Bio

Born in Cleveland, Ohio
Lives and works in New York, NY
     
EDUCATION
1971-1972 Hunter College New York, NY.
  Graduate Course Work  
1965 Bennington College Bennington, VT.
  BA  
SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2018 The Albright College Center for the Arts, Freedman Gallery, Incarceration in the Era of Impending Fascism, Reading, PA.
2017 Fairfield University Art Museum, Guantanamo and Black Sites: In Our Name, Fairfield, CT.
2009 Michael Steinberg Fine Art, Susan Crile: Project Room,  New York, NY.
2007 Museo di Roma in Trastevere, Abu Ghraib: Abuso di Potere, Rome, Italy.
  Museo di Palazzo Mocenigo, Abu Ghraib: Abuso di Potere, Venice, Italy.
2006 Michael Steinberg Fine Art, Susan Crile: Recent History, New York, NY.
  Hunter College, The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf art Gallery, Abu Ghraib, the Abuse of Power, New York, NY.
2004 JG | Contemporary / James Graham & Sons, New York, NY.
2003 The University of Arizona: Museum of Art, Hot Art: SUSAN CRILE, The Fires of War,  Tucson, AZ.
2001 JG | Contemporary / James Graham & Sons, New York, NY.
1998 James Graham & Sons, New York, NY.
1995 James Graham & Sons, New York, NY.
  The Federal Reserve Board, The Fires of War,  Washington DC.
  The National Council for Culture; Art and Letters, The Fires of War, Kuwait City, Kuwait.
  The Herbert Johnson Museum;Cornell University, The Fires of War, Ithaca, NY.
  Middlebury College Museum of Art, The Fires of War, Middlebury, VT.
1994 Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, MA in conjunction with The Boston Philharmonic Orchestra Harcus Gallery, Boston, MA.
  Saint Louis Art Museum, The Fires of War, St. Louis, MO.
  Blaffer Gallery, The Fires of War, The University of Houston, Houston, TX.
  California State University; University Art Museum, The Fires of War, Long Beach, CA.
1990 Graham Modern, New York, NY.
1988 Gloria Luria Gallery, Bay Harbor Island, FL.
  Graham Modern, New York, NY.
  Ivory Kimpton Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
1987 Gloria Luria Gallery, Bay Harbor Island, FL.
  Graham Modern, New York, NY.
1986 Adams-Middleton Gallery, Dallas, TX.
1985 Graham Modern, New York, NY.
1984 Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY.
  Ivory Kimpton Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
  Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH.
1983 Van Straaten Gallery, Chicago, IL.
  Lincoln Center Gallery, New York, NY.
1982 Janie C. Lee Gallery, Houston, TX.
  Mattingly/Baker, Dallas, TX.
  Carson-Sapiro, Denver, CO.
1981 Ivory Kimpton Gallery, San Francisco, CA. 
1980 Droll-Kolbert Gallery, New York, NY. 
1978 Center Gallery, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA.
  Droll-Kolbert Gallery, New York, NY.
1977 Fischbach Gallery, New York, NY. 
  The New Gallery, Cleveland, OH. 
1975 Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York, NY. 
  Fischbach Gallery, New York, NY.
  The Phillips Collection, SUSAN CRILE, Washington, D.C.
1974 Fischbach Gallery, New York, NY. 
1973 Fischbach Gallery, New York, NY. 
1972 Fischbach Gallery, New York, NY.  
1971 Fischbach Gallery, New York, NY. 
   
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 
2019 MoMA PS1, Theater of Operations, The Gulf War 1991-2011, Queens, NY.
2017 The Cluster Gallery, Fact or Fiction: The Hand in Photography, Brooklyn, NY. 
2016 Blue Hill Cultural Center, Song of Light, Pearl River, NY.
2015 Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute, Shared Traditions, Utica, NY. 
2013 Munson Williams Proctor Museum, (M)other Natures:Natural History in Contemporary Art, Utica, NY.
  Gallery 72, Stewart & Stewart,  Omaha, NE.
2012 Ann Arbor Art Center, Stewart & Stewart, Ann Arbor, MI.
2011 Musei Capitolini-Centrale Montemartini, Cities of New York, Rome, Italy. 
  Parrish Art Museum, Esteban Vicente: Portrait of the Artist, Southampton, NY.
2010 University Art Museum CSLUB, Pieces of 9:  Reframing the Collection, Long Beach CA. 
  The Farnsworth Museum, Real and Abstract: Contemporary Art from the Farnsworth, Rockland, ME. 
