A New York painter of international repute, Ida Applebroog takes an unflinching look at the struggle for power in relationships (both personal and political), the violence that is part of our everyday reality, and the evolution of gender roles in our society.

"Applebroog's work invokes a certain kind of chaotic world by means of an efficient poetics. It is a world in which people fail to perceive their emotional standing with others. Many of Applebroog's tableaux hint of dire portents and misplaced trust. Devious in narrative, she keeps viewers from knowing who are the victims and who are the perpetrators," writes Max Kozloff, art critic for Art in America.

Known for her use of cartoon-like imagery, Applebroog pulls the viewer into seemingly innocuous worlds full of charm and wit; however, closer inspection may expose a scene marked by violence, guilt, emotional dysfunction or rage. "In Applebroog's work, the comics mode underlines the artist's irony and acts as a false lead to story content. She serves up a mix of anecdotal, mythic, historical and sociopolitical themes in highly reductive form," Kozloff continues.

Ida Applebroog has exhibited worldwide for over 30 years, including numerous solo shows in New York, Berlin, London, Paris, and Tokyo. Applebroog has received many awards, including a John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Achievement Award and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the College Art Association. Her work is included in the permanent public collections of such prestigious institutions as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Guggenheim in New York, as well as collections in Germany and Japan.

1929, Bronx, New York

1948-50 New York Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences
1965-68 School of the Art Institute of Chicago
1997 Honorary Doctorate, Partsons School of Design


Ida Applebroog: Innocence versus Realite, Galerie Nathalie Pariente, Paris, France.
Ida Applebroog: Nothing Personal, Paintings 1987-1997, Pennsylvannia Acadamy of Fine Arts/Museum of American Art, Philadelphia, PA.
Ida Applebroog: Nothing Personal, Paintings 1987-1997,Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

Ida Applebroog Prints, Barry Rosen & Jaap Van Liere, New York, NY.
Ida Applebroog,Baumgartner Gallery, Washington, DC.
Ida Applebroog, Modernism, San Francisco, CA.
Ida Applebroog, Babra Gross Galerie, Munich, Germany,

Living,Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY.

Ida Applebroog,Galerie Akinci, Amsterdam.
Tattle-Tales,Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY.
Ida Applebroog - Everything is Fine, Freedman Gallery, Center for the Arts, Albright College, Reading, PA.
Ida Applebroog; Selected Paintings 1985-1991, Moody Gallery of Art, University of Aalabama, Tuscaloosa, AL.

Ida Applebroog, Frith Street Gallery, London, England
The Metropoltian Museum Mezzanine Gallery, New York, NY.
Ida Applebroog,Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greenboro, NC, (catalogue).

Ida Applebroog, Gallery Paule Anglim, San Franciscio, CA.
Ida Applebroog, Orchard Gallery, Derry, North Ireland, March 20 - April 30. Travels to: Irish museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland, May 20 - September 5; Cubitt Street Gallery, London, November 30 - January 28, 1994. (catalogue)
Everything Is Fine,Brooklyn Museum, New York, NY. (brochure)

Ida Applebroog, Kunsthallen Brandts Klae defabrik, Odense, Denmark.
Ida Applebroog, RaelistmusStudio, Berlin, Germany.
Galerie Akinci, Amsterdame, The Netherlands.
Stichting de Apple, Amsterdame, The Netherlands.

Safety Zone,Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY.
Ida Applebroog,Ulmer Museum, Ulm, Germany, September 29 - November 10; Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn Germany, November 29 - January 20; NGBK Berlin, Berlin, Germany April, 1992 (catalogue)
Barbara Gross Galerie, Munich, Germany.
Ida Applebroog,Exhibition Hall, Avtozavodskaya, Moscow. (curated by Joseph Bakshtien) (catalogue)
Galerie Langer Fain, Paris, France

Happy Families, Contemporary Arts museum, Houston, TX, Febuary 24 - May 20; The Power Plant, Toronto, Canada, June 22 - september 3. (curated by Marilyn Zeitlin) (catalogue)
Barbara Gross Galerie at The Frankfurt Art Fair, W. Germany.
Ida Applebroog, Riverside Studios, London, England.
Ida Applebroog, Seibu, Seed Hall, Tokyo, Japan. (catalogue)

Herter art Gallery, University of Massachusettes, Amherst, MA.
Art At The Edge: Ida Applebroog, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA, September 12 - October 29; Carnegie Mellon Art Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA. November 11 - December 22. (curated by Susan Krane) (catalogue)
Barbara Gross Galerie, Munich, West Germany
Nostrums, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY. (catalogue)

Reed College, Portland, OR, Ida Applebroog, September 18 - October 30.
The Picker Art Gallery, Colgate University, Hamilton, NY, Paintings, Prints, and Artist's Books, 1977-87, October 23 - November 22.

Wadsworth Atheneum, Matrix Gallery, Hartford, CT. September 19 - November 22. (curated by Andrea Miller Keller) (brochure)
Ronald Feldman fine Arts, New York, NY.

University of Kentucky Art Museum, Lexington, KY.

Cul de Sacs, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY.
Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Investigations 1986.

Galleria del Cavallino, Venice, Italy, October 26 - November 26.
Dart Gallery, Chicago, IL.
Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT.

Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, OH.
Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA.
Tommy Segal Gallery, Boston, MA.
Castillo Gallery, New York, NY.
The Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, VA.
Inmates and Others, Ronald Feldman Fine Art, New York, NY, October 13 - November 24.

Spectacolor Board, Time Square, (Public Art Fund), New York, NY.
Common Causes, Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.
1982 Current Events,Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, Noveber 6 - December 4.
Nigel Greenwood Gallery, London, England.
Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, ME

Gallerie il Diagramma, Milan, Italy.
Galleria del Cavallino, Venice, Italy, Ida Applebroog, (catalogue).
Douglas College, Brunswick, NJ. (catalogue by Evelyn Apgar)
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY. Febuary 7 - March 7.

Rotterdam Arts Foundation, Rotterdam, Holland.
Printed Matter Windows, New York, NY.
Apropos, Lucerne, Switzerland.

Wlliams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA, Works by Ida Applebroog.
Franklin Furnace, New York, NY. Manuscript.

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY.
Ellen Sragow Gallery, New York, Paper Stagings.

Women's Interart Center, New York, NY.

Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, CA.

Boehm Gallery, Palomar College, San Marcos, CA, Soft Forms: Ida Horowitz.


Joseloff Gallery, University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT, Extensions: Aspects of the Figure, November 12- January 17, 1999
The Arkansaw Arts Center, Little Rock, AR, National Drawing Invitational, May 8 - June 17 (catalogue).
Kent Gallery, New York, NY, A Delicate Condition, March 14-April 25.
Apex Art C. P., New York, NY, Not For Sale: Feminism in the USA during the 1970's, Febuary 12 - March 14.

Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI, Milwaukee Art Museum Auction, October 19.
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York, NY, Rage/Resolution: From Family Violence to Healing in the Works of Israeli and American Women, September 17 - January 30, 1998.
Bard Center for Curatorial Studies, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, Ida Applebroog and Matt Mullligan, April 26 - May 24.
The Gallery at Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, The Figure Revisited, Part 2, March 9 - April 20.
The Nassau County Museum of art, Roslyn Harbor, NY, Feminine Image, March 1, 1997
Ringling School of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL, REAL (ist) WOMEN, January 10 - Febuary 26.

