selected exhibitions

2016

• The Museum of Modern Art, CALL HER APPLEBROOG, Doc Fortnight

2015

• Hamilton College, EXPOSED, NY
• Orebro Film Festival, EXPOSED, Sweden
• Silo Festival, VORTEX, Basel, Switzerland
• Ystad Konstmuseum, STIGMATA, Ystad, Sweden
• Brooklyn Academy of Music, VORTEX
• Fashion Institute of Technology, EXPOSED, NYC
• Soho House, EXPOSED, NYC
• Dortmund Film Festival, DOMINATRIX SLEEPS TONIGHT, Germany
• Indiana State University, visiting filmmaker, EXPOSED, Bloomfield

2014

• The Museum of Modern Art, EXPOSED, Modern Mondays, NYC
• Galway Film Fleadh, EXPOSED, Ireland
• Lausanne Film Festival, Film Retrospective, Switzerland
• Pittsburgh Filmmakers, EXPOSED, PA
• Creative Coalition, EXPOSED, Baltimore, MD
• ICA Theater, EXPOSED, London
• IFC Center, EXPOSED, NYC
• Kulturhuset Komedianten, STIGMATA, Varberg, Sweden • Internationales Frauenfilmfestival, EXPOSED, Koln • Dortmund Theater, EXPOSED, Germany
• Wexner Center for the Arts, EXPOSED, Columbus, OH
• Cleveland Cinematheque, EXPOSED, OH
• Montclair Film Festival, EXPOSED, NJ
• Lake Worth Playhouse, EXPOSED, FL
• Spectacle Theater, Beth B mini-retrospective, Brooklyn
• Gene Siskel Film Center, EXPOSED, Chicago
• Northwest Film Forum, EXPOSED, Seattle
• Real Art Ways, EXPOSED, Hartford
• International House, EXPOSED, Philadelphia
• Concordia University, Cinema Politica, EXPOSED, Montreal

2013
• Museum of Modern Art, Designing Modern Women, THE DOMINATRIX SLEEPS TONIGHT, NYC
• DOC NYC Film Festival, EXPOSED, NYC
• Nuremberg Int’l Human Rights Film Festival, EXPOSED
• This human world, Human Rights Film Festival, EXPOSED, Austria
• Berlin Int’l Film Festival, EXPOSED, Germany
• Taiwan Women Make Waves Film Festival, EXPOSED
• Helsinki Film Festival, EXPOSED, Finland
• Moscow Film Festival, EXPOSED, Russia
• Sydney Film Festival, EXPOSED, Australia
• Festival du Nouveau Cinema du Montreal, EXPOSED, Canada
• Kortfilmfestivalen, EXPOSED, Norway
• Mix Copenhagen, EXPOSED, Denmark
• Tel Aviv LGBT Film Festival, EXPOSED, Israel
• Planette Film Festival, EXPOSED, Poland
• Sziget Film Festival, EXPOSED, Hungary
• Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, “G-MAN”

2012

• Museum of Modern Art, Permanent Collection, Selected Works from the Contemporary Galleries: 1980–Now, “The Dominatrix Sleeps Tonight”
• Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery, Hunter College, Times Square Show Revisited, Film screening, “The Offenders”.
• Museum of Arts and Design, No Wave Festival, “Black Box”.
• Institute of Contemporary Art, London, “Stigmata”.

2011

• Museum of Modern Art, Film screening, “Belladonna”.
• Mostra Internacional de Films, “Black Box”, “Letters to Dad”, Barcelona.
• Hebbel am Ufer, short films, Berlin.

2010

• Tate Museum, Film screenings, London.
• Danish Film Institute, “Vortex”. • Vienna Film Museum, Film screenings.
• Oberhausen Film Festival, Artist Panel & film screenings.
• Visible Vagina, David Nolan Gallery, Group show.

2009

• Museum of Modern Art, Looking at Music, Side 2, “The Dominatrix Sleeps Tonight”, “The Offenders”, ”G-MAN”, video.
• Paul Robeson Gallery, Hysteria, video.
• ABC No Rio, “Black Box”, film.

