CV

Solo Shows

2015
C.ar.D. Contemporary Art and Design by Paolo Baldacci and Daniela Volpi, Palazzo Anguissola di Grazzano, Piacenza

2014
Valtidone Contemporary Art and Design, curated by Paolo Baldacci
Thompson Giroux Gallery, Chatham, NY “Civilization”

2009
Michael Steinberg Fine Arts, New York City, “Landscape With Meaning”
“Donna Moylan” Joie Lassiter Gallery, Charlotte, NC


2005
Michael Steinberg Fine Arts, New York City

2004
Mario Diacono Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts: “Pilgrimage”

2003
Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York City: “Paintings on a Theme”

2001
Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York City
1999 Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York City


1999
Esso Gallery, New York City

1997
I Space, Chicago
Mario Diacono Gallery, Boston, “Donna Moylan”

1996
Paolo Baldacci Arte Contemporanea, Milan, Italy
Paolo Baldacci Gallery, New York City

1995
Linda Genereux Gallery, Toronto, Canada

1994
Gallery Barbara Farber, Art Hotel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Postmasters Gallery, New York City

1993
Postmasters Gallery, New York City
Grand Salon, New York City


1991
Galleria Sperone, Rome, Italy: “Paintings and Titles”

1988
Galleria Sperone, Rome, Italy


1985
420 WB Arte Visive, Ravenna, Italy
Planita Gallery, Mario Diacono Rome, Italy

GROUP SHOWS

2015
En Masse, Thompson Giroux Gallery, Chatham, NY
A Weekend in the Country, Magnan Metz Gallery, NY curated by Paul Laster
Wrap Around 7, curated by Renee Riccardo, Arena @Suite 806, New York, NY
Improvised Showboat, Julie Evan’s studio, Hudson, NY

2014
En Masse, Thompson Giroux Gallery, Chatham, NY
Civilization: Irving Kriesberg and Donna Moylan, Thompson Giroux Gallery, Chatham, NY

2013
Sub Rosa (the secret may not be reveled), Joyce Goldstein Gallery, Chatham, NY

2012
State of Mind, Thompson Giroux Gallery, Chatham, NY

2009
Jancar Gallery, Los Angeles

2007
“Horizon” curated by David Humphrey The Elizabeth Foundation New York City

2006
Edison Briones, “Wet Paint” Donna Moylan, California paintings

2004
Michael Steinberg Gallery, New York City

2003
Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, Massachusetts: “The New Topography”
Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York City: “Gallery Show”


2002
Joie Lassiter Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina: “Nature in Painting”

2000
529 W 29th St., New York City: “Rapture”, curated by Janet Phelps

1999
Baruch College, New York City: “Reconstructions: The Imprint of Nature/The Imprint of Science”, curated by Sandra Kraskin, New York City
Campo and Campo, Antwerp, Belgium: “25 American Artists”

1997
Paolo Baldacci Gallery, New York City: “Ut Scientia Pictura”, curated by Donna Moylan

1996
Paolo Baldacci Gallery, New York City: “Two Rooms”

1995
Postmasters Gallery, New York City: “Raw”
Paolo Baldacci Gallery, New York City: “Group Show”

1994
Gallery Lok, New York City, curated by Alexander Berscheid and Jade Dellinger
Paolo Baldacci Gallery, New York City

1993
Collins and Milazzo and Sandro Chia: 521 W23rd St., New York City: “Elvis has left the building”
Sperone Westwater Gallery, New York City: “The Spirit of Drawing”
The Ben Shahn Gallery, William Patterson College, New Jersey: “Concurrencies”, curated by Lucio Pozzi
Artiscope, Brussels, Belgium: “Five Uses of Space”
Postmasters Gallery, New York City: “Needlepoint, Macrame and Crochet”, curated by Collins and Milazzo

1992
Anina Nosei Gallery, New York City: “Who’s Afraid of Duchamp, Minimalism and Passport Photography?”, curated by Collins and Milazzo
Museum of the Autonomous Region of the Valle D’Aosta, Chiesa di San Lorenzo, Valle D’Aosta, Italy: “Theoretically Yours”, curated by Collins and Milazzo
Galleria Sperone, Rome, Italy: “Mostra di Gruppo”