2009 Tucson Museum of Art, Trouble in Paradise: Examining Discord Between Nature and Society, Tucson, AZ.
2008 18th Street Arts Center, War As a Way of Life, Santa Monica, CA.
  Hunter College, CUNY;Hunter College Art Galleries, to:Night, New York, NY.
  Baruch College, CUNY; Mishkin Gallery, Independent Visions/ Feminist Perspectivies, NY.
  St. George’s Church; Francis Lewis Gallery, Cryptoroeal: Art And Myth, Queens, NY. 
2007 MOCA, Feel the Love, Cleveland, OH.
  Sarah Tecchia Roma, Accidental Real, New York, NY. 
  The Cleveland Clinic Art Program, The Art of Giving: Collection of Jau & Jean Kislak, Cleveland, OH. 
  MIT List Visual Arts Center, The Dean’s Gallery: Selections from the Collection, Cambridge, MA. 
2006 The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery, to Shanghai and Back, Hunter College, New York, NY
2005 MOCA, Drawn to Cleveland,  Cleveland, OH.
  Detroit Institute of Art, The Art of the Screenprint, Detroit, MI. 
2004 Lehman College Art Gallery, Lehman College, CUNY, Images of Time and Place: Contemporary Views of Landscape, Bronx, NY. 
  Wayne State University, Images of Time and Place: Contemporary Views of Landscape Detroit, MI. 
  Michael Steinberg Fine Art, Polytechnic, New York, NY. 
2002 The National Academy of Design, 177th Annual Exhibition,  New York, NY.
  University of Colorado Springs; Gallery of Contemporary Art, Shark’s Ink: 1976-2001, A 25 Year Retrospective, Colorado Springs, CO. 
  Smith Andersen Editions, Stewart & Stewart Works on Paper, Palo Alto, CA. 
  The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery, Hunter College, CUNY, Faculty Small Works Show, New YorK, NY. 
2001 University of Arizona Museum of Art, When this you see remember me…Prints by Contemporary Women Artists from the Collection, Tempe, AZ. 
2000 Art in General, Friendships in Arcadia: Writer and Artists at Yaddo in the 90s, New York, NY and The Hyde Collection, Glen Falls, NY. 
  Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Small Works, Buffalo, NY. 
  Times Square Gallery, Hunter College Faculty Exhibition, New York, NY. 
  Madonna University, Stewart & Stewart Printer/ Publisher of Fine Prints, Livonia, MI. 
1999 American Academy of Arts and Letters, Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture, New York, NY. 
1998 Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, TX;  Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX; Museum  of the Southwest, Midland, TX; El Paso Museum Museum of Art, El Paso, TX; Wichita Falls Museum and Art Center, Wichita Falls, TX; Oil Patch Dreams: Images of the Petroleum Industry (catalogue). 
1997 Condeso/Lawler Gallery, Abstraction Index, New York, NY. 
1995 Florida International University Art Museum, American Art Today: Night Paintings, Miami, FL. 
1994 American Academy of Arts and Letters, 46th Annual Academy Purchase Exhibition, New York, NY. 
1993 The Denver Art Museum, First Sightings: Recent Modern and Contemporary Acquisitions, Denver, CO. 
  The Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, 25 Years, Cleveland, OH.
  The Denver Art Museum, 100 Years Anniversary, Denver, CO.
1992 Andre Emmerich Gallery, Abstract Painting: The 90’s, Curated by Barbara Rose, New York, NY. 
  Bowdoin College Museum of Art, One Press Multiple Impressions: Vinal Haven at Bowdoin, Brunswick, ME. 
  The William Procter Art Gallery, Bard College, The Depicted Unknown, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, NY. 
1991 Detroit Institute of Art, Collaboration in Print: Stewart and Stewart Prints, 1980-1990, Detroit, MI. (Traveled to: Cleveland Museum of Art, Extension Division, Lakewood, OH; The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO). 
  Black and White, Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NY. 
1990 Blum Helman Gallery, Artists for Amnesty, New York, NY. 
  The National Gallery of Art, The 1980’s – Prints from the Joshua P. Smith Collection, Washington, D.C. 
  Nielsen Gallery, Beijing/New York: Works on Paper, Boston, MA. 
  IBM Gallery of Science and Art, 50 years of Collecting Art At IBM, New York, NY. 
