Davis & Langdale Company, New York, Harry Roseman: Drawings
55 Mercer Street Gallery, New York, Harry Roseman: New Work
Gallery Joe, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Harry Roseman: Selected Work 1968-1988
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, Harry Roseman: Recent Work
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, Harry Roseman: Weave Drawings
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, Harry Roseman: Sculptures
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, Harry Roseman: Collages
Barbara Mathes Gallery, New York, Harry Roseman: Recent Work
Dart Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, Harry Roseman
The University Art Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara, 
Harry Roseman: Contemporary Bronzes
Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, California
Daniel Weinberg Gallery, San Francisco, California
Davis & Long Company, New York, Harry Roseman: Sculpture




GROUP EXHIBITIONS

​American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, 2015 Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, 5: Artists: On Paper
Davis & Langdale Company, New York (Annual Group Exhibitions)
New York Studio School Gallery, New York, Reliefs
Leslie Heller Gallery, New York
Atrium Gallery, St Louis, Pictures of Things
Gallery Kayafas, Boston, Draped, Wrapped and Covered
National Academy of Design, New York, 
179th Annual: An Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary American Art
ZieherSmith, New York
University of Essex, Colchester, United Kingdom, 
Boxing Clever: A Centennial Re-Evaluation of Joseph Cornell
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, Works on Paper
Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery, Lebanon Valley College, Pennsylvania, Suspend and Levitate
Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, SUNY New Paltz, New York, 
Past to Present: Recent Acquisitions, Promised Gifts, and Extended Loans, 1998-2000
Malca Fine Arts, In the Lake
Lennon Weinberg, New York, Photographs by Painters, Sculptors and Photographers
Gallery West, Suffolk Community College, Brentwood, New York, Collage
Vassar College Center Gallery, Poughkeepsie, New York, Correspondence
Gallery Joe, Philadelphia, Drawing Rules
Marist College Art Gallery, Poughkeepsie, New York, 
Increments: Harry Roseman and Joy Taylor
Vassar College Faculty Arts at Woodstock Guild, Woodstock, New York, Colleagues
Museum of Art, State University of New York at New Paltz, 
Hudson Valley/Catskill Mountains Regional Exhibition: In This Time and Place
The Gallery at Shepard Hall, City College of New York, Artists View the Suburban Landscape
Museum of Art, State University of New York at New Paltz, Hudson Valley, 
Artists 95: Domestic Policy
Barbara Mathes, New York, Gallery Selections
Gallery Joe, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, A Good Likeness: Portraits by Contemporary Sculptors
Paine Webber Gallery, New York, Art en Route: MTA/Art for Transit
55 Mercer Street Gallery, New York, Friends
Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, Missouri, Patterns and Exotica: Images on Paper
Sidney Mishkin Gallery, Baruch College, New York, 
Studio to Site: Public Art in New York City
Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, San Francisco, 
Recent Acquisitions, Part Two, 1950-1991
Barbara Mathes Gallery, New York, Summer Group Show
Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, Landscape into Sculpture
Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, Private Act as Public Monument:
Worlds Fair, Waterfront Park and Plaza
Vassar College Art Gallery, Poughkeepsie, New York, Art From 1950 – Present
Pratt Institute, Manhattan Center Gallery, New York, Beauties and Beasts
Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas, Albright Knox Gallery, Buffalo,
New York, Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio, Neuberger Museum, Purchase,
New York, Portland Art Museum, Oregon, American Still Life 1945-1983
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Smallworks 1983
Willard Gallery, New York, Group Show
Vassar College Art Gallery, Poughkeepsie, New York, Charlap, Roseman, Ryan
Herron School of Art, Herron Gallery, Indianapolis, Indiana,
R.S.M. Selections from a Contemporary Collection
Rhode Island School of Design, Museum of Art, Providence, Recent Acquisitions 
La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, California, Recent Acquisitions
Neuberger Museum, Purchase, New York, Area Code (914) (203): Eight Artists
Rhode Island School of Design, Museum of Art, Providence, Metals: Cast-Cut-Coiled
Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York, C.A.P.S. Sculpture
Emerson Gallery, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York, C.A.P.S. Sculpture
Dart Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, Neo-Objective Sculpture
Jersey City Museum, New Jersey, 1981 Invitational
Houghton Gallery, The Cooper Union, New York, Window Room Furniture
National Academy of Design, New York, Henry Ward Ranger Purchase Fund Exhibition
Artist's Choice Museum, New York, Invitational Group Show
Taft Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio, Recent Sculpture
Marion Koogler McNay Art Institution, San Antonio, Texas, Annual Invitational Group Show
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Scale and Environment: 10 Sculptors
School of Visual Arts, Visual Arts Museum, New York, A Question of Scale
Queens Museum, Flushing, New York, Urban Aesthetics
Artists' Choice Museum, New York, Figurative Art in New York
Summit Art Center, New Jersey, Group Show
First Street Gallery, New York, Invitational Group Show
First Street Gallery, New York, Still Life
First Street Gallery, New York, Three Person Show

