art from all angles: Indiana University Art Museum
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American Horizons: The Photographs of Art Sinsabaugh

Selected Exhibitions
One-Person Shows:
St. Mary’s College (Indiana), 1959; Art Institute of Chicago, 1963; Indiana University Museum of Art and Maryland Institute, 1964; Gallery 500d (Chicago), 1965; Underground Gallery (NYC), 1970; Carl Siembab Gallery (Boston), 1970; Center for Photographic Studies (Louisville), 1971; Madison Art Center, 1972; Williams College Museum of Art, 1973; Chicago Press Club, 1974; Western Michigan University, 1976; Museum of Modern Art, 1978; Daniel Wolf, Inc. (NYC), 1980; Southwest Missouri State University, 1982; North Dakota Museum of Art, 1983; Daniel Wolf, Inc. (NYC), 1984; Howard Greenberg Gallery (NYC), 2003

Group Shows:
Abstract Photography, American Federation of Arts, 1957-58 (traveled nationally); *The Photographer and the American Landscape, Museum of Modern Art, 1963 (traveled nationally); *Photography 63, George Eastman House, 1963-65 (traveled nationally); *American Photography: The Sixties, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 1966; Mid-West Landscape Photography, Sloan Galleries of American Paintings, Valparaiso University, 1966; *Photography in the Twentieth Century, George Eastman House and National Gallery of Canada, 1967; *Photography U.S.A. ’67, DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts, 1967-68; Callahan, Siegel, Sinsabaugh, Siskind, Exchange National Bank (Chicago), 1968; *Contemporary Photographs, Dickson Art Center, UCLA Art Galleries, 1968; Contemporary Photography Since 1950, George Eastman House, 1968-70 (traveled nationally); *The Camera and the Human Façade, Smithsonian Institution, 1969; *New Photography U.S.A., Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1969-75 (traveled widely in Europe, Latin America, Australia, and New Zealand); *12 x12, Rhode Island School of Design, 1970; Wider View, George Eastman House, 1972; *Photographers: Midwest Invitational, Walker Art Center, 1973-75 (traveled nationally); *Landscape/Cityscape, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1973-74; *The Land: Twentieth Century Landscape Photographs, Victoria and Albert Museum, 1975 (traveled to Scotland, Ireland, and Wales); *Illinois Landscape 1830-1975, Lakeview Center for the Arts and Sciences (Peoria), 1976; 100 Master Photographers, Museum of Modern Art, 1977 (traveled nationally); *Concerning Photography, The Photographers’ Gallery, London, 1977; The Extended Frame, Visual Studies Workshop (Rochester), 1977 (traveled widely in US and Canada); *Panoramic Photography, Grey Gallery, New York University (NYC), 1977; *The Photographer and the City, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, 1977; *Mirrors and Windows: American Photography since 1960, Museum of Modern Art (NYC), 1978-80 (traveled nationally); *Forty American Photographers, Crocker Art Gallery, 1978; *Exhibition of Photographs from the Collection of Sam Wagstaff, Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1978 (traveled nationally); *70’s Wide-View, Dittmar Memorial Gallery, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 1978; *Chicago, the City and its Artists, 1959-1978, University of Michigan Museum of Art, 1978; *Approaches to Photography: A Historical Survey, Amarillo Art Center, 1979; Trends in American Photography Since 1955, organized by Harry Lunn Gallery (Washington), ca. 1978-79 (traveled to Switzerland); *Discovering America: A Tribute to Hugh Edwards, Art Institute of Chicago, 1979; *The New Vision: 40 Years of Photography at the Institute of Design, Light Gallery (NYC), 1980-81 (traveled nationally); *American Landscapes: Photographs from the Collection of the Museum of Modern Art, Museum of Modern Art (NYC), 1981-83 (traveled nationally); *A History of Photography from Chicago Collections, The Art Institute of Chicago; *Counterparts: Form and Emotion in Photographs, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1982-83 (traveled nationally); *Color as Form, International Museum of Photography, George Eastman House and Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1982; *Twentieth-Century Photographs from the Museum of Modern Art, Seibu Museum of Art, Tokyo and University of Hawaii, Honolulu, 1982-83; *An Open Land: Photographs of the Midwest, 1852-1982, Art Institute of Chicago, 1983; *The New Spirit in American Photography, Krannert Art Museum and Bowdoin College, 1986; *On the Art of Fixing a Shadow, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 1989-90 (traveled nationally); Generation & Regeneration: Artists and their Artist Parents, Parkland College Art Gallery, Champaign, 1990 (included work by Elisabeth Sinsabaugh); Three Decades of Midwestern Photography 1960-1990, Davenport Museum of Art, 1992; *An American Century of Photography: From Dry-Plate to Digital, organized by Hallmark Cards, Inc., 1994-97 (traveled nationally and internationally); *Plain Pictures: Images of the American Prairie, University of Iowa Museum of Art, 1996-97 (traveled nationally); *Art in Chicago, 1945-1995, Museum of Contemporary Art, 1996-97; *Taken by Design: Photographs from the Institute of Design, 1937-1971, Art Institute of Chicago, 2002-03 (traveled nationally)
* included catalogue