SOLO SHOWS
2015 Fairleigh Dickinson University, College Art Gallery, Teaneck, New Jersey
2013 Maine Art Gallery, Wiscasset, Maine
2013 Princeton University, Bernstein Gallery, Princeton, New Jersey
2010 Boricua College, New York, New York
2003 Office of State Senator Eric T. Schneiderman, New York, New York
1997 Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Central Florida, Maitland, Florida
1995 The Rockland Center for Holocaust Studies,
N.Y., Spring Valley, New York
1982 Alternative Space at Westbroadway Gallery,
New York, New York
   
GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2016 EARTH SOS, Flomenhaft Gallery, New York, New York
2016 Center for Maine Contemporary Art 2016 Biennial, Rockland, Maine
2015 "Invitational", Lesley Heller Gallery, New York, New York
2014 "Women Only", Flomenhaft Gallery, New York, New York
2013 "Women Call for Peace: Global Vistas", Anya & Andrew Shiva Gallery New York, New York
2013 "Petroleum Paradox", Narrows Center for the Arts, Fall River, Massachusetts
2012 "Artists On The Stump", Bunker Hill Community College, Boston, Massachusetts
2012 "Context", Barnard's Kraft Center, New York, New York
2012 "Petroleum Paradox", Denise Bibro Gallery, New York, New York
2012 Red October Chocolate Factory, Moscow, Russia
2011 "Invitational", Leslie Heller Gallery, New York, New York
2011 "No Comment", Nexus, New York, New York
2011 "The 9 -11 Decade: Fourteen Artists Remember", Westbeth Gallery Annex, New York New York
2011 "Loft in the Red Zone", House of JP Morgan, New York New York
2010 "Hidden and Homeless", The London Jewish Museum Of Art, London, England
2009 Raandesk Gallery, New York, New York
2008 "Dance of the Doomed" Puffin Room Gallery, New York, New York
"5 Years: Artists Reflect on the War in Iraq" Java Street Studios, Brooklyn, New York
  "In The Beginning", The Women's Museum, Dallas, Texas
2007 "The Square Foot Show", Art Gotham, New York, New York
2006 Maine Art Gallery, Wiscasset, Maine
2005 "A Closer Look: Realities of Our Times," Pierro Gallery, South Orange, New Jersey
2005 "Tikkun Olam: To Repair the World," Makor, New York, New York
2004 "War, Peace and Civil Liberties", Berkeley Art Center, California
2004 2004 Westport Arts Center, Westport, Connecticut
2002 Hatikvah Holocaust Education & Resource Center, Springfield, Massachusetts
2002 The Puffin Room, "War" New York, New York
2002 "Reflections on the Holocaust," Manhattan Borough President’s Office, New York, New York
2002 The Ohio State University Hillel, Columbus Ohio
2002 Exit Art, "Reactions", New York, New York
2001 Boothbay Region Art Foundation, Boothbay Harbor, Maine
2001 New Century Artists, Inc, "Reflections on the Holocaust," New York, New York
1999 Red Chair Gallery, MO. "Tackling Meaning: The Curator’s Playbook" Kansas City, Missouri
1997 Butler Institute of American Art, 61st Annual Midyear Exhibition, Youngstown, Ohio
1993 Limner Gallery, N.Y.C. — "Highlights ‘93" New York, New York
1987 55 Mercer Street Gallery, New York, New York
1984 Westbroadway Gallery, New York, New York
1983 Westbroadway Gallery, New York, New York
1977 National Arts Club, New York, New York
   
AWARDS
1995 Who’s Who of American Women
1988 Who’s Who Among Young American Professionals
1977 Purchase Prize, Art Students League, New York, New York
   
BIBLIOGRAPHY

M. Annenberg featured in March issue of Origins Magazine, issue # 23: 100 Top Creatives.

Dan Bischoff, "Princeton Exhibit takes on what passes for Journalism in Today's World
The Star-Ledger, Dec. 23, 2012

Ilene Dube, "The Decline of Journalism Portrayed in Princeton Art Exhibit",
 The Artful Blogger, newsworks.org

Project Censored 2014,
Seven Stories Press

London Jewish Cultural Center,
 www.theholocaustexplained.org

Certain Circuits, Volume 2.1, 2012, page 5

Drew, Constance (2011) Spotlight on Success: Marcia Annenberg, NY Women's Business Examiner, Sept. 15

Swartz, Anne, (2011) Loft in the Red Zone. Artists Commemorate 9/ 11. Art Fairs Intl., NY issue #15.