1991
New Era Space, New York City, curated by Collins and Milazzo

1990
Galleria Sperone, Rome, Italy


1989
Galleria Botella, Turin, Italy: “Oltreluce”, Curated by Maria Vescovo
Planita Gallery, Rome, Italy: “Mostra di Gruppo”

1988
Montecchio d’Emilia, Reggio Emilia, Italy


1987
Centro Degli Ausoni, Rome, Italy

1986
Museo di Siracusa, Siracusa, Sicily, Italy: curated by Fulvio Abate

1984
Mario Diacono Gallery, Rome, Italy: “Iconicita”

1983
Mario Diacono Gallery, Rome, Italy: “L’Imagine Isterica”

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Donna’s Reviews and Articles (pdf)

Whitehot Magazine, August 2016, “Painting Poetically: A Conversation with Donna Moylan” by Paul Laster

Gorky’s Granddaughter, July 2016, a video interview

Remembrance of Thomas McEvilley

The Boston Globe, August 2004, “Donna Moylan, one painting”

Newsweek and Newsweek MSNBC, “The Ominous Vision of Donna Moylan

The New Yorker, July 2003, Galleries: “Donna Moylan”

The Voice, July, 2003 Voice Choices: “Donna Moylan” by Kim Levin

The New York Times, July 2003 Art in Review: “Donna Moylan, Paintings on a Theme” by Ken Johnson

Art Forum, April 2001, Reviews, New York: “Donna Moylan” by Barry Swabsky

The New York Times, March 2001, Art in Review: “Donna Moylan” by Ken Johnson

The Village Voice, March 2001, Voice Picks: “Donna Moylan” by Kim Levin

Art in America, December 1999, Reviews New York: Donna Moylan

The New York Times, March 1999, Art in Review: “Donna Moylan” by Roberta Smith

Catalogue Essay, “Donna Moylan” by Mario Diacono

Tema Celeste, March 1997, “Donna Moylan” a Paolo Baldacci, Milano

Art in America, November 1996, “Donna Moylan” by Lily Wei

Art News, summer, 1994: “Donna Moylan” by Deirdre Greben Smith

The Voice, March 1996, Voice Picks: “Donna Moylan” by Kim Levin

Art Forum, March 1994, Reviews, New York: “Donna Moylan” by Thomas McEvilley

Art News, summer, 1994, “Studio”, “Donna Moylan; Time, Space, Sticks and Stones” by Christine Harris

The Village Voice, “Donna Moylan” by Kim Levin, November 1993

The New York Times, Art in Review “Donna Moylan” by Roberta Smith, March 1993

99 Magazine “The Last Painting Holds the Gaze Longer than Any Other” by Marco Colapietro

1993 Catalogue Essay, “Bridges, the Buddha and the Profligate” in “Who’s Afraid of Duchamp, Minimalism and Passport Photography?” by Collins and Milazzo at the Anina Nosei Gallery, New York

1992 Catalogue Essay, “La Pittura Neo-Misteriosa” by Alberto Moravia, published by Gian Enzo Sperone

1988 Art Forum, “Donna Moylan” by Ida Panicelli

Catalogue Essay, “L’Ora del Mondo” (The World’s Moment) by Umberto Silva, published by Planita Editions

1985 “Teologia del Giorno”, 4 etchings, 12 poems by Mario Diacono,

1984 Catalogue Essay, “L’Imagine Isterica” by Mario Diacono

SELECTED COLLECTIONS

The Whitney Museum of American Art
The Cleveland Center for the Arts
The New York Public Library Collection
The Robert Shiffler Collection, Ohio
The Gian Enzo Sperone Collection, Italy
The Achille Maramotti Collection, Reggio Emilia, Italy
The Michael Black Collection, New York and Boston
Mario Diacono, Boston
Richard Milazzo and Joy Glass, New York
Freda and Nathan Neuwirth, New Jersey
Jan Eveland, France
Robert and Lucy Reitzfeld, New York
A.G. Rosen, New Jersey
Gonzalo Pirale, Peru
Nick Howey and Gerard Widdershoven, New York
The Health and Hospitals Corporation, New York
Pamela Brier and Peter Aschkenasy, New York
The Diane Doolin Collection, Pasadena, California