Solo Exhibitions

HIGH GLITZ: acte2galerie, Paris, France. May 6 to June 10 2010

HIGH GLITZ: Kopeikin Gallery, West Hollywood, California. October 24 to December 24, 2009.

HIGH GLITZ: TORCH Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. January 29 to February 21, 2009.

Group Exhibitions

Still/Moving: Photographs and Video Art from the DeWoody Collection: The DeWoody collection is populated by works that challenge the viewer on an intellectual, emotional, and visceral level; the works take risks and demand a bit of risk from the viewer. Norton Museum of Art, February 6 to May 15, 2016.

HUMBLE ME: This exhibition presented a selection of works, which treated the vast theme of human fragility and isolation. Between romanticism and tragicomedy, the artists offered an ‘off the wall’ examination of the place of the individual in our contemporary world, to throw open the way for debate and argument. aeroplastics Contemporary, Brussels, Belgium. April 23 to June 20, 2015.

L’IMAGE INVISIBLE: As part of the festival “La Novela”, and l’association l’Image Invisible, four photographic artists presented works on shop windows throughout the city of Toulouse, France. Utilizing “augmented reality,” a new exhibition system that allows the viewer to see images via smartphones. October 1 to October 31, 2012

Dangerously Young: The exhibition took the visitor on a journey full of questions. How do artists portray the uncomplicated, sweet child? But also: how do they depict situations in which the child becomes a danger to adults? Museum Dr. Guislain, Gent, Belgium. October 29, 2011 to May 20, 2012

Wicked Twins: Fame and Notoriety. This exhibition looked at work by contemporary artists who explore the notion of fame and the mixed blessings it bestows on its subject. Curator, Anonda Bell. Paul Robeson Galleries at Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey. January 17 to April 19, 2012.

BEING AMERICAN: An exhibition surveying responses by 20 visual artists to some of the most pressing social issues in America today. Curated by Francis Di Tommaso, Visual Arts Gallery, School of Visual Arts, NY. November 22 to December 21, 2011.

BEAUTY CULTURE: A photographic exploration of feminine beauty. The exhibition featured photographs from some of the most highly respected and world-renowned photographers in the beauty and fashion world. The Annenberg Space For Photography. Los Angeles. May 20 to October 20, 2011.

Second Lives: Jeux masqués et autres Je: This exhibition explored Identity issues in a society increasingly dominated by globalization and standardization. Curated by Paul Di Felice, Kevin Muhlen, and Pierre Stiwer. Casino Luxembourg-Forum d’art contemporain. Luxembourg. May 15 to October 11, 2011.

State of Mind: A California Invitational. The Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, California, A celebration of California photography in the 21st century. Twenty-one California photographers were exhibited. Curated by Carol McCusker. February 5 to June 6, 2010.

The Brothel Without Walls. CONTACT: Toronto Photography Festival, University of Toronto Art Center (UTAC). An international group exhibition for CONTACT 2010: Pervasive Influence. In 1964 Marshall McLuhan wrote of the photograph as “the brothel without walls”. This exhibition considered McLuhan’s metaphor within today’s global culture. May 1 to June 13, 2010.

THINK PINK. Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach, Florida. Group exhibition, curated by Beth DeWoody. . February 13 to March 20, 2010.

Women of Women-The Female Form. Taylor de Cordoba Gallery, Los Angeles, California. Curated by Yasmine Mosheni. January 16 to February 20, 2010.

Achtung Baby. A group exhibition at the Gemeente[museum]Helmond The Netherlands. Achtung Baby focused on the following themes: hedonism, the “condition humaine,” adolescence, consumerism and the quest for beauty and glamour. The show featured works from the permanent collection and recent acquisitions from the following artists: Thomas Wrede (D), Jason and Carlos Sanchez (CAN), Susan Anderson (USA) and David Goldbold (UK). June 6 to Sept 9, 2009.

Sexy Time: A Group Effort. This exhibition addressed the multiple ways we filter, confront, and communicate sexuality through humor and satirical means. Humor is often used as a coping mechanism to confront loaded issues such as sex, desire, violence, and politics. Morgan/Lehman Gallery, New York, June 5 to August 8, 2008

Sugar and Spice. An exhibition of color photographs by Susan Anderson, Amy Stevens and Alex Prager. These three contribute their own visual perspectives on our society’s obsessive desire to dress up, decorate and dramatize. Curated by Anne Palleson, Photographic Center NW, Seattle, Washington, May 2 to 28, 2008.

HEF. This group exhibition explored the legacy of Hugh Hefner and Playboy magazine. Curated by Christopher Pate, Jail Gallery, Los Angeles, March 29 to May 3, 2008.

EGO. A Study in Portraiture. Part 01: Photography. Works by Susan Anderson, Heather Cantrell, Eduardo Consuegra, Leigh Ledare, Peter Lograsso, Samantha Magowan, Steven Schkolne and Carrie Yury. Jail Gallery, Los Angeles. August 25 to September 22, 2007.

From Steel to Flesh. On the occasion of Gary, Indiana, hosting the Miss America Beauty Pageant, the University of Indiana concurrently featured an exhibition addressing Maleness today. Curated by Lisa Wainwright, Professor of Art History and Criticism, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. (2001).

PINK! An exhibition that addressed the implications of the color Pink as interpreted by a variety of female artists. Jean Albano Gallery, Chicago, Illinois. Curated by Lisa Wainwright, Professor of Art History and Criticism, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. (1997)