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Margot S. Neuhaus
Artist
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4832 Brandywine Street N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20016
202.244.0876 tel


www.margotneuhaus.com
110 Padua Lane
Sperryville, Virginia, 22740
540.987.8494 tel





 
 
PERSONAL
 
  • Citizenship: American, Mexican
   
EDUCATION
 
  • Escola de Artes Visuais, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Art
  • University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, M.A. Psychiatric Case Work
  • University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois, B.A. Psychology
   
SELECTED EXHIBITIONS
 
  • Katzen Museum of American University, Washington DC. Washington Women's Art Center exhibition. The Alper Initiative for Washington Art. June 16 - August 12, 2018.
  • 28th Jewish Culture Festival. June 23 - July 1. Galicia Jewish Museum. Krakov, Poland. Coming Full Circle: Light Motives. June 23 - September 16, 2018.
  • 28th Jewish Culture Festival. June 23 - July 1. Jewish Community Center, Krakov, Poland. Coming Full Circle: In Memoriam. June - September 16, 2018.
  • Galerie 13, Esslingen, Germany. “Light Motives”. June 15 – 29, 2014.
  • Galerie der Künstlergilde, Esslingen, Germany. “In Memoriam” Holocaust Series. November 10–17, 2013.
  • Strathmore, Rockville, Maryland. Grayscale. Invitational Exhibition. November 17 – December 29, 2012.
  • Confluent Gallery, Sperryville, Virginia. Between the Lines. Two Person Exhibit with Elise Wiarda. October 29 – November 27, 2012.
  • Art Museum of the Americas, OAS, Washington, D.C. Luminous Silence. Solo Exhibition. Photography. April 17 - June 12, 2009.
  • Meridian Gallery, San Francisco, California, Between the Lines III, Solo Exhibition, January 24 - March 1, 2008.
  • Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely, Maryland. Outdoor Invitational Sculpture Exhibition 2002. June 3 - September 30, 2002.
  • Packing Shed Gallery, Washington, Virginia. Harvest of Artists. Invitational Exhibition. November 24 - December 30, 2001.
  • Gallery 10, Washington, DC. Invitational Sculpture at Washington Square. May 6, August 4, 2001.
  • WICE Galerie, Paris, France. Between the Lines. Solo Exhibition. May 2-26, 2000.
  • Packing Shed Gallery, Washington, Virginia. Paper, Wood, Stone. Solo Exhibition. November 3-28, 1999.
  • National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C. Global Focus. Look at the World through Women's Eyes. March 20 - April 21, 1996.
  • Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, D.C. Across Borders/ Sin Fronteras. Juried Exhibition. May 5 - July 2, 1994.
  • Gallery 10, Washington, D.C. The Cutting Edge: Twenty Years at Gallery 10 Ltd. Invitational Exhibition. April 26 - May 21, 1994.
  • Rockville Civic Center Park, Rockville, Maryland. 1993 Sculpture on the Grounds. Juried Exhibition. May 2 - Oct. 17, 1993.
  • Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, D.C. Painting and New Acquisitions. December 12, 1991 - March 14, 1992.
  • Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, D.C. Solo Exhibition. "Forest". Commissioned Outdoor Sculpture. July 2, 1991 - February 1992.
  • Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, D.C. Solo Exhibition. In the Heart of the Forest. Indoor Sculpture. July 2 - September 10, 1991.
  • Willow Street Gallery, Takoma Park, D.C. Women Artists Portrayed. Invitational Show. January 31 - February 24, 1991.
  • Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, D.C. Sculpture of the Americas into the Nineties. Invitational Show. June 7 - September 8, 1990.
  • D.C.A.C. (District of Columbia Arts Center), Washington, D.C. Four Women Sculptors. May 19 - June 16, 1990.
  • Gallery 10, Washington, D.C. Sticks and Stones. Two Person Show. January 30 - February 24, 1990.
  • The World Bank, Washington, D.C. Light Motives. Solo Exhibition. November 9 - December 8, 1989.
  • Willow Street Gallery, Takoma Park, D.C. Juried and Hung. Juried Exhibition. October 1 - November 22, 1987.
  • The Mall, Washington, D.C. April Actions. Environmental Sculpture. April 19 - 22, 1985.
  • McBride Gallery, Annapolis, Maryland. Shipshapes. Invitational Exhibition. August 10 - 30, 1984.
  • Midtown Gallery, Washington, D.C. Shipshapes. Invitational Exhibition. July 12 - 26, 1984.
  • Glen Echo National Park, Glen Echo, Maryland. Earth - Five. Environmental Sculptures. May 15 - September 15, 1982.
  • Escola de Artes Visuais, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Juried Exhibition. November - December 1979.
   