  Bates College Museum of Art,  Vinalhaven: the First Five Years, Lewiston, ME.  
1987 The Bronx Museum of Art and Krasdale Foods, Inc., The Art of Music, New York, NY. (Exhibition curated by Marsha Clark, under the auspices of the Hudson River Museum, New York, NY). 
1986 Norma Haime Gallery, Abstraction: New Points of View, New York, NY. 
  Independent Curators Inc., After Matisse, Traveled to: Queens Museum, New York, NY; Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, VA; Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME; Bass Museum, Miami, Fl; Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C., Danforth Art Institute, Danforth, OH; Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA. 
  One Penn Plaza, Monumental Space Variations, New York, NY. 
  Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 70’s into 80’s: Printmaking Now, Boston, MA. 
  The Shanghai Exhibition Center, Art from the City University of New York: Approaches to Abstraction, Shanghai, China. 
  Vinalhaven Press, 1984-1986, Portland, ME. 
1985 Independent Curators Inc., Large Drawings, New York, NY, Traveled to: Bass Museum, Miami Beach, FL; Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; Norman McKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina,Canada; Anchorage Historical and Fine Arts Museum, Anchorage, Alaska; Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA; Madison Art Center, Madison, WI. 
  Columbus Museum of Arts and Sciences, American Art Now! Paintings in the 1980s, Columbus, GE. 
  Wright State University Art Galleries, Bud Shark Limited:Contemporary Prints, Dayton, OH. 
  Light Gallery, Messages of  ’85, New York, NY. 
  Princeton University, The Art Museum,  A Decade of Visual Arts at Princeton: Faculty 1975-1985, Princeton, NJ.  
  Independent Curators, Large Drawings, New York, NY. 
  Philadelphia Art Alliance, Aerial Perception: The Earth as Seen from Aircraft and Spacecraft and its Influence on Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA. 
  Association of American Artists, Tamarind 25th Anniversary Exhibition, Buffalo, NY. 
1984 Weatherspoon Gallery, Works on Paper, Greensboro, NC. 
  Bard College, Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Contemporary Triptychs, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. 
  Contemporary Art at One Penn Plaza, Luxe Calme et Volupte: Nine Abstract Artists and their Use of Color, New York, NY. 
  Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum, Collector’s Choice:1984,  San Antonio, TX. 
1983 Pratt Institute Gallery, Exceptions: Six Artists, Brooklyn, NY. 
  University of Pennsylvania, Institute of Contemporary Art, 22nd National Print Exhibition, Philadelphia, PA. 
  The Brooklyn Museum, The American Artist as Printmaker, Brooklyn, NY. 
  The Port of History Museum at Penn’s Landing, Printed by Women; a National Exhibition of Photographs and Prints, Philadelphia, PA
1982 College of Art, Decker Gallery, Non-Objective Art- Six Artists, Baltimore, MD. 
  Whitney Museum of American Art, Block Prints, New York, NY. 
1981 Institute of Contemporary Art, Geometric Abstraction: A New Generation, Boston, MA. Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Recent Acquisitions: Prints, Drawings, and Photographs, Pittsburgh, PA. 
  The Brooklyn Museum, 22nd National Print Exhibition, Brooklyn, NY. 
1980 Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, Contemporary Drawings and Watercolors, Rochester, NY. 
  The Brooklyn Museum, American Drawing in Black and White: 1970-1980, Brooklyn, NY. 
1979 Institute of Art and Urban Resources, P.S.1, A Great Big Drawing Show, Long  Island City, NY. 
  USIA, Print Publishing in America, traveled to Egypt, Israel, France 
  New York University, Grey Art Gallery and Study Center, American Painting: The Eighties, A Critical Interpretation, (traveled to Texas, France, Finland, West Germany, Austria, Israel, Hungary, Portugal). 
  Janie C. Lee Gallery, The New American Painting I, Houston, TX.
  Gloria Luria Gallery, American Painting Today, FL. 
1978 Boston University Art Gallery, Brooke Alexander: A Decade of Print Publishing, Boston, MA. 
1977 Lowe Art Gallery, Critics Choice, Syracuse, NY and Munson- Williams Proctor of Art, Utica, NY. 
  James Yu Gallery, MacDowell Colony Artists, New York, NY. 
1975 Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, NJ. 
  Virginia Museum of Fine Art, Works on Paper, Richmond, VA. 