Freedman Gallery, Albright College, Reading, PA, 20/20: The Visionary Legacy Doris Chanin Freedman, October 25 - December 13.
Reality Bites, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, Kansas City, MO, May 6 - June 23.
Figure Heads & Red Herrings, Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. May 4 - Juine 22.
Thomas Segal Gallery, Boston, MA,1976 - 1996 Twenty Years in Boston, April 20 - June 20.
Duke University Museum of Art, Durham, NC, Interstices: A(a)rt the A(a)rtist and the A(a)udience, April 12 - May 25.
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, Withdrawing, January 13 - Febuary 17.
University Galleries, Illinois State University, Normal, IL, Frankenstien (In Normal), January 23 - Febuary 25.

ACA Galleries, New York, NY, Voices of Conscience,December 13 - January 27,1996.

Exit Art/The First World, New York, NY, Imaginary Begings, December 2 - January 27, 1996.
The New YorkStudio School, New York, NY, Image and Eye: The Art of Goya & Picasso, October 24.
Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI, 25 Americans: Painting in the 90's, September 8 - November 12.
New York Studio School.
ARTWALK, Coalition for the Homeless, New York, NY, ARTWALK Auction, October 14.
Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY, The Art of Justice, Part II, August 1 - October 27.
The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY, Human/Nature, April 20 - May 18.
Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, IL, Wallflower, April 21 - May 27
Burhfield-Penny Art Center, Buffalo, NY, Alternatives: 20 Years of Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center 1975-1995.
Fine Arts Center, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, Imperfection Exhibition, Febuary 9 - April 15, and travel to Tyler Galleries, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA. (catalogue)
Museum of Contemporary Art/Finnish National Gallery, Helsinki, Finland, ARS 95 Helsinki, Febuary 11-May 28.
Ms Foundation for Women, New York, NY, Mothers and Daughters in Art, November 3-January.

Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA, Elvis + Marilyn, 2 X Immortal, organized by Dennis Barrie & Associates, November 2, 1994-January 8, 1995 with travel to: Contempoary Art Museum, Houston, TX, Febuary 4-March 26; Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC, April 15-June 30; cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH, August 2-September 23; New York Historical Society, New York, NY, October 15-January 8, 1996; Philbrook Acadamy, Tulsa, OK, April 13-June 3; Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH, June 22-August 19; Tennessee State Museum, Nashville, TN, September 7-November 3; San Jose' Museum of Art, Ssan Jose', CA, November 23-January 30, 1997; Honolulu Academy of Art, Honolulu, HI, April 16-June 8, 1997.
Gallery 400, School of Art and Design, The University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL, More Than Real, December 15-Febuary 28, 1995.
NGBK Galerie, Kunstamt Kreuzberg/Bethanien urd Schwules Museum, Museum, Belin, Germany, Gewalt/Geschafte, December 10-Febuary 2, 1995.
The Newhouse Center for Contempoary Art, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY, Relatively Speaking: Mothers and Daughters in Art, November 6-January 8, !995; and travel to, Rockford Museum of Art, Rockford, IL, August 13-September 24, 1995; Emily Lowe Gallery, Hofstra Museum, Hofstra University, Hampstead, NY, November-December, 1996.
Exit Art, New York, NY, ...It's How You Play the Game, November 5-Febuary 11, 1995.
Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY, Riddle of the Sphinx, October 5-November 20.
Iirish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland, September24- November 27.
The College of Wooster Art Museum, Wooster, OH, Prints from Solo Impression, Inc., August 24-October 9.
Sarah Moody Gallery of Art, University of Alabama, Tuscalussa, AL, Selections from the Permanent Collection, July 22-August 19, 1994.
Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo, Japan, Against All Odds: The Healing Powers of Art, June 17-25 and travel to; The Hanoke Open-Air Museum, Tokyo, Japan, July 13-August14.
Sonnabend Gallery, New York, Three degrees of Seperation: Independent Curators Incorporated Benefit Exhibition and Sale, May 19-June 25.
Monique Knowlton Gallery/Kent, Kent Square Station, CT, The Domestic Landscape,April 23-May 19.
Galerie de L'Ecole des Beau-Arts de Lorient, Le Temps d'un Dessin, March 16-April 6.
James Corcoran Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, Animal Farm, January 15-Febuary 26.

Has der Kunst Munich, Munich, Germany, Widerstand - Denkbilder fur die Zukunft, December 10-Febuary20, 1994.
The Contempoary Art Center, Cincinnati, OH, Figure as Fiction, December 4-January 23, 1994.
Grey Art Gallery, New York University, New York, NY, Brief Encounters: Meetings in Art, November 8-December 18.
Arther Sackler Gallery at the Grand Opera & Orchestra, Stamfprd , CT, Bluebeard, November 3-7. (catalogue)
Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D.C., 43rd Biennial Ehibition of Contemporary Painting, October 30-January2,1994.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL, 11th Anuual Benefit Auction, October 8-13. (catalogue)
The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washinton, D.C., Establishing the Legacy, September 1-September1, 1994
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, Summer '93, June 21- August 20.
Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York, NY, M'Aidez/Mayday, May 1- June12.
Kunstverein Munich, Munich, Germany, Die Arena des Privaten, Murch 24-May 9. (catalogue)
Museum am Ostwall, Dortmond, Germany, Subversion des Lachens, March 14-April 18. (catalogue)
Exit Art, Newe York, NY, 1920, March 6-April 17.
The Whitney Museum, New York, NY, The Whitney Biennial, March 4- June 13. (catalogue)
Tweed Gallery, New York, NY, City Commission on the status of Women, New York, Women's Art, Women's Lives, Women's Issues, March 1-31.
Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, NY, My/ Self: Your/ Other, Febuary 12-April 4.
Richard Anderson Gallery, New York, NY, Songs of Retribution, `January 15-Febuary, curated by Nancy Spero.

Alternative Museum, New York, NY, 10: Artist as Catalyst, November 21-Febuary 12, 1993
Artspace, Jersey City State College, Jersey City, NJ, ...by foul subtraction, December 2-24.
Frankel Nathanson Gallery, Maplewood, NJ, Prints, November 14- December 5.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel, Not For Sale, October 22- December 27.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, :os Angeles, CA. Parellel Visions: Modern Artist and Outsider Art, October 15-31
Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ, Promises: Election Dreams and Desires, Fears and Nightmares, August 26-November 7.
New Langston Arts, San Francisco, CA, The Abortion Project, August 4-29.
Musee' d'Art contemporian, Montreal, Canada, Pour la Suite Du Monde, May 26-October 11.
P.S.1 Museum, Long Island City, NYSlow Art - Painting in New York Now, April 26-June 21.
Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, CA, Devil on the Stairs, April 17-June 21.
The William Benton Museum of Art, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, Empowering the Viewer: Art, Politics and Community, January 21-March 6; Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, September 2-October2.

