Exhibitions + Collections

Selected Solo* and Group ExhibitionsSelected Collections
2017

“Matthew Cusick and Diane Samuels: Crosscurrents,” Pavel Zoubok Gallery, New York, New York

“Doubt,” curated by Nadine Wasserman, Space Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

2016

“John Riegert,” curated by Brett Yasko, Space Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

“MAXIMUM MINIMUN IN UNUM,” curated by Joshua Reiman & Susanne Slavick , Miller Gallery, CMU, Pennsylvania

2015

“Biennale Jerusalem 2015,” curated by Women of the Book, Jerusalem, Israel

“Close Reading,” Carlow University Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

“Szekszard Triennial, Magyar Elektrográfiai Társaság,” Szekszard, Hungary

“Sign, Letter, Code,” curated by Jaroslava Severová, National Library of Technology, Prague, Czech Republic

“Sampling,” curated by Dara Meyers-Kingsley, Pavel Zoubok Gallery, New York, New York

“What You See Then Is What You See Now: Selected Featured Artist Projects Renewed,”
curated by Maddy Rosenberg, Center for Book Arts, New York, New York

2014

“Obsessive Compulsive Order,” curated by Viera Levitt, UMass Dartmouth, University Art Gallery, New Bedford, Massachusetts

“Sequential Abstraction,” Kim Foster Gallery, New York, New York

2012

“What’s My Line?”, Kim Foster Gallery, New York, New York

2011

“A Noiseless Patient Spider,“ Kim Foster Gallery, New York, New York*

“Neighbo(u)rhood,” curated by Georgina Jackson, The Mattress Factory Museum, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

“Gertrude’s/LOT,” curated by Eric Shiner, Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

2010

“Zero to Ten,” Yeshiva University Museum, Center for Jewish History, New York, New York

“San Diego Book Arts Third National Juried Show,” University of California San Diego, California

“Drawing Continued,” Kim Foster Gallery, New York, New York

2009

“Eye World,” curated by Michelle Loh and Emily Cheng, Triple Candie, New York, New York

“The End: Analyzing Art in Troubled Times,” curated by Eric Shiner, Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (February-May)

“FLOW: art/text/newmedia,” curated by Rocío Aranda-Alvarado, Center for Book Arts, New York, New York (April)

“Drawing/Painting,” Kim Foster Gallery, New York, New York

“10th International Biennial,” Municipal Museum of Art, Györ, Hungary

2008

“Mapping Sampsonia, Part II: Close Readings,” Kim Foster Gallery, New York, New York*

“In the Making,” Fe Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

“A.I.R. Gallery: The History Show,” A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

2007

“Mapping Sampsonia,” Harlan Gallery, Seton Hill University, Greensburg, Pennsylvania*

“9th International Graphics Biennial,” Municipal Museum of Art, Györ, Hungary

“AAP, Then and Now,” curated by Vicky A. Clark, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

“Surface Impressions,” Islip Museum of Art, Islip, New York

2006

“Mapping Sampsonia,” Kim Foster Gallery, New York, New York*

“Journeys and Home,” Center for Book Arts, New York, New York*

“Diane Samuels: An Overview,” Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania*

“Terrain,” Kim Foster Gallery, New York, New York

2005

“Diane Samuels,” Galerie Schloss Mochental, Ehingen, Germany*

“Messages and Communication,” Mattress Factory Museum, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

“8th International Graphics Biennial,“ Invitational, Municipal Museum of Art, Györ, Hungary

2004

“Text – Subtext,” Kunstverein, Schwäbisch Hall, Germany*

“Traces,” Kim Foster Gallery, New York, New York*

“The Third International Print Triennial Award Winners,” Museum of Fine Arts, Prague, Czech Republic

2003

“Artist of the Year,” Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania*

“Bibliocosmos,” Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College, Portland, Oregon

2002

“Imprints, Selected Work” Leo Baeck Institute, Center for Jewish History, New York, New York*

2001

“Inscription,” Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania*

“Short Stories,” Kim Foster Gallery, New York, New York*

“The Third International Print Triennial,” Prague, Czech Republic (Award)

“The Fact Show,” curated by Vicky A. Clark, The Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

