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Judith Margolis

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Full Name  Judith Cohen
Known for  Painting
Role  Artist
Name  Judith Margolis
Nationality  American

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Born  September 24, 1944 (1944-09-24) New York City
Education  Columbia University, University of Southern California

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Judith Margolis (born September 24, 1944) is an Israel-based American artist. In her art and writing she "explores tensions between consciousness, feminism, and religious ritual tradition."

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Life

Since 1996, Margolis has been the Art Editor of Nashim: The Journal of Jewish Women's Studies and Gender Issues, published by Indiana University Press.

She was selected as one of ten international Common Ground artists.

Margolis is Creative Director of Bright Idea Books, which produces limited edition and artist's books.

Education

  • MFA from University of Southern California, 1986
  • BA from Lone Mountain College, SF, CA 1977
  • Two years study at Cooper Union, NY
  • Additional studies Columbia University, NY
  • Family

    Judith's husband, the author David Margolis, died on July 17, 2005. She has three children and six grandchildren.

    One person exhibitions

  • Hebrew Union College, New York, NY . 2009
  • Hebrew Union College, Los Angeles, CA . 2008
  • University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA . 2003
  • Yeshiva University Museum, New York, NY . 2002
  • Brandeis Bardin Institute . Simi Valley, CA . 2000
  • Talpiot Industrial Gallery . Jerusalem . 1994
  • ARTernatives Gallery . San Luis Obispo, California . 1989
  • University Of Southern California . Los Angeles . 1986
  • Buffalo Street Gallery . Ithaca, New York . 1988
  • Smedley's Gallery . Ithaca, New York . 1981
  • Eisenhower College Gallery . Seneca Falls, New York . 1978
  • Ithaca House Gallery . Ithaca, New York . 1978
  • Cole/Hayes Gallery . San Francisco . 1977
  • Two person exhibitions

  • University of Judaism (now the American Jewish University) / Platt Gallery . Los Angeles . (scheduled) 1999
  • Ithaca House Gallery . Ithaca, NY . 1981
  • Selected group exhibitions

  • Florida Atlantic University . Boca Raton, FL . 2000
  • University of Arizona Museum of Art . Tucson, AZ . 2000
  • Kutztown University Gallery . 1999
  • Plains Art Museum . Fargo, ND . 1998
  • Morris Louis Gallery/Bezelel . Jerusalem . 1998
  • B'nai B'rith National Jewish Museum . Washington, DC . 1997
  • Central Exhibition Hall . Moscow . 1996
  • Kerim Institute . Jerusalem . 1996
  • Kanner Heritage Museum . Toranto, Canada . 1996
  • Skirball Cultural Center . Los Angeles . 1996
  • Navon Gallery . Neve Ilan, Israel . 1995
  • Plotkin Judaica Museum . Phoenix, AZ . 1995
  • The Knesset . Jerusalem . 1994
  • Arad Art Museum . Arad, Israel . 1994
  • Yeshiva University Museum . NYC . 1993
  • Perkins Gallery . Boston . 1993
  • Dubin-Wolf Exhibit Center . Los Angeles . 1992
  • Loyola University Laband Gallery . Los Angeles . 1991
  • UCLA Kirkham Gallery . Los Angeles . 1991
  • Dubin-Wolf Exhibit Center . Los Angeles . 1989
  • The Art Store . Los Angeles . 1987
  • University of Wisconsin Fine Art Gallery . Milwaukee . 1987
  • Arts Commission Galley . Los Angeles . 1987
  • Otis/Parsons Gallery . Los Angeles . 1984
  • Amfac Plaza Gallery . Honolulu . 1984
  • Herbert Johnson Museum . Ithaca, NY . 1983
  • Columbia-Greene Community College . NY . 1983
  • Arnot Art Museum . Elmira, NY . 1983
  • Rockefeller Arts Center . Fredonia, NY . 1983
  • Schenectedy Museum . New York . 1983
  • Long Beach Museum . California . 1983
  • Rutgers University Art Museum . New Brunswick, NJ . 1981
  • Traction Gallery . Los Angeles . 1981
  • Tompkins-Cortland Community College . NY . 1981
  • Arnot Museum . Elmira, NY . 1981
  • Zone Gallery . Springfield, MA . 1981
  • Womanworks Gallery . Buffalo, NY . 1981
  • Ithaca House Gallery . Ithaca, NY . 1981
  • Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art . 1979
  • Hinckley Foundation Museum . Ithaca, NY . 1979
  • AART Gallery . Oakland, CA . 1979
  • State University of New York Art Gallery . Binghamton . 1978
  • Cornell University Art Gallery . Ithaca, NY . 1978
  • Lone Mountain College Art Gallery . San Francisco, CA . 1977
  • New York