Philippe Briet Gallery, New York, NY, Domenikos Theotokopoulos: A Dialogue, December 5-January 25,1992
American Acadamy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, NY, 43rd Annual Acadamy-Institute Purchase Exhibition, November 12-December 8
Exit Art, New York, NY, The Hybrid State, November 2-December 14. 1991 Ecole d'Architecture de Normandie, Rouen, France, Denonciation, October 18-December 18.
ICA, Philadelpia, PA, Devil on the Stairs: Looking Back on The Eighties, October 4-January 5, 1992.
Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, CA, April 16-June 21. (catalogue)
The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., Presswork: The Art of Women Printmakers, Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, January 9-March 14, 1992; Elvejem Museum of Art, University of wisconsin, Madison, WI, June 21-August 16; Atlanta College of Art, Woodruff Arts Center, December 6-January 17, 1993; The Butler Institute of America Art, Youngstown, OH, April 11-May23; Federal reseve Bank Fine Arts Gallery, Kansas City, MO, August 15-September 26; Edwin A. Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State University, Wichita, KS, October 17-November 28; Portsmouth Museums, Portsmouth Community Arts Center, Portsmouth, VA, December 19-January 30, 1994; Spiva Arts Center, Joplin, MO, August 28-October 9; Elvehjem Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin-Madison, June 24-August 16. (catalogue)
The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England, Postmodern Prints, July 17-October 27.
The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT, The Art of Advocacy, May 18-September 22.
IMAGE Film and Video Center, Atlanta, GA, Atlanta Film and Video Festival, May 8-12.
The Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA, De-Persona, May 18- September 22. (catalogue)
Anne Plumb Gallery, New York, NY, Show of Strength, April 27- May 4.
The Whitney Museum, New York, NY, The Whitney Biennial, April 19-June 22 (Film and Video Section) (catalogue)
Simon Watson Gallery, New York, NY, The Abortion Project, March 30-April 27.
The Cultural Space, New York, NY, World Disorder, Febuary16- March 16.
Museum of Modern Art, New york, NY, Myths, video exhibition, January. 1990 Real Artways, Hartford, CT, Fifteen Years of Raw, December 7- January 26, 1991.
Tyler Art Gallery, State University of New York at Oswego, NY, Soho in Oswego: New York Art 1990!, November 30-December 16.
Milwaulkee Art Museum, Milwaulkee, WI, Word as Image: American Art 1960-1990, June 15-August 26; Oklahoma City Art Museum, Oklahoma City, OK, November 17-Febuary 2, 1991; 1990 Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX, Febuary 23-May 12. (catalogue)
American Acadamy & Institute of Artrs and Letters, New York, NY, Invitational Exhibition of Painting &Sculpture, March 5-May 12.
Haggerty Museum of Art, Marguette University, Milwaukee, WI, Images of Death in Contemoparay Art, March 22-June 3.
Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art collaborating with The New Museum and the Studio Museum of Harlem, New York, NY, The Decade Show, April 23-September 7.
Bavarian State Collection of Paintings, Munich, Germany, Prospects: Selected Work from the Collection and Possible Acquisitions, November 30-January 27, 1991. (curated by Carla Schulz-Hoffman)
Barbra Fendrick Gallery, New York, NY, Flaneur, Flaneuse: Out for a Stroll, May 4-June 2.
The Cooper Union, New York, NY, Broken Rifles, October 23- November 17.
University Art Gallery, University at Albany, SUNY, NY, Selected 1990 NYFA Fellowship Award Recipients in Painting, September 5- November 18.
The Forum Gallery, Jamestown Community College, Jamestown, NY, Aging: The Prosess, the Preception, September 14-October 27; Art Gallery, Towson State University, Towson, MD, September 12-October 5,1991; The Continential Art Gallery, Continential Insurance Co., New York, NY, October 30-November 26; Tyler Art Gallery, SUNY Oswego, Oswego, NY, Febuary 28-March 29, 1992 (catalogue).
Walter Phillips Gallery, Alberta, Canada, Heroics: A Critical View, Febuary 2-28 (catalogue). 1989 Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York, NY, November 12-December 31; Schafler Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, January 24- Febuary 24, 1989, Fantasists' REALITIES.
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, Museum of Art, New Visions of the Apocalypse, November 11-Febuary 19. (catalogue)
Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH, Making Their Mark: Women Artists Today, A Documentary Survey, 1970-1985, Febuary 15-April 2; New Orleans Museum of Art, May 6-June 18; Denver Art Museum, July 15-September 10; Pennsylvania Acadamy of Fine Arts, October 18-January 3, 1990. (catalogue)
Lehman College of Art Gallery, Bronx, NY, The Bronx Celebrates: Word/Image, March 30-May 6.
The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY, Benefit Auction Exhibition, April 26-May1.
Artworks Gallery, Hartford, CT, Mythic Moderns, December 8- January 6, 1990. 1988 Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, Committed to Print, January 31-April 19. (catalogue)
General Electric Corp., Fairfield, CT, January-March; Gannett Company, New York, June-August, Situations. (curated by the Art Lending Service of the Museum of Modern Art)
Exit Art, New York, NY, The Social Club, January 9-Febuary 13.
Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Centre, Alberta, Canada, Heroics: a Critical View, Febuary 2-28. (catalogue)
The QCC Gallery, City University of New York, NY, The Politics of Gender, March 6-31. (catalogue)
Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, SC, Just Like a Woman, March 15-May 15. (catalogue)
Adelphia Foundation, San Francisco, CA, Benefit Auction for South Africa, April 10.
Marlbrough Gallery, New York, NY, Visions/Revisions: Contemporary Representation, April 28-May 28. (catalogue).
General Electric Corp., Fairfield, CT, Figuration, curated by the Art Lending Service of the Museum of Modern Art, June-August.
Steven Scott Gallery, Baltimore , MD, Not So Naive: Six Women Artist, November 1-26.

