Curriculum Vitae

Solo Exhibitions
Two Person or Group Exhibitions
Screenings
TV and Movie Appearances
Public Art, Collections and Commissions
Radio and other Interviews
Awards, Residencies and Grants
Education
Press: Newspapers, Magazines and Journals
Essays for Exhibition Catalogs
Books
Artist-Authored Articles and Published Art
Curatorial Projects
Lectures
Moderated Panel Discussions

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, University of Pittsburg, Bradford, PA

HOLOCAUST HEROES: FIERCE FEMALES–TAPESTRIES BY LINDA STEIN, Maine Jewish Museum, Portland, ME

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Human Rights Education Institute, Coeur d’Alene, ID

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY

 

2016

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Holter Museum of Art, Helena, MT

HOLOCAUST HEROES: FIERCE FEMALES–TAPESTRIES BY LINDA STEIN, Museum of Biblical Art in collaboration with University of North Texas, Dallas, TX

HOLOCAUST HEROES: FIERCE FEMALES–TAPESTRIES BY LINDA STEIN, Alverno College, Milwaukee, WI

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Columbia University, Teachers College, Macy Gallery, New York, NY

HOLOCAUST HEROES: FIERCE FEMALES–TAPESTRIES BY LINDA STEIN, Flomenhaft Gallery, New York, NY

HOLOCAUST HEROES: FIERCE FEMALES–TAPESTRIES BY LINDA STEIN, Jewish Federation of Greater Santa Barbara in collaboration with Morris Squire Foundation and Congregation B’nai Brith, Santa Barbara, CA

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Allegheny College Art Galleries, Meadville, PA


2015

HOLOCAUST HEROES: FIERCE FEMALES–TAPESTRIES BY LINDA STEIN, Rosen Museum of the Levis JCC, Boca Raton, FL

HOLOCAUST HEROES: FIERCE FEMALES–TAPESTRIES BY LINDA STEIN, Futernick Gallery of the Alper JCC, Miami, FL

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Noyes Museum of Art, Oceanville, NJ

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Penn State Berks, Freyberger Gallery, Reading, PA


2014

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Pennsylvania State University, Hub-Robeson Galleries, University Park, PA

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Andrews Art Museum, Andrews, NC

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Coastal Carolina University, Bryan Gallery, Conway, SC


2013
THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Fulton Montgomery Community College, Perrella Gallery, Johnstown, NY

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, St. Edward’s University, Austin, Fine Arts Gallery, TX

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Wilson College, Chambersburg, Bogigian Art Gallery, PA

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Wenatchee Valley College, Robert Graves Gallery, Wenatchee, WA


2012
THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, United States Institute of Peace, Washington DC

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Alexandria Museum Of Art, Alexandria, LA

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Spiva Art Center, Joplin, MO

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Flomenhaft Gallery, New York, NY

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Eastern Michigan University, Ford Gallery, Ypsilanti, MI

LINDA STEIN, Sinclair Community College, Burnell R. Roberts Triangle Gallery, Dayton, OH


2011
THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Muhlenberg College, Martin Art Gallery, Allentown, PA

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Georgia College & State University, GCSU Museum, Milledgeville, GA

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, East Tennessee State University, Slocumb Galleries, Johnson City, TN

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Vanderbilt University, Sarratt Gallery, Nashville, TN

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Georgetown College, Georgetown, Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery, KY


2010
THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Virginia Wesleyan College, Neil Britton Art Gallery, Norfolk, VA

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Cottey College, P.E.O. Foundation Art Gallery,  Nevada, MO

THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Cornell College, Peter Paul Luce Gallery, Mount Vernon, IA


2009
THE FLUIDITY OF GENDER: SCULPTURE BY LINDA STEIN, Flomenhaft Gallery, New York, NY

LINDA STEIN SCULPTURE–STRONG SUIT: ARMOR AS SECOND SKIN, National Association of Women Artists, Manhattan, NY


2007
LINDA STEIN – THE POWER TO PROTECT: SCULPTURE OF LINDA STEIN, Nathan D. Rosen Museum, Boca Raton, FL


2006
LINDA STEIN – KNIGHTS, SOFA, Chicago, IL Longstreth Goldberg Art, Chicago, IL

LINDA STEIN – WOMEN WARRIORS: THE YIN AND YANG, Flomenhaft Gallery, New York, NY

LINDA STEIN – SCULPTURE OF THE HEROIC WOMAN, Anita Shapolsky Gallery, Jim Thorpe, PA

LINDA STEIN – WONDER WOMAN REBORN, The Art Mission Gallery, Binghamton, NY

LINDA STEIN – HEROIC VISIONS, Longstreth Goldberg Art, Naples, FL


2005
LINDA STEIN – “(K)NIGHT WATCH,” New York University, Broadway Windows, NY


2004
LINDA STEIN – THE FACE: AN OBSESSION (three decades), Smith College, Morgan Gallery, Northampton, MA


2002
LINDA STEIN EMBEDDED GLYPHS, The Art Club, New York, NY


1998
LINDA STEIN SOUNDING BLADES, Spiva Art Museum, Joplin, MO


1996
MUSICAL BLADES, Cortland Jessup Gallery, Provincetown, MA


1994
LINDA STEIN BLADES, Jamaica Arts Center, Queens, NY


1991
BLADES: TRANSCENDING AGGRESSION, Monmouth County Arts Center, NJ

BLADES: REVERSING VIOLENCE, The University of the Arts, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, Window on Broad, Philadelphia, PA

BLADES: A PSYCHOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT, Fairleigh Dickenson University, Edward Williams Gallery, NJ