  Brooke Alexander, Inc. & Comprehensive Exhibition Services, Hand-Colored Prints, Los Angeles (traveled to 12 museums throughout the US and Canada). 
1974 Contemporary Arts Society, and the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Painting and Sculpture Today,  Indianapolis, IN. 
1973 The Corcoran Gallery of Art, The Way of Color: Thirty-third Biennial of Contemporary American Painting, Washington, DC.
  Contemporary Arts Society and the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Painting and Sculpture Today, Indianapolis, IN.
  Brooke Alexander Gallery, Hand Colored Prints, New York, NY
1972 Whitney Museum of American Art, Whitney Annual, New York, NY.  
  Indianapolis Museum of Art, Contemporary Art Society,  Indianapolis, IN. 
1971 Kent State University, Annual Invitational: Focus on Women,  Kent, OH. 
  The Art Institute of Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago Annual, Chicago, IL. 
  Suffolk Museum, Unmanly Art, Stony Brook, NY. 
   
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
2020 Aima, Rahel, “Theater of Operations, The Gulf Wars 1991-2011”, Art in America, February, 2020
2019 Eleey, Peter & Katrib, Ruba, Theater of Operations, The Gulf Wars, 1991-2011. MoMA PS1, 2019
  Public Culture, Institute for Public Knowledge, Volume 31 No.3), September 2019, (Crile cover)
2018 Crile, Susan. “Incarceration in the Era of Impending Fascism,” Interview by Elizabeth Frank. Freedman Gallery, Albright College, 2018.
  Nguyen, Viet Thanh (introduction);Santlofer, Jonathan (editor), IT OCCURS TO ME that I AM AMERICA, New Stories and Art, TOUCHSTONE, 2018.
2015 Sharma, “Visions of Punishment: On Susan Crile’s Abu Ghraib Drawings”, Invisibilities Stories: Surveillance, Transparency and the Hidden in Contemporary Culture, edited by  Kristin Veel and Henriette Steiner, publisher Peter Lang Verlags Gruppe. 
  Blossom, Laurel, “Longevity”, Four Way Books. 
2014 Amato, Pierandrea,  In Posa: Abu Ghraib10 anni dopo, Edizioni Cronopio, Naples, Italy  (Crile drawings & last chapter). 
  WNYC, Studio 360: Artist vs. the IRS, October 10, 2014. 
  Kennedy, Randy, “Tax Court Ruling is Seen as a Victory for Artists”, The New York Times, October 6, 2014. 
  Amy, Marieve, “Study with the Best”, CUNY TV, December 29, 2014, January 1 & 4, 2014. 
2012 Dhage, Vrushali, Art Etc, March 2012, India: 10-12. 
2011 Ireland, Julia, “This Fragile Body: Susan Crile’s Abu Ghraib: Abuse of Power”, Torture and the Body,” University of Washington Press. Edited by Shampa Biswas and Zahi Zalloua, 2011. 
  LOCUTORIO, Publicacion cuatrimestral, Marzo 2011, published in Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela: 15,16, 23, 24, 35, 36. 
  Arzoumanian, Ana,  “EL GENOCIDIO Y LO IREPRESENTABLE: Una Mirada Pornografical“,  LODEODORO: gaceta di critica y cultura,  Universidad Nacional de Cordoba, Septembre de 2011. 
  Sharma, Devika, Pictures of the American Prison: Art, Culture and Imprisonment in Contemporary America (translated from Danish). Tiderne Skifter press, Copenhagen, Denmark, Crile cover and Chapter 3. 
  Concrete Improvisations:  Collages and Sculpture ESTEBAB VICENTE,  Interview with Susan Crile by Edward J. Sullivan, Grey Art Gallery, New York University, 2011: 110-114. 
2010 Tamarind Touchstones: Fabulous at Fifty:  University Art Museum, University of New Mexico, University of New Mexico Press. 
  The Art of Captivity: Part Two, Susan Eley Fine Art, NYC. 
2009 KULT-URO; Tids-Skrift for Moderne kultur, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2009: 13 & 44.  
  Butler, Judith; FRAMES OF WAR: When Is life Grievable?, Verso Press, cover. 
2008 Moreno, Julia, to:Night: Contemporary Representations of the Night, Hunter College Art Galleries, plate #XXXIX: 111.  
  Nefedova, Olga, A Journey to the World of the Ottomans: The Art of Jean-Baptiste Vamour SKIRA, Milan , Italy. 