General Electric Corp., Fairfield, CT, Contempoary Environment, organized by the Art Advisory Service of the Museum of Modern Art, January-April.
Museum of Contempoary Hispanic Art, New York, NY, Connections- Connexues, January 8-Febuary 8.
The Crysler Museum, Norfork, VA, Contempoary Drawing: Motions and Arrested Motion, January 26-March 6.
Hallwalls, Buffalo, NY, Floating Values, March 18-May 27.
Whitney Museum of American Art, Fairfield County, NY, Contemporary Dyptychs: The New Shape of Content, March 20- May 27. (catalogue)
Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C. Some Like it Hot, March 19-May 6. (brochure)
Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris, NY, The Viewer as Voyeur, April 30-July 8. (catalogue)
Emily Sorkin Gallery, New York, NY, Appearances 10th Anniversray
Art Against Aids, various galleries, organized by Livet/Riechard, New York, NY, auction June 6, exhibition May to December.
Documenta 8, Kassel, West Germany, June 12-Sseptember 20. (catalogue)
Plaza Gallery, Bank of America, San Francisco, CA, Art & Law, August 3-August 14; Albrecht Art Museum, St. Joseph, MO, August 25-September 27; Muscarelle Art Museum, College of William & Mary, Willwiamsburg, VA, November 21-January 17, 1988; Minnesota Museum of Art, St. Paul, MN, Febuary 5- April 3, 1988. (catalogue)
Morality Tales: History Painting in the 1980s, organized by Independent Curators Inc., curated by Tom Sokolowski, July- September 1989 traveling. (catalogue)
All Art Forum Thomas, Munchen, West Germany, Documenta - Auslese '87, October 15-December 13.
The Weatherspoon Gallery, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, Art on Paper, November 15- December 13. 1986 Rhode Island School of Design, Museum Of Art, Providence, RI, Life in the big City: Contemporary Artisic Responses to the Urban Environment, January-Febuary. (catalogue)
City Gallery, City Department of Cultural Affairs, New York, NY,1986: Celebration of the Arts Apprenticeship Program, January- March.
Alternative Museum, New York, NY, Liberty and Justice, Febuary 22-March 22. (co-curated by Group Material)
Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, Recent Aquisitions, March.
Hillwood Art Gallery, C.W. Post, Long IslandUniversity, NY, Drawing in Situ, March 12-April 4. (catalogue)
Linda Farris Gallery, Current, Seattle, WA. March 13-April 13.
CDS Gallery, New York, NY, Artists Choose Artist IV, April 3-May 3
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL, T-Shirts by Artist, June 17-29.
Barney's, in cooperation with the Cooper Hewitt Museum, New York, NY, The Embellishment of the Statue of Liberty, June 30- August 1.
Loe Castelli, Barbra Gladstone, John Weber, Paula Cooper , New York, NY, Law and Order Show, benefit for the Center for Constitutional Rights, September 19-27.
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL, Artist Books and Recordings, September 20-September 28.
Cleveland State University Art Gallery, Cleveland, OH, Social Sturctures, November 20-December12.
Ohio State University Gallery of Fine Arts, Columbus, OH, RAPE, November 7-December 6 and touring under the auspices of Oppertunities for the Arts. 9curated by Barbra kruger, Jenny Holzer and Susan Brownmiller) (catalogue)
The Freedman Gallery, Albright College, Reading, PA, The Fisrt Decade, November 23-December31, 1985, Gallery Glendon, Toronto, Canada, Ida Applebroog and Jana Sterbak, Febuary- March.
University Art Gallery, San Diego State, SanDiego, CA, Verbally Charged Images, Febuary-March
Art City, Newyork, NY, Male Sexuality: Expressions and Perceptions, Febuary-March.
Herron Gallery, Indianapolis Center for Contempoary Art, Indiana University, The Big Car Show: Contemporary Visions of the Automobile, May 11-June 22. (catalogue)
Queesborough College, NY, The Parodic Power of Popular Imagery, March.; Albright College, Reading, PA, May-June. (catalogue)
Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY, Writing on the Wall, September- October.
Johnson & Johnson Corporaye Headquarters, New Brunwick, NJ, Aspects of American Painting: Recent Contmporary Art, September-November.
The Guerilla Girls at the Palladium, New York, NY, October.
Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Brad College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, Out of the Ooo Cloud: artist Salute the return of Halley's Comet, November-Febuary.
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, Fashion Moda Benefit, November.
Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, Art For Your Collection, December.
Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA, Public Art: A Blunt Instument, November and to Travel. (organized by Ronald Jones)
Princeton University Museum, Princeton, NJ. An American Renaissance: Painting and Sculture Since 1940, ansd travel to Fort Lauderdale, FL, December-March 1986.

Institute for Art & Urban Resources at P.S.1, Queens, NewYork, NY, Artist's Call Against U. S. Intervention in centeral America, January-March. (curated by Timathy Rollins)
Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York, NY, Words (=/=) Pictures, January-March.
Verbally Charged Images, (curated by Nina Felshin through Independent Curartors, Inc.), Queens Museum, Flushing, NY, April 28-June 10; USF Galleries, University of South Floria, Tampa, FL, September 21-November 2; University Art Gallery, San Diego State University, Febuary 2-March 2, Art Gallery, California State College, San Bernadino, CA, April 10-May 8. (catalogue)
Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, NY, A Celebration of Women Artist, Part II: The Recent Generation, Febuary-March.
Mount Holyoke College Art Museum and the University Gallery at the University of Massachesetts, Amherst, MA, Apocolyptic Visions: The Shadow of the Bomb, March - October. (catalouge)
Bruce Velick Gallery, San Francisco, CA, Religion: 1984, April - May.
Palm Springs Desert Museum, Palm Springs, CA, Narrative Sculpture.
The Musuem of Modern Art, New York, NY, An International Survey of Recent Painting and Sculpture, May - August. (curated by Kynaston McShine) (Catalouge)
Musuem of Modern Art Advisory Service at the Freeport-McMoran Corp., Pan Am Building, New York, NY, Selections: Art Since 1945, June- September.
General Electric, Fairfield, CT, Artwork of the Last Ten Years, curated by the Museum Art Lending Service, September-December.
Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD, Twentieth Century American Artists, October-November.
Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, Mexico, La narrative Internacional de Hoy, October 30-January 2, 1985; P.S. 1 Institute for Art & Urban Resources, Long Island City, NY, March-May 1985. (Curated by Robert Littman) (catalouge)
University Gallery, Fine Arts Center, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, Domestic Tales, November-December. (curated by Helaine Posner) (catalouge)
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC, Art on Paper, November-December. (curated by Barry Rosen)
The Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, Prints: The State of the Art, December-January 1984.

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, 1984-A Preview, January 26- March 12. (catalouge)
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC, Directions 83. (catalouge)
Freedman Gallery, Albright College, Reading, PA, Day In/Day Out: Ordinary Life as a Source for Art, March-April.
Nexus Gallery, Atlanta,GA, What Artists Have to Say About Nuclear War, Mary-June.
Window Shopping, organized by Margo Rush and Kay Rosen, May-June.
Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, All's Fair: Love and War in New Feminist Art, June-July. (curated by Lucy Lippard)
Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York, NY, State of the Art: New Socal Commentary, June-July.
Tweed Arts Group, Plainfield, NJ, The Punch Line, July-August. (curated by June Wilson)
Municipal Art Society, New York, NY, Keeping Culture Alive in New York- The Need for Artists's Housing,August-September.
Bodies and Sould, organized by the Artists Choice Museum for exhibition in 11 galleries on 57th Street. Applebroog at Midtown Gallery, New York, NY, September.
Group Material, New York, NY, Subculture, September.
The Brooklyn Museum , New York, NY, The American Artist as Printmaker, October-January 1984. (catalouge)
The New Gallery of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH, Art as Progressive: Prints From a Corporate Collection, December 2-January 7, 1983. (catalouge)
1982 Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn, West Germany, Erotik in der Kunst.
Creative Time, New York, NY, Projects at the Chamber, (catalouge by Nancy Princenthal)
The Museum Gallery, White Plains Public Library, New York, NY, Stories Your Mother Never Told You, March-May.
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, (in conjunction with The Village Voice), The Atomic Salon, June 9-July 2.
Ben Shahn Galleries, William Paterson College of New Jersey, Wayne, NJ, Anti- Apocolypse: Artists Respond to the Nulcear Peril, September-October.

Tyler University, Philadelphia, PA, New Sculpture
National Women's Hall of Fame, Seneca Falls, NY, Home Work: The Domestic Environment Reflected in Work by Contemporary Women Artist, May 10-September 10; Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery, Syracuse University, New York, Sept. 27-Nov. 2; Amelie A. Wallace Gallery, SUNY/Old Wesbury, New York, Feb-April 1982. (catalouge)
Grace Borgenicht Gallery, New York, NY, Episodes, June-July. (catalouge)
Kathryn Markel Gallery, New York, NY, Narratives, July-Sept.

Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN, Painting and Sculpture Today, 1980 Biennale. (catalouge)

Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY, Superbowl, Independent Curators. (curated by Susan Sollins) to travel to Landmark Center, St. Paul, MN; The Center for Fine Arts, Mesa, AZ; The New Gallery, Cleveland, OH.
Halle fur international Neue Kunst (INK), Zurich, Switzerland, With a Certain Smile. (curated by Konrad Fischer)
Sesta Biennalle Internazionale della Grafica d'Arte, Florence, Italy.

