2006   “Transitions: Paintings and Prints,” A.I.R. Gallery, NY, November 7—December 2

2003   ‘‘Michi Itami: A Print Retrospective,” A.I.R. Gallery, November 4—28. Catalogue

1999   One Person Exhibition, Atelier 222, New Delhi, India, January

1998   Mary H. Dana Series: One person show, Rutgers University, N.J., October 5— November 20

           Digital prints and media, A.I.R. Gallery, NY, March 3—April 18

1994   San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Rental Gallery, San Francisco, CA, November

           “The Irony of Being American,” Art Gallery of Long Island, University at Southhampton,
              Southampton, New York

1993   Art House Odeon. Sag Harbor, NY

1992   Shinsegae Dongbang Plaza Art Gallery, Seoul, Korea. Brochure

1991   A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

1991   55 Mercer Gallery, New York, NY

1985   Richard Kauffman Gallery, Houston, Texas, April

1984   Soker - Kaseman Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1983   Soker - Kaseman Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1982   Miyazaki Gallery, Osaka, Japan

            Beni Gallery, Kyoto, Japan

1981   Soker - Kaseman Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1980   Soker - Kaseman Gallery, San Francisco, CA

            Miyazaki Gallery, Osaka, Japan

            Beni Gallery, Kyoto, Japan

1979   Beni Gallery, Kyoto, Japan

1978   Soker - Kaseman Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1976   Phoenix Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1975   Phoenix Gallery, San Francisco, CA


Parrish Art Museum, “Affinities for Abstraction: Women Artists on Eastern Long Island, 1950-2020.” May 2— July 18, 2021, Southampton, NY


Hui no Eau Art Center, Annual Members Exhibition, Makawao, HI, January

Honolulu Printmakers 80th Annual Exhibition, March—April

“Art Maui,” Maui Art and Cultural Center, Kahului, HI, March 6—April 8

Hui no Eau Art Center, Kite Exhibition, Makawao, HI, July


Lahaina Arts Society, First Annual Exhibition, Lahaina, HI, June 3—30

“Art Maui,” Maui Art and Cultural Center, Kahului, HI March 4—31

“Honolulu Printmakers’ 79th Annual Exhibitions,” Honolulu, HI. Prize and purchase by the State of Hawaii

“One True Thing,” A.I.R. Gallery @ The Putney School, curated by Dena Muller, coordinated by Nancy Storrow Putney, VT, April 8—May 15


A.I.R. in Hungary, Gallery 2B, Budapest, Hungary


“Priority,” Benefit for Art in General, Milk Studios, New York, NY, October 2004

“Mixed Company: Women Choose Men,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY, June 22 —July 17

“Wish You Were Here 3,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY, June 22—July 17

“Momentum: The Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop” at the Elizabeth Foundation, New York, NY, May 26—June 26

“Sketches,” curated by Sylvia Netzer, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY, April 6—24

“Generation 04,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY, March 2—26

“Creative Space: Fifty Years of Robert Blackburn’s Printmaking Workshop,” featuring artwork from the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Archives and Collection, subsequently on deposit at the Library of Congress


“Making Moves,” A.I.R., June, New York, NY

“Women’s Work,” Southern Graphics Council Conference, Boston, MA, March—April; Trisolini Gallery, Ohio University, Athens, OH, November


“Arcade III,” Surrey Institute of Art & Design, University College, January 18— March 17;

     New Greenham Arts Centre, Berkshire, March 17—April 5;
     London Guildhall University, Barbican Center for the Arts, London, UK, May 13—May 31;
     Levall Gallery, Novosibirsk, Russia, July 4—17;
     Moscow, Russia; online at Almaty, Russia

“Wish You Were Here,” A.I.R. Gallery Members Group Show, New York, NY, June 18—July 13


A.I.R. Group show, New York, NY, June

Arcade III,” University of Glasgow, Scotland, April 9—May 11;
     Greys School of Art, Aberdeen, Scotland, October 1—25


“Digital 2000,” Exhibition of winning artworks selected from an international competition, Central
     Fine Arts Gallery, New York, NY, June 28—July 14; Technology Gallery, New York Hall of Science,
     September 18—November 26; Silicon Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, December 1—30; online at

“Pieces 4,” Gallery 128, curated by Sylvia Netzer, New York, NY, July

“Printed Identity,” American Swedish Historical Museum, Philadelphia, PA

“Turning Points,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY, January 6—22

“Portraits,” curated by Jennifer Cross, Ross School, East Hampton, NY; December—January 31, 2000


“Censorship online,” organizer and curated by Angie Eng, November 18

“Ring of Fire,” curated by Giles Peterson, Auckland, New Zealand, October

“PIECES 3,” curated by Sylvia Netzer, Gallery 128, New York, NY, July

Computer Art Exhibition, curated by Jeff Burden, Columbus State University Art Gallery, Columbus, GA, February 3—26

“A.I.R. Gallery New Work”; A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY January 5—23


The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Rental Gallery; 20th Two-Part