  Mette Olsen with Devika Sharma (Interview), Politiken, (Crile image), Copenhagen, Denmark, Friday, 21 November, 2008. 
2007 Sharma, Devika, Torturtegninger: Susan Crile’s Manovrer Med Mennesker, Kritic , Nr. 183   April 2007, Copenhagen, Denmark. 
  Bignardi, Irene, Loss of Innocence, Abu Ghraib:Abuso di Potere, Gangemi Editore, Rome, Italy. 
  Dawson, Ashley; Schueller, Malini Johar. Exceptional State: Contemporary U.S.. Culture and the New Imperialism (Book Cover), Duke University Press, Durham & London. 
  Maestosi, Danilo, I Fantasmi della Tortura nei Quadri di Susan Crile: Il Messaggero, July 15,2007. 
  Papaccio, Chiara, Iraq, arte che fa riflettere, Epolis, Roma, Italy. June 27, 2007. 
  De Sanctis, Francesca, Abu Ghraib: Abuso Di Potere, L’Unita Roma, June 27, 2007. 
  Brogi, Paolo, Tortura, Abusi e umiliazioni ad Abu Ghraib nelle opere dell’artista Susan Crile: Corriere Della Sera, Rome, Italy, June 24, 2007. 
  Zenobio, Marina, Abu Ghraib, Ventinove Mmagini Fra Rabbia E Orrore, Il Manifesto, June 29, 2007. 
2006 Scott, Andrea K.,  “Susan Crile”. The New York Times: E 36. 
  Hayden-Guest, Anthony, “War and Paint”, Financial Times, London, England. 
  Bischoff, Dan, “Images from Abu Ghraib,” Star-Ledger, Newark, NJ. 
  “Drawn from Memory,” O The Oprah Magazine, October 2006: 78. 
  Harper’s Magazine, February  2006, 5 images: 39-46.
  Danner, Mark: Bodies Under Stress: Abu Ghraib, Abuse of Power, The Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf art Gallery at Hunter College, NY.
2005 “Drawn from Cleveland,”, MOCA, Cleveland, OH. 
  “Collaboration in Print,” Stewart & Stewart Screenprints 25th Anniversary, Catalogue for  the Detroit Museum of Art: 22-25. 
2004 Sundell, Nina, “Images of Time and Place: Contemporary Views of landscape”, Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY 
2003 Hughes, Betsy, “Hot Art: Susan Crile, The Fires of War” ( Catalogue), The University of Arizona Art Museum, Tucson, AZ. 
  Rabinowitz, Jenny, “The Bombs Burning Glare” (Interview), The Bear Deluxe #20: 21-22. 
  Kamarsky, Werner. A New York Drawing Collection: 1991-2006, Ed. by Amy Eshoo, Yale University Press. 
2002 Harper’s Magazine, (cover). September 2000. 
  National Academy of Design, the 177th Annual, National Academy of Design, New York: 23.
  Parnasus (reproductions), Issue No. 2, 2001, published Fall 2002. 
  Byrne, Chris, The Original Print, Understanding Technique in Contemporary Fine printmaking, Guild Publishing, Madison, WN: 104-105 
  Lapham, Louis, Theater of War, (cover), New Press, New York, NY 
2000 The National Endowment For The Arts Visual Artists’ Fellowship Program, 1966-95, Abrams, Inc., Publishers in association with National Endowment for the Arts, 2001: 21, 52, 146, 153. 
  Cheever, Susan, “Friendships in Arcadia: Writers and Artists at Yaddo in the 90s,” The Corporation of Yaddo: 16-17.
1999 Goodman, Jonathan, “Susan Crile at James Graham & Sons,” Art in America, July: 98-99, illustrated. 
1998 Johnson, Ken, “Susan Crile,” The New York Times, 27 November. 
  Newhall, Edith, “Talent,” New York Magazine, 30 November. 
  Carraro, Francine. Oil Patch Dreams: Images of the Petroleum Industry in American Art, Art Museum of Southeast Texas: 39, plate 10. 
1997 Feliciano, Kristina. “Inspiring Artists: Susan Crile,” American Artist, January: illustrated. 
1995 Stevens, Mark. “Susan Crile,” New York Magazine, 17 April. 
  Newhall, Edith.  “The Fire This Time,” New York Magazine, 10 April. 
1994 Kalil, Susan. “Art of Darkness.” Houston Press, 7-13 January: 33. 
  Shepley, Carol Ferring. “The Fires of Hell,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 24 April: 4,13. 