Institute for Art and Urban Resources at P.S. 1, Long Island City, NY, The Proscenium: The Staged Words of Ida Applebroog, Manny Farber and Patricia Patterson.
Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX, American Narrative/Story Art: 1967-1977. (catalouge)

State University College, Potsdam, NY, Abstraction: Alive and Well.

Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY, In Spaces, (catalouge with text by Mary Delahoyd)
Max Hutchinson Gallery, New York, NY, From the Ceiling-Three American Sculptors.

Long Beach Art Museum, Long Beach, CA, Invisible/Visible. (catalouge by Judy Chicago and Debra Frankel)

Pasadena Art Museum, Pasadena, CA, Design XI.

Fine Arts Museum, San Diego, CA, South 8.


Galileo Works, 1977, Self Published.
Dyspepsia Works, 1979, Self Published.
Blue Books, 1981, Self Published.

Lunch Hour Tapes, 1977, 25 minutes.
It's No Use Alberto, 1978, 23 minutes.
Belladonna, 1989, 12 minutes (with Beth B)

Monographs and Individual Exhibition Catalogues
Art at the Edge: Ida Applebroog. Essay by Susan Krane. Atlanta, Georgia: High Museum of Art, 1989.
Ida Applebroog: Essay by Brigitte Reinhardt, Annelie Pohlen, Robert Storr, Carla Schulz-Hoffmann. Ulm., Bonn, and Berlin, Germany: Ulmer Museum, Bonner Kunstverein and RealismusStudio de Neuen Gasellschaft fur Bildenda Kunst. 1991.
Ida Applebroog: Tokyo, Japan: Seibu, Seed Hall, 1990.
Ida Applebroog: Happy Families, A Fifteen-Year Survey. Essays by Marilyn Zeitlin, Thomas Sokolowski and Lowery Sims; Houston, TX: Contemporary Arts Museum, 1990.
Ida Applebroog: Nostrums, Belladona. Essay by Carlo McCormick. New York: Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, 1989.
Ida Applebroog: Essays by Ronald Feldman, Carrie Rickey, Lucy R. McGreevy, Carter Ratcliff. New York: Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, 1987.
Ida Applebroog: Essay by Thomas W. Sokolowski. Venice, Italy: Galleria del Cavallino, 1981.
Ida Applebroog: Essay by Evelyn Apgar. New Brunswick, NJ: Douglass College, 1981.
Ida Applebroog/Matrix 96. Essay by Andrea Miller-Keller. Hartford, CN: Wadsworth Atheneum, 1987.
Investigations 16: Ida Applebroog. Essay by Judith Tannenbaum. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, 1986.