BLADES IN NEW YORK: A MULTI-MEDIA ENVIRONMENT, Soho 20, NY


1989
STEIN ENVIRONMENTAL EXCAVATION, Fairleigh Dickenson University, Becton Hall Gallery, NJ

STEIN EXCAVATION, Presented by mayor-Elect David Dinkins, Gallery of Manhattan Borough President, NY


1988
CHAIRS AND OTHER CONSTRUCTIONS, Borough of Manhattan Community College, NY


1977
PROFILE, Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL


1975
CONSTRUCTIONS, Gallery North, Scarsdale, NY


1974
STEIN: NEW WORK, PAF Gallery of Fine Art, NY


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TWO PERSON OR GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2018

OVERLAP: LIFE TAPESTRIES; A.I.R. Gallery; New York, NY; Curated by Vida Sabbaghi

WAGING PEACE; Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University; Tallahassee, FL

2017

HOME(LESS); Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion Museum

2016

A Life Journey; The Granary; Sharon, Connecticut; Curated by Raymond Learsy

2015

WOMEN IN ART~HERSTORIES; San Joaquin Delta College; Stockton, CA

HEROES; Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI

2014

WOMEN ONLY; Flomenhaft Gallery; Chelsea, NY

2013
POWER AND PROTECTION: BULLY PROOF VESTS BY LINDA STEIN; Romany Kramoris Gallery; Sag Harbor, NY

SOUTH TEXAS COLLEGE ANNUAL HUMAN RIGHTS EXHIBIT; McAllen, TX traveling to Gallery 409; Brownsville, TX


2012
GALLERY REVIEW, Flomenhaft Gallery, NY


2011
PORTRAITS, Flomenhaft Gallery, NY

Wo-man-ful-ly, ArtsVisalia, Visalia, CA


2010
Beware: Women Working at Flomenhaft’s, Flomenhaft Gallery, New York, NY

FLORIDA CONTEMPORARY 2010, An Annual Invitational Exhibition Celebrating the Artists of Florida, Naples Museum Of Art, Naples, FL

Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery at Georgetown College, Georgetown, KY


2009
HOLIDAY BASH, Flomenhaft Gallery, NY •

LINDA STEIN, Birmingham-Southern College, Birmingham, AL

BODY-SWAPPING, EMPOWERMENT & EMPATHY: LINDA STEIN’S SCULPTURE, Casa Frela Gallery, Harlem, NY

SALON 2009, Flomenhaft Gallery, Chelsea, NY

GALLERY ARTISTS, Longstreth Goldberg Art, FL •


2008
NOBIS SOLO, Tabla Rasa Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

GALLERY GANG 2ND BIENNIAL, Flomenhaft Gallery, Chelsea, NY


2007
ECcentric BODIES: AN EXHIBITION OF WORK BY ARTISTS WITH A FEMINIST GAZE, Mason Gross School of the Arts Galleries, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

WOMEN’S WORK: HOMAGE TO FEMINIST ART, Tabla Rasa Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

WORKS ON PAPER – Flomenhaft Gallery, New York, NY


2004
WREATH INTERPRETATIONS, Arsenal Gallery, Central Park, New York, NY

BOX SHOW, Concepto Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

SMALL WORKS SHOW Gallery Merz, Sag Harbor, NY

SMALL WORKS, Boltax Gallery, Shelter Island, NY


2001
OVERVIEW, Blue Gallery, Santa Fe, NM


2000
TEXT: WORD AND IMAGE, Nassau Community College, Firehouse Gallery, NY

DEALER’S CHOICE, Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY


1999
GALLERY ARTISTS, Nabi Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY

COLOR, Millennium Gallery, East Hampton, NY

METHODS & MATERIALS, Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY


1998
BRIDGE: NEW YORK, Sakai City Museum, Japan

POINT, LINE & PLANE: DRAWING AND SCULPTURE, Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY


1997
TO THE END AND BEYOND, Nabi Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY

DIMENSIONS: DRAWING AND SCULPTURE, Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY

SHOWCASE EXHIBITION, The Alternative Museum, NY

YOUNGER ARTISTS, Anita Shaplosky Gallery, NY

DIRECTOR’S CHOICE, Millennium Gallery, East Hampton, NY


1996
FORM AS FUNCTION, Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY

THE ALJIRA NATIONAL 2, Aljira Contemporary Art Center, Newark, NJ


1995
LINDA STEIN / NANCY GROSSMAN, Cortland Jessup Gallery, Provincetown, MA

BOXED AND BOUND, Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY

A MATTER OF SYNTHESIS, Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY

SACRED AND PROFANE, Arlene Bujese Gallery, East Hampton, NY


1994
CONSTRUCTIONS, Anita Shapolsky Gallery, NY


1993
OIA INVITATIONAL, Brooke Alexander Gallery, NY


1992
IN THE TRADITION II, Anita Shapolsky Gallery, NY

THE NEUROTIC ART SHOW II, Artist’s Space, NY

INVITATIONAL, Art in General, NY

BLADES & CHAIRS, Novo Arts Gallery, Boca Raton, FL

PAINTINGS, SCULPTURE, VIDEO, Curated by Judith Goldstein, NYNEX Corporation, NY


1991
TOTEM, Six Person Show, Curated by Timothy Eaton, Museum of Boca Raton, FL (catalog)

INTERIOR IMPULSE, Curated by Howard McCalebb, Aljira Contemporary Arts Center, NJ


