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									Jenny Toth

Education

Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT

MFA in Painting, 1998




Winsor Newton Oil Bar Limited Prize in Painting

The New York Studio School: New York, NY

Painting 1995-97

Full-year merit scholarship awarded 1996-97




Smith College: Northampton, MA

B.A. 1994

Magna Cum Laude

Phi Beta Kappa

Martha Keilig Prize in Painting

Smith Alumnae Scholarship




Vermont Studio Center: Johnson, VT

Summer 1995




Chautauqua Art Institute: Chautauqua, NY

Summer 1993 and 1994
Jenny Toth



Exhibitions

2009   Gone to the Dogs, Denise Bibro Fine Art, New York, NY

       Misgivings, Solo exhibition, Blue Mountain Gallery, New York, NY




2008   Big Deal 15, Somarts Cultural Center, San Francisco, CA

       Group show/Benefit, Kentler International Drawing Center, Brooklyn, NY




2007   Blast, Holland Tunnel Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

       New Beginnings- Gallery Artists, Blue Mountain Gallery, New York, NY




2006   Gender, installed by Deb King, Zeitgeist Gallery, Detroit, MI

       Neal, Inclusion in choreographed piece by Christine Knowblauch, Performing Arts
       Department, Washington University – Selves With Red Umbrella projected

       Remember-Recuerde, Group Show, Pegge Hopper Gallery, Honolulu, HI

       New Directions ’06, National Juried Contemporary Art Competition, Juror: Sara Reisman,
       (Curatorial fellow of New Museum of Contemporary Art)

       National Juried Show, Juror: Lois Dodd, The Bowery Gallery: New York, NY

       “Oracle,” curated by Paulien Lethen, Paros, Greece location of the Holland Tunnel
       Gallery: Paros, Greece

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       9 Annual Mermaid Show, curated by Carrie Skoczek, Coney Island Museum: Brooklyn,
       NY
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Exhibitions (cont’d.)

       The Blue Hour: Work by Gallery Artists, Blue Mountain Gallery: New York, NY

       Stairmasters: a group show installed in a stairwell, curated by Paulien Lethen, Holland
       Tunnel Gallery: Brooklyn, NY

       Group Show/Benefit, Kentler International Drawing Center: Brooklyn, NY

       Animal Selves: The Work of Jennifer Toth, solo exhibition, Creative Spirit Art Center:
       Potsdam, NY

       Gender {f}, curated by Deb King, Westnorth Studio Galllery, Baltimore, MD

       X, Holland Tunnel Gallery: Brooklyn, NY

       Animutations, group show curated by Audrey and Joseph Anastasi, Tabla Rasa Gallery:
       Brooklyn, NY

       From the Art of New York, World Financial Center Winter Garden: New York, NY—artists
       included Gregory Amenoff, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Robert Rauschenberg, Yoko
       Ono, Kiki Smith and others

        Black and White, group show, Holland Tunnel Gallery: Brooklyn, NY




2005   Night of 1000 Drawings, Artists Space, New York, NY

       Artists Aid ‘Orleans, Benefit for hurricane relief, Ch’I Contemporary Art Gallery, Brooklyn,
       NY

       Word and Image: a collaboration, Blue Mountain Gallery: New York, NY

       Group show/Benefit, Kentler International Drawing Center: Brooklyn, NY

       Animal Reflections: New Paintings, solo show, Blue Mountain Gallery, New York, NY

       Solo exhibition, Farleigh Dickinson University Gallery: New Jersey, NY
Jenny Toth

Exhibitions (cont’d.)

2004   Night of 1000 Drawings, Artists Space: New York, NY

       “Postcards from the Edge,” Visual AIDS Benefit, Brent Sikkema Gallery: New York, NY

       Gender [f]: http://www.gender-f.com/

       Online show highlighting works by various feminist artists. Reviewed at:
       http://rhizome.org/ and http://www.multimediakunst.net/html_de/index.htm

       YW (Why Dubya, Why War?), Viridian Artists: New York, NY

       Show mentioned in The Village Voice, "YW (Why war? Why Dubya?)," by Kim
       Levin,"Voice Choices," (Vol. XLIX No. 38, Sept 22-28, p. 88-89) New York, NY

       The Mermaid Show, curated by Carrie Skoczek, Williamsburg Art and Historical Center:
       Brooklyn, NY

       Improvisations on a Square, Blue Mountain Gallery: New York, NY

       PMS, curated by Maria Rand, Brooklyn College Art Gallery: Brooklyn, NY

       Tunnel of Love, Holland Tunnel Gallery: Brooklyn, NY




2003   Gifted, curated by Lilah Freedland (collaborative work with Orly Cogan) RARE Gallery,
       New York, NY

       Night of 1000 Drawings, Artists Space: New York, NY

       Pandora’s Wink, three-person show, Paul Rodgers/9W: New York, NY

       Love, Hope, Sex & Dreams, Superfine: Brooklyn, NY

       Works on Paper, Blue Mountain Gallery: New York, NY

       Pinned to the Wall, The Organization of Independent Artists: New York, NY
Jenny Toth

Exhibitions (cont’d.)

2003   The Mermaid Show, Williamsburg Art and Historical Center: Brooklyn, NY

       Dimension, Diesel Gallery: Brooklyn, NY

2000-2002

       Woman Transformed, solo show, Wagner College Art Gallery: Staten Island, NY

       Figurative Painting Now, 55 Mercer Gallery: New York, NY- artists included: Leland Bell,
       Paul Georges, Paul Resika, and Louisa Mathiasdottir

1996-1999

       Wilson Center Gallery: Washington DC

       Juried Group show, Juror: Eliza Rathbone (curator at The Phillips Collection), June 1999

       Thesis Show, Yale University Gallery: New Haven, CT, March 1998

       Solo Show, Hillyer Art Building, Smith College, Northampton, MA

       The New York Studio School Art Gallery: New York, NY

       Scholarship show, April 1997; group show, February 1997

       The Bowery Gallery: New York, NY

       Group show, juror Gabriel Latterman, spring 1996

Publications

2007   Cohen, David ed. Artworld Digest Magazine April 2007-- Work reproduction

       Wright, Dr. Laura and Jennifer Toth. “Animals, Art, and the City,” Proteus: A Journal of
       Ideas. Humans and Animals. April 2007-- This is an article I co-authored with my
       teaching partner, to be published in a peer-reviewed journal published by Shippensburg
       University of Pennsylvania
Jenny Toth

Publications (cont’d.)

2006    Reproductions in various local newspapers (by Tabla Rasa Gallery) and online reviews
        (about Holland Tunnel show), mentioned in Paros, Greece local paper

2000    Stackhouse, Christopher. “Figurative Painting Now.” NY Arts International Edition Jan.
        2001: 75 Review of show

1999    Skarda, Patricia, ed. Smith Voices Northampton: Smith College Press, 1999

        Work reproduced and biography in an anthology of distinguished Smith alumnae that
        includes pieces by such women such as Sylvia Plath, Julia Child, Betty Friedan.

Professional Employment

Wagner College: Staten Island, NY

Associate Professor

State University of New York: Potsdam, NY

Visiting Assistant Professor, fall 1999 - spring 2000

Smith College: Northampton, MA

Drawing Instructor, spring 1999

Yale University: New Haven, CT

Teaching Assistant, Senior Projects Seminar, 1998

								
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