Ann Lauterbach, "What is a Day?", The Brooklyn Rail, March, 2006,
P. 53

Dan Bishoff, "Putting Social Consciousness To Canvas", The Star
Ledger, June 3-9, 2005
Ori Z. Soltes, "The Ashen Rainbow: Essays on the Arts and the Holocaust", University Press of America
"The Private Life of a Masterpiece III"
Episode Title: "The Third of May"
A Fulmar Production for BBC 2 & BBC Worldwide

"The Holocaust and Other Genocides: History, Representation, Ethics"
Edited by Helmut W. Smith, Vanderbilt University Press

Encyclopedia of the Holocaust, Volume #1, page 12. ABC-CLIO
Cynthia Brody "Bittersweet Legacy", University Press of America
Heather Lustfeldt "The Exhibit as Art Clinic at Red Chair"
Review: New
Features and Art in Kansas City, Vol.2, No.2, January. 2000
Dorit Cohen, "Will There Be A New World Order?"
Hadoar Magazine, April 28, 1995
Laura Stewart, "From Terror, Terrifying Images"
Orlando Weekly, January 2-8, 1997
Richard H. Gleick, "Artist Brings Stark Reality into Focus at HMREC Exhibit" The Heritage, February 28, 1997
   

COLLECTIONS

Art Students League

Boricua College

Florida Holocaust Museum, St. Petersburg.

The Art Museum at Yad Vashem, Israel
Vilna Gaon Jewish State Museum, Lithuania
London Jewish Museum of Art, London
The Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Dr. Stephen Feinstein
The Rockland Center for Holocaust Studies, Spring Valley, New York
Bob Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, New York, New York
Christopher Monahan, New York, New York
   
EDUCATION
Art Students League of New York ’77-’82
New York University, M.A. 1982

City College of New York, B.A. 1972

M.Annenberg’s current paintings, sculpture, installations & videos focus on under-reported stories in American media: from 9/ 11, to climate change, to the loss of our constitutional protections. A new form of propaganda, which leaves the viewer perplexed, is the absence of critical data, in major media outlets, affecting one’s ability to comprehend contemporary experience, almost invisible to the public eye.

M. Annenberg was invited to speak at Princeton University’s
Bernstein Gallery, in conjunction with her exhibit, News/ Not News. Her panel at Flomenhaft Gallery, entitled, Art, Activism and Global Warming included Dr. Gavin Schmidt, Director, NASA, Goddard Institute for Space Studies. Her talks have been recorded and are available for viewing on her web-site.

M. Annenberg has been featured in solo and group exhibitions in museums and galleries throughout the United States, including Flomenhaft Gallery, NYC, the Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio; the Red Chair Gallery in Kansas City, Missouri, The Pierro Gallery of South Orange, New Jersey, Princeton University’s Bernstein Gallery, Princeton, New Jersey and the Women’s Museum in Dallas, Texas.

M. Annenberg’s paintings are in the permanent collections of the London Jewish Museum of Art, England; the Yad Vashem Art Museum in Jerusalem, Israel; the Vilna Gaon Jewish State Museum in Vilnius, Lithuania and the Florida Holocaust Museum, St. Petersburg,USA.

M. Annenberg’s artwork is discussed in the BBC documentary The Private Life of a Masterpiece III in the episode “The Third of May”, which examines the history, significance and contemporary resonance of Goya’s influence. Images of her work have been published as cover art for The Holocaust and Other Genocides: History, Representation, Ethics edited by Helmut Walser Smith (Vanderbilt University Press) and Project Censored, 2014, edited by Mickey Huff and Andy Lee Roth (Seven Stories Press).

M. Annenberg studied at the Art Students League with Isaac Soyer and Robert Beverly Hale and later received an M.A. in Studio Art from New York University.

M. Annenberg has been currently named by ORIGIN Magazine as one of the top 100 Creative Artists of 2015 in North America.

 

Contact: m.annenberg@att.net