Group Exhibition Catalogues
Against All Odds: The Powers of the Healing. Hakone, Japan: The Ueno Royal Museum, 1994.
Aging: The Process, the Perception. Essay by Dan R. Talley. Jamestown, NY: The Forum Gallery, Jamestown Community College, 1990.
American Narrative/Story Art: 1967-1977. Essay by Paul Schimmel. Houston: Contemporary Arts Museum, 1977.
An American Renaissance: Painting and Sculpture Since 1940. Essay by Sam Hunter. Fort Lauderdale, Florida: Museum of Art, 1987.
An International Survey of Painting and Sculpture. Essay by Kynaston McShine. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1987.
Apocalyptic Visions: The Shadow of the Bomb. Essay by Sally Yard. South Hadley, Massachusetts: Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, 1984.
Art and the Law. St. Paul, MN: The West Publishing Co. 1987.
Art at Progressive: Prints From a Corporate Collection. Essay by Janus Small. Cleveland, OH: The New Gallery of Contemporary Art, 1983.
Committed to Print. New York, NY: Museum of Modern Art, 1988.
Contemporary Art and Multicultural Education. Edited by Susan Cahan and Zoya Kocur. New York, NY: The New Museum of Contemporary Art and Routledge, 1996.
Contemporary Diptychs: The New Shape of Content. Essay by Roni Fienstein. Farfield County, Connecticut, and New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1987.
De-Persona. Oakland, CA: The Oakland Museum, 1991.
Devil on the Stairs: Looking Back on the Eighties. Philadelphia, PA: Institute of Contemporary Art, 1991.
Directions '83. Essay by Phyllis D. Rosenzweig. Washington, D.C. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution Press, 1983.
Documenta 8. Essay by Carter Ratcliff. Kassel, West Germany, 1987.
Domestic Tales. Essay by Helaine Posner. Amherst, Massachusetts: University Gallery, University of Massachusetts, 1984.
Drawing in Situ. Essay by Judy Collischan Van Wagner, Greenvale, New York: Hillwood Art Gallery, Long Island University, 1986.
Episodes. Essay by Carter Ratcliff. New York: Grae Brogenicht Gallery, 1981.
Figure as Fiction. Essays by Anthony G. Covatta and Elaine A. King. Cincinatti, Ohio: The Contemporary Arts Center, 1993.
Heroics: A Critical View. Essay by Dot Tuer. Banff, Alberts, Canada: Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Centre, 1988.
Homework: The Domestic Environment Reflected in Work by Contemporary Women Artists. Seneca Falls, NY: National Women's Hall of Fame, 1981.
Images of Death in Contemporary Art, Milwaulkee, WI: Marquette University, 1990.
Imperfect. Amherst, MA: NYPOP, 1995.
In Spaces. Essay by Mary Delahoyd. Bronxville, New York: Sarah Lawrence College, 1973.
Invisible/Visible. Essay by Judy Chicago and Debra Frankel. Long Beach, CA: Long Beach Art Museum, 1972.
Just Like a Woman. Greenville, SC: The Emrys Foundation and The Greenville County Museum of Art, 1988.
La Narrative Internacional de Hoy. Mexico City, Mexico: Tamayo Museum, 1984.
Life in the Big City: Contemporary Artistic Responses to the Urban Environment. Essay by Daniel Rosenfeld. Providence, RI: Museum of Contemporary Art, 1986.
Making Their Mark: Women Artists Move into the Mainstream.1970-1985. Essays by Catherine C. Brawer, Ellen G. Landau, Thomas McEvilley, Ferris Olin, Randy Rosen, Calvin Tomkins, Marcia Tucker, and Ann- Sargent Wooster. Cincinatti, OH: The Cincinatti Art Museum, 1989.
MASS. Essays by William Olander and Group Material. New York: The New Museum of Contemporary Art, 1986.
Morality Tales: History Painting in the 1980's. Essay by Thomas W. Sokolowski, New York: Grey Art Gallery, New York University, 1987.
Museum of Contemporary Art 11th Annual Benefit Auction. Chicago, IL: MCA, 1993.
New Narrative Painting. Essay by Robert Littman. Long Island City, NY: P.S.1, Institute for Art and Urban Resources, 1985.
1984-The Show. Edited by Sean Elwood. New York: Ronald Feldman Fine Arts 1984.
1991 Biennial Exhibition Whitney Museum of American Art. Essays by Lisa Phillips, Richard Armstrong. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1991.
1993 Biennial Exhibition Whitney Museum of American Art. Essays by Elisabeth Sussman, Thelma Golden, John G. Hanhardt, Lisa Phillips, New York, NY: Whitney Museum of American Art in association with Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1993.
Not for Sale, Tel Aviv, Israel: Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 1992, p. 36.
Offset: A Survey of Artists Books. Essay by Gary Richman. Cambridge, Massachusetts: New England Foundation for the Arts, 1984.
Painting and Sculpture Today: 1980 Biennial. Essays by Hilary Bassett, Judith McKenzie, and Robert Yassin. Indianapolis, Indiana: Indianapolis Museum of Art, 1980.
Pour La Suite du Monde. Montreal (Quebec), Canada: Musee d'art contemporain de Montreal, 1992.
Power of Feminist Art. Edited by Norma Broude and Mary D. Garrad. New York, NY: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1994.
Presswork: The Art of Women Printmakers. Washington, D.C.: The National Museum of Woman in the Arts, 1991.
Prints from SOLO Impression, Inc. Wooster, OH: The College of Wooster Art Museum, 1994.
Projects at the Chamber: Past Events. Essay by Nancy Princenthal. New York: Chamber of Commerce, 1982.
Prospects: Selected Works from the Collection and Possible Acquisitions. Essay by Carla Schulz-Hoffman. Munich, Germany: Bavarian State Collection of Paintings, 1991.
RAPE. Essay by Arlene Raven. Columbus, OH: University Gallery of Fine Arts, Ohio State University, 1985.
Real(ist) Women. Sarasota, FL: Selby Gallery/Ringling School of Art and Design, 1997.
Reality Bites: Realism in Contemporary Art. Kansas City, MO: The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, 1996.
Relatively Speaking: Mothers and Daughters in Art. Staten Island, NY: The Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, 1994.
Subversion des Lachens. Dortmund, Germany: Museum am Ostwall, 1993.
Supershow!!!!! New York, NY: Independent Curators Incorporated, 1979.
Temporarily Possessed: The Semi-Permanent Collection. New York, NY: New Museum of Contemporary Art, 1995.
The Amazing Decade- Women and Performance Art in America, 1970-80. Los Angeles: Astro Artz.
The American Artist as Printmaker. Essay by Barry Walker. New York: The Brooklyn Museum, 1983.
The Big Car Show: Contemporary Visions of the Automobile. Indianapolis, IN: The Herron Gallery, 1985.
The Parodic Power of Popular Imagery. Essay by Lenore Malen. New York: Queensborough College, 1985.
The Politics of Gender. New York, NY: City University of New York, 1988.
The Viewer as Voyeur. New York, NY: The Whitney Museum of American Art, 1987.
The Whitney Biennial. New York, NY: The Whitney Museum of American Art, 1991.
20/20: The Visionary Legacy of Doris Chanin Freedman. Reading, PA: Albright College/Freedman Gallery, 1996.
21 Artists: Invisible/Visible. Essays by Judy Chicago and Dextra Frankel. Long Beach, CA: Long Beach Museum of Art, 1972.
25 Americans: Painting in the 90's. Milwaukee, WI: Milwaukee Museum of Art, 1995.
Verbally Charged Images. New York, NY: Independant Curators, Inc., 1985.
Views by Women Artists: Women's Work, A National Collection of Video by Women. Essay by Ann-Sargent Wooster. New York: The Kitchen, 1982.
Visions/Revisions: Contemporary Representation. New York, NY: The Marlborough Gallery, 1988.
Widerstand. Essays by Carla Schulz-Hoffman, Hans Belting, Achille Bonito Olivia and Helmut Kronthaler. Munich, Germany. 1993.
Women Artists Series 1981-82. Essay by Evely Apgar. New Brunswick, NJ: Douglass College, Rutgers University, 1981.
Word as Image. American Art 1960-1990. Essay by Dean Sobel. Milwaulkee, WI: Milwaulkee Art Museum, 1990.
Zuge Zuge. Edited by Werner Meyer and Renate Damsch-Wiehager. Esslingen and Goppingen, Germany: Galerie der Stadt, Stadtische Galerie, Marklin Museum, 1994, p. 34, 35, 37.
Selected Books
A Boat of Diversity: The Tokyo International Forum Art Collection. Tokyo, Japan: The Tokyo Metropolitan Government Bureau of Citizens and Cultural Affairs, 1996.
Astrom, Gertrud & Hirdman, Yvonne, ed. Kontraks Ikris. Stockholm, Sweden: Carlssons, 1992, p. 201, 213.
Atkins, Robert. Artspeak: A Guide to Contemporary Ideas, Movements and Buzzwords. New York, NY: Abbeville Publishers, 1990.
Enstice, Wayne & Peters, Melody. Drawing: Space, Form and Expression. New York, NY: Pretice Hall, Inc., 1990.
Gardner, James. Culture or Trash? New York: Carol Publishing Group, 1993.
Lippard, Lucy. The Pink Glass Swan: Selected Feminist Essays on Art. New York, NY: The New Press, 1995.
Lucie-Smith, Edward. Artoday. London, England: Phaidon Press Limited, 1995.
Raven, Arlene. Crossing Over: Feminism and Art of Social Concern. Ann Arbor, Michigan: U.M.I. Research Press, 1988.
Roth, Mora. The Amazing Decade: Women and Performance Art in America 1970-1980. Los Angeles: Astro Artz, 1980-81.
Sayre, Henry M. The Object of Performance, The American Avant Garde Since 1970. Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press, 1989.
Schor, Mira. Wet: On Painting, Feminism, and Art Culture. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1996.
Spector, Nancy (Gen. Ed.) Guggenheim Museum. A to Z. New York, NY: Guggenheim Museum, 1992.
Selected Magazines and Newspaper Articles


"Applebroog," Longshot 19, "Politics," no. 1. (1997): 175-77. Illustrations only.
Melrod, George. "Ah Wilderness," Art and Antiques XX (April 1997): 27- 28.
"Museum Preview 1997-98," Art in America vol 85, no. 6 (June 1997): 126.
Rowlands, Penelope. "San Francisco: Renovation and Innovation." Artnews 96, no. 2 (February 1997): 55.


Brooks, Susan. "Ida Applebroog," NY Soho 5. (Dec. 96): 34.
Cotter, Holland. "Ida Applebroog," The New York Times, Friday, Dec. 13, 1996, p. C30.
Diehl, Carol. "Birds, Beads & Banner Stones," ARTnews 95, no. 7 (Summer 1996): 76-84.
____. "The Nineties, Finally," Review, (Nov. 15, 1996):22-24.
Pedrosa, Adriano. "Whitney," Poliester 5, no. 16, (Autumn 96):34-37.
Zurko, Kathleen McManus. "Works from Solo Impressions," Women in the Arts XIV, no. 4 (Holiday 1996): 10-13. illus. p. 5.