COMMISSIONS
 
  • Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, D.C. "Forest". Site-specific Outdoor Sculpture. July 2, 1991.
  • Takoma Café, Takoma Park, Maryland. "Quiet Space". Site-specific Outdoor Sculpture. May 1987.
  • Midtown Gallery, Washington, D.C. Shipshapes. Sculptures made from boat parts. July 1984.
  • Private Estate, Barra de Sao Joao, Brazil. "Passaro do Mar". Site-specific Sculpture. August 1983.
  • Hecht for the Benefit of the Wolf Trap Foundation. Vienna, Virginia. "Phoenix" Sculpture made from the wood salvaged at the Wolf Trap Concert Hall fire, July 1982.
   
THEATRE SETS
 
  • Baltimore Theater Project, Baltimore, Maryland. Domestic Snakes. November 13 - 22, 1992.
  • University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland. Domestic Snakes. March 13 - 16, 1991.
  • The Sanctuary Theater, Washington, D.C. "Voices Burning: Visions of Home." Multi-disciplinary Performance Festival. July 17 - 20, 1986.
  • The Warehouse Rep, Washington, D.C. Sixth Annual Washington DC Theater Festival. "Voices Burning: Visions of Home." July 26, 1986.
  • Participarty, Washington, D.C. "Rope Forest." Multimedia Performance. April 7 - 11, 1986.
   
COLLABORATION
 
  • Lovice Weller, choreographer and dancer from Minneapolis, performed "Place", a dance she created in response to my outdoor sculpture "Life Cycles". The Edith C. Blum Memorial Visiting Artist Program of the Washington Women's Art Center invited her. June 15, 1985.
  • Lovice Weller created "Place", and performed it at the sculpture' s installation in Glen Echo National Park, Maryland on May 15 - 16, 1982.
   
PANELS
 
  • American University, Washington, D.C. Vidas Latinas: Connecting Communities, Art, and Action. March 8, 1995.
  • Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, D.C. Sculpture of the Americas into the Nineties. June 8, 1990.
   