  • New York Public Library Special Collections
  • Dr. Al Molvadan
  • Meredith Tax
  • Barbara Rochman
  • Liza Norman
  • Dr. Phyllis Silverman
  • Janet Braun-Reinitz
  • Seattle

  • University of Washington Rare Book Collection
  • Jerusalem

  • Seth Althotz
  • Dani and Deborah Kollin
  • Rabbi Daniel Landes and Sheryl Robbin
  • Timna Katz
  • LSusan Schneider
  • Eli and Miriam Avidan
  • Drs. Jeff and Jane Kimchi
  • Ephraim and Sigal Tabackman
  • Tel Aviv

  • Dan and Penny Witties
  • San Francisco
  • Dr. Jim and Diane Breivis
  • Drs. Cody and Lucy Fisher
  • Annette and Steve Hess
  • Sara Katz
  • San Diego, CA

  • Noa Summerfield
  • Bainbridge Island, WA
  • Jean Diamond Sargent
  • Los Angeles

  • Midway Hospital Medical Center
  • Hebrew Union College Skirball Museum
  • UCLA Fine Arts Library
  • Beverly Hills Fine Arts Library
  • Uri Harkham
  • Nancy Berman
  • Robert J. Avrech
  • James and Sonya Cummings
  • Mark Carliner
  • Michelle Rappaport
  • Blossom Norman
  • Dr. Robert and Peggy Sloves
  • Phillip and Judith Miller
  • Barbara Schuster
  • Diane Isaacs Fink
  • Abby Yasgar and Joey Lipner
  • Adam Leipzig and Lori Zimmerman
  • Drs. Suzanne and Moshe Spira
  • Dr. Deborah Berger
  • Drs. Donna Cooper-Matchett & Bill Matchett
  • Lynn and Morton Moskowitz
  • Moscow

  • Artist's House, Chilushskinskaya
  • Berkeley, CA

  • UC Berkeley Fine Arts Library
  • Boca Raton, FL

  • Arthur Jaffe Center for Rare Books
  • Baltimore

  • John and Linda Haas
  • Ithaca, NY

  • Tompkins County Hospital
  • Fredrika and Bill Kaven
  • Myra Malkin
  • Catherine O'Neill
  • Linda Myers
  • Sandra Gittleman
  • Robert and Corinne Stern
  • Ira and Anne Brous
  • Moorehead, Mn
  • Minnesota State University
  • Faculty appointments, residencies and awards

  • Coolidge Colloquium Research Fellowship; 2010
  • 18th Street Arts Center, Santa Monica, CA; 2008, 2009
  • Hebrew Union College, Los Angeles, CA; 2008
  • Brandeis-Bardein College Institute (LA), Faculty; 1999-00
  • International Plein-Air, Artist-in-Residence; Morehead, MN; 1998
  • Brandeis-Bardein College Institute (LA), Faculty; 1997
  • Chomut, Christina, TODAY'S LOCAL NEWS, "Space Visions", January 30, 2005
  • International Plein-Air, Artist-in-Residence, Moscow; 1996
  • Arad Arts Project (Israel), Artist-in-Residence; 1993–94
  • Center for Jewish Culture and Creativity, Project Grant; 1993–94
  • UCLA Extension, Instructor, Drawing/Painting/Book design; 1990–93
  • University of Southern California (LA), Instructor, Painting/Design; 1984–89
  • University of Judaism (LA), Instructor Painting/Drawing/Book Design; 1990–91
  • Brandeis-Bardein College Institute (LA), Faculty; 1988–90
  • Woman's Studio Workshop (NY), Artist-in-Residence/Project grant ; 1983 During this residency, Margolis created The underground dreams of cactus, an handmade artit's book in an edition of 20. The book documents a post-modern woman's experience. Sixteen etchings incorporating images and handwritten text explore the perils of living in a body-conscious, sex conscious world.
  • Cornell Council on the Arts (NY), Project grant; Ithaca, 1983
  • References

    Judith Margolis Wikipedia


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