Resume

Solo and Two-Person Shows
2015

Solo show, Alexey Von Schlippe Gallery, University of Connecticut, Groton, CT
Solo show, AVA Gallery, Lebanon, NH
Main Window (with Paula Overbay), Brooklyn, NY

2014

Solo show, Lane Community College, Eugene, OR
“Trajectories” (with Orna Feinstein), ArtspaceNC, Raleigh, NC

2013

Solo show, Durham Arts Council, Durham, NC
Solo show, Earlville Opera House, Earlville, NY
“Inside Armature” (with Cara Tomlinson), Idaho Falls Arts Center, Idaho Falls, ID

2012

“Substance and Shadow” (with Krista Svalbonas), Monterey Peninsula College, Monterey, CA

Selected Group Shows
2017

“Natura Mathematica,” Central Booking Gallery, New York, NY
“Change Without Change,” Brooklyn Cluster Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
“Points of Departure; Meditations on Mapping,” Monroe Community College, Rochester, NY
“In the Details,” SEABA Gallery, Burlington, VT
“Personal Territories,” Five Points Gallery, Torrington, CT
“Dark and Stormy Night,” Lehman College Gallery, Bronx, NY
“Bring Something Pink,” Chapelle St. Pierre, Chamas, France
“Fiction (With Only Daylight Between Us),” Class Room, Coventry, England; Apothecary, Chattanooga, TN; Volunteer State Community College, Nashville, TN; NIAD Art Center, Richmond, CA
“Tower of Babel,” Givatayim City Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel

2016

“Big Small Show,” Drawing Rooms, Jersey City, NJ
“Bring Something Pink,” Look & Listen, Paris, France
“For the Saturday Evening Girls,” Drive-By Projects, Watertown, MA
“Fiction (With Only Daylight Between Us),” Corridor Projects, Dayton, OH; BoeckerContemporary, Heidelberg, Germany; Angelika Studios, High Wycombe, UK; Elgin Community College, Chicago, IL
“Surface Appeal: Material Perception,” Dedee Shattuck Gallery, Westport, MA
“Tower of Babel,” Schema Projects, Brooklyn, NY; Centro del Arte Contemporanea Trebisonda, Perugia, Italy; Associazione Culturale TRAleVOLTE, Rome, Italy
“Lazuli,” Ground Floor Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
“Drawing Lines Across Mediums,” Site: Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY
“Benefit 16,” Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn, NY

2015

“The Big Small Show,” Drawing Rooms, Jersey City, NJ
“Compendium,” Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY
“Marking Wonderland: Contemporary Drawing,” Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Larchmont, NY
“Unlimited Potential,” LyonsWier Gallery, New York, NY
“Grid,” Exhibit 23, Valley Cottage, NY
“Works on Paper,” Weathervane Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
“Going Big,” Central Booking Gallery, New York, NY
“Small Works,” Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
“IAM Pocket Sized,” Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY
“A Little Wax,” Arts Guild of New Jersey, Rahway, NJ
“Provocative Perspectives,” St. Joseph’s College, Patchogue, NY

2014

“Visions Revealed,” Hammond Museum, North Salem, NY
“Reflections,” Rockefeller Pavilion, Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital, New York, NY
“Shifting Ecologies,” The Painting Center, New York, NY
“The Last Brucennial,” New York, NY
“Slight of Hand,” Seton Art Gallery, University of New Haven, New Haven, CT
“Slate as Muse,” Slate Valley Museum, Granville, NY
“9x9x3: New Visions,” Dubuque Art Museum, Dubuque IA

2013

“Cell Mates,” Walsh Gallery, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ
2013 Juried Exhibition, Center for Contemporary Art, Bedminster, NJ (juror: John Yau)
“Fractured Color and Light” (three-person show), Kirkland Art Center, Clinton, NY
“New Acquisitions,” Fresh Paint Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“Take Old Road New Way,” Korean Cultural Center, New York, NY
“9x9x3: New Visions,” Holter Museum of Art, Helena, MT

2012

“Edges and Grids” (five-person show), McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA
“9x9x3: New Visions,” Marywood University Art Gallery, Scranton, PA; and Flinn Gallery, Greenwich, CT
“ViewPoints 2012,” Ben Shahn Galleries, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ
“Walk the Line,” School 33 Gallery, Baltimore, MD
“Chromophilia,” Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
“Botanic/Organic,” Union Street Gallery, Chicago, IL

2011

“Glass & Thread,” Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, Brooklyn, NY
“Small Works,” Windsor Whip Works Art Center, Windsor, NY (Honorable Mention)
“Small Wonders,” Maryland Federation of Art, Annapolis, MD
“The Art of Fiber,” Workhouse Art Center, Lorton, VA
“Bare Essentials: Minimalism in the 21st Century,” WomanMade Gallery, Chicago, IL
“Geometric Strands” (five-person show), Gallery 61, NYIT School of Architecture and Design, New York, NY
8th Annual Int’l Juried Show, Shore Institute of Contemporary Arts, Long Branch, NJ
“Intimate: Small Works,” Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
“Derivatives: Origins in Geometry,” Museum of Geometric and MADI Art, Dallas, TX

2009

“Economies of Scale,” Phoenix Gallery, New York, NY

2007

“Intimate Eye,” Phoenix Gallery, New York, NY

Curatorial Projects
2017

“no one leaves home unless: Berlin exiles 1938-1940,” (works on paper by Emily Hass), Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, Philadelphia, PA

2016

“Waking Slow,” Brooklyn Workshop Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
“Passing Through,” Schema Projects, Brooklyn, NY

2015

“Peregrinations, Constellations,” Schema Projects, Brooklyn, NY
“Andrew Zarou,” Schema Projects, Brooklyn, NY

Curated Registries
Selected Press
2017

Posit Journal, “Jeanne Heifetz”
Expanded Drawing blog, “Jeanne Heifetz: On Mottainai”

2016

The Jealous Curator blog, “Jeanne Heifetz”
ProWax Journal, “Beauty and Truth: The Art/Science Connection”

2015

New York Times, “Islip Exhibition Explores How Science Influences Art”
ProWax Journal, “In Five Words: Jeanne Heifetz”
The Culture Trip blog, “Decoding the Abstract”
Joanne Mattera Art Blog, “Going Big on the Lower East Side”

2014

The Artist Catalogue (interview and back-cover art)
365Artists365Days blog, “Jeanne Heifetz”
LCC Torch, “Exhibit Reshapes Perception of Art”

2013

Cell Mates” catalogue essays by Jeanne Brasile and Lisbeth Murray
Painter’s Progress blog, “Have You Met . . . Jeanne Heifetz?”
Art Orbiter blog, “Jeanne Heifetz”

2012

Monterey County Weekly, “Substance and Shadow Reverberates with Urban Electricity”
Joanne Mattera Art Blog, “50 Shades of Gray”
Baltimore City Paper, “Walk the Line”

2011

Glass Quarterly Blog, “Brooklyn Exhibition Challenges Artists to Merge Textiles and Glass”
Joanne Mattera Art Blog, “Rhomboid Rhumba”

Publications

INDA 10, (International Drawing Annual), Manifest Gallery and Drawing Center
When Blue Meant Yellow: How Colors Got Their Names
(Henry Holt, 1994)

Education

M.A. New York University
A.B. summa cum laude, Harvard University