SITE Santa Fe / Santa Fe NM
Exhibition, Winter-Spring, 2020
Leavings/Belongings, a collaborative project with Yu-Wen Wu, will be part of the exhibition, Displaced, curated by Irene Hofmann at SITE Santa Fe.
Weisman Art Museum / University of Minnesota, Minneapolis MN
Exhibition, February 2 - May 24, 2020
The Weisman Art Museum presents Harriet Bart: Abracadabra and Other Forms of Protection, the first retrospective and monograph devoted to Bart’s work. Curated by Laura Wertheim Joseph. A list of monograph contributors can be found here. The exhibition is available for tour, following.
Misbehaving Books: Selections from the Walker Art Center Library / Walker Art Center / Minneapolis MN
Exhibition, July 11 - December 8, 2019
Reception, August 29, 6-8pm
Continuum / Minneapolis College of Art and Design / Minneapolis MN
Exhibition, June 14 - July 14, 2019
Reception, June 14, 6-9pm
Continuum features thirty-one artists who have been awarded McKnight Visual Artist fellowships between 2014 and 2018.
On words and wars: Harriet Bart and Jeremy Lundquist by Russ White / Mplsart.com
McKnight Discussion Series / Irene Hofmann in Conversation with Harriet Bart and Jeremy Lundquist / Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis MN
May 17, 2019 6:30pm - Tickets
McKnight Visual Artist Fellows Discussion Series at the Minneapolis Institute of Art / Hyperallergic
This discussion series features the 2017 McKnight Visual Artist Fellows in conversation with nationally-renown art curators and critics.
The Artist and the Space: Harriet Bart / Valerie Jardin Photography
New Editions Preview Night / Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis MN
Artist Panel, November 30, 2018
Roots and Fruits / St. Catherine University
Exhibition, November 3 - December 15, 2018
This two-part group exhibition combines period artworks and archival materials to trace pivotal events in the early history of WARM and explores some of the ways its members catalyzed local art movements, programs and artists. With the national feminist art movement of the 1970s as a backdrop, this show reveals the significant role of WARM in shaping the careers of women artists in Minnesota and beyond.
Expo Chicago with Boreas Fine Art / Navy Pier, Chicago IL
Art Fair, September 27 - 30, 2018
Boreas Fine Art / Chicago IL
Exhibition, September 25 - October 28, 2018
An Idea of One's Own: Postconceptual Women Artists presents recent work by six contemporary women artists including one collaborative lab, each working in various media.
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts / New York NY
Grant, Spring 2018
The Weisman Art Museum has received a $75,000 grant award from the Andy Warhol Foundation in support of the exhibition Harriet Bart: Abracadabra and Other Forms of Protection.
Roots & Fruits: Exploring the History and Impact of the Women’s Art Registry of Minnesota / Minneapolis College of Art and Design / Minneapolis MN
Group Exhibition, Fall 2018
Weisman Art Museum / Minneapolis MN
Exhibition, opening February 2020
The Weisman Art Museum will present a retrospective and monograph titled Harriet Bart: Abracadabra and Other Forms of Protection, curated by Laura Wertheim Joseph. The exhibition opens in February, and is available for tour, following.
Yaddo / Saratoga Springs NY
Residency, with Yu-Wen Wu.
McKnight Visual Artist Fellowship / Minneapolis MN
Fellowship, 2017 - 2018
Designed to identify and support outstanding mid-career Minnesota artists, the McKnight Fellowships for Visual Artists provide recipients with a financial award, public recognition, professional encouragement from national visiting critics, and an opportunity to participate in a speaker series. The fellowships are funded by a generous grant from the McKnight Foundation and administered by MCAD.
Expanded Readings: The Book to Come / Sheppard Contemporary at University of Nevada, Reno NV
Group exhibition, Curated by Inge Bruggeman February 9 - March 17, 2017
An exhibition exploring embodied meaning through the physical, material and visual reading of the artist’s book. Work by Harriet Bart, Heather Green, Sun Young Kang, Katherine Kuehn, Heidi Neilson, Felicia Rice and Kaia Sand.