"Amherst, Massachusetts: Imperfection," Flash Art XXVIII, no. 182 (May- June 95):59.
Auer, James. "Art Museum exhibit embraces pluralism." Milwaulkee Journal/Sentinel, Sept. 10, 195, pp. 1,12.
"Autumn books," British Medical Journal 311, no. 7012 (Oct. 95):1100.
Fennell, John. "Is Painting Dead?" Milwaukee Magazine (Nov. 95)
Guequierre, Nathan. "Slavishly Hip, Strangely Satisfying," Shepard Express, Oct. 12, 1995.
Kozloff, Max. "The Cruelties of Affection," Art in America 83, no. 9, (Sept. 95): 82-87.
McClelland, Suzanne. "Lauren Szold, Jill Baroff, Ida Applebroog." Bomb, no. 51 (Spring 95): 52-57.
McQuaid, Cate. "For women only." The Boston Phoenix, Sec. Three, April 8, 1994, p. 9.
Moriguchi, Madoka. Bijutsu Techo 47, no. 700 (Jan. 95): 64-65, 106-107.
Slonim, Jeffrey. "In with the Out Crowd," Artforum XXXIII, no. 7 (March 95): 12-14.
Smith, Roberta. "The New, Irreverent Apporach to Mounting Exhibitions," The New York Times, Friday, Jan. 6,1995, p. C25.
Szanto, Andras."Interview with Ida Applebroog," Art Today 94/11 (Budapest) (Nov.): 46-50.
Werner, Gabriele. "Asthetisierungen von Gewalt." Frauen Kunst Wissenschaft 19, May 1995, pp. 78-80.


Angeline, John. "Ida Applebroog," Arte Internacional 20 (Bogata) (July- Sept. 94): 146-47.
Archer, Michael. "What's in a Prefix?" Art Monthly, no. 173 (Feb.): 3-5.
Bijutsu Techo 46, no. 685 (March): 19.
Cottingham, Laura. "Post-'68." Flash Art XXVII, no. 174 (Jan/Feb):31.33- 34.
Danto, Arthur C. "Our Holiday Lists." The Nation, Dec. 26, 1994.
Deepwell, Katy. "The Menace of the Unspoken Word." Women's Art, no. 56 (Jan/ Feb): 22-23.
Edelman, Robert G. "Report from Washington, D.C. The Figure Returns." Art in America 82, no. 3 (March):38-43.
Fox, Marilyn. "Monkey Business," Reading Eagle, Sunday, April 17, p. F2. pHarrison, Helen. A. "Life's Riddles and the Clarity of Cameras." The New York Times, November 13, 1994, p. 24.
Hastings Center Report 24, no. 2 (March/April): cover. "It's Health Care, Stupid!" The Sciences 34, no. 1 (January/February): 16- 21.
Kastner, Jeffrey. "Ida Applebroog: Cubitt Street Gallery, London." Frieze, no. 15 (March/April): 50-52.
Kreis. Elfi. "Wenn Kunst zum Zundstoff wird." Der Tagesspiegel, December 19, 1994.
Lovelace, Carey. "Yagona" in Fiji and Breakfast in Derry." ARTnews 93, no. 9 (November 1994): 147.
Mansfield, Elizabeth. "Power, Pleasure, Pain and the Public." Harvard University Art Museums Review (Spring 1994): 2, 3, 9.
Risatti, Howard. "43rd Biennial, Corcoran Gallery of Art," Artforum 32, no. 7 (March): 92. ____. "The Subject Matters: Politics, Empathy, and the Visual Experience," New Art Examiner 21, no. 8 (April 1994): 30-35.
Saltz, Jerry. "Critic's Diary: A Year in the Life: Tropic of Painting," Art in America 82, no. 10 (October 1994): 90-101.
Schjedahl, Peter. "Form and Discontent," The Village Voice. May 17, p. 90.
Schor, Mira. "Mira Image." Letter, The Village Voice, May 31, Vol. XXXIX, No. 22, p. 5.
Wallach, Amel. "Deck the Windows with Art," Newsday, November 25, 1994.
_____. "Dialouge Among Curators Is a Mind Game with Art," New York Newsday, Friday, December 30, 1994.
Wilding, Faith. "Who's Afraid of Peter Schjeldahl?" Letter, The Village Voice, May 31, p. 5.

"America's Top 100 Collectors," Art & Antiques 15, no. 2 (March): 42-46, 49, 51-53, 55-58, 60-63, 65-66, 68-70, 72, 74, 76, 78.
ARTnews 92, no. 1 (January): 56 illustration.
Atkins, Robert. "Scene and Heard." The Village Voice, July 6, p. 60.
Baker, Kenneth. "Contemporary Painting Celebrated in D.C." San Francisco Chronicle, November 7, pp. 46-47.
Bianacolli, Amy. "Aritsts turn young-old eyes to aging," Albany Times Union, Sunday, January 17, pp. 11-14.
Bonetti, David. "Gallery Watch-Women front and center in local shows," San Francisco Examiner, April 23, p. D-17.
"Brooklyn Museum Installation A Vehicle of Social Protest," Antiques and The Arts Weekly, January 29.
Burchard, Hank. "Out of the Fire, Into the Melting Pot," The Washington Post, Friday, October 29.
"Calendar," New York Newsday, Tuesday, February 9.
Cembelest, Robin. "Internation - Seoul, Have Biennial, Will Travel," ARTnews 92, no. 8 (October): 68.
Danto, Arthur. "Art: The 1993 Whitney Biennial," The Nation, April 19: 533-536.
Findsen, Owen. "Humanity in age of technology," The Cincinatti Enquirer, Sunday December 5, p. G6.
Gibson, Eric. "Who are the new stars of painting?" The Washington Times, Tuesday, November 2, p. C17.
Gimelson, Deborah. "The Show the Art World Loves to Hate," Mirabella no. 46 (March): 82-85.
Hall, Charles. "Best of the Bad Girls," Art Review (December 1993/ January 1994): 54-56.
Hall, James. "Exhibitions," The Guardian, March 12.
Heartney, Eleanor. "Report from New York-Identity Politics at the Whitney," Art in America 81, no. 5 (May): 42-47.
Hess, Elizabeth. "Art + Politics = Biennial-Up Against the Wall," The Village Voice 38, no. 11, March 16, pp. 34,38.
Houppert, Karen. "Baseball Bats and Broomsticks," The Village Voice, March 16, pp. 29-33.
Kent, Sarah. "Art Preview-Schlock horrors," Publication from Derry, Ireland.
Kimmelman, Michael. "At the Whitney, Sound, Fury and Not Much Else," The New York Times, April 25, Section 2, pp. 1, 37.
Larson, Kay. "What a Long Strange Trip," New York (March 22): 72-72.
Levin, Kim. "Art in Brief," The Village Voice, March 30, p. 74.
_____. "Listings," The Village Voice 38, no. 12, March 23, p. 67.
Lippard, Lucy. "In the Flesh: Looking Back and Talking Back," Women's Art, no. 54 (September/October): 4-9.
Long Shot 14: 10, 97, 130, 140.
"M'aidez/Mayday." The New Yorker (June 14).
MacAdam, Barbara. "Scrooge Goes Minimal," ARTnews 92, no. 10 (December): 26.
McWilliams, Martha. "Go Figure," Washington City Paper, November 12, p. 43.
"Museum Preview 1993-1994." Art in America Annual Guide 1993.
New York Newsday, Sunday, January 24.
Pedersen, Victoria. "Gallery Go 'Round," Paper Magazine (March): 27.
Phillips, Patricia C. "Reviews-Ida Applebroog," Artforum XXXII, no. 2 (October): 96-96.
Raynor, Vivien. "Grappling With Feminism and Feminity." The New York Times, March 21, p. 22, Westchester Section.
Rein, Ingrid. "Lieb Vaterland magst ruhig sein," Feuilleton - Suddeutsche Zeitung, no. 288, December 14, p. 13.
Rian, Jeff. "Spotlight-The 1993 Whitney Beinnial," Flash Art 26, no. 170 (May/June): 78-79.
Richard, Paul. "What's Wrong With This Picture," The Washington Post, Sunday, October 31, p. G2, G4.
Robinson, Hilary. "Ida Applebroog," Circa (Ireland).
Russell, John. "The Corcoran Gives New Meaning to 'Biennial'," The New York Times, Sunday, November 21, p. 39.
Saltz, Jerry. "Let Us Now Praise Artist's Artists," Art & Auction XV, no. 9 (April): 74-79, 115.
Schjeldahl, Peter. "Art + Politics = Biennial- Missing: The Pleasure Principle," The Village Voice 38, no. 11, March 16, pp. 35, 38.
Taubin, Amy. "Bodies in Motion," The Village Voice March 16, vol. 38, no. 11, pp. 36-37.
Taylor, John. "Mope Art," New York (March 22): 16-17.
The New Yorker (February 8).
"The 43rd Corcoran Biennial-the body in question at America's other biennial," The Art Newspaper, no. 32, (November).
"This Week in Brooklyn," Spring Creek Sun, February 5.
Thomas, Michael M. "Oinking Biennial Art Must Not Be Forgiven," The New York Observer, April 26, pp. 1, 17.
Wallach, Amei. "Art with an Attitude," New York Newsday, March 5, Part II, pp. 52-53.