PUBLICATIONS
 
   
REVIEWS/CITATIONS
 
  • Jenkins, Mark. Ghostly presences at the Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery. The Washington Post. Washington, D.C. October 13, 2017
  • Johanna Anderka, "Das Geheimnis der Erlosung - Margot S. Neuhaus. Die Kunstler Gilde. Esslingen, Germany. 2014 - 1.
  • Von Petra Weber-Obrock, "Vom Licht nach der Dunkelheit", Esslingen: 'Light Motives" von Margot S. Neuhaus. Esslingen Zeitung. Esslingen, Germany. June 16, 2014.
  • Dieter Pohl, "Das Geheimnis der Erlösung heißt Erinnerung", www.gemeindeklick.de /E- Paper / Esslingen. November 29, 2013.
  • Jenkins, Mark. Gray Scale. The Washington Post. Washington, D.C. December 25, 2012.
  • Rousseau, Claudia. Celebrating the Holidays in Black, White and Gray. Maryland Gazette. December 19, 2012.
  • Goncalves Borrega, Fabian. Magnolia #3 from the Magnolia Series by Margot Neuhaus. fabianonphotography.blogspot.com October 27, 2009.
  • Bianco, Adriana. The Art Museum of the Americas. FotoMundo. Argentina. Volume 186, June 2009.
  • Bianco, Adriana. Nature, Space, and Light. Americas. Washington, D.C. Volume 61. Number 3. May/June, 2009.
  • Tanguy, Sarah. Surprises, Pleasures of Regional Sculpture. Washington Times. Washington, D.C. May 12, 1994.
  • McCoy, Mary. Sculpture Show Livens Up Outside. The Washington Post. Washington, D.C. July 8, 1993.
  • Yohalem, Francoise. Sculpture on the Grounds. Koan. Silver Spring, Maryland. June 1993.
  • Tanguy, Sarah. Sculptor of Inner Rhythms. Americas. Organization of American States. Washington, D.C. Volume 44, # 2, 1992.
  • Fleming, Lee. Margot Schnitzer de Neuhaus: Forest/ In theHeart of the Forest, Outdoor Indoor Sculptures. Washington Review. Washington, D.C. October - November 1991.
  • Jacobs, Phyllis. Margot Schnitzer de Neuhaus: Forest. Eyewash. Washington, D.C. October 1991.
  • McCoy, Mary. Forest Sculptures. The Washington Post. Washington D.C. July 27, 1991.
  • Van Riper, Frank. Kathy Buckalew: Women Artists Portrayed. EyeWash. Washington, D.C. March 1991.
  • Women Artists Portrayed. Takoma Voice. Takoma, Maryland. February 1991.
  • McCoy, Mary. Four Women Sculptors. Washington Review. Washington, D.C. November 1990.
  • Fleming, Lee. Discovering the Americas. Museum and Arts/ Washington, D.C. July - August 1990.
  • Jacobs, Phyllis. Four Sculptors. EyeWash. Washington, D.C. June 1990.
  • Walzenbach, Michael. Four Women Sculptors. The Washington Post. Washington, D.C. May 26, 1990.
  • Zinnia. Howard and Mary McCoy, Margot Schnitzer de Neuhaus, Sticks and Stones. EyeWash. Washington, D.C. February 1990.
  • Ross, Marianne. Margot Schnitzer de Neuhaus: Light Motives. EyeWash. Washington, D.C. November 1989.
  • Baron, Reid. Takoma Cafe to Include "Quiet Space". The Takoma Park Newsletter. Takoma Park, Maryland. June 1987.
  • At Sanctuary Theater. The City Paper. July 17 - 23, 1986. Walker, Penelope. Dance/ Sculpture Collaboration. International Sculpture Magazine. Washington, D.C. May - June 1986.
  • Saltman, David. Moved by Sculpture. The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. June 12, 1985.
  • Ritter, Nancy. Shipshapes. The Capital. Annapolis, Maryland. August 17, 1984.
  • Forgey, Benjamin. Shipshapes and Midtown. The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. July 18, 1984.
  • North, Percy. Alexandria Sculpture Festival, Alexandria, Virginia. April 2 - May 2. Washington Review. Washington, D.C. June - July 1983.
  • Lewis, Jo Ann. Sculpture at Glen Echo Park. The Washington Post. Washington, D.C., July 17, 1982.
  • Shaw-Eagle, Jo Anna. Outdoor Sculpture Show Opens at Glen Echo. The Montgomery Journal. Rockville, Maryland. May 21, 1982.
  • Karmy Jeanette. Artist to Exhibit Work at Glen Echo. Northwest Current. Washington, D.C. May 6, 1982.
  • Washington Women's Art Center Newsletter No.3. Vol. 4. Washington, D.C. May 1981.
   
RADIO
 
   
  VIDEO
 
   
FILM/TELEVISION
 
  • Margot Schnitzer de Neuhaus: Sculptor. Documentary in English, Spanish and Portuguese. Organization of American States. Shown in television stations of member countries. Gabriel Gross, Director. 1992.
  • Margot Schnitzer de Neuhaus, Sculptor. Art Strokes. Blue Cow Productions. Producer, Ann Evry. 30 Minute video for Maryland Cable Television. 1991 - on.
  • April Actions. Evening News. NBC /TV Channel 4. April 20, 1985.
  • Artists at Glen Echo Park. Capital Edition. WDVM - TV Channel 9. Various showings during December 1984.
  • Sculptor Works on Salvaged Wood from Wolf Trap Fire. Andrea Roane. Evening News. WDVM TV, Channel 9. July 6, 1982.
  • Hecht's Telethon for the Benefit of the Wolf Trap Foundation. WRC TV, Channel 4. Washington, D.C. July 11, 1982.
   
AWARDS
 
  • Nominated for a 1992 Mayor's Arts Award in the category of "Excellence in an Artistic Discipline". D.C. Commission on the Arts. Washington, D.C. October 26, 1992.
   
GRANTS
 
  • 1993 - 1994 Washington D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities' Grant - In - Aid Award. Washington, D.C. October 1993.
  • 2005 - 2006 Washington D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities Small Projects Program Award.
   
COLLECTIONS
 
  • National Museum of Women in the Arts. Washington, D.C.
  • Art Museum of the Americas. Washington, D.C.
   
FUNDING
  This site was funded in part by the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities, an agency supported in part by National Endowment for the Arts.
   
 
   
 
 
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