  McGee, Celia. “When Horror Meets Beauty.” The New York Times, 24 April, Arts and Leisure, Sec. 2: 35. 
  Bellos, Alexandra. “Oil Painting.” The Riverfront Times, 27 April – 3 May: 72-73. 
  Chadwick, Susan. “Artist Zeroes in on War.” Houston Post. 5 June: Lifestyle Section.
  Carter, Sharon. “Paintings Show War’s Horrors.” Houston Chronicle, 11 June: 1,3,4. 
  Johnson, Patricia. “The Fires of War”, The Houston Chronicle, 18 June: 1,4E. 
  Frank, Elizabeth. “Susan Crile’s ‘The Fires of War’,” Art News, October: 131-132. 
  Colpitt, Frances. “Susan Crile at the Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Art in America, October: 103. 
  Anderson-Spivy, Alexandra. “Green Amnesia”, Argonaut: 235-239. 
  Brunskill, Joan. “Painter Finds Beauty in Horror of Oil Fires,” Associated Press (datestream), 11 November. 
  Temin, Christine. “Art from the Field of Fire,” The Boston Globe, 18 November. 
  Strick, Jeremy. “Susan Crile: The Fires of War,” St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, MO, April.  
  Development and the Arts, Franklin, Margery B. & Kaplan, Eds. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publ., Hillsdale, NJ, Hove UK 1994 p. 165-191. 
  Wilson, William. “Three Doses of Reality, Magic and Oddities,” The Los Angeles Times, 27 August: F10. 
1993 25 Years: A Retrospective, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH.
1992 Becker, David P.  Vinalhaven at Bowdoin: One Press, Multiple Impressions, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, ME. 
1991 Cotter, Holland. “Susan Crile at Graham Modern”, Art in America, January: 131. 
  Santlofer, Jonathan. “Fields of Fire”, (Vasari Diary), Art News, November: 26. 
1990 “Susan Crile, Palio.” The Print Collector’s Newsletter, Volume XX: No. 6, January/February. 
  Mahoney, Robert. “Susan Crile”, Arts, September: 101. 
  Pardee, Hearne. “Susan Crile”, Artnews, October. 
  Cohen, Ronny. “Susan Crile”, Artforum, October. 
  Langer, Sandra. “Susan Crile Review”, Women Artist News: Fall. 
  Zanatta, Joseph E. A Guide to Prices, New Editions and Sources, Contemporary Print Portfolio; Bon A Tirer Publishers, Fall: 80-81. 
  Harp, Ellen. Collaborations in Print. Stewart and Stewart Prints: 1980-1990, Washtenaw Community College Foundation, Ann Arbor, MI: 14-17. 
  Leslie, Kenneth. Oil Pastel Materials and Techniques for Today’s Artist, Watson-Kuptil Publications, New York, NY: 9, 123. 
  Fine, Ruth E. The 1980’s Prints From The Collection Of Joshua P. Smith. 
  Ritchie, Charles M; Coolson, Thomas. The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.: 53.
1989 “Susan Crile, Oculus.” The Print Collector’s Newsletter, Vol. XIX: No. 6, January-February.  
  Huntington, Richard. “Freudenheim Show Brilliantly Displays That Paper Has Arrived,” Gusto, 29 January. 
  Langer, Cassandra. “Susan Crile.” Arts Magazine, Summer. 
  Raynor, Vivien. “A Musical Theme Binds Together an Exhibition of Forty Works.” The New York Times, 4 December. 
  Raynor, Vivien. “A Visual Dialogue with the Chinese.” The New York Times, 18 December. 
1987 Raynor, Vivien. “Susan Crile.” The New York Times, 27 February. 
  Field, Richard; Fine, Ruth. A Graphic Muse: Prints by Contemporary American Women. New York: Hudson Hills Press.
  Clark, Marcia. The World is Round: Contemporary Panoramas. Yonkers, NY: The Hudson River Museum. 
1986 Ackerman, Martin. Smart Money and Art: Investing in Fine Art. Tarrytown, NY: Station Hill Press: 1980-1985. 
1985 Brenson, Michael. “Luxe, Calme et Volupte.” The New York Times, 4 January. 
  A Decade of Visual Arts at Princeton: Faculty 1975-1985. Princeton, NJ: The Art Museum of Princeton University, 1985. 