2000

“Faith: The Impact of Judeo-Christian Religion on Art at the Millennium,” The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT

“Amadora 2000, VII International Print Biennial,” Fábrica da Cultura, Amadora, Portugal

“Cyberarts 2000,” Prix Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria

“30 Curators,” curated by Ann Sutherland Harris, Concept Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

1999

“Diane Samuels,” curated by Elaine A. King, Municipal Museums of Art, Komárom, Hungary and Györ, Hungary*

“7 Minutes, 12 Frames per Minute,” Kim Foster Gallery, New York, New York*

“Lecture Plurielle,” la Galerie Ditour, curated by Claude Sinte, Namur, Belgium

“Ma[r]king,” curated by Elaine A. King, Central Arts, Tucson, Arizona

“Cyberarts 99,” Prix Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria

1998

“Sounds and Shadows,” Galéria Jána Koniarka, Synagóga Centrum súcasného umenia, Trnava, Slovakia*

“Felicien Rops International Exhibition,” Musée Rops, Namur, Belgium

“Friends of Marja-Liisa Mäki-Penttilä,” Lapinlahden Taidemuseo, Lapinlahti, Finland

“The 4th printmaking Triennial,” Embassy of France, Washington, DC

1997

“Imprints and Artifacts,” Kim Foster Gallery, New York, New York*

“Imprints and Artifacts,” Bernheimer Realschule, Buttenhausen, Germany*

“The Masters of Graphic Arts, IV International Biennial,” Municipal Museum of Art, Györ, Hungary

“Quatrième Triennale Mondiale d’Estampes petit format,” Chamalières, France

1996

“Gezeichnet Sein, Rainer Junghanns, Diane Samuels, Claude Sinte,” Ballhaus Im Nordpark, Düsseldorf, Germany

“Reader,” curated by Katherine Gass, Curt Marcus Gallery (courtesy of Kim Foster Gallery), New York, New York

1995

“The Alphabet Project,” Kim Foster Gallery, New York, New York*

“Figures of Speech: The Alphabet Project,” Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio*

“R.E.S.P.E.C.T.,” curated by Vicky A. Clark, Brew House, Space 101, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

“International Graphics Biennial,“ curated by Elaine A. King, Györ, Hungary (Award)

“Being There,“ CASA, Prayssas, France

“Inter-Kontakt-Grafik ’95,” Galerie Mitteleuropa, Prague, Czech Republic

“Print triennial ’94 Consumenta ’95 in Nuremberg,” Nuremberg, Germany

1994

“The Alphabet Project,” Gallery Gerulata, Bratislava, Slovakia*

“Paralleles, Seven Artists, Four Countries,” Atelier Arts Plastiques, Prayssas, France

“The Anthropomorphic Book,” Center for Book Arts, New York, New York

“John Kirchner, Nancy Olivier, Diane Samuels,” Foster/Peet Gallery, New York, New York

“Triennale ’94 Kraków,” Palac, Sztuki, Galeria BWA, Kraków, Poland

“Material & Substance,” curated by Robert Raczka, Allegheny College, Meadville, Pennsylvania

1993

“Four One Person Shows,” Arlington Art Center, Arlington, Illinois*

“Degrees of Abstraction,” curated by Vicky A. Clark, Three Rivers Arts Festival, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

“Artist’s Books,” curated by Elaine A. King, Hunt Library/Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

1992

“Art Lubetz, Jill Watson, and Diane Samuels,” 808 Penn Modern, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

“Xiaojia Peng and Diane Samuels,” 1708 East Main, Richmond, Virginia

“Impact of Photographs,” Millersville University, Millersville, Pennsylvania

Bank of New York Mellon

Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island

Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Center for Jewish History, New York, New York

Gedenkstätte Grafeneck, Gomadingen, Germany (memorial for victims of 1940 “Euthanasia“ experimentation)

Moravany nad Váhom, Moravany, Slovakia

Municipal Museum of Art, Györ, Hungary

The Pittsburgh Zoo, Art for the Plaza, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Port Authority Transit, Art for the Subway, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Reed College, Portland, Oregon

The Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry, Miami, Florida

Yeshiva University Museum, New York, New York