2008

• Filmforum im Museum Ludwig, “Visiting Desire”, Cologne, Germany.
• Paris Film Festival, Combat Rock, “Black Box” and “The Offenders”.
• Brooklyn Academy of Music, BAM Cinematek, “Black Box”.

2007

• Palazzo delle Arti Napoli, Italy, “Bellezza Pericolosa”, sculpture.
• Chelsea Art Museum, NYC, “Dangerous Beauty”, sculpture.
• Two one-hour documentaries broadcast on Court TV, “The Black Widower” and “Family Secrets”.
• One 15-minute pilot for the series, “”Positive ID: The Case Files of Anthony Falsetti”, broadcast on Court TV

2006

• One one-hour documentary broadcast on Court TV, “Pattern of Deception”.

2005

• One one-hour documentary broadcast on Court TV, “Death of a Rising Star”.

2004 • One one-hour documentary broadcast on Court TV, “A Daughter’s Love”. • Various segments for Sundance Channel

2003

• Television series broadcast on TLC, “Crime Scene Uncovered”.
• Two short segments on Egg the Arts Show, “Close to Home” and “Breasts”.

2002

• Television series broadcast on TLC, “Crime Scene Uncovered”.
• One one-hour documentary broadcast on Court TV, “Badge of Dishonor”.

2001

• One-hour documentary broadcast on Court TV, “An Unlikely Terrorist”.
• Segments broadcast on Sundance Channel’s “AfterEffects”.
• Hayward Gallery, “Hysteria”, video installation, part of the “Spectacular Bodies”, exhibition, London.
• Rotterdam Film Festival, “Breathe In/Breathe Out”, documentary film section, Holland.
• Toronto Festival of Festivals, “Breathe In/Breathe Out”, documentary film section.
• Pioneer Theater, “Visiting Desire”, “The Offenders”, “Trap Door”, NYC.

2000

• Segments broadcast on HBO’s “Nerve.com”.
• Segments broadcast on PBS’s EGG: The Arts Show, “Breasts”, “Close to Home” and “Ida Applebroog”

1999

• Visionaire & Deitch Projects at Visionaire Gallery, "Monuments", NYC.
• Smack Mellon Studios, Brooklyn, NY.
• Torch Gallery, "Pin-ups and Portraits", Amsterdam, Holland, photos.
• Museum of Modern Art, "The Offenders", NYC, film.
• Long Beach Museum of Art, "Voices Unheard", Long Beach , CA, film.
• Roxie Cinema, "Voices Unheard", San Francisco, CA, film.
• Film Center, "Voices Unheard", Chicago, IL, film.
• Berks Filmmakers, "Voices Unheard", Reading, PA, film.

1998

• Museum of Modern Art, NY, “Voices Unheard”, Documentary Film Series.
• Walter Reade, Lincoln Center, NY, “Voices Unheard”, Image Innovators Series.
• Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts/International House, Pa, “Voices Unheard”.
• Grand Arts, Kansas City, MO. “Monuments”, Photos & Sculpture.

1997

• Brooklyn Academy of Music, PS122, NY, Artists in Action, Next Wave Festival, “Take My Breath Away”, Theater production.
• Jeffery Deitch Gallery, NY, “Portraits & Playthings” with publication, Photos & Sculpture.
• Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro, NC, “Trophies”, “A Holy Experiment”, Sculpture.
• Bayly Museum, “A Holy Experiment”, Charlottesville, VA.
• Johnson Museum, “Playthings”, Ithaca, NY.
• European Media Arts Festival, “Under Lock and Key”, Osnabruck, Germany.
• Foro Artistico, “Under Lock and Key”, Hannover, Germany.
• Berlin Film Festival, “Visiting Desire”, feature film selected for Panorama.
• Cinema Village, “Visiting Desire”, New York theatrical premiere.

1996

• Toronto Film Festival, “Visiting Desire”, feature film selected for Contemporary World Cinema.
• Gemeentemuseum (sponsored by World Wide Video Center), Den Haag, “Under Lock and Key” Installation.
• Podewil (sponsored by the Neue Gesellschaft fur Bildenden Kunst), Berlin, “Under Lock and Key”, Installation.
• Laurent Delaye Gallery, London, “Trophies”, sculpture.
• Ritzy Cinema, “Two Small Bodies”, “Salvation!”, films, London.
• National Film Theater, “Recent Films and Tapes”, London.