  Bornstein, Benjamin. “Abstraction Continues to be Strong, Diverse.” O & E Newspapers, Detroit, MI, 4 April. 
  Raynor, Vivian. “Susan Crile.” The New York Times, 5 April. 
  Tamarind 25th Anniversary Exhibition. New York, NY: Association of American Artists. 
  Westfall, Stephen. “Susan Crile.” Art in America, July. 
  Glueck, Grace. “Summer Yellows.” The New York Times, 26 July. 
  Bass, Ruth. “Susan Crile.” Art News, September. 
  Dreikhausen, Margaret. Aerial Perception: The Earth As Seen From Aircraft and Spacecraft and Its Influence onContemporary Art. Philadelphia, PA: Art Alliance Press. 
  Langer, Sandra. Susan Crile Recent Paintings. Graham Modern.  
1984 Frank, Elizabeth. Movable Light: Susan Crile’s Recent Paintings. Cleveland,OH: Cleveland Center for Contemporary Arts. 
  Johnson, Hillary. “Best Friends.” Vogue, July: 232.  
  Komanecky, Michael and Butera, Fabbri. The Folding Image. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. 
  Langer, Sandra. Susan Crile: Recent Paintings, Graham Modern. 
1983 Glueck, Grace. “Art: A Revival of Recognition for Six.” The New York Times, 28 January: C19. 
  Brodsky, Judith K.; Garcia, Ofelia. Printed by Women. Philadelphia, PA: The Print Club: 27. 
  D’Amboise, Jacques; Cooke, Hope; George, Carolyn. Teaching the Magic of Dance. New York, NY: Simon and Schuster: 102. 
  Walker, Barry. The Artist as Printmaker, 23rd National Print Exhibition. Brooklyn, NY: Brooklyn Museum: 49.  
1982 Glueck, Grace. “The Screen Comes Into Its Own.” The New York Times, 19 September: H27. 
1981 Baro, Gene. 22nd National Print Exhibition. Brooklyn, NY: The Brooklyn Museum: 6, 30-31. 
  Phillips, Deborah C. “Susan Crile.” Art News, Vol. 80: No. 7, September: 158. 
  Poling, Clark V. Geometric Abstraction: A New Generation. Boston, MA: Institute of Contemporary Art: 4, 8, 10. 
1980 Baro, Gene. American Drawing in Black and White :1970-1980. Brooklyn, NY: The Brooklyn Museum.  
  Coopersmith, Georgia. Contemporary Drawings and Watercolors. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester.  
  Frank, Elizabeth. “Susan Crile: The Shapes of Change 1975-1979.” Bennington Review, No. 7, April: 46-59. 
  Michel, Jacques. “Artistes Americains pour 1980.” Le Monde, 23 April: 1. 
  Zimmer, William. “Susan Crile.” SoHo Weekly News, 23 April: 60. 
  Kramer, Hilton. “Susan Crile.” The New York Times, 2 May: C17. 
  Frank, Elizabeth. “Susan Crile at Droll Kolbert.” Art in America, Volume 68, No. 8, October: 130. 
  Huntington, Richard. “Good Painters Extant.” Buffalo Courier-Express, 26 October: E1, E7.
  Muffoletto, Robert. “Susan Crile’s Canvases Inspire a Double Take.” The Buffalo Evening News, 7 November: 12. 
1979 Stevens, Mark. “The Restless Seventies.” Newsweek. 26 March: 89. 
  Perreault, John. “Susan Crile.” SoHo Weekly News, 27 September: 59.
  Tennant, Donna. “Technique Preoccupies Painters in Lee Gallery Show.” Houston Chronicle, 12 October. 
  Tennant, Donna. “Art and the Critical Dilemma of Content.” Houston Chronicle, 28 October. 
  Crossley, Mimi. “‘New American Painting,’ ‘Nature Morte’ and Prints by Joan Myers.” The Houston Post, 2 November: E16. 
  Foster, Hal. “A Tournament of Rose’s.” Artforum, Volume XVIII, No. 3, November: 62-67.  
  Goldman, Judith. Print Publishing in America. Washington: United States Information Service. 
  Rose, Barbara. American Painting of the Eighties: A Critical Interpretation, Vista Press.
1978 Raynor, Vivien. “Susan Crile.” The New York Times, 9 June: C17.  
  Schwartz, Ellen. “Susan Crile.” Art News, September: 168. 
  Goldman, Judith. “Touching Moonlight.” Art News, November: 61-65. 
