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Suzanne Horwitz



Phone: 312-805-1586
Email: suzanne@suzannehorwitz.com
URL: http://suzannehorwitz.com

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Biography
 
Suzanne Horwitz is a second-generation artist. She has produced a diverse body of sculpture, ranging from intimate portraits to large installations and public sculpture. Viewer-object orientation, social commentary, process and material choices inform her art.
 
Horwitz’s works earned numerous awards, and have been exhibited in various venues including; Montclair Art Museum, New Jersey, University of Wisconsin, Valparasio University, Indiana, and Krasl Art Center, Michigan. In Chicagland, Horwitz exhibited at Chicago Cultural Center, Swedish American Museum, Bridgeport Art Center, Koehnline Museum of Art, The Oak Park Art League, and Evanston Art Center. Her work is in the collections of The Options Clearing Corporation, Chicago, Goldman Sachs, New York, plus private collections. Horwitz’s work is represented in the newly published book, CAST:Art and Objects Made using Humanity’s Most Transformative Process, from Schiffer Publishing. 
 
She received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Michigan, studied drawing and sculpture at the Art Students League of New York, and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Horwitz is on the faculty of The Art Center of Highland Park and the Evanston Art Center.
 
 
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2019
Global Village, Catholic Theological Union, Chicago, IL
Inside/Outside, The Art Center of Highland Park, IL
Cast, Art and Objects, Humanity’s Most Transformative Process, Wayne Art Center,
Wayne, Pa
Refreshing Feminism, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL
Impromptu, ARC Gallery, Chicago,IL
Sculpture Walk-Harbor Park, Kenosha, WI
 
2018
The Body in Art and Text, The Rissman Kol Ami Gallery, North Suburban Synagoge
Beth El, Highland Park, IL
Sculpture Walk Biennial, Horbor Park, Kenosha, WI
 
2017
Family Ties as Inspiration for Art, The Rissman Kol Ami Gallery, North Suburban
Synagoge Beth El, Highland Park, IL
Skin and Bones, Noyes Cultural Center, Evanston, Illinois
Inside/Outside, Boundaries and Otherness, Spertus Museum of Judaica
Sculpture Walk Biennial, Harobor Park, Kenosha, WI
Krasl Art Center Biennial Sculpture Invitational, St Joseph, MI
East on Central, Highland Park City Hall, Hiighland Park, IL
 
2016
Art for Social Change; Behind Walls, Oak Park Art League, Juor; Charles Gneich, Oak
Park, IL
True to Form, Brauer Museum, Valparasio University, jurors; Gregg Hertzleib, Gloria
Ruff, Varlparasio, IN
Krasl Art Center Biennial Sculpture Invitational, Juror; Tami Miller, St Joseph, MI
 
2015
Themes in Contemporary Sculpture, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, WI
Wall to Wall, Art Space, Chicago,IL
Chicago Sculpture Exhibit, Greektown 2015-2016, Chicago, IL
 
2014
Nature’s Kaleidoscope, Heller Nature Center”, Highland Park, IL
Sculpture on the Lawn, Evanston Art Center, Juror; Patrick Dougherty, Evanston, IL
Biennial Sculpture Exhibit, Chicago Sculpture International, Lewis University,
Romeroville, IL
 
2013
Bodies by Design, Modificationn, Coercion and Resistance, Curator; Judy A. Langston,
Koehnline Museum of Art, Des Plaines, IL
Chicago Sculpture International Biennial Exhibition, Bridgeport Art Center, Curator;
Lelde Kalmite, Chicago, IL
6^3, Cliff Dwellers, Chicago, IL
Sculpture Chicago Parks, Grant Park, Chicago, IL
 
2012
The Spirit of Hanukkah, Kol Ami Museum, NSS Beth El, Highland Park, IL
Sacred Spaces, The Art Center of Highland Park, Hinghland Park, IL
Small Works, Gallery 1837, Chicago, IL
Lakefront 2012-2013, 23rd International Sculpture Center Conference, Juror, Richard
Hunt, Chicago, IL
litteSCULPTURE Show, 23rd International Sculpture Center Conference, Chicago, IL

6 to the Third, Expo Chicago 2012, Chicago, IL