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Richard A. Heinrich

250 West Broadway
New York, NY 10013, U.S.A.
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Phone: (212) 226-3697, (212
Email: heinrich75@gmail.com
URL: http://www.richardheinrich.com

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ONE MAN SHOWS

  • 1988 Andreas Gallery, Washington, D.C.
  • 1987 Cydney Payton Gallery, Denver, CO
  • 1986 Jay Gallery, New York
  • 1983 Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle
  • 1977 William Paterson College
  • 1976 Soho Center for Visual Artists

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2000

  • Wood Street Gallery, Chicago, Il. Large Sculpture.

1999

  • The Sculpture Garden at Station Plaza, Nexus Properties, Trenton, NJ. Large Sculpture
  • Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, New Jersey, Spring Exhibition, Large Sculpture
  • Pierwalk '99 Show, Navy Pier, 3-D Chicago, Chicago IL. Large Sculpture
  • Pierwalk '99 Model Show; Vedanta Gallery, Chicago, IL
  • ISC Sculpture Show; Wood Street Gallery, Chicago, IL
1998
  • Skokie North Shore Sculpture Park. Large Sculpture; two-year installation
  • Rule Contemporary and Modern Gallery, Denver, CO; Fall Show
  • Pier Walk '98 Show, Navy Pier, 3-D Chicago, Chicago, IL. Large Sculpture
  • Pier Walk '98 Maquette Exhibition, Wood Street Gallery, Chicago, IL. Bronze Maquette
1997
  • 12x12 by Twelve, John 29: Bergesen 16 Gallery, Sculpture and Drawing
1996
  • Gold & Silver Show, American Craft Museum: Drawing
  • Art for Art's Sake: Chair-ity, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Sculpture
  • Organization of Independent Artists, The Art Club, New York, Drawing
  • The Completed Image, The Arvada Center for the Arts, Arvada, CO, Drawing
  • In This World and Others, Village Temple, New York
1995
  • Nardin Galleries, Somers, New York: Drawings and Maquettes
  • Gallery Emanuel, Great Neck, New York: Sculpture (The Lay of the Land)
1994
  • Rule Modern, Denver, Colorado: Nature Morte, Still Life
  • Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art: Turning Gold into Silver Auction
1993
  • Burns Fine Arts, Limited, New York: Black and White Show
1992
  • Champion Gallery, Champion International, Stamford, CT: All that Glitters
  • Rule Modern, Denver Colorado: The Small Masterpiece
1991
  • Stark Gallery, New York: Drawing Invitational
1989
  • The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers, New Brunswick, NJ: Surface printing/1980s
  • Borough of Manhattan Community College: Eight Tribeca Sculptors
  • New York: Dead Blimpie II Show (drawing)
  • Eve Mannes Gallery, Atlanta, GA: The Chair Show
  • Long Island University Gallery, Brooklyn, NY: Contemporary Abstraction (drawing)
1988
  • Hofstra Museum, Hempstead, NY: Beyond Henry Moore
  • PMW Gallery, Stamford, CT: Artists from Cornell
  • Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Interior Visions
  • PMW Gallery, Stamford, CT: Summer Art
1987
  • Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY: Nothing but Steel
  • Pfizer Headquarters, New York: MOMA Lending Advisory Committee: Gold
  • Cydney Payton Gallery, Denver, CO: Sculpture
1986
  • Hofstra University, Calkins Gallery: Sculpture, abstract/metal
  • Cydney Payton Gallery, Denver, CO: Sculpture and Drawings
  • Trillium Art, New York: Sculpture
  • American Express Headquarters: MOMA Lending Advisory Committee: Gold
1985
  • Jay Gallery, New York: The Animal Within and Pelavin Editions
  • Bernice Steinbaum Gallery: Adornments
  • Hillwood Art Gallery, C. W. Post College: The Doll Show: Artists' Dolls &Figurines
  • C. W. Post College: Campus Installation of Sculpture
1984
  • Jay Gallery: Several group shows
1983
  • YMHA, Union, NJ: A Survey of Contemporary Art
  • Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Eight Artists from Cornell
SELECTED COLLECTIONS
  • Amarada Hess Oil Company
  • Pepsico, Inc.
  • General Electric, Inc.
  • Chemical Bank of New York
  • Fiduciary Trust Company of New York
  • American Express
  • Deloitte, Haskins, & Sells, Boston
  • New York Public Library
  • Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University
  • Valley National Bank of Arizona
  • Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Museum, Rutgers University
  • Hofstra University
  • Northrop Corporation
  • Best Products, Ashland, Virginia
  • Marsteller Family, New York
  • Edward Albee, New York
  • Milt Brutten, Philadelphia
  • Miles and Barbara Morgan, Los Angeles
  • Alvin and Judith Krauss, Old Westbury, NY
  • Rod and Christine Patton, New York
  • Dr. and Mrs. Karl Ludwig, San Francisco
  • Werner Kramarsky, New York City
  • Carol and Peter Gluck
  • Ron and Jan Anderson, Garrison, NY

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

  • Pierwalk '98 Catalogue
  • "Abstract in Autumn," review by Michael Paglia. Denver Westword.com Autumn 1997
  • "Curator Shows Style," review by Vivien Raynor. The New York Times, January 15, 1995, p. 18.
  • "Art Now: Sumptuous Layerings of Lines," by Marilynne S. Mason, The Christian Science Monitor, May 20, 1993.
  • "Art," by M. S. Mason. Rocky Mountain News, December 6, 1992, pp. 65, 111.
  • The Sixth Henry Moore Grand Prize Exhibition, catalogue, The Utsushi-ga-Hara Open Air Museum, Hakone, Japan, 1992.
  • "Review," The New York Times, August 28, 1988, Viven Raynor.
  • "Nothing But Steel," catalogue. June 1987. Forward by Christopher Crosman.
  • "Array of Abstractions Invade Calkins Gallery," by Joe McGasko. The New Voice (Hofstra University), 11 (29 September 1986) 2:6A.
  • "In Praise of Steel," by Evan Firestone. Arts, April 1986, pp. 44-49.
  • Adornments, catalogue. December 1985. Hillwood Art Gallery, C. W. Post College, Long Island University
  • "Return to Grace," by Jim Murphy. Progressive Architecture, April 1984, pp. 122-26.
  • "A Masterful Meeting," by Michael Sorkin. House & Garden, January 1984, pp 104-14, 165.

EDUCATION

Cornell University, B.S., 1964

BIRTH DATE

October 14, 1941