Aquin, Stephane. "Pour la suite du monde: histoire a suivre," Voir (4/10 June): 20.
Bellavance, Guy. "Openings: 'Pour la suite du Monde': Musse d'art contemporaine de Montreal." C Magazine no. 35 (Fall): 36-47.
Bode, Ursula. "Gewald und Kirschkuchen," Die Zeit, no. 6, January 31, p. 60.
Bogardi, Georges. "Pour la suite du monde: Mussee d'art contemporaine de Montreal," Canadian Art (Fall): 94-96.
Cron, Marie-Michele. "Miroir de la societe du spectacle." Le Devoir (18 July): B-12.
"Depicting of America's Inner Shadow," Hi Fashion in Japan (February): 170-71.
Donovan, Patricia. "Art on the Front Lines," The Buffalo News, March 6.
Dotan, Esther. "Studio-Israeli Art Magazine," no. 31 (March): 50-51.
"Downtown Jersey City Artists' Studio Tour," The Jersey Journal, Sunday, September 20.
Hess, Elizabeth. "Heart Like a Wheel," The Village Voice, February 25, p. 96.
Jouannais, Jean Yves. "Pour la suite du monde: Musee d'art contemporain," Art Press, no. 171 (July/August): 75.
Kissinger, Beth. "The Politics of Art," Tempo, October 30-November 5, pp. E6-7.
Larson, Kay. "The Painting Pyramid," New York (May 25): 85-86.
Lehmann, Genry. Canadian Art (Spring): 22.
Licta, Elizabeth. "Hallwalls' Abortion Project serves as a meeting place," The Buffalo News, April 9.
Marimo, Meiri. Nikkei Image Climate Forecast (March).
Mays, John Bentley. "Practicing the art of being seen," The Globe and Mail Montreal (May 30): C-4.
McCormick, Carlo. "Interview with Buffy Sainte-Marie," Day of Hope: 28.
Princenthal, Nancy. "Artist's Book Beat," The Print Collector's Newsletter 23, no. 5 (Nov/Dec): 180-181.
Restak, Richard M. "See No Evil," The Sciences 32, no. 4 (July/ August): 16-21.
Sachs, Brita. "Im Angesicht globaler und privater Katastrophen," Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Jan 23, p. 29.
Scott, Whitney. "Fast Track-SoHo's Spin Doctors," New York 25, No. 43 (Nov 2): 23.
Shakked, Shlomit. Maariv, Tel Aviv, Feb 21.
Smith, Roberta. "From New York Painters, Work That Takes Time," The New York Times, May 1, p. C31.
Steenbergen, Renee. "Ida Applebroog," Archis (Holland) (March): 5.
____. "Tv-beelden zijn voedsel voor mijn kunst," NRC Handelsbrad, Feb. 21.
Tilroe, Anna. "Het hardstenen conflict tussen kunst en geweld," Volusrrant, Feb. 3.
Van Sinderen, Wim. "Verontrustend realismez," Het Parool, Feb. 21.
Watkins, Eileen. "Twin Jersey City exhibits take jabs at political process," The Sunday Star-Ledger, Sept. 27.
Wulffen, Thomas. "Reviews," Forum International no. 14 (Sept/Oct): 100.
Zimmer, William. "Election Dreams and Fears Dramatized," The New York Times, Sept. 13, p. 14 (NJ).


"Amerikanerin Im Aufwind," Brigitte, Spet 18.
Atkins, Robert. "Scene and Heard," The Village Voice, April 23, vol. XXXVI, no. 17, p. 90.
"Ausstellung Ida Applebroog," Sudwest Presse, Sept. 9.
Biography and Sexuality at MOCHA," Art in America 79, no. 1 (Jan): 60-61.
Bouzerand, Jaques. "Selection-Arts," Le Pointe (France) 957 (Jan 21): 24.
Burkhart, Dorothy. "Emptiness, Loss of Indentity Fill De-Persona Exhibit," San Jose Mercury News, May 5.
"Choices: An Evening with Beth B and Lydia Lunch," The Village Voice, Jan. 29. p. 90.
C Magazine, no. 29 (Spring ): 19-22.
Cover Magazine 5, no. 6 (Summer).
"Drastische Szenen von Ida Applebroog," Sudwest Presse, Oct. 29.
"Galleries - Soho," The New Yorker, Nov. 11.
"Goings on About Town," New Yorker (May 27).
Hess, Elizabeth. "Collateral Damage," Village Voice, March 12, p. 81.
_____. "Death to the Masters," The Village Voice, Oct. 22, vol. XXXVI, no. 43, p. 91.
_____. "In the Rose Garden," The Village Voice, Nov. 19, vol. XXXVI, no. 47, p. 100.
Hintermeier, Hannes. "Jammern hat keinen Sinn, man muss die leute Provozieren!" AZ feuilleton, Sept. 13, p. 12.
Hurley, Anne. "de-Persona: The Figure Detached," The Museum of California (The Oakland Museum) 15 no. 2 (Spring): 9-13.
_____. "de-Persona: The Figure Detached," The Museum of California (publication of the Oakland Museum) 15, no. 2 (Spring): 9-13.
"Ida Applebroog 'Promise"," Schwabliche Zeitung, Oct. 16.
"In Brief," The Village Voice, Nov. 5.
"In Short," Entertainment Weekly," no. 58 (March 22): 66.
Karcher, Eva. "Aktuelle Kritik," Suddeutsche Zeitung, Oct. 17.
"Kultur aktuell," Sonntag Aktuell, Nov. 10.
Kunstforum (Sept/Oct): 451.
Larson, Kay. New York Magazine 24, no. 47 (Dec 2): 150.
Lingemann, Suzanne. "Was stimmt nicht an diesen Bild?" ART, no. 10 (Oct): 114.
Maler, Anne. "Ida Applebroog: Ikone des Trivialen," Das Dunst-Bulletin (Oct)
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