through The Eyes Of The Future, Photographs by High School Students
What Kids Need To Grow Up Healthy, Neala Schwartzberg, Psychologist and Writer

Partial listing of exhibitions presented at other venues:
All My Babies, Robert Galbraith, Photographer, African-American Museum, Hempstead, NY
LICP Members Exhibition, African-American Museum, Hempstead, NY
LICP Members Exhibition, The Lumberyard, Bellerose, NY
Photography by Keisha Scarville, African-American Museum, Hempstead, NY
Photography by Jeff Smith, African-American Museum, Hempstead, NY
Portraits of World War II Veterans, Barbara Canalizo, Photographer, Mineola, NY
Riding Academy, Three Photographers, Omni Gallery, Uniondale, NY
The Cliff, Ester Jové Soligue, Photographer, Christ Lutheran Church, Floral Park, NY

Special Programs

Co-Directed LICP’s Photo Focus 2011 and 2012 Speaker Programs
Creating The Fine Art Print, Bob Neiman, Photographer
Exhibiting Photographs, Sandra Carrion, Educator and Photographer
Explorer Of Light, Parrish Kohanim, Photographer
iPAD APPS For Digital Photography, Dave Marra, Apple Senior Systems Engineer
Portrait Of China, Bo Wang, Photographer, Video Artist and Filmmaker
Sport Photography, Al Bello, Chief Sports Photographer at Getty Images
Teaching Photography, Susan Dooley, Educator and Photographer
Traditional Hand Painted Photographs, Susanna Briselli, Artist
Writing and Photography, Mindy Kronenberg, Art Educator and Writer

Other Initiatives
In the fine tradition of Alfred Stieglitz and on behalf of the Long Island Center of Photography,
I established LICP’s Little Gallery program, which is open to Long Island-based artists, writers,
poets, and musicians. Since 2002, this group meets monthly at Hofstra University for the
purpose of providing participants with constructive criticism, review, and discussion of their art.

Images For The Millennium: A Long Island Focus on Photography was organized as a one-day
symposium on the latest trends in photographic theory, techniques, and technology with
exhibitions of the presenter’s work (curated by the Long Island Center of Photography) and
special presentations by participating organizations. This event was held at Nassau Community
College and the Omni Gallery located in Uniondale, NY in 1998.

On behalf of the Long Island Center of Photography, I collaborated with the Nassau County
Museum of Fine Art in Roslyn, NY to present a Retrospective Exhibition On The Photographic
Works Of Horst P. Horst,
a distinguished photographer who resided in Oyster Bay, NY.
This project was presented in 2002.