1995

• PPOW Gallery, New York, NY, “Trophies”, sculpture.
• Crosby Street Project, New York, NY, “Out of Sight/Out of Mind”, multi-media installation.
• Anthology Film Archives, New York, “Beth B: Film/Video Retrospective”.
• Temple Gallery, Philadelphia, “Out of Sight/Out of Mind”. (catalogue)

1994

• Santa Monica MoArt, CA. “Under Lock and Key” & “Amnesia”, Installations.
• Quad Cinema, NY, + 12 city theatrical release, “Two Small Bodies”
• New Langton Arts, San Francisco, “Amnesia”, video, painting & photographic installation.
• New Television, “Stigmata”, Broadcast Nationally.
• ZDF TV & Arte TV, “Two Small Bodies” & “High Heel Nights.”

1993

• Wexner Center for the Arts, OH, “Under Lock and Key”, “Amnesia,” Installations.
• International Center of Photography, New York, “Under Lock and Key,” installation.
• Nouveau Cinema de Montreal, Canada, “Beth B: Film/Video Retrospective.”

1992

• Museum of Modern Art, New York, “Cineprobe/Video Viewpoints”
• “Day of Hope”, Public Art Project, Installation bilingual newspaper throughout Manhattan.
• Pacific Film Archives, San Francisco, CA. “Stigmata”, “Thanatopsis”, “Belladonna”.
• Danish Film Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark, “Salvation!”, “Thanatopsis”, “Stigmata”, “Belladonna”.
• P.O.V., WNET TV, Broadcast of “Stigmata”.
• The Kitchen, NYC, "Thanatopsis".

1991

• Film/Video Tour, Germany and Holland. Twelve Cities.
• 291 Gallery, New York. “Amnesia”, paintings, photos, silkscreens.
• Nucleo Dos Cineastas Independentes, Lisbon, Portugal, “Beth B: Film & Video Retrospective.
• Hallwalls, Buffalo, NY, Video works.
• UCLA Film Archive, Los Angeles, CA. “Salvation!”, “Thanatopsis”.
• The Kitchen, New York. “Belladonna”, “Thanatopsis”.

1990

• Creative Time CityWide, Public Art Project, “Surgeon General's Warning”.
• Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX. “Belladonna”. Curated by Marilyn Zeitlin.
• New Television, “Belladonna”. Broadcast Nationally.

1989

• Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, NYC, video, "Belladonna".

1987

• Bleecker Street Cinema, NYC, theatrical premiere of "Salvation!"
• NuArt Theater, LA, "Salvation!"
• Theatrical tour in U.S. and Europe, "Salvation!"

1985

• Pravda, NYC, video, "The Dominatrix Sleeps Tonight".

1983

• Waverly Theater, NYC, theatrical premiere, "Vortex".
• Theatrical tour in U.S. and Europe, "Vortex".

1981

• Bleecker Street Cinema, NYC, "The Trap Door" and retrospective.
• Film Forum, LA, "The Trap Door"
• Pittsburgh Filmmakers, PA, "The Offenders".

1980

• Film Forum, NYC, theatrical premiere, "The Offenders".
• Cinematheque, SF, "The Offenders".
• Carnegie Institute, "The Offenders".
• Max's Kansas City, NYC, film series, "The Offenders".
• Club 82, NYC, "The Offenders".

1979

• Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT, "Black Box", "G-Man", "Letters to Dad".
• Hallwalls, Buffalo, NY, "Black Box", "G-Man".
• CBGB's, NYC, "Black Box".
• Hurrah, NYC, "Black Box".
• Max's Kansas City, NYC, "Black Box", "Letters to Dad".
• SO 86, Berlin, "Black Box", "G-Man", "Letters to Dad".
• Heavy, Rotterdam, "Black Box".

1978

• Artist's Space, NYC, installation, "Beth B".
• 598 Studio, NYC, performance with Scott B.
• NYC Streets, performance with Charles Moulton.

1977

• OK Harris Gallery, NYC, installation, "The Raw and the Cooked".
• Stedelijk Museum, Holland, performance/installation, "The Raw and the Cooked".