Anniversary Exhibition, Part-One, San Francisco, CA, November 4—25

“Contents and Contexts: Lithography after 200 Years,” International juried and invitational exhibition of contemporary lithographs, Juror Beauvais Lyon, curated by Charles Cohan. Honolulu Printmakers, Academy Art Center, Honolulu, HI, October 4—30

“Memory Walking,” Wellington City Gallery, curated by Roma Potik, Wellington, New Zealand,
October 8—November 29

“Tredje Internationella litografiska Symposiet” (Third Lithography Symposium), Lithographic Academy, Tidaholm, Sweden, July 25—August 9

“Urban Encounters,” A Public Access exhibition, Downstairs at the New Museum, New York

“Godzilla,” Asian American Art Network, and participation in the video. New York, NY, July 16—September

“Mythologies,” Jonkonnu Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY, August 14 —September 4

“PIECES 2” curated by Sylvia Netzer, Gallery 128, New York, NY, July

Bob Blackburn’s Printmaking Workshop 50th Anniversary Benefit Exhibit and Sale, New York, NY, May 2—24

“25 Years of A.I.R, The First Women Artists Cooperative in America,” Curated by Elke

Solomon, Kingsborough Community College Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, February 11— March 25


Faculty Exhibition, The City College of New York, Compton-Goethals Gallery, October 24

“Fermented” Parsons School of Design, Arnold & Sheila Aronson Galleries, NY

Curated by Amy Sadao and Barbara Hunt. October 8November 6

“Teenage Ninja Turtles ...Not,” Parsons School of Design galleries. Organized by Carol Sun, Formerly shown at Reed College, Oregon, and Hawaii. October 8—November 6

“Immigrant Strategies,” Organized by Sam Larson, Raritan Valley Community College Gallery, Fine and Performing Arts Gallery, Somerville, NJ.. October 3—2

“Voices of Color” in conjunction with the publication of Voices of Color, organized by Phoebe Farris. Purdue University Galleries, West Lafayette, Indiana, September 29— November 2

“Contemporary Asian Artists in America,” Mills Pond House Gallery, Smithtown Township Arts Council, St. James, NY, September 7—October 19

“Photography: It’s Not What It Used to Be,” curated by Eleanor Flomenhaft and Lucille Tortora, Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library Gallery, Hewlett, NY, August 27— October 31

“Thirtieth Annual East End Artists Exhibition,” Ashwagh Hall, East Hampton, NY, August

“Kim Chee Extravaganza,” Korean American Museum, Los Angeles, CA, June

Delany Hall Art Collection, Delany Hall, Queens College, City University of New York, Queens, NY, May

“Inside/Out: Japanese and Japanese American Artist Prints,” April 25—July 19

The Printed Image Gallery, Brandywine Workshop, Philadelphia, PA

“New Dialogues: Women Printmakers Invitational 1997” Trustman Art Gallery, Simmons College, Boston, MA, March 18—April 25

Benefit for Robert Blackburn’s Printmaking Workshop, Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, NY, April 2

“Travel Size,” Godzilla sponsored Exhibition, Compton-Goethals Gallery, The City College of New York,  New York, NY, February—March

“Contemporary Japanese and Japanese American Artists Prints from the Brandywine Workshop Collection,”  Parish Gallery, Georgetown, Washington D.C., February

“Arcade II,” University of Brighton, Brighton, England, U.K., January 9 – 30; University of Brighton Gallery, Apr 1–4; the University of Derby, The Atrium, April 11—May 8; Kensington & Chelsea College Art Gallery, London, June 2—August 25; Stoke City Museum &

“And Now. . . New Work” (8 Artists) A.I.R. Gallery, January 2—18, New York, NY

“Exhibition of New Works,” Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper, Mason Gross School of the Arts Galleries, New Brunswick, NJ, January 21—February 1. Lithograph printed by master printer, Eileen Foti


 Faculty Exhibition, The City College of New York, Compton-Goethals Gallery, New York, NY, October

“Cultural Economies,” Drawing Center, New York, NY,(included in an ongoing slide show), March

“Women” s Work” sponsored by A.I.R. at the Arsenal Gallery, New York, NY, “The 3rd Kochi International Triennial Exhibition of Prints,” Ino-cho Paper Museum,

Kochi Japan, March 16—April 21. Color catalog published Honolulu Printmakers 68th Annual Exhibition, Honolulu, HI, February

“Electronic Corpse with Picture Element,” Valencia Community College, Orlando, FL, February 12—March 29

“Japon/Mukashi to Ima” at the Museo de Arte y Diseno Contemporaneo, San Jose, Costa Rica, January

“Eleven at A.I.R.” 1996 Gallery Group Show, January 2—20

“Women of Color in Art: National Juried Exhibition,” Women’s Caucus for Art, Federal Reserve Bank Gallery, Boston, MA, January 29—March 1


Artist as Citizen” American Council for the Arts Exhibition Space, New York, NY, October 30—December 16.  Video-showing December 14

“CODE” Ricco-Maresca Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Roz Dimon, Multimedia piece   “Akira, The Irony of Being American” included.