COLLECTIONS

Achenbach Foundation for the Graphic Arts, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco,California
Addison Gallery of American Art, Philips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts
American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, New York
The Beacon Companies, Boston, Massachusetts
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York
Cincinnati Museum of Art, Ohio
The Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, New York
Museum of Contemporary Art/San Diego, La Jolla, California
Levi-Strauss Corporation, San Francisco, California
The Menil Collection, Houston, Texas
Philadelphia Art Museum, Pennsylvania
Rhode Island School of Design, Museum of Fine Art, Providence
Museum of Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia 
Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota

COMMISSIONS

John F. Kennedy International Airport, International Air Terminal, Arrivals Corridor, 600 foot relief sculpture Curtain Wall (This project, along with two others in the terminal, won the 2001 Outstanding Public Art Project award from the New York City Municipal Arts Society.)
Rockland Community College, Spring Valley, New York: outdoor free-standing sculpture comprised of four dispersed elements, Four Houses
J.P. Morgan & Company, Inc. and Metropolitan Transit Authority, 
New York: Wall Street Subway Station, New York City, 40 foot polychrome bronze relief

GRANTS AND AWARDS

​John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship 
Research Grant, Vassar College
Dutchess County Executive Arts Award for Art in Public Places
Finishing Grant from Vassar College for video documentary 
The Unseen World of Public Art: The Artist's Aspect
Dutchess Arts Fund Individual Artist's Fellowship
Vassar College Research Grant
Mellon Grant, Vassar College
Best Sculpture Award, Smallworks 1983 exhibit, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Creative Artists Public Service Program Grant (C.A.P.S.)

MISCELLANEOUS

The American Academy of Arts and Letters ​purchased
Folded Plywood #19
Metropolitan Transit Authority Art Advisory Committee
The Unseen World of Public Art: The Artist's Aspect: video 
documentary co-directed and co-produced with Ken Robinson
Soft Sell: performance project conceived by Roseman with 
choreographer Marta Renzi and poet Daniel Wolff; large sculptures 
for set by Roseman
Performed at La Mama, New York
Participated in the reorganization of the studio art curriculum at 
Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York, and in the establishment of the college's first studio art major
Consultant for Joseph Cornell Memorial Exhibition, Queens County Arts and Cultural Center (The Queens Museum), Flushing, New York


SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

The Paris Review, "Local Business," Amitava Kumar, July 18, 2014
Poughkeepsie Journal,"Vassar's Harry Roseman helps us see art in everyday life,Peter Leonard, January, 2014 
The New York Times,"Art Installation at JFK Faces Possible Destruction," David W. Dunlap, January, 2014 
Art in America, “Harry Roseman at Gallery Joe,” Robert Taplin, September, 2002
Art in America, “Art World, Awards,” April, 2002
United Airlines – Hemispheres, “Terminal Bliss – New York’s JFK,” David Butwin, August, 2001
Newsday, “A Walk in the Clouds: Artist’s Airport Installation Looks Skyward in Spirit,” Nancey A. Ruhling, July 27, 2001
New York Times, “Being Met at the Airport by New Art,” Celestine Bohlen, May 24, 2001
Art & Antiques, “Art in the Air,” Melissa L. Pabalan, May, 2001
Vassar, “Vassar Today,” Jessica Winum, Summer, 2000
Vassar Views, “Private Process, Public Art,” Emery Bernhard, June, 1999
New York Times, “Inside Art,” Carol Vogel, February 12, 1999
Poughkeepsie Journal, “Marist Exhibit Brilliantly Blends Contrasting Styles,” Wayne Lempka, 
March 5, 1998
Art in America, "LeDray's Microcraft," Robert Taplin, September, 1996
The Herald, "In this Time and Place: Hudson Valley Artists Exhibit at the College, 
Rich O'Corozine, July 18, 1996
Review, "Harry Roseman at Davis & Langdale," volume 1, number 1, April 1, 1996
The New Yorker, "Notes from the Underground," September 5, 1994
The New York Times, "Raising Artistic Sights of Riders in Nether and Upper Regions," William Grimes, 
August 22, 1994
The Philadelphia Inquirer, "Small Space, Little Sculptures, Big Impressions," Edward J. Sozanski, April 1, 1994
Art Matters, "Sculpture Specialists Gallery Joe Present Harry Roseman," Helen Mirkil, March, 1994
Art in America, "Harry Roseman at Davis & Langdale," Eleanor Heartney, October, 1993
Dutchess, "Underground Art," Amie Cox, May/June 1991
The New Yorker, "Subscape," May 28, 1990
The New York Observer, "A Bit at a Time, Underground Art," Deirdre van Dyk, May 7, 1990
Vassar Quarterly, "Blockbuster," Dixie Massad Sheridan, Spring 1989
The Atlanta Journal/The Atlanta Constitution, "Soft Sell is a Hard-Core Examination of Sex and Art," Susan F. Hunter, May 7, 1988
Poughkeepsie Journal, "China Through an Artist's Eyes," Florence Pennella, March 27, 1988
The New York Observer, Roberta Hershenson, November 30, 1987
Dancemagazine, Amanda Smith, September 1986
Say! Arts New York, "Intimate Distance," Louise Hamilton, June, 1986
The New York Times, John Russell, April 25, 1986
The New York Times, "The Dance: Soft Sell," Jennifer Dunning, April 21, 1986
The Village Voice, "Words in Motion," Deborah Jowitt, 1986
The New York Times, Vivien Raynor, March 9, 1984
Poughkeepsie Journal, "Faculty Art: Old Ideas and New Twists," Steve Litt, February 25, 1983
Poughkeepsie Journal, "Area Codes Exhibit is Informational and Rewarding," Alice Forman
The New York Times, "Behind the Exhibit, Ideas That Frame It," John Caldwell, October 31, 1982
The Boston Phoenix, "Heavy Metals: A Tangle of Sculpture," Kenneth Baker, September 14, 1982
The New York Times, "Art: Realist Group Show at Davis & Langdale," Vivien Raynor, August 6, 1982
The New York Times, "Eschewing Boosterism in Jersey City," Vivien Raynor, December 6, 1981
ARTnews, "Harry Roseman," Ellen Schwartz, Summer, 1979
Weave Litho I
Lithograph, 15 1/2 x 21 5/8 inches (image); 
22 3/8 x 27 inches (sheet)
Signed (at lower right, inpencil): Harry Roseman 3/50
R-194
Cornell Looking at Crow Photographs
Gelatin-silver, fiber-based print, 7 3/16 x 11 inches (image); 
11 x 14 inches (paper)
Signed, dated and inscribed (on reverse, in pencil, at lower right): © Roseman June 4, 1971; (at lower left): /25
R-221
Born in Brooklyn, New York

EDUCATION

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York, Bachelor of Fine Arts
Assistant to Joseph Cornell, Flushing, New York
Assistant to Tony Smith, Orange, New Jersey

TEACHING POSITIONS

Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York, Professor
Jersey City State College, Jersey City, New Jersey
Philadelphia College of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York
Richmond College, Staten Island, New York
Queens College, Queens, New York

ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS

Davis & Langdale Company, New York, Clay Cloth Sculptures and Works on Paper
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, 
Utopia Parkway: A Photographic Portrait of Joseph Cornell
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, 
Harry Roseman: 100 Most Popular Colors
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, 
Cloth: Sculptures, Photographs, Drawings
Davis & Langdale Company, New York,
A Selection of Photographs of Joseph Cornell
Ellen Elizabeth Gallery, Harwich Port, Massachusetts,
Harry Roseman: Photographs
Gallery Joe, Philadelphia, Gravity
The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine, New York, Draped, Wrapped & Covered: Photographs
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, 
Harry Roseman: Photographs: Call and Response
Menil Collection, Houston, Texas, 
Utopia Observed: A Photographic Portrait of Joseph Cornell by Harry Roseman
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, 
Inside the Box: A Photographic Portrait of Joseph Cornell by Harry Roseman
Davis & Langdale Company, New York, 
Harry Roseman: Sculptures
Gallery Joe, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
Harry Roseman: Recent Work

Still Life #4
Aluminum painted gray, 7 5/16 x 9 11/16 x 1/2 inches
Executed in 1977
R-14
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Folded Plywood #19
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BIOGRAPHY
2016/4
Acrylic paint on paper, 10 11/16 x 15 inches
Executed in 2016
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