  Lauterbach, Ann. “Susan Crile at Droll Kolbert.” Art in America, November/December: 154-155. 
1977 Glueck, Grace. “Susan Crile.” The New York Times, 28 January: C16. 
  Cullinan, Helen. “Susan Crile Explores Space.” Sunday Plain Dealer, Cleveland,OH., 6 March, Section 5: 8. 
  Cardozo, Judith Lopez. “Susan Crile.” Artforum, April: 66. 
1976 Seven Decades of MacDowell Artists. New York,NY: The MacDowell Colony Inc. 
  Frackman, Noel. “Susan Crile.” Arts, June: 5. 
  Hoesterey, Ingeborg. “New York by Ingeborg Hoesterey- Susan Crile.” Art International- The Art Spectrum. Volume XIX/6, 15 June: 75-76. 
  Herrera, Hayden. “Susan Crile.” Artforum, September: 68. 
  Forgey, Benjamin. “Susan Crile.” The Washington Star, 26 September: E2. 
  Baker, Kenneth. “Susan Crile at Fischbach.” Art in America, Volume 63: No. 5, September/October: 104. 
1975 Murphy, Polly Wollcott. “Miss Crile Finds a Modern Painter’s Inspiration Here.” Vineyard Gazette, 7 November: Section 1. 
  Baker, Kenneth. “Susan Crile: Abstracting the Image.” Arts Magazine, Dec: 54-55. 
  Goldman, Judith. Susan Crile. Washington, D.C.: The Phillips Collection. 
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SELECTED AWARDS & GRANTS 
2009 Yaddo, Sarasota Springs, NY 
2007 Bellogio Study and Conference Center, Rockefeller Foundation Residency Grant, Bellagio, Italy 
2005 Yaddo, Sarasota Springs, NY 
1999 Yaddo, Sarasota Springs, NY 
1990 Residence in Painting, American Academy in Rome, Rome, Italy 
  Yaddo, Sarasota Springs, NY 
1989-1990 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Drawing, New York, NY 
1982 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, New York, NY
1978 Yaddo, Sarasota Springs, NY 
1975 Yaddo, Sarasota Springs, NY 
1972 Archives of American Art, Oral History, Smithsonian Institute, Washington D.C. 
  Ingram Merrill Foundation Grant
  MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH
1971 Yaddo, Sarasota Springs, NY 
1970 Yaddo, Sarasota Springs, NY 
   
TEACHING POSITIONS  
1983-present Hunter College, CUNY, New York, NY
1983-1986 Barnard College, New York, NY 
1980 University of Pennsylvania Graduate Program, Graduate Program, Philadelphia, PA 
1976-1982 School of Visual Arts, New York, NY 
1976-1979 Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY 
1973-1976 Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
1972-1976 Fordham University at Lincoln Center, New York, NY 
   
ORGANIZATIONS  
2004-present Philoctetes Center: The Multidisciplinary Study of Imagination Advisory Board, New York, NY 
  Admissions Panel for the Visual Arts, Ranieri Foundation at Civitella, Italy 
2003 Admissions Panel for the Visual Arts, The American Academy in Rome, New York, NY
1991-2004 Yaddo, Board of Directors, Saratoga Springs, NY 
1987 National Endowment for the Arts: Visual Arts Panel, Painting
  National Endowment for the Arts: Overview Policy Panel for the Visual Arts
1985-present Yaddo, Member of the Corporation, Saratoga Springs, NY
1981 Representative to Hungary and Portugal for the United States, International Communications Agency, accompanying exhibition “American Painting: The Eighties, A Critical Interpretation” 
1979-1981 Board of Trustees, Bennington College, Bennington, VT
   
PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY 
Asheville Art Museum, Asheville NC
Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, AZ 
Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, ME
Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA
The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY 
Carnegie Institute Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA 
Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH 
Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO 
Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY 
Farnsworth Museum, Rockland, MA 
Grey Art Gallery and Study Center, New York, NY 
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY 
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC 
Library of Congress, Washington, DC 
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY 
Middlebury College Museum of Art, Middlebury, VT 
MIT, Cambridge, MA 
Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, MA 
Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute, Utica, NY
The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. 
Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL 
The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC 
Portland Museum, Portland, ME
University Art Museum, CSULB, Long Beach, CA 
University of Maine, Museum of Art, Bangor, MA
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro, NC 
Worchester Art Museum, Worchester, MA