1990
WOOD: THE EXTERNAL MEDIUM, Anita Shapolsky Gallery, NY

PUBLIC MIRROR, Clocktower Gallery, NY

INVITATIONAL / DEFINING WORKS WITH PAPER, Bronx Council on the Arts, NY

BAD GIRLS, Curated by Corrine Robins, Aljira Contemporary Arts Center, NJ


1989
THREE PERSON SHOW, Susan Campe Gallery, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, VA

FROM TOOL TO MYTH, Curated by Fred Wilson, Borough of Manhattan Community College, Triplex Gallery, NY


1988
REVIEW / PREVIEW III, Aljira Arts, NJ


1987
THE WREATH: INTERPRETATIONS, Arsenal Gallery, NY


1986
WORKS ON/OF PAPER, Queens Community College, NY

AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY WOMEN ARTISTS, Galerie Triangle, Washington, D.C. (catalog)

TRIBUTE TO GREATNESS, Essex Community College, NJ (catalog)

THE LIVING ROOM, INVITATIONAL EXHIBITION, Fourteen Sculptors Gallery, NY


1985
REVIEW ’85 / PREVIEW ’86, Aljira Arts, NJ


1983
Cooperative Art Directions, NY


1981
Profile Gallery, NY


1978
Radcliffe Gallery, PA


1977
Orion Gallery, NY


1975
XI International Biennial of Graphic Art, Moderna Galerjia, Ljublijana, Yougoslavia (catalog)

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Hunterdon Art Center, NJ

Bergen County Community Museum, NJ

Hudson River Museum, NY

Union Carbide, Manhattan


1974
Waddington Gallery, London

Zella9 Gallery, London

Molten Gallery, London

Galerie Seder, Paris

Nouvelle Gravure, Paris

Drexel Gallery, Manhattan

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SCREENINGS

2017
CHINA WOMEN’S FILM FESTIVAL, Crossroads Centre, Beijing, China

THE VIDEO SHOW, 4th International Exhibition of Video & Digital Media Installation, Raritan Valley Community College, Branchburg, NJ


2013
ANIMATED FILMS NIGHT, Arts Guild New Jersey!, Rahway, NJ


2010
ART AS ACTION, Site Installations, Performance Art, Video Slam; Jamaica Flux, Jamaica, NY

PS. ON LIFTED, a video screening curated by Caleb Engstrom, Reference Gallery, Richmond, VA

FILMIDEO, 5th Annual Independent Film and Video Screenings; Index Art Center, Newark, NJ

DESIRE .10, Logsdon 1909 Gallery, Chicago, IL

FROM THE CENTER: NOW! Curated by Lucy Lippard, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL

THREE-MINUTE FILM FESTIVAL, Studio Art Classes, Mishawaka, IN

ON SNOW, a video screening, Curated by Caleb Engstrom, B.S. Gallery, Iowa City, IA


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TV AND MOVIE APPEARANCES

2017

October 3, WGME, Exhibit honors female heroes of the Holocaust with Kim Block, CBS Channel 13, ME

2014

October 10, NY1, Artist Creates Sculptural Body Armor to Inspire Everyday Superheroes with Stephanie Simon, Time Warner Channel 1 and 200

September 12, CUNY-TV Arts in the City with Tinabeth Pina, Time Warner and Cablevision 35, RCN Cable 77, VerizonFIOS 30

September 11, NBC News 4 New York at 7pm, live interview; Cablevision 109 and 118, Time Warner Cable 1245, Comcast 248 and 158, Verizon Fios 460, RCN 28

July 8, Fox News Channel 5 Good Day NY Art Gallery, live interview with Greg Kelly and Rosanna Scotto; WNYW TV Ch 5, NY

2012
October 18, “Have Art Will Travel: Gender Justice” by Rebecca Lubetkin, Morris County NOW presents NEW DIRECTIONS FOR WOMEN; Comcast Channels 21, 208; Cablevision Channels 8, 21, 76; DUTV Channel 54; YouTube

September 27, “Artist Recreates Wonder Woman” by Kathleen Witte, KALB TV/ NBC Ch 5, LA

August 23, “Stein’s Exhibit At Spiva” with Lori Marble, KSN/NBC TV News, MO


2011
November 30, “Stein’s Fluidity of Gender Exhibit at Muhlenberg College” by Jessica Blasco, Service Electric News TV2, PA

March 14, “Sculptor Linda Stein” with Judy Martin, News 12, NY


2009

Summer, Can Wonder Woman Cra-ac-ck Gender Stereotypes? Pollock-Krasner House, East Hampton, NY

August 7, “Kulturplatz” with Eva Wannenmacher, Schweizer Fernsehen (Swiss TV)


2007
April 13 – E! Entertainment

January 24 – WXEL, repeated on February 7th


2006
November 15, Linda Stein appears on “The Early Show,” CBS

November 13, Reuters

November 13, Linda Stein appears on “The Situation Room” with Paula Zahn, CNN

November 12, Linda Stein appears on “World News Sunday,” ABC

November 10, Linda Stein appears on “Nightline,” ABC

November 3, Linda Stein appears in “Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan,” 20th Century Fox CTV

October 24-25, Linda Stein appears on “Inside Edition,” Fox TV

October 9, Linda Stein interviewed on CNBC, “The Big Idea” by Donny Deutch

April, Linda Stein interviewed on “The New Yorkers,” Channel 26.


2005
June, Linda Stein Interviewed for one hour by Borat Sagdiev (Ali G). Stein appearing in Ali G Fox Borat Movie of November 2006

June, “Linda Stein’s Sculpture,” LTV Long Island Television, 50 minute interview by Haim Mizrahi

May, “Truth for a Change” – Cable Channel 34, Produced by Joseph Friendly, 18 Minute air time of interview with Stein at Broadway Windows


2004
November, “Truth For a Change” – One hour filming, by Joseph Friendly, of Stein’s Studio & event honoring Lawyers’ Committee on Nuclear Policy, Reaching Critical Will (WILPF), United for Peace and Justice, Western States Legal Foundation, Women In Prison Project.


1997
September, “Linda Stein’s Sculpture,” LTV Long Island Television, 1 1/2 hour interview by Frazer Dougherty

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Public Art, Collections and Commissions


Douglass College of Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 2017, Sculptural Installation donated by Gloria Steinem


University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY


Museum of Biblical Art, Dallas, TX


Melva Bucksbaum & Raymond Learsy Collection, New York, NY


Lauren Embrey Collection, New York, NY


Loreen Arbus Collection, New York, NY


Thayer and Edwin Hochberg Collection, New York, NY


Ellen and Bob Grimes Collection, New York, NY


South Texas College, McAllen TX


Choices Medical Center, Queens, NY, 2013, Ceramic Tile Wall


Boston Art Windows, MA, Seductive Power (rotating sculptural installation)


Smith College, Northamton, MA, 2010, Sculptural Installation donated by Gloria Steinem


Petite Versailles, New York City, 2009 Outdoor Exhibit and Body-Swapping Performance


Adelphi University, New York, 2008 Outdoor Biennial


International Design Center, Southwest Florida


Portland State University, Oregon (outdoor commission of larger-than-life bronze sculpture)


Spiva Art Museum, Joplin, MO


Town of East Hampton, Entrance to East Hampton Airport (outdoor commission)


Museum of Boca Raton, FL


Virginia Center for the Creative Arts


American Savings and Loan Association, Inc., FL (commission)


Borough of Manhattan Community College, NY


Bud Merle Associates, FL


Dimensional Builders & Associates, Inc., FL (commission)


Hamilton Realty Corporation, MA


Jenny Curland Associates, Inc., FL


National Home Builders & Development Corporation, MA


Newark Public Library, NJ


Rockland National Bank, NY


RSM Development Corporation, FL (commission)


 

Cornell College, IA


Cottey College, MO


Virginia Wesleyan College, VA


Georgetown College, KY


Vanderbilt University, TN


East Tennessee State University, TN


Georgia College & State University, GA


Muhlenberg College, PA


Sinclair Community College, OH


Eastern Michigan University, MI


Flomenhaft Gallery, NY


Spiva Center for the Arts, MO


Alexandria Museum of Art, LA


United States Institute of Peace, Washington, DC


Wenatchee Valley College, WA


Wilson College, PA


St. Edward’s University, TX


Fulton-Montgomery Community College, NY


Coastal Carolina University, SC


Andrews Art Museum, NC


Pennsylvania State University, PA


Penn State Berks, PA


Noyes Museum of Art, NJ


Allegheny College, PA


Columbia University, Macy Gallery, NY


Holter Museum of Art, MT


University of Wyoming, WT


Human Rights Education Institute, ID


Alper JCC, FL


Levis JCC, FL


Jewish Federation of Greater Santa Barbara, CA


Flomenhaft Gallery, NY


Alverno College, WI


Museum of Biblical Art, TX


Maine Jewish Museum, ME


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RADIO AND OTHER INTERVIEWS

2017 
July 24, 1@1 Action, TAKE A STAND with Linda Stein, interview by Alyson Palmer, on 1@1 Action, New York, NY click here to watch


2015

September 17th, News Talk 1400: Linda Stein, Off the Press with Scott Cronick (interviewed by Pamela Dollack) Atlantic City, NJ  click above
June 15, Artist in the News: Linda Stein, interviewed on Women’s Radio Network, New York City


2012
February 18, Superheroes, Gender, Immigration, and Hope: Linda Stein, interview by Mary Gangemi on “Woman-Stirred Radio” Goddard College, WGDR 91.1 FM and WGDH 91.7 FM, Plainfield, VT


2007
June 18, “The Breakfast Show” Newstalk Radio, Ireland June 15, “As it happens,” CBC Radio 1


2006
December 18, Linda Stein interviewed by Janet Coleman on WBAI Cat Radio Café, New York Radio November 14, Detroit Radio November 10, Linda Stein is interviewed on “The Morning Mess,” 93.1 WNOU-FM, Indianapolis, IN


1996
October, “Linda Stein’s Sculpture,” Provincetown Radio, interviewed by Cy Fried December, “Stein’s Sculpture,” WGBB Long Island Radio, interview by Marcia Rosen for A Woman’s Success November, “On The Line”, WNYC Radio, Linda Stein, Nan Goldin and Holly Block interviewed by Brian Lehrer on current NEA censorship

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AWARDS, RESIDENCIES AND GRANTS

2017
New York City Art Teachers Association (NYCATA)/UNITED FEDERATION OF TEACHERS (UFT). Stein chosen as the 2017 Artist of the Year.


2016
National Association of Women Artists (NAWA). Stein chosen as the 2016 Artist Honoree for Commitment to Arts and Culture.

2016
Artist-In-Residence: Squire Foundation, Santa Barbara, California (February- April)


2015
Financial Grant: Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture (MFJC)


2007
Artist-In-Residence: Hunter College, Manhattan, New York (2007-2008)


2005
Financial Grant: Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA)


1999
Guild Hall Museum Award, Judged by Gail Levin


1989
Resident Fellowship, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts


1988
Resident Fellowship, Djerassi Foundation, California


1987
Resident Fellowship, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts


1975
Financial Grant: America the Beautiful Fund of New York


1972-79
Yearly Artist-in-Residence Grants: Suffolk BOCES Art & Humanities Program, Deer Park School District, New York

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EDUCATION

Master’s Degree, Pratt Institute, New York

Bachelor’s Degree (Cum Laude), Queens College, New York

Pratt Graphics Center, New York

Art Students League, New York

School of Visual Arts, New York

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PRESS: NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, AND JOURNALS

2017

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2006

  • Feminists Who Changed America, “Linda Stein”, Barbara J. Love, pg. 443
  • December 20, artknowledgenews.com “‘The Power to Protect: Sculpture of Linda Stein’ at the Nathan D. Rosen Museum”
  • November 30, Rolling Stone, “The Man Behind The Moustache” by Neil Strauss, Stein photo & highlights pg. 64
  • November 27, Us Weekly, “Borat’s Angry Costars, Not very nice! The film’s unwitting dupes cry foul, Femme Fury,” by Mark Cina, pg. 79
  • November 24, The Guardian, “The Borat Backlash,” By Patrick Barkham
  • November 17 – 23, Chelsea Now/Downtown Express, “Linda Stein’s defensive armor,” By Ellison Walcott, pg. 29
  • November 16, Stern Magazine, “War doch nur Spaß”, By Michael Streck, pg. 192 – 193
  • November 15, Globus, Croatia, “AMERIKANCI NA UDARU LAŽNOG KAZAHSTANSKOG NOVINARA,” By Karmen Begovic, pg. 29
  • November 10, Salon.com, “What’s real in ‘Borat’?,” By David Marchese and Willa Paskin
  • November 9, London Times, “Borat’s ‘victims’ fail to see the funny side,” By Kevin Maher
  • November 6, USA Today, “The real stories behind ‘Borat,'” By Patrick Cooper
  • November, New York Magazine
  • October 26, Metro NY, “Borat interview shows artist’s flair,” by Heidi Patalano, pg. 11
  • October 24, Huffington Post, “Duped Borat Interviewee: ‘He Owes Me One’…”
  • October 24, Slate.com, “Borat Tricked Me!Can’t I sue him or something?,” by Daniel Engber
  • October 23, BBC News, “How Borat hoaxed America,” by Ian Youngs
  • October 19, The East Hampton Star, “Sculptor Gets A Movie Role: Bamboozled by HBO’s appallingly gauche ‘Borat’,” by Sheridan Sansegundo
  • October 16, Newsweek, “Behind the Schemes,” by Devin Gordon, pp.74-75.
  • October 13, Downtown Express, “How I was duped by Ali G.,” by Linda Stein, cover and pp.29-30.
  • October 9, New York Post, “The Borat Trap’s Big Catch: How a fake Kazakh fooled a feminist,” by Andrea Peyser, p.11.
  • June 21, Times News, Something for everyone at new Jim Thorpe exhibit, By Karen Cimms
  • Summer, CALYX, A Journal of Art and Literature by Women, Vol. 23, No. 2, “Linda Stein Knights: A Sculpture Series after 9/11,” Essay by The Artist, Front and Back Cover with color photos, p. 75-79, includes four photographs.
  • May-June, Harvard GLR/Worldwide Magazine, Vol. XIII, No. 3, “Linda Stein: Sculptor of the ‘Warrior Woman,’” Linda Stein interviewed by Dr. Helen Hardacre, Text and 4 color photos on p. 30-31
  • May, ARTnews, Vol. 105, No. 5, Linda Stein, Longstreth Goldberg Art, Naples, Florida, by Donald Miller, pgs. 171-172
  • April 6, Press & Sun Bulletin, color photo on cover of “Good Times” entertainment section, “Artist Chat Tonight” text and photo on p. 3.
  • Spring, The Bridge, Vol. 1, Issue 4, “Sculpture evokes benevolent power,” text and photo on p. 34.

2005

  • November HLFQuarterly, Vol. 6, No. 3, “Knights, A Sculpture Series After 9/11,” by Linda Stein. Cover & pgs. 39-53, 11 color photographs including cover.
  • August 5, Dan’s Papers, “South O’ the Highway (and the North too),” by Ally, pg. 43
  • July 7, The East Hampton Star, “Linda Stein: An Artist of Contradictions,” by Sheridan Sansegundo, Arts Section Cover (C1) with color photo (7.5″ x 6″) cont. with text and smaller black & white photo on page C5
  • May 13, 2005, Dan’s Papers, “Max Ernst, Eric Fischl and Linda Stein in New York,” by Marion Wolberg Weiss, pg. 56
  • Mar 17 – 23, Gay City News, “A Knight, Emboldened, Vulnerable,” by Deborah Emin, 3 black and white photographs.

2004

  • December 10, Dan’s Papers, “Art Commentary,” by Marion Wolberg Weiss, pg. 66, 1 photograph
  • August 13, Dan’s Papers, “Summer in the City: An Art Critic’s Journal,” by Marion Wolberg Weiss, page 83, 1 photograph
  • July/August Inside OUT, “Art Scene – Linda Stein” Cover & p. 30, 2 color photographs including cover.
  • January HLF Quarterly, Vol. 5, No. 1, “Intrigued By the Face” by Linda Stein. Cover & pg. 40-60, 20 color photographs including cover.

2003

  • September 26 Dan’s Papers, “Art Commentary” by Marion Wolberg Weiss, p.49

2001

  • January A&U Magazine, “Writing a History of Tears”, by Lester Strong, p. 38-45, photograph

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1999

  • December 10 Dan’s Papers, “Art Commentary,” by Marion Wolberg Weiss, p.47
  • November 25 The Sag Harbor Express, “Nabi’s Greatest Hits”, p.11, photograph
  • November 25 The East Hampton Star, “At the Galleries”, by Sheridan Sansegundo, p. III-4, photograph
  • November 24 The East Hampton Independent, “Nabi Gallery”, p. B8, photograph
  • April 30 Dan’s Papers, “Local Color at the Millennium Gallery.” by Marion Wolberg Weiss, p.46
  • April 8 The East Hampton Star, “From the Studio,” by Rose C.S. Slivka
  • April 4 The New York Times, “Art Review, Guild Hall,” by Phyllis Braff, Museum p.6, photograph

1998

  • August 21 The Joplin Globe, Missouri, “Shake, Rattle and Roll,” by Staff, Cover p. 1D & 8D
  • Thursday, June 23, The Southampton Press (Eastern Edition), “Dazzling Celestial Sculpture Now Graces Airport Lobby,” By Eric Gershon
  • July 23 The Southampton Press, Southampton, “Dazzling Celestial Sculpture,” by Eric Gershon, p. B9, photograph
  • June 11 The East Hampton Star, East Hampton, “Art Is Up At The Airport,” by Sheridan Sansegundo, Arts Section III Cover, p. III-4
  • June10 The Independent, East Hampton, “Curious as to What This Is?” p. B13, photograph
  • May 20 The Independent, East Hampton, “Airport Sculpture Finished,” by Steve Ferrari, p. 8
  • May 12, Town of East Hampton Press Release, “Stein Completes Airport Commission for Outdoor Sculpture”
  • March 3 Downtown Express, Manhattan, “Curves of a Machete Central to the Art of Linda Stein,” by Traci Kampel, p.12; Includes one photo

1997

  • September 3 The Independent, East Hampton, “My Blades are my Body Guards,” by Linda Stein, p. B 12, includes one photograph

1996


1995

  • Winter 1995/96 Calyx Art & Literary Magazine, Vol. 16, No. 2, “Linda Stein: Machete Blades and Beyond,” by Marcia Newfield, p. 75-79; includes four photographs
  • October The World and I, “Machete as a Medium: The Art of Linda Stein,” by Stephen Henkin, p. 144-149, includes four color and one black & white photograph
  • April 19 The Village Voice, Vol. 39, No. 16, “Is Bad Good or Bad?” by Arlene Raven
  • April 3 The New York Times, “Transforming Machetes into Works of Art”
  • March 20 New York Newsday, “Entertainment Best Bets,” by Greg Gattuso

1993

  • May/June New Directions for Women, Vol. 22, No. 3, “Sculptor Recreates What Scares Her,” by Marcia Newfield, p. 17

1992

  • July 6 Downtown Express, Manhattan, “Blade-Penner Wields Pen and Sword in Art and Business,” by Diane Webber, p. 18
  • April 5, The News (Boca Raton – Delray Beach – Boynton Beach – Deerfield Beach), “Unusual Furniture”, by Skip Sheffield

1991

  • Sept/Oct Art Papers, “Totem,” Vol. 15, No. 5 by Chris Hassold, p. 38
  • July 11 Boca, Florida, “Modern Totems Charged with Primitive Power,” by Diane Scott, p.11
  • July 8, The News, Boca Raton, (also Delray, Boynton, Deerfield) Florida, “ ‘Totem’ Opening Draws an Impressive Crowd to Museum,” by Sarah Pollak, p. 8
  • June 30 Sun-Sentinel, Florida, “Primitive Art Conjures Up Familiar Faces,” by Roger Hurlburt
  • June 23, Sunday Star Ledger (Newark, NJ), “Furniture Isn’t Taken for Granted at Exhibition,” by Eileen Watkins
  • June 21 News Transcript, New Jersey, “Sculptor Turns Weapons into Original Works of Art,” by Kathleen M. Horan
  • June 21 The Palm Beach Post, Florida, “Primitive and Powerful,” by Gary Schwan, p.25
  • June 3 The News, Boca Raton, (also Delray, Boynton, Deerfield) Florida, “Stein Exhibit Opens at Boca Museum of Art,” by Sarah Pollak, Cover, p. 18, 20
  • May 8 Art Matters, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, “Education Matters,” by Peter Helfrich
  • March 22 Star Ledger, Newark New Jersey, “Art,” by Eileen Watkins
  • Feb 16 Week Ahead, Fairlawn, New Jersey, “Linda Stein”
  • Feb 13 Hackensack News, Garfield, New Jersey, “Linda Stein to Open Blade Exhibit”

1990


1989


1987

  • Dec 17 New York Newsday, “Nouveau Wreath,” by Avery Hunt, p. 10-11

1981

  • Feb 9 Boca Raton News, “Artist Uninhibited by Dimensions,” by Skip Sheffield

1980

  • May 3 News/Sun Sentinel, Florida, “Margate S & L Showcasing Paintings”

1973

  • April NYSATA Bulletin, “Deer Park’s Artist-In-Residence,” Vol. 23, No. 4, by Phillip Savino

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ESSAYS FOR EXHIBITION CATALOGS

2016
Holocaust Heroes: Fierce Females. (See Book Section)

2010
CHRISTINA M. PENN-GOETSCH – Gladiators, Amazons, And Superheroes: Gender and the Recent Work of Linda Stein


2009
MARGO HOBBS THOMPSON – Body-Swapping, Empowerment and Empathy: Linda Stein’s Sculpture


2006
HELEN HARDACRE – Power and Protection: Japanese/American Crossroads and the Impact of 9/11 on the Sculpture of Linda Stein.


2004
JOAN MARTER – Sculptures by Linda Stein

SHERRILL REDMON – Introduction for Exhibition Catalog for Morgan Gallery, Smith College: Linda Stein, The Face: An Obsession, Three Decades

LINDA STEIN – Notes on My Obsession. Essay for Smith College Exhibition Catalog. 47 Pages, 44 Color Images.

SALLI ZIMMERMAN – Exhibition Catalog for Linda Stein


2002
JOAN MARTER – Linda Stein: Portraits in Mood (Also in Smith College Catalog, 2004)


1999
MARCIA NEWFIELD – Power & Vulnerability: The Art of Linda Stein


1998
PHYLLIS BRAFF – Stein’s Outdoor Sculpture Welcomes Visitors to the East Hampton Airport

LISA PANZERA – Stein Outdoor Airport Sculpture


1989
CORINNE ROBINS – Linda Stein’s Sculptures

ROBERT CRADDOCK – REGARDING THE ART OF LINDA STEIN

DR. RONNY COHEN – Linda Stein BLADES

GEORGE W. STAEMPFLI – Linda Stein

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BOOKS

2016

Stein, Linda. Holocaust Heroes: Fierce Females. Philadelphia, PA: Old City Publishing. Edited by Linda Stein. Introduction by Gloria Steinem. Essays by international scholars.

Stein, Linda. “Fierce Females and Icons of Protection: A Feminist Artist and Activist Reflects on Her Journey through Sculpture and Multi-Media Installations.” In Laura Hinton (Editor), Jayne Cortez, Adrienne Rich, and the Feminist Superhero: Voice, Vision, Politics, and Performance in U.S. Contemporary Women’s Poetics. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2016, pp. 145 – 166.

2007
Baumgardner, Jennifer. Look Both Ways: Bisexual Politics. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2007.

Napier, Susan J. From Impressionism to Anime: Japan as Fantasy and Fan Cult in the Mind of the West. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007, pg. 211.


2006
Love, Barbara J. Feminists Who Changed America, 1963-1975. Nancy F. Cott. Urbana Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 2006, pg 443

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ARTIST-AUTHORED ARTICLES AND PUBLIC ART

2017
Gender Avenger Blog, “Are Men More Opinionated than Women?” by Linda Stein

Huffington Post, “More Female Voices Must be Heard: New York Times Letters to the Editor” by Linda Stein


2011
Winter, On The Issues Magazine, “Icons, Superheroes, and Fantasies a Feminist can Love?” by Linda Stein


2010
Winter, On The Issues Magazine, “Wonder Woman: A Comic Book Character Shows the Way” by Linda Stein


2009
Summer, On The Issues Magazine, “Breaking Ground on Feminist Art: Elizabeth A. Sackler” by Linda Stein

Summer, On The Issues Magazine, “Art World Insiders Struggle to Address Disparity” by Linda Stein


2008
May, On The Issues Magazine, “The Art Perspective” by Linda Stein


1997-present
East Hampton Independent, Fiberarts Magazine, M Magazine, Artist profiles, including Esteban Vicente, Miriam Schapiro, Paul Brach, William King, Will Barnet, etc.


1977
The New York Times Book Review (May 29, 1977, p. 7)


1975
“Let the Students Teach,” School Arts (Vol. 74, No. 8, April 1975)

“Independent Study with an Artist-in-Residence”, Art Teacher, National Art Education Association (Vol. 5, #3, Fall 1975)


1973
Encyclopedia Art Articles, Office Cultural SA, Switzerland, 1973

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CURATORIAL PROJECTS

1990-present
Curator of Fine Arts Exhibitions and Acquisitions, Art Acres on the Siemens Campus, Boca Raton, Florida. Worked on the creation of the Art Acres Sculpture Garden, including works by Jonathan Borofsky, Louise Nevelson, Nancy Graves and Brian Hunt.


1988-95
Curator of Fine Arts Exhibitions and Acquisitions, Shirley Fiterman Gallery and Triplex Gallery, Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York


1974-present
President: Have Art: Will Travel! – A non-profit corporation (since 1979) to exhibit art
Ongoing curatorial projects include:
Breaking Up Gender Stereotypes (BUGS)
Artists for Peace and Equality


1974-75
Gallery Curator, Performing Arts Foundation (PAF) Gallery of Fine Arts, New York

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LECTURES


2017
October, Keynote Address-Artist of the Year Award, NYCATA/UFT Annual All Day Art Education Conference, NY

September, Holocaust Heroes: Fierce Females; Rutgers College, Douglas Campus, NJ

June, Fierce Females and Icons of Protection (abridged video lecture); National Poetry Foundation Conference, Orono, ME

June, Holocaust Heroes: Fierce Females; Berkshire Conference, Hempstead, NY

February, Fierce Females and Icons of Protection; City University of New York, NY


2016
June, Holocaust Heroes: Fierce Females; Flomenhaft Gallery, NY

March, Holocaust Heroes: Fierce Females; Jewish  Federation, Santa Barbara, CA

March, Holocaust Heroes: Fierce Females; Jewish Women’s Network, Santa Barbara, CA

March, Holocaust Heroes: Fierce Females; Congregation B’nai Brith, Santa Barbara, CA

March, Holocaust Heroes: Fierce Females; Capriana, Brea, CA


2015
September, Holocaust Heroes: Fierce Females — How Art is a Catalyst for Gender Justice Against Bullying and Bigotry; Keynote Address for International Symposium on Cultural Diplomacy in the UN, New York City, NY

September, The Chance to be Brave, the Courage to Dare; Noyes Museum of Art, NJ

January, The Chance to be Brave, the Courage to Dare; Freyberger Gallery, PA


2014
September, The Chance to be Brave, the Courage to Dare; Hub-Robeson Galleries, PA

April, The Chance to be Brave, the Courage to Dare; Andrews Art Museum, NC

January, The Chance to be Brave, the Courage to Dare; Bryan Gallery, SC


2013
October, The Chance to be Brave, the Courage to Dare; Perrella Gallery, NY

September, The Chance to be Brave, the Courage to Dare; St. Edward’s University Fine Arts Gallery, TX

March, The Chance to be Brave, the Courage to Dare; Bogigian Art Gallery, PA

January, The Chance to be Brave, the Courage to Dare; Robert Graves Gallery, WA2012


2012
September, The Chance to be Brave, the Courage to Dare; Alexandria Museum of Art, LA

August, The Chance to be Brave, the Courage to Dare; Spiva Center For The Arts, MO

March, The Chance to be Brave, the Courage to Dare; Eastern Michigan University, MI

February, Salander/Blomkvist: Challenging Stereotypes In The Millennium Trilogy, Antioch College, OH

February, The Chance to be Brave, the Courage to Dare; Sinclair Community College, OH

January, Salander/Blomkvist: Challenging Stereotypes In The Millennium Trilogy, Stony Brook University, NY


2011
The Chance to be Brave, the Courage to Dare; Muhlenberg College, PA

November, Can the Current Trend of Gender Fluidity Help Bring Parity to Present-Day Museum Masculinist Hierarchy? NWSA Conference, GA

October, Salander/Blomkvist: Challenging Stereotypes, Brooklyn Museum, NY

October, The Chance to be Brave, the Courage to Dare; Georgia College & State University, GA

September, The Chance to be Brave, the Courage to Dare; East Tennessee State University, TN

April, The Chance to be Brave, the Courage to Dare; Duke University, NC

April, The Chance to be Brave, the Courage to Dare; Vanderbilt University, TN

March, The Chance to be Brave, The Courage to Dare, Anne Wright Wilson Fine Arts Gallery, Georgetown College, Georgetown, KY

January, The Chance to be Brave, The Courage to Dare, Neil Britton Art Gallery, Virginia Wesleyan College,
Norfolk, VA


2010
The Chance to be Brave, The Courage to Dare, Luce Gallery, Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, IA

Stein Studio, NY for Muhlenberg College, PA


2009
Stein Studio, NY for Pratt Institute, NY

October, The Chance to be Brave, The Courage to Dare, The E.A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art of the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

May, The Chance To Be Brave, The Courage To Dare; National Arts Club, Gramercy Park, NY

April, Linda Stein & Michael Kimmel: Masculinity/Femininity (Part II); The Art Club, Tribeca, NY

Stein Studio, NY for The College of Saint Rose, NY

February, Linda Stein & Rob Okun: Masculinity/Femininity (Part I); The Art Club, Tribeca, NY


2008
Stein Studio, NY for Drew University, NJ


2007
August, Linda Stein: Art in the Age of Popular Culture; Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations; Convention Center; Beijing, China

July, The Power to Protect: Sculpture of Linda Stein; East Hampton Artist Alliance; Ashawagh Hall; East Hampton, New York

January, The Power to Protect: Sculpture of Linda Stein; Nathan D. Rosen Museum; Boca Raton, Florida

2006
June, Linda Stein’s Knights of Protection after 9/11: A Comparison with Wonder Woman, Princess Mononoke and Kannon; Tuebingen Museum; Tuebingen, Germany

May, Power and Protection: Japanese and American Crossroads in the Sculpture of Linda Stein; Miho Museum; Kyoto, Japan

April, Wonder Woman Reborn: The Sculpture of Linda Stein; Roberson Museum; Binghamton, New York


Ongoing
Feminist Art, Antiwar Art, Printmaking, Care of Paper, Drawing the Face, Investing in Art, for institutions including corporations, universities, and libraries.

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MODERATED PANEL DISCUSSIONS

2000
June, “Fame: The Power and Cost of a Fantasy: Children of the Famous”, The Art Club, New York. Panelists included children of Erik Erikson, Zero Mostel and Norman Rockwell. Linda Stein, Moderator.

April, “The Artist in America”, Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton. Panelists included Linda Stein, Edward Albee, Blanche Weisen-Cook , Robert Giard. Katherine Linton, Moderator.

Art and Activism,” The Art Club, New York. Panelists included Jaishri Abichandani, Nisha Ganatra, Jill Szuchmacher, and Imani Uzuri. Linda Stein, Moderator.


1997
November, “Are Art Critics and Historians Becoming More Assertive in Writing About Women?” The Art Club, New York. Panelists included Robert Morgan, Ann Gibson and Joan Marter. Linda Stein, Moderator.

September, “Women in the Arts: Going Forward,” The Art Club, New York. Co-Sponsored by the Borough of Manhattan Community College. Panelists included Phyllis Chesler, Sara Schulman, Arlene Raven, Bernice Steinbaum. Linda Stein, Moderator.


1994
November, “The Gallery System”, Art Initiatives, New York. Panelists included Linda Stein, Sarah Greenberg, Dan Concholar, Branwyn Keenen and Laura Parnes. Michael Filan, Moderator.

March, “Should Women Carry Blades?” Jamaica Arts Center, New York. Panelists included Roy Innis, President of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE). Linda Stein, Moderator.

February, WCA National Conference, “Contradictions Inherent in Multi-Cultural Feminism, “ The Hilton Hotel, New York. Panelists include Linda Stein. Moderated by Dr. JoAnn Wein.


1991
June, “Violence in the Streets: Ways to Reverse the Trend,” Monmouth County Arts Council, New Jersey. Panelists included religious and civil experts on battered women, sexual abuse and teenage violence. Linda Stein, Moderator.

February, “Violence in New York: Ways to Reverse the Trend,” Soho 20, New York. Panelists included Curtis Sliwa, Founder of the Guardian Angels. Linda